Highly Flexible, Fire Resistant HybridSil Foams for Next Generation Fireproofing, Insulation, and Energy Absorption NASA Applications, Phase I

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The objective of this Phase I STTR program is to adapt NanoSonic's HybridSil[HTML_REMOVED] nanocomposite technology for the creation of next generation highly flexible, fire resistant foams capable of extended operational lifetimes within demanding aerospace platforms. Phase I optimized nanocomposite foams would have immediate utility within a broad spectrum NASA applications as non-halogenated fire proofing, insulative, de-icing, and energy absorptive materials with tailorable breathabilities.

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