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  1. Low-Cost, High-Accuracy, Whole-Building Carbon Dioxide Monitoring for Demand Control Ventilation

    SBC: DIOXIDE MATERIALS, INC.            Topic: 11

    The objective of the proposed work is to develop, demonstrate, and evaluate new technologies for low-cost, high-accuracy, whole-building CO2 monitoring for demand control ventilation. The work builds on a private/public partnership formed between Dioxide MaterialsTM and the Institute for Sensing and Embedded Network Systems Engineering (I-SENSE) at Florida Atlantic University. In previous, NSF-sup ...

    STTR Phase I 2016 Department of Energy
  2. Economical Self-Powered Portable Clean Energy Desalination System

    SBC: ITN ENERGY SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: 09

    Many communities face water scarcity as a fundamental challenge to their economic and social development. Seawater is an abundant source which can be reached by most of the countries in the world. In order to utilize seawater as potable water, it is required to remove the high salinity. Desalination technologies are intended for the removal of dissolved salts that cannot be removed by conventional ...

    STTR Phase I 2016 Department of Energy
  3. Bio-inspired Macromolecules Containing Atomically Precise Catalytic Active Sites

    SBC: MAINSTREAM ENGINEERING CORP            Topic: 09

    High selectivity in chemical reactions is the key to reducing costs, energy consumption and emissions in chemical processing. More selective and active catalysts will reduce the need for recovering unreacted chemicals for recycle and removing byproducts. Reducing the burden on separation processes will greatly reduce the energy required for chemical production. We propose to design macromolecular ...

    STTR Phase I 2016 Department of Energy
  4. Optimal Integrated Control of Grid-Connected PV Generation and On-site Load

    SBC: NHU ENERGY, INC.            Topic: 13

    Maximizing the value proposition for solar and distributed energy resources to consumers requires a more integrated and coordinated approach to utilizing these resources on-site. Commercial solutions are not yet widely available to provide optimal use of combined on-site resources locally, while at the same time optimizing their value to the electric power distribution system as well. Solutions st ...

    STTR Phase I 2016 Department of Energy
  5. Micro-electrocatalytic Upgrading of Carbon Dioxide to Hydrocarbons

    SBC: Faraday Technology, Inc.            Topic: 18

    Statement of the problem or situation that is being addressed in your application. Coal-generated power represents a major source of electrical generation in the Nation, and will likely remain so for the foreseeable future. However, recently proposed limits on CO2 emissions from new electrical generation capacity will necessitate carbon capture functions to be installed on any new coal-fired power ...

    STTR Phase I 2016 Department of Energy
  6. Optical fiber integration into Bi2Sr2CaCu2Ox/Ag/AgX and (RE)Ba2Cu3Ox superconducting coils

    SBC: Lupine Materials and Technology, Inc.            Topic: 27

    The particle accelerators and detectors needed for future high energy physics devices require magnetic fields higher than those that can be produced by the low-temperature superconductor (LTS) technologies used in present-day superconducting magnets (SCMs). High temperature superconductor (HTS) materials, however, have the potential to generate very high magnetic fields, offering a technological p ...

    STTR Phase I 2016 Department of Energy
  7. Safety Software Assurance Compliance verification and Risk Evaluation (S-SACRE)

    SBC: Tri-Guard Risk Solutions, LTD            Topic: 30

    Most digital systems being software intensive are also vulnerable to attacks that exploit software weaknesses. According to the International Atomic Energy Agency, “exploiting weaknesses in digital technology could be the most attractive route for those terrorists seeking to attack nuclear facilities without fear of interdiction.” Recent publicized events about cyber-attack on critical infrast ...

    STTR Phase I 2016 Department of Energy
  8. Microfluidic System for CO2 Reduction to Hydrocarbons

    SBC: Faraday Technology, Inc.            Topic: 15c

    In the near term, in order to mitigate carbon emissions to the extent possible while carbon-neutral, renewable energy resources are developed sufficiently to address the total demand of the Nation, there is a significant need for technologies capable of up-converting captured carbon dioxide either to value-added products or to forms able to be safely sequestered. In particular, access must be open ...

    STTR Phase I 2016 Department of Energy
  9. Long Length Welded NbTi CIC Superconducting Cable for Accelerators Applications

    SBC: HYPER TECH RESEARCH INC            Topic: 23i

    Hyper Tech proposes to develop a long-length structured cable for use in superconducting accelera- tor magnets. The Medium-energy Electron-Ion Collider (MEIC) is a proposed colliding beam facility in which polarized beams of ions and electrons would be collided at energies up to ~100 GeV/u for ions and 20 GeV for electrons. The arc lattice for its ion ring would contain a total of 128 half-cells, ...

    STTR Phase I 2016 Department of Energy
  10. Novel Zeolite/polymer composite membrane

    SBC: TECHVERSE INC            Topic: 12a

    Light olefins such as ethylene and propylene are very important high volume commodity chemicals with production value more than $200B. These are used as building blocks for many essential chemicals and products. A major portion of the capital and operating cost in olefin production is for the olefin-paraffin separation by cryogenic distillation, which is highly energy and capital intensive consumi ...

    STTR Phase I 2016 Department of Energy
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