An improved process to repair cracks in the upper structure of MRAP Cougar CAT I/II will reduce the cost and schedule associated with the current method.
An improved isolation process for fasteners on Navy vessels will provide better protection against galvanic corrosion and reduce repair costs.
Application of a device to mitigate sensitization in aluminum structures will be less labor intensive than the current remove and replace process.
The TCMW is designed to provide a means for shipboard maintenance of the cable between the RMMV and the towed minehunting sonar system.
The project results reduce time, labor, and rework associated with sonar dome fabrication.
Improved abrasive technologies would allow shipbuilders to remove material faster, resulting in construction cost savings.
Improving the manufacturability and installation of weapons magazine C-channels will reduce labor and costs.
Tools developed under this project will reduce labor as well as health and safety issues associated with shipboard cable pulling.
A modified debond detector will support SHT inspection operations at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard.
The automation/mechanization of pipe fabrication processes for shipboard applications will improve quality and reduce costs on multiple naval platforms.