NASA Langley Research Center has developed a novel negative dielectric constant material based on ion conducting materials. A negative dielectric constant material is an essential key for creating metamaterials, or artificial negative index materials (NIMs). NIMs have generated great attention due to their unique and exotic electromagnetic properties,
A new linear solar collector has been developed and patented that promises to be a less expensive replacement for parabolic trough collectors. Parabolic trough collectors suffer from the difficulty of maintaining mirror orientation for a very large mirror that can be subjected to significant winds.
Our motor concept is both novel and sustainable. It requires no complicated windings or Rare Earth magnets. The idea utilizes the Lorentz Force: In physics (particularly in electromagnetism) the Lorentz force is the combination of electric and magnetic force on a point charge due to electromagnetic fields.
The Spiral Magnetic Motor (SMM) is novel and unique since it has been proven to accelerate a permanent magnet rotor through 90% of its cycle with only permanent magnets, thus potentially providing a clean, inexhaustible source of constant torque for use as a motor or generator.
Phononic Vibes introduces a new disruptive technology with unprecedented performances in the vibration and noise control and isolation, with a circular economy approach.
It originated from the research activity at Politecnico di Milano and Massachusetts Institute of Technology of its founders in the field of meta-materials,
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