Sustainable Technologies - 2016
Indore, Madhya Pradesh
Jun 4, 2016
The idea and concept of generating electric power from commercial vehicles is to maximize the use of renewable sources and to minimize our dependency on fossil fuels. The visualization of this idea is to mount wind turbines tunnels on top of commercial vehicles (buses/trains ) to generate large amount of electricity. Wind farms require a large space which is not available everywhere and require huge investment of time and money, while turbines on commercial vehicles require only a little space and money and are easy to manufacture as compared to large wind farms.
Wind turbines are designed to work ...
Mar 13, 2016
This technology is based on magnetic repelling principle .We can generate electricity with very little force with the help of this technology.This will be a radical step in the field of energy generation.
In this technology there will be a balance system and two heavy weight magnets will be attached with each side of this balance system as per diagram.
As per diagram there will be two moving weights and these moving weights will move on tracks.These tracks will be fixed at the angle of 8 to 10 degree.
Two magnets will be attached on the front side of ...
Jun 30, 2016
In today's scenario fossil fuel prices have gone sky high and fossil fuel is not a pollution free option. We need to reduce the use of fossil fuel for human comfort. Today all cars are equipped with an air conditioner for human comfort. To run the air conditioner a large amount of fuel is burnt, which reduces fuel efficiency and also leads to air pollution.
According to today's condition the air conditioner available in the car reduces the fuel efficiency of your car almost by HALF. So to overcome the problem I propose the idea of using a piezoelectric transducer (disc) ...
This research work is concerned with the evaluation of mechanical properties – tensile, tensile modulus, hardness and impact strength of waste tire particles fabric-reinforced polyester composites. In this connection, tire particles and Matrix were fabricated by conventional hand lay-up process followed by light compression moulding technique and tested for the different weight ratios (25:75, 50:50, and 75:25). By using ambient process for getting tire powder in the size of 5 mesh - 30 mesh and pretreatment of tire particle with H2SO4 to enhance their mechanical properties and molecular orientation. The hardness strength and impact strength were found to be maximum ...
Harvesting energy effectively is of paramount importance to maximize energy production capacity. In order to produce electric energy eternally without fuel, I have successfully developed a new concept after spending several years of research. This is the ever needed permanent solution for sustainable energy needs. This device can generate power, eternally. It generates power from action/reaction and back EMF, so it does not require fuel to operate.
This concept consists of one outer stator and two concentric rotors. There are permanent U-magnets on outer stator. There are coil wound straight (bar) electromagnets on outer rotor; and there are permanent ...
The Ettridge Wet Sump Two Stroke Engine
The Ettridge Wet Sump Two Stroke Engine, was invented in 1991 and is covered by Australian patent nos.663377 and No.657315. The invention is the basic two stroke engine in its simplest form with modifications that has a porting arrangement that opens and closes to allow the exhaust gas pressure to escape into the crankcase before the exhaust port opens. This effectively raises the crankcase pressure from the normal 4-7 lb pressure up to 20-25 lb pressure, effectively super charging the crankcase. The inventor made this modification to an 18cc Kawasaki Brush ...
Jun 27, 2016
Abstract: The internal combustion engine (ICE) has been the key to powering our society for the past century however spiralling fuel costs, emissions regulations and uncertainty surrounding foreign oil dependency has resulted in ever more stringent rules and regulations regarding the fuel consumption of engines. This project demonstrates the development of an Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) experimental system which was coupled to a Combined Heat & Power (CHP) plant in order to investigate the viability of ORC system installation on Heavy Duty (HD) trucks. A 5kW ORC system has been designed and build at Brunel University in order to ...
College Station, Tx
May 29, 2016
Forest fires in rural areas and semi-urban surroundings present a significant challenge to the departments of forestry, fire protection and wildland fire-control services in many parts of the world, with Ontario-Canada being the latest example in this regard. Not only does the massive extinguishing effort require novel solutions to enhance the efficiency of the fire suppression, isolation, blanketing and cooling operations, it also necessitates wise environmental strategies for the aftermath of the fire, to ensure rapid restoration of affected areas in an ecologically sound way. Our invention, the Fire Mash, emerges as a proven nanotechnology solution with rapid fire ...
Harness the power of the sun with this solar powered Stirling engine. Using sustainable technology, it is environmentally friendly - materials are renewable and recyclable.
The beauty of this low cost engine is that anybody can build it at home. A trip to the local hardware store provides everything you need.
This engine has several distinctive design features including a horizontal cam, a flat plate solar collector and low cost material, setting it apart from other Stirling engines. Usually, the engine has sinusoidal displacer motion which is less efficient. Our cam introduces a dwell during periods of the ...
Chutung, Hsinchu, Hsinchu Hsien
May 18, 2016
Fluid-Driven Emergency Lighting combines an innovative water turbine micro-generator with LED light engine to form two unique devices: Fluid-Driven Nozzle Light (FDNL) and Fluid-Driven Sprinkler Light (FDSL). Whenever water flows through the turbine blade within the micro-generator, a small part of the energy is converted to electricity to power the light. In fire sites, FDNL mounted on a regular fire-fighting nozzle and FDSL mounted on a sprinkler head can provide brilliant illumination and indication without outside electricity. These not only solve the issue of clumsy yet insufficient lighting equipment firefighters have to carry to enter a fire site, but ...