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Boiling heat transfer is used in a variety of industrial processes and applications, such as refrigeration, power generation, heat exchangers, cooling of high-power electronics components and cooling of nuclear reactors. Enhancements in boiling heat transfer processes are vital and could make these typical industrial applications more energy efficient. There is a universal demand for producing more effective heat removal systems involving boiling heat transfer. The current problem is that the he...

Booth C20 - SABANCI UNIVERSITY
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Existing thermo-shields or infrared absorbers or blockers used on flat and transparent glasses surfaces are outdated, difficult to remove for reapplication, and fragile against UV radiation. This technology is an improved thermo-shielding coating composition with weather-resistant properties and one that can be easily applied and removed. This material can be sprayed on to an existing glass surface and provide heat and UV protection, useful especially in hot, tropical countries.

Booth C15 - Universiti Brunei Darussalam
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Many buildings and structures suffer from drastic bacteria, fungus and mould growth and is especially prominent in hot, tropical countries. Photocatalytic reaction has been regarded as effective against such growth, however previous efforts have been too weak and ineffective on the industrial level. A new and patented anti-bacterial and anti-fungal photocatalytic coating has been developed and has been tested to reduce the growth of bacteria and mold which can significantly lower the annual main...

Booth C15 - Universiti Brunei Darussalam
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This technology presents a unique anti-soiling coating formulation for photovoltaic (PV) solar panels and glass related applications which has been developed to reduce maintenance cost and improve energy efficiency. Specifically, the coating can significantly reduce the amount of water used in cleaning operations and facilitate easy removal of hard stains such as cement dust, mud, sand, dust, hard water stains, bird fouling. Combining with its anti-reflective (AR) property, the coating can incre...

Booth A14 - Salus Nanotechnologies
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Controlled Release Technology is a technique for encapsulating active ingredients and, upon meeting certain environmental stimuli, releasing them into the environment. Additionally, this is done at pre-designed intervals and time periods and without the use of machinery or equipment. The entire process relies entirely on principles of materials science. While this technology is widespread in the pharmaceutical arena, Hydroemission has adapted it to meet unique requirements in the environmental ...

Booth A02 - Hydroemission Corporation Pte Ltd
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Blood clotting is perennially associated with hemolysis and platelet activation in medical devices (such as the centrifugal and axial blood pumps) due to fast moving parts or high flow velocities. Fast moving parts or high flow velocity impart a large shear stress on blood, distorting and damaging blood cells and activating platelets. Hemolysis can lead to systemic inflammation and organ failure, breakaway clot pieces can cause thromboembolism and tissue damage, and clot formation on devices can...

Booth C11 - NUS ILO
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Common glass surfaces of windows and mirrors will fog up under humid conditions and require frequent cleaning due to dirt accumulated from rain and water droplets. Our technology is a coating on glass and plastic that can be deposited from solution. Due to its super-hydrophilic nature, it has anti-fog property as water droplets spread out rapidly on its surface. In addition, it possesses a self-cleaning effect through the action of sheeting water that carries away dirt. The coating can be deposi...

Booth B16 - Institute of Materials Research And Engineering
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Ice can be a problem in industrial sectors as wind power, aeronautical and construction, among others. Coatings that allow the reduction of ice formation and which in turn are heated, thereby reducing the icing phenomena, have been developed. The technology consists of transforming a non-conductive polymeric matrix into a heatable material. The heated surfaces avoid the icing phenomena by keeping the temperature of the coating over 0ºC.

Booth C13 - SPAIN - CDTI (MINISTRY OF SCIENCE, INNOVATION AND UNIVERSITIES)
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The development of this nanocomposite coating lacquer is aimed to produce an economical agricultural film, which combines long life time, light diffusion, thermicity, stabilization against UV breakdown, blocking of UV radiation, disease limitation effect and high light transmissions with optical characteristics that transform the agricultural film to an active contributor to plant protection, growth and productivity. The combination of bio-lacquer and nanomaterials has contributed to the unique...

Booth C01 - UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA (UM)
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This technology consists of the formulation of powder gel coat with electrical conductivity properties. With this coating, a surface resistance of 104-105 Ω∙cm is achieved. The powder gel coating formulation can be adapted to different process parameters and the characterization of coated pieces will be conducted through different tests to ensure the final quality.

Booth C13 - SPAIN - CDTI (MINISTRY OF SCIENCE, INNOVATION AND UNIVERSITIES)
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Ultrahydrophobic coatings and icephobic coatings for passive anti-icing and other applications have been developed. The ultrahydrophobic coatings can be applied on different surfaces, in order to avoid ice and snow accumulation in principle, but also to other applications in which the accumulation of humidity on the surface is a problem. They can be coatings based on polyurethane, polyacrylate or fluorinated polymers. The icephobic coatings can reduce the adhesion of ice on the treated surface...

Booth C13 - SPAIN - CDTI (MINISTRY OF SCIENCE, INNOVATION AND UNIVERSITIES)
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