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  1. ULTRAVIOLET ABSORPTION HYGROMETER: AN IMPROVED ATMOSPHERIC MOISTURE SENSOR

    SBC: SPECTRAL SCIENCES, INC            Topic: N/A

    THIS PROPOSAL ADDRESSES THE NEED FOR AN IMPROVED INSTRUMENT TO MEASURE ATMOSPHERIC WATER VAPOR CONTENT. THE ULTRAVIOLET ABSORPTION HYGROMETER IS DESIGNED TO FULFILL THE REQUIREMENT FOR A COMPACT, RUGGED, RELIABLE SENSOR WITH A WIDE DYNAMIC RANGE WHICH CAN BE OPERATED IN A FIELD OR LABORATORY ENVIRONMENT. THIS HYGROMETER WORKS ON THE PRINCIPLE OF THE DIFFERENTIAL ABSORPTION OF ULTRAVIOLET (UV) RADI ...

    SBIR Phase II 1985 Department of Energy
  2. A SPARK DISCHARGE DEVICE IS PROPOSED FOR A FAST SENSOR FOR TRACE CONCENTRATIONS OF CHEMICAL AGENTS IN DEEP BASING APPLICATIONS.

    SBC: SPECTRAL SCIENCES, INC            Topic: N/A

    A SPARK DISCHARGE DEVICE IS PROPOSED FOR A FAST SENSOR FOR TRACE CONCENTRATIONS OF CHEMICAL AGENTS IN DEEP BASING APPLICATIONS. THE TECHNIQUE WOULD EMPLOY ATOMIC EMISSION DETECTION OF ARSENIC (AS), PHOSPHORUS (P), CHLORINE (CL), AND FLUORINE (F), WHICH ARE MAJOR COMPONENTS OF THESE AGENTS. THE SPARK METHOD IS WELL-ESTABLISHED, HAVING BEEN EMPLOYED BY SEVERAL WORKERS TO DETECT THESE SPECIES, AND AL ...

    SBIR Phase I 1984 Department of DefenseAir Force
  3. A SPARK DISCHARGE DEVICE IS CONSIDERED AS A SENSOR FOR WATERVAPOR CONTAMINATION OF HIGH PRESSURE HELIUM GAS COOLANT IN HTGR'S (HIGH TEMPERATUE GAS REACTORS).

    SBC: SPECTRAL SCIENCES, INC            Topic: N/A

    A SPARK DISCHARGE DEVICE IS CONSIDERED AS A SENSOR FOR WATERVAPOR CONTAMINATION OF HIGH PRESSURE HELIUM GAS COOLANT IN HTGR'S (HIGH TEMPERATUE GAS REACTORS). IT IS NECESSARY TO CAREFULLY MONITOR WATER VAPOR LEVELS SINCE MORE THAN A FEW PARTS PER MILLION ADVERSELY AFFECTS REACTOR GRAPHITE STRUCTURES AND FUEL ASSEMBLIES. THE TECHNIQUE WOULD EMPLOY OPTICAL DETECTION OF HYDROXYL (OH) OR ATOMIC OXYGEN ...

    SBIR Phase I 1983 Department of Energy
  4. INFRARED MOISTURE MONITOR

    SBC: SPECTRAL SCIENCES, INC            Topic: N/A

    SMALL CONCENTRATIONS OF WATER VAPOR IN THE HELIUM LOOPS OF AHIGH TEMPERATURE GAS REACTOR (HTGR) CAN ADVERSELY EFFECT THEFUEL ASSEMBLIES AND GRAPHITE STRUCTURES. SHORTCOMINGS IN THE PRESENT MOISTURE MONITOR MAKE IT DESIRABLE TO EXPLORE OTHER TECHNIQUES. WE PRESENT A METHOD BASED ON BROADBAND INFRARED ABSORPTION OF H(2)O IN THE 2.7 UM REGION WHICH IS RELIABLE, RELATIVELY INEXPENSIVE, AND SENSITIVE O ...

    SBIR Phase II 1984 Department of Energy
  5. DURING THE PRELAUNCH CHECKOUT OF THE SPACE SHUTTLE, IT IS CONTINUALLY FLUSHED WITH DRY N(2) IN ORDER TO PREVENT THE BUILDUP OF AN EXPLOSIVE CONCENTRATION OF THE H(2) AND O(2) PROPELLANTS DUE TO LEAKAGE.

    SBC: SPECTRAL SCIENCES, INC            Topic: N/A

    DURING THE PRELAUNCH CHECKOUT OF THE SPACE SHUTTLE, IT IS CONTINUALLY FLUSHED WITH DRY N(2) IN ORDER TO PREVENT THE BUILDUP OF AN EXPLOSIVE CONCENTRATION OF THE H(2) AND O(2) PROPELLANTS DUE TO LEAKAGE. IN ORDER TO DETECT ANY POSSIBLELEAKS, THE FLUSHING GAS IS CONTINUOUSLY SAMPLED TO MAKE SURETHAT THE H(2) AND O(2) CONCENTRATIONS ARE BELOW 500 PARTS PER MILLION. A MASS SPECTROMETER IS PRESENTLY US ...

    SBIR Phase I 1983 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  6. HHC INFRARED VAPOR/AEROSOL MONITOR

    SBC: SPECTRAL SCIENCES, INC            Topic: N/A

    BECAUSE OF POTENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS FROM THE LARGE QUANTITIES OF HCL RELEASED INTO THE ATOMOSPHERE FROM SPACE SHUTTLE LAUNCHES, IT IS IMPORTANT TO MONITOR THE TRANSPORT OF HCL IN BOTH VAPOR AND AEROSOL FORM INTO THE SURROUNDING AREAS. THE MAJOR OBJECTIVES OF PHASE I ARE TO EXPERIMENTALLY DEMONSTRATE A NOVEL INFRARED LIGHT SOURCE AND TO DESIGN AN HCL VAPOR/AEROSOL MONITOR, BASED ON THE NEW I ...

    SBIR Phase II 1985 Department of DefenseAir Force
  7. FUEL DUMPS AS AN OPTICAL OBSCURANT

    SBC: SPECTRAL SCIENCES, INC            Topic: N/A

    THE VENTING OF ROCKET FUEL (OR OTHER SUITABLE LIQUIDS) IS PROPOSED AS A TECHNIQUE FOR OPTICAL OBSCURATION AT HIGH ALTITUDES. AS A LIQUID IS RELEASED IN SPACE, IT UNDERGOES A FLASH EVAPORATION AND SUBSEQUENT COOLING WHICH RESULTS IN A CLOUD OF VAPOR AND PARTICLES. RADIATION CAN POTENTIALLY RESULT FROM: (1) VIBRATIONALLY EXCITED MOLECULES RESULTING FROM COLLISIONS WITH THE ATMOSPHERE AND CHEMILUMINE ...

    SBIR Phase II 1986 Department of DefenseAir Force
  8. IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION

    SBC: SPECTRAL SCIENCES, INC            Topic: N/A

    AIRCRAFT FUEL LEAKS REPRESENT A SIGNIFICANT FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD. AT PRESENT, IF A LEAK IS SUSPECTED IN AN EQUIPMENT-FILLED AIRCRAFT BAY, IT IS NECESSARY TO REMOVE THE EQUIPMENT BEFORE BEING ABLE TO CHARACTERIZE WHAT MAY BE A LEAK THAT IS SMALL ENOUGH NOT TO BE OF CONCERN. THIS COULD RESULT IN WASTED MANPOWER AND EXCESSIVE AIRCRAFT DOWN TIME. THE PROPOSED INSTRUMENT IS DESIGNED TO FULFILL THE ...

    SBIR Phase I 1986 Department of DefenseAir Force
  9. ICE FORMATION ON ROADWAYS AND RUNWAYS IS A PARTICULARLY INSIDIOUS PROBLEM BECAUSE ITS PRESENCE IS OFTEN UNKNOWN TO A VEHICLE OPERATOR.

    SBC: SPECTRAL SCIENCES, INC            Topic: N/A

    ICE FORMATION ON ROADWAYS AND RUNWAYS IS A PARTICULARLY INSIDIOUS PROBLEM BECAUSE ITS PRESENCE IS OFTEN UNKNOWN TO A VEHICLE OPERATOR. QUICK DETECTION OF ICE OR CONDITIONS FAVORING ITS FORMATION WILL ALLOW FOR TIMELY APPLICATION OF DEICING COMPOUNDS. THIS NOT ONLY IMPROVES SAFETY, BUT IT ALSO REDUCES MANPOWER, EQUIPMENT, AND CHEMICAL COSTS BY OPTIMIZING THE TIMING AND METHOD OF TREATMENT. WE PROPO ...

    SBIR Phase I 1986 Department of DefenseArmy
  10. HYDROGEN LASER MONITORING SYSTEM

    SBC: SPECTRAL SCIENCES, INC            Topic: N/A

    THERE IS A NEED TO PROVIDE AN ACCURATE DETECTOR FOR HYDROGEN(H2) GAS TO MONITOR FOR FLAMMABILITY CONDITIONS IN THE CHECK-OUT AND LAUNCHING OF SPACE VECHICLES. BY USING RAMAN SCATTERING OF A HENE LASER BEAM H2 CONCENTRATION MAY BE ACCURATELY MEASURED. THE INTENSITY OF THE RAMAN SIGNAL IS DIRECTLY PROPORTIONAL TO H2 CONCENTRATION AND INDEPENDENT OFTHE BACKGROUND GAS. RECENT ADVANCES IN SIZE, COST AN ...

    SBIR Phase II 1988 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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