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System for Detecting Petroleum Product Quantity and Adulteration Disclosure Number 201002393 Technology Summary Diesel fuel for over-road use is taxed at a higher level than off-road use petroleum products such as marine diesel and heating oil. These latter products are currently marked with dyes in order to distinguish them from over-road diesel fuel. Cu…

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Direct Write Sensors Disclosure Number 201503453 Technology Summary The invention relates to sensors and more specifically to low cost sensors and methods of manufacturing low cost sensors. This disclosure transforms the use of sensor technologies for the purpose of achieving energy efficiency improvement, environmental monitoring and assessment, and new discovery enabled by ubiquito…

Large Scale Polymer Additive Manufacturing and Carbon Fiber Layup Integration Large Scale Polymer Additive Manufacturing and Carbon Fiber Layup Integration Disclosure Number 201303152 Technology Summary The invention relates to additive manufacturing and more specifically to apparatuses and methods for producing large carbon fiber parts with high processing ra…

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A Frequency Data Recorder with Multiple Generator Tracking Disclosure Number 201202836 Technology Summary The invention relates to real-time monitoring of electrical distribution networks and more specifically to a sensor for performing real-time measurements of frequencies in an electric power system at a point-of-load. The sensor has the characteristics…

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Novel Instruments Usher in a New Paradigm for Eye Surgery Current treatment for corneal erosions creates deep perforations in the corneal tissue, resulting in the formation of visible scars. The tissues in the area around the focus of treatment are also vulnerable to the scarring, with significant negative consequences for refractive and optical vision. Scientists at ORNL in conjunction with th…

Acoustic Enhancement of Photodetecting Devices ORNL inventors developed a method that enhances the photodetecting ability of devices used in many applications, from television remotes, to standoff detectors for suspect materials, to advanced weapons guidance. Using a high Q acoustic resonator, the invention increases the sensitivity of the detectors by an order of magnitude producing a dramatic i…

A Mobile Motion Analysis System Using Intertial Sensors for Analysis of Lower Limb Prosthetics A Mobile Motion Analysis System Using Inertial Sensors for Analysis of Lower Limb Prosthetics John Kyle P. Mueller, Boyd M. Evans, III, M. Nance Ericson, Ethan Farquhar, Randall Lind Measurement Science and Systems Engineering Division Oak Ridge National…

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Developmentcatalytically Development of Catalytically Selective Electrodes for NOx and NH3 Sensing Background Recent efforts to improve vehicle fuel economy as well as to reduce emissions have demonstrated the need for a NOx sensor. The NOx sensor is an enabling technology which will promote the advancement of both lean burn gasoline engines and diesel engines by permitting improved engine contr…

Microrod Array Treats Erosion, Delivers Drugs to Cornea A device and a method for treating abrasion and recurrent erosion of the cornea of the eye were invented at ORNL. The cornea, responsible for two-thirds of the eye s optical power, can suffer recurrent erosion when a defect in its outermost layer, the epithelium, prevents epithelial cells from attaching to the adjacent Bowman s layer and str…

Sensor-Basedtagging Sensor-Based Tagging and Tracking System Next-Generation Time, Space, and Position Information System Executive Summary ORNL is conferring with the U.S. Army test and training community on the development of a next-generation time, space, and position information (TSPI) system capable of identifying (tagging) assets and tracking their movements along both the linear and rotat…

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