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    • Carbon Capture and Sequestration 

      Dias, Kevin Rose; Thomas, Alwin; Ibrahim, Salma; Elshenawy, Ahmed (2015-02-01)
      Global warming is continuous problem facing our world today. Carbon sequestration could be the solution to resolving this problem.
    • Centralizing EMRs Using a Cloud Platform in the UAE 

      Qassab, Abdullah; Nabil, Noura; AbdelLatif, Khader; Laban, Anas; Massarweh, Abdullah (2014-07-22)
      EMRs is the coming of age tech that revolutionized data storage and access to make it more efficient and less costly. Current ways of storing EMRs is by setting up servers that can handle vast amounts of information. The ...
    • Charging On the Move 

      Siddique, Shafayet; Sadia, Afria; Karim, Anisul; Golder, Anindita (2014-07-22)
      Nowadays, most electronic devices are equipped with sub-standard batteries that are not long lasting. According to statistics, a battery for a mobile lasts for around 17 hours with lower than average use. This is very ...
    • Clean Coal Power Plants 

      AlShaikh, Abdullah; Kitana, Faisal; Ismail, Osama; Sun, Lu (2014-01-19)
      It talks about diversifying sources of energy in the Gulf region rather than depending on one or two sources (gas and fuel). We are planning to implement clean coal technology as another source of energy. This power plant ...
    • Concentrated Energy Towers 

      Sharif, Rashed; Al-Sadouni, Saif; Thomas, Rahul; Labiadh, Ahmed (2016-11)
      Renewable energy is a key aspect in providing a safe source of energy for future generations. One of the main sources of renewable energy is solar energy. Solar energy is radiant light and heat from the Sun that is harnessed ...
    • Concentrated Solar Power Towers 

      Kallangodan, Alif; Farhat, Wisaam; Saqib, Owais; Alhamad, Ahmad (2016-11)
      As technology increases in variety and complexity, power consumption and the demand for electricity are on the rise. Coupled with the hazardous environmental effects that fossil fuels create and their limited supply, ...
    • Connecting the GCC Countries with the Maglev Train 

      Younis, Loai; Al Suhail, Ahmed; Sun, Lu; Ziai, Sophie (2014-07-22)
      The GCC tourism rate is growing rapidly every year however; the region is limited to air and vehicle travel making transportation costly. With Dubai winning the Expo 2020 bid and Qatar winning the World Cup 2022 bid, there ...
    • Construction with Contour Crafting 

      Chazi, Mohamed; Mokhtar, Ali; Awwad, Ameen (2016-11)
      The emirate’s population is growing 7% year-on-year, meaning that at least 75,000 new properties are needed each year to keep up with demand. The number of properties for sale in Dubai is beginning to fall below the level ...
    • Contactless Power Transfer (CPT) System in Electric Vehicles (EV’s) 

      Fatima, Anum; Qureshi, Waleed; Ali, Basit; Bin Adnan, Behzad (2016-11)
      The usage of Electric Vehicles (EV’s) is increasing in European countries because of the low tax rates for low-emission vehicles in these nations. However, the inconvenient charging procedures associated with EV’s have ...
    • Converting Low Level Nuclear Waste to Fuel 

      Essam, Ammar; Alteneiji, Anas; Al Tamimi, Abdullah; Al Fareed, Abdallah (2016-11)
      In modern times, the use of nuclear energy has increased due to the depletion of petroleum and fossil fuels. However, the nuclear power plants produce hazardous nuclear waste that adversely affects the environment.These ...
    • DEFC and Panicum Virgatum to Power the Future 

      Saad Bokhari, Syed; Tishat, Muhammad; Ajaz, Arsalan; Masud, Mahren; Umar, Muhammad (2014-01-19)
      Many rely on fossil fuels as a primary source of energy to satisfy everyday needs of transportation and electricity. Within 45 years we will be facing a shortage of current fossil fuels thus research is being carried out ...
    • Desalination Using Deionization 

      Rahwan, George; Awad, Soliman; Elagab, Sali; Kaiache, Zakaria (2014-07-22)
      The largest source of the water in the world is the ocean. In 2025, 40% of the world will be living in water scarce regions. There is an obvious demand for water at all times. The dominating desalinization process are ...
    • Desalination Using Solar Ponds 

      Ali Khan, Murtaza; Rashid, Mohammed; Shaikh, Mohammad Usamah; Ahmed, Shoaib (2014-07-22)
      The growing demand of freshwater is placing huge pressure on existing supplies. Seawater is a vast source to satisfy this demand. However, seawater cannot be directly consumed and therefore, desalination of seawater is a ...
    • Design and Construction of a Cross-Laminated Timber Skyscraper 

      Shaikh, Farhaaz; Al Yazji, Ahmed; Patel, Adil; AlShamsi, Noura (2016-11)
      Concrete and steel are currently the building materials in most skyscraper construction. Due to their negative impact on the environment, timber has been proposed as an alternative material.
    • Design of Airfoils for Wind Turbine Rotors 

      Alajmi, Jelowi; Alsayed, Tareq; Chakhachirou, Wasim; Alsayed, Yousef (2014-07-22)
      The turbine is a machine which converts rotational energy into usable work or usable energy. This change is initiated through mechanical gearing or because of electromagnetic induction, which results in electricity. There ...
    • Detecting and Fixing Pipeline Faults in a Non-Invasive Manner 

      Bitar, Samar; Al-Hamahmy, Dina; Kadavilakkandathil, Adnan Muhammed (2016-11)
      Pipes are usually fixed invasively, or even replaced completely which costs a lot of resources. Inspection of the pipelines and their repair can be automated with the help of autonomous robots and other machinery that aids ...
    • Developing an Integrated Water Management Infrastructure in Homes 

      Mustafa, Abdelrahman; Ramadan, Badria; Jijakli, Bayan (2016-11)
      As the world population is predicted to increase (see figure 1), the human consumption to sources of life; such as food and water, will increase. However; the freshwater withdrawals have tripled over the last 50 years and ...
    • Does the Answer to Water Security in the UAE Lie in Pakistan? 

      Kyaure, Muhammad; Elfarra, Abdalsattar; Alshamsi, Abdallah; Mohamed, Amgad; Al Mansouri, Hazeem (2016-11)
      Is importing water into the UAE a practical solution from technological, political and environmental perspectives?
    • Dubai Metro and Green Energy 

      Prem, Arun; Haddad, Issa; Gharaibeh, Basil; Babar, Daniyal (2015-02-01)
      With almost 149,000 daily riders, the Metro is used more frequently and with the proposed expansion, Metro should be modified to run on green energy that will benefit the city in terms of energy consumption and it’s vision ...
    • Dynamic Barrier System For Traffic Control 

      Adel, Moustafa; Mourad, Noura; Jalal, Jasam; Abdullah, Nihal; Shihab, Mohammad; Daud, Saeed Hussein (2015-02-01)
      The traffic issues of Dubai cost the city and its population millions in wasted time and fuel. Although major projects have been undertaken to ease traffic congestion in Dubai such as the Dubai Metro projected in 2009 and ...