It is a well-known fact that remote areas have best wind conditions, with ample amount of electricity produced. However, there are some good wind resources found in urban areas, still unexplored. It can sound silly, but the concept has immense value. Yes, it’s about the wind generated by vehicles such as automobiles, trains, and motorcycles through vertical axis turbines. As a result of this, the energy produced by the wind would be used to provide the infrastructures supporting different transport routes together with associated equipment.
The main idea behind this concept is to generate a modular product, which can be set up at strategic locations including suburban transport or railways. The complexity of this product was reduced so as to allow flexible replacement and maintenance of equipment when required in simple and inexpensive mode. This turbine concept can be applied to parts of road with infrastructures that requires electricity such as light, which in turn would support transportation routes including petrol stations and service areas.
Provoke Design is Nokia’s main Design contractor and they have come up with future headset design of Nokia. They have created three concepts, Express, Share and Feel. The look of the Express design can be changes as per your preferences and tastes. The Feel handset is basically designed for couples as this pair helps in deep communication with touch replication. The share concept enables the cults to interact in a personalized code formed within their sub-groups. Like other products this one is also facing new challenges, but it will surely achieve its goal.
I wish I had O2 Box when I was in Tibet. At altitudes above 16,000 ft., the lack of oxygen can give you headache and nausea. O2 Box concept is a portable oxygen generator that offers outstanding control precision over the amount of oxygen generated and emitted. Designed by La Seconde d’Après, the system is based on the fusion of sodium chlorate that generates oxygen by utilizing a thin replaceable cartridge combined with an induction processing to trigger chemical reaction through heating. The induction process offers a maximized contact zone for the thermal reaction, thus making it extremely reactive oxygen-centered.
Air produced by O2 Box medical oxygen generator is then driven out of the cartridge as exposed aside, and cooled in a copper pipe surrounded by an aluminum heatsink. There two series of fans work together in “push-pull” configuration combining intake and exhaust for maximum efficiency.
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