TURBINE (US government project)

Known as: TURBINE, Turbine (disambiguation) 
TURBINE is the codename of an automated system which in essence enables the automated management and control of a large network of implants (a form… (More)
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2016
2016
Scope of the analysis presented in this work was the improvement in the design of a microturbine for dental applications. The… (More)
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2016
2016
SIMULATION OF POWER CONTROL OF A WIND TURBINE PERMANENT MAGNET SYNCHRONOUS GENERATOR SYSTEM Nantao Huang, B.S. Marquette… (More)
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2012
2012
Malaysia exerts predominantly low wind due to its geographical location near to the equator. The monsoon winds are blocked by the… (More)
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2010
2010
Often in the development of a biometric product the evaluator of the system is the same institution who developed the algorithm… (More)
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2009
2009
The transformation of engine control systems from centralized to distributed architecture is both necessary and enabling for… (More)
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2007
2007
  • Dieter Sporer, Iacopo Giovannetti, Arno Refke, Massimo Giannozzi
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Abradable seals are employed in turbomachinery to reduce leakage gaps between stationary and rotating parts to improve efficiency… (More)
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2002
2002
This paper presents the theoretical methodology, conceptual demonstration, and validation of a fully automated computer program… (More)
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2001
Highly Cited
2001
HE AIM OF WIND TURBINE SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT is to continuously increase output power. A few years ago, the rated output power of… (More)
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2001
2001
....................................................................................................................................................6 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY........................................................................................................................7 2. INTRODUCTION......................................................................................................................................9 3. THE ELECTROMAGNETIC ENVIRONMENT.................................................................................10 3.1 FIXED BROADCAST TRANSMITTERS .......................................................................................................10 3.2 ELECTRICAL MACHINERY ......................................................................................................................11 3.3 POWERLINES ...........................................................................................................................................12 3.4 RADAR SYSTEMS .....................................................................................................................................12 3.5 MOBILE TRANSMITTERS.........................................................................................................................13 3.5.1 Emergency Services Vehicles.......................................................................................................13 3.5.2 Private Mobile Radio Systems......................................................................................................14 3.6 AMATEUR RADIO USERS.........................................................................................................................14 3.7 TRANSIENT DISTURBANCES ....................................................................................................................14 4. ELECTRIC AND HYBRID-ELECTRIC VEHICLES.........................................................................15 5. DRIVE SYSTEMS FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLE APPLICATIONS..................................................17 5.1. AC INDUCTION MOTOR.........................................................................................................................17 5.2. AC SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR (BRUSHLESS DC MOTOR) .......................................................................18 5.3. DC BRUSHED MOTOR............................................................................................................................19 5.4. SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MOTOR (SRM).............................................................................................19 6. POWER SUPPLIES.................................................................................................................................20 6.1. BATTERIES..............................................................................................................................................20 6.2. ULTRACAPACITORS (SUPERCAPACITORS) ............................................................................................21 6.3. FUEL CELLS............................................................................................................................................22 6.4. TYPES OF FUEL CELL.............................................................................................................................22 6.4.1. Solid Polymer ..............................................................................................................................22 6.4.2. Alkaline........................................................................................................................................23 6.4.3. Phosphoric Acid ..........................................................................................................................23 6.4.4. Fuel Cell Summary .....................................................................................................................24 6.5. FLYWHEEL BATTERIES ..........................................................................................................................24 6.5.1. Flywheel Batteries Summary ......................................................................................................24 6.6. GAS TURBINE-ELECTRIC .......................................................................................................................24 6.6.1. Micro Turbine system..................................................................................................................24 7. CHARGING SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLES .........................................25 7.1. INDUCTIVE..............................................................................................................................................25 7.2. CONDUCTIVE ..........................................................................................................................................26 8. ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS FOR VEHICLES ......................................................................................28 8.1. ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. .............................................................................................................................28 8.2. TRACTION CONTROL. ............................................................................................................................28 8.3. CRUISE CONTROL/SPEED LIMITERS. ....................................................................................................29 8.4. SUPPLEMENTARY RESTRAINT SYSTEMS ...............................................................................................29 8.5. STEERING................................................................................................................................................30 8.6. DRIVE TRAIN. .........................................................................................................................................31 8.6.1. Electronic Stability Control (ESC) .............................................................................................31 8.7. ACTIVE SUSPENSION ..............................................................................................................................32 8.8. BLUETOOTH............................................................................................................................................32 8.9. KEYLESS ENTRY/PASSIVE START AND ENTRY SYSTEMS (PASE)........................................................33 8.10. SMART CARD SYSTEMS........................................................................................................................33 8.11. TRANSPONDER/GPS SYSTEMS.............................................................................................................33 
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1997
1997
SUMMARY This is the second part of the numerical investigation on a low emissions staged turbine combustor (STC) using a modified… (More)
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