Entries by Dmitri Tsentalovich

DexMat Awarded Phase I SBIR: Lightweight CNT Shielded Cables for Space Applications

Abstract: The effects of electromagnetic interactions in electrical systems are of growing concern due to the increasing susceptibility of system components to electromagnetic interference (EMI), use of automated electronic systems, and pollution of the electromagnetic environment (EME) with electromagnetic emissions. The effects of EMI can be detrimental to electronic systems utilized in space missions; even […]

DexMat Awarded Phase I SBIR: High-Temperature Electric Wires

Abstract: Electric wires and cables constitute by far the largest weight portion of aircraft electrical power systems, as well as a large fraction of the entire aircraft weight. For example, a modern transport aircraft contains over 200 miles of wire, and an F-22 aircraft has about 20 miles of wiring. The increased emphasis and reliance […]

DexMat Awarded Phase I SBIR: High Conductivity CNT Wiring for High Speed Data Cables

Abstract: In an era of reduced Defense budgets and increasing threats, military planners are seeking new technologies to reduce operating costs and increase operation capabilities for space and aviation platforms, and weight reduction is an attractive target. For example, transportation costs to geosynchronous orbits using a NASA reusable launch vehicle are close to $10,000 per […]