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  1. A PROBABILISTIC SITE CHARACTERIZATION SYSTEM

    SBC: HALEY & ALDRICH OF NEW YORK            Topic: N/A

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    SBIR Phase I 1984 National Science Foundation
  2. RESEARCH ON NOVEL SOFT X-RAY DETECTORS DERIVED ROM IONOMET'SEXPERIENCE IN LITHOGRAPHY AND PARTICLE DETECTION ARE HEREIN PROPOSED IN ANSWER TO THE EMPHATIC NEED FOR SIGNIFICANT GAINS IN THE DETECTIVITY AND SIGNAL TO NOISE RATIO OF AVAILABLE SOFT

    SBC: Imet Corp.            Topic: N/A

    RESEARCH ON NOVEL SOFT X-RAY DETECTORS DERIVED ROM IONOMET'SEXPERIENCE IN LITHOGRAPHY AND PARTICLE DETECTION ARE HEREIN PROPOSED IN ANSWER TO THE EMPHATIC NEED FOR SIGNIFICANT GAINS IN THE DETECTIVITY AND SIGNAL TO NOISE RATIO OF AVAILABLE SOFT X-RAY-SENSITIVE MATERIALS. IMPROVED INSIGHT (OVER THE ELECTRON MICROSCOPE) INTO LIVING AND MANMADE MICROSTRUCTURES IS IMPLICIT DUE TO THE SELECTIVE HIGH AB ...

    SBIR Phase I 1985 National Science Foundation
  3. SECURITY MEASURES

    SBC: Indala Corp            Topic: N/A

    THE PROBLEM IS TO REMOTELY AND ACCURATELY IDENTIFY PASSENGERBAGGAGE MOVING ON A CONVEYOR TO PERMIT AUTOMATIC HANDLING AND SORTING. READING IS FURTHER COMPLICATED SINCE THE BAGGAGE TAG MUST BE READ AT ANY ORIENTATION AT A DISTANCE OFAPPROXIMATELY 2-3 FEET AND IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO METAL. IT IS INTENDED TO APPLY ELECTROSTATIC COUPLING AS THE DATA TRANSMISSION MEANS BETWEEN TAG AND READER SINCE UNLIK ...

    SBIR Phase I 1987 Department of Transportation
  4. THE PRESENT PROPOSAL INVESTIGATES A NOVEL CYCLON WHICH IS DESIGNED TO PROVIDE A NEARLY CONSTANT EFFICIENCY IN A BROAD RANGE OF FEED RATE VARIATIONS.

    SBC: Innovative Technology Lab            Topic: N/A

    THE PRESENT PROPOSAL INVESTIGATES A NOVEL CYCLON WHICH IS DESIGNED TO PROVIDE A NEARLY CONSTANT EFFICIENCY IN A BROAD RANGE OF FEED RATE VARIATIONS. THE RESULTED IMPROVEMENT WOULD ELIMINATE THE MOST UNDESIRABLE FEATURE IN THE EXISTING CYCLONE SEPARATORS, NAMELY THEIR DEFFICIENCYIN SEPARATION PERFORMANCE AT OFF-DESIGN FEED RATES. THE PROPOSED CYCLONE SEPARATOR INCLUDES A SPRING LOADED MOVEABLEEND P ...

    SBIR Phase I 1984 National Science Foundation
  5. STRUCTURAL APPLICATION OF FIBER REINFORCING ORGANIC MATRIX COMPOSITES

    SBC: Koford Engineering            Topic: N/A

    THIS PROJECT INVOLVES FORMULATION OF HIGH PERFORMANCE ADHESIVES WHICH CURE RAPIDLY AT AMBIENT TEMPERATURE OR SLIGHTLY ELEVATED TEMPERATURES SUCH AS CAN BE PROVIDED WITH A HEAT GUN. EMPHASIS WILL BE PLACED ON HIGH PERFORMANCE SYSTEMS INCLUDING RUBBER MODIFIED SYSTEMS AND PREPREG SYSTEMS WHICH CAN BE STORED IN FROZEN CONDITIONS AND WILL CURE IN 2 TO 4 HOURS AT ROOM TEMPERATURE. PHASE I WILL INVOLVE ...

    SBIR Phase I 1984 Department of DefenseArmy
  6. COMPONENTS MSC P 1627

    SBC: MATERIALS SCIENCES LLC            Topic: N/A

    THE PROPOSED RESEARCH PROGRAM IS DIRECTED TOWARDS IMPROVING THE DAMPING OF AUTOMOTIVE STRUCTURAL AND MECHANICAL COMPONENTS. THIS IS ACCOMPLISHED BY EXPLOITING THE STRESS COUPLING OF ANISOTROPIC COMPOSITE MATERIAL STRUCTURAL SUBSYSTEMS FOR USE IN LAMINATED CONSTRUCTIONS. THE SUBSYSTEM IS A SANDWICH COMPONENT WITH ELASTIC FACES ANDVISCOELASTIC CORE. A STRUCTURAL DESIGN IS PROPOSED WHICH WILL INCREAS ...

    SBIR Phase I 1985 National Science Foundation
  7. CURRENT RAILWAYS REHABILITATION METHODS IGNORE THE PROBLEM OF SOFT, VARIABLE SUBGRADES.

    SBC: Neosho Construction Co Inc            Topic: N/A

    CURRENT RAILWAYS REHABILITATION METHODS IGNORE THE PROBLEM OF SOFT, VARIABLE SUBGRADES. THE PROPOSED CAST-IN-PLACE MINIPILE SUPPORT SYSTEM "STIFFENS" THE SUBGRADE AND OFFERS AN INEXPENSIVE, VERSATILE ALTERNATIVE TO THE COSTLY, CONVENTIONAL USE OF THICKENED BALLAST SECTIONS, GROUTING, AND GEOTEXTILES. AS PROPOSED, MINIATURE CONCRETE PILES WILL BE CONSTRUCTED OFSELF-CEMENTING TYPE C FLY ASH AT VARYI ...

    SBIR Phase I 1985 National Science Foundation
  8. AN ENHANCER FOR DISCRETE EVENT SIMULATION LANGUAGES

    SBC: NETWORK DYNAMIC, INC.            Topic: N/A

    N/A

    SBIR Phase I 1985 National Science Foundation
  9. ALTHOUGH LARGE SUMS OF MONEY ARE BEING INVESTED IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF LAND-BASED TANK CULTIVATION OF ABALONE, NO ONE HAS DEVELOPED A POLYCULTURE TECHNOLOGY FOR LARGE-SCALE IN-THE-SEA CULTIVATION OF BOTH ABALONE AND ITS MACROALGAL FOODS.

    SBC: Neushul Mariculture Inc.            Topic: N/A

    ALTHOUGH LARGE SUMS OF MONEY ARE BEING INVESTED IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF LAND-BASED TANK CULTIVATION OF ABALONE, NO ONE HAS DEVELOPED A POLYCULTURE TECHNOLOGY FOR LARGE-SCALE IN-THE-SEA CULTIVATION OF BOTH ABALONE AND ITS MACROALGAL FOODS. WE PROPOSE TO TEST THE FEASIBILITY OF ABALONE-ALGAE POLYCULTURE INTHE SEA USING INNOVATIVE MARINE FARMS THAT SUPPORT SPECIAL PLASTIC AND FIBERGLASS-MESH CONTAINERS ...

    SBIR Phase I 1985 National Science Foundation
  10. ADAPTIVE GRID GENERATION FROM HARMONIC MAPS ON RIEMANNIAN MANIFOLDS

    SBC: CREARE LLC            Topic: N/A

    THE RESULTS OBTAINED TO DATE BY VARIOUS AUTHORS INDICATE CLEARLY THAT NUMERICAL SOLUTIONS ARE MORE ACCURATE AND RE QUIRE MUCH LESS COMPUTER TIME AND STORAGE WHEN THE GRID POINTS ARE PROPERLY LOCATED. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SOLU- TION OVER A REAL TIME PATH OR ITERATIVE PROCESS (FALSE TIME PATH) REQUIRES THE MESH NODES TO MOVE DYNAMICALLY IN THE PROPER POSITION AT EACH ITERATION OR INSTANCE OF TIME. ...

    SBIR Phase I 1987 National Science Foundation
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