Supramagnetics, Inc.

Company Information

Company Name
Supramagnetics, Inc.
Address
214 Canal Street
Plantsville, CT, 06479-1742
Phone
1 860-426-1961
URL
n/a
DUNS
56
Number of Employees
3

Award Totals

PROGRAM/PHASE
AWARD AMOUNT ($)
NUMBER OF AWARDS
SBIR Phase I
$1,246,554.00
12
SBIR Phase II
$6,003,446.30
8
STTR Phase I
$99,992.00
1
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Award List

  1. A Novel Quaternary Low-Cost PIT Nb3Sn Conductor for HEP Magnet Applications at 15 Tesla and Beyond

    Amount: $861,724.00

    To do physics at higher energy collisions require energy and luminosity. More luminosity means larger apertures and bigger magnets. To develop high field magnets will require higher performance low- ...

    SBIR Phase II 2010 Department of Energy
  2. Extrudable NbTi Superconductor with Ferromagnetic Pins for Undulator Magnets

    Amount: $903,966.00

    The development of an extrudable APC NbTi superconductor with Ni artificial pinning centers by the proposed approach in the Phase I and Phase II program is anticipated to have a significant impact on ...

    SBIR Phase II 2010 Department of Energy
  3. A New PIT Nb3Sn Process, Toward Improved Cost-Performance for HEP High Field Magnets

    Amount: $99,568.00

    78363S In order to perform physics experiments with higher energy collisions, more energy and luminosity will be required. More luminosity means larger apertures and bigger magnets. In turn, the de ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of Energy
  4. A New PIT Nb3Sn Process, Toward Improved Cost-Performance for HEP High Field Magnets

    Amount: $600,000.00

    The development of improved, cost-effective Nb3Sn superconductors would have an immediate benefit for high field magnets in High Energy Physics (HEP) applications. This project will develop and demon ...

    SBIR Phase II 2006 Department of Energy
  5. Novel Low-Cost Method of Manufacturing Nb3Sn Multifilamentary Superconductors with Multiple-Tin-Tube Sources

    Amount: $99,996.00

    In order to successfully sustain a fusion reaction, peak magnetic fields on the order of 12-13 Tesla will be required. Magnetic fields of this magnitude can only be accomplished by advanced supercond ...

    SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of Energy
  6. An Extrudable Low-Cost Nb3Sn PIT Conductor for Applications to HEP Magnets

    Amount: $99,997.00

    High energy physics research is moving toward higher energy collisions, which will require greater energy and luminosity. In turn, more luminosity means larger apertures and bigger magnets, and the d ...

    SBIR Phase I 2006 Department of Energy
  7. Advanced Multifilament Wire with Optimized Bi2212 Properties for HEP High Field Magnets

    Amount: $99,992.00

    Future progress in understanding particle physics will require higher energy collisions, which in turn will require more energy and luminosity. More luminosity means larger apertures and bigger magne ...

    STTR Phase I 2006 Department of Energy
  8. A Novel Low-Cost Nb3Sn Strand with Distributed Tin Alloy Sources for Fusion Applications

    Amount: $99,995.00

    In order to successfully sustain a fusion reaction, peak magnetic fields on the order of 12-13 Tesla will be required. This can only be accomplished by advanced superconductors such as Nb3Sn. Howeve ...

    SBIR Phase I 2007 Department of Energy
  9. Toward a Non-Cu Jc(12T) of 4,000 A/mm2 with Novel Second Phase Flux Pinning in PIT Strand for HEP Applications

    Amount: $99,917.00

    Conducting physics experiments with higher energy collisions will require greater energy and luminosity. More luminosity means larger apertures and bigger magnets. Therefore, the high-field magnets ...

    SBIR Phase I 2007 Department of Energy
  10. A Method of Improving non-Cu Jc via a Low-Cost Cu5Sn4 PIT Nb3Sn Conductor for HEP Applications

    Amount: $99,981.00

    Conducting physics experiments with higher energy collisions will require greater energy and luminosity. More luminosity means larger apertures and bigger magnets. Therefore, the high-field magnets ...

    SBIR Phase I 2007 Department of Energy

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