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Instrument 16B Engineering model of VISION, including T0 chopper, bandwidth chopper, secondary spectrometer, and utility rooms. Secondary spectrometer with detector and analyzer modules. For more information contact Principal Investigator: John Larese, jzl@utk.edu, 865.974.3141 Instrument Scientist: Christoph Wildgruber, wildgrubercu@ornl.gov, 865.574.5378 http://neutrons.ornl.gov/instruments/S…

Method of Detecting Infrared Energy Disclosure Number 200201147 Technology Summary Method and apparatus for detecting infrared energy. An IR imager based on this technology can approach the sensitivity of currently available high end (~$100K) IR imagers, but will be cheaper by two orders of magnitude , uncooled, high speed, and portable (small, lightweigh…

Infra-Red Signature Neutron Detector Disclosure Number 200802148 Technology Summary (Supplemental to ID-1791 S-108,790) A method of detecting an activator, the method including impinging with an activator a receptor material that includes a photoluminescent material that generates infrared radiation and generating a by-product of a radioactive decay due t…

IR-Sensing Infrared Sensing and Thermography at ORNL Background Infrared detectors and infrared cameras are used to detect temperature changes in a variety of materials and processes. The temperature maps obtained by an infrared camera have applications in process monitoring, property measurements, non-destructive evaluation and medical imaging. The high-speed thermography technique developed a…

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LADAR Infrared Sensing and Thermography at ORNL Background Infrared detectors and infrared cameras are used to detect temperature changes in a variety of materials and processes. The temperature maps obtained by an infrared camera have applications in process monitoring, property measurements, non-destructive evaluation and medical imaging. The high-speed thermography technique developed at ORN…

Cesiated Carbon Nanoflakes Field Emitter Array Infrared Imager Disclosure Number 200501605 Technology Summary This invention disclosure describes the development of a new infrared sensor based on cesium-doped carbon nanoflake structures. The field emission current of each cesiated carbon nanoflake structure is modulated by the incident infrared photon ene…

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: Infrared, Carbon, Cesium...

Dual Waveband Passive Infrared Imager Disclosure Number 200902206 Technology Summary The proposed infrared imaging approach is a dual waveband imager using a binocular type device that allows simultaneous visible and infrared imaging using passive imaging optics and overlayered visible and infrared images. The value of this dual waveband imager is particu…

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: Infrared, Imaging, Passive...

1-Envelopes Cool Roofs Fs Apr07 . Cool Roofs Will Revolutionize the Building Industry Adoption of infrared-reflective paints is one of the major advances in roofing in our century. ORNL's Building Envelopes Program has conducted research for many roofing consortiums and their affiliates to help them develop cool roof products. Based on the knowledge gained through our studies and results of …

: Infrared, Cooling, Paint...

Lanthanum-Gallate-Germanate Phosphors with Long Persistent Infrared Emission Lanthanum-Gallate-Germanate Phosphors with Long Persistent Infrared Emission Disclosure Number 200902226 Technology Summary Lanthanum gallate germanates codoped with chromium (La3Ga5GeO14:Cr3+, M, M = Li, Pb2+, Zn2+, Eu3+, Tm3+, and Dy3+) has been prepared using a solid state ch…

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: Lanthanum, Infrared, Chemistry...

Broadband Infrared Standoff Spectroscopy with Interferometric Multilaser Pump-Probe Excitation-Detection Broadband Infrared Standoff Spectroscopy with Interferometric Multilaser Pump-Probe Excitation-Detection Disclosure Number 201503603 Technology Summary The invention relates to standoff detection of compounds and more specifically to machines and methods for detecting analytes on ta…

Pulse Thermal Processing of Functional Materials Using a Directed Plasma Arc Using pulses of high density infrared light from a directed plasma arc, ORNL researchers invented a method to thermally process thin films and other functional materials on temperature-sensitive substrates. This approach, pulse thermal processing, could revolutionize the handling of functional materials because it reduce…

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: Plasma, Thin Film, Infrared...
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