Each reservoir is equipped with a thermostat, a heating element, and a clock. After pouring water in reservoirs, the thermostats keep the temperature of each reservoir steady for a certain degree. The clocks show the operating time of the elements. By comparing the operating time of reservoirs, it can be seen the element in conventional insulated reservoir has more operating time than a nano-insulated reservoir.
Nanoparticles Coated Glass
One of the lamps is covered with nanoparticle coated glass and the other with ordinary glass. By touching each of the glasses, it can be seen that the nanoparticles coated glass is a better insulator for radiant energy.
This device is equipped with a piece of conventional concrete and a piece of nano-concrete. To build up the bridge with a steady weight of both concrete, you can see more project progress with the nano-concrete, and this means that nano-concrete has a lower density and more endurance than ordinary concrete.
Increasing the Covering Surface by Reducing the Particle Size
If the large cube is considered a single particle, dividing it into two particles can be double the surface. By continuing this process, one can conclude, the more division, the more covered surface. This suggests that a certain amount of material in nano-scale can cover more surface.
Waterproof Surfaces with Nano-coating
On the top floor there are pieces of fabric, plaster, and brick with a nano coating. On the lower floor these pieces are placed without a nano coating. It is easy to see that unlike the lower pieces, the upper pieces do not absorb water.
Each piece of cork is a symbol of a nanoparticle. Since nanoparticles have two positive and negative poles, inside each piece of cork, a small magnet is placed. The fluid inside the tray facilitates the movement of the corks. If we shift the poles of a cork, the other corks change their position so that they are placed in order to absorb each other, and this is an example of the memory feature in materials.
This thread is coated with silver nanoparticles. An ammeter shows that the thread, like a conductive wire, can pass he electrical current through itself.
Positive Poisson Factor
In nature, when a material is drawn from one dimension, the other dimension is reduced. In this case the material has a negative Poisson coefficient. This device shows that if we change the layout of the atoms (which are on a nanoscale) in a particular way, the mentioned feature is reversed, that is, by drawing one dimension, the next dimension is drawn and the so-called Poisson coefficient becomes positive.
By touching the levels and magnifying it, it simulates a special type of nanoscale microscope called AFM.
Stimulation of Inaccessible Surfaces
Using the embedded wires on this device, you can scan the inaccessible surface, which is actually a model of the FAD scanner. If we consider the wires in the nanoscale, we can scan the inaccessible surface on a nanoscale.