United States Patent Office announced today the issuance of Patent No. 9,658,026 (Application 13/949,849) entitled Explosive Device Utilizing Flux Compression Generator (FCG)

Enig Associates, Inc. (“ENIG”), the inventor and developer of the Magnetohydrodynamic Explosive Munition (MAHEMTM), and more recently Hybrid Electromagnetic Gun (HyGUNTM), was awarded today a U.S. patent entitled Explosive Device Utilizing Flux Compression Generator (Patent No. 9,658,026; Application 13/949,849)...

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United States Patent Office announced today the issuance of Patent No. 9,476,668 (Application 13/916,176) entitled Hypervelocity Projectile Launching System

In 2013, senior leadership within Lockheed Martin Missiles & Fire Control (LMMFC), as well as the Office of the Secretary of Defense’s (OSD) Weapons Systems Office, gave ENIG the informal challenges of developing the capability to deliver a muzzle...

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U.S. Air Force Selects ENIG’s Space Plasma Generator (SpacePG) for Space Payload Development

The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Space Vehicles (RV) Directorate (Kirtland AFB, NM) completed its source selection earlier this year and awarded ENIG an STTR Phase II contract for a two-year payload development of ENIG’s Space Plasma Generator...

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U.S. Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Awards ENIG STTR Phase I Program to Support THAAD / ABM with GB-eVAL Technology

ENIG has been selected by the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) and awarded an Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase I award for the company’s gold-embrittlement assessment toolkit approach, GB-eVALTM. MDA seeks to develop a risk-forecasting tool for quantifying the risks...

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ENIG awards contracts to Edgley Construction Group, Inc. and TYCO Integrated Systems for new facility in Bethesda, Maryland

ENIG's first project with Edgley Construction Group, Inc. (“EDGLEY”) was in 2009, on the company’s first secure facility build-out in Bethesda.  “For this new facility project, as a full service design/build team, EDGLEY squarely hit the mark”, noted ENIG...

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ENIG Presents at AFRL Commercialization Catalyst Conference

At the Commercialization Catalyst conference at Tech Town III (Dayton, OH) on 4 DEC 2015, AFRL Executive Director, Douglas Ebersole and AFRL/SB Director, William Harrison, presented their visions for collaboration between AFRL scientists and engineers (S&E), industry partners, university...

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U.S. Army Awards SBIR Phase III Contract to ENIG for Electromagnetic Explosive Warhead (EMEW) for Scalable Lethality

ENIG has been selected by the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) and awarded by the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) (Aberdeen, MD) and SBIR Phase III for the company’s current Electromagnetic Explosive Warhead (EMEW) technology program with ARL. “As...

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SBIR Technology Acceleration Project (TAP) Selects ENIG for Six-Week Commercialization Pilot Effort

ENIG, one of approximately twenty firms with recent Air Force SBIR and STTR awards, has been selected by SBIR TAP to participate in a six-week program designed to showcase a recent AFRL SBIR or STTR award. “We’re excited to participate...

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U.S. Air Force Awards Contract to ENIG for Multi-scale Dynamic Characterization Methods for Composite Structural Reactive Material Systems

ENIG, in collaboration with SRI International (Menlo Park, CA), has been selected and awarded by the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory’s (AFRL) Munition Directorate (RW), Eglin AFB, to develop a modeling methodology with predictive and inferential capabilities to address...

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U.S. Air Force Awards Contract to ENIG for Space Plasma Generator (SpacePG) for Artificial Modification of Ionosphere

ENIG, in collaboration with the University of Maryland’s Department of Physics, has been selected and awarded by the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory’s (AFRL) Space Vehicles (RV), Kirtland AFB, NM to design a space plasma generator payload for low...

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