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Nano-amended Cement Composites for Nuclear Waste Storage
Reference #: 01389 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for nano-amended cement composites for nuclear waste storage. Background: Cement waste forms are typically used to store low-level nuclear waste, for which the primary isotope of interest is technetium (Tc). Several studies have demonstrated the rapid re-oxidation...
Published: 6/14/2023   |   Inventor(s): Fabio Matta, Mohammed Baalousha, Juan Caicedo, Joseph Flora, Shohana Iffat, Leydy Mejia Cruz, Mithun Sikder, Paul Ziehl, Mabel Cuellar-Azcarate, Ernest Wylie, Brian Powell, Steven Serkiz, Yuyu Xie
Keywords(s): Cement, nuclear waste, saltstone, technetium
Category(s): Engineering and Physical Sciences, Nanotechnology
Determination of the Remaining Life of a Structural System Based on Acoustic Emission Signals
Reference #: 00879The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for this novel method of determining the life span of a structural system.Potential Applications:The model updating process can be applied in an almost real-time fashion for structural health monitoring applications. Companies that perform inspection of structural...
Published: 4/4/2017   |   Inventor(s): Juan Caicedo, Boris Zarate, Paul Ziehl, Peter Yu
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Category(s): Engineering and Physical Sciences
Wireless Power Transfer to Embedded Sensors
Reference #: 00835The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for this technologyPotential Applications:Wireless embedded sensors for infrastructure monitoring in bridges, buildings, pipelines, power lines, and dams Hazardous waste processing and removal facilities Nuclear waste monitoring Biomedical applications Advantages...
Published: 4/12/2018   |   Inventor(s): Mohammod Ali, Juan Caicedo, Xiaohua Jin
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Category(s): Engineering and Physical Sciences
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