Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division
The Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division is dedicated to research and engineering; test and evaluation; weapons and weapon systems; weapons platform integration; system-of-systems integration; electronic warfare; energetics; survivability/vulnerability/lethality; and modeling and simulation.
Ideally suited to check radio frequency diodes and identifying matched diodes for use in superheterodyne receivers
Reusable and environmentally benign conductive polymer appliqué coating
Based on a gecko's footpad, the coating eliminates the need for hazardous methods of paint removal and maintains effective corrosion inhibition
High-density fuels from renewable alcohols
Net heats of combustion (NHOC) 20% higher than JP-10 which can be generated from sustainable alcohol feedstocks are ideal for volume-limited aircraft such as...
Electromagnetic shield enhancement for visible and infrared cameras
Novel approach modifies the transmitted wave around the shield instead of modifying the shield itself
High-energy density fuels
Net heats of combustion 20 percent higher than JP-10 and can be generated from renewable and sustainable alcohol feedstocks
Energy harvesting footwear using solenoids
Placed in the sole of a shoe, this device uses magnetic induction to produce and store energy useful for small electronics
Dynamic Mission Re-planning Tool for ideal placement of...
Display formats aid the electronic warfare aircrew in assessing the effectiveness of a given jamming scheme and assists in projecting an optimum flight path...
High-performance jet and diesel fuels from renewable isoprene
Combination of an oligomerization catalyst with a metathesis catalyst allows for the synthesis of high-density cyclic fuels with performance advantages over conventional petroleum-based fuels
Renewable fuels and lubricants
23 issued US patents; 5 US applications; and 9 international filings
Mechanism for coupling and aligning cylinders
Modular angular alignment clocking mechanism (MAACM) allows the angular position of a guidance kit's control surfaces to be clocked to a desired orientation relative...
Screw-like construction allows for repeated fluctuation between the minimum and maximum inductance