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Algorithm that Predicts Chemical Dose Rate Required to Remove Dissolved Organic Carbon

Chemical coagulants are used at water treatment plants to remove dissolved organic material to improve water...

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World’s Smallest Flow Sensor for Integration into Smart Systems

A European start-up company has developed the world's smallest gas flow sensor. The tiny 3.5 mm x 3.5 mm CMOS MEMS sensor is small...

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Molecularly Imprinted Piezoelectric Quartz Sensor

The sensor technology is based on molecular imprinting and piezoelectric effect that enable real-time and label-free sensing of mass changes and...

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Real-time Water Quality Monitoring and Sensing by a Smart Autonomous Surface Vessel

The technology described herein is a smart robotic autonomous platform and water sampler, with the ability to...

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Robust, Real-Time Outdoor Monitoring of Turbidity and Total Suspended Solids

A New Zealand company has developed a device that provides real-time continuous water turbidity and sediment monitoring,...

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Responsive, Compact and Silent Micropump

A company has developed a high-performance ultrasonic piezoelectric micropump. The multi award-winning micropump platform coupled with excellent development...

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Chemosensing Method for Detection of Musty & Earthy Odor in Water

In developed countries, consumers' assessment of drinking water quality goes beyond the regulatory requirements of chemical and...

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Novel Smart Rainfall Prediction System

Due to climate change, extreme weather events such as heavy rainfall are becoming a common occurrence. In a tropical setting, rain can be highly localized and...

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Low Cost, High Value Smart Water Meter for Reduction of Water Consumption

Water scarcity is a global problem. To try to address this and reduce water consumption, smart systems are already being...

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