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e-Black Surfaces
STFC's Accelerator Science department has developed a method of laser ablation to reduce secondary as well as photo-electron yields in particle accelerators and RF waveguides to less than 1. Secondary electron emission is an unwanted effect limiting the performance of high energy colliders, storage rings and dumping rings such as the Large Hadron C...
Published: 27/04/2016
Keywords(s): 02.j. Aerospace Technology, 03.c. Apparatus Engineering, 03.c1 Wave-guides, 03.c2 Klystrons, 04. ENERGY, 04.c. Energy transmission and conversion, 04.e. Nuclear Fission/Nuclear Fusion, 05.f1 Accelerators
Category(s): Accelerator Technology, Manufacturing & Process Engineering, Advanced Materials, Scientific Instrumentation, Optics & Lasers
Charged Particle Generator
High energy, high current proton beams are currently used in many areas of technology and research, and continue finding applications in even more areas. Reliability of such beam sources have been a major problem in the commercial viability of the same, especially in fields where reliability is key such as accelerator driven sub-critical reactors. ...
Published: 08/04/2014
Keywords(s): 04. ENERGY, 04.e. Nuclear Fission/Nuclear Fusion
Category(s): Accelerator Technology, Energy & Alternative Fuel
Ammonia Storage
Hydrogen is often claimed to be the best alternative fuel for automotive purposes if not for the complications involving its safe and efficient storage. The technology developed by STFC, utilizes compounds having the general formula M1x(BH4)y(NH2(R2))n to safely and efficiently store and when required release hydrogen. This technology has multiple ...
Published: 31/03/2014
Keywords(s): 03.d. Chemical Tech. & Engg., 04. ENERGY, 04.a. Energy storage and transport, 04.b. Energy production, 04.f. Renewable Sources of Energy, 05.g. Mechanical Engineering, 10.b. Environment
Category(s): Energy & Alternative Fuel, Mechanical & Automotive