The world population continues to grow steadily. In 2050, the United Nations expects the world population to reach 9.7 billion people. Therefore, achieving global food security is necessary. In today’s world, fish and meat consumption is still of enormous importance.
A germicidal lamp system using ultraviolet light produced from more than one xenon lamp under high gas pressure and operating at a high voltage where the lamps are flashing at an interleaving mode to preserve lamp life and to reduce the exposure time while still achieving a high
Reliability and endurance are of paramount importance for propeller driven aircraft. Electric motors are more reliable than internal combustion engines, yet also have new failure modes. The EnergySense aircraft propulsion system was created to address these new failure modes and increase endurance, or range, simultaneously.
Various methods and mechanisms are known for lifting and moving loads. At the same time, we (Grigori and Oleg Lishanski, US Patent No. 10,214,398 B2, February 26, 2019) have developed and offer a previously unknown method of lifting and moving cargo and a device for its implementation.
A patented device that attaches to any battery or device and results in utilizing all of the power left in a dead battery. We have proven prototypes for flashlights to smoke detectors to medical devices. It has the ability to dramatically lower the waste accumulated from dead batteries.
Underwater sounds of varying intensity and duration are generated during the four stages of a wind farm’s life cycle:
Pre-construction, which often includes geophysical/seismic surveys to assess site condition and increased vessel traffic to and from the site;
Construction, which may include pile driving, drilling, excavation with explosives,
According to recent research, light pollution now affects a quarter of the planet’s land surface. The falling cost of lighting and the expansion of human infrastructure are to blame. Human illumination is rising in range and intensity by approximately 2% every year.
Microfibers are produced with a combination of polyester and polyamide at most common ratio of 80:20 respectively. The polyester attracts dirt and oils while the polyamide gives the structure of the fiber strand and water absorbing capability. Viewed under a microscope,
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