Entries - 2013
Jun 30, 2013
This is just a simple sketch of a car (SUV segment) for easy transport of people and their necessities! The car I've designed is totally virtual design but, imagination has its no limits.
Made of aluminum alloy to reduce weight.
Mostly the parts are not curved which saves the manufacturing process.
The design of the car is compact to utilize all the available space.
The face of the car is kept high to keep safe the passengers.
The body width is more to keep the passengers comfortable for long distance.
The ground clearance is kept high for off-road ...
Mehalla Kobra, Al Gharbiyah
May 29, 2013
My project is called Anti-Explosion Tire System (AETS) . The AETS is a system for preventing tires from exploding while driving cars and hence saving the lives of passengers and drivers. AETS consists of 2 components. Fig 1 shows component 1 and fig 2 shows component 2. One outside tire like fig 1 and the other component is inside the tire valve like fig 2.
In fig 1 there's an ultrasonic unit built into the front tire bumper and if there's an obstacle in front of the car tire like big hump or small steel nuts the rays will return back ...
The tail rotor takes up 10 to 15% of the power, and complicates the mechanics. Some time ago I checked available designs and was surprised to find test flights in Germany in 1942 and a Dornier design well, a design in 1991/1992. Either compressed air pushes low octane gas through the rotor blades and at the end a spark plug ignites the fuel, driving the blades D (1942), Jet exhaust to the tip of the rotors, or a Zoche diesel driving an impeller and pushing the air into the rotor blades. Yet none of the projects became commercial. Now, ...
France (includes Monaco)
Jun 29, 2013
What would a super fuel-efficient aircraft look like; how far can we refine its aerodynamics; and what kind of performances, load capability and comfort can we expect from it?
The AGA-33 is a 250-passenger fuel-efficient twinjet that is optimized for 6000 km transatlantic missions. This aircraft will be constructed using known materials and mature technologies. This is something that can be done right now, and not “sometime in the future.”
To achieve better fuel-economy, the L/D (lift to drag ratio) has to be boosted by enlarging the wingspan, and reducing the wetted area. With a 68 meters ...
The world is currently experiencing rapid explosion in human population with a fixed land mass, thus, making a very constrained space available for agricultural practices. It is gradually coming to a point where agricultural products supply is no longer able to meet up with the demand, thereby causing an impending food shortage/crisis globally and a hike in food prices.
There is therefore the need for more efficient agricultural practices, especially in the areas of mixed cropping and crop rotation for maximizing the agricultural output of a particular piece of land within specific or over a continuous interval.
Many households do not consistently maintain their A/C filters (heating or cooling). Common education suggests that changing your filter every 30 days is sufficient. This catch-all number does not take into account the number of people, pets, other particle generators, or the location of the household.
The device I am currently working on is a very low cost, single AAA battery powered anemometer that is designed to track relative air-flow changes. When placed on an A/C return vent, it will monitor air-flow changes and send a positive alert (beeper and/or LED) when the filter needs replacing.
Newer A/C units ...
Introduction – When we are going to a place by plane, there is always a chance for the plane to crash. If a plane crashes, then there is a lot of chaos and the passengers fight for a single parachute, after all everyone wants to save their own life. Most of the people don’t know the way to use the parachute and in mid air, it can happen that parachute does not work because there is a problem in the parachute, and then there life will be in danger. My futuristic design will give a solution to all these ...
Pinellas Park, Florida
Jul 1, 2013
Tesla High Speed - High Volume Air Turbine
This device was originally created to cool a person or a few people off by way of a high speed high volume turbine and an ice chest, which worked wonderful by the way in cooling down a person or a small enclosed area such as work tent in digging ditches, or out in the heat such as desert climates.
We started out from an idea from Nikola Tesla who did a lot of work on fluid dynamics in the 1900’s. We took that idea and with some innovative thought produced a ...
Tractor overturns are still the main cause of fatalities on farms today. In most of these cases, the tractor was fitted with a foldable rollover protective structure (foldable ROPS). Although foldable ROPS should be returned to the upright position immediately upon exiting a low clearance environment, the truth is that the ROPS are usually kept down for different reasons: either it implies an effort for the driver to unfold the ROPS, or it is inconvenient to set the ROPS in the upright position, or simply the driver forgets to return the structure to the protection position.
As a response ...
Introducing the AIRcable Smart Dimmer, a new in-wall light dimmer switch, designed with one driving criteria in mind: ease of use.
No complicated setup, unreliable powerline communication or wireless infrastructure is required to remotely control house lighting.
Ease Of Use Design
The AIRcable Smart Dimmer is elegantly designed with a standard deco rocker and tactile feedback. It is very easy to use by reducing the user interface to the absolute key essential functions.
- click the rocker and the light goes on or off
- click and hold the rocker to dim the light, changes direction when pressed ...