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In the final analysis
Transformational energy materials project launches next phase
Failure is not an option in educating Tomorrow’s engineer
Status and challenges in electrochemical energy storage technologies for stationary applications
Enabling renewable energy—and the future grid—with advanced electricity storage
Yang, Zhenguo; Liu, Jun; Baskaran, Suresh; Imhoff, Carl; Holladay, Jamie
Lithium-ion batteries for stationary energy storage
Xu, Terrence; Wang, Wei; Gordin, Mikhail; Wang, Donghai; Choi, Daiwon
Sodium-beta alumina batteries: Status and challenges
Lu, Xiaochuan; Lemmon, John; Sprenkle, Vincent; Yang, Zhenguo
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions: A grand challenge with materials solutions
A low-cost electro-gen solvent for carbon dioxide sequestration
Neelameggham, Neale; Davis, Brian
Residues recycling: Reducing costs and helping the environment
Venancio, Luis; Souza, José; Macedo, Emanuel; Quaresma, João; Paiva, Antonio
Aluminothermic reduction of metal oxides by concentrated solar irradiation
Production of Si by vacuum carbothermal reduction of SiO2 using concentrated solar energy
Loutzenhiser, Peter; Tuerk, Ozan; Steinfeld, Aldo
Toward the achievement of vision 2020 goals of the heat treating industry
Hassan, Alaa; Hamed, Mohamed
Materials for next-generation nuclear plants: Objectives and challenges
Linga Murty, K.
The DOE advanced gas reactor fuel development and qualification program
Petti, David; Maki, John; Hunn, John; Pappano, Pete; Barnes, Charles; Saurwein, John; Nagley, Scott; Kendall, Jim; Hobbins, Richard
Structural materials issues for the next generation fission reactors
Chant, I.; Murty, K.
Ferritic steels for sodium-cooled fast reactors: Design principles and challenges
Raj, Baldev; Vijayalakshmi, M.
Irradiation-tolerant nanostructured ferritic alloys: Transforming helium from a liability to an asset
Odette, G.; Hoelzer, D.
Irradiation induced creep of graphite
Burchell, T.; Murty, K.; Eapen, J.
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