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High-Performance Batteries for Off-Peak Energy Storage and Electric-Vehicle Propulsion, Progress Report: January-March 1976

High-Performance Batteries for Off-Peak Energy Storage and Electric-Vehicle Propulsion, Progress Report: January-March 1976

Date: May 1976
Creator: Nelson, P. A.; Ivins, R. O.; Yao, N. P.; Battles, J. E.; Chilenskas, A. A.; Gay, E. C. et al.
Description: Quarterly report describing the research and management effort of Argonne National Laboratory's program on lithium/metal sulfide batteries during the period January-March 1976. These batteries are being developed for energy storage on utility networks and for electric-vehicle propulsion. The present cells are vertically oriented, piismatic cells with a central positive electrode of FeS or FeS; and two facing negative electrodes of lithium-aluminum alloy, and an electrolyte of molten LiCl-KC1. The cell operating temperature is 400-450C.
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Gasification of Chars Produced Under Simulated in situ Processing Conditions Quarterly Report: January-March 1976

Gasification of Chars Produced Under Simulated in situ Processing Conditions Quarterly Report: January-March 1976

Date: 1976?
Creator: Fischer, J.; Lo, R.; Young, J. & Jonke, A.
Description: This effort is being directed toward support studies for the national endeavor on in situ coal gasification. This task involves the investigation of reaction-controlling variables and product distributions for the gasification of both coals and chars utilizing steam and oxygen. Included in this task is the investigation of the effects of using brackish water as the water supply. The high-pressure char gasification system has been received from the manufacturer and is currently undergoing testing. The types of experiments that would be most useful in their studies have been discussed with two of the three laboratories carrying out field tests of in-situ gasification.
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Physical Parameters in Synthoil Process, Quarterly Report: January-March 1976

Physical Parameters in Synthoil Process, Quarterly Report: January-March 1976

Date: 1976?
Creator: Fischer, J.; Lo, R.; Nandi, S.; Fredrickson, D.; Bump, T. R.; Mulcahey, T. P. et al.
Description: This work is being done in support of the development of processes for converting coal to liquid fuel of low sulfur content, suitable for use in power production. Most of the effort is intended to produce information applicable to the SYNTHOIL Process. In the SYNTHOIL Process for converting coal to a low-sulfur fuel oil, coal is liquefied and hydro-desulfurized in a turbulent-flow, catalytic packed-bed reactor. A slurry of coal in recycled oil is reacted with hydrogen at 450 degrees C and 2,000 to 4,000 psi in the presence of Co-MoSiO2-Al2O3 catalyst. The turbulent flow of fluid prevents the coal's mineral matter from settling and plugging the reactor. The gross liquid products are centrifuged to remove the unreacted solids. The centrifuged liquid product is a low-S, low-ash fuel. The following four tasks are included: (1) heat of reaction of hydrogen with coal slurries; (2) heat transfer coefficient; (3) additives to facilitate separation of solids from liquids; and (4) catalyst testing. These are now in the planning stage of development.
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Radiological and Environmental Research Division Annual Report: Part 1, Fundamental Molecular Physics and Chemistry October 1976-September 1977

Radiological and Environmental Research Division Annual Report: Part 1, Fundamental Molecular Physics and Chemistry October 1976-September 1977

Date: 1977?
Creator: Argonne National Laboratory. Radiological and Environmental Research Division.
Description: Annual report of the Argonne National Laboratory Radiological and Environmental Research Division regarding activities related to molecular physics and chemistry. This report discusses studies on electron collisions with molecules, photo-absorption and its consequences such as photo-electron emission, and pertinent theories.
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Radiological and Environmental Research Division Annual Report: Part 4, Atmospheric Physics, January-December 1977

Radiological and Environmental Research Division Annual Report: Part 4, Atmospheric Physics, January-December 1977

Date: 1977?
Creator: Argonne National Laboratory. Radiological and Environmental Research Division.
Description: Annual report of the Argonne National Laboratory Radiological and Environmental Research Division regarding activities related to atmospheric physics. This report discuses programs in air-water heat transfer and on fog formation on cooling ponds, dispersion characteristics in the wakes of buildings and in coastal regimes and measurements of pollutant fluxes to water surfaces.
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Johnson Controls Inc. Battery Division Annual Report, 1985: Research, Development and Demonstration of Lead-Acid Batteries for Electric Vehicle Propulsion

Johnson Controls Inc. Battery Division Annual Report, 1985: Research, Development and Demonstration of Lead-Acid Batteries for Electric Vehicle Propulsion

Date: March 1986
Creator: Johnson Controls, Inc. Globe Battery Division.
Description: Report on research and development of the lead-acid battery for electric vehicle propulsion, focusing on continuing development on the forced electrolyte flow-through concept with some work on the composite, plastic/lead grid.
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Dynamic Behavior of Reacting Gas Jets Submerged in Liquids: a Photographic Study : Annual Report for the Period May 1, 1985 - May 1, 1986

Dynamic Behavior of Reacting Gas Jets Submerged in Liquids: a Photographic Study : Annual Report for the Period May 1, 1985 - May 1, 1986

Date: September 1986
Creator: Cho, D. H.; Armstrong, D. R. & Bova, L.
Description: A photographic study of a hydrogen chloride gas jet reacting in an aqueous solution of ammonia was conducted. The high-speed motion pictures taken revealed that the behavior of the reacting gas jet was highly dynamic and complex. The gaseous jet penetration (''plume'') was not stationary, but underwent a change in shape and size with time, which appeared to be periodic or cyclic. Certain observations made, including a high-pitched sound, exhibited a striking similarity to the so-called ''singing flame'' phenomenon. Such dynamic plume behavior is attributed to the vaporization of the bath liquid due to reaction heat release. The plume length measurements for large concentrations of ammonia seem to confirm the prediction that when the extent of vaporization is large, the plume length is mainly determined by the distance required for condensation of the vapor.
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Physical Parameters in Synthoil Process, Quarterly Report: October-December 1975

Physical Parameters in Synthoil Process, Quarterly Report: October-December 1975

Date: 1976
Creator: Fischer, J.; Lo, R.; Nandi, S.; Fredrickson, D.; Bump, T. R.; Mulcahey, T. P. et al.
Description: This work is being done in support of the development of processes for converting coal to liquid fuel of low sulfur content, suitable for use in power production. Most of the effort is intended to produce information applicable to the SYNTHOIL Process. In the SYNTHOIL Process for converting coal to a low-sulfur fuel oil, coal is liquefied and hydro-desulfurized in a turbulent-flow, catalytic packed-bed reactor. A slurry of coal in recycled oil is reacted with hydrogen at 450 degrees C and 2,000 to 4,000 psi in the presence of Co-MoSiO2-Al2O3 catalyst. The turbulent flow of fluid prevents the coal's mineral matter from settling and plugging the reactor. The gross liquid products are centrifuged to remove the unreacted solids. The centrifuged liquid product is a low-S, low-ash fuel. The following four tasks are included: (1) heat of reaction of hydrogen with coal slurries; (2) heat transfer coefficient; (3) additives to facilitate separation of solids from liquids; and (4) catalyst testing. These are now in the planning stage of development.
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Gasification of Chars Produced Under Simulated in situ Processing Conditions Quarterly Report: October-December 1975

Gasification of Chars Produced Under Simulated in situ Processing Conditions Quarterly Report: October-December 1975

Date: 1976
Creator: Fischer, J.; Lo, R.; Young, J. & Jonke, A.
Description: This effort is being directed toward support studies for the national endeavor on in situ coal gasification. This task involves the investigation of reaction-controlling variables and product distributions for the gasification of both coals and chars utilizing steam and oxygen. Included in this task is the investigation of the effects of using brackish water as the water supply. The high-pressure char gasification system has been received from the manufacturer and is currently undergoing testing. The types of experiments that would be most useful in their studies have been discussed with two of the three laboratories carrying out field tests of in-situ gasification.
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Fuel Cycle Programs, Quarterly Progress Report: January-March 1979

Fuel Cycle Programs, Quarterly Progress Report: January-March 1979

Date: January 1980
Creator: Steindler, M. J.; Ader, M.; Bernstein, G.; Flynn, K. F.; Gerding, T. J.; Jardine, L. J. et al.
Description: Quarterly report of the Argonne National Laboratory Chemical Engineering Division regarding activities related to properties and handling of radioactive materials, operation of nuclear reactors, and other relevant research.
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