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SBC: K & A Energy Consultants Inc. Topic: N/A
THIS RESEARCH PROJECT WILL DIRECTLY ADDRESS THE PROBLEM OF SWEEP IMPROVEMENT FOR ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY (EOR) PROCESSES. ONE OF THE MAJOR PROBLEMS IN CONDUCTING AN EFFICIENT EOR PROCESS IS THE CONTROL OF THE INJECTED FLUIDS. IN MOST FIELD APPLICATIONS OF MISCIBLE OR IMMISCIBLE SOLVENT DRIVES, SUCH AS CARBON DIOXIDE OR LIGHT HYDROCARBON FLOODS, THE PRESENCE OF RESERVOIR HETEROGENEITIES LEADS TO EARL ...SBIR Phase I 1993 Department of Energy
SBC: KARTA TECHNOLOGIES Topic: N/A
DURING THE REFUELING OPERATIONS AT A NUCLEAR POWER PLANT, IT IS NECESSARY TO FLOOD LARGE CAVITIES ABOVE THE REACTOR PRESSURE VESSEL WITH WATER TO PROVIDE RADIATION SHIELDING. THE SPENT FUEL IS TRANSPORTED THROUGH THESE CAVITIES TO A TEMPORARY STORAGE POOL LOCATED NEAR THE REACTOR. OTHER CONTAMINATED INTERNAL REACTOR COMPONENTS ARE ALSO STORED WITHIN THESE CAVITIES DURING REFUELING. ONCE THE REFUEL ...SBIR Phase I 1990 Department of Energy
Noncontact Viscosity Measurement of Molten Glass Using Laser-Generated Ultrasound for Process Control During Melting and Forming OperationsSBC: KARTA TECHNOLOGIES Topic: N/A
40879 November 13, 1996 Karta Technology, Inc. In almost all glass-manufacturing processes, production yield depends critically on the viscosity of the melt. Because the glass viscosity is a function of temperature, most active control systems monitor the temperature of the molten glass. However, temperature readings are not reliable for measuring viscos ...SBIR Phase I 1996 Department of Energy
ADVANCED ULTRASONIC METHODS FOR THE NONDESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION OF BOND QUALITY IN BRAZED COMPOSITE-METAL JOINTSSBC: KARTA TECHNOLOGIES Topic: N/A
N/ASBIR Phase I 1993 Department of Energy
METHODS OF REDUCTION OF WIND-INDUCED DYNAMIC RESPONSE IN SOLAR CONCENTRATORS AND OTHER SMALL LIGHTWEIGHT STRUCTURESSBC: Lajet Energy Co Topic: N/A
RECENT WIND TUNNEL STUDIES ON SOLAR CONCENTRATOR STRUCTURES INDICATE THAT STRUCTURES WITH LOW DAMPING PROPERTIES ARE POTENTIALLY SUSCEPTIBLE TO THE SPECTRAL NATURE OF ATMOSPHERIC WIND LOADING. SOLAR CONCENTRATORS ARE SENSITIVE TO DEFLECTIONS IN OPTICAL MOUNTING AND TRACKING SYSTEMS; CONSEQUENTLY, STRUCTURES AND DRIVES WITH SUFFICIENT RIGIDITY TO RESIST DYNAMICALLY INDUCED LOADING WITH MINIMAL DEFL ...SBIR Phase I 1987 Department of Energy
SBC: Linac Systems Topic: N/A
A NEAR LINEAR ACCELERATOR (LINAC) STRUCTURE WILL BE IDENTIFIED AND INVESTIGATED IN PHASE I AS A POSSIBLE EXTENSION TO THE FAMILY OF STRUCTURES NOW USED FOR ACCELERATION OF CHARGED PARTICLE BEAMS. A CANDIDATE STRUCTURE HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED; OTHERS MAY BE IDENTIFIED IN THE COURSE OF THE INVESTIGATION. THE IDENTIFIED STRUCTURE UTILIZES A FOUR-FINGERED GEOMETRY TO PRODUCE RADIO FREQUENCY (RF) ELECTRI ...SBIR Phase I 1994 Department of Energy
"Development of Energy Recovery, RF Power Rectifiers for Intense Particle Beam Applications"SBC: Linac Systems Topic: N/A
143 "Development of Energy Recovery, RF Power Rectifiers for Intense Particle Beam Applications"--Linac Systems, 2167 North Highway 77, Waxahachie, TX 75165-6215; (972) 937-3283 Dr. Donald A. Swenson, Principal Investigator Mrs. Barbara C. Swenson, Business Official DOE Grant No. DE-FG03-97ER82415 Amount: $74,980 Intense particle beam facilities, such as free-electron lasers, suggest the ne ...SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of Energy
SBC: LUDLUM MEASUREMENTS INC Topic: N/A
182 Development of Scintillators and Waveshifters for Detection of Ionizing Radiation--Ludlum Measurements, Inc., PO Box 810, Sweetwater, TX 79556-0810; (915) 235-5494 Mr. Charles R. Hurlbut, Principal Investigator Mr. Donald G. Ludlum, Business Official DOE Grant No. DE-FG03-97ER82419 Amount: $75,000 High-energy particle accelerators at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory and Brookhaven N ...SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of Energy
SBC: LYNNTECH INC. Topic: N/A
THERE IS A RENEWED INTEREST IN FUEL CELLS AS PRIMARY POWER SOURCES FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLES. THE ACIDIC PROTON EXCHANGE MEMBRANE FUEL CELL OPERATES AT A MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE OF 95 DEGREES CENTIGRADE AND, AT PRESENT, RELIES ON THE USE OF PLATINUM-BASED ELECTROCATALYSTS. FOR ACID FUEL CELLS OPERATING AT TEMPERATURES BELOW 130 DEGREES CENTIGRADE, HYDROGEN IS THE MOST ACTIVE COMMON FUEL THAT CAN BE USED ...SBIR Phase I 1994 Department of Energy
SBC: LYNNTECH INC. Topic: N/A
126 An Easily Dispersed Reactive Coating for Surface Decontamination--Lynntech, Inc., 7610 Eastmark Drive, Suite 105, College Station, TX 77840-4023; (409) 693-0017 Dr. Anthony Giletto, Principal Investigator Dr. Oliver J. Murphy, Business Official DOE Grant No. DE-FG03-97ER82420 Amount: $75,000 Terrorist nerve gas attacks are a growing concern facing emergency response teams. Decontam ...SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of Energy