Awards & Honors › R&D100 Awards
- Mesoporous Carbon for Capacitive Deionization Electrodes for Desalination - developed and jointly submitted by ORNL's Sheng Dai and Richard Mayes of the Chemical Sciences Division, David DePaoli and Costas Tsouris of the Energy and Transportation Science Division, James Kiggans Jr. of the Materials Science and Technology Division, Craig Blue, director of the Energy Materials Program, Charles Schaich of the Measurment Science and Systems Engineering Division, former post doctoral researcher Xiquing Wang and Frederic W. Seamon III of Campbell Applied Physics.
- CermaClad - jointly developed and submitted by MesoCoat of Euclid, Ohio, Edison Materials Technology Center of Dayton, Ohio, and ORNL. The ORNL team consists of Craig Blue, director of the Energy Materials Program, Art Clemons of the Energy Materials Program, Nancy Dudney, Chad Duty, David Harper, Adrian Sabau and Vinod Sikka of the Materials Science and Technology Division, Ron Ott of the Energy and Transportation Science Division and John Rivard of the Global Security Directorate.
- New Stainless Steel Alloy Tooling For High Temperature Presses that Form Aircraft Components- developed and jointly submitted by Roman Pankiw, Don Voke and Alberto Jablonski of Duraloy Technologies and an ORNL team consisting of Govindarajan Muralidharan, Phil Maziasz, Neal Evans, Mike Santella, Chris Stevens, Jackie Mayotte, Ed Kenik, Vinod Sikka and Ken Liu.
- "ORNL researchers win eight R&D 100 awards" (July 20, 2009, News Release).
- PulseForge 3100 - submitted jointly by Stan Farnsworth of NovaCentrix and a team led by Chad Duty of ORNL's Materials Science and Technology Division.
- Alumina-forming austenitic stainless steels - invented and submitted by a team led by Michael Brady of ORNL's Material Science and Technology Division.
- Thermomagnetic processing technology - developed and submitted jointly by Gerard Ludtka of ORNL's Materials Science and Technology Division, Aquil Ahmed of Eaton, Aashish Chourey of American Magnetics and Ronald Akers of Ajax TOCCO Magnethermic.
- TMA® 6301 and TMA® 4701: New Heat-Resistant Alloys, DOE Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Duraloy Technologies, Inc.; Scottdale PA, Nucor Sheet Mil Group; Crawford I, G. Muralidharan, V. K. Sikka, P. J. Maziasz, N. D. Evans, M. L. Santella, C. O. Stevens, K. C. Liu (retired) (MSTD), 2006.