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Center Innovation Fund: JSC CIF

A Low Power, Solid State, Method of Oxygen Supply

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A Low Power, Solid State, Method of Oxygen Supply

The key innovation of the work prior to the start of this project is the planar monolith - allowing for solid state oxygen production at pressures up to 300 psig. The key innovation of this proposed work is a new method of cell stack thermal management - with the key objective of reducing power use by more than 50% compared to current SOA. This thermal management approach is entirely new - it has not been used by any NASA, Industry, or academic project for oxygen separation. After the first year's work to develop and demonstrate a TRL 4 engineering prototype, next step is to develop and manufacture a fully packaged and integrated system suitable for flight demonstration on ISS.

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