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Glass Capacitor for High-Temperature Applications To meet the demand for smaller, lighter capacitors that have high energy densities, an ORNL researcher developed a capacitor made of glass rods that is constructed like insulated wire. This device can be used for power factor correction, high-voltage capacitors, power electronic filters, energy storage, and components in electric and hybrid-electr…

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Plasma-Assisted Modification of Carbon Fiber Surface Topography Disclosure Number 200000841 Technology Summary A method and device for surface treatment of carbon fibers, used in carbon composites, via a microwave flow- discharge plasma applicator thereby improving the anchoring and adhesion of the carbon fiber to the polymeric matrix. The mechanical stren…

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: Carbon Fiber, Plasma, Carbon...

Method for Accelerated Curing of Coatings for Explosion Prevention and Other Needs Using Microwave Technology Method for Accelerated Curing of Coatings for Explosion Prevention and Other Needs Using Microwave Technology Disclosure Number 200000799 Technology Summary A controlled variable or fixed frequency microwave applicator cutes newly coated metal or c…

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: Microwave, Curing, Metal...

Microwave and Millimeter Wave Method and Apparatus for Controlling Insects in Stored Products Microwave and Millimeter Wave Method and Apparatus for Controlling Insects in Stored Products Disclosure Number 200100980 Technology Summary A microwave device and process for control of insects of various species that infest stored grain products by the use of …

Superconducting High Strength Undiffused Brushless (HSUB) Motors and Generators Superconducting High Strength Undiffused Brushless (HSUB) Motors and Generators Disclosure Number 200201154 Technology Summary A motor/generator employing the HSUB concept that enables using a stationary cryostat together with permanent magnets (PM) to produce superconducting…

Epoxy Based Nanodielectric with Homogeneously Distributed Nanoparticles The dielectric breakdown strength of materials is important when designing high voltage power equipment. This invention is related to decreasing insulation thickness in high voltage systems without changing system voltage requirements. The invention presents fabrication of novel materials for electrical insulation with improv…

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: Epoxy, Dielectric, Fusion...

Device Fabrication Method for High Power Density Capacitors Disclosure Number 200902215 Technology Summary Presented invention is built on the glass or high performance polymer technology to produce energy storage devices, capacitors. Current state of art devices have low power densities and can not operate at high temperatures due to design and material …

FED/INTOR reactor design studies FED/INTOR REACTOR DESIGN STUDIES" T. G. Brown B. A. Cramer J . P. Davisson M. H. Kunselman W. T. Reiersen P. H. Sager D. J . S t r i c k l e r COiiF-G2C36P--l DEC'2 013 464 MARCH 1 9 8 2 *Research sponsored by the Office of Fusion Energy, U.S. Department of Energy, under contract W-7405-eng-26 with the Union Carbide Corporation. By acceptance of this …

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Fusion engineering device magnetic systems design By acceptance of ihis article, the publisher or^ciDier'.t acknowledges the U.S. Government's right to retain a non xc. .-' , royalty-free license in and to any copyright covering the article. FUSION ENGINEERING DEVICE MAGNETIC SYSTEMS DESIGN* R. W. D e r b y r R. J . Hooper/ B. L. Hunter,+ S. S. K a l s i , f V. C. Srivastava,+ S. Kim,* J.…

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Method of Rapidly Screening Buffer Layers in Photovoltaics This ORNL invention offers a new method to characterize the electrical properties of a material over a large area. Current methods permit measurement of only one spot of a substrate material at a time; the new method can measure the impedance of many spots on a large substrate simultaneously. This approach is particularly useful for solar…

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