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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. LARGE SCALE SYSTEM RELIABILITY EVALUATION

    SBC: Carlsen & Fink Associates            Topic: N/A

    N/A

    SBIR Phase I 1984 National Science Foundation
  2. THREE-DIMENSIONAL STRATIFIED FLUIDS

    SBC: DANIEL H. WAGNER ASSOCIATES, INCORPORATED            Topic: N/A

    THE PROPOSED RESEARCH HAS THE GENERAL OBJECTIVE OF CREATING INNOVATIVE NEW NUMERICAL ENGINEERING TOOLS FOR SOLVING THREE-DIMENSIONAL STRATIFIED FLOWS CONTAINING HYDRAULIC JUMPS. THE PROPOSED NUMERICAL TECHNIQUE IS BASED ON A MULTILAYER MODEL CONSISTING OF N HORIZONTAL, HOMOGENEOUS LAYERS WHICH IS USED TO APPROXIMATE STEADY, STRATIFIED, INCOMPRESSIBLE FLOWS UNDER THE ASSUMPTION OF HYDROSTATIC BALAN ...

    SBIR Phase I 1984 National Science Foundation
  3. METHODOLOGY FOR MEASURING POPULATIONS OF INSTITUTIONS

    SBC: Decision Science Associates            Topic: N/A

    ALTHOUGH THE ART OF ESTIMATING HUMAN POPULATIONS IS MATURE, INSTITUTIONAL ESTIMATION RELIES ON RESEARCHERS' INTUITIONS OR ILL-FITTING ADAPTATIONS OF CONSUMER RESEARCH. THIS PROJECT IS TO DEVELOP A DATA GATHERING AND ANALYSIS METHODOLOGY FOR MEASURING FEATURES OF A POPULATION OF INSTITUTIONS (E.G., DEMAND FOR A NEW MANUFACTURING PROCESS). WE PROPOSE FOUR SPECIFIC CONTRIBUTIONS, WHOSE FORMULATIONS, ...

    SBIR Phase I 1984 National Science Foundation
  4. GROWTH OF JUVENILE SURF CLAMS (SPISULA SOLIDISSIMA)

    SBC: Mercenaria Manufacturing            Topic: N/A

    INCREASED DEMAND FOR LIVE AND PROCESSED CLAMS HAS BEEN ACCOMPAINED BY A DECREASED SUPPLY OF WILD CLAMS. THE SURF CLAM (SPISULA SOLIDISSMA) WAS UTILIZED EXTENSIVELY FOR PROCESSED CLAM PRODUCTS UNTIL OVERFISHING REDUCED THE SURF CLAM POPULATIONS AND HARVESTS. RESEARCH HAS INDICATED THAT SURF CLAMS CAN BE PRODUCED IN LAND-BASED CULTURE SYSTEMS IN ONE GROWING SEASON, FOR USE IN MARKETS CURRENTLY SUPPL ...

    SBIR Phase I 1984 National Science Foundation
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