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Algorithm for Detection of Real-Time Damage using Acoustic Emissions
Reference #: 01546 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for Algorithm for Detection of Real-Time Damage using Acoustic Emissions Background: Other methods of damage detection rely on historical data (meaning that they will need to collect multiple days, weeks, or months of data before they can make a determination...
Published: 8/31/2022   |   Inventor(s): Paul Ziehl, Casey Cole
Keywords(s): acoustic emission, Acoustic emissions, classification, damage, decision tree
Category(s): Advanced Materials, Engineering and Physical Sciences
Scalable Production of Ultrathin GO-Based Membranes/Coatings by Printing
Reference #: 01246 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for Scalable Production of Ultrathin GO-Based Membranes/Coatings by Printing Invention Description: This invention is about a novel, scalable method to quickly and controllably deposit ultrathin GO membranes/coatings via facile printing process on various porous...
Published: 8/8/2022   |   Inventor(s): Miao Yu, Mahdi Fathizadeh
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Category(s): Engineering and Physical Sciences, Advanced Materials
Auxetic metamaterials guided by blue-phase liquid crystals disclination network
Reference #: 01569 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for Auxetic metamaterials guided by blue-phase liquid crystals disclination network Background: Metamaterials with a negative Poisson ratio are known as auxetic structures. Interestingly, auxetic and near-zero Poisson’s ratio (ZPR) responses are ubiquitous...
Published: 8/2/2022   |   Inventor(s): Monirosadat Sadati, Sepideh Norouzi, Nader Taheri-Qazvini, Jose Adrian Martinez Gonzalez
Keywords(s): 3D printing, Auxetic structure, Blue phase liquid crystals, Metamaterials, Zero Poisson’s ratio
Category(s): Advanced Materials, Engineering and Physical Sciences, Health Sciences
Thermoplastic composite utilizing torrefied biomass
Reference #: 01515 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for Thermoplastic composite utilizing torrefied biomass Background: This invention solves two primary problems. First, it provides a use for waste forestry and agricultural biomass, which currently do not have attractive commercial uses resulting in forest fires...
Published: 1/19/2022   |   Inventor(s): Jochen Lauterbach, Michael Royko
Keywords(s): Biodegradeable Plastics, Biomass Torrefaction, Biomass Upgrading, Green Chemistry, Sustainable Plastic Production
Category(s): Advanced Materials, Engineering and Physical Sciences, Environmental and Sustainability
Bilayer Ceramic Interconnect
Reference #: 01496 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for Bilayer Ceramic Interconnect Background: Interconnect (IC) is a component connecting two adjacent cells in a solid oxide cell to build up voltage and power. LaCrO3-based ceramic ICs is commonly employed in tubular solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs). However, it...
Published: 11/4/2021   |   Inventor(s): Kevin Huang, Xin Yang
Keywords(s): conductivity, Cr-free, interconnect, low-cost manufacturing, solid oxide cells
Category(s): Advanced Materials, Engineering and Physical Sciences, Energy
Non-Newtonian Materials for the Prevention of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
se; } Reference #: 01212 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for a non-Newtonian material for the prevention of mild traumatic brain injury. Background: Head impacts and concussions caused by contact sports are a growing source of concern around the United States as concussions are a major health problem in both...
Published: 10/1/2021   |   Inventor(s): David Metts, Robert Gower, George Kemmerlin
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Category(s): Engineering and Physical Sciences, Advanced Materials
Friction Stir Welding Assisted Induction Welding of Fiber Reinforced Polymers
Reference #: 01074 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for Friction Stir Welding Assisted Induction Welding of Fiber Reinforced Polymers Background: Thermoplastic matrix composites (TPMC) have several advantages over thermosetting composites (TSMC). They are re-processable and joints between TPMC parts can be made...
Published: 6/18/2021   |   Inventor(s): Michel Van Tooren
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Category(s): Advanced Materials, Engineering and Physical Sciences
Continuous Fiber Impregnation for Additive Manufacturing Using In-line Polymerization
Reference #: 01380 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for Continuous Fiber Impregnation for Additive Manufacturing Using In-line Polymerization Background: The growth of new and evolving 3D printers has stemmed from a desire for efficient manufacturing that can be used to produce many complex geometries. The development...
Published: 6/18/2021   |   Inventor(s): Michel Van Tooren, Wout De Backer, Valerie Kay
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Category(s): Engineering and Physical Sciences, Advanced Materials
Persistent Micelle Corona Chemistry
Reference #: 01535 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for Persistent Micelle Corona Chemistry Background: Polymer micelles have found significant uses in areas such as drug/gene delivery, medical imaging, and as templates for nanomaterials. For many of these applications, the micelle performance depends on its size...
Published: 6/1/2021   |   Inventor(s): Morgan Stefik, Taylor Larison
Keywords(s): drug delivery, drug delivery pharma, electrolyte, micelle
Category(s): Chemistry and Biochemistry, Nanotechnology, Advanced Materials, Health Sciences
3D Printed Carbon Induction Receptors for Welding of GFRTP
Reference #: 01207 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for access to a method for Induction welding of glass fiber reinforced thermoplastic composites using carbon filament susceptors. Background: USC has developed a 3D printer for continuous carbon fiber. This machine can be used to print the receptors on a glass...
Published: 5/13/2021   |   Inventor(s): Michel Van Tooren, Harm van Engelen
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Category(s): Engineering and Physical Sciences, Advanced Materials
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