Naval Undersea Warfare Center – Newport Division
The Naval Undersea Warfare Center – Newport Division provides research, development, test and evaluation, engineering, and fleet support capabilities for submarines, autonomous underwater systems, and offensive and defensive undersea weapon systems, integrating existing and emerging technologies in support of undersea warfare.
Measuring fluid flow velocity with synthetic aperture radar
Imaging complex 3-D flow fields with high seeding densities and partial occlusions
Undersea vehicle launch and recovery system
Lightweight, containerized, inflatable, for quick and easy deployment and retrieval
Crowfoot Torque Wrench Adapter for Tight Spaces
Properly torque small connections in tight spaces
Innovative Beam Design for Fiber Laser Accelerometer Vector...
A small, high sensitivity, fiber laser accelerometer vector sensor featuring an innovative lever arm beam enabling sensitivity at the hundreds of femtostrain level
Conformal Broadband Dielectric Measurement Probe
Field portable and ruggedized broadband dielectric measurement device
Super Directional Array Gratings for Acoustic Sensors
An accoustic sensor that achieves enhanced directivity gain by creating a means to generating shorter wavelenght replicas of the original signal
Relaxor Ferroelectric Single Crystal Transducers
Transducer technology to generate high source levels across wide bandwidth from compact source
Tunable Energy Harvesting Devices and Sensors
Platform technology for mechanical and thermal energy harvesting devices
Altite No Chrome Metal Finishing Technologies
A metal finishing conversion coating, etching, and primer technology that does not use chromates and was demonstrated on a small scale
Performance-Tailored Woven Fabric Technologies for Enhanced Dynamic Energy...
Fabric architectures to improve the performance, survivability, damage tolerance, and dynamic energy absorption of woven fiber in a broad array of applications