The LightMAT resource network contains capabilities from the U.S. Department of Energy National Laboratory system. This search function enables you to view and filter these capabilities within LightMAT.
Many of the capabilities listed on this page are user facilities managed by the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Science. Each user facility has established processes for submitting a proposal and gaining access. Visit http://science.energy.gov/user-facilities/user-resources/getting-started for more information.
|Polymer & Composite Material Development and Additive Manufacturing||Oak Ridge National Laboratory||ORNL is on the forefront of polymer and composite materials research and additive manufacturing (AM) capabilities. The collaboration with the Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing...|
|Top-down Design and Processing of Light Weight Alloys||Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Oak Ridge National Laboratory||Large volume manufacturing of complex geometry components such as cylinder heads, engine block and turbo charger compressor impellers require castable ligh weight alloys that retain mechanical...|
|Pitch-based Carbon Fiber Precursor Development and Conversion||Oak Ridge National Laboratory||ORNL has multiple pieces of equipment that can be used for processing and producing mesophase pitches. The carbon and composites group has multiple vacuum furnaces, atmospheric furnaces, and...|
|Materials from Liquid Precursors and Inert Atmosphere Materials Processing||National Renewable Energy Laboratory||The Atmospheric Processing Platform offers powerful capabilities with integrated tools for depositing, processing, and characterizing materials—all within an inert gas environment. The tool can...|
|High-throughput Experimental Capabilities for LightMAT Alloys||National Renewable Energy Laboratory||High-throughput experimental (HTE) capabilities include combinatorial synthesis, spatially resolved characterization, and semi-automated data analysis. Combinatorial synthesis features depositions of...|
|In Situ Characterization of Processing||Los Alamos National Laboratory||Proton, neutron, and x-ray probes are used for real-time process monitoring of phase transformations and microstructural evolution. As part of this capability, Los Alamos National Laboratory can...|
|Dynamic Transmission Electron Microscopy||Pacific Northwest National Laboratory||The Dynamic Transmission Electron Microscopy (DTEM) capability, housed within the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, is new, novel, and specially...|