- Press Release
- Nov 26, 2022
NASA Technology Opportunity: Multicomponent Point Interferometric Rayliegh Mie Doppler Velocimeter
Synopsis – Jul 30, 2012
Solicitation Number: TTO1022
Posted Date: Jul 30, 2012
FedBizOpps Posted Date: Jul 30, 2012
Recovery and Reinvestment Act Action: No
Original Response Date: Dec 31, 2012
Current Response Date: Dec 31, 2012
Classification Code: 99 — Miscellaneous
NAICS Code: 927110
Contracting Office Address
NASA/Langley Research Center, Mail Stop 12, Industry Assistance Office, Hampton, VA 23681-0001
NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, VA solicits interest from companies interested in obtaining license rights to commercialize, manufacture and market the following technology. License rights may be issued on an exclusive or nonexclusive basis and may include specific fields of use.
NASA Langley has a new technique for analyzing velocity components, temperature, and density of supersonic and hypersonic aerodynamic and combustion flows. By combining a unique direct view, signal-enhanced interferometric system with Rayleigh scattering detection, the NASA velocimeter can instantaneously measure two orthogonal flow velocity components with high temporal and spatial resolution. By detecting the Doppler shift of Rayleigh effects within the flow, the NASA approach–unlike commercial Doppler velocimetry systems–does not require particle seeding, enabling a simpler and improved measurement. The developmental and patent pending velocimetry system has been successfully demonstrated in a variety of prototype and advanced working systems in laboratory and wind tunnel facilities.
To express interest in this opportunity, please respond to Sean Sullivan, Research Triangle International (RTI), at: NASA Langley Research Center, Strategic Relationships Office (SRSO), 17 West Taylor St., Mail Stop 218, Building 1212, Room 110 Hampton, Virginia, E-mail: Sean.D.Sullivan@NASA.gov, or phone: 757-864-5055. Please indicate the date and title of the FBO notice and include your company and contact information. For more information about licensing other NASA-developed technologies, please visit the NASA Technology Transfer Portal at http://technology.nasa.gov/ .
RTI is responsible for aggregating and acknowledging all responses. These responses are provided to members of NASA Langley’s Innovative Partnerships Office within the Office of Strategic Analysis and Business Development (OSACB) for the purpose of promoting public awareness of NASA-developed technology products, and conducting preliminary market research to determine public interest in and potential for future licensing opportunities. If direct licensing interest results from this posting, OSACB will follow the required formal licensing process of posting in the Federal Register. No follow-on procurement is expected to result from responses to this Notice.
Point of Contact
Name: Sean Sullivan
Title: Technology Transfer Liaison