BusinessGreen has announced the shortlist for the fifth annual BusinessGreen Technology Awards, recognizing some of the most exciting and innovative clean tech providers working in the UK today. Transient Plasma Systems is a finalist for the category of Transport Technology of the Year for their TPS Ignition System. More information on the Award Finalists can be found at: https://www.businessgreen.com/news/technology-awards-2019-finalists
Plasma Ignition and Emissions Devices Deliver Impressive PerformanceView Post
TPS Featured in Forbes – Plasma Ignition Sparks Higher Fuel Economy And Cleaner EmissionsView Post
Transient Plasma Systems Successfully Completes Multi-Cylinder Engine Testing with Nanosecond Pulsed Plasma Ignition TechnologyView Post
TPS Wins DoE SBIR Phase IIB Grant for Development of a Low-Energy Nanosecond Pulsed Ignition System Enabling High-Efficiency Dilute Gasoline Combustion
Transient Plasma Systems, based in Torrance, CA was awarded a SBIR Phase IIB grant for “Development of a “sparkless” ignition system for high-efficiency dilute gasoline and natural gas engines. This grant comes on the heels of a successful completion of Phase II grant work that focused on developing a platform for avoiding spark breakdown, which will now be used to …
Swapping Spark Plugs for Nanopulses Could Boost Engine Efficiency by 20%View Post
USC honors Transient Plasma Systems (TPS) Founders Martin Gundersen & Jason SandersView Post
TPS Selected by NREL to Address Natural Gas Vehicle Engine Emissions and Efficiency
The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has selected nine projects as part of a multimillion-dollar effort funded jointly by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), the California Energy Commission (CEC), and the Southcoast Air Quality Management District (AQMD) to advance the state of technology for natural gas vehicles (NGVs). The selected projects will focus on reducing …
Transient Plasma Systems Secures $8.5 Million Series A Financing Round Led by Kairos VenturesView Post
Particulate Matter Emissions and Gaseous Air Toxic Pollutants from Commercial Meat Cooking Operations
Gysel, W. A. Welch, C.-L. Chen, P. Dixit, D. R. Cocker III, G. Karavalakis, “Particulate matter emissions and gaseous air toxic pollutants from commercial meat cooking operations,” J. Environ. Sci., Vol. 65, pp. 162-170 (2018).
Industrial Applications of Atmospheric Non-Thermal Plasma in Environmental Remediation
Mizuno, “Industrial applications of atmospheric non-thermal plasma in environmental remediation,” Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion, Vol. 49, No. 5A, pp. A1-A15 (2007).
Energy Efficient Plasma Processing of Gaseous Emission Using Short Pulses
Puchkarev and M. Gundersen, “Energy efficient plasma processing of gaseous emission using short pulses,” Appl. Phys. Lett., Vol. 71, No. 23, 3364 (1997).
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Dan Singleton -TPS Founder and CEO – Bio
Dan Singleton is the co-founder and CEO of Transient Plasma Systems, Inc. (TPS). Dan formed TPS while receiving his PhD in Electrical Engineering at the University of Southern California. With over 10 years developing TPS, Dan offers both technical knowledge in electrical engineering, physics research, and development for applications, as well as hands-on experience in business strategy, management, strategic partnerships, fund …