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SBC: OPTOMEC, INC. Topic: N/A
50 Alternative Metal Forming Using Laser Engineered Net Shaping--Optomec Design Company, 13170 B Central Avenue SE, Suite 310, Albuquerque, NM 87123-3032; (505) 343-9139 Mr. David M. Keicher, Principal Investigator Mr. Thomas A. Swann, Business Official DOE Grant No. DE-FG03-97ER82448 Amount: $74,777 Energy intensive metal forming operations are among the most common steps in manufacturing ...SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of Energy
SBC: Pacific-sierra Research Corp. Topic: N/A
N/ASBIR Phase I 1996 Department of Energy
SBC: PLANNING SYSTEMS, INC. Topic: N/A
THIS PROJECT WILL ASSESS THE FEASIBILITY OF USING MULTIMEDIA-AUGMENTED SOFWEARE TUTORIALS TO SUPPORT TEACHING THE PRINCIPLES OF EXPERIMENTAL NUCLEAR PHYSICS. THE DETECTOR SYSTEM FOR THE PHOTON TAGGING FACILITY AT THE CONTINUOUS ELECTRON BEAM ACCELERATOR FACILITY (CEBAF) IN NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA IS NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION AT THE NUCLEAR DETECTOR LABORATORY OF THE CENTER FOR NUCLEAR STUDIES OF THE ...SBIR Phase I 1994 Department of Energy
SBC: Plasmaquest, Inc. Topic: N/A
45 High-Flux, Low Energy, Ion Source for High Rate Ion-Assisted Deposition of Hard Coatings--PlasmaQuest, Inc., 850 North Dorothy Drive, Suite 504, Richardson, TX 75081-2769; (972) 680-1811 Dr. Chris Doughty, Principal Investigator Dr. John E. Spencer, Business Official DOE Grant No. DE-FG03-97ER82459 Amount: $75,000 Hard coatings have many applications in the transportation, manufacturing an ...SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of Energy
REDESIGN OF AMMONIA ABSORPTION REFRIGERATION UNITS FOR LOW TEMPERATURE APPLICATIONS IN NATURAL GAS PROCESSINGSBC: Process Technology Inc. Topic: N/A
GAS TRANSMISSION PIPELINES REQUIRE NATURAL GAS DELIVERED TO THEM TO MEET A HYDROCARBON (HC) DEWPOINT SPECIFICATION IN ORDER THAT THE HC LIQUIDS ARE NOT DROPPED OUT IN THE LINE DURING TRANSMISSION. SIMILAR SPECIFICATIONS ARE IMPOSED BY PLANT OPERATORS ON THE FUEL GAS THAT IS CONSUMED BY THEIR MACHINERY. A MARKET EXISTS FOR AN ECONOMICAL AMMONIA (NH3) ABSORPTION UNIT TO REPLACE COMPRESSION UNITS U ...SBIR Phase I 1994 Department of Energy
IMPROVED ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY PROCESSES USING NEW AND NOVEL SYNTHETIC COPOLYMERS CONTAINING LARGE AMOUNTS OF ACRYLAMIDESBC: R. L. Clampitt And Topic: N/A
INDEPENDENTS IN THE MID-CONTINENT AREA INCLUDING OKLAHOMA AND KANSAS, NEED A NEW AND NOVEL WATER SOLUBLE POLYMER FOR INDEPTH MOBILITY CONTROL IN ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY (EOR) PROCESSES AT INTERMEDIATE TEMPERATURES OF 165 TO 200 FAHRENHEIT. PARTIALLY HYDROLYZED POLYACRYLAMIDES AND NATURAL POLYMERS HAVE HISTORICALLY BEEN THE PRODUCTS USED IN THIS REGION. AND IN ESSENTIALLY ALL OF THE EARLIER EOR PROJE ...SBIR Phase I 1990 Department of Energy
MULTIPLE SCALE VALLEY-FILL RESERVOIR HETEROGENEITIES AND GEOLOGIC AND ENGINEERING RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATIONSBC: R W Tillman Topic: N/A
N/ASBIR Phase I 1990 Department of Energy
Development of an RF Tagging Method for Use in Monitoring International Nonproliferation Treaty ComplianceSBC: Randtec, Inc. Topic: N/A
41267 November 21, 1996 RANDTEC, Inc. The Department of Energy is committed-to supporting the nuclear non-proliferation community in its efforts to develop effective means for treaty verification of nuclear material stockpiles. Tag and seal systems have an important role as part of the overall verification process. Specifically, radio frequency (RF) tags ...SBIR Phase I 1996 Department of Energy
FORCE REFLECTION EFFECTS ON OPERATOR PERFORMANCE OF REMOTE MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION SYSTEMS FOR NUCLEAR FACILITIESSBC: REINHART & ASSOC., INC. Topic: N/A
ROBOTIC MACHINES THAT DUPLICATE THE MANIPULATIVE SKILLS OF AHUMAN OPERATOR ARE CRITICALLY NEEDED IN COMMERCIAL NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS TO REDUCE OPERATOR EXPOSURE IN HIGH-RADIATION AREAS. ROBOTIC SYSTEMS WITH FORCE REFLECTION (FORCE INFORMATION REFLECTED THROUGH A CONTROL JOYSTICK) AND THREE-DIMENSIONAL VISUAL FEEDBACK CAN IMPROVE TASK PERFORMANCE AND REDUCE FATIGUE. THIS RESEARCH PROJECT WILL USE A ...SBIR Phase I 1987 Department of Energy
SBC: Remington Energy Corp Topic: N/A
IN MANY FLUID INJECTION PROCESSES USED FOR OIL RECOVERY, SUCH AS WATERFLOODING, THE INJECTED FLUIDS FLOW PREFERENTIALLY THROUGH THE ROCK ZONES OF HIGH FLOW CAPACITY (HIGH PERMEABILITY), BYPASSING OIL THAT IS PRESENT IN THE TIGHTER PARTS OF THE RESERVOIR ROCK. THIS MAY RESULT IN HIGH WATER-TO-OIL-PRODUCING RATIOS AND ABANDONMENT OF A PROJECT AT A RELATIVELY LOW VOLUMETRIC SWEEP EFFICIENCY. ONE APPR ...SBIR Phase I 1987 Department of Energy