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Whitepaper: Reducing LCOH with advanced Proton Exchange Membranes

This study set out to investigate the impact of PEM design on the LCOH for three distinct use cases: dedicated hydrogen production powered by nuclear, a green hydrogen production plant powered by offshore wind, and a local hydrogen production hub powered by a photovoltaic system. The GORE® PEM M275.80 was compared against both a state-of-the-art comparable market product and alkaline electrolysis, and found to be superior in all three use cases — offering the lowest LCOH thanks to its high cell efficiency.

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Gore’s acoustic membrane vents provide consistent high-quality sound, in styles and configurations designed to meet the full range of ingress protection standards, from dust applications to deep immersion applications.

Installing Gore’s High-Speed Ethernet Interconnect

Designers are learning that standard commercial Ethernet connectors and cables aren’t adequate in harsh aerospace conditions. W. L. Gore & Associates evaluates the top considerations designers must make when designing the right Ethernet interconnect and ensuring reliable high-speed data transmission.

Phase Stability, Loss Stability and Shielding Effectiveness White Paper

When it comes to long-length microwave coaxial assemblies, their phase/loss stability and repeatability, as well as shielding effectiveness, have historically not been well documented. This is largely due to the low demand for these types of assemblies and lack of standardized testing procedures. Published by W. L. Gore & Associates, White Paper: Phase Stability, Loss Stability and Shielding Effectiveness of Long Length provides some much-needed insights into this type of equipment to help operators, engineers and manufacturers find the right extended-length solutions.

Proving Installed Performance of Airframe Microwave Assemblies

When choosing military aircraft components, lasting performance is always a top consideration. Yet while many cables perform dependably prior to installation, the challenges of routing leave them damaged and ill-prepared for the rigors of the aircraft’s flight envelope. That’s why W. L. Gore & Associates developed an installation simulator to prove their microwave assemblies delivered the same reliability before and after installation.

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W. L. Gore & Associates examines constraints that may have an impact on cable performance. Also examined is the process involved in selecting the right materials based on sufficient testing to verify cables will survive and perform reliably in the harshest environments.

Reliable Performance for an Adventurous Lifestyle

Capturing adventures on an action camera requires the most robust devices. Discover how a renowned brand for panoramic sports cameras redefined durability and learn which part Gore played in the developing process.

Gore’s advanced capabilities in semiconductor manufacturing processes.

W. L. Gore & Associates brings decades of unique materials science technology and in-depth application knowledge to the semiconductor industry. Find out where our advanced capabilities are used throughout semiconductor manufacturing processes — from front end to back end.

PEMFC Advancements for Diesel Engine Transition

Commercializing fuel cells in heavy-duty vehicles (HDVs) presents challenges like extended lifetimes, higher-temperature operation, and significantly increased power output, essential for displacing diesel. Simon Cleghorn discusses the compelling aspects of PEM fuel cells as an alternative to help solve these challenges, and potentially lower the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).

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GORE® Thermal Insulation has unique properties of low thickness (< 300 μm) with conductivity less than air (< 0.02 W/(m•K) ) and therefore presents challenges in characterization. A test methodology incorporating a modified heat flow method, ex-situ thickness method, and two thickness conductivity calculation is used to provide reliable and accurate thermal conductivity data. Conductivity results show the distribution of data falls below the conductivity specification of 0.02 W/(m•K).