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  1. C56-33c: An integrated design tool for plasma channel systems

    SBC: RADIASOFT LLC            Topic: C5633c

    STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM Fundamental improvements to the energy, brightness, and stability of next generation plasma-based accelerators are essential to maintain rapid innovation and scientific productivity. Controllable plasma channels can significantly improve electron and positron beam energy and quality from plasma-based accelerators, while plasma lens and de-chirper systems can enhance beam c ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  2. A Reactive Capture System for Removing CO2 from Industrial Applications

    SBC: TDA RESEARCH, INC.            Topic: C5625a

    Statement of the problem or situation that is being addressed. The deep decarbonization of the industrial sector (e.g., cement plants, iron and steel manufacturing, hydrogen production, ethanol plants, and chemicals and petrochemicals plants) is critical to controlling greenhouse gas emissions. The conventional capture approach is to first separate/capture carbon dioxide (CO2) from process emissio ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  3. Non-radioisotopic gamma-ray calibration source for radiation detection instruments

    SBC: EUCLID BEAMLABS LLC            Topic: C5602a

    C56-02a-273237 Radiation detection instruments are widely used in industrial radiography, radio spectroscopy, medicine, etc. Typical for these detectors routine calibration procedure uses up to a Category 2 radioisotope source as gamma-ray generator. However, the use of high-activity radioisotope sources (most often Cs-137 chloride) poses a radiological security risk since the sources have the pot ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  4. Cost Effective Swiss-roll Reformer for Methane Mitigation and Utilization

    SBC: ADVANCED COOLING TECHNOLOGIES INC            Topic: C5627b

    C56-27b-273262In response to the Department of Energy’s Funding Opportunity Announcement number: 0002903, topic 27-b, “Methane Mitigation: Other”, the project team proposes to develop a novel heat recirculating combustor called Advanced Swiss-roll, along with a Model-Free Adaptive combustion control system that can achieve and maintain greater than 99% methane destruction efficiency over a w ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  5. Seamless Aperture Scaling of LBO crystals for High Energy Laser Applications

    SBC: GAMDAN OPTICS, INC.            Topic: C5632a

    Based on the design of large aperture high energy laser technology developed at the national Ignition Facility (NIF), most planned IFE laser facilities need to operate at frequency converted shorter laser wavelengths. These future IFE driver lasers will have to operate at much higher average power and repetition rates than NIF while maintaining high wall plug efficiency. As compared to the current ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  6. Predictive economic optimization of energy storage microgrids

    SBC: muGrid Analytics            Topic: C5609b

    Energy management systems currently being used to operate energy storage systems in commercial applications mostly focus on providing resilience and backup power but are generally unable to produce the predicted utility bill savings and grid services revenue as modeled by energy optimization software tools developed by national labs. This gap between actual and optimal economic performance is due ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  7. C56-39a: Improved Simulation Tools for Optimizing Structure-Based Beam Acceleration and Manipulation

    SBC: RADIASOFT LLC            Topic: C5639a

    STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM Structure-based wakefield accelerators promise orders of magnitude improvements in accelerator gradient over conventional radiofrequency-based technologies, and have been identified as a candidate technology for future applications ranging from compact free electron lasers to high energy colliders. However, achieving the desired peak energies and beam quality requires mete ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  8. Radiation hardened Trench-Isolated Low-Gain Avalanche Diode (TI-LGAD)

    SBC: CACTUS MATERIALS, INC.            Topic: C5637a

    The current generation of low gain avalanche diodes (LGAD) suffers from large fractional dead area at the edges of the pixel, resulting in an important loss of fill factor if the pixel size is in the order of 100 micron. For example, the LGADs planned to be used in the timing detectors of both ATLAS and CMS have a pixel pitch of 1.3 mm. Furthermore, current generations of LGADs have only moderate ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  9. An IoT-based Multi-Gas Sensor to Identify Precursors Used to Predict Flameout Events

    SBC: SENSORCOMM TECHNOLOGIES INC            Topic: C5627b

    The oil and natural gas industry is the largest source of methane emissions in the United States, responsible for about 30% of total emissions. The problem is that numerous peer-reviewed publications are being published regularly indicating that emissions are either higher than reported or higher than expected. Within oil and gas, refineries are one of the larger sources of methane. This is becaus ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  10. High-throughput manufacturing of REBCO superconductor tapes

    SBC: AMPEERS LLC            Topic: C5630a

    The ultra-high critical magnetic fields of RE-Ba-Cu-O (REBCO RE=rare earth) High Temperature Superconductors (HTS) are very attractive for compact fusion energy systems that can operate over a temperature range of 4 – 50 K in magnetic fields beyond the realm of Nb3Sn wires. Because of the tremendous pull from compact fusion, REBCO tape supply is substantially trailing demand. 10,000 kilometers o ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
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