blocks

Engineers use quantum computing to develop transparent window coating that blocks heat and saves energy

Engineers use quantum computing to develop transparent window coating that blocks heat and saves energy

The golden dome of Notre-Dame partially photographed through a sample (top left) of the TRC coating. Credit: University of Notre-Dame Cooling accounts for approximately 15% of global energy consumption. Conventional see-through windows allow the sun to warm interior spaces, which energy-hungry air conditioners must then cool. What if a window could help cool the room, …

Engineers use quantum computing to develop transparent window coating that blocks heat and saves energy Read More »

Engineers use quantum computing to develop transparent window coating that blocks heat and saves energy

Engineers use quantum computing to develop transparent window coating that blocks heat and saves energy

The golden dome of Notre-Dame partially photographed through a sample (top left) of the TRC coating. Credit: University of Notre-Dame Cooling accounts for approximately 15% of global energy consumption. Conventional see-through windows allow the sun to warm interior spaces, which energy-hungry air conditioners must then cool. What if a window could help cool the room, …

Engineers use quantum computing to develop transparent window coating that blocks heat and saves energy Read More »