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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. Electrical Power from Thermal Energy Scavenging in High Temperature Environments

    SBC: Physical Sciences Inc.            Topic: T3

    Physical Sciences Inc. and Purdue University propose to develop a novel approach to scavenging heat from high intensity thermal environments encountered during space missions and converting this thermal power to electrical power at high efficiency.  Examples include extremely hot heat shields during vehicle entry into planetary atmospheres (Mars/Venus probes) and during high speed ascent thro ...

    STTR Phase II 2019 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  2. Microcapillary Quartz Sensors for Screening Injectability of High Concentration Protein Formulations

    SBC: Qatch Technologies, LLC            Topic: None

    The objective of this SBIR Phase I proposal is to determine the feasibility of viscosity characterization of high concentration protein formulations (HCF) by QATCH’s microcapillary quartz technology. HCFs are non-Newtonian fluids with shear-thinning behavior and they are administered to patients by subcutaneous or muscular injections. The injectability of HCFs depends on the viscosity at high-sh ...

    SBIR Phase I 2019 Department of CommerceNational Institute of Standards and Technology
  3. Developing Silicon Nanowire Sensors to Measuring Host-Cell Proteins at a Biomanufacturing Line

    SBC: Advanced Silicon Group            Topic: None

    Our biosensor is made of silicon nanowire arrays functionalized with antibodies to measure the concentration of specific proteins. In this grant we will take a sensor that has been demonstrated for use in measuring a set of generic host cell proteins and we will apply the sensor to measure a set of proteins for a specific cell line. In doing so, we will demonstrate the utility of our sensor to be ...

    SBIR Phase II 2019 Department of CommerceNational Institute of Standards and Technology
  4. DEVELOPMENT OF A NOVEL TRANSMISSION FOR HELICOPTER APPLICATIONS

    SBC: VISHWA ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION LLC            Topic: A16018

    US Army utilizes a wide range of vehicles across ground and air platforms where mechanical transmissions are used to transmit power from the engine to the drive shaft. Gears are used to create a torque and speed conversion with mechanical contact between the gear teeth surfaces. Lubrication is necessary to create a protective film between rolling and sliding surfaces as well as provide sufficient ...

    SBIR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseArmy
  5. Signal Processing at Radio Frequency (RF) for Position Navigation & Timing Co-Site Interference

    SBC: Metamagnetics Inc.            Topic: A17039

    Numerous operations in an increasingly congested electromagnetic spectrum, intensify demand for data at the tactical edge, and the diminishing extent of electromagnetic spectrum provisioned for the military has resulted in the need for advanced technologies to mitigate Global Positioning System (GPS) interference due to co-site interference and C4ISR. Metamagnetics proposes a powerful and adaptabl ...

    SBIR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseArmy
  6. CMOS Compatible Deposition of Multi-Ferroic Films for Tunable Microwave Applications

    SBC: Winchester Technologies, LLC            Topic: A17019

    Built upon the progress in Phase I period, Winchester Technologies, LLC proposes to investigate practical magnetoelectric antennas during the Phase II period for different applications. State of the art antennas suffer from three major open challenges: (1) large antenna size, (2) antenna impedance mismatch; (3) ground plane effect. This is because state of the art antennas are based on oscillating ...

    SBIR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseArmy
  7. FTL's FASCI, Forward Area Suspended Contaminant Identifier, Field Instrumentation to measure, quantify, and characterize fuel contaminants

    SBC: FTL Labs Corporation            Topic: A17116

    To avoid machine failure, diesel engine hardware manufacturers recommend limiting fuel contamination particles based on number and size distribution. Work performed by TARDEC has developed limits for particulate and free water contamination in fuel utilizing light obscuration particle counting; however, this approach is unable to differentiate between solid particulates, free water droplets, and a ...

    SBIR Phase II 2019 Department of DefenseArmy
  8. Multifunction-Multimodal

    SBC: SYSTEMS & TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH LLC            Topic: N182120

    Systems & Technology Research (STR) proposes the development of a novel multifunction/multimodal airborne radar architecture leveraging STRs extensive experience in the development of software, hardware, and advanced algorithms for a wide variety of airborne radar applications. On this program, we will focus on the development of a fundamentally new airborne radar architecture that optimizes airbo ...

    SBIR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseNavy
  9. Effect of Surface Finish and Post-Processing on the Fatigue Life of Additively Manufacturing Parts

    SBC: Voxel Innovations, Inc.            Topic: N182126

    In response to the need for drastic surface finish improvement on additively manufactured metal components, Voxel Innovations Inc. has developed a novel manufacturing process termed: oscillatory pulsed electrochemical machining (O-PECM). O-PECM is a heat-free, stress-free, surface finishing technique capable of producing sub-200 nm Ra roughness. In O-PECM, a thin envelope of build material is prin ...

    SBIR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseNavy
  10. Effect of Surface Finish and Post-Processing on the Fatigue Life of Additively Manufacturing Parts

    SBC: Triton Systems, Inc.            Topic: N182126

    Triton will develop a surface finishing process that can efficiently post-process additively manufactured metallic components to a consistent finish while enhancing material properties and part performance. Naval materials of interest include titanium, aluminum, nickel, aluminum, bronze, and stainless steel alloys.

    SBIR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseNavy

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