Electronic Parts/Manufacturing

Electronic Parts/Manufacturing

Molten Core Flux Formation Method and Fibers Formed Therefrom

Advanced Materials, Manufacturing, Fiber and Films

Semiconductor optical fibers marry the enablement of modern electronic devices of semiconductors with the light-guiding capability of fiber optics. Combining these attributes allows for the desirable material properties of important semiconductor phases in the form of long lengths of fiber. Semiconductor optical fibers are made using one of two approaches: the molten core method and a chemical vapor deposition method….

Topology Agnostic Detection and Location of Fault in DC Microgrid Using Local Measurements

Information and Communication, Manufacturing

This topology agnostic fault detection and location technology is the first such technology that is system-independent, uses only local measurements, and is closed form (non-iterative). Combining these attributes allows this technology to operate quickly to meet the needs of the growing DC microgrid market. This speed advantage bridges a major challenge for DC microgrids by protecting components from speed critical…

Purposeful Failure Methodology for Machinery


This failure methodology utilizes purposeful generation of labeled failure mode datasets via surrogate purposeful failure twin (SPFT) simulations. Machine learning powered performance analysis, predictive maintenance, and production management capable of reducing unexpected failure and unnecessary downtime are enabled via this innovation. This technology revolutionizes the manufacturing operations management (MOM) system market, which currently suffers from a gap in the availability…

The Clemson University 15 MW Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) Grid Simulator System

Sustainable Energy

The Clemson HIL Grid Simulator allows wind turbine generator manufacturers to test both mechanical and electrical characteristics of their machines in a well-controlled and calibrated environment. This electrical grid simulation system and method combines components to better mimic and control expected and unexpected parameters in an electrical grid.
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