Appendix D

Preliminary Outlines of Panel Reports

Structural and Multifunctional Materials Panel Report

  1. Summary

  2. Introduction

    1. Scope of Study

    2. Inputs to the Panel

    3. DOD Systems Needs Addressed by the Panel

    4. Rationale for Panel Report Structure

  1. Lighter, Stiffer, Stronger Materials for Space and Aerospace Structures

  2. High-Temperature Materials for Propulsion and Reentry Vehicles

  3. Smart Materials—Multifunctionality

  4. Mobility Materials—Land and Sea Based

  5. Non Destructive Investigation/Non Destructive Evaluation—Health Monitoring and Condition Based Maintenance

  6. Operational Support Materials

  7. Surface Treatments, Coatings, and Thin Films

  8. Conclusions and Recommendations

Energy and Power Materials Panel Report

  1. Executive Summary and Major Conclusions

  2. Introduction

    1. Statement of Task/Scope

    2. Description of Study Process



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Appendix D Preliminary Outlines of Panel Reports Structural and Multifunctional Materials Panel Report Summary Introduction Scope of Study Inputs to the Panel DOD Systems Needs Addressed by the Panel Rationale for Panel Report Structure Lighter, Stiffer, Stronger Materials for Space and Aerospace Structures High-Temperature Materials for Propulsion and Reentry Vehicles Smart Materials—Multifunctionality Mobility Materials—Land and Sea Based Non Destructive Investigation/Non Destructive Evaluation—Health Monitoring and Condition Based Maintenance Operational Support Materials Surface Treatments, Coatings, and Thin Films Conclusions and Recommendations Energy and Power Materials Panel Report Executive Summary and Major Conclusions Introduction Statement of Task/Scope Description of Study Process

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Overall System Needs Relevant to Panel Guide to Panel Report DOD Needs and Challenges Energy Storage Future Defense Needs for Energy Storage Electrical and Electrochemical Storage Batteries Capacitors Magnetic Energy Storage Chemical Energy Storage Fuels Explosives and Propellants Other Energy Conversion Future Defense Needs for Energy Conversion Fuel Cells Microturbines/MEMS Heat Engines Other Assessment of Need for DOD Investment Power Generation Future Defense Needs for Power Generation Electric Propulsion Generation Components (switches, drives, etc.) Power Conditioning/Transmission Assessment of Needs for DOD Investment Energy on Target (Weapons) Future Defense Needs for Placing Energy on Target High- and Low-Energy Laser Weapons High-Power Microwave (HPMV) and Acoustics Particle Beams Electro-Magnetic Launch Assessment of Needs for DOD Investment Energy Dissipation Future Defense Needs for Energy Dissipation Materials Armor Body armor Transparent armor Active armor Low- and High-Energy Laser-Hardened Materials Other Assessment of Need for DOD Investment

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Sensor-Related Energy and Power Future Defense Needs Unique Issues Related to Power, Energy, and Sensing Assessment of Need for DOD Investment Energy Sources Future Defense Issues Regarding Energy Sources DOD Reliance on Energy Sources Energy Harvesting Other Assessment of Need for DOD Investment Preferred Challenges Crosscutting Issues to be Addressed to Meet Materials Challenges Recommendations/Future Actions Discarded Opportunities/Materials Science Challenges (Why discarded?) Electronic and Photonic Materials Panel Report Executive Summary Introduction Statement of Task/Scope Description of Inputs to Panel Overall System Needs Relevant to Panel Guide to Panel Report Electronics Future Defense Needs for Advances in Electronics Commercial/Other Drivers for Technologies Needed by DOD DOD-Specific Needs in Electronics, Including “Ilities” Assessment of the Need for DOD Investment Optoelectronics And Photonics Future Defense Needs for Advances in Optoelectronics And Photonics Commercial/Other Drivers for Technologies Needed By DOD DOD-Specific Needs in Optoelectronics and Photonics, Including “Ilities” Assessment of the Need for DOD Investment

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Sensors Future Defense Needs for Advances in Sensors Commercial/Other Drivers for Technologies Needed by DOD DOD-Specific Needs in Sensors, Including “Ilities” Assessment of the Need for DOD Investment Microsystems Future Defense Needs for Advances in Microsystems Commercial/Other Drivers for Technologies Needed by DOD DOD-Specific Needs in Microsystems, Including “Ilities” Assessment of the Need for DOD Investment Conclusions And Recommendations Functional Organic and Hybrid Materials Panel Report Summary Introduction Scope of Study Inputs to the Panel DOD Systems Needs Addressed by the Panel Rationale for Panel Report Structure Low Molar Mass Organic Materials Macromolecular Organic Materials Polymer-Ceramic Hybrid Materials Metallic Functional Materials with Organic Moieties Conclusions And Recommendations Bio-derived and Bio-inspired Materials Panel Report Summary Introduction Scope of Study Inputs to the Panel DOD Systems Needs Addressed by the Panel Rationale for Panel Report Structure

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Structural Materials: Weight Reduction, Ballistic Protection, Environmentally Driven Responsiveness, Self-Healing Functional Materials: Sensors, Diagnostics, Fast Switching, Molecular Circuits, High Density Energy Storage. Battlefield/Civilian Chemical and Biological Warfare Identification, Interdiction, Counteraction Medical: Battlefield Wound Identification, Countermeasures Conclusions and Recommendations