Parking has been a hassle for decades, and yet is a necessity. Everywhere we go we spend a large chunk of time looking for a parking space. The most common solution are Parking Structures, but these are very expensive, unsafe for pedestrians and take up a large area.
Presently, all the coolant control valves (CCV) are used on engine/vehicle applications to precisely control the coolant flow, by using electric actuators. These actuators require electric energy as an input during continuous operation.
For decades, seeing eye dogs have been used by visually impaired or blind individuals. These highly trained dogs specialize in keeping the user safe from obstacles and hazards during their daily lives when they travel. While these exceptional animals are a valuable companion to the user,
CITS is an acronym from Crankcase Independent Two-Stroke. This patented technology retains the renown simplicity, low-maintenance, and superior weight and cost to power ratios of the two-stroke, and then eliminates their total-loss-lubrication and emissions burden.
Restoring Elevator Carrying Capacity During the Era of Social Distancing via Disinfected Airflow and Ultraviolet Flash
Elevators are a critical element of "last mile" transportation infrastructure in high population density environments whose carrying capacity is severely constrained by recent social distancing recommendations.
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