Electric paper could detect leaks in pipes

As can be imagined, finding a leak deep within the piping of someplace like a water treatment plant can be an arduous process. Thanks to ongoing research at the University of Washington, however, it could be about to get much easier. Scientists there have created electrically-conductive paper that senses water... Continue Reading Electric paper could detect leaks in pipes Category: Materials Tags: Paper University of Washington Water Related Articles: Got this kind of face? You're more likely to be left-handed Discovery of 2D magnet could lead to super slim electronics Smartphone app scans pupils to detect concussions Researchers looking to patient gait for earlier Glaucoma detection Scientists see electricity pass through water molecules for the first time

Electric paper could detect leaks in pipes

As can be imagined, finding a leak deep within the piping of someplace like a water treatment plant can be an arduous process. Thanks to ongoing research at the University of Washington, ...

Thu 9 Nov 17 from Gizmag

'Smart' paper can conduct electricity, detect water

In cities and large-scale manufacturing plants, a water leak in a complicated network of pipes can take tremendous time and effort to detect, as technicians must disassemble many pieces to locate ...

Tue 7 Nov 17 from Phys.org

'Smart' paper can conduct electricity, detect water, Tue 7 Nov 17 from ScienceDaily

Nanomaterials added to paper to make sustainable water sensor

University of Washington researchers are simplifying the process for discovering leaks in water pipes by developing ‘smart’ paper embedded with nanomaterials that senses the presence ...

Mon 13 Nov 17 from The Engineer

‘Smart’ Paper Can Conduct Electricity, Detect Water

NewsIn cities and large-scale manufacturing plants, a water leak in a complicated network of pipes can take tremendous time and effort to detect, as technicians must disassemble many pieces ...

Tue 7 Nov 17 from Laboratory Equipment

'Smart' Paper Can Conduct Electricity, Detect Water , Mon 6 Nov 17 from Newswise

Scientists design smart paper capable of detecting water, conducting electricity

Scientists have designed smart paper capable of sensing water and conducting electricity. The paper could be used to detect water leaks in city pipes.

Tue 7 Nov 17 from UPI

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