Naval Surface Warfare Center – Carderock Division
The Naval Surface Warfare Center – Carderock Division’s unique laboratories, modeling and simulation facilities, at-sea-assets and large-scale, land-based engineering and test sites specialize in design and integration technology; environmental quality systems; hull forms and propulsors; structures and materials; signatures and silencing systems; and vulnerability and survivability systems.
Cable fairing for reduced hydrodynamic vibration and drag
Chevron ribbon design is especially effective for acute tow angles
Self-optimizing hybrid power system
Increases system performance by reducing liquid fuel consumption and improving renewable source energy generation
Large area magnetic flux sensor
High sensitivity, dynamic range, and noise immunity in a device that detects normal static and dynamic flux through a large area
Advanced complex ceramics
Complex shape-ability chromium diboride--aluminum oxide components manufactured with pressureless sintering
Tool for the removal of a cable jacket
Accommodates practically any cable diameter and jacket type while offering accurate and reliable cutting results
Recharging an unmanned aerial system (UAS) from a...
Inductive charging device that generates a charging current by utilizing the electromagnetic field emanated by overhead power lines
Improved explosive blast shield
Highly effective defensive barrier against ground level explosions
Data integration from legacy systems onto a simple...
Integration of disparate data onto a tablet speeds analysis and decision making
A propulsor that produces a slipstream and a twisted rudder pair that is placed adjacent to the slipstream diameter, to avoid cavitation
Centrifugal Casting Improved Aluminum Engine Cylinders
Centrifugal casting of aluminum engine cylinders increased metal hardness while mitigating strength losses