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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...
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
A visit to Sun's engineering center in India
"The sun never sets on the British Empire" - for years, these words of pride and optimism were used to describe the largest empire in history: Britain. At its pinnacle, the empire spanned every continent and covered one quarter of the Earth's land mass. Through the centuries, the rulers of this enormous powerhouse used extraordinary engineering feats to become an industrial and military titan, loaded with riches. Some of their many pioneering accomplishments include the world's first locomotive, a superhighway of underground sewers, the imposing and grand Westminster Palace, and the most powerful and technically advanced navy in the age of sail. As scandal, violence and drama consumed British royalty at home, the empire surged ahead with these works of engineering innovation that paved ...
Mechanical engineering students projects, Dual axis solar panel tracking system which works in both the axis, since earth is revolving and also rotating in the universe which makes the sun tracking in volute form and not straight as east to west, in moves in angle for which the tracking is also to be in the same way to get optimum efficiency of the solar panel. this machine being developed for students which gives the maximum tracking efficiency of the solar panel to get maximum output. made at Ankush industries, Hubli, karnataka which can be made for other students also, contact us immediately on phone 09448142160.
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
skule nite 1t2 helps relieve the stress during an exam for the incoming first-year students at u of t (university of toronto) engineering! ("one test more" based on the song "one day more" from les miserables. lyrics by carina cautillo and kian marandi. originally performed in SN0T9. music recorded and performed by david lee. SN1T2 directed by jonny sun.) http://www.skulenite.ca
José Alejandro Beltran-Caballero, Associate, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain, speaks on the Inka mastery of stonework and understanding of water management that are evident at Saqsaywaman, the religious and agricultural site that forms the head of the puma of Cusco. Produced for the exhibition "The Great Inka Road: Engineering an Empire" (http://americanindian.si.edu/inkaroad/), on view at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C., through June 1, 2018.
A new type of solarcollector "Matarenki Light"
in this video we are building a solar tracker using an 2 by 1.5 ft solar panel. I tested the maximum input from the solar panel at the optimal angle at the hottest part of the day. I get a 18v at no load and 12v with 1.2 amps with a 12v load. so the panel is about 15-20 watts. I built this solar tracker to track the sun to the get the most efficiency from it. I made most of the part out of aluminium because it would be outside. Material: varies aluminium extrudes 4 inch lazy susan dc motor( geared) gears solar panels arudino 12v battery
The sun tracker device uses both solar panel to measure the voltages, current and power at different angles along the sun movement. The cell absorbs the solar energy and convert into electrical energy which is known as photovoltaic effect. These analogue readings are recorded by the Arduino microcontroller. Then this data used and compare with the previous data and allow the servo motor to move horizontally and vertically to obtain the maximum value of solar cell.