Technical Proceedings of the 2008 Clean Technology Conference and Trade Show

Clean Technology 2008

Chapter 9: Environmental & Sensor Technologies

  1. Conversion of Glycerol-rich Product (GRP) into Biopolymers
    F. Freitas, J. Pais, V.D. Alves, M. Carvalheira, N. Costa, R. Oliveira, M.A.M. Reis
    Universidade Nova de Lisboa, PT
  2. By-product Synergy Networks, Driving Innovation through Waste Reduction and Carbon Mitigation
    A. Mangan, E. Olivetti
    US Business Council on Sustainable Development, US
  3. Valorization of Waste in a Gasification Plant to Clean Power Production
    M. Pérez-Fortes, A. Bojarski, S. Ferrer-Nadal, G. Kopanos, J.M. Nougués, E. Velo, L. Puigjaner
    Technical University of Catalonia (UPC), ES
  4. Enhancing Combustion and Heat Exchange Through Electrical Augmentation
    D. Goodson, R. Rutkowski, G. Osler
    ClearSign Combustion Corporation, US
  5. Removal of Zn(II) from Aqueous Solution by Biosorption using two Green Algal Species Oscillatoria sp. & Spirogyra sp.
    D. Singh
    National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra, IN
  6. The Status and Future of Methane Destruction Projects in Mexico
    E. Lokey
    University of Colorado at Boulder, US
  7. Environmental CleanTechnology
    V.S. Sapkal, R.S. Sapkal, G.B. Shinde
    Pune University, IN
  8. Characteristics of SCR catalysts for the oxidation of gaseous elemental mercury
    S.M. Lee, D.W. Kim, I.Y. Lee, J.B. Lee, M.H. Kim, S.W. Ham
    Kyungil University, KR
  9. Nanodispersed Pt-catalyzed N2O Reduction for NH3-DeNOx SCR Process Applications
    M.H. Kim, S.W. Ham
    Daegu University, KR
  10. Durability of Supported CoOx Nanoparticles for Low-Temperature CO Oxidation
    K.H. Kim, M.H. Kim, S.W. Ham
    Daegu University, KR
  11. Global and Regional Respiratory Health and Cleantech
    A. Buttz
    SME, US
  12. Experimental investigation of a new granular filter design for gas cleaning
    D. Stanghelle, O.K. Sønju, J.E. Hustad
    Norwegian Unicersity of Science and Technology, NO
  13. A System for Capturing CO2 from a Combustion Exhaust – Feasibility Research
    S.C. Bates, C.V. Kumar, S. Yavuzkurt, M. Duff, V.K. Mudhivarthi
    Thoughtventions Unlimited LLC, US
  14. Natural Products from Microorganisms and Plants as Alternatives to Synthetic Chemical Pesticides
    P.G. Marrone
    Marrone Organic Innovations, US
  15. Integrating the Triple Bottom Line of Sustainability with Life Cycle Environmental Assessments for Military Non-Lethal Technologies
    O. Saulters, R. Green
    Kansas State University, US
  16. Gold nanoparticle-based miniaturized NSET Probe for rapid and ultra-sensitive detection of toxic metals in soil, water and fish
    P.C. Ray, G.K. Darbha, A. Ray
    Jackson State University, US
  17. Simulation and Fabrication of Large Area 3D Nanostructures
    K.H.A. Bogart, I. El-kady, R.K. Grubbs, K. Rahimian, A.M. Sanchez, A.R. Ellis, M. Wiwi, F.B. McCormick, D. J.-L. Shir, J.A. Rogers
    Sandia National Laboratories, US
  18. Engineering superhydrophobic and superoleophobic surfaces
    A. Tuteja, W. Choi, J.M. Mabry, G.H. McKinley, R.E. Cohen
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
  19. Hypertransparent Nanostructured Superhydrophobic Self-Cleaning Coatings on Glass Substrates
    Y.D. Jiang, Y. Smalley, H. Paris, A.T. Hunt
    nGimat Co., US
  20. A Markedly Cntrollable Adhesion of Superhydrophobic Sponge-like Nanostructure TiO2 Films
    Y. Lai, C. Lin, J. Huang, H. Zhuang, L. Sunb, T. Nguyen
    Xiamen University, CN
  21. Silane-based water repellent and easy-to-clean surfaces for concrete structure improvement
    M.A. Kargol
    Danish Technological Institute, DK
  22. Carbon Nanotube Interfaces for Single Molecular Level Bio Sensing
    W.B. Choi, H. Vedala, S. Roy, T-H. Kim
    Florida International University, US
  23. Characterization of Different Surfaces Morphology in Heterogeneous Catalyst
    R. Mukherjee, A. Palazoglu, J.A. Romagnolia
    Louisiana State University, US
  24. Two-nozzle flame synthesis of Pt/Ba/Al2O3 for NOx storage
    R. Büchel, R. Strobel, S.E. Pratsinis, A. Baiker
    ETH Zurich, CH
  25. Polymer nanocomposite based chemiresistive gas sensors
    D.A. Meka, L.A. George, S. Prasad
    Portland State University, US
  26. Anodic aluminum oxide-based capacitive humidity sensor integrated with micro-heater
    Y.D. Kim, B.B. Jung, H.K. Lee, K.H. Lee, H.C. Park
    Pohang University of Science and Technology, KR
  27. Polysilicon Nano-wires Based Nano-device on Silicon Chip: Fabrication and its Application
    N.N. Mishra, P. Winterrowd, R. Nelson, W.C. Maki, S.K. Rastogi, E. Cameron, B. Filanoski, G. Maki
    University of Idaho, US
  28. Bacterial Concentration Detection with Dielectrophoresis and Capacitive Measurement
    J.H. Yoo, M.S. Cha, J. Lee
    Seoul National University, KR
  29. Agent Reactive Modulated Optical Reflector for Hazardous Agent Detection
    A.E. Kovalev, M.G. Bray, T.S. Mayer, D.H. Werner
    Pennsylvania State University, US
  30. Instantaneous Microbial Detection Demonstrated for Air & Water
    J.P. Jiang, S. McGill, S. Morris
    BioVigilant Systems, Inc., US
  31. Optimization of Phage-Based Magnetoelastic Biosensor Performance
    S. Huang, H. Yang, M. Johnson, J. Wan, I. Chen, V.A. Petrenko, B.A. Chin
    Auburn University, US
  32. Silica-alumina composite monoliths with a hierarchical pore structure containing the MFI-type zeolitic films
    W. Pudlo, V. Pashkova, M. Derewinski, A.B. Jarzebski
    Institute of Chemical Engineering, Polish Academy of Sciences, PL
  33. TiO2-Ag Porous Nanocomposites for Advanced Photocatalytic Processes
    L. Baia, M. Baia, F. Vasiliu, L. Diamandescu, A. Peter, V. Cosoveanu, V. Danciu
    Babes-Bolyai University, RO
  34. Nanotechnology for Building Security
    G. Elvin
    Green Technology Forum, US
  35. Nanosilicate Filled Poly (vinyl chloride-co-vinyl acetate) and Epoxy Coatings for Steel Corrosion Protection
    L. Allie, J. Thorn, H. Aglan
    Tuskegee University, US
ISBN:
1-4200-8502-0
Pages:
724

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