Appendix D

Funding for Materials Research and Development Projects

Table D-1 and Table D-2 show funding for research on propulsion system materials and high-strength, weight-reduction materials.

TABLE D-1 Funding for Projects on Propulsion System Materials (thousands of dollars)

Description

Laboratory/Institution

FY00 Funding

Propulsion system materials

   

Program taxes

 

524

Thick thermal-barrier coatings

Caterpillar

200

Insulated cylinder head

Caterpillar

200

Exhaust after-treatment

Caterpillar

0

Lightweight valve train materials

Caterpillar

0

Materials for low-emissions high-efficiency engine

Cummins

233

Fuel-injector materials

Cummins

400

Smart materials for fuel-injector actuators

Detroit Diesel

300

Management/standards development

ORNL

765

Continuous sintering of diesel engine components

SIUC

150

Mechanical characterization

NC A&T

272

Nondestructive evaluation of diesel components

ANL

210

IEA – standard reference powders

NIST

200

Testing standards

NIST

105

NOx sensor (CRADA)

Ford/ORNL

100

Smart materials

ORNL

400

Intermetallic cermets

ORNL

100

High-toughness materials

ORNL

350

Particulate traps

ORNL

100

Durable diesel-engine materials

ORNL

200

Diesel exhaust-catalyst characterization

ORNL

200

Life prediction

ORNL

200

IEA annex on international standards

ORNL

200

Machining CRADAs

Cummins/Caterpillar

225

Advanced machining concepts

NC State

75

Development of low-cost cast engine materials

ORNL/Cat

75

TBD

 

95

Total (propulsion systems materials)

 

5,879

High-Temperature Materials Laboratory (HTML)

ORNL

8,020

Taxes

 

240

Total (HTML)

 

8,260

Note: The budget represented in this table constitutes one of budget line in the OHVT program budget (see Table 1-5). The distribution of funding does not represent the distribution for the OHVT program as a whole.

Acronyms: IEA = International Energy Agency; TBD = to be determined.

Source: OHVT



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Review of the U.S. Department of Energy's Heavy Vehicle Technologies Program Appendix D Funding for Materials Research and Development Projects Table D-1 and Table D-2 show funding for research on propulsion system materials and high-strength, weight-reduction materials. TABLE D-1 Funding for Projects on Propulsion System Materials (thousands of dollars) Description Laboratory/Institution FY00 Funding Propulsion system materials     Program taxes   524 Thick thermal-barrier coatings Caterpillar 200 Insulated cylinder head Caterpillar 200 Exhaust after-treatment Caterpillar 0 Lightweight valve train materials Caterpillar 0 Materials for low-emissions high-efficiency engine Cummins 233 Fuel-injector materials Cummins 400 Smart materials for fuel-injector actuators Detroit Diesel 300 Management/standards development ORNL 765 Continuous sintering of diesel engine components SIUC 150 Mechanical characterization NC A&T 272 Nondestructive evaluation of diesel components ANL 210 IEA – standard reference powders NIST 200 Testing standards NIST 105 NOx sensor (CRADA) Ford/ORNL 100 Smart materials ORNL 400 Intermetallic cermets ORNL 100 High-toughness materials ORNL 350 Particulate traps ORNL 100 Durable diesel-engine materials ORNL 200 Diesel exhaust-catalyst characterization ORNL 200 Life prediction ORNL 200 IEA annex on international standards ORNL 200 Machining CRADAs Cummins/Caterpillar 225 Advanced machining concepts NC State 75 Development of low-cost cast engine materials ORNL/Cat 75 TBD   95 Total (propulsion systems materials)   5,879 High-Temperature Materials Laboratory (HTML) ORNL 8,020 Taxes   240 Total (HTML)   8,260 Note: The budget represented in this table constitutes one of budget line in the OHVT program budget (see Table 1-5). The distribution of funding does not represent the distribution for the OHVT program as a whole. Acronyms: IEA = International Energy Agency; TBD = to be determined. Source: OHVT

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Review of the U.S. Department of Energy's Heavy Vehicle Technologies Program TABLE D-2 Funding for Projects on High-Strength, Weight-Reduction Materials (thousands of dollars) Description Laboratory/Institution FY00 Funding Program taxes   415 Technical program management ORNL 180 Ultralarge caster Alcoa 1,300 Lightweight diesel Cummins 100 Laser-hardening of rails ANL 100 Toxic air contaminants support Thompson 155 Lightweight materials for gaseous storage ORNL 200 Bus frame – autokinetics AutoKin 187 Heater/cooler ORNL 58 Lightweight frame design PNNL 800 Freightliner/ megalarge caster PNNL 350 PACCAR/thin-wall steel castings PNNL 325 Equal-channel angular extrusion LANL 125 Equal-channel angular extrusion INEEL 250 Equal-channel angular extrusion PNNL 150 Carbon-foam materials ORNL 75 Brake materials ORNL 200 Joining ANL 75 Friction and wear ORNL 100 Outreach ANL 100 Equal channel angular extrusion – Mg alloys ORNL 70 TBD   467 Total   5,782 Note: The budget represented in this table constitutes one budget line in the OHVT program budget (see Table 1-5). The distribution of funding does not represent the distribution for the OHVT program as a whole. Acronyms: TBD = to be determined. Source: OHVT.