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Disruptive technologies (future technologies)

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A list of disruptive technologies (future technologies) from the periodic table of technologies of the future prepared by British scientists and analysts of Imperial Tech Foresight division at Imperial College London is presented.

The installation of sea water desalination

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The installation of sea water desalination recreates the process of freezing water for fractions of microseconds. The process of freezing water creates shear conditions for the entire structure of the water molecule, in order to change its energy state, solubility, and other parameters, as a result, the impurities dissolved in it precipitate.

The thermodynamic cycle Maisotsenko

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The thermodynamic cycle Maisotsenko is a unique process of evaporative cooling, moisturizing and condensation of outside air in order to produce distilled water, cold, energy and air-conditioning.

Metallized fabric

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Metallized fabrics have a wide range of applications. It is tailoring, production of footwear and other haberdashery goods. Spraying a thin layer of silver on the textile material gives the material good bactericidal properties. Specially prepared metallic fabrics and nonwovens have a good shielding effect and protect people and equipment from electromagnetic fields and infrared radiation.

Carbyne

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Carbine is the most durable of the known materials, stronger than diamond, graphene, fullerene and carbon nanotubes. It has unique properties.

Rotary controlled system

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Rotary controlled system is a drilling equipment that is designed for drilling directional, horizontal and multilateral wells with extremely large vertical deviation, accurate drilling of the wellbore and opening of complex formations and reservoirs with unconventional reserves, as well as for drilling on the continental shelf, the Arctic and complex geological conditions.

The electrochemical batteries using water

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The electrochemical batteries giving an electricity on the basis of interaction of water, graphite and magnesium – by analogy of the natural processes happening in live organisms.

The nanocovering for solar batteries raising their efficiency at 20%

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The nanocovering for solar batteries raising their efficiency at 20%. Such nanocovering can be used not only for amorphous silicon, but also for other materials: monocrystal and polycrystalline silica and so forth the materials used in production of solar batteries.

Eternal battery

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The developed eternal battery using nickel-63 isotope has service life of 50 years, small weight and the size. It is safe both in usage time of the battery, and after the termination of its service life for people and for the environment.

The production of synthesis gas

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A completely new, efficient and low-cost alternative method of processing natural and associated petroleum gas into synthesis gas. Relatively small synthesis gas reactors suitable for transportation can be installed near gas and oil fields.

Electric wheel motor of Duyunov — modern electric motor

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Electric wheel motor of Duyunov is asynchronous electric motor without use of permanent magnets possessing a unique ratio of power with energy consumption.

Laser cleaning of metal and non-metallic surfaces

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Laser cleaning surface cleaning is that a powerful, short and fast laser beam produces micro-bursts of plasma, which in turn creates shock and heat waves. Under the influence of the laser beam, the materials from the surface to be cleaned evaporate without damaging the surface itself. The process of removal of materials is due to thermal expansion (laser ablation effect).

Program for Artificial Intelligence ELIS

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Program for Artificial Intelligence ELIS is a software that is able to talk like people in plain language, manage devices, and also to learn. With this program you can communicate with the computer, as well as interact with the physical world. The program also uses the ability to connect Arduino to create smart home systems, automation, etc.

Graphene is a two-dimensional allotropic form of carbon

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Graphene is the most durable material on Earth. 300 times stronger than steel. A sheet of graphene with an area of one square meter and a thickness of only one atom is able to hold an object weighing 4 kilograms. Graphene, as a napkin, you can bend, fold, stretch. Paper napkin torn in his hands. That won’t happen to graphene.

Nuclear battery based on carbon-14

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The developed nuclear battery based on carbon-14 has a number of advantages over nuclear batteries based on other radioactive isotopes, namely: environmental friendliness, low cost and long period of operation. These advantages are provided, firstly, by the use of carbon-14 as a radioactive source in the nuclear battery. The half-life of this element is 5700 years and, unlike, for example, Ni-63, carbon-14 is non-toxic and has a low cost.

Hydrogen fuel cell

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Hydrogen fuel cells carry out the transformation of chemical energy of fuel into electricity, bypassing ineffective, running with heavy losses, combustion and transformation of heat energy into mechanical energy.

Wind Turbine Onipko

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Wind turbine Onipko works silently unlike bladed turbines, the infrasound emitted which have adverse effect on all living things in the area. Thanks to the Golden section of the wind turbine Onipko almost completely uses wind energy and operates at medium and low wind speed — from 0.3 m/s.