Environment and Building Technology Alert. Pretreatment for Landfilling; Plasma Technology; Latest Building Technologies Research at NIST

 

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In this first edition of Environmental and Building Technology alerts, we look at a number of diverse areas from the building technologies prespective. The edition throws light on a novel carbon dioxide engine developed by SenseAir, key research activities at NIST, underfloor air distribution system techniques, and assesses future R&D in sensors and control for buildings.

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Environment and Building Technology Alert. Pretreatment for Landfilling; Plasma Technology; Latest Building Technologies Research at NISTIn This IssuePRETREATMENT FOR LANDFILLINGSISMan (SIMPLE INTEGRATED SYSTEM MANAGEMENT)PLASMA TECHNOLOGY FOR WASTESTUDY ON THE STABILIZATION OF WASTELATEST BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES RESEARCH AT NISTASSESSMENT OF FUTURE SENSOR AND CONTROL CAPABILITIES FOR BUILDING TECHNOLOGIESA LOOK AT UNDERFLOOR AIR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMSENSEAIR DEVELOPS NOVEL CARBON DIOXIDE ENGINE




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