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Dielectric Barrier Discharge Plasma System for in-situ Hydrogen Peroxide Production
Reference #: 01599 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for Dielectric Barrier Discharge Plasma System for in-situ Hydrogen Peroxide Production Background: Most of the hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) vapor generators, which exist in the market merely use flash vaporization of the liquid form of H2O2 to form H2O2 vapor. Some...
Published: 11/18/2022   |   Inventor(s): Malik Tahiyat, Tanvir Farouk
Keywords(s): Dielectric barrier discharge plasma, Hydrogen peroxide, Laser-induced fluorescence, OH radicals, photofragmentation laser induced fluorescence
Category(s): Engineering and Physical Sciences
Misty Plasma Dielectric Barrier Discharge Plasma System for Disinfection
Reference #: 01600 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for Misty Plasma Dielectric Barrier Discharge Plasma System for Disinfection Background: Approximately 1.7 million healthcare-associated infections occur each year in the U.S., killing 98,000 patients. COVID-19 has revealed further weaknesses in the preparedness...
Published: 11/17/2022   |   Inventor(s): Malik Tahiyat, Tanvir Farouk, Shamia Hoque, Traci Testerman
Keywords(s): cold atmospheric plasma, dielectric barrier discharge, disinfection, sterilization, water vapor plasma
Category(s): Biomedical and Life Sciences, Health Sciences
Siloxane Removal Off Landfill Gas Using Dielectric Barrier Discharge Plasma
Reference #: 01437 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for Siloxane Removal off Landfill Gas Using Dielectric Barrier Discharge Plasma Background: U.S. regulations have set a target of generating 25% of the energy from renewable sources by 2025, which is also a prime motivation of using LFG (Landfill Gas) as an alternative...
Published: 9/4/2022   |   Inventor(s): Tanvir Farouk, Shamia Hoque, Malik Tahiyat
Keywords(s): dielectric barrier discharge, GCMS, landfill gas, nonequilibrium plasma, siloxane, volatile organosilicate, XPS
Category(s): Engineering and Physical Sciences, Energy, Environmental and Sustainability
Water Vapor Quantification Methodology During Drying of Spent Nuclear Fuel
Reference #: 01367The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for Water Vapor Quantification Methodology during Drying of Spent Nuclear FuelBackground:Spent fuel rods from nuclear reactors are initially kept in spent fuel pools to allow radioactivity to die away to levels that these rods can be stored in dry cask. After being...
Published: 5/27/2021   |   Inventor(s): Tanvir Farouk, Malik Tahiyat, Travis Knight
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Category(s): Engineering and Physical Sciences, Energy
On-Demand Sweating-Boosted Air Cooled Heat-Pipe Condensers
Reference #: 01198The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for On-Demand Sweating-Boosted Air Cooled Heat-Pipe CondensersBackground:AS part of initiates for the development of a green economy, the U.S. federal government requires 2% annual reduction of water use for industrial, domestic, commercial, and agricultural applications,...
Published: 3/23/2020   |   Inventor(s): Chen Li, Jamil Khan, Xinyu Huang, Tanvir Farouk
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Category(s): Engineering and Physical Sciences
Methodology/System for Reforming Liquid Fuel to Tailor Engine Combustion-Emissions
Reference #: 01156 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for a methodology/system for reforming liquid fuel to tailor engine combustion-emissions. Background: In compression ignited systems, the auto-ignition timing is inherently related to the chemical properties of the fuel charge and can also be controlled by the...
Published: 5/27/2021   |   Inventor(s): Tanvir Farouk, Frederick Dryer, Sang Hee Won
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Category(s): Engineering and Physical Sciences, Energy
Suppression of Self-Pulsing Regime of DC-driven Microplasma Discharge
Reference #: 01196 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for an instability suppressor circuit for self-pulsing DC driven micro-plasma discharge. Background: Micro-plasmas are plasmas of small dimensions, often within tens to thousands of micrometers in size. They are widely used for attaining non-thermal and non-equilibrium...
Published: 4/6/2017   |   Inventor(s): Tanvir Farouk, Rajib Mahamud
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Category(s): Engineering and Physical Sciences
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