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  1. Weapon Separation Evaluation Toolbox

    SBC: QUANTUM VENTURA INC            Topic: N231006

    we are proposing to develop and test a weapon separations toolbox using MATLAB/Simulink . We will develop the core modules, develop additional add-on modules (distance calculator, front-end UI, integration with other legacy systems, database storage etc.) and do a complete testing and validation. Once completed, generate highly optimized and structured source code and compile the program. Our 6DO ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of DefenseNavy
  2. Next Generation Toolset for Weapons Separation Evaluation

    SBC: SPACEWORKS ENTERPRISES INC            Topic: N231006

    Air-launch weapon system store separation dynamics need to be fully characterized to ensure safety and weapon controllability during the separation phase. The current 6-DOF store separation used by the NAVAIR’s Store Separation Branch is NAVSEP. As a legacy FORTRAN-based tool, NAVSEP lacks commercial-grade software development, documentation, support, and upkeep, nor can it take full advantage o ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of DefenseNavy
  3. 3D Multimodal Imaging with LiDAR-like Engineered Sensor (3D-Miles)

    SBC: SK Infrared LLC            Topic: N22AT020

    SK Infrared, in collaboration with subject matter experts from Ohio State University (OSU) is proposing to develop inexpensive LiDAR-like 3D imaging sensors with high depth and vertical resolution and a large field of view (FOV). The 3D Multimodal Imaging with LiDAR-like Engineered Sensor (3D-MILES) will be a novel product that can be used for reliable object detection at medium to long ranges in ...

    STTR Phase II 2023 Department of DefenseNavy
  4. Internal Surface Finishing of Additively Manufactured RF Components for Fusion Reactor Applications

    SBC: REM CHEMICALS, INC.            Topic: C5629a

    Statement of the Problem: In a reactor environment, plasma material interaction (PMI) issues associated with radio frequency (RF) coupling structures are similar to those for the first wall and have been identified as a potential problem. A primary challenge is to obtain high power, breakdown resistant density couplers with low loss compatible with fusion plasmas. Advanced manufacturing techniques ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  5. New Manufacturing Method for SiC Fiber Reinforced Ceramic Matrix Composites

    SBC: Microcvd Corporation            Topic: C5626a

    We propose a hybrid manufacturing technique that integrates a producing reinforced component in situ technique with additive manufacturing (AM), to fabricate low cost, high yield, high performance, and reliable ceramic matrix composites. The silicon carbide fibers and nano/micro particles are produced in situ during the ceramic matrix composites (CMCs) additive manufacturing process.

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  6. Nickel-Based Composite Metal Foam (CMF) in Nuclear Energy Applications


    C56-40f-272264Generation IV reactors expect to operate at significantly higher temperature and pressures while using novel coolants. This introduces new challenges by way of increased stresses, fatigue, and the effects of reactor coolant chemistry interactions. Continuous development of higher performance materials must improve all performance criteria while being easily manufacturable and staying ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  7. Low-nonlinearity Yb-doped Fiber Amplifier Arrays for Ultrafast Fiber Laser Combining

    SBC: N.P. PHOTONICS, INC.            Topic: C5635a

    Beam combining of many ultrafast lasers is a very promising route to achieving high peak power and high average power laser systems required for DOE acceleration applications. Fiber lasers have become key workhorses for power scaling of ultrafast laser sources due to their high single-pass gain, outstanding heat-dissipating capability, excellent beam quality, inherent simplicity, and compactness. ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  8. Magnet Power Supply for Tokamak Fusion System

    SBC: MISSION POWER CORP.            Topic: C5629e

    Mission Power will develop a megawatt scale power supply for the superconducting magnet on a Tokamak fusion system. Fusion has the potential to generate large amounts of carbon free energy but has many technical challenges to achieve commercial reality. One of those challenges is the power supply for the superconducting magnet. There are multiple high-power coils that each need a power supply. The ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  9. Conversion of CO2 and methane to syngas in catalytic-free plasma process

    SBC: RedShift Energy, Inc.            Topic: C5625f

    Carbon Dioxide (CO2) conversion to useful products and chemicals is very energy-expensive without using a co-reactant with a higher formation enthalpy. A dry reforming of methane (DRM) CO2 + CH4 ? 2CO + 2H2 ?H = 247.1 kJ is potentially large-scale process that utilizes methane (CH4) or natural gas (NG) as a high formation enthalpy co-reactant for CO2 conversion to a valuable commodity, syngas. Thi ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  10. Experimentally Validated Digital Engineering Platform for Real-Time Monitoring and Maintaining High Combustion Efficiency in Gas Flares

    SBC: SPECTRAL ENERGIES LLC            Topic: C5627a

    Statement of the problem being addressed: The notable increase in the global average surface temperature relative to pre-industrial levels has motivated enhanced efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Although emissions of both carbon dioxide and methane have contributed to the problem, emissions of methane are especially concerning due to their much larger global warming potential. Therefore ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
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