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  1. ULTRAVIOLET MEASURING INSTRUMENTATION WITH THERMAL STABILIZATION

    SBC: YANKEE ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: N/A

    HIGH LEVELS OF ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION ARE KNOWN TO BE RESPONSIBLE FOR BIOLOGICALLY HARMFUL EFFECTS IN PLANTS AND ANIMALS. CONCERN ABOUT INTENSITY OF THE ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION AT THE SURFACE OF THE EARTH HAS GREATLY INCREASED SINCE THE DISCOVERY OF THE "OZONE HOLE" OVER ANTARCTICA IN 1985. THE TASK OF LONG TERM MONITORING OF UV LEVELS IS CURRENTLY MADE DIFFICULT BY INSTRUMENTATION NOT ADEQUATE TO TH ...

    SBIR Phase I 1991 Department of Agriculture
  2. Low Cost Instrument for Automatic Determination of Cloud Cover

    SBC: YANKEE ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: N/A

    There is a continuing need for reliable cloud observations to drive climatic UV-B prediction models. Traditionally, observations such as cloud cover are made by human observers, and thus often suffer from uncertainties due to the subjectivity of the observer. Cloud cover data is especially important in UV-B hazard prediction, as well as storm prediction. It is generally accepted that UV-B doses ...

    SBIR Phase II 1997 Department of Agriculture
  3. Portable Irradiance Calibration System

    SBC: YANKEE ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: N/A

    The energy from the sun is the overall engine that drives our climate. Widespread concern over thedepletion of the stratospheric ozone layer, and the effect that this may have on UV-B irradiance levelsat the surface of the Earth, has highlighted the need for improved technology for precisely measuringsolar ultraviolet radiation. Instruments deployed in the field require frequent calibration to e ...

    SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of Agriculture
  4. IMPROVEMENTS IN MOTOR OPERATED GATE VALVE DESIGN AND PREDICTIVE MODELS FOR RELIABILITY IMPROVEMENTS IN NUCLEAR POWER PLANT SAFETY SYSTEMS

    SBC: KALSI ENGINEERING, INC            Topic: N/A

    MOTOR OPERATED GATE VALVE OPERABILITY PROBLEMS AND FAILURES AT NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS ARE A MAJOR SAFETY CONCERN AS STATEDIN NRC IE BULLETIN 85-03 AND GENERIC LETTER 89-10. THIS PROPOSAL IS AIMED AT IMPROVING GATE VALVE PERFORMANCE BY (1) DEVELOPING COMPREHENSIVE PERFORMANCE PREDICTION MODELS FOR USE OVER A RANGE OF OPERATING CONDITIONS, (2) DEFINING LIMITS, BASED ON SPECIFIC DESIGNS, BEYOND WHICH E ...

    SBIR Phase I 1990 Nuclear Regulatory Commission
  5. PREDICTION OF CHECK VALVE PERFORMANCE & DEGRADATION IN NUCLEAR POWER PLANT SYSTEMS

    SBC: KALSI ENGINEERING, INC            Topic: N/A

    N/A

    SBIR Phase I 1987 Nuclear Regulatory Commission
  6. SALMONELLA CONTROL ON POULTRY USING A DISINFECTANT DIP

    SBC: BIOMEDICAL DEVELOPMENT CORP            Topic: N/A

    CURRENTLY, POULTRY PRODUCTS WHICH ARE PROCESSED AND DISTRIBUTED IN A NON-COOKED FORM, MAY CONTAIN SIGNIFICANT NUMBERS OF PATHOGENIC BACTERIA SUCH AS SALMONELLA, LISTERIA AND CAMPYLOBACTER. POULTRY PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY HAS NOT AT THIS TIME DEVELOPED A SYSTEM OF EVISCERATION THAT DOES NOT CONTAMINATE THE CARCASS TO SOME EXTENT. TECHNOLOGY TO ELIMINATE THESE CONTAMINATING PATHOGENS FROM THE CARCASS ...

    SBIR Phase I 1991 Department of Agriculture
  7. An Improved Sanitizer For Grade A Shell Eggs

    SBC: BIOMEDICAL DEVELOPMENT CORP            Topic: N/A

    The incidence of food borne outbreaks associated with Salmonella has risen steadily since the mid1970's. The monetary cost of salmonellosis has been estimated at $4 billion annually. The primarycause of salmonellosis has been linked to the consumption of eggs or egg products containingSalmonella enteritidis and 80% of all eggs consumed in the United States are transported to thepurchaser in the ...

    SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of Agriculture
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