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The biggest battery breakthroughs of 2019
Aux-Equipment
Via NewAtlas: 2019 provided us with a number of battery breakthroughs that could change how we power our grids, our devices and also our modes of transport SergeyNivens/Depositphotos

Many corners of society stand to gain from advances in battery technology, from automakers, to manufacturers of consumer electronics to all that care about the environment. This year offered a little something for everybody with an interest in this area of science, bringing us tech that could charge electric vehicles in 10 minutes, batteries that suck carbon dioxide out of the air and news that the world’s biggest battery is set to get even bigger. Here are the most significant battery breakthroughs of 2019.
Posted by vlad on Wednesday, December 11, 2019 @ 18:31:28 MST (1299 reads)
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Nanoflowers Improve Ultracapacitors
Aux-Equipment Nanoflower power: A transmission electron microscope image shows a flowerlike manganese oxide nanoparticle deposited at the junction of crossed carbon nanotubes. Used as an electrode material, this nanotube-manganese-oxide composite could improve the energy-storage ability of ultracapacitors, which show promise as powerful, long-lasting replacements for batteries.
Credit: American Chemical Society

Imagine a cell-phone battery that recharges in a few seconds and that you would never have to replace. That's the promise of energy-storage devices known as ultracapacitors, but at present, they can store only about 5 percent as much energy as lithium-ion batteries. An advance by researchers at the Research Institute of Chemical Defense, in China, could boost ultracapacitors' ability to store energy.
Posted by vlad on Tuesday, September 16, 2008 @ 23:01:05 MST (4190 reads)
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TWO NEW ULTRA-SMALL GATE DRIVERS
Aux-Equipment NATIONAL EXPANDS INDUSTRY-LEADING FAMILY OF GATE DRIVERS WITH THE INTRODUCTION OF TWO ULTRA-SMALL PRODUCTS, September 20

National Semiconductor Corporation today introduced the latest additions to its family of high-voltage power control integrated circuits designed to provide efficient DC-DC power supply solutions.
Posted by vlad on Thursday, September 23, 2004 @ 21:07:04 MST (6899 reads)
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Utility metering via satelite
Aux-Equipment September 21 - MeterSmart, the foremost expert in energy data management for utilities and an energy information service of Hunt Power, today announced what may be the utility industry's most innovative meter data collection service. The new MeterSmart offering allows utilities to collect accurate meter data across the globe, including rural and remote areas, via a deployed constellation of more than 25 orbiting satellites.
Posted by vlad on Thursday, September 23, 2004 @ 21:02:25 MST (5183 reads)
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NASA Announces Moon Going Flat
Aux-Equipment 01-Apr-2004 - Unknowncountry.com:

NASA scientists announced yesterday that cracks have opened up in the moon, causing the leakage of millions of tons of methane gas trapped inside. As the process continues, surprised witnesses in polar regions, who see the moon from a slightly different angle than most viewers, are observing an unusual sight: the moon is getting flatter.
Posted by vlad on Thursday, April 01, 2004 @ 23:16:07 MST (10763 reads)
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New Permanent Magnet Axial Gap Motor Developed
Aux-Equipment matt writes: Not exactly over unity, but 90 to 95 percent efficiency ain’t bad… A company said its new motor has high efficiency, high power density, high peak torque across a wide speed range and fast transient response. The motor is aimed at developers of fuel cells and refrigeration compressors.

Posted by vlad on Tuesday, April 15, 2003 @ 22:47:50 MST (16719 reads)
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Benefits Provided to DG by a Parallel Utility System Connection
Aux-Equipment This new EPRI report attempts to demonstrate the value of the parallel utility connection for the DG sites. Various DG scenarios with and without a parallel utility connection were evaluated using a multitude of analytical tools and techniques. Parametric study of the load steps, load rejections, nonlinear loads, and other conditions was performed. The results are presented within the context of the value that the utility system offers to the DG. See more at: EPRI report
Posted by vlad on Tuesday, February 25, 2003 @ 23:55:51 MST (4763 reads)
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Title: Patent Granted for Hyper-Light-Speed Antenna
Aux-Equipment matt writes: Inventor granted patent for a "hyper-light-speed" antenna which apparently proves the existence of a new dimension that can send signals--and, therefore, energy--faster than the speed of light.

Posted by vlad on Saturday, February 01, 2003 @ 00:33:32 MST (22164 reads)
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DARPA Skunkworks to Produce JIP?
Aux-Equipment JIP: "Just In time Power" The right power at the right place at the right time. That's the mission that scientists at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) have embarked on.

Posted by vlad on Friday, January 24, 2003 @ 00:49:20 MST (7986 reads)
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Novel DG Control and Dispatching System
Aux-Equipment Well, the world is getting ready - we just need reliable ZPE devices to satisfy our own energy needs and sell the excess power to the utility. With SEAS ZPrize, that should happen soon...I hope.

According to a recent EPRI report, the utility has the tools now and would be more than happy to take our power!;-). The report is entitled "Novel Distributed Generation Control and Dispatching System: Application Validation and Benefits Quantification", Report 1004448, Published Oct 2002...(more)

Posted by vlad on Monday, October 07, 2002 @ 22:50:00 MST (4995 reads)
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Conversion and Control of Gravitational Energy
Aux-Equipment Glenn Roberts writes: Key Concepts for the Conversion and Control of GRAVITATIONAL Energy.

(My PRESENTATION OF RESULTS of PRIVATE RESEARCH in MAGNETICS and ELECTROGRAVITCS, based on UNIVERSITY STUDIES in ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, alternative studies, and God-given common sense.)

CONTENTS:

1. Introduction - a qualitative (non-math) explanation, revised since 1996
2. The need for a simplified, yet "complexified" Physics
3. Examples of well-known orthogonal effects in physics
4. Consistent comparison between magnetics and electrostatics
5. Contrast/Comparison between E/M and wired circuits
6a. The need for interfacing between fields and wired circuits
6b. Benefits of interfacing - e.g. "synergistic" conversion
7. The nature of the interface
8. Preparation and excitation of the interface 9. Principles of interfacial conversion (transformer/transducer)
10. Examples of successful synergistic exploits last century.

Posted by vlad on Saturday, July 20, 2002 @ 01:25:00 MST (13233 reads)
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SUSTAINABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES LTD.: NATIONAL LAB CONFIRMS 93% POWER CONVERSION
Aux-Equipment CALGARY, ALBERTA--In stand-alone tests conducted by Sandia National Laboratories [www.Sandia.gov], Sustainable Energy`s 5 kW power inverter demonstrated better than 93% power conversion efficiencies across a full power range, ranking it among the most efficient inverters at this power rating in the industry.

Posted by vlad on Friday, June 28, 2002 @ 23:23:00 MST (6375 reads)
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DG implementation spin-offs
Aux-Equipment Economies of mass production are being touted as an alternative to economies of scale (larger central station power plants) that electric utilities have employed over the last century to supply low-cost electric power. It is posited that mass production can result in low cost electric power generators with acceptable conversion efficiencies that can be installed at the load and be cost competitive with central power delivered to the load (EPRI - Technology Assessment of Residential Power Systems for DG Markets - EPRIsolutions report 1000772).

Posted by vlad on Saturday, June 01, 2002 @ 23:02:00 MST (2821 reads)
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More useful EPRI reports on DG issues
Aux-Equipment As I said before, the revolutionary energy devices we're discussing on this website will be, most probably, first used as stationary home generators. As such, they are categorized as Distributed Generation (DG) resources and would benefit from whatever research is done for DG (classical) technologies. Here are two interesting reports from EPRI: (...more)

Posted by vlad on Wednesday, May 01, 2002 @ 22:45:00 MST (3181 reads)
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EPRI Guide for Evaluating and Establishing Performance of Emerging DR Technologi
Aux-Equipment "This engineering guide characterizes heat-rate (efficiency), cogeneration (waste heat), electrical characteristics (for example, voltage and power quality), immunity, and emissions such as noise, disposable/hazardous wastes, and electromagnetic interference (EMI) for distributed resource (DR) technologies. The guide outlines requirements for consistent protocols, methods, and procedures applied to test and evaluate emerging DR technologies. Examples of these technologies are internal combustion engines, small gas turbines (including microturbines), fuel cells, and energy storage technologies." (EPRI)

ZPE devices would also fall under DR category. More info at: href=http://www.epri.com/OrderableitemDesc.asp?product_id=000000000001003963>http://www.epri.com/OrderableitemDesc.asp?product_id=000000000001003963

Posted by vlad on Sunday, December 23, 2001 @ 23:00:00 MST (2732 reads)
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