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View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-do-solar-panels-work-richard-komp The Earth intercepts a lot of solar power: 173,000 terawatts. That’s 10,000 times more power than the planet’s population uses. So is it possible that one day the world could be completely reliant on solar energy? Richard Komp examines how solar panels convert solar energy to electrical energy. Lesson by Richard Komp, animation by Globizco.
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To commemorate the 25th year anniversary of the Stanford Solar Car Project, the Precourt Institute for Energy presents a documentary about the Stanford team's top-five finish in the 2013 World Solar Challenge - a grueling 2000-mile race across the Australian outback. The documentary features team members, family and industry supporters, including project sponsors Panasonic and STMicroelectronics, as well as Google and Tesla Motors. Founded in 1989, the Stanford Solar Car Project is a student-run organization fueled by its members’ passion for environmentally minded technology. The team designs, builds, and races solar-powered vehicles to compete in the World Solar Challenge, a major international event held every other year in Australia. In the 2013 World Solar Challenge, the Stanford car...
UOIT engineering students have designed first in the market design of next generation autonomous solar panel system that self-move toward maximal solar energetic areas. Innovate at http://www.engineering.uoit.ca Audio Credits: STYE Again - Beyond Music
Sun Engineering approached DWJ Media and proposed a DVD concept to be used for the 2010 Christmas Party, and for future clients. DWJ Media accepted the brief and delivered this project in 2 weeks. Produced by Donald Johannessen - Directed/Edited by Nik Lachajczak
Back in my day Mod Packs were hard! I mean like walking barefoot in the snow to school, uphill, both ways! Well, not really, but I wanted a challenging mod pack to work on, so I found Age of Engineering. We will progress through 16 Different Ages, each requiring the completion of the one before it. Things are harder, things aren't easy, we will be really putting ourselves to the test. Will we have the patience, the drive, and the ability to flat out grind out way to the end? Watch and see! Curse Launcher: https://www.curse.com/download Stay Up to date with DC!! https://www.patreon.com/dadcraft73 Twitter: https://twitter.com/DadCraft73 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/dadcraft73mc Discord: https://discord.gg/qXgJfG2 Thumbnail and Intro Art by ZloYxp! https://www.youtube.co...
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Cuts in a flexible backing for solar cells allow a flat solar panel to separate into many small cells that can track the sun across the sky. Tracking provides a 20 to 40 percent improvement in the amount of energy captured by the cells. Unlike conventional, motorized sun-tracking solar panels, these could be lightweight and aerodynamic enough for residential roofs, which make up 80 percent of solar panel installations in the U.S. This video was produced by Aaron Lamoureux, a doctoral student in materials science & engineering at the University of Michigan. Kyusang Lee, a doctoral student in electrical engineering & computer sciences; Matthew Shlian, a lecturer in Art & Design; Stephen Forrest, the the Peter A. Franken Distinguished University Professor of Engineering, Paul G. Goebel Pro...
This video shows an operating Solar tracker using an Arduino micro-controller Atmega 328/P. The aim is to take the maximum power produced by the solar tracker.
The sun is an almost limitless source of clean energy—if only we could capture that energy effectively. Though solar cells have been around for over 50 years, so far no one has been able to make them cheaply enough and efficient enough for truly widespread use. But by starting small, using either nanocrystals or organic polymers, Hugh Hillhouse and Christine Luscombe hope to make solar cell manufacturing simpler and more reliable while adhering to green manufacturing methods. Their approach, based on abundant raw materials, also does this much more cheaply than is currently possible. Hear them describe how molecular engineering has the potential to make solar technology accessible to all. Hugh Hillhouse, Rehnberg Chair Professor, Chemical Engineering University of Washington Christine Lusc...
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