Results For: "gas"

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  • Low Carbon Emissions Cement

    Researchers at the University of Aberdeen have developed a cement with good mechanical properties, reduced energy use and lower emission of greenhouse gases by use of partially calcinated components. Rice husk ash has been used as additive but other pozzolans or latent hydraulic binders are expected...

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  • High precision remote measurement of the purity of a fluid by interferometric refractometry

    Researchers at the University of Aberdeen have developed a low-cost, high-precision measurement device to determine the purity of any fluid from the interference pattern of two beams of light that traverse a fluid sample. The device can be deployed for remote monitoring and reduces time and cost of ...

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  • Combined Tidal Stream/Reversible Hydrogen System for Balanced Renewable Generation

    By coupling the generators with a reversible fuel cell to store the spare energy as hydrogen gas, to be used later when needed, the reversible fuel cell should have good efficiency and reliability, as there are no pumps etc to use power or break down. It is also a simple,

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  • Transforming Pharmaceutical Crystal Forms

    The innovation provides a gas-induced method for phase-transforming organic solids, such as pharmaceutical crystals. The inventive method subjects the polymorphs of pharmaceutical agents to various pressures of gases (such as CO2, N2O, and CH4) to induce phase transform with ease.

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  • Early Warning of Gas Hydrate Formation in Gas Pipelines

    A method for monitoring Hydrate formation and detecting the approximate position of Gas hydrate / Clathrate formation in Oil & Gas transfer pipelines.

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  • Earth Eco Brick: New eco-masonry product; green technology – great possibilities

    Britain is facing a shortage of bricks for the construction industry due to rising demand for new homes. With the increasing financial and environmental cost of energy, low-energy alternatives to conventional construction materials are becoming increasingly imperative. This exciting new building mat...

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  • An early stage therapeutic target for bile duct cancer

    Notch-3 signalling is the key driver of tumour development in bile duct cancer, with Notch-3 receptor differentially overexpressed in comparison to other notch receptors. Therapeutic targeting of this receptor could provide anti-tumorigenic effects in patients, and act as a chemotherapeutic agent wi...

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  • Real-time chemical component analysis for monitoring and optimising process performance

    An innovative technique that enables continuous, real-time, in-situ component analysis and concentration measurements using proprietary software in combination with physical property sensors. This technique has applications in industrial carbon capture, gas desulphurisation, and gas sweetening proce...

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  • Small-holder agriculture mitigation benefit assessment tool

    The Small-Holder Agriculture Mitigation Benefit Assessment (SHAMBA) tool provides a simple, robust and easy to use method for estimating greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions or removals resulting from a change in land management practices.

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