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Technical Proceedings of the 2011 Clean Technology Conference and Trade Show

Clean Technology 2011

Chapter 4:

Energy Storage & Novel Generation

-Advanced p- and n-Dopable Polymer Supercapacitors
 Y.-G. Kim, P.J. Kinlen, J.-H. Jung, J. Mbugua, S. Besic, M. Birschbach, G. Tregre, H.-L. Nguyen
 Crosslink, US
-Properties of Linear Low Density Polyethylene Reinforced with Multi-walled Carbon Nanotubes by Cryogenic Ball-Milling
 K.A. Narh, G. Terife
 New Jersey Institute of Technology, US
-Nickel-Zinc Rechargeable Batteries – the High Performance, Low Cost, Clean Solution for Hybrid Vehicles
 D. Squiller
 PowerGenix, US
-Simulation of a Range Extender Power Train for a City Bus
 L. Andaloro, F. Sergi, G. Napoli, G. Dispenza, V. Antonucci
-Fuel Cells – Commercial Innovation Built on High Electrical Efficiency
 T. Rowe
 Ceramic Fuel Cells Limited, AU
-SOFC/ZEBRA® hybrid system
 M. Ferraro, G. Napoli, F. Sergi, G. Brunaccini, G. Dispenza, V. Antonucci
 Institute of Advanced Technologies for Energy “Nicola Giordano” - National Council of Research, IT
-Advanced Catalysts for Fuel-Flexible Fuel Cells
 M. Grant Norton, S. Ha, O. Marin-Flores, K. Fleckner, M.K. Neylon, J. Breit
 Washington State University, US
-Theoretical Modeling of Phase Diagram of Clathrate Hydrates toward Hydrogen Storage Applications
 R.V. Belosludov, H. Mizuseki, O.S. Subbotin, V.R. Belosludov, Y. Kawazoe
 Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University, JP
-Microstructures and Electrochemical Properties of Rapidly-solidified Si-Mn-Cr alloys
 H.W. Han, D.K. Ahn, H-J Ahn, W-W Park, K.Y. Sohn
 Inje University, KR
-Microstructures and electrochemical properties of Si-Ni based alloys
 J-J Song
 Inje University, KR
-Overview of four energy storage techniques
 C. Chukwubuikem
 University of Cape Town, ZA
-(Au, Ag, Ti)-SiO2 Core-Shell Nanoparticles Based Polymer Nanodielectrics for Energy Storage Applications
 N. Badi, R. Singh, A. Bensaoula, S. Rittikulsittichai, T. Thanasarakhan, T. Randall Lee
 University of Houston, US
-Optimization study of Supercapacitor electrode material composition and thickness for enhanced performance of the Supercapacitor
 A.P. Ranade, D.Y. Jung, B.G. Sammakia, T. Eilertsen, T. Davis
 Binghamton University, US
-Carbon-supported platinum and nickel nanoparticles for CO capture in hydrogen fuel cells
 D. J. D. Durbin, D. Plana, D. J. Fermin, C. Malardier-Jugroot
 Royal Military College of Canada, CA
-Design and Fabrication of Hydroelectric Fuel Cell System for Household Power Application
 K.C. Nguyen, L.T. Chung
 THLLC Joint Stock Company, VN
-Investigation of a short stack PEM electrolyzer based on a nanosized IrO2 anode electrocatalyst
 A. Di Blasi, S. Siracusano, V. Baglio, N. Briguglio, A. Stassi, V. Antonucci, A.S. Aricò
-Strain effect on the hydrogen storage capacity of graphite oxide
 J. Kim, M. Seo, J. Kim, S. Kang
 Seoul National Univ., KR
-Synthesis of TiO2 Nanotube Arrays for Hydrogen Production from Photo-Assisted Water Splitting Reaction
 A.Y. Kawde, A. Vats, R.V. Shende, J.A. Puszynski
 South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, US
-Increased Bandwidth of Mechanical Harvester
 B. Ahmed Seddik, G. Despesse, E. Defay
 CEA/Leti-Campus, FR
-The Design, Installation, and Maintenance of a Village-Sized Solar Power System in Uganda
 B.M. Osende, J.P. Abraham, G.S. Mowry
 University of St. Thomas, US
-Adsorption-Enhanced Compressed Air Energy Storage
 T.F. Havel
 Energy Compression Inc., US
-Study of the factors effect on the power storage and generation of a nano-biomimetic membrane electrode-assembling (NBMEA) for battery/fuel cell dual applications
 E.T. Chen, C. Ngatchou
 Advanced Biomimetic Sensors, Inc., US
-Dynamic Model Refinement for Buoyant Energy Storage Technology
 T.B. Thornbrue, R. Ghorbani
 University of Hawaii at Manoa, US
-Generation of clean energy by applying parametric resonance to quantum nonlocality clocking
 S.Y. Berkovich
 The George Washington University, US
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