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Combined Electric Machine and Current Source Inverter Drive System This technology is a drive system that includes a permanent magnet-less (PM-L) electric motor combined with a current source inverter (CSI). This integration of these two ORNL technologies opens a new chapter for component function integration, instead of traditional integration by simply placing separate motor and inverter compon…

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Fsheetx Msg Cfd Phi3d POC: David M. Hetrick (865)576-7556/hetrickdm@ornl.gov http://computing.ornl.gov/cse_home/cms/cmshome.shtml Scientific Computing within the ORNL Modeling & Simulation Group: CFD Code Development - PHI3D The ORNL Modeling and Simulation Group (MSG) develops sophisticated numerical solutions for a wide range of scientific, engineering, and operational applications. MSG's co…

Low Temperature Integration of Optoelectronic Device Disclosure Number 201202824 Technology Summary The present invention describes the fabrication of solid state energy conversion devices employing indirect bandgap semiconductors and their integration on low temperature substrates. The solid state energy conversion device converts energy between electro…

BTRIC Factsheet 11-6-08 Building Technologies Research and Integration Center Reducing the energy/carbon footprint of the nation's buildings is essential for tackling climate change and will be an enormous challenge. Buildings account for 43% of the nation's carbon emissions and the consumption of 39% of our total primary energy, 71% of our electricity, and 55% of our natural gas. The importance …

WBCI Fact Sheet-Fnl 12 5 08 3 December 5, 2008 Whole-Building and Community Integration Group The Whole-Building and Community Integration Group (WBCI) supports the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE's) goals for commercially viable zero-energy homes by 2020 and zero-energy buildings by 2025. WBCI's research focuses on sustainability and whole-building and community integration including inter…

DOE-Industrialwireless DOE Industrial Wireless Sensor Program Reliable Ubiquitous Sensing to Improve Efficiency, Reduce Waste and Emissions, and Improve Raw Material Utilization Objective ORNL is working with the U.S. Department of Energy to develop next-generation untethered, robust, reliable sensor networks (i.e., sensors, communications, signal processing, and power sources) that improve the …

Patterned Two-Dimensional Heterocrystals Disclosure Number 201503565 Technology Summary The formation of semiconductor heterojunctions and their high-density integration are foundations of modern electronics and optoelectronics. To enable two-dimensional crystalline semiconductors as building blocks in next- generation electronics, developing methods to deterministically form lateral het…

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Transportation in the DHS Regional Technology Integration (RTI) Initiative I n 2004, the Science and Technology Directorate of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) started a new initiative called the Regional Technology Integration (RTI, previously known as Safe Cities) to facilitate the transition of innovative technologies and organizational concepts to regional, state, and local jurisdicti…

Rciee Chp Fs 3-23-09 3/23/09 ORNL provided a feasibility evaluation of EPA's plans to route purchased steam to produce electricity before its use for building heat. EPA spent $75,000 to implement the project, which now saves $40,000 and 2410 MMBtu per year. ORNL's CHP Integration User Facility allows testing of components and integrated systems. ORNL Technical Assistance with Combined Heat …

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Madds Initiative Ornl Mobile Automated Distribution Support System (MADSS) Background: DoD must maintain the capability to deploy/redeploy massive combat power anywhere in the world with minimum preparation time. Currently, DoD units must have the capability to secure, open and operate both seaports and airports in a variety of environments throughout the world. Deployment includes pre-deploy…

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