Sustainable Technologies

In this Project the basic mechanics and engineering principles are applied to find out possible Solution for Preventing Emission. By using adsorption principle the hazardous gases in exhaust are reduced or cleaned.The emission level of CO is decreased up to 24.39% and HC is decreased up to 64.44%. More over this is a simplest way and easy adoptable in vehicle’s.

b)Harmful gases Reduction (HC,CO,etc...)


CER has conceptualized and designed the ultimate miniaturized electric energy storage cell for cell phone charging. When fully charged, it will store approximately 75,000 mAh. Through the 5.0 V micro USB outlet port it will charge an Android™ type cell phone (with a 3,200 mAh battery) approximately 23 times. It will be slightly larger than a typical thumb drive memory (3" long x 7/8" wide x 5/8" thick), weigh about 3 ounces, and can be charged overnight from a household 110-120 AC outlet with a NEMA 1-15, C-7 appliance cord. Expected cycle life is 10,000+ recharges.

The energy cell will utilize an array of multi-layer ceramic capacitors (MLCCs) manufactured from our newly discovered and in development ceramic dielectric capacitor ...

Innovation: The Department of Energy is on record stating that transpired solar collectors (TSC) are in the top 2% of all inventions, ever. Solarwall is the grandfather of all TSC. Sunreps' fabric transpired solar collector (FTSC) is 4-6 time less expensive than the metal collectors.

Manufacturability: 1500 sf of FTSC can be fabricated and installed on-site by two people with only hand tools in days of work.

Marketability: Return on Investment (ROI) is ultimately the single most important factor to any energy realted product. Without incentive in the agricultural sector, (poultry barns) FTSC's pay for themselves in less than three year in the sun starved Pacific Northwest. Half of the 4.2 million commercial building of 50,000 ...

Flying electric generators (FEGs) are designed to harness kinetic energy in the powerful, persistent high altitude winds. At 15,000 feet (4600 m) and above, tethered rotorcraft, with four or more rotors mounted on each unit, could give individual rated outputs of up to 40 MW. These aircraft would be highly controllable and could be flown in arrays, making them a large-scale source of reliable wind power. It is anticipated that large-scale units would make low cost electricity available for grid supply. Tethered rotorcraft, with four or more rotors in each unit, could harness the powerful, persistent jet streams, and should be able to compete effectively with all other energy production methods. One of the challenges to be faced in ...


Purpose : To build a front loader with efficient hydraulic system
Method used: SolidWorks 3d modeling software
Procedures: Data collecting ,Solidworks parts ,assembly and other testing techiques

The main Feature of this project
• Mechanically more efficient hydraulic system
• More system stability
• Sensors ,automatic working ,
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The idea is to generate clean energy.

Is based on the principle of mechanical energy transformation associated with magnetic energy into electrical energy.

The system consists in the integration of "already existing technologies and concepts", and in their physical sizing and capacity depending on where you want to apply it.

The basic concepts used in the integration, are:
-The magnetic levitation associated with the vacuum compartment, internal elements of the generating unit.
-The isolation of transitional loads due to "Mechanical External Shocks".
-The material with sufficient mechanical strength to withstand the centrifugal force.
- Foucault current control because these currents cause heating losses within the generator unit.
-Control of Gyroscopic Effect because this can bring instability to generator unit.

This system consists of using water pressure, which will light the home and provide power for the use of electrical appliances.
The system operates when the gears on the generator are moved by water pressure moving the pistons, to accumulate power in a battery.

The excess of water accumulates in a pond and this can be used in household appliances, such as the kitchen sink, the toilet tank fill, laundry and water for gardens.

This system is ideal as it is a clean and renewable energy.

This system is constantly under water ...

1-Heat transfer mechanism through a roof

On a summer sunny day, a typical roof surface can reach temperatures that are nearly 100°F above ambient temperature. A light color roof, due to the characteristics of the outer layer, stays at or near the ambient temperature. The benefit of keeping a roof surface cooler is air-conditioning energy saving, reduced summer electrical energy usage, increased human comfort and urban environment quality.

For low-rise buildings a typical application achieves air-conditioning energy savings of 10-20%.
This translates into monetary gains for building facility owners, helping reduce emissions of atmospheric pollutants and green house gases.

Much of solar radiation is reflected back toward the sky, but some is absorbed by the roof as heat. A ...

If you have to maintain a lawn anyway, why not harvest it for energy? The personal lawn harvester coverts lawn turf to pellet fuel that can be used for home heating or power generation.

The mower is powered by the grass pellets it harvests, so you never have to fuel it. A guidance system based on VSLAM and GPS allows for autonomous operation in cluttered and unpredictable environments.

Herbaceous materials such as lawn grass have very similar energy content when compared to woody biomass on a dry material basis, and grass has a shorter carbon cycle and better growth performance.

The mower fuel system is based on proven technologies: biomass densification, drying, and gasification, combined with off-the-shelf engine technology. ...

Albert Mroz
At astronomical distances away from our home planet, what will be the source of extraterrestrial sustenance for the new pioneers of space? And will “shipping” dried, frozen or preserved food grown on Earth be even feasible in order to provide the distant colonizers adequate nourishment far from the green fields of our home planet? Relying on high technology? Yes, of course, as long as the space traveler has a source of vital nutrition.

It is unlikely there will be verdant acres growing on the surfaces of distant moons or planets from which to obtain vegetable-based vitamins, minerals and protein. Limitations of livable space in outer space will most likely ...

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