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  1. USE OF BREAST MILK CALCIUM LEVELS TO PREDICT LABOR ONSET

    SBC: Veterinary Dynamics Inc            Topic: N/A

    THE ONSET OF LABOR IN WOMEN IS TRADITIONALLY PREDICTED FROM THE LAST MENSTRUAL PERIOD (LMP) BUT ACCORDING TO AHMED AND KLOPPER (1) THIS CAN BE QUITE INACCURATE BECAUSE OF IRREGULAR CYCLES, UNCERTAIN MEMORY, AND PREGNANCY FOLLOWING CESSATION OF ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES. WORK HAS RECENTLY BEEN COMPLETED, BY THE PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR, IN THE EQUINE SPECIES (2) WHICH SHOWS THAT THE LEVEL OF CALCIUM IN PRE ...

    SBIR Phase I 1988 Department of Health and Human Services
  2. Use of Bus Pipe Technologies to Replace Medium and High Voltage Cables

    SBC: UNITECH, LLC            Topic: N07201

    U.S. Navy has the goal of an improved power distribution system for future naval construction. This power distribution system must be designed for survivability and continuity of electrical power supply. In general, ship service electric power and future electric propulsion power requirements are approaching hundreds of megawatts. Today’s shipbuilders face major challenges with the use of standa ...

    SBIR Phase II 2010 Department of DefenseNavy
  3. Use of Bus Pipe Technologies to Replace Medium and High Voltage Cables

    SBC: UNITECH, LLC            Topic: N07201

    U.S. Navy has the goal of an improved power distribution system for future naval construction. This power distribution system must be designed for survivability and continuity of electrical power supply. In general, ship service electric power and future electric propulsion power requirements are approaching hundreds of megawatts. Today’s shipbuilders face major challenges with the use of standa ...

    SBIR Phase I 2008 Department of DefenseNavy
  4. Use of Capillary Discharge Non Thermal Plasma for Sterilization of Material

    SBC: PlasmaSol Corporation            Topic: N/A

    Current commercial sterilization units that use plasma require the use of vacuum chambers in order to generate plasma, which is stable. PlasmaSol has developed a means to maintain stable non-thermal plasma at atmospheric pressure and direct the plasma at a surface for decontamination purposes. Non-Thermal Plasmas (NTP) are ionized gases which are far from local thermodynamic equilibrium (LTE) and ...

    SBIR Phase I 2001 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  5. Use of Capillary Discharge Non Thermal Plasma for Sterilization of Material

    SBC: PlasmaSol Corporation            Topic: N/A

    Current commercial sterilization units that use plasma require the use of vacuum chambers in order to generate plasma, which is stable. PlasmaSol has developed a means to maintain stable non-thermal plasma at atmospheric pressure and direct the plasma at a surface for decontamination purposes. Non-Thermal Plasmas (NTP) are ionized gases which are far from local thermodynamic equilibrium (LTE) and ...

    SBIR Phase I 2002 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  6. Use of Capillary Discharge Non Thermal Plasma for Sterilization of Material

    SBC: PlasmaSol Corporation            Topic: N/A

    Current commercial sterilization units that use plasma require the use of vacuum chambers in order to generate plasma, which is stable. PlasmaSol has developed a means to maintain stable non-thermal plasma at atmospheric pressure and direct the plasma at a surface for decontamination purposes. Non-Thermal Plasmas (NTP) are ionized gases which are far from local thermodynamic equilibrium (LTE) and ...

    SBIR Phase II 2002 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  7. Use of Carbon Nanofibers to Improve Thermal Pathways and Reduce Weight in Radar Transmitters

    SBC: KaZaK Composites Incorporated            Topic: AF083066

    The high thermal stress created by advanced electronic systems limits their performance potential. More efficient methods of heat removal are required to cope with this problem. Recent developments in carbon nano technology offer promise of providing possible solutions. A primary bottleneck in the thermal pathway is the attachment layer between components. The attachment layer between the electron ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 Department of DefenseAir Force
  8. Use of Cellulase-containing Maize to Lower Cost of Forest Products Biofuels

    SBC: Applied Biotechnology Institute, Inc.            Topic: 81

    Fossilized hydrocarbon-based energy sources such as coal, petroleum, and natural gas provide a limited, non-renewable resource pool. This creates a somewhat precarious situation in today's political climate because supply disruptions are highly likely and could cripple the ability of our economy to function. This is regarded as a national security issue. Renewable plant biomass-derived energy ...

    SBIR Phase I 2012 Department of Agriculture
  9. USE OF CERAMIC FUEL CLADDING TO REDUCE THE SEVERITY OF LMR ACCIDENTS

    SBC: Gamma Engineering Corporation            Topic: N/A

    THIS PROJECT INVESTIGATES THE FEASIBILITY OF USING CERAMIC CLADDING MATERIALS TO REPLACE THE METALLIC CLADDING MATERIALS NOW USED WITH WATER REACTOR FUEL. SHOULD FEASIBILITY BE DETERMINED, AND EVENTUALLY COMMERCIALIZED, THE ABILITY OF WATER REACTORS TO WITHSTAND SEVERE ACCIDENTS WOULD BE ENHANCED. WITH TODAYS METAL CLAD FUEL, A RELATIVELY SHORT TIME PERIOD IS AVAILABLE AFTER A LOSS OF COOLANT ACCI ...

    SBIR Phase I 1989 Nuclear Regulatory Commission
  10. USE OF CHANNELING RADIATION AS A NOVEL, POWERFUL ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION SOURCE

    SBC: SFA, INC.            Topic: N/A

    SFA, INC. PROPOSES TO INVESTIGATE THE FEASIBILITY OF USING CHANNELING RADIATION (CR) AS A NOVEL, POWERFUL SOURCE OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION FOR A VARIETY OF IMPORTANT SCIENTIFIC AND COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS. CR IS THE RADIATIONEMITTED BY RELATIVISTIC ELECTRON (OR POSITRON) BEAMS MADE TO TRAVERSE THIN SINGLE CRYSTALS IN DIRECTIONS CLOSE TO MAJOR CRYSTAL PLANES OR AXES. PREDICTED THEORETICALLY IN 1 ...

    SBIR Phase II 1991 Department of Energy
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