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The following papers have been presented at technical conferences to introduce the new technologies owned by PARISE RESEARCH TECHNOLOGIES to the research community, to demonstrate their usefulness, to illustrate their technical feasibility, and to gain feedback and input from other researchers and engineers. Although some papers may contain rigorous mathematical presentations, the majority of the papers are in prose from which any layperson can glean valuable information about the technology.
ANTI-GLOBAL WARMING DEVICE:
Parise, R.J., 2002, Offset Global Warming with the Earth CoolerTM, Proc. IECEC02, Washington, DC, Paper No. IECEC 2002-20097.FUEL CELL AND BATTERY COOLER:
Parise, R.J., 2000, Quick Charge Battery With Internal Thermal Management, Proc. IECEC, Las Vegas, NV, Paper No. AIAA-2000-2818.
Parise, R.J. and Jones, G.F., 2001, Internal Thermal Management for Electrochemical Batteries, ASME Proceedings of NHTC'0l, 35th National Heat Transfer Conference, June 10-12, 2001, Anaheim, CA, Paper No. NHTC2001-20244.
Parise, R.J. and Jones, G.F., 2002, Fuel Cell Thermal Management with Microcoolers, Proc. SAE 2002 Future Car Congress, Arlington, VA, June 2002, Paper No. 2002-01-1913.
Parise, R.J. and Jones, G.F., 2002, Fuel Cell Thermal Management with Thermoelectric Coolers, Proc. IECEC02, Paper No. 20096.THERMOELECTRIC CATALYTIC POWER GENERATOR:
Parise, R.J., 2004, Electrical Energy Production in an Automobile Catalytic Converter, Proc. IECEC04, Providence, RI, August 16-19, 2004, sponsored by AIAA, Paper No. AIAA-2004-5587.THE NIGHTTIME SOLAR CELLTM:
Parise, R.J., Jones, G.F. and Strayer, B., 1999, Prototype Nighttime Solar CellTM, Electrical Energy Production from the Night Sky, Proc. IECEC99, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Paper No. 1999-01-2566.
Parise, R.J., and Jones, G.F., 2000, Energy from Deep Space - The Nighttime Solar CellTM Electrical Energy Production, Proc. IECEC00, Las Vegas, Nevada, Paper No. AIAA-2000-2822.
Parise, R.J., and Jones, G.F., 2001, Nighttime and Daytime Electrical Energy Production from the Nighttime Solar CellTM, Proc. IECEC01, Savannah, GA, July 24-27, 2001.
Parise, R.J., and Jones, G.F., 2003, Cold Junction Plate Optimization for the Nighttime Solar CellTM, Proc. IECEC03, Portsmouth, VA, August 17-21, 2003, sponsored by AIAA, Paper No. AIAA-2003-6113.
Parise, R.J., and Jones, G.F., 2004, Range Security Sensors Powered Locally with the Nighttime Solar CellTM, Proceedings Conference on Sustainable Range Management, January 5-8, 2004, New Orleans, LA, sponsored by Battelle.
Parise, R.J., and Jones, G.F., 2004, Prototype Data from the Nighttime Solar CellTM, Proc. IECEC04, Providence, RI, August 16-19, 2004, sponsored by AIAA, Paper No. AIAA-2004-5662.REMOTE VEHICLE and APPLIANCE RECHARGE AND POWER:
Parise, R.J., 2000, All Electric Transportation for the Millennium - Mobile Vehicle Recharge, SAE 2000 World Congress, Detroit, Michigan, March 2000, SAE Paper No. 2000-01-1058.
Parise, R.J., 2000, Future all-electric transportation communication and recharging via wireless power beam, PHOTONICS EAST, November 2000, Boston, MA, SPIE Paper No. 4214-22.
Parise, R.J., 2001, Wireless Power Transmission: the Future to All-Electric Transportation, Proc. IECEC01, Savannah, GA, July 29 - August 2, 2001.
Parise, R.J., 2002, Model To Predict Performance Of All Electric Transportation With Wireless Power Beams, Proc. IECEC02, Washington, DC, Paper No. IECEC 2002-20011.
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