Nanomaterials and Architecture - "Sustainable NanoArchitecture"
by Hazem, Mohamed
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The work sheds light on the remarkable development in recent advances in technology rapidly, necessitating follow up on this terrible acceleration in science and technology. The most important recent developments is the development of the science of nanotechnology, which have become the most important modern science that is closely linked to human life and activities and multiple domains of life because of the small size of these materials and their Unique properties. The work, therefore, provides Examples of such areas: the area of materials: the emergence of material like non-scratch material and Self-cleaning up the same materials and working on energy conservation in the age of sustainability, it is worth mentioning is a link that technology and they appear in the field of architecture and building materials, which gave new opportunities to show different ideas and development in the design, construction such as the appearance of materials such as carbon fiber, which is characterized strength of more than metal and light weight, and materials in the paint cleans itself or non-scratch or purify the air... etc.
Mohamed H. Fahmy, Master of Engineering in Architecture Engineering: Studied Architecture Engineering at Alexandria University, Egypt. Senior Architect in leading company, Egypt, Alexandria.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
19 June 2010
0.213 x 0.147 x 0.013 m; 0.159 kg