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196 SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS
Supercritical fluids are involved in a wide variety of applications which have shown a significant progress in recent years. Many industrial sectors are concerned including cosmetics, pharmaceutics, materials, chemistry or energy. Other areas are in rapid development such as the cleaning of mechanical parts or the surface preparation of microelectronics. It should be noted that water (Tc = 374 °C, Pc = 221 bars), which critical point is higher than that of CO2 (Tc = 31 °C, Pc = 74 bars), is nevertheless very much studied as a reaction medium, finding applications in the synthesis of nanoparticles and the recovery and treatment of waste.
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163 High Performance, Fuel-Saving, Marine Propulsion Advancement
The Innovator has developed three breakthroughs in fluid dynamics that combine to form a remarkable model for marine propulsion, high volume pumping and focusable laminar discharge fans.
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135 Leaky wave antenna
Leaky wave antennas use a slot in a long dielectric support to transmit or receive an electromagnetic signal. Radiation escapes through the slot all along the length of the dielectric support. This ‘leakage’ is useful for creating an antenna with a large aperture. Existing leaky wave antennas sacrifice bandwidth for the aperture, however, because of structural limitations associated with the dielectric support: particularly, resonance of the radiation from the end of the enclosure. The invention circumvents this obstacle by using a truncated cone structure to amplify its radiative properties.
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134 Radar system
The Innovation describes a military radar system used to identify airborne objects in the space surrounding an aircraft. Existing systems often use a rotating antenna to scan regions surrounding the aircraft. This method can produce delays in detection, since it neglects large areas for significant periods of time. Alternate methods for detecting other aircraft would require unlikely universal adoption. The uniqueness of the invention lies in the use of a probe that covers the entire area of interest simultaneously, thus optimizing the time for detecting a foreign object.
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39 Inorganic and organic nanofibrous materials
Novel nanofibrous materials have been developed such as ceramic nanofibers and organic nanofibers that have a plurality of applications.
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