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  1. 11.a. X-ray Beamline Control with an Online Model for Automated Tuning and Reconfiguration

    SBC: RADIASOFT LLC            Topic: 11a

    X-ray beamlines comprise crucial components of the four synchrotron light sources (ALS, NSLS-II, APS, and SSRL) operated by the US Department of Energy. These high precision instruments require careful alignment and calibration, which is a slow, error prone process that wastes precious time and beam availability resources. The goal of this project is to create rapid beamline modeling tools that ma ...

    SBIR Phase II 2021 Department of Energy
  2. Improvements to Weapon System Readiness Assessment Vehicles (WSRAV)

    SBC: VALLEY TECH SYSTEMS INC            Topic: SCO192001

    DoD’s push to develop new weapon systems has spawned the need for low cost technologies for Readiness Assessment Vehicles (RAV’s) that meet future testing requirements. To address this need Valley Tech Systems (VTS) is proposing the development of an innovative smart thruster that includes a new Distributed Electronic Thruster Architecture (DETA) technology that enables attractive cost and pro ...

    SBIR Phase II 2021 Department of DefenseStrategic Capabilities Office
  3. Stable High-Temperature Molten Salt Reference Electrodes

    SBC: HIFUNDA LLC            Topic: 22c

    Thermodynamic, high-temperature reference electrodes (HTRE) with lifetimes of up to 6 months are necessary for monitoring the redox potential of nuclear- relevant, molten salts at elevated temperatures for corrosion control. Unfortunately, robust thermodynamic HTRE for this challenging application are not commercially available which inhibits the development and deployment of next-generation, molt ...

    SBIR Phase II 2021 Department of Energy
  4. Design and fabrication of the HDSoC- High Density digitizer System-on-Chip

    SBC: NALU SCIENTIFIC, LLC            Topic: 32b

    Nalu Scientific will develop the “HDSoC,” a fast integrated circuit to readout several (up to 64) high-speed signals generated by particles in nuclear and high energy physics experiments. Detection of individual charged particles and photons and estimation of their properties is the basis for a wide range of scientific and commercial applications from high-energy, nuclear, and astrophysics to ...

    SBIR Phase II 2021 Department of Energy
  5. Rapid and Tunable Cooling Technology for Vacuum Furnaces


    The need for high temperature furnaces for neutron scattering experiments has been increasing considerably. One of the major limiting factors of these furnaces is the cooling rate. Currently, the vacuum furnace relies on the radiation to dissipate heat, takes at least 5 hours to cool the furnace to room temperature resulting in significant limitation of using expensive neutron beam time. To tackle ...

    SBIR Phase II 2021 Department of Energy
  6. Spouted Bed Reactor Designs for Thermal Desorption of Mercury Compounds


    Thermal desorption using spouted bed reactor has demonstrated a reduction of 65% Mercury, 28% Sulfur, 43% Arsenic, and 45% Lead content from bituminous coal. Further development is needed to improve the commercialization of the developed technology: (1) improve thermal desorption capability to high-moisture lignite and anthracite, (2) expand thermal desorption to soil remediation at landfill, and ...

    SBIR Phase II 2021 Department of Energy
  7. Epitaxial Alkali Antimonide Photocathode Growth and Characterization

    SBC: EUCLID BEAMLABS LLC            Topic: 09a

    Photocathodes excel at emitting bright electron beams, but transverse momenta are unavoidably nonzero. Ultra-low transverse emittance 𝜀𝑛,𝑥 would enable brighter, higher energy x-ray free electron lasers (FEL), better colliders, and more coherent, detailed ultrafast electron diffraction/microscopy (UED/UEM), unlocking new nanoscale discoveries. Maintaining high quantum efficiency (QE) avoi ...

    SBIR Phase II 2021 Department of Energy
  8. HPHT System for Near Dislocation Free Diamond Elements for X-Ray Optics

    SBC: EUCLID BEAMLABS LLC            Topic: 12a

    Next-generation of synchrotron and Free-Electron Laser X-ray sources will increase the peak power by several orders of magnitude. In these conditions, X-ray intensity will become too severe for the existing materials. Diamond is the most promising, if not only candidate, due to its high thermal conductivity, small thermal expansion, and low X-ray absorption. Unfortunately, the availability of larg ...

    SBIR Phase II 2021 Department of Energy
  9. Anion Exchange Membrane for High Efficiency Solar-to-Hydrogen Generation

    SBC: GINER INC            Topic: 19b

    Hydrogen is an excellent alternative to fossil fuels because it is storable, transportable, and burns cleanly, producing power without polluting the environment. Direct solar-to-hydrogen generation would enable the conversion of renewable energy and water into a storable fuel, thereby drastically reducing carbon emissions. However, solar-driven water splitting devices are hindered by lack of optim ...

    SBIR Phase II 2021 Department of Energy
  10. Energy Recovery Linac Designs and Studies for Electron Cooling of Hadron Beams

    SBC: XELERA RESEARCH LLC            Topic: 33c

    Electron cooling of the hadron beam is required in the next generation of electron-ion colliders (EICs) to maintain uninterrupted high luminosity. The method being pursued at Brookhaven Nation Laboratory’s (BNL) EIC is based on coherent electron cooling (CeC) with a high bunch-charge Energy Recovery Linac (ERL). In Phase I, Xelera Research LLC worked closely with both BNL and Thomas Jefferson Na ...

    SBIR Phase II 2021 Department of Energy
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