Jun 21, 2017 Leave a comment

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Shipping Container

Feb 17, 2017 Leave a comment

A new form of architecture that has gained popularity by leaps and bounds over the past several years is shipping container architecture. This form of architecture uses steel intermodal containers (or shipping containers) as the primary structural element. There are several reasons why more and more people are opting for this form of architecture: wide […]

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Francis Turbine

Feb 06, 2017 Leave a comment

A water turbine is a rotary engine whose job it is to convert kinetic and potential energy of water into mechanical work. Since their inception in the 19th century, they have been used widely to produce industrial power. In today’s world, however, their main function is the generation of electrical power, though they are also used for pumped storage. Of […]

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Wheel FEA Simulation

Nov 02, 2016 Leave a comment

FEA document of Automobile Wheel CAD model V7 V8 FE model V7: Total number of nodes 1218884 V8: Total number of nodes 1233941 Material properties Component Material name Young’s modulus (MPa) Poisson’s ratio 0.2% Proof strength (MPa) Tensile Ultimate Strength (MPa) Wheel Aluminum 72395 0.33 160 228 Boundary conditions Loads Results Total Deformation (mm) V7 […]

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Three Phases of the Electric Driven Vehicle

Sep 19, 2016 Leave a comment

Phase 1: The Past Who invented the very first EV is uncertain and several inventors have been given credit. In the early 1800’s, Hungarian, Ányos Jedlik invented a small-scale model car powered by an electric motor that he designed. In mid-1800’s, Robert Anderson of Scotland invented a crude electric-powered carriage. In 1835, another small-scale electric […]

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Glass Surface Corrosion

Sep 15, 2016 Leave a comment

New glass is bright and sparkling, easy to see through and easy to clean and keep clean. Contrary to popular belief, the surface of the glass is not completely smooth. It has what glass manufacturers call ‘lattice’ or ‘honeycomb’ patterns. Under a microscope glass reveals a rougher surface made of peaks and potholes. Organic and […]

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Technical Report On Futuristic Vending Machine For Gift Cards

Sep 12, 2016 Leave a comment

After submitting various designs, the following was chosen: – Futuristic, modern and an eye catching design. The lower shape is not an easy one to manufacture due to the curves in the body in both directions. It cannot be defined by dimensioning as per the usual manner. So it requires that we flatten the four […]

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