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nanoarchitecture .. alexandria university..department of architecture.. 2009-2010

Started by Dina Mohamed Abdien Mar 27, 2010. 0 Replies

Nanoarchitecture labAlexandria UniversityDepartment of architecture Supervisor :Dr.Mohamed Abdelall IbrahimContinue

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Comment by PROF.DR.MOHAMED ABDELALL IBRAHIM on April 6, 2010 at 2:09pm
please add your new group or createnew group for alex. nanouniversity,the name , the nombre,....

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Comment by Dina Mohamed Abdien on April 5, 2010 at 11:38pm
thanks Dr.Mohamed this is very useful to us in the second term i will send it to all others but i don`t have their e-mail....!!

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Comment by Dina Mohamed Abdien on April 5, 2010 at 11:36pm
Welcome Steffen B. Petersen thank you very much for your advice and i will translate it now,,
(( Nanotechnology entered the fields of architecture buildings environmentally friendly
Scientific development continued to explore new area of technology, leading to the emergence of nanotechnology, where he became associated with our lives days starting from PCs, small volume, high-speed fabrics on the market depends in its industry on nanotechnology and finally architecture through architecture digital environment-friendly and is expected to see Alhcod the next quantum leap in this technology Stdhish human .. Master Thesis, Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University made by the Engineer Fahd Abdul Aziz, for some applications revealed the use of Nanotechnology to reduce the heat emission in the field of medicine, medicine, electronics, space, and reduce air pollution and reduce water pollution and sensors, chemical, architecture, the study pointed out that nanotechnology has allowed the States competition severe get a head start scientific and patent, which makes it a leader in this field and recently appeared many questions about the existence of concerns resulting from the use of nanotechnology in terms of health, environmental, but it was the answer to these concerns of the institutions responsible for maintaining the integrity of the human and the environment from any potential risks a result of new technologies and added that the latest uses of nanotechnology in architecture, which helped the emergence of other concepts of this important area of our lives))

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Comment by PROF.DR.MOHAMED ABDELALL IBRAHIM on April 5, 2010 at 5:27pm
ALEX . NANOUNIVERSITY
ALEX . NANOCITY


NU-NC-NA PDF.pdf

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Comment by Steffen B. Petersen on April 5, 2010 at 12:39pm
Hi Dina,

I believe we are many that unfortunately do not read arabic - for the sake of the quality of the communication in side the Nanoarchitecture group, please provide an english translation as well (your april 2nd posting9

Steffen

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Comment by PROF.DR.MOHAMED ABDELALL IBRAHIM on April 2, 2010 at 6:39pm
thanks dina

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Comment by Dina Mohamed Abdien on April 2, 2010 at 4:18pm
جريده الاهرام
الخميس 1-4-2010


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Comment by Dina Mohamed Abdien on March 27, 2010 at 6:56pm
Nanohouse:


The NanoHouse™ Initiative, conceived in 2002 by Dr Carl Masens at the Institute for Nanoscale Technology and visualised and implemented by architect James Muir, has proven a successful method of explaining what nanotechnologies are and how they work; for example, how the latest technology windows clean themselves, how tiles might resist build up of soap scum, or timber surfaces resist UV damage.


In the building industry, nanotechnology provides a whole new palette of materials that could potentially have profound affects on building design.

For instance, in the near future, glass can be used more liberally if it is optically tuned to block heat and UV. It would be possible to construct a building with many more, larger windows than is currently viable, since heat can be kept out and UV photo-damage prevented.


Reduction of the solar heat gain through windows reduces the need for cooling via air conditioning, saving electricity. In certain parts of a building, solar thermal radiation is welcome, such as the exterior surface of a thermal mass. People are familiar with the use of dark colours to capture heat, but dark walls are ugly so, unsurprisingly, they rarely appear in house designs. There are nanotechnological solutions to the same problem: for example heat absorbent nano-particulate paints that are light-coloured in the visible part of the spectrum.



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Comment by Dina Mohamed Abdien on March 27, 2010 at 6:45pm
welcome Dr.Mohamed

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Comment by PROF.DR.MOHAMED ABDELALL IBRAHIM on March 27, 2010 at 6:39pm
thanks dina
 
 
 

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