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  1. C56-10b Advanced Microencapsulated Carbon Sorbents (MECS) for Distributed Carbon Capture In Buildings

    SBC: IVY CAPTURE INC.            Topic: C5610b

    C56-10b-272692It is a broad goal of our country to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by fifty percent by 2030 and achieve net zero by 2050. The built environment plays a critical role in addressing this goal as our building sector accounts for thirty-six percent of national carbon dioxide emissions. Buildings also act as a reservoir of carbon dioxide where it concentrates and results in increased en ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  2. Development of a tracheal sound sensor for early detection of hypoventilation due to opioid overdose.

    SBC: RTM Vital Signs LLC            Topic: R41

    Abstract More thanAmericans died from drug overdose inand drug overdose is now the most common cause of death for people underyears old in the United StatesFurthermorethe number of overdose deaths is increasing with the rise of abuse of powerful synthetic opioidssuch as fentanylIn May ofNational Institutes of HealthNIHand National Institute on Drug AbuseNIDAdirectors DrsCollins and Volkow outlined ...

    STTR Phase I 2019 Department of Health and Human ServicesNational Institutes of Health
  3. Wearable Wireless Respiratory Monitoring System that Detects and Predicts Opioid Induced Respiratory Depression

    SBC: RTM Vital Signs LLC            Topic: NIDA

    PROJECT SUMMARY. Opioids are the most prescribed drug in US hospitals, and opioid induced respiratory depression (OIRD) is a widespread and life-threatening problem. Episodes of OIRD on the general hospital floor are common, occurring in up to 46% of patients. Despite the prevalence of this problem, OIRD has yet to be effectively addressed through monitoring technology. There is great clinical nee ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Health and Human ServicesNational Institutes of Health
  4. Integrated Female Trauma Simulation Architecture

    SBC: INFORMATION VISUALIZATION AND INNOVATIVE RESEARCH INC.            Topic: A234009

    There is no single clinical simulation system on the market today that can replicate all the clinical tasks required for proficiency for Role 1 providers specifically for female trauma training. Clinical training centers use a variety of different instructional systems including manikins and virtual reality systems. Many of these systems were commercially produced using proprietary technology, lim ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of DefenseArmy
  5. ADIABATIC WANKEL TYPE ROTARY ENGINES

    SBC: ADIABATICS, INCORPORATED            Topic: N/A

    A CONSIDERABLE AMOUNT OF R & D WORK HAS BEEN DONE FOR THE WANKEL ROTARY ENGINE APPLICATION TO AUTOMOBILES, PLANES, ETC. RESULTING IN SIGNIFICANT PROGRESS. THE PERFORMANCE, RELIABILITY AND DURABILITY THAT THE WANKEL HAS DEMONSTRATED, HOWEVER, FALLS SHORT OF THE POPULAR DIESEL ENGINE. THE ADIABATIC, TURBOCOMPOUND CONCEPT THAT HAS BEEN DEMONSTRATED FOR THE DIESEL IS THOUGHT TO BE MORE BENEFICIAL TO T ...

    SBIR Phase II 1986 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  6. STOICHIOMETRIC DIESEL ENGINE

    SBC: ADIABATICS, INCORPORATED            Topic: N/A

    A FEASIBILITY STUDY ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF A STOICHIOMETRIC DIESEL ENGINE IS PROPOSED USING THE THERMAL IGNITION COMBUSTION CHAMBER. THE ADIABATIC DIESEL ENGINE WITHOUT WATER OR AIR COOLING ALLOWS THE THERMAL IGNITION CHAMBER TO STORE HEAT DURING COMBUSTION AND RELEASE THE ENERGY FOR IGNITION IN THE FOLLOWING CYCLE. INJECTION OF FUEL ON TO 1800-2000 DEG. F WALL TEMPERATURE WILL PREPARE THE FUEL FOR ...

    SBIR Phase II 1989 Department of DefenseArmy
  7. NOVEL- LOW NOISE, LIGHTWEIGHT, 30 KW APU

    SBC: ADIABATICS, INCORPORATED            Topic: N/A

    ADIABATICS, INC. IS PLEASED TO PROPOSE A RESEARCH PROGRAM TO DEVELOP A NOVEL "COMPACT, MINIMUM NOISE, AUXILIARY POWER UNIT (APU) FOR LIGHTWEIGHT VEHICLES." THE APU USES A COMMERCIAL DIESEL ENGINE AND AN ADVANCED GENERATOR AND NOVEL COOLING TECHNIQUES TO MEET THE STATED REQUIREMENTS. THE KEY PERSONNEL AT ADIABATICS AND SYNCHROTEK ARE WELL AWARE OF THE NEED TO REDUCE THE SIZE AND WEIGHT OF APU SYSTE ...

    SBIR Phase II 1994 Department of DefenseDefense Advanced Research Projects Agency
  8. NOVEL AIR GAP INSULATED PISTON

    SBC: ADIABATICS, INCORPORATED            Topic: N/A

    ADIABATICS, INC. IS PLEASED TO PROPOSE A RESEARCH PROGRAM TO DESIGN AN OPTIMUM PISTON FOR A HIGH TEMPERATURE MILITARY ENGINE. ADIABATICS, INC. HAS BEEN CONDUCTING A PROGRAM FOR TACOM TITLED "DEVELOPMENT OF TRIBOLOGICAL SYSTEMS AND ADVANCED HIGH TEMPERATURE IN-CYLINDER COMPONENTS FOR ADVANCED HIGH TEMPERATURE DIESEL ENGINES" FOR THE PAST FIVE YEARS. BASED ON OUR EXPERIENCE WITH DESIGNING COMPONENTS ...

    SBIR Phase II 1993 Department of DefenseArmy
  9. Advanced military diesel engine

    SBC: ADIABATICS, INCORPORATED            Topic: N/A

    A modified engine cycle based on the early intake valve closing of the Miller or the Adkinson cycle is proposed to meet the needs of the future Military Advanced Diesel Engine. The concpet involves the principle of short, effective compression with long expansion ratio to provide high brake thermal efficiency. This concept is executed by a variable timing rotary valve placed before the standard in ...

    SBIR Phase II 1995 Department of DefenseArmy
  10. High Pressure Fuel Injected Stoichiometric Engine System

    SBC: ADIABATICS, INCORPORATED            Topic: N/A

    Two major objectives of the U.S. Army is to increase power density and reduce heat rejection. Reducing airflow requirements of the deisel engine will contribute toward both of these objectives. Reducing air-fuel ratio requirements is one of the major cost effective approaches available for significantly increasing power output and reducing heat rejection in today's power output diesel engine. Po ...

    SBIR Phase II 1997 Department of DefenseArmy
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