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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.

  1. AGING PROCESSES IN NUCLEAR REACTORS

    SBC: Pdi Technology Inc            Topic: N/A

    AS NUCLEAR PLANTS GROW OLDER, ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS MAY AFFECT THE PERFORMANCE OF PLANT CONCRETE AND STEEL STRUCTURES. WE PROPOSE TO DEVELOP A STRATEGY WHICH CAN BE APPLIED TO CONCRETE STRUCTURES. IT WILL BE DIRECTED TOWARDSTHE DEVELOPMENT OF METHODS TO ANALYZE AND UNDERSTAND AGING EFFECTS, INCLUDING THE COMBINED EFFECTS OF TIME, TEMPERATURE, RADIATION, HUMIDITY, STRESS, CHEMICAL ENVIRONMENT AN ...

    SBIR Phase I 1987 Nuclear Regulatory Commission
  2. AUTOMATIC CREATION AND RENODALIZATION OF TRAC-BWR INPUT DECKS

    SBC: Expert-ease Systems            Topic: N/A

    THE OBJECTIVE OF THE PROPOSED RESEARCH IS TO BUILD A USER-FRIENDLY, PERSONAL COMPUTER BASED WORKSTATION FOR PERFORMING TRAC-BWR ANALYSIS. THE SOFTWARE WILL ALLOW A USER TO READ-IN DATA FROM EXISTING TRAC-BWR INPUT DECKS (ASCII), DRAW NODALIZATION DIAGRAM, MODIFY INPUT, AUTOMATICALLY RENODALIZE THE VESSEL, CHAN AND PIPE COMPONENTS, GENERATE INPUT DECK, SUBMIT JOB, BRING BACK PLOTDATA, DISPLAY RESUL ...

    SBIR Phase I 1987 Nuclear Regulatory Commission
  3. FACILITATE DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF FAULT TREES

    SBC: Expert-ease Systems            Topic: N/A

    WORKSTATION AND EXPERT SYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES HAVE A POTENTIAL OF SUBSTANTIALLY FACILITATING THE DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATIONOF FAULT TREES. INTRODUCING A WORKSTATION PHILOSOPHY WITH AN INTERACTIVE SET OF INTEGRATED SOFTWARE TOOLS ON A LOCAL COMPUTER WILL PROMOTE IMPROVED CONTINUITY IN THE THOUGHT PROCESS DURING A FAULT TREE DEVELOPMENT. THE EXPERT SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY WILL SIMPLIFY THE WAY FAULT TREES AR ...

    SBIR Phase I 1985 Nuclear Regulatory Commission
  4. IN-REACTOR MEASUREMENTS INVOLVING ELECTROCHEMICAL POTENTIAL A NUMBER OF BOILING WATER REACTORS (BWRS) SUGGEST THAT THE WATER CHEMISTRY OF THE PRIMARY COOLANT OF EACH BWR MAY BE UNIQUE WITH RESPECT TO ITS ABILITY TO FACILITATE IGSCC AND/ OR MAY CHANGE

    SBC: Michael Fox            Topic: N/A

    IN-REACTOR MEASUREMENTS INVOLVING ELECTROCHEMICAL POTENTIAL A NUMBER OF BOILING WATER REACTORS (BWRS) SUGGEST THAT THE WATER CHEMISTRY OF THE PRIMARY COOLANT OF EACH BWR MAY BE UNIQUE WITH RESPECT TO ITS ABILITY TO FACILITATE IGSCC AND/ OR MAY CHANGE WITH REACTOR OPERATING TIME OR AGE. THE WORK PROPOSED IS TO GATHER, REVIEW, ORGANIZE, COMPILE, C COMPUTERIZE, AND ANALYZE IN-REACTOR DATA PERTAINING ...

    SBIR Phase I 1985 Nuclear Regulatory Commission
  5. METHODS TO UNDERSTAND AND ANALYZE AGING EFFECTS

    SBC: Sea Consultants            Topic: N/A

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    SBIR Phase I 1985 Nuclear Regulatory Commission
  6. PROBABILITY OF FLOODS WITH VERY LONG RETURN PERIODS

    SBC: Linsley Kraeger Associates Ltd            Topic: N/A

    THIS PROPOSAL IS DIRECTED TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF A PROCEDURE FOR GENERATING LONG STREAMFLOW SEQUENCES. IT IS PROPOSED TO FIRST DEVELOP A LONG SEQUENCE OF HOURLY RAINFALL BY STOCHASTIC METHODS AND TO TRANSFORM THIS RAINFALL SEQUENCE INTO STREAMFLOW WITH A DETERMINISTIC HYDROLOGIC MODEL. PHASE I WILL FOCUS ON THE A STOCHASTIC RAINFALL MODEL CAPABLE OF DEVELOPING RAINFALL SEQUENCES AT MULTIPLE SITES. ...

    SBIR Phase II 1985 Nuclear Regulatory Commission
  7. "EXTENDING A HCLPF-BASED SEISMIC MARGIN REVIEW TO ANALYZE PLANT DAMAGE STATES AND THE ROLE OF HUMAN FACTORS AND NON-SEISMIC FAILURES"

    SBC: Future Resources Associate Inc            Topic: N/A

    TECHNIQUES HAVE RECENTLY BEEN DEVELOPED TO ANALYZE THE 'SEISMIC MARGIN' OF A NUCLEAR POWER PLANT USING THE HCLPF CONCEPT (HIGH CONFIDENCE OF A LOW PROBABILITY OF FAILURE). STARTING WITH AN EARTHQUAKE LEVEL SHOSEN FOR MARGIN REVIEW, THE TECHNIQUE DETERMINES WHETHER THE PLANT CAN OR CANNOT 'WITHSTAND THE REVIEW-EARTHQUAKE WITHOUT CORE DAMAGE. HERE 'WITHSTAND' MEANS 'WITHSTAND WITH A HIGH CONFIDENCE ...

    SBIR Phase II 1987 Nuclear Regulatory Commission
  8. "SEVERE ACCIDENT PHENOMENA: NATURAL CIRCULATION IN REACTOR COOLANT SYSTEM"

    SBC: Fluid Physics Ind.            Topic: N/A

    A RESEARCH PROGRAM IS PROPOSED FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A VALIDATED METHODOLOGY FOR PREDICTING THE EX-VESSEL BUOYANCY-DRIVEN FLOWS IN THE HOT LEG AND STEAM GENERATOR OF A WESTINGHOUSE PLANT, AND IN THE CANDY CANE HOT LEG OF A B&W PLANT. THE PROPOSED PHASE I WORK PLAN CONSISTS OF (A) REVIEWING AVAILABLE WESTINGHOUSE EXPERIMENTAL DATA AND SIMULATING THE EXPERIMENTAL CONFIGURATION, (B) VALIDATING THE M ...

    SBIR Phase I 1987 Nuclear Regulatory Commission
  9. Research and Testing of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) for the Delivery of Food and Supplies in Support of Contingency Operations

    SBC: Volans-i, Inc.            Topic: DLA183011

    Volans-I operates a fleet of VTOL, autonomous logistics UAS, capable of autonomous navigation and delivery of mission critical supplies (20+ lbs) over the horizon and from distances in excess of 500 miles. Their systems are able to conduct fully autonomous deliveries in numerous austere conditions including moving target ship-to-ship operations as well as GPS and communications denied environments ...

    SBIR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
  10. Reverse Engineering Technical Data Packages for Source Development of SPMultipleThrow Switches for PAVE PAWS NSN: 5985-01-070-7448 and 5985-01-056-7721

    SBC: MICROWAVE APPLICATIONS GROUP INC            Topic: DLA183003

    Microwave Applications Group designs and manufactures Radar Systems, subsystems and components for the Department of Defense by supplying to the primes. We have the capabilities to design and manufacture parts no longer supported by the original supplier by either building to print, requiring reverse engineering to develop replacements for materials that are no longer available, or reverse enginee ...

    SBIR Phase I 2019 Department of DefenseDefense Logistics Agency
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