Energetics

Refers to the scientific study of energy under transformation for defense systems and military applications.

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DSIAC Winter 2019: Volume 6 Number 1
Note: Shipping limited to the US only. As an extension to our regular operations, the DSIAC Basic Center of Operation (BCO) has conducted 58 externally-funded efforts to...
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January 14, 2019 | Source: Defense Systems, defensesystems.com, matt leonard, 5 september 2018
Even as drone technology advances, power constraints limit the amount of equipment unmanned systems can carry, as well as the time they can stay in the air. Some drone systems,...
January 14, 2019 | Source: TECH BRIEFS TV, techbriefs.com, IEEE spectrum, 23 March 2018
Inspired by the electric eel, researchers from the University of Fribourg in Switzerland have developed 3D-printed hydrogels that could generate up to 110 volts of electricity in...
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15 January 2019
January 13, 2019 | Source: War on the Rocks, warontherocks.com, 14 Mar 2018
Three thousand two hundred and sixty-nine. This was the number of companies to graduate from more than 170 different accelerators across the United States and Canada in 2016...
Are there any 3D-printing explosives material properties available or organizations involved in this research? DSIAC was asked for publications and information relating...
December 17, 2018 | Source: National Defense, nationaldefensemagazine.org, Stew Magnuson , 30 August 2018
ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. — Fuel cells using methanol may finally be making inroads with the Army after years of research and development. Berry Ferry, power division chief at...
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Join us for a live webinar presentation on "Purpose-built UAS Powerplants for Today’s Mission Objectives!" Adapting the proper engine to align with the operational...
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Wednesday, March 27, 2019 - 12:00pm to 12:45pm
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Webinar
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18 December 2018
December 3, 2018 | Source: Rice University, news.rice.edu, Mike Williams, 14 June 2018
Rice University scientists have developed a simple way to produce conductive, three-dimensional (3D) objects made of graphene foam. The squishy solids look and feel something like...