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Company: MO-SCI Corp. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOE / STTR / 2014 / 1
Abstract: Solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) require robust seals that can prevent intermixing of air and fuel, remain inert in reducing and oxidizing environments while in contact with SOFC materials, and maintain their effectiveness through repeated thermal cycles. Recent research has… more
Company: Materials & Electrochemical Research (MER) Corp. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 2014 / 1
Abstract: This Phase I SBIR OSD project proposes the development and testing of a porous metal anode-supported intermediate-temperature solid oxide fuel cell (PMS-IT-SOFC) that exhibits high electrochemical efficiency, high degree of fuel utilization (reformed JP-8, diesel, or dodecane),… more
Company: NexTech Materials, Ltd. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOE / SBIR / 2014 / 1
Abstract: Fuel cells are environmentally clean, quiet, and highly efficient devices for generating electricity and heat from natural gas, biomass, and other fuels. Of the various fuel cell types, solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs), which operate at high temperatures, are especially promising… more
Company: NexTech Materials, Ltd. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 2014 / 2
Abstract: This SBIR project is aimed at the design, development and demonstration of a power dense
Company: InnoSense LLC Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOE / SBIR / 2014 / 1
Abstract: … Energy (DOE) desires technologies that will extend the nations energy reserves with efficient, less costly, environmentally responsible electric energy and reduce our dependence on foreign oil. Integrated into the nations power grid system, Solid Oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) have… more
Company: Redox Power Systems, LLC Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 2014 / 1
Abstract: Redox is developing low temperature, high power density SOFC-based power generation systems for stationary and mobile applications. Basic cell and stack designs can be configured for a variety of applications because of the ability to operate over a range of temperatures at… more
Company: Sonata LLC Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOE / SBIR / 2014 / 1
Abstract: Solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) offer exceptional promise for electrical power generation with reduced carbon footprint, but SOFC reliability must be improved for the technology to be widely commercialized. SOFCs utilize ferritic stainless steel… more
Company: Acree Technologies Incorporated Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOE / SBIR / 2013 / 1
Abstract: … several advantages over other energy sources including: highly efficient energy conversion, fuel flexibility, reduced air pollution, reduced greenhouse gas emissions, reduced oil consumption, and expanded use of renewable power. State-of-the-art Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (… more
Company: Acumentrics Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 2013 / 1
Abstract: ABSTRACT: A hybrid tubular SOFC/gas turbine power system is proposed to increase the endurance of UAS and RPA. The work to be performed in the five tasks within the 9 month Phase I effort is described in detail in the full proposal. The applicable aircraft and system… more
Company: Itn Energy Systems, Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: NASA / SBIR / 2013 / 1
Abstract: ITN proposes to create an innovative anode supported membrane electrode assembly (MEA) for solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) that is capable of long-term operation at low temperature by the direct oxidation of dry methane or syngas fuel without coke formation on the anode.… more
Company: Mohawk Innovative Technology, Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 2013 / 1
Abstract: ABSTRACT: MiTi and its subcontractor are proposing an innovative integrated and low logistics footprint fueled hybrid solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) and mesoscopic gas turbine engine generator (GTG) system with fuel-to-electricity efficiencies to 65%. The ultra-high speeds of… more
Company: NexTech Materials, Ltd. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOE / SBIR / 2013 / 2
Abstract: For solid oxide fuel cells the key barrier to technology commercialization is the high system cost, which is driven by materials selection. The use of steel components would be preferable but without protective coatings they are susceptible to oxidation and chromium volatilization in air and… more
Company: Paragon Space Development Corporation Agency/Program/Year/Phase: NASA / SBIR / 2013 / 1
Abstract: … compact, leak-tight, Solid Oxide Electrolyzer (SOE) system with embedded Sabatier reactors (ESR). Utilizing Corning Incorporated (Corning) Intellectual Property (IP), ENrG and Paragon can leverage an all-ceramic, efficient, and low mass solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) that remains… more
Company: Precision Combustion, Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 2013 / 1
Abstract: … effectively remove heat from the stack. In this Phase I, we will demonstrate operation of a high efficiency reformer with bio-fuels and identify operating maps to minimize start-up and transient time, and through modeling, develop thermally integrated designs for various SOFC… more
Company: Precision Combustion, Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 2013 / 2
Abstract: … Operation of the reformer with multiple fuels including diesel and other distillate fuels was also established. Balance of plant (BOP) components were tested to confirm minimum parasitics and water neutral operation. Suitability of producing both solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC)… more
Company: Precision Combustion, Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 2013 / 2
Abstract: … for expanded and sustained UAV mission capability from electrically-operated payloads. Precision Combustion, Inc's. (PCI) ultra-compact, sulfur tolerant and durable Microlith fuel processors enable JP-5/JP-8 fueled operation of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC) or High… more
Company: FAST Ceramics LLC Agency/Program/Year/Phase: NSF / SBIR / 2013 / 1
Abstract: This Small Business Innovation Research Phase I project will investigate the commercial potential of flash-sintering to enhance the manufacturability and performance of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs). The co-sintering of heterogeneous multilayer ceramics remains a technical… more
Company: Advanced Cooling Technologies, Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 2012 / 1
Abstract: The proposed SBIR Phase I program will develop an innovative fuel flexible reformer for a portable Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) power generation system used in the battlefields. The fuel reformer is non-catalytic and can operate with different fuels including methanol, propane,… more
Company: CellTech Power, LLC Agency/Program/Year/Phase: NSF / SBIR / 2012 / 2
Abstract: This Small Business Innovation Research Phase II project will continue the commercial development of the Liquid Tin Anode Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (LTA-SOFC) for direct conversion of biomass to electrical power. The LTA-SOFC is a transformational energy technology that dramatically… more
Company: Materials & Systems Research, Inc. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOE / SBIR / 2012 / 2
Abstract: SOFC technology promises to provide an efficient method by which electricity can be generated from coal-derived syngas, biofuels, and natural gas, while increasing energy security and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The large capital costs attributed to the cathode low… more
Company: nGimat Co. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOE / SBIR / 2012 / 1
Abstract: Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs) present one of the most promising choices for the future of distributed power generation as they produce energy from a wide variety of fuels with high efficiencies (45-65 %) and low pollution; however, this technology is cost prohibitive and not… more
Company: Nano EnerTex Agency/Program/Year/Phase: NASA / SBIR / 2012 / 1
Abstract: …increasing power density. The thin film fuel cell is comprised of a micro-thin electrolyte (thickness ~ 1¿¿m) that is grown on a foil nickel substrate. The nickel substrate is then made into a porous anode by lithographic patterning and etching of the foil. The SOFC structure… more
Company: NexTech Materials, Ltd. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOE / SBIR / 2012 / 1
Abstract: To make SOFC systems more manufacturable and reduce costs, lower cost stainless steels have been substituted into the stack design wherever possible, including as alternatives to traditional ceramic interconnects within the stack and high-cost nickel-based superalloys in balance… more
Company: NexTech Materials, Ltd. Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOD / SBIR / 2012 / 1
Abstract: In this proposed SBIR project, NexTech Materials will design, develop and demonstrate a 10-kW scale, power dense and sulfur tolerant solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) stack for military ground vehicle auxiliary power units. NexTech has already established a conceptual design for… more
Company: QuesTek Innovations LLC Agency/Program/Year/Phase: DOE / SBIR / 2012 / 1
Abstract: Under this SBIR program, QuesTek Innovations LLC will apply its computational alloy design methodology and experience with high-Cr stainless ferritic alloy and oxidation modeling to create a novel low-cost alloy for SOFC with low Cr volatility and high oxidation resistance that… more
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