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Flying seed, Alsomitra model. Flying seed Level Primary Concept The plant spreads seeds to leave offspring by a variety of methods.

Flying seed, Alsomitra model

A certain kind of plant seed flies over air. Let’s make flying seed models look like two plants, Alsomitora, and Lauan. Materials cardboard, clay, scissors, stapler, paper clip, bamboo skewer and bond. Ania and Naoise's Wind Turbine Experiment. Discovery Channel - Wind Powered Vehicle. Wind Powered Vehicle Comp. 1+1=3. Lego wind power car mini 30 pcs nachapon100328.AVI. Wind powered robot. Arduino Solar Powered Robot. Canal de AMSEweb.

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Created playlists Popular channels on YouTube Big Think DNews SciShow Alltime10s CGP Grey Veritasium Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to. Philip S. Miller Library. The Wind From Your Breath. Wind Power Generator Set ループウイング風力発電工作セット. 6 in 1 Educational Solar Kit. 6 in 1 Educational Solar Kit EduSol Intro 6in1: Look its a plane no its an air boat no its a puppy wait its a windmill now its a car.”

6 in 1 Educational Solar Kit

Silicon Solar is, and always will be, a family owned and operated solar company dedicated to providing the highest quality solar powered products which have completed our rigorous quality inspection. We also manufacture a full line of solar powered products right here in our production facility; enabling us offer faster delivery and priority technical support. 12 year old boy genius invents new type of solar. Educational Solar Kits. Our selection of educational solar kits makes it easy for kids and adults who are new to solar energy to learn about the basics (and more advanced techniques) of solar power in a safe, fun and rewarding way.

Our educational solar kits range includes: Educational solar kits from Silicon Solar are great for: Weekend DIY / tinkerer projectsA great after-school project with the kidsA classroom introduction to solar power & electricityBoy Scouts, Girl Scouts, 4-H and other youth groupsScience fair projectsAnyone, any age interested in solar power Solar electronic kits are convenient, complete packages of solar panels, cells and other balance of system components that are designed to be used for single, or a small set of, solar power applications. Solar electronic kits come in all shapes and sizes…in a wide variety of power outputs…and specifically designed for a huge variety of solar applications (from the very small to the very large). Wind Training - Wind Design & Installation. Course Description: Participants in this wind power training workshop will learn design and install principles for residential wind systems that range from 10 to 70 feet in diameter and produce 1 to 100 kWh per day.

Wind Training - Wind Design & Installation

The workshop will cover site analysis, system design, installation and safety issues, and hardware specification. Learn about the different available residential wind turbines, how they work, and the advantages and disadvantages of each. This wind energy training is worth 40 educational hours towards the NABCEP Small Wind Installer Certification and is ISPQ (Institute for Sustainable Power Quality) accredited. This course is based on standards set by NABCEP (North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners). Kidwind Wind Turbine. Renewable Energy Kits.

The Mariah Project. The Wind Energy Experience Center The Wind Energy Experience Center is under construction.

The Mariah Project

Check back here in early 2014 for up to date drawings and photos of the new exhibits. A VESTAS Model V47 Wind Turbine (completed), installation of a 1.2KW, 2.5KW and 10KW home size wind turbine, and Interior Wind Power Exhibits. This unique display of wind driven devices will illustrate the ingenuity of Americans as they sought to improve their lives and lifestyles for their families. Rain Simulation Chamber. ESPEC makes rain and spray testing easier by offering a standard chamber capable of published and OEM proprietary test methods.

Rain Simulation Chamber

The standardized design can be configured for the rain/spray tests you need, eliminating the guesswork in buying a chamber. The system is based on the JIS/SAE specification requirements, and can also accomplish individual automaker’s tests, as well as electrical-enclosure tests. Our Design ESPEC's modular design allows you to add on additional features, depending on the number and type of tests required. One possible choice is to integrate the spray system with a regular temperature and humidity chamber to save money and floor space, while also creating an opportunity to simulate actual operating conditions your product may experience. Our system uses multiple control solenoids to vary the water's spray volume/pressure. Testing capabilities (JIS D 0203, SAE J2245, J575) The SAE specification J2245 is modeled after the JIS D0203 and doesn’t differ greatly. Features. Capítulo 6 - Simuladores de lluvia.

Objetivos y aplicaciones Tipos de simuladores Consideraciones practicas Funcionamiento.

Capítulo 6 - Simuladores de lluvia

Linterna que funciona con energía eólica. La energía eólica se aprovecha gracias a grandes turbinas que hoy día puedes encontrar instaladas en muchas partes del mundo, pero eso no quita que la misma tecnología no pueda aplicarse a pequeña escala.

Linterna que funciona con energía eólica

En este caso la escala es tan pequeña como un mini-rotor que más bien parece un pequeño ventilador. Puedes accionar sus aspas soplando directamente sobre él o bien aprovechar cualquier corriente de aire que tengas cerca. El movimiento de las aspas se convierte en electricidad que sirve para alimentar una linterna. Una buena idea para esas veces que vas de acampada o incluso para llevar en el coche y no tener que preocuparte de que las pilas que tengas a mano estén gastadas.

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