Learn more about UC TechAlerts – Subscribe to categories and get notified of new UC technologies

Browse Category: Energy > Wind

Categories

[Search within category]

High Pressure Heat Exchanger Produced by Additive Manufacturing

Researchers at the University of California, Davis and Carnegie Mellon University have developed a new design and fabrication method for high pressure heat exchangers (HX) using additive manufacturing (AM). This method would allow for the creation of primary heat exchanger (PHX) systems with minimal energy loss.

Design for Viable Integrated Wind Turbines

UCLA researchers in the Department of Mechanical Engineering have demonstrated improved aerodynamic and mechanical performance of wind turbines with a parafoil design that reduces wind turbine rotor weight along with a “drag start” method for rotation of lift-driven wind turbines.

Synthesis Technique to Achieve High-Anisotropy FeNi

Researchers at the University of California, Davis have developed an innovative synthesis approach to achieve high anisotropy L1 FeNi by combining physical vapor deposition and a high speed rapid thermal annealing (RTA).

A Low-Profile Flow Shear Sensing Unit

UCLA researchers have developed an accurate low-profile shear sensing unit that is viable for both gas and liquid flows.

High-Strength Wind Turbine Blades and Wings

UCLA researchers in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering have developed a novel biplane blade configuration that optimizes aero-structural performance for wind turbine blades and other airfoil applications.

  • Go to Page: