Advances in Materials Science for Environmental and Energy by Tatsuki Ohji, Josef Maty??, Navin Jose Manjooran, Gary

By Tatsuki Ohji, Josef Maty??, Navin Jose Manjooran, Gary Pickrell, Andrei Jitianu

This court cases encompasses a selection of 26 papers from the subsequent six 2013 fabrics technology and expertise (MS&T'13) symposia:

  • Green applied sciences for fabrics production and Processing V
  • Materials improvement and Degradation administration in Nuclear Applications
  • Materials matters in Nuclear Waste administration within the twenty first Century
  • Energy garage III: fabrics, platforms and Applications
  • Nanotechnology for power, Healthcare and Industry
  • Hybrid natural – Inorganic fabrics for substitute Energy

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MEMS(Kyoto) 538–41 (2003) PROPORTIONING CONTROLLED LOW STRENGTH MATERIALS USING FLY ASH AND GROUND GRANULATED BLAST FURNACE SLAG Dr. College of Engineering Bangalore, Karnataka, India. College of Engineering Bangalore, Karnataka, India. ABSTRACT As the construction industry continues to recognize the importance of sustainable development, technologies such as controlled low-strength material (CLSM) have come to the forefront as viable means of safely & efficiently using by-product & waste materials in infrastructure applications.

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION Figure 1(a) shows an SEM image of as-precipitated particles obtained from a solution containing Fe(II) ions by the injection of oxygen gas. The size of each as-precipitated particle is several tens of micrometers. Such large particles size is maintained after the treatment using an alkaline solution, as shown in Fig. 1(b). Therefore, the water filterability of alkaline-treated paticles is high. Figure 1 SEM images of (a) as-precipitated particles and (b) alkaline-treated particles.

Comparison of the results for the DC and the nanosecond pulses reveals that by increasing the discharge times from 5 to 30 minutes for nanosecond pulses, the sample was charged at least 500 V higher. This is thought to occur due to the voltage application time being intermittent in the case of nanosecond pulse discharge so that it takes time to inject sufficient ions into the electret. Figure 6. Surface potential of electret (after 150 h) Comparison of thermal stability of electret Figure 7 shows the results of TSDC measurement of PTFE made into an electret by applying −6 kV DC and −20 kV nanosecond pulses (repetition frequency: 200 Hz).

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