Complete data management systems
Management Plan (DMP)
1.0 Types of Data
We will accumulate an abundance of data from computer simulations, field testing of specific parts generated by 3D computers, and simulated electrical schematic designs. In some cases, there will be many different tests on a single function to obtain the most energy-efficient result. Samples will be computer-generated, while other models will take measurements on specific parts designed from a field study. Handwritten and digitally generated documents will conduct by data collection.
The goal is to document the efficiency of the proposed innovation based on specific 6,000 BTU comparable HVAC systems already on the market. Building an energy-efficient method to heat and cool without using any refrigerants based upon the ‘vortex phenomena’ will produce a plethora of data. This project will include experimental measurements, observational notes, model simulations, computer-generated simulations and measures, and other data sets than traditional HVAC efficiency data numbers.
2.0 Data and Metadata Standards
Documentation of efficiency rates will use a graph format while changing the controls and variables. Visual data documented in MP4 format, as is compatible worldwide, and a standard Structured Query Language (SQL) may be utilized for updating, deleting, and requesting information from the database.
All research will consist of colorful graphs, images, and videos. The team will capture details, benchmarks, and other notable data points with 3D simulations and video. Utilizing “the green metadata standard for energy efficiency,” as it is widely accepted and used within the area of focus, creates efficiency goals to exceed any standard HVAC system on the market.
3.0 Policies and provisions for re-use, re-distribution
Permission restrictions will need to be placed only on discoveries and findings that could affect International IP. Various bodies/groups likely will be interested in the data findings of this proposal. These include but are not limited to environmental advocacy groups, government agencies, and facilities on a local, state, and federal level and residential and commercial builders.
Additionally, a manufacturing facility will be a future endeavor, and in-the-near-future the United States Military could be a user of the data obtained from experiments conducted. Access to cleaner, more efficient, and cost-effective solutions would be very desirable in achieving mission statement success abroad and on our home front in America.
Once all IP protection is secured, the broad benefits and vast applications for this technology can be utilized and shared with interested groups.
4.0 Plans for Archiving and Preservation of Access
Maintaining all current data on the cloud in One drive with Vault is already being exercised. A new One Drive for all R&D will secure a protected copy of all information and data. Further, copies of all data on a private network and secure drive will keep IP protected.
A central drive with a secure vault will contain data. Some transformation work with coding and encoding data may be necessary for the future but do not anticipate any significant foreseeable problems thus far.
All relevant data, including references, reports, research papers, white papers, fonts, project notes, and discussions, may be included for information deposit. We will store research data for decades as the R&D progresses. As mentioned above, a multi-faceted data storage solution with multiple
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