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  1. Modular Advanced Oxidation Unit for Water Recycling in Aquaculture and Other Industries

    SBC: PANCOPIA, INC.            Topic: C5419e

    In recent years, recirculating aquaculture systems have gained ground and are revolutionizing the seafood industry by treating and reusing tank water, allowing for increased control of water quality and ability to optimize growth conditions, and are opening the door for inland areas to engage in seafood production. These recirculating systems require highly efficient water treatment that removes p ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 Department of Energy
  2. Highest throughput lowest product cost MOCVD superconductor wire production tool


    Statement of the problem or situation that is being addressed in your application: Higher quality high temperature superconducting wires of greater lengths are needed for magnets used in particle accelerators. The technology used in the production of Rare Earth Barium Copper Oxide high temperature conducting tapes is limited in production capacity and throughput at high quality. Manufacturers and ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 Department of Energy
  3. Integrated, remote workflow for NEAMS applications

    SBC: Coreform LLC            Topic: C5436b

    The Department of Energy’s (DOE) next-generation nuclear simulation tools radically improve engineers’ ability to predict the behavior of current and future nuclear reactor designs. Among other advantages, these tools are able to utilize high-performance computing (HPC) resources, enabling analysts to extend advanced modeling and simulation to the complex, interdependent multiscale and multiph ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 Department of Energy
  4. Displacing Internal, Auxiliary Combustion Engines on Commercial Vehicles

    SBC: SOL-GO, INC.            Topic: C5415a

    The commercial vehicle industry in the US and elsewhere is facing significant challenges. This industry provides vehicles critical to the US economy such as refrigerated trucks, emergency vehicles, and construction equipment. The key challenges are: 1) Local, state and federal agencies are mandating zero or low emissions while idling in order to improve air quality for the US population. 2) An inc ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 Department of Energy
  5. Valorization of novel streams of algae biomass byproduct through incorporation into the Living Ink algae-derived pigment production process

    SBC: LIVING INK TECHNOLOGIES, INC.            Topic: C5412a

    Currently, companies that grow algae for value-add products generate algal biomass streams that has little to no value within commercial markets. Often, these companies see the byproduct as a liability that is often destined for landfills, which negatively impacts the sustainability and economics of algae production. This grant will employ novel strategies that convert domestic algal biomass bypro ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 Department of Energy
  6. 14a Reliable fabrication of all-solid-state lithium batteries with high cell-level specific energy

    SBC: LIBEYOND LLC            Topic: C5414a

    All-solid-state lithium metal batteries are projected to be one of the most energy-dense rechargeable batteries, hence a promising candidate to support commercialization of electric vehicles. A key technical barrier for all-solid-state lithium metal batteries to hit the projected specific energy target is to fabricate solid-state electrolyte membranes that are 10% thinner than those used in typica ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 Department of Energy
  7. 36(f): Development of a Robust Thermodynamic Reference Electrode for Fluoride-based Molten Salt Applications

    SBC: Alpha Tech Research Corp            Topic: C5436f

    Problem Statement: The operational lifetime of thermodynamic reference electrodes (TREs) is short in molten salt environments—usually less than 200 hours. One of the main reasons for the short lifetime is that the reference chemistry is not stable. Without a stable TRE, electrochemical measurement techniques are severely limited. Project Approach: AlphaTech Research Corp is proposing the further ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 Department of Energy
  8. Disadvantaged Community Bioenergy Feedstock Consortium in Urban Areas

    SBC: RE-N-VISION LLC            Topic: C5407a

    Problem: Urban communities, outside of institutions of higher education located in urban centers, generally are not participating in the bioenergy sector especially as it relates to producing plant-based feedstock. They are generally plagued with overgrown vegetation and dilapidation, and they lack clear access to advances in technology as it relates to bioenergy cultivation. Phase I: Re-N-Vision, ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 Department of Energy
  9. Developing and applying deep learning time-frequency denoising tools to DAS data to enhance passive seismic signals for seismic hazard analysis and reservoir characterization

    SBC: Zanskar Geothermal & Minerals, Inc.            Topic: C5423c

    Better seismic characterization tools are needed to assess the seismic hazards of those sites before major investments are made to prevent large economic losses (and possible human life losses) that would occur if moderate to large earthquake events are induced. Fiber optic sensing for seismic monitoring (distributed acoustic sensing; DAS) is revolutionizing seismology today but despite undeniable ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 Department of Energy
  10. Omni-Spatial Interference Removal Integrated System (OSIRIS)

    SBC: Pareto Frontier, Llc            Topic: N201018

    In support of achieving the Phase I objective, to identify and solidify a robust, comprehensive Space-Time-Adaptive-Processing (STAP) design geared for the target platform, Pareto Frontier has developed the Omni-Spatial-Interference-Removing-Integrated-System (OSIRIS) core algorithm that satisfies project constraints with high-efficiency and performance. The OSIRIS core developed is a product of e ...

    SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of DefenseNavy
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