The ceramic-cement-oxide mixed mortar presents a unique solution as it conserves energy and efficiently transfers thermal energy towards heating flooring unidirectionally. This material prevents more than 90% energy loss compared to traditional mortar materials, gypsum, or other insulation materials
Inventor: M.Z. Naser, PhD
Sustainable Environment, Information and Communication
This product is designed to help scientist calculate the severity of a flood in densely populated areas and to control the damage the flood will cause. The pipeline is smartly designed to train images and calculate flood water levels in inundated areas and can be used to identify flood depth, severity, and risk. MarketWatch estimates that the global Flood Insurance…
Inventor: Vidya Samadi, Rakshit Pally, Rishav Karanjit
Clemson University researchers have developed an innovative structural system that allows individuals to construct a house using only hand powered tools. The Sim[PLY] framing system consists of pre-cut and individually numbered components, designed to be flat-packed and shipped directly to a building site.
Inventor: Dustin Albright, Ulrike Heine, Ufuk Ersoy, Vincent Blouin, Daniel Harding, David Pastre
Advanced Materials, Manufacturing
Clemson University researchers have developed a new sequential manufacturing process of composites that can fabricate unique structures without the use of molds. The process involves applying resin to certain portions of the fiberglass cloth, and the portions without resin allow the surfaces to fold.
Inventor: Dr. Joseph Choma