ORNL

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ORNLOak Ridge National Laboratory
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"Both the sound waves and the heat-hopping mechanism first theorized by Einstein characterize a two-channel model, and not only in this material, but in several other materials that also demonstrate ultralow conductivity," said ORNL materials scientist David Parker.
After recovery and extensive purification, the Ra-226 feedstock--which is fabricated into small targets--is then irradiated in the High Flux Isotope Reactor (HFIR), a DOE Office of Science User Facility at ORNL.
The ORNL-led team of researchers reached these findings through investigating and comparing the genomes of KalanchoAaAaAeAe1/2 fedtschenkoi, Phalaenops equestris (orchid) and Ananas comosus (pineapple) using ORNL's Titan supercomputer.
"Air leaks are responsible for over 4% of all energy used in the U.S.," says ORNL's Som Shrestha.
"When we left an aqueous solution of the guanidine open to air, beautiful prism-like crystals started to form," said ORNL's Radu Custelcean, Ph.D.
CI, ORNL and Local Motors of Chandler, Ariz., made quite a splash at the IMTS 2014 show in Chicago when they created the world's first 3D-printed car on-site at the tradeshow.
"Aluminum has been in mass scale production for more than a century, but current cast aluminum alloys cannot withstand the temperatures required by new advanced combustion regimes," said Amit Shyam, principal investigator, ORNL. "Our goal is to take high-temperature cast aluminum where it has never been."
Until recently, ORNL FCU, which was chartered in 1948 to serve employees of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tenn., has been cautious about adopting new technology.
Most impressive, according to Lonnie Love, group leader of ORNL's Automation, Robotics, and Manufacturing Group, is that engineers developed the Big Area technology over a span of six months.
Traditionally there have been three popular mainstream communication frameworks to support various interconnect technologies and programming languages: MXM, developed by Mellanox Technologies; PAMI, developed by IBM; and UCCS, developed by ORNL, the University of Houston, and the University of Tennessee.
US ITER developed a multi-function high power test stand at ORNL to confirm transmission line design and test specific components.