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FOA 2193 2020 Joint Project Kickoff Meeting Presentations

Crosscutting Research – University Training & Research Program

University Coal Research (UCR) and Historically Black Colleges and Universities, and, Other Minority Institutions (HBCU-OMI)
FOA 2193 Joint Project Kickoff Meeting

Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Novel Sensors and Controls for Flexible Generation

Crosscutting Research – Sensors, Controls, and Novel Concepts Program Overview  
Sydni Credle, Technology Manager, University Training & Research, NETL 
Benjamin Chorpening, Research Engineer, TPL, Adv. Sensors & Controls FWP, NETL

Passive Wireless Sensors for Temperature and Corrosion Monitoring of Coal Boiler Components under Flexible Operation
PI: Edward M. Sabolsky, West Virginia University (UCR)

Robust Heat-Flux Sensors for Coal-Fired Boiler Extreme Environments
PI: Oded Rabin, University of Maryland (UCR)

Ceramic-based Ultra-High Temperature Thermocouples in Harsh Environments
PI: Yucheng Lan, Morgan State University (HBCU-OMI)

Wireless High Temperature Sensor Network for smart boiler systems
PI: Xuejun Lu, University of Massachusetts – Lowell (UCR)

High-Accuracy and High-Stability Fiber-Optic Temperature Sensors for Coal Fired Advanced Energy Systems
PI: Ming Han, Michigan State University (UCR)

Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Machine Learning for Computational Fluid Dynamics

MFiX Overview
Jeff Dietiker, Senior Research Scientist, Battelle/NETL

TensorFlow Overview
Dirk VanEssendelft, General Engineer – AI/ML Accelerated Solutions for CFD, NETL

Developing drag models for non-spherical particles through machine learning
PI: Rui Ni, Johns Hopkins University (UCR)

Development and Evaluation of a General Drag Model for Gas-Solid Flows via Physics-Informed Deep Machine Learning
PI: Cheng-Xian Lin, Florida International University (HBCU-OMI)

A general drag model for assemblies of non-spherical particles created with artificial neural networks
PI: Zhi-Gang Feng, The University of Texas at San Antonio (HBCU-OMI)

Unsupervised Learning Based Interaction Force Model for Nonspherical Particles in Incompressible Flows
PI: Liang-Shih Fan, Ohio State University (UCR)

Thursday, October 29, 2020

Fast, Efficient, And Reliable Fossil Power with Integrated Energy Storage

Crosscutting Research – Energy Storage Program Overview  
Briggs White, Technology Manager, Crosscutting Research, NETL

Techno-Economic and Deployment Analysis of Fossil Fuel-Based Power Generation with Integrated Energy Storage
PI: Nenad Sarunac, University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UCR)

Quantum for Energy Systems and Technologies (QUEST)

NETL Quantum Activities Overview  
Madhava Syamlal, Senior Fellow, Computational Engineering, NETL

Harnessing Quantum Information Science for Enhancing Sensors in Harsh Fossil Energy Environments
PI: Bryan M Wong, University of California, (HBCU-OMI)

Ultra-low Disorder Graphene Quantum Dot-Based Spin Qubits for Cyber Secure Fossil Energy Infrastructure
PI: Sreeprasad Sreenivasan, University of Texas at El Paso (HBCU-OMI)