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  1. Multiphysics modeling of Accelerators Through Code Integration

    SBC: TECH-X CORPORATION            Topic: C5634c

    SRF cavity design is crucial to both the energy and intensity frontiers. SRF cavities are designed to meet a number of criteria, such as minimal effects of Higher Order Modes (HOMs), and minimal values of maximum surface magnetic fields, which are related to the EM properties. But then SRF cavities must be resilient to multipacting and microphonics, the changes induced by stress, and they must add ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  2. 41f Development of a Continuous Cost Effective Kr Xe Capture Process for Nuclear Fuels Reprocessing

    SBC: TETRAMER TECHNOLOGIES LLC            Topic: C5641f

    Nuclear energy is one of the most favorable and cheapest alternatives to fossil fuels, and it can be scaled up to meet global energy demands. The mass deployment of nuclear energy as a low-emissions source requires the reprocessing of used nuclear fuel to recover fissile materials and mitigate radioactive waste. A major concern with reprocessing used nuclear fuel is the release of gaseous radionuc ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  3. Plasma Electrode Pockels Cells for Inertial Fusion Facilities

    SBC: Sydor Instruments, LLC            Topic: C5632b

    Significant progress in nuclear fusion reactions has been reported by a national laser fusion laboratory achieving nuclear fusion ignition. Ignition is the long sought answer for providing large amounts of clean energy by producing more energy output than what was used to initiate the controlled fusion process. The technology to add nuclear fusion to provide power to the grid, called inertial fusi ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  4. Decarbonizing Emissions from Carbon Black Production via Electrochemical Capture and Conversion of CO2 into Advanced Carbon Nanostructured Additives

    SBC: SKYNANO LLC            Topic: C5625a

    The International Energy Agency estimates that the chemicals sector alone emits 1.5 GT CO2 each year, representing 18% of total carbon emissions. Since the chemicals sector is directly responsible for nearly every other portion of the economy and life as we know it today, it is imperative that we make every possible effort to decarbonize these operations while still producing the same critical che ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  5. SiC Low Gain Avalanche Diode (LGAD) for Minimum Ionization Particle (MIP) sensors

    SBC: STRUCTURED MATERIALS INDUSTRIES, INC.            Topic: C5637a

    Statement of the Problem: Presently Si based for Minimum Ionization Particle (MIP) detectors require very low temperature (

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  6. Fiber-optic Sensor System for Multi-point Pressure and Temperature Measurement

    SBC: NUSENICS, LLC            Topic: C5640w

    Nuclear safety and public acceptance of nuclear energy are of paramount importance for the government to establish and expand the nuclear power program. Although nuclear accidents are rare, they can lead to catastrophic consequences and severe damages in the public confidence and acceptance in nuclear energy. To improve the safety, one of the main tasks is to provide various reliable diagnostic or ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  7. X-RAY SOURCE FOR DETECTOR CALIBRATION

    SBC: omega-p r&d, Inc.            Topic: C5602a

    The US Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation Research and Development agency has an objective to reduce reliance on high-activity commercial and industrial radioactive sources used in calibration systems. One approach to achieve this goal is by use of novel electron accelerators to produce x-rays that can reach the needed gamma-ray dose rate, repeatability, and stability for calibration, while reducing ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  8. Ultra-Sensitive Detection of Groundwater Contaminants Using Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) Sensor with Pinpointed Plasmonic-Active Nanotubes

    SBC: OMEGA OPTICS, INC.            Topic: C5622e

    The use of Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) for environmental and biomedical sensing, for example like groundwater contaminants or biochemical molecules detection, has been restricted due to the great difficulty of fabricating ultrasensitive and reproducible surface-plasmonic-resonance (SPR) substrates. Therefore, detecting extremely small amount of biomolecules (as low as single molecule ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  9. Composition optimization Bi2Sr2CaCu2Ox powder for high JE multifilamentary wires for high field magnets

    SBC: NAVAFLEX, INC.            Topic: C5636a

    High field magnets (>16 T) are required for next generation accelerators and upgrading existing facilities. And to enable major breakthroughs in science improving the capabilities of medical care. Multifilamentary round Bi-2212/Ag wires have demonstrated many attractive features, such as high irreversibility field (Birr > 100T), isotropic electromagnetic performance, solenoid layer winding, highes ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  10. Monitoring of Spent Nuclear Fuel Integrity with Muon Imaging

    SBC: Decision Sciences International Corporation            Topic: C5641b

    C56-41b-274472Until a final decision is made on the geological depository of spent nuclear fuel (SNF), the majority of it will continue to be stored in dry cask storage systems, primarily composed of welded dry storage canisters. Ensuring the safe storage of aging SNF within these canisters is crucial and requires verification and demonstration of the integrity of the SNF during extended storage p ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
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