On 27th August 2019, our Centre Director Prof Guan Heng Yeoh has delivered a plenary section in the AFAC19 research forum hosted in Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC), Victoria, Australia. Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council (AFAC) is a national council for fire & emergency service, partnering with Bushfire Natural Hazards CRC and Read more about AFAC19 – Research Forum presentation[…]
MXenes are a newly discovered class of two dimensional transition metal carbides, nitrides and carbonnitrides. They are emerging materials for electrochemical storage and possible use in lithiumion batteries for applications such as cell phones and electric vehicles. However, their practical applications are currently limited by challenges with manufacturing, and fire and explosion safety.
We have recently developed our own predictive model to understand soot particle size distribution adopting the Discrete Quadrature Method of Moments (DQMOM) Population Balance Approach (PBA). Using this technique, we can simulate the variation of size and number of particulates for any given time and space in enclosure field. This model incorporates interactive fire phenomena, Read more about Developing a Predictive Model for Soot Particle Distribution[…]
Recent advancement of bio-based aerogels has shown large potential as an absorbent material for resolving the global crude oil leakage issue. Owing to the bio-degradable features, these materials causes less damage to the ocean ecosystem while can effectively remove the oil pollution. A good example of bio-based aerogel material is pectin, which is an organic Read more about Development of bio-based fire retardants from apples[…]