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  1. Nanocomposite Coatings for Low-Cost Motor Windings in Electric Vehicles

    SBC: ENGI-MAT CO            Topic: 06g

    Electric vehicles, including hybrids in the nearer term, are the principal transportation technology by which the United States can become independent of foreign oil, can become energy independent overall, and can effect control over greenhouse emissions. For this to become reality, electric vehicle costs need to come down and performance needs to go up. For electric vehicle motors, the goals are ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 Department of Energy
  2. Multicomponent Nanomanufactured Drop-in Lubricant Technology for Enhancing Engine Friction Reduction

    SBC: NanoMech, Inc.            Topic: 06h

    The objective of this Phase I project is to demonstrate feasibility to design and develop novel nanomanufactured multicomponent lubricant additives applicable for engine, especially engineered as additive for enhancing engine economy with at least 3%. This economy will be enhanced through the power of nanosized multicomponent (multi-chemistry/macromolecular) lubricating agents launching into the i ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 Department of Energy
  3. Field-Assembled Component-Based Rotor Blades

    SBC: Wetzel Engineering, Inc.            Topic: 08a

    Wetzel Engineering, Inc., proposes research and development to engineer very large wind turbine rotor blades for land-based machines that avoid expensive and logistically challenging transportation requirements. The proposed solution combines two technologies: Sectional component-based assembly of large wind turbine rotor blades ( & gt;65m length) using design approaches adapted from aerospace co ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 Department of Energy
  4. Compact, Low-power, Offshore 3D Wind Sensor

    SBC: BOULDER NONLINEAR SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: 08b

    Existing remote wind sensors are too bulky and power-hungry to be incorporated in many of the platforms where they are needed. Therefore, precision wide-area wind profiles are difficult to collect, which currently limits optimi zation of offshore wind power generation, as well as, the precision of data for weather models. The proposed effort will address this problem by developing an architecture ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 Department of Energy
  5. Realization of Mulitlayer High Temperature Capacitors with New Dielectric Materials and Novel Thermal Spray Deposition Route

    SBC: DRS RESEARCH            Topic: 01a

    The main focus of this STTR is to design, develop, and evaluate high temperature capacitors using novel thermal spray coating processes, which will allow the devices to meet the performance requirements. Multilayer coating architecture will be adopted and the electrodes and dielectric material selections will be screened in Phase I to note material compatibility and high temperature performance. ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of Energy
  6. A Pilot-Scale, High-Pressure, Biomass Slurry Pump

    SBC: AERODYNE RESEARCH INC            Topic: 03b

    Aerodyne Research Inc. (ARI) and Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) propose to design a high- pressure slurry pump for the delivery of biomass solids into a high-pressure hydrothermal reactor for biofuel production. Biomass conversion techniques involving a hydrothermal phase have many advantages over other biomass conversion methods: they do not require the costly sugar release pre- ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of Energy
  7. A Wireline-Deployed Tool for Monitoring Fluid Flow within an EGS Borehole

    SBC: Fluidtracer, Inc.            Topic: 05a

    Critical to determining the success of an EGS well is the measurement of the flow distribution along the open-hole length of that well. Knowledge of not only the depth but the spacing of intersected fractures is required in order to determine the sweep efficiency of fluids flowing through the reservoir. Currently, the only device available for measuring fluid flow within a geothermal wellbore is t ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of Energy
  8. Novel Module Architecture Development for Increased Reliability and Reduced Costs

    SBC: Creative Light Source, Inc            Topic: 07a

    Statement of Problem: The US DOE has set a goal to advance photovoltaics (PV) technology to reach installed costs of less than $1/Watt. This requires module costs below $0.50/ Watt. Thin film PV provides the lowest documented production cost per watt ($0.67) of any PV technology. Module reliability has a direct impact on the levalized cost of energy (LCOE), or the cost of the energy produced by ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of Energy
  9. Practical Fiber Delivered Laser Ignition Systems for Vehicles

    SBC: Seaforth LLC            Topic: 08b

    Improved ignition methods are needed for advanced vehicle combustion systems, in particular those that allow reliable ignition of lean mixtures in gasoline engines at elevated pressures. Laser ignition is a candidate technology having the potential to address these needs. However, despite more than 40 years of laser ignition research, the technology is not yet in commercial use. A critical proble ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of Energy
  10. High Capacity Sorbent and Process for CO2 Capture

    SBC: ENVERGEX LLC            Topic: 16b

    This Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR/STTR) project targets the development of a novel ultra-high capacity sorbents and technology for CO2 capture and separation from combustion-derived flue gas. In the US, coal-fired power plants represent about 42% of the electricity generated but contribute about 75% of the CO2 emissions. DOE is supporting development of sorbent technologies that will d ...

    STTR Phase I 2013 Department of Energy
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