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Page 82 - CGCS shall meet the requirements of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Section III, nuclear power plant components (with minor exceptions) and certain specified Reactor Development and Technology (RDT) standards.
Page 61 - This project will be undertaken with international partners to dramatically reduce air pollution and capture and store emissions of greenhouse gases.
Page 114 - Forum, a group of ten leading nuclear nations (United Kingdom, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, France, Japan, Republic of Korea, Republic of South Africa, Switzerland, and the United States), who last year selected six promising technologies for joint research, development, and demonstration. While the Department has not yet decided upon which of these technologies it will eventually focus, all of the technologies are of considerable interest. The six innovative...
Page 49 - Glass activity is to develop advanced glass technologies that will reduce the gap between actual melting energy use (more than 1 1 million Btu to melt a ton of glass as measured in 19%) and the theoretical minimum (2.5 million Btu per ton) by 50 percent by 2020.
Page 2 - ... for 18 seconds, and 30kW continuous at a system cost of $12/kW peak. • 60% peak energy-efficient, durable fuel cell power system (including hydrogen storage) that achieves a 325 W/kg power density and 220 W/L operating on hydrogen. Cost targets are at $45/kW by 2010 ($30/kW by 2015).2 • To enable clean, energy-efficient vehicles operating on clean, hydrocarbon-based fuels powered by either internal-combustion powertrains or fuel cells, the goals are: • Internal combustion engine powertrain...
Page 14 - Agreement between the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
Page 28 - The team then initiated additional sets of elimination parametrics and conservation strategies until no more energy-conserving strategies could be identified. LEED SYSTEM The team used the US Green Building Council's LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating System as a design guidance and decision-making tool. Because the project currently is out to...
Page 156 - Fuel cells generate electricity through an electrochemical process in which the energy stored in a fuel is converted directly into DC electricity and thermal energy.