This project is about building a manual portable step on shower that has high water drop pressure without using any device. This is done by using the weight of the person taking the bath as source of pressure generator for the water being used for the bath.
Before reading the theory know that I am basing it on three facts and assumptions listed below.
In space where there is microgravity, heavy objects move around easily. For example, astronauts can move equipment weighing hundreds of pounds with their fingertips.
The main societies that are affected the most from water shortage are the rural areas. Supplying water to rural areas especially for developing countries is a very challenging task because the limitation is the cost affordability for construction, repair and running expenses.
The Idea proposed is to construct a Floating Runway in a circular lake.
By having the runway floating, it can be turned in such a way that it is possible to create optimum landing and take off conditions under various types of weather.
Proposed design for storage of electrical energy in the form of flywheel rotation
In our efforts to move away from fossil fuels and towards forms of renewable energy there is the problem of a mismatch between the generation of energy and consumption of this energy.
The NerraTrac continuously variable transmission (CVT) utilizes a traction drive in a traction fluid (high viscosity lubricant) that ‘solidifies’ momentarily between two hardened metal surfaces under high contact pressure, thus providing a traction force. It employs the same elasto-hydrodynamic lubrication principle used by all current automotive CVT transmissions.
The RoFo Headgear beverage dispenser, or RoFo BevDisHeadgear beverage dispenser is Multi-disciplinary; its cross-disciplinary capabilities are available when needed. The tool divides into two unique types and means for dispensing content with two distinct intentions: the first: Entertainment;
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.
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