Sustainable Technologies/Future Energy
We have developed technologies to capture and process plastics from the open ocean and rivers. Our technology is unique in that it is minimally invasive, which is a very important aspect of working in the ecologies needed to be cleaned. As an added benefit, the captured carbons,
Mr. Richard Phillips Feynman, a famous scientist, introduced a Brownian ratchet in his book “The Feynman Lectures on Physics” (see Figure 1). The Brownian ratchet is also referred to as Feynman’s ratchet, Feynman’s thermal ratchet and the like.
The POWERBLoK system can replace the Lead, Cobalt, Cadmium, and Lithium used in common batteries with no thermal runaway risks.
Additionally per the 01/26/21 Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) assessment of the UCAP Power POWERBLoK,
Many countries of the world are using underground water extensively. We mostly use this water for drinking or watering crops. The proposed project considers the possibility of obtaining electricity from the groundwater used.
1st Picture: FIG 2 illustrates a side view of water waves 1 forcing a float 2 up and down reciprocating a Scotch Yoke mechanism 12 that is forced into motion by the water waves 1 moving under a floating structure 2 connected to the reciprocating motion mechanism comprised of:
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