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Fabrication of CMC Preforms and Mini Composites Requester

  Brookpark Road Cleveland, OH United States — National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Glenn Research Center
Published September 7, 2016 — Deadline September 14, 2016 (a year ago)
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Notice type
Prior notice
GRC placed sole-source Purchase Order NNC15MF87P with University of Connecticut in September, 2015, and the work was recently completed. As a result of that work, the vendor demonstrated the Chemical Vapor Infiltration capability that NASA needs for fabrication of Ceramic Matrix Composites. It is therefore in the best interest of the Government to again conduct this procurement on a sole-source basis with the University of Connecticut, which will allow NASA GRC to use the processing capability they have to conduct research that will advance the capabilities of these high temperature aircraft engine materials. Fabrication of CMC Preforms and Mini-Composites by Chemical Vapor Infiltration Statement of Work Use CVI reactor to conduct the following tasks:1. Fabricate thirty six (36) "mini-composites" of 6-inch length by Chemical Vapor Infiltration of Super Sylramic-iBN fiber tows to be provided by NASA. 2. Fabricate thirty six (36) "mini-composites" of 6-inch length by Chemical Vapor Infiltration of Hi-Nicalon-S fiber tows to be provided by NASA. 3. Fabricate five (5) SiC/SiC composite preforms (each of approximate dimension 6x6 inches) by infiltrating 2-D Sylramic-iBN fiber cloth with BN and SiC by Chemical Vapor Infiltration. Assumptions:• NASA will provide:- Super Sylramic-iBN fiber tows for Task 1 - Hi-Nicalon-S fiber tows for Task 2 - Sylramic-iBN fiber cloth for Task 3• For all tasks, the CVI process will include an initial 0.5-µm BN fiber coating, followed by SiC infiltration of the BN-coated tow or cloth• The objective for mini-composite infiltration (Tasks 1 and 2) is less than 10% porosity • The objective for composite preform infiltration (Task 3) is 30% open porosity (volume %)

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DATE
0907
YEAR
16
AGENCY
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
OFFICE
Glenn Research Center
LOCATION
Office of Procurement
ZIP
44135
CLASSCOD
A
NAICS
541712
OFFADD
NASA/Glenn Research Center
SUBJECT
Fabrication of CMC Preforms and Mini Composites Requester
SOLNBR
NNC16600107Q
RESPDATE
091416
ARCHDATE
09152016
CONTACT
Jason Siewert, Contract Officer, Phone 2164332916, Email jason.r.siewert@nasa.gov
DESC
GRC placed sole-source Purchase Order NNC15MF87P with University of Connecticut in September, 2015, and the work was recently completed. As a result of that work, the vendor demonstrated the Chemical Vapor Infiltration capability that NASA needs for fabrication of Ceramic Matrix Composites. It is therefore in the best interest of the Government to again conduct this procurement on a sole-source basis with the University of Connecticut, which will allow NASA GRC to use the processing capability they have to conduct research that will advance the capabilities of these high temperature aircraft engine materials. Fabrication of CMC Preforms and Mini-Composites by Chemical Vapor Infiltration
URL
https://www.fbo.gov/spg/NASA/GRC/OPDC20220/NNC16600107Q/listing.html
SETASIDE
N/A

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