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Compact Reactor System Using High Density Nuclear Fuel
Reference #: 01591 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for Compact Reactor System Using High-Density Nuclear Fuel Background: Current micro-reactors require a fuel resupply tail that has proven so costly in numbers of casualties in conflicts over the past two decades or more. Invention Description: The small, safe,...
Published: 9/14/2022   |   Inventor(s): Travis Knight, Matthew Diedzic
Keywords(s): advanced nuclear fuel, control drums, high density nuclear fuel, Mobile nuclear micro-reactor, neutron moderator, nuclear fuel cladding
Category(s): Energy, Engineering and Physical Sciences
Methodology and GUI for NDE/SHM using Two-Stage Compressive Sensing
Reference #: 01579 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for Methodology and GUI for NDE/SHM using Two-Stage Compressive Sensing Background: Compressive Sensing has been shown to greatly reduce data acquisition and processing burdens by providing mathematical guarantees for accurate signal recovery from far fewer samples...
Published: 9/14/2022   |   Inventor(s): Sourav Banerjee, Mustahseen Indaleeb, Shawn Beard, Ritubarna Banerjee
Keywords(s): Compressive Sensing, Data Features, Data Reduction, NDE, SHM, Ultrasonics
Category(s): Engineering and Physical Sciences
Hybrid Rotating Machinery Fault Diagnosis and Prognosis
Reference #: 01570 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for Hybrid Rotating Machinery Fault Diagnosis and Prognosis Background: Bearing faults are the top contributor to the failure of rotating machinery systems. In wind energy systems, about 80% of gearbox failures are caused by bearing faults. According to verified...
Published: 9/13/2022   |   Inventor(s): Guangxing Niu, Bin Zhang
Keywords(s): Continuous wavelet transform, convolutional neural network, Fault model selection, Particle filter, Rotating machinery systems, STP estimation
Category(s): Engineering and Physical Sciences
Self-biased 4H-SiC MOS devices for radiation detection
Reference #: 01614 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for Self-biased 4H-SiC MOS devices for radiation detection. Background: 4H-Silicon Carbide has a unique combination of physical properties such as excellent carrier transport properties, high breakdown voltage, high displacement threshold, high thermal conductivity,...
Published: 9/6/2022   |   Inventor(s): Krishna Mandal, Sandeep Chaundhuri
Keywords(s): Epitaxial layers, MOS devices, pulsed laser deposition, radiation detectors, silicon carbide (4H-SiC), yttrium oxide (Y2O3)
Category(s): Energy, Engineering and Physical Sciences, Environmental and Sustainability
New Method to Produce PBI Films without using Organic Solvents
Reference #: 01429 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for New Method to Produce PBI Films without using Organic Solvents Background: Polybenzimidazole Film is used in membrane electrode assemblies for fuel cells, flow batteries, and hydrogen pumps. The PBI film is a separator between a nickel mesh and carbon felt....
Published: 9/4/2022   |   Inventor(s): Brian Benicewicz (USC), Fei Huang, Lihui Wang, Laura Murdock
Keywords(s): Film, Gel membrane, PBI, Polybenzimidazole, PPA Process, solvent-free
Category(s): Engineering and Physical Sciences
New Approach For Fabricating N-polar AlxGa1-xN Devices
Reference #: 01435 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for a new approach for N-polar AlxGa1-xN Devices. Background: A high electron mobility transistor (HEMT) is a transistor that uses an electric field to control the flow of current, which incorporates a junction between two materials with different band gaps where...
Published: 9/4/2022   |   Inventor(s): Asif Khan
Keywords(s): High Voltage Transistors, N-polar AlxGa1-xN, Power Electronics
Category(s): Engineering and Physical Sciences
Methods and Integrated Structures of Heat Dissipation for Microwave Antennas
Reference #: 01445 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for Methods and Integrated Structures of Heat Dissipation for Microwave Antennas Background: With the significant growth in mobile traffic and number of wireless communication standards, 5G mobile networks are rapidly developed which are forecast to have a larger...
Published: 9/4/2022   |   Inventor(s): Guoan Wang, Jinqun Ge, Sanjib Sur, Srihari Nelakuditi
Keywords(s): heat sink, integrated structure, microwave antenna, reconfigurable, Thermal dissipation
Category(s): Engineering and Physical Sciences
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
Transfer of Wide and Ultrawide Bandgap Layers to Engineered Substrate
Reference #: 01577 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for Transfer of Wide and Ultrawide Bandgap Layers to Engineered Substrate Background: The intrinsic properties of both wide bandgap (WBG) and ultrawide bandgap (UWBG) semiconductor materials make them suitable for a wide range of other applications in high power...
Published: 8/30/2022   |   Inventor(s): Asif Khan, M.V.S. Chandrashekhar, MD Alam, Mikhail (Mike) Gaevski
Keywords(s): Flexible electronics, high-power electronics, Laser liftoff, Mechanical transfer, Thermal management
Category(s): Energy, Engineering and Physical Sciences
Over-the-Air Computation Methods Based on Balanced Number Systems for FEEL
Reference #: 01612 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for Over-the-Air Computation Methods Based on Balanced Number Systems for FEEL Background: Federated edge learning (FEEL) is a distributed learning framework that leverages the computational powers of edge devices (EDs) and uses the local data at the EDs without...
Published: 8/30/2022   |   Inventor(s): Alphan Sahin
Keywords(s): federated learning, non-coherent computation, over-the-air computation, quantization, signed-digit number system
Category(s): Software and Computing, Engineering and Physical Sciences
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