GS - Past Projects
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CEM is investigating technologies to help ship owners operate their fleets in a more fuel-efficient, reliable manner which is synergistic with a global push for lower-emission marine transportation.
The Center for Electromechanics has a major research program to improve electric ship technology.
Smartgrid / Microgrid
A smartgrid is a portion of a larger electric power system that embraces a high concentration of measurement, communication, and control.
Power System Simulation Environment for Combat Utility Reliability (PS-SECURE)
A computer program to enhance field operations of military microgrids post- deployment. Helps overcome issues related to excessive fuel demand and waste, operating microgrids by un-trained personnel.
This Flexible Power Conversion System grant to will fund the procurement of one PowerModule PM3000 Developer Kit, six PM3000 Converters
Collaborators at the University of Texas at Austin Center for Electromechanics and the University of Alaska at Fairbanks developed frequency-stability margins to maintain proper operation of Nome’s power system and used a computer model to validate the predictions.