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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 April, 2020.

  1. Optically clear multi-layered protective window/sensor film for use on rotary wing aircraft

    SBC: UNITED PROTECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES, LLC            Topic: SOCOM04002

    Since the inception of windscreens on aircraft, the effects of erosion on the transparent materials utilized for this application has been problematic. With the development of faster aircraft, Night Vision Goggles and various sensors which utilize electromagnetic waves in the visible and IR ranges this problem has been intensified. The team at United Protective Technologies, propose to provide dat ...

    SBIR Phase I 2004 Department of DefenseSpecial Operations Command
  2. An Innovative Laser-Based Sensor for Monitoring Mercury in Gasifier Syngas

    SBC: Advanced Monitoring, Inc.            Topic: 42

    75867 Mercury (Hg) emissions are an important environmental problem because Hg is a volatile heavy metal that is toxic and bioaccumulates to a high degree in animals and humans. The major sources of Hg emissions include fossil fuel combustion, waste incineration, and chloralkali production. With the increased development of coal gasification technologies, the monitoring of Hg in gasifier synthe ...

    SBIR Phase I 2004 Department of Energy
  3. Thinner Silicon Detectors and Novel Interconnections for Robust High Energy Physics Detectors

    SBC: DIGITAL OPTICS CORP.            Topic: 8

    76214-Next generation experiments in High Energy Physics require the use of thinned detectors with high density interconnects; however, present manufacturing techniques for wafer thinning produce very low yields. Standard processing techniques have proven to be unacceptable for the production of high pixel count detector assemblies. Therefore, this project will develop technology for plasma-etch ...

    STTR Phase I 2004 Department of Energy
  4. Novel, Active Layer Nanostructures for White Light Emitting Diodes (LEDS)

    SBC: Dot Metrics Technologies, Inc.            Topic: 36

    75630-The most efficient solid-state white lights developed so far typically use a bright blue light emitting diode. The diode is used not only as a blue source, but also for the simultaneous optical excitement of an inorganic downconverter, which converts a fraction of the blue light to yellow. When the yellow light is mixed with the remaining blue, it is perceived by the human eye as white. H ...

    SBIR Phase I 2004 Department of Energy
  5. Cost Reducing Solar Domestic-Water-Heater Innovations

    SBC: EnvirosafeTechnologies            Topic: 39

    75487-Restricted natural gas supplies, reduced peak electrical capacity, and steadily increasing demand for domestic water heating are placing a strain on limited conventional energy resources. Water heating is one of the most practical uses of solar energy; efficiencies for solar water heaters often exceed 75% compared to 15% for typical photovoltaic systems. However, despite rising conventiona ...

    STTR Phase I 2004 Department of Energy
  6. Automated Impedance Tomography for Monitoring Permeable Reactive Barrier Health

    SBC: Multi Phase Technologies LLC            Topic: 25

    76166-Although permeable reactive barriers are an important new treatment option for groundwater remediation, no reliable methods are available to monitor or predict their long-term behavior. The large-scale implementation of reactive barriers will require a means of monitoring their long-term degradation. For example, gaps can occur in the placement of the reactive material, particularly when c ...

    SBIR Phase I 2004 Department of Energy
  7. Fast, Portable Characterization System, Integrating Time-Domain Electromagnetic with Induced and Natural Field Magnetic Measurements

    SBC: Multi Phase Technologies LLC            Topic: 26

    75605-The United States Department of Energy has estimated that from the 1940s through the 1970s, 126,000 cubic meters of transuranic wastes were disposed of by shallow burial and other techniques at sites owned and operated by the federal government. The excavation and retrieval of the transuranic and mixed waste are time-consuming and expensive. Improved imaging technologies are needed to prov ...

    SBIR Phase I 2004 Department of Energy

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