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During these follow-on phases, UTC Aerospace Systems (formerly Hamilton Sundstrand) will continue the design and development of a Proton Exchange Membrane based Fuel Cell Energy System (PES) for a 21-inch diameter Unmanned Undersea Vehicle (UUV).
The desire to host a large unmanned undersea vehicle within the payload tube of a ballistic missile or attack submarine provides similar limitations on vehicle size and endurance, with the additional complexity of balancing propulsion energy density against the need for submarine safety certification.
Systems used or planned include the Unmanned Carrier Launched Airborne Surveillance and Strike (UCLASS) and unmanned undersea vehicles (UUV).
The Navy's maritime intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance roadmap indicates that officials intend to field a fleet of unmanned undersea vehicles by the end of the decade along with a squadron of unmanned carrier-launched aircraft by 2018.
ARL has developed designs and demonstrated propulsors for unmanned undersea vehicles (UUV), in particular, the thrust-vector pumpjet propulsor technology, which has been transitioned to Boeing's Long Term Mine Reconnaissance System (LMRS) UUV and Lockheed Martin's Advanced Development Unmanned Undersea Vehicle (ADUUV).
Navy to develop advanced detectors that would be deployed in unmanned undersea vehicles.
An SOFC stack -- the basic clean-tech unit of a fuel cell that generates electricity through an electrochemical reaction -- was evaluated under conditions that simulate the expected demands on an Unmanned Undersea Vehicle (UUV).
Table 20: Unmanned Undersea Vehicle (UUV) Market in the