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ID660173Funding AgencyNatural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of CanadaEffective Date2018-04-01Funding Amount$723,795
The NSERC Green Surface Engineering for Advanced Manufacturing (Green-SEAM) Strategic Network is a far reaching collaborative research effort by leading Canadian researchers and their industry and government partners to position Canada as a world leader in emerging coating and surface engineering technologies. It will support key Canadian economic sectors that generate high value jobs and are export intensive. They include advanced manufacturing in aerospace and automotive, natural resources …
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ID628642Funding AgencyNatural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of CanadaEffective Date2017-04-01Funding Amount$749,456
The NSERC Green Surface Engineering for Advanced Manufacturing (Green-SEAM) Strategic Network is a far reaching collaborative research effort by leading Canadian researchers and their industry and government partners to position Canada as a world leader in emerging coating and surface engineering technologies. It will support key Canadian economic sectors that generate high value jobs and are export intensive. They include advanced manufacturing in aerospace and automotive, natural resources …
Patent
Publication NumberUS 20130098880Filing StatusPatent ApplicationAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2012-08-31Publication Date2013-04-25
A liquid-in-gas injector tube in which the diameter of the inner liquid-bearing tube within the gas-transmitting tube is reduced adjacent the outlet end of the injector. Clogging may be further reduced by adding vanes to the outer surface of the inner liquid-bearing tube within the gas-transmitting tube to impart swirling or otherwise focus the flow of gas at the exit of the injector tube.
Research Grant
ID504761Funding AgencyNatural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of CanadaEffective Date2012-04-01Funding Amount$1,152,884
Fuel Cells efficiently and cleanly generate electrical power through the electrochemical oxidation of fuels. Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs) are high temperature ceramic systems that offer significant advantages over other power sources, including the more well-known low temperature PEM Fuel Cells. SOFCs have ~80% energy conversion efficiencies when both heat and power are used, can operate on a range of existing fuels, and have lower environmental footprints than traditional combustion based …
Patent
Publication NumberUS 20110237421Filing StatusPatent ApplicationAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2009-05-29Publication Date2011-09-29
The present invention provides a system for producing coatings on a substrate from a liquid feedstock. The system comprises an axial injection thermal spray torch and a liquid feedstock delivery means for delivering a controlled flow of liquid feedstock to the torch. The torch is provided with a convergent/divergent nozzle.
Patent
Publication NumberCN 102046303 AFiling StatusPatent ApplicationAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2009-05-29Publication Date2011-05-04
The present invention provides a system for producing coatings on a substrate from a liquid feedstock. The system comprises an axial injection thermal spray torch and a liquid feedstock delivery means for delivering a controlled flow of liquid feedstock to the torch. The torch is provided with a convergent/divergent nozzle.
Research Grant
ID481968Funding AgencyNatural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of CanadaEffective Date2011-04-01Funding Amount$1,239,894
Fuel Cells efficiently and cleanly generate electrical power through the electrochemical oxidation of fuels. Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs) are high temperature ceramic systems that offer significant advantages over other power sources, including the more well-known low temperature PEM Fuel Cells. SOFCs have ~80% energy conversion efficiencies when both heat and power are used, can operate on a range of existing fuels, and have lower environmental footprints than traditional combustion based …
Research Grant
ID483920Funding AgencyNatural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of CanadaEffective Date2011-04-01Funding Amount$51,662
) The project will develop a method for the rapid and easily-automated manufacture of solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) for clean, efficient power generation. A manufacturing technique will be developed based on a continuous process of plasma spraying in air that is easily scalable for mass production. This work has the potential to drastically reduce the processing time for manufacture of solid oxide fuel cells from 3 days to 3 minutes - a significant breakthrough that will bring SOFCs closer…
Patent
Publication NumberEP 2296826 A1Filing StatusPatent ApplicationAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2009-05-29Publication Date2011-03-23
Patent
Publication NumberUS 20100176524Filing StatusPatent ApplicationAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2007-03-29Publication Date2010-07-15
A method and system for production of powders, such as micropowders and nanopowders, utilizing an axial injection plasma torch. Liquid precursor is atomized and injected into the convergence area of the plasma torch. The hot stream of particles is subsequently quenched and the resultant powders collected.
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