Advanced Materials, Manufacturing, Sustainable Energy
Compared with conventional methods, direct laser 3D printing (DL3DP) can avoid furnace firing, miniaturize the manufacturing space by one hundred times, and decrease the manufacturing time by 150 times down to minutes while only consuming 10% of processing electricity.
Inventor: Dr. Joshua Tong
Manufacturing, Sustainable Energy
This source-agnostic time domain distance relay uses only single-ended measurements to detect, classify, and locate any fault on the line it monitors while eliminating known weaknesses of distance relays. Recent advances in renewable energy technology allow several hundred megawatts of power to be in a single plant and connect to the electric grid through inverters. All major renewable resources, such…
Inventor: Sukumar Brahma, Prabin Adhikari, and Phani
Biotechnology, Sustainable Energy
This aquaculture ecosystem utilizes low RPM paddle wheels to control water flow rate and feed fish waste to algae to reduce eutrophication effects. For every ton of fish produced as much as 66 kilograms of nitrogen waste and 10.5 kilograms of phosphorus waste are produced.
Inventor: David Brune, John Collier, Arnold Eversole, Thomas Schwedler
Situational awareness is critical and important to control room operators for secure and efficient smart grid/power system operation. Continuous data sense-making is critical for ensuring the stability of the power system. This Clemson technology relates to an electrical grid control system and, more particularly, to an improved system and method for grid control using an n-dimensional cellular computational network to provide a situational awareness (SA) framework.
Inventor: Kumar Venayagamoorthy
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.
Inventor: John Fox, Nicholas Rigas, and Randy Collins