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Analysis of Patents Artificial Floating Island for Maximizing the Development of Water Purification
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 Title & Authors
Analysis of Patents Artificial Floating Island for Maximizing the Development of Water Purification
Kim, Jeong-Ho; Yoon, Yong-Han;
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 Abstract
This study for the development of water purification Artificial floating island maximizing domestic Artificial floating island patent trends and product development, according to the timing of patent registration was analyzed for trends. In addition, domestic invention patent technology Artificial floating island typed according to the purpose and characteristics of domestic patents were Artificial Floating Island. In particular, domestic leisure space with a growing population and the need for securing emerging role as a reservoir of water only in the past, who do appeal as a tourist destination or as an ecological space utilized, and accordingly will transform and the need to secure a hydrophilic, degrade water quality problems using this aquatic environment (water acquisition and hydrophilic), the requirements are a big obstacle is the reality factor. This patented product differentiation strategy through the analysis of the development of technology progressiveness (Field Application) in terms of water quality improvement and maintenance side, and the hydrophilic side scenery, ecological restoration aspects, and applicability to the field and taking into account existing technology economic aspects of distinction were presented and advertised a lot in terms of cost compared to other techniques without the use of highly efficient methodology for building a water purification and also appears identity appeal, wetlands, rivers, etc. can be applied broadly technician widespread deployment and installation time to less simple and more are expected to spread.
 Keywords
Artificial floating island;Water quality;Wetland;Ecological restoration;
 Language
Korean
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