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Old 10-03-2016, 07:58 AM   #16
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The use of Graphene structural matrix in the fabrication of metal propertied layer and superconducting bilayer multiply folded through 3D printed process is incorporated into a Solar laying Mega Tank Tracked Rig, and can allow for automatic voltage transmission with high voltage efficiency, can produce a high current application through the material dynamics and with high eigenvalue response across the system with near zero energy loss within six sigma ranges for energy transmission. Storage is in layered graphene ultracapacitor transformation banks with ports for.multiple levels of various transportation machines with various automated purposes and orders. Giant Solar tile glass-alloy layer can be upgraded to absorb rain(salt) ions through kinetic impact capture by specially delivered graphene coatings as graphene psuedo capacitor technology improves. The graphene liquid tranmission of voltage energy is so fast under the system that it is possible that hybrid airships can also recharge wirelessly in transit and even faster through direct port to individualised offgrid living locations. Ships capacitors can be recharged 8000 times with minimal loss indicated from current technology trials. Recuperative energy supplies can be direct delivered by airships imcase of low wind and long term cloud cover at individualised offgrid homing units.
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Nanowire Tech Could Change Batteries Forever
University labs have been responsible for countless innovations, with no small number of those being attempts to improve upon designs for batteries, currently used in everything from spaceships to smartphones. The latest innovation from the University of California, Irvine comes courtesy of chemist Reginald Penner, pictured above, and doctoral candidate Mya Le Thai. It’s a brand new battery design that may extend battery life and the longevity of battery units exponentially by using nanowires, specially made and coated lengths of gold that are insanely thin and, also pictured above, can be stacked into a spiral pattern and loaded to their high capacity with electricity without causing any interference.

In testing, a nanowire test sample was charged and discharged a mind-boggling 200,000 times without losing a single bit of power capacity. To put that into perspective, most people keep their smartphones about two years and charge them nightly. This means that the phones go through about 730 charge and discharge cycles, during which, depending on charging habits and usage, they can lose a significant amount of their power capacity. On top of the lack of degradation, nanowire batteries can be built in such a fashion as to have a significantly longer charge life than the lithium-ion batteries that are currently in wide use, as well as being able to be designed in almost any manner and placed almost anywhere due to the extremely small size of the nanowires.

The discovery that led to the longevity and usability of the nanowires actually came completely by accident while Mya and Penner were working on a nanowire battery design. While they tended to fail catastrophically after just a few thousand cycles, Mya decided to play around with more outlandish ways to extend capacity than mere design. She ended up coating a length of nanowire with an extremely thin layer of electrolytic gel and giving it a few thousand cycles. She was shocked to find that it just kept on ticking. 200,000 tests and 3 months later, the nanowire unit was still completely unharmed and performing like a champ. While it will take a good while before practical nanowire battery designs can become a reality, they have the potential to completely change the game when it comes to battery technology.
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These concrete apartments are being produced as continuous extrusions then separated, they are high-strength and lightweight. All the electronics would be an integral part of the dwelling. ..................... The outer shells of these efficient structures serve as photovoltaic generators this surface uses the principle of thermoelectric modules, which converts Solar radiation directly to electricity for heating, cooling and other needs.................. Cranes, guided by GPS, transport and lift the prefabricated dwellings to sites locations

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