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  1. Modeling and Design Tool for Bio-Based Construction Products

    SBC: KARAGOZIAN & CASE, INC.            Topic: A21CT020

    As bio-based composites see increased use in protective design more robust material data sets and alternative analysis tools are needed.  Improved material characterization and the capability to evaluate close-in effects will enable engineers to evaluate a broader set of design configurations and loading conditions.  Three technical objectives are proposed: comprehensively characterize the balli ...

    STTR Phase II 2023 Department of DefenseArmy
  2. Skill In a Flash (SIF)

    SBC: IZEN AI, INC.            Topic: C5210b

    The lack of skilled workers at all levels is challenging the growth of the U.S. bioeconomy. It is disproportionately affecting small and rural businesses that cannot afford higher-priced labor and who don’t have the means to train the new labor force on their own. There is also a need for increasing representation and inclusivity in the bioeconomy. This project demonstrates a unique approach to ...

    SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Energy
  3. Physical layer Authentication of Wired Networks (PAWN)


    Today, much of the United States’ most critical infrastructure is at risk of cyberattack from the insertion of unauthorized, malicious devices into operational technology networks due to a lack of suitable commercially available protection solutions. Critical infrastructure networks help to monitor and control the cyber-physical systems that comprise energy distribution facilities, oil pipelines ...

    SBIR Phase II 2020 Department of Energy
  4. High Temperature Alloy-Interface Characterization in Molten Salt Reactors by Radiation Resistant Fiber Optic Sensors

    SBC: FIESLER EMILE            Topic: C4720e

    For clean, compact, molten salt nuclear reactors, MSRs, and small modular reactors to offer continuous energy to bridge inevitable gaps in intermittent renewable energy sources, their safety and reliability must be ensured. MSRs have highly corrosive salts making the structuralmaterials prone to corrosive damage. In-situ characterization of their structural integrity, preferably continuously, and ...

    SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Energy
  5. Innovative Aerogel Production for Low-cost and High-R Insulation

    SBC: OPTOWARES INC            Topic: C5213b

    Aerogel is a solid with nanometer-sized pores that exhibits many unusual and useful properties including lightweightness and high R-insulation value. However, the conventional aerogels often are very brittle and dusty, require very expensive material feedstocks, and utilize complex and costly manufacturing processes. The most expensive manufacturing step to prepare a silica aerogel is CO2-based su ...

    SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Energy
  6. An Instrumental Platform for Identifying, Collecting, and Analyzing Particles with Micron and Submicron Dimensions

    SBC: WYONICS LLC            Topic: C5206c

    1. Problem Statement Many technological fields would benefit greatly from an instrumental platform capable manipulating particles with µm- to nm-scale dimensions in a non-destructive, non-contaminating manner. A prime example is the field of nuclear forensics, where the elemental/isotopic analysis of individual µm-scale particles of actinide-containing materials is critical to ongoing nuclear no ...

    SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Energy
  7. Computational Materials Design of Functionally Graded Structures for Enhanced Cooling of Plasma Facing Components via Additive Manufacturing

    SBC: QUESTEK INNOVATIONS LLC            Topic: 23a

    Nuclear fusion has the potential to provide an abundant supply of clean, low-cost energy. Localized stresses induced by the large difference in coefficient of expansion between the shielding material (tungsten) and cooling structure material (steel or Cu) during thermal cycling associated with normal operation can lead to cracking at the joint interface, potentially resulting in failure of the pla ...

    SBIR Phase II 2020 Department of Energy
  8. Wrap-able, Radiation-Resistant Electrical Insulators for Superconducting Magnet Applications

    SBC: INNOSENSE CORPORATION            Topic: C5229a

    Statement of the problem or situation that is being addressed: The Department of Energy, Office of Fusion Energy Sciences is seeking the development of wrap-able radiation-resistant electrical insulators for superconducting magnet coils used in fusion energy reactor systems. These insulators must: (1) exhibit low gas generation under irradiation, (2) have higher pot life, and (3) exhibit attribute ...

    STTR Phase II 2022 Department of Energy
  9. Solar River, CSSP Canal Spanning Solar Power

    SBC: TECTONICUS CONSTRUCTS LLC            Topic: 12e

    Our farmers are economically stressed, a recent Department of Agriculture report plots out how land prices have steadily increased, almost tripling since 1990, yet farm cash income has turned volatile and recently sunk back down to 1990 numbers. This economic constriction puts immense pressure on our rural small landholders to increase economic output per acre. Solar power at small and medium scal ...

    SBIR Phase II 2020 Department of Energy

    SBC: HIT NANO INC            Topic: C5016b

    Concentrated solar (CS) for power generation (CSP), coupling CS to high-temperature industrial processes, and harnessing thermal energy from industrial waste heat streams requires advanced thermal energy storage technologies that operate at high temperatures (500 to 1200 °C). A promising solution is reversible thermochemical gas-solid reactions based on metal oxides, carbonates etc., where endoth ...

    SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Energy
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