It’s no secret that radiation weakens metal. Sandia researchers are uncovering how.
Engineers at Sandia imagine a smaller, less expensive floating turbine and develop modeling software to set their idea in motion.
A successful test on the Sandia-Kirtland Air Force Base electrical grid demonstrates the benefits of a new power-generating system.
Sandia New Mexico and California use enough electricity annually to power 40,000 houses for a year. An energy management team at the Labs introduces site sustainability initiatives that decrease electricity consumption.
A novel technology at Sandia, called Twistact, eliminates reliance on rare-earth magnets for large-scale wind turbines.
Researchers at Sandia explore whether exoskeleton systems can help protect workers from musculoskeletal injuries resulting from ergonomic issues, chronic overuse and more.
Sandia researchers test explosives and propellants to create geothermal power sites.
Valhalla, a modeling framework developed at Sandia, uses high-performance computing to design satellites, saving researchers months of creating preliminary designs.
In her visit to Sandia last week, Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm received an overview of a wide range of mission-related work at the Labs.