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These are some of the technologies developed in collaboration with Robert Gordon University
A spherical generator/motor design which has advantages over standard cylindrical forms, potentially providing increased efficiency in a wide range of applications.
The Hybrid membrane technology, developed at Robert Gordon University, enables the separation of acidic gases from raw natural gas. Commonly acidic gas will be carbon dioxide or hydrogen sulphide and the raw natural gas usually includes mostly methane.
Photocatalytic reactors provide advanced water treatment options for a range of market sectors including the water industry, pharmaceutical, chemicals and the oil and gas industry. Research at Robert Gordon University has resulted in patent protected designs for new, safe chemical reactors using titanium dioxide and light to destroy organic chemical
The Sea Snail is an underwater apparatus that eases launch and recovery operations and maximises fixation or marine equipment to riverbed or seafloor without the expense and environmental consequence. The team from Robert Gordon University has developed the Sea Snail based on the familiar upturned aerofoil found on most racing
Current techniques for Nitrate determination use spectrophotometry and ion chromatography and measure the presence of ammonia or nitrite, the reduced form of Nitrate, and are generally time consuming. An improved method for the real time detection of Nitrate ions has been developed by Dr Paul Kong Thoo Lin at the