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Explosive cladding is a solid state process in which controlled explosive detonations force two or more dissimilar metals together at high pressures, resulting in a high-quality metallurgical bond between the colliding surfaces. Due to the high pressure produced during the explosion and collision of the clad (copper) and base plates (aluminium), the two materials are melted and the melted metal spurt goes through the collision zone. This shuts the two plates together in a unique wave-like shape ...

Exhibitor : LC Innoconsult International

As one of the most used material in the semiconductor and photovoltaic markets, silicon is traditionally produced via the tedious Siemens method which require several repetitions of the process stages. While recent advances to produce solar-grade silicon are more cost-effective (monosilane pyrolysis in a fluidized bed reactor), the processes also dictate the use of high quality raw materials that need to undergo a minimum of three purification stages (direct purification of metallurgical-grade s...

Exhibitor : RSE «National Center for Technology Foresight»

This technology presents a method of producing an enhanced red phosphor powder consisting of a mixture of standard red phosphors and nano-silicon particles. By mixing the resulting enhanced phosphor with blue and green phosphors and passing through radiation from a purple/blue LED chip, white light will be produced. This approach will allow the achievement of a high level of colour rendering index (CRI) in the colour temperature range (CCT) of 2600-6700 K. In dry form, the powder is a highly eff...

Exhibitor : RSE «National Center for Technology Foresight»
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