Imagine an automobile that not only produces no pollution but also cleans the air as you drive it. This is The Tomorrow Car. The Tomorrow Car (TTC) is an Electric/Hybrid drive train that consumes Carbon Dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere and produces Hydrogen gas and baking soda as byproducts.
A growing demand has been established over the recent years for quick and inexpensive oil adulteration detection testing to convoy the automated processes in the industry. Monitoring the oil's quality is paramount not only during their production, transportation, and storage phases but also, more importantly,
A CAWT (Figures 1 & 2) incorporates an innovative wind turbine rotor with a maximum power coefficient (Cp) of 0.88. This value is based on 3D computational fluid dynamics (CFD) studies confirmed by an independent CFD-simulation services company. This exceptional aerodynamic performance is achieved by using closely-spaced,
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