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The Award database is continually updated throughout the year. As a result, data for FY19 is not expected to be complete until June, 2020.

  1. Broad Spectrum Absorption-Fluorescence Method for Determining Adsorption Capacity of Fly Ash

    SBC: PHOSPHORTECH            Topic: 171FH1

    Interference of unburned and activated carbon in fly ash with air-entraining admixtures (AEA’s) in fresh concrete mixtures is a major concern in the concrete industry. Therefore, a rapid and accurate measurement of adsorption capacity of fly ash is of great interest to this industry. In this project, a new method is suggested, which can qualitatively and quantitatively measure different surfact ...

    SBIR Phase I 2017 Department of Transportation
  2. Automated parking-cruising detection and measurement using Bluetooth AVI Sensor network

    SBC: RAPID FLOW TECHNOLOGIES            Topic: 142FH2

    Searching for street parking, a behavior known as cruising for parking, leads to excess congestion and pollution. Many recent smart parking interventions have attempted to address this issue, but the problem of effectively detecting and measuring cruising remains largely unsolved. The goal of this work is to develop methods to detect and measure cruising for parking and its effects on congestion u ...

    SBIR Phase II 2017 Department of Transportation
  3. VERIFICATION OF STEEL PLACEMENT IN PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE USING SHORT-PULSE RADAR TECHNIQUES

    SBC: Bomar Associates Inc.            Topic: N/A

    THERE IS A NEED FOR A RAPID, NON-DESTRUCTIVE METHOD TO TEST FOR PROPER STEEL PLACEMENT IN PORTLAND CEMENT PAVEMENTS. ISTHE GOAL OF THIS PROPOSED PROGRAM TO DEMONSTRATE THE FEASIBILITY OF USING SHORT-PULSE, GROUND-PENETRATING RADAR AS A MEANS OF RAPID STEEL LOCATION IN CONCRETE PAVEMENT. A GENERAL BACKGROUND IN GROUND-PENETRATING RADAR THEORY IS PRESENTED. LABORATORY AND FIELD MEASUREMENTS USING A ...

    SBIR Phase II 1990 Department of Transportation
  4. SEAT BELT MANAGER FOR MIDSIZE CHILDREN

    SBC: Hy Zelkowitz Design & Mike's            Topic: N/A

    MIDSIZE CHILDREN (AGED 5-7) DO NOT PROPERLY FIT AVIALABLE ADULT SEAT BELT SYSTEMS AND OFTEN RESIST USING SCALED-UP TODDLER RESTRAINT SYSTEMS. OUR OBJECTIVE IS TO DEVELOP A SIMPLE LOW COST DEVICE TO REROUTE THE PATHWAYS OF THE STANDARD TWO AND THREE POINT BELT RESTRAINTS TO ACCOMMODATE THE SKELETAL SIZE OF THE MIDSIZE CHILD. THIS DEVICE WILL POSITION THE LAP BELT FORCES ACROSS THE ILIAC CREST TO PR ...

    SBIR Phase I 1990 Department of Transportation
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