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The Award database is continually updated throughout the year. As a result, data for FY20 is not expected to be complete until September, 2021.

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  1. Advanced Technologies for Discrete-Parts Manufacturing

    SBC: ADVANCED POWDER SOLUTIONS INC            Topic: DLA08001

    Understanding that saving weight without sacrificing performance on a vehicle is important, the objective of this program is to continue to demonstrate advanced lightweight materials that can have multi-functional capability and be discretely made into parts for DLA. Many applications will have specific requirements of high thermal conductivity, low thermal conductivity, radiation resistance, Mod ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  2. Organophosphate Degrading Enzymes

    SBC: AGAVE BIOSYSTEMS INC.            Topic: N/A

    Agve BioSystems in collaboration with Carl A. Batt propose to develop decon-nanoparticles which will leverage ongoing opportunities in enzyme engineering and the fabrication of functionalized magnetic nanoparticles. Enhanced performance will be engineered into the system to improve the catalytic degradation of chemical agents. Through an iterative process optimizing the particles and the enzyme ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 Environmental Protection Agency
  3. Nano-Enhanced Composite Electrodes for Electrostatic Precipitators

    SBC: Applied Sciences Inc.            Topic: N/A

    Electrostatic precipitators (ESPs) are a key pollution control device in air pollution control devices for small oil and coal-fired industrial boilers. ESPs can operate with an efficiency of 98 to 99% for the removal of mercury and fly ash from the flue gas stream. With an electrostatic precipitator fly ash particles are charged electrically as the flue gas passes through the precipitator allowi ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 Environmental Protection Agency
  4. Advanced Technologies for Discrete-Parts Manufacturing

    SBC: BUYCASTING.COM, INC.            Topic: DLA07001

    Under a prior Air Force SBIR program, buyCASTINGS.com and its technology division, FOPAT, developed an innovative material and process to manufacture patterns for the investment casting industry. Defying thousands of years of traditional investment casting practices, FOPAT’s new process utilizes an advanced and proprietary foam material instead of wax. While FOPAT’s product is a direct replace ...

    SBIR Phase II 2009 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  5. USE OF A CYCLONE COMBUSTOR TO CONVERT MUNICIPAL INCINERATOR FLY ASH TO INERT SLAG

    SBC: Coal Tech Corp.            Topic: N/A

    AN ADVANCED AIR COOLED, CYCLONE COAL COMBUSTOR WILL BE USED TO DEMONSTRATE ITS TECHNICAL FEASIBILITY FOR THE EFFICIENT CONVERSION OF FLY ASH FROM MUNICIPAL INCINERATORS TO SLAG. TWO SETS OF SHORT DURATION PARAMETRIC TESTS WILL BE PERFORMED IN WHICH FLY ASH WILL BE INJECTED IN A COMMERCIAL SCALE COMBUSTOR INSTALLED ON A 17,500 LB/HR PACKAGE BOILER, LOCATED IN WILLIAMSPORT, PENNSYLVANIA. THE OBJECTI ...

    SBIR Phase I 1989 Environmental Protection Agency
  6. SAFE AND ECONOMICAL CHLORINE DIOXIDE GENERATION

    SBC: Eltech Research Corpon            Topic: N/A

    SAFE, COST EFFECTIVE ALTERNATIVES TO CHLORINE TREATMENT OF DRINKING WATER FOR DISTRIBUTION AND DISINFECTION HAVE BEEN SOUGHT FOR SOME TIME. CHLORINE DIOXIDE IS A VIABLE ALTERNATIVE TO CHLORINE FOR THE TREATMENT OF EVEN POOR QUALITY WATER SUPPLIES AND THE REDUCTION OF POTENTIAL CANCER CAUSING CHLORINATED ORGANICS. ITS WIDESPREAD USE HAS BEEN INHIBITED BY THE COSTS AND/OR COMPLEXITY OF ITS PRODUCTIO ...

    SBIR Phase I 1989 Environmental Protection Agency
  7. DOUBLE HEAT EXCHANGES SYSTEM FOR MINIMIZING ENERGY AND POLLUTION CONTROL COSTS IN INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES

    SBC: Energy Innovations, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    THERE ARE NUMEROUS INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES REQUIRING THAT MATERIAL BE HEATED AND THEN SUBSEQUENTLY COOLED. IF MOST OF THIS HEAT IS RECOVERED AND RECYCLED TO THE OVEN, THE NET POWER INPUT TO THE OVEN COULD BE SUBSTANTIALLY REDUCED. THE KEY TO ACCOMPLISHING THIS IS AN INCREASE OF THE HEAT TRANSFER COEFFICIENT BETWEEN GAS AND MATERIAL SO THAT THE HEAT EXCHANGERS ARE RESASONABLY COMPACT. SIMPLE EXPERIMEN ...

    SBIR Phase I 1989 Environmental Protection Agency
  8. Enabling Commercialization of a Lead-Free Coating Manufacturing Process

    SBC: Faraday Technology, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    This Phase I SBIR program addresses the need for a manufacturing process that enables high reliability Pb-free tin coatings. Pb-free tin solders used in electronics applications have demonstrated whisker growth, due in part to compressive stresses within the deposit, causing failures of the components. Faraday proposes an enhanced Faradayic deposition process for Pb-free tin solders that have co ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 Environmental Protection Agency
  9. Amorphous Alloy Coatings for Hard Chromium Replacement

    SBC: Integran Technologies U.S.A. Inc.            Topic: N/A

    Hard chromium coatings (0.25 to10 mil thick) are used extensively for imparting wear and erosion resistance to components in both industrial and military applications. The most common means of depositing hard chromium has been through the use of chromic acid baths containing hexavalent chromium (Cr+6). However, as a result of its toxicity, exposure levels of Cr+6 have been limited. An alternati ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 Environmental Protection Agency
  10. Chromium-Free Corrosion-Resistant Hybrid UV Coatings

    SBC: DR. BEN CURATOLO, INC.            Topic: N/A

    This Small Business Innovation Research Phase I project is designed to determine the feasibility of preparing an environmentally friendly chromium-free solvent-free hybrid UV resin coating system suitable for applications such as industrial, automotive, and aerospace corrosion resistance. In particular, the overall objective of this program is to determine the most appropriate segregation of comp ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 Environmental Protection Agency
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