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  1. Automated Monitoring of Subsurface Microbial Metabolism with Graphite Electrodes

    SBC: BURGE ENVIRONMENTAL, INC.            Topic: 21a

    An automated, real-time monitoring system for determination microbial activity in anaerobic environments (sediments/saturated soils and aquifers) would allow for improved characterization (fate and transport) of organic carbon in subsurface environments. General statement of how this problem is being addressed An automated field-deployable monitoring system using a microbial fuel cell as the analy ...

    SBIR Phase I 2015 Department of Energy
  2. Radiation Hard High Speed Camera System for Accelerator Beam Diagnostics

    SBC: Alphacore, Inc.            Topic: 24h

    In the DOE SBIR topic 24h, Accelerator Control and Diagnostics, the Office of Nuclear Physics seeks grant applications for the development of triggerable, high speed optical and/or IR cameras, with associated MByte- scale digital frame grabbers for investigating time dependent phenomena in accelerator beams. Image capture equipment needs to operate in a high-radiation environment and have a frame ...

    SBIR Phase I 2015 Department of Energy
  3. Smart GaN-Based Inverters for Grid-tied Energy Storage Systems

    SBC: InnoCit, LLC            Topic: 10b

    Battery storage systems are the backbone of the future gird systems. These systems provide distributed energy storage capabilities for smoothening the load profile and coping with generation and load power fluctuations. By incorporating these resources into the electrical grid, voltage stability and overall reliability of the grid will improve. Furthermore, these resources compensate for fluctuati ...

    SBIR Phase I 2015 Department of Energy
  4. Ultra-Low Noise Phase Stabilized High Repetition Rate Erbium Fiber Laser System for Timing Synchronization with High Average And Peak Power

    SBC: N.P. PHOTONICS, INC.            Topic: 28a

    Improving the precision of timing and synchronization has wide impact on commercial and scientific fields. An innovative fiber laser technology based on a new glass and fiber material enables an unprecedented and cost-effective improvement in time stability and precision. Low phase noise and phase stabilized high repetition rate mode-locked laser systems make possible phase-coherent division of th ...

    SBIR Phase I 2015 Department of Energy
  5. THz spectral imaging to assess metal components in concrete structures

    SBC: Physics, Materials, and Applied Mathematics Research L.L.C.            Topic: 32e

    Long-term corrosion of steel in concrete structures is a particular concern for nuclear power plants as there is a compelling public interest in the safe operation of these plants for the many decades that they are in operation and the additional decades it takes for them to be decommissioned. Inspection techniques that are both non-destructive and which can detect long-term corrosion at its earli ...

    SBIR Phase I 2015 Department of Energy
  6. 100W Mode-locked Green Laser for GaAs Photoemission Guns

    SBC: AdValue Photonics Inc            Topic: 38e

    To address the DoE need for a high-power laser source used for synchronous photoinjection of GaAs photoemission guns, AdValue Photonics proposes to develop a radio-frequency synchronized 100W mode-locked green laser source at a GHz rate. Previously-demonstrated GHz-rate modelocked solid-state/fiber lasers suffer from a reliability issue due to the use of fragile free-space bulk optics for their la ...

    SBIR Phase II 2015 Department of Energy
  7. Development of Iron Phosphate Waste Forms for Fission Products Waste Streams

    SBC: MO-SCI Corp.            Topic: 19g

    Most liquid high-level nuclear waste is currently being immobilized to a solid form as a borosilicate glass by vitrification. However, many nuclear wastes have complex and diverse chemical compositions that reduce their compatibility with borosilicate glass. The current baseline spent nuclear fuel reprocess generates secondary waste streams that generally include large amounts of MoO3 and noble me ...

    SBIR Phase II 2015 Department of Energy

    SBC: VoltServer            Topic: 03a

    The primary barrier to widespread adoption of solid-state lighting is its high initial cost relative to other options approximately two times more expensive than equivalent compact fluorescent lamps, and five times more expensive than equivalent downlight fixtures. The performance and cost of solid-state lighting driver circuitry, which comprises 15-20% of the cost of a commercial lamp, operates ...

    SBIR Phase II 2015 Department of Energy
  9. Alternate Additive Manufacturing to Produce and/or Join Nuclear Quality Components

    SBC: ATS-MER, LLC            Topic: 32f

    Advanced fabrication and manufacturing methods like additive manufacturing that can produce nuclear quality components are required for the success of the Small Modular Reactor SMR). Most typical AM processes utilize fusion of a min molten pool generated continuously via CAD processing that produces a cast type anistropic microstructure that has high thermal stresses and often defects/porosity th ...

    STTR Phase I 2015 Department of Energy
  10. Alternative Additive Manufacturing to Produce Fossil Energy Critical Systems

    SBC: ATS-MER, LLC            Topic: 20a

    Fossil fuels FE) are projected to remain the mainstay of energy consumption and energy generation well into the next century. New technologies including advanced material manufacturing must be developed to promote the efficient environmentally sound use of Americas abundant fossil fuels FE). Additive manufacturing AM) has the potential to reduce manufacturing cost and produce materials that ena ...

    STTR Phase I 2015 Department of Energy
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