2020
Sustainable Technologies/​Future Energy

This invention operates on the principal that fluid pressure increases in direct proportion to depth. It relocates the process of reverse osmosis at depths where the weight of the water produces the pressure required to drive the reverse osmosis process. By some estimates,

There is a dire need to better protect the health of seashores, lakes and rivers, especially fishing grounds. A unique clean-up boat is described below. It aims to markedly reduce the cost and increase the effectiveness of meeting the need.

Though originally conceived by RESTCo, an Ottawa,

Design focus is the green energy from waste. Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) including all plastic waste as well as Agricultural Waste is converted to a premium fuel-Di Methyl Ether (DME). DME can replace diesel and LPG.

Here is proposed a new control framework for converters of renewable energy sources, based on choosing their operation mode – grid-forming or grid-following depends on the dynamic properties of a power system.

Problem

Standard bioreactors used to grow microalgal cultures have made little progress in their potential output to meet the needs of industrial carbon dioxide emissions. Although the potential value of the algal product is high, maintenance is laborious and costly.

The thinnest material in existence is Graphene. It has high thermal conductivity, quantum hall effect, mechanical good with high Young's modulus (1 TPa) and intrinsic strength of 130 GPa, high optical transmittance and high electronic transport,

In modern physics, it is axiomatic that Entropy does not decrease automatically. For example, when two rooms of equal temperature are connected to each other, the temperature in one room will NOT automatically be higher than the temperature in the other room.

However, Mr. Richard Phillips Feynman,

Reduction of energy spend and boosting of throughput is of paramount importance to maximize gas separation efficiency. Waste heat energy has a major role in cost of the separated gas.

We are increasingly aware of the amount of microfibres – notably microplastics – which are created by washing our clothes and the damage they are doing to marine life. Typically, these microfibres leave our household laundry washing machines and travel to a local waste-water treatment plant (WWTP).

The design and configuration of platforms for online learning such as MOOCs is an untested knowledge domain.

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