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 AVEtec Energy CorporationBrian Monrad, President and CEO Small Business Other Energy Technologies Our AVE AERO Atmospheric Vortex Engine uses freely available natural or industrial sources of low-temperature heat (= warm air) to create and power and control an artificial tornado that functions like a natural chimney. The vortex is created by feeding warm air tangentially into an open-roofed arena where the rotating buoyant air forms a vortex as it rises. Power and robustness scale up exponentially with size, creating a draft that will move vast quantities of air at extremely low cost. This is a disruptive technology for the air handling, cooling and power generation industries because it is, in effect, a natural powerhouse
• made of warm air and
• running on warm air
• with no other moving parts.

This technology can be used to build a very inexpensive dry natural draft cooling tower.
Website: www.AVEtecEnergy.com

Email: bmonrad@vortexengine.ca

Phone: 416 932-2143

Address: ARPAe 2015 Summit Showcase Booth 1131, or, 57 Duggan Avenue, Toronto ON Canada M4V1Y1
 
 EsDesign Co., LtdStuart Saunders Small Business Other Energy Technologies I hold the world record for Computer CPU Coolers. Our non optimised prototype CPU Cooler has been tested to provide ∆T performance of 0.167°C/W. The next best cooler has a ∆T of 0.44°C/W.

Our cooler can be scaled up to any size, or down, & will provide the best non exotic* / non evaporative direct to air cooling - for any size. Very economical operation.

*i.e. no heat pipes, no peltier element, etc etc.

However, I am not a US citizen.

FYI; http://www.pattayamail.com/ourcommunity/local-inventor-wins-3-prestigious-awards-39370
Website: Www.FlossFirst.Com

Email: sds@esdesign.org

Phone: +66 8 0002 1166

Address: P.O. Box 7, Ban Amphur, Chonburi, THAILAND 20250
 
 UCIYun Wang Academic Power Generation: Renewable Thermal Fluid Analysis, Modeling, and Experiment.
Website: http://ywang.eng.uci.edu/Publications.htm

Email: yunw@uci.edu

Phone: 9498246004

Address: 4200 engineering gateway
 
 CeramatecDolly Chitta Small Business Power Generation and Energy Production: Fossil/Nuclear My name is Dolly Chitta. I am the PI on ARPA-E funded program for “Natural gas to Chemicals”. I worked with several ARPA-E PD’s Dr. Boysen, Dr. Lemmon, Dr. Cheryl Martin (former) and Dr. Mumme (current) T2M advisor. I have successfully transitioned the program from TRL 1-5 to private funding (Multimillion in 2 years) wherein CoorsTek has taken over the technology scale up effort beyond ARPA_E funding. I have a PhD with background in Chemical engg. I was part of a team for spinning off new start-ups as well as license the technologies to other companies. I work closely with a number of Fortune 500, privately held large companies, universities and VC firms for T2M (ex. Air Products, Chevron, Hunt Oil, CoorsTek, SABIC, BP, Grace Davison, Albemarle, Western H2 and ExxonMobil, UC Berkeley and Harvard U, UNC, Northwestern, ANL). I understand the ecosystem of technology transition for energy projects from early stage to ultimate commercialization and believe I can add value to ARPA-E teams.  
 University of Nevada, RenoMiles Greiner Academic Other Energy Technologies Our area of expertise includes conduction, radiation and convective heat transfer, numerical and experimental conjugate heat transfer, vacuum drying and forced helium dehydration processes. Our research group has extensive expertise in the experimentation and numerical modeling of dry cooling systems. Professor Miles Greiner, has performed experimental and computational research on grooved channel heat transfer augmentation since 1984. In previous project funded by the US department of Energy, we developed experimental apparatus and numerical simulations to quantify the heat transfer performance of finite-length continuously-grooved passage arrays, including the accelerating and decelerating flows entering and exiting arrays of parallel passages, and the development regions within the passages. The performance of grooved channel arrays was compared to that of flat passage arrays with the same mean wall center-to-center spacing.
Website: http://www.unr.edu/me/

Email: greiner@unr.edu

Phone: (775) 784-4873

Address: 1664 N. Virginia St. MS 312, Reno, NV 89557
 
 AltaRock Energy, Inc.Geoffrey Garrison Small Business Power Generation: Renewable AltaRock Energy, Inc. is a full-service geothermal energy technology and services company. AltaRock’s experienced team, innovative technology and creative approach turns underperforming assets into highly profitable energy projects, building and operating the geothermal power plants of the future. The company has leveraged its technology to become a leading developer and operator of advanced geothermal power projects. Currently focused on geothermal stimulations (also referred to as Engineered or Enhanced Geothermal Systems or “EGS”), AltaRock is expanding the market for geothermal power by enabling owners and operators to cost-effectively reduce dry-hole risk, expand the capacity of existing geothermal resources and increase profitability. AltaRock has successfully implemented its technology at several existing commercial projects with an average improved output of 70% and an average payback of less than one year.
Website: http://altarockenergy.com/

Email: ggarrison@altarockenergy.com

Phone: (206)729-2400 x206

Address: 4010 Stone Way N, Suite 400, Seattle, WA 98103
 
 Super Radiator CoilsJian Yu Small Business Power Generation and Energy Production: Fossil/Nuclear Dr. Jian Yu, Director of Product Development, manages the daily activities of the lab and reviews all the lab results for new surfaces and conditions. He has over 25 years of experience in academia and industry designing heat exchangers. He holds a BS degree from Tsinghua University, MS degree from Beijing University of Technology and a PH.D. degree from Kyushu University. He published more than 60 technical papers and chapters/books on flow boiling and condensation, enhancement heat transfer, heat exchanger design, renewable energy, etc.

Since 1928 Super Radiator Coils has been engineering and building cost effective, durable, and thermal efficient heating and cooling heat exchangers, to meet each customers challenging and unique heat transfer project. Super Radiator Coils customers benefit from a wide range of heat exchanger products, optional features and customized services that only a company having three fully equipped, staffed and diversified facilities, can offer.
Website: https://www.superradiatorcoils.com/

Email: jian.yu@superradiatorcoils.com

Phone: 804-378-1313

Address: 451 Southlake Blvd, Richmond, VA, 23236, United States
VA
 UND Energy & Environmental Research CenterDr. Bruce Folkedahl Academic Other Energy Technologies The Energy & Environmental Research Center (EERC) is part of the University of North Dakota as a separate research and development center that employs 235 full-time dedicated researchers and support staff. The EERC houses over 265,000 square feet of laboratories and technology demonstration facilities dedicated to providing solutions and new technologies to energy and environmental sectors. The EERC has conducted business with over 1200 clients, both Federal and commercial industries. As a nonprofit entity, EERC conducts contract R&D and demonstration both on technologies that have been conceived in-house and those brought to the EERC by organizations. The EERC has extensive private and federal project experience in steam cycle cooling developing hybrid cooling systems, desiccant-based water minimization technologies, and alternative cooling media. EERC engineers, scientists and technicians are adept at designing and building prototype systems for advanced power and fuel systems
Website: http://www.undeerc.org/

Email: bfolkedahl@undeerc.org

Phone: 701-740-0556

Address: 15 N 23rd St, Grand Forks, ND 58201
 
 CHEMAT TECHNOLOGY INC.Henry Zheng Small Business Other Energy Technologies Chemat Technology is an advanced material company with the expertise in coatings.
Website: www.chemat.com

Email: hzheng@chemat.com

Phone: 818-727-9786

Address: 9036 Winnetka Avenue, Northridge, CA 91324
 
 Cherokee Energy ManagementVince Marshall Small Business Building Efficiency Cherokee Energy is an Energy consulting & technology development company with a patent pending solution to reduce environmental effects of electric power plants, Neptune. Neptune technology allows power plants to remain online during droughts and other water related events which would otherwise cause shut downs. Cherokee Energy Management combines technical engineering expertise with MBA-level business talent and a passion for sustainability. We draw on our Native American roots, modern know-how and an unflagging commitment to engage, inform and satisfy our clients.

Past Performance with DOD, USCG, USDA, and national Utilities.
Website: www.cherokee-energy.com

Email: vince@cherokee-energy.com

Phone: 757-615-0387

Address: 7880 Golfcrest Drive San Diego CA 92119
 
 Lawrence Berkeley Nat'l Lab, Evironmental Energy Technologies DivisionRonnen Levinson Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) None of the above Our Division (Environmental Energy Technologies) has extensive experience in radiative and convective heat transfer, and in the optical properties (spectral reflectance, transmittance, and emittance) of practical construction materials. Our part of the Division, the Heat Island Group, has measurement experience with solar spectral reflectance and mid-infrared emittance. Prior work has included characterization of atmospheric thermal irradiance at the earth's surface, and its dependence on temperature, humidity, and cloud cover. The Division at large has extensive experience with the thermal performance of buildings.
Website: http://eetd.lbl.gov/

Email: rmlevinson@LBL.gov

Phone: 510-486-7494

Address: M/S 90R2000, 1 Cyclotron Rd., Berkeley, CA 94720
 
 Tennessee Tech UniversityEhsan Languri Academic None of the above Our research group at Tennessee Tech University (TTU) is focused on experimentation and modeling of advance thermal transport systems, thermal management and cooling technologies. Our research team is supported by Center of Manufacturing Research (CMR) with extensive support in designing, testing and manufacturing. Our team at TTU is willing to collaborate with others on any transformative ideas for this FOA ARID.
Website: https://www.tntech.edu/engineering/research/cmr/

Email: elanguri@tntech.edu

Phone: 931-372-6790

Address: 1 William L Jones Dr., Cookeville, TN 38505
 
 Florida International UniversityGeorge S. Dulikravich Academic None of the above Prof. George Dulikravich (Ph.D. Cornell'79; M.Sc. Minnesota'75; Dipl.-Ing. Belgrade'73) worked as an NRC Associate Fellow at NASA LeRC, a Visiting Scientist at DFVLR-Goettingen, Assist. Professor at Univ. of Texas-Austin (‘82-’86), Assoc. Professor at the Pennsylvania State Univ. (‘86-’99), Full Professor at Univ. of Texas at Arlington (‘99-‘03), Mech. & Mater. Eng. Dept. Chair at Florida International Univ. (’03-’09), and Professor (’09-). He has over 425 technical publications in diverse fields involving computational and analytical fluid mechanics, conjugate heat transfer, acceleration of iterative algorithms, computational grid generation, multi-disciplinary aero-thermo-structural-materials inverse problems, design and constrained optimization. He is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Inverse Problems in Science and Engineering and an Associate Editor of ten other journals. Professor Dulikravich is a Fellow of the AAM, ASME, RAeS and an Associate Fellow of the AIAA.
Website: http://maidroc.fiu.edu

Email: dulikrav@fiu.edu

Phone: +1 (954) 554-0368

Address: Mech.&Materials Eng., 10555 W. Flagler St., Miami, FL33174
 
 University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV)Kwang J. Kim Academic Other Energy Technologies Interest in studying surface materials modification for phase change heat exchangers in connection with dropwise condensation, boiling, heat transfer additives, protective coating materials, etc.

Kwang Kim’s Laboratory, namely Active Materials and Smart Living (AMSL) Laboratory, provides an academic environment to UNLV students and researchers to learn and develop necessary engineering skills and attitudes that are needed to become great innovators throughout the course of their career. The laboratory is adequately setup to study engineering science in connection with Energy and Matter that have the broader economic-and-sociological impact on “sustainability and health engineering”.

www.kwangjinkim.org
Website: www.kwangjinkim.org

Email: kwang.kim@unlv.edu

Phone: 702 774 1419

Address: 4505 S. Maryland Park Way, Las Vegas, NV 89154
 
 The University of AlabamaMuhammad Sharif Academic Other Energy Technologies We have combined team expertise in the design and analysis of heat transfer related problems. More specifically we have extensive experience in the numerical simulation of diverse multi-phase fluid flow transport and heat transfer problems, including heat exchanger analysis, impinging jet heat transfer, mixed convective heat transfer, and roughness and turbulence effects on heat transfer from surfaces, fluid-structure interactions, among others. We also have been collaborating with power and energy industries on various projects, such as regenerative cooling systems, steam generator piping network, and biomass gasification systems. With our expertise, we would like to support the investigation of the underlying physics associated with various configurations employed in dry cooling systems, and assess as well as improve their design and efficiency for the steam cooling power generation plant applications.
Website: http://aem.eng.ua.edu/

Email: msharif@eng.ua.edu

Phone: 205-348-8052

Address: Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics Department, The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0280
 
 Southern Research InstituteJay Wos Non-Profit Other Energy Technologies Southern Research Institute (Southern Research) is a leader in the development of scientifically rigorous testing methods/protocols for new technologies and focuses on providing independent assessments and high quality data to its clients. Southern Research is a partner in the Water Research Center (WRC) located at a coal-fired power plant and staffed full-time by Southern Research employees dedicated to the development, optimization, validation, and assessment of new and innovative water-base R&D projects. The WRC is particularly well suited for bench-, pilot- and field-scale experimentation and fully equipped with the necessary infrastructure already in place. The WRC was specifically designed with a plug-and-play philosophy in-mind to facilitate and accelerate technology R&D. Easy access to circulating cooling water and utilities required to support testing (power, water, air, onsite laboratory, etc.) are available to support project objectives.
Website: http://www.southernresearch.org/

Email: wos@southernresearch.org

Phone: 205-581-2502

Address: 2000 Ninth Avenue South, Birmingham AL, 35205
 
 SRI InternationalBarbara Heydorn Non-Profit Other Energy Technologies SRI International has extensive expertise in materials science and process scale-up, from initial demonstration to mini-pilot. Our scientists and engineers have worked with government clients that require novel, efficient processes to produce power in areas with limited resources. SRI has also worked with commercial clients serving utilities to design environmentally sound, energy- and resource-efficient processes. SRI has expertise in the testing, validation, and verification of novel commercially developed solid-state heat transfer devices. We are developing novel approaches to radiative cooling. SRI’s staff of 2,200 work in partnership with clients to invent, scale-up and commercialize promising technologies developed by SRI, brought to us by clients, or developed in partnership with clients.
Website: http://www.sri.com/

Email: barbara.heydorn@sri.com

Phone: 650 859 5717

Address: 333 Ravenswood Ave., Menlo Park, CA
 
 University of California at MercedYanbao Ma Academic None of the above We have expertise in simulation-guided experimental design for thermal management and energy systems.
Expertise related to the dry cooling design: 1. numerical anlysis on complex fluid/structure interaction and convective heat transfer efficiency; and 2. simulation-guided design of advanced air-cooled heat exchanger.
Website: http://welab.ucmerced.edu/

Email: yma5@ucmerced.edu

Phone: 209-228-4046

Address: 5200 North Lake Road, School of Engineering, UC Merced
 
 Sail D. White Enterprises, Inc.Don White Small Business Power Generation and Energy Production: Fossil/Nuclear Retired distribution lineman and electrical maintenance (nuclear certified at time of retirement); Has 4 patents transportation and safety; has new concept direct expansion cooling for the laser diodes used in Directed Energy Weapons that would be of value in this regarded effort. Owns a Sub-Chapter S R&D company.
Website: none

Email: sdwhite@centurylink.net

Phone: 479-970-4451

Address: 1212 S. Muskogee Ave; Russellville, AR 72801
 
 Oak Ridge National LaboratoryAyyoub M. Momen Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Building Efficiency Oak Ridge National Laboratory is DOE’s largest multi-program science and energy laboratory, with scientific and technical capabilities spanning the continuum from basic to applied research. These resources enable the lab to tackle an exceptionally wide range of R&D projects, from fundamental nuclear physics to applied R&D on advanced energy systems.

Our team is willing to support and collaborate with others on any transformative ideas that are proposed for FOA ARID.

Some of our capabilities includes but not limited to:
a) Facility for testing >20kW cooling systems
b) U.S. largest advanced manufacturing/additive manufacturing capabilities
c) Strong carbon fiber group
d) Advanced heat exchanger testing facilities
e) Advanced sorption system test facilities
Website: http://www.ornl.gov/user-facilities

Email: momena@ornl.gov

Phone: 865 574 4458

Address: One Bethel Valley Rd, POBox 2008, MS 6070, Oak Ridge TN 37831-6070
 
 SPX Cooling Technologies, Inc.Eric Rasmussen Large Business Other Energy Technologies We are a leading full-line, full-service cooling tower and air-cooled condenser manufacturer. The companies that formed SPX Cooling Technologies were founded more than 100 years ago and have more than 250 global patents in the power generation, industrial, refrigeration, and HVAC markets.

With more than 150 offices, subsidiaries, and partners worldwide, we have the global reach and local services necessary to deliver solutions for our customers.

Our corporate headquarters are in Overland Park, Kansas, United States.

SPX Cooling Technologies is a unit of SPX Corporation, a global provider of technical products and systems, industrial products, flow technology, cooling technologies and service solutions.
Website: www.spxcooling.com

Email: eric.rasmussen@spx.com

Phone: 9136647772

Address: 7401 W. 129th Street, Overland Park, KS 66215
 
 University of Hawaii at ManoaWeilin Qu Academic None of the above Boiling and two-phase flow, single-phase and two-phase heat sink design and optimization, thermal/fluid transport phenomena in micro-scale structures, high-heat-flux thermal management, solar powered humidification-dehumidification (HDH) seawater desalination
Website: http://www.me.hawaii.edu/faculty/qu.htm

Email: qu@hawaii.edu

Phone: 808-956-6332

Address: 2540 Dole Street, Holmes Hall 302, Honolulu, HI 96822
 
 Louisiana Tech UniversityDr. Chester Wilson Academic None of the above My background is in micro and nanotechnologies, and I am affiliated with the Institute for Micromanufacturing, a full capability micro and nanomanufacturing facility. I make a variety of microchannel structures, and nanowire heat dissipation devices. The process I use are all bulk electroplating, as opposed to conventional CMOS processes, so they are economical for use in these large scale cooling systems.
Website: ast.latech.edu

Email: chester@latech.edu

Phone: 318-497-0659

Address: 911 Hergot Ave, Ruston, La
 
 Brian AshkenaziBrian Ashkenazi Individual Power Generation: Renewable Owner of new Thermoelectric technologies, patents issued and pending, with potential to meet efficiencies of other Renewable Energy products/processes.
Website: www.linkedin.com

Email: dhovev@yahoo.com

Phone: 310-402-7350

Address: 1248 S. Camden Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90035
 
 Stanford UniversityAaswath Raman Academic Building Efficiency Our expertise lies in radiative cooling, a unique way of achieving water-free, electricity-free cooling that exploits the coldness of the sky and outer space. In particular, we have demonstrated for the first time daytime radiative cooling on large area substrates (a separate ARPA-E program). In doing so, we have developed domain expertise in building the panels needed to achieve sub-ambient-air-temperature cooling by using photonic approaches. Aaswath Raman was among the speakers at the workshop that preceded the development of this FOA (dry power plant cooling). We believe radiative cooling can work synergistically with other dry power plant cooling approaches, and that unique opportunities exist to scale it in ways suitable for use at the kW and MW-scale.
Website: http://www.stanford.edu/~aaswath

Email: aaswath@stanford.edu

Phone: 6036304996

Address: 348 Via Pueblo, Stanford, CA 94305
 
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