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Fri Mar 21 17:03:52 2014 UTClccn-n790930860.00Records,0.891.00Proposal to the Energy Research and Development Administration for institutional support of the MIT Energy Laboratory /125424505n 79093086325358ELEL AbkuerzungMassachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, Mass Energy LaboratoryMassachusetts institute of technology, Energy laboratoryMIT ELMIT EL AbkuerzungcontainsVIAFID/156271227Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Laboratory for Energy and the Environmentlccn-n78034868United StatesDepartment of Energyspnlccn-n79093089Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyDepartment of Chemical Engineeringreslccn-n78097601United StatesOffice of Fossil Energynp-louis, jean fLouis, Jean F.lccn-no88001470United StatesOffice of Coal Technologylccn-n77018722United StatesEnergy Research and Development AdministrationDivision of Coal Conversion and Utilizationlccn-n83178401Massachusetts Institute of TechnologySloan School of Managementnp-harleman, donald r fHarleman, Donald R. F.lccn-n50064733Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyHydrodynamics Laboratorylccn-n79110294Electric Power Research InstituteMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyEnergy LaboratoryPeriodicalsOcean thermal power plantsUnited StatesFossil fuel power plants--Environmental aspectsAtmospheric carbon dioxidePyrolysisCoalGas-turbinesSteam-turbinesAir quality managementCoal-fired power plants--Environmental aspectsPhotovoltaic power generationFluidizationMagnetohydrodynamic generatorsGas-turbine power-plantsAgricultureIrrigationIndustrial management--Mathematical modelsCoal gasification--Mathematical modelsEnergy policy--Mathematical modelsCombustion--Mathematical modelsFluidization--Mathematical modelsMassachusetts Institute of Technology.--Energy LaboratoryElectric power production--PlanningElectric power production--CostsCarbon dioxide--Environmental aspectsProduction engineering--Data processingPower resourcesGreenhouse effect, AtmosphericPower resources--ResearchFossil fuelsIrrigation farmingPower resources--Mathematical modelsEnergy policyDwellings--Energy consumption--Mathematical modelsFossil fuels--Mathematical modelsFossil fuels--Environmental aspectsClimatic changesPhotovoltaic power generation--ResearchEnergy developmentPetroleum reserves--Mathematical modelsHarrison, George Russell,United States.--National Security AgencyBates Linear Accelerator CenterUniversities and colleges--Faculty--ResearchMagnetic coresMassachusetts Institute of Technology.--Radiation LaboratoryCarnegie Corporation of New YorkMassachusetts Institute of Technology.--Department of Nutrition and Food ScienceMassachusetts Institute of Technology.--LibrariesLincoln Laboratory195919711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020011712668809662.66TD885.5.C3ocn727232306ocn068370704ocn727178519ocn727281109ocn068355134ocn727214419ocn068428741ocn068372312ocn727344413ocn0685377281041ocn032145316book19930.88A research needs assessment for the capture, utilization, and disposal of carbon dioxide from fossil fuel-fired power plants final report842ocn005128943book0.93Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyCombined cycle research program606ocn004753695book0.90Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyCritical contributions in MHD power generation591ocn005025327book0.90Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyBasic studies of coal pyrolysis and hydrogasification581ocn004968016book0.92Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyCoal pyrolysis by hot solids from a fluidized bed combustor501ocn004873683book19770.93Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyOcean thermal energy conversion plants : experimental and analytical study of mixing and recirculationOcean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) is a method of generating power using the vertical temperature gradient of the tropical ocean as an energy source. Experimental and analytical studies have been carried out to determine the characteristics of the temperature and velocity fields induced in the surrounding ocean by the operation of an OTEC plant. The condition of recirculation, i.e. the reentering of mixed discharge water back into the plant intake, was of particular interest because of its adverse effect on plant efficiency. The studies were directed at the mixed discharge concept, in which the evaporator and condenser water flows are exhausted jointly at the approximate level of the ambient ocean thermocline. The OTEC plant was of the symmetric spar-buoy type with radial or separate discharge configurations. A distinctly stratified ocean with uniform, ambient current velocity was assumed. The following conclusions are obtained: The recirculation potential of an OTEC plant in a stagnant ocean is determined by the interaction of the jet discharge zone and a double sink return flow (one sink being the evaporator intake, the other the jet entrainment). This process occurs in the near-field of an OTEC plant up to a distance of about three times the ocean mixed layer depth. The stratified internal flow beyond this zone has little effect on recirculation, as have small ocean current velocities (up to 0.10 m/s prototype). Conditions which are conducive to recirculation are characterized by high discharge velocities and large plant flow rates. A design formula is proposed which determines whether recirculation would occur or not as a function of plant design and ocean conditions. On the basis of these results, it can be concluded that a 100 MW OTEC plant with the mixed discharge mode can operate at a typical candidate ocean site without incurring any discharge recirculation412ocn004161726book19770.93Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyComputer-aided industrial process design : the ASPEN project : functional specifications for ASPEN241ocn004909324book0.95Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyModeling of fluidized bed combustion of coal181ocn006450460book19790.96Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyResearch on the external fluid mechanics of ocean thermal energy conversion plants : report covering experiments in stagnant water171ocn009002832book0.73Electric generation expansion analysis system175ocn010461352book19830.84Rose, David JGlobal energy futures and CO₂-induced climate change152ocn004869433book19780.93Lilien, Gary LThe diffusion of photovoltaics : background, modeling and initial reaction of the agricultural - irrigation sectorThis paper deals with the background, development and calibration of a model of innovation-diffusion, designed to help allocate government field test and demonstration resources in support of a photovoltaic technology across sectors, regions and over time. The paper reviews current work in the area of diffusion and substitution models, and gives a brief review of current theory in the buyer behavior area. A model is developed, drawing upon concepts in these areas, and its computer implementation is reviewed. The measures needed to calibrate the model are performed in the agricultural-irrigation sector in conjunction with a field installation in Mead, Nebraska. The analysis of those results indicated that - only three to four demonstration projects are needed to eliminate new product risk-perception among farmers; - exposure to a working PV site makes farmers more aware of potential energy savings than does a description of the system; - key factors associated with PV are - newness/expense - complexity of the system and use of untried concepts - independence from traditional fuel sources. - exposure to the site has little effect on preference; - PV is acceptable to a wide range of farmers; - a premium would be paid for the product. Additional model developments and the potential of a model-use to support decision-making for government programs are reviewed143ocn007411450serial0.88Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyE-labPeriodicals141ocn008678023book19780.95Computer-aided industrial process design : the ASPEN project : ninth annual report for the period June 1, 1978 to August 31, 1978131ocn006050125book19790.76Kuh, EIndependent assessment of energy policy models : final report131ocn008638194book19780.88Computer-aided industrial process design : the ASPEN project : second annual report for the period June 1, 1977 to May 30, 1978123ocn004949829book19780.86Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyEstimation methodology for energy supply from natural resources : final report111ocn009368250book19810.47Coal devolatilization information for reactor modeling : assessment of data and apparatus availability with recommendations for research111ocn008638628book19780.86Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyCritical contributions in MHD power generation : quarterly technical progress report for the period 1 March - 31 May 1978112ocn009422423book19820.70Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyAn Evaluation of the ORNL residential energy use model41ocn006826530book19800.96Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyEnergy Laboratory data and model directoryDirectories31ocn006853569book19960.92Energy Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology : a multidisciplinary center for energy-related research at MIT32ocn014911418book19840.92Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyEnergy Laboratory32ocn692147018com0.92Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyReports and working papersPeriodicalsBibliography31ocn016198636serial0.96Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyEnergy Laboratory : [report]21ocn041092425serial0.92Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyMIT annual report to ERDA : task orders, institutional funding, and future plans11ocn005120551serial1.00Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyProject summaries11ocn018830176book19741.00Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyObjectives and programs11ocn005120643serial1.00Massachusetts Institute of TechnologySummary report of Energy Laboratory activities11ocn007151990book19751.00Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyProposal to the Energy Research and Development Administration for institutional support of the MIT Energy Laboratory11ocn221594096book19920.47Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyEnergy Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology : an interdisciplinary center for energy-related research at MIT01ocn122408678mixMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyRecordsThe collection contains correspondence, memoranda, and other records about the laboratories and research centers at MIT that reported to the vice president for research, including the Francis Bitter National Magnet Laboratory, the Nuclear Research Laboratory, the Plasma Fusion Center, the Energy Laboratory, the Center for Materials Science and Engineering, the Center for Space Research, and the Research Laboratory of Electronics. Also included is correspondence with the National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges and the National Science Foundation, and information about patents01ocn080407513book1983Massachusetts Institute of Technology"Reports" and "Working papers"Bibliography01ocn122614881bookMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyRecordsRecords received in 1997 and 1999, boxes 31-33, are unprocessed01ocn122422127bookMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyRecordsRecords received in 1979, box 31, 1964-1968, contain proposals and other information about the Computer Center and the Harvard University Computing Center Visiting Committee; agreements with IBM; and information about Management Information Systems, the Biomedical Engineering Committee, 1964-1965, and the Cambridge Task Force on Transportation, 196801ocn122612226mixHill, Albert GordonPapersThe collection documents Hill's teaching, research, and administrative career at the MIT and his outside professional activities. Correspondence, memoranda, and reports document his involvement in the Energy Laboratory, the Research Laboratory of Electronics, the Instrumentation Laboratory (later the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory), Lincoln Laboratory, the Laboratory for Nuclear Science, the Radiation Laboratory, and the Plasma Fusion Center. There are affirmative action plans from MIT's laboratories and centers which he received as vice president for research. The collection also documents Hill's involvement with government security and military organizations such as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the Institute for Defense Analyses, the National Security Agency, and the United States Air Force. Also included is correspondence with professional organizations including the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, the American Institute of Physics, and the American Physical Society. Finally, correspondence and reports document Hill's involvement with outside corporations including Bowmar Instrumentation Corporation, General Atronics, Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, General Dynamics, and International Business Machines01ocn122506774mixMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyRecordsThe collection documents Killian's activities, interests, responsibilities, and major issues and changes at MIT during these years. The collection contains information about MIT's growth after World War II including the evolution of special programs and research projects; development of MIT's departments, laboratories, and centers; construction and building projects; and describes campus unrest during the Vietnam War era, fund raising activities connected to the Second Century Fund campaign beginning in 1961, and MIT's relationship to the Cambridge/Boston community01ocn005114364serialMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyMIT annual report to DOE : task orders and institutional fundingFri Mar 21 15:30:19 EDT 2014batch32074