The inefficient state government-owned power plants, under-investment in transmission, under-priced electricity, high losses of distribution utilities, groundwater depletion from cheap electricity are the key challenges to India’s power generation sector. However, this problem can be solved by making use of gravity from the vehicles that can be used to generate electricity. The idea of using … Continue reading “Using Free Gravity From Moving Vehicles To Generate Electricity…Let’s Find Out How!”
As the world generates more and more electricity from intermittent renewable energy sources, there is a growing need for technologies that can capture and store energy during periods of low demand and release it rapidly when required. Gravity is a powerful, natural force that, like many other forces, humans have begun harvesting to make electricity. … Continue reading “Whoa! Energy From Gravity?! Check This Out!”
This fact has recently been stressed by Lawrence Tseung who refers to the extra energy obtained in this way as being “Lead-out” energy. This gravitational feature has been part of university Engineering courses for decades, where it has been taught that the loading stress on a bridge caused by a load rolling across the bridge … Continue reading “A New Invention Through Gravity Which Is Simple and Low Cost! Have A Look!”
With the increasing power cuts and electricity problems, this low cost and free energy model through the weight and gravity is very captivating and enthralling. Go have a look at it yourself!
Some physicists had predicted that empty spaces might look and feel hot to a person travelling at rising speed. A new test has been performed which shows that the above notion is right.
In 1967, John Wheeler coined the term ‘black hole’. Black holes are the residue that is left when hyper or giant stars die. Once the stars end their life cycle and burn out the entire fuel needed for sustaining its shape and operation, the stars implode into the center and pull out abundant mass into a single point in space.
Geophysics is a branch of science in which we study about Earth in terms of its physical properties.
Have you ever thought what causes the temperature change? What does air pressure mean or why it happens? Why do two gases diffuse very fast into each other? It’s because of the kinetic energy of the molecules present in gases.
The solar system comprises of a star and all the objects that travel around it- moons, planets, comets, asteroids, meteoroids etc. Solar systems can have more than one star called as binary star systems; with more than two stars they are known as multi-star systems.
We all are aware that gravity attracts the object towards Earth. If we throw the ball upwards, eventually it returns back to Earth. But we all know that artificial satellites are sent from the surface of earth towards the space. Are they not pushed by gravity towards the Earth? How do they reach the space? Here is where escape velocity comes in.
The three laws of motion came from a physicist and scientist from United Kingdom named Isaac Newton. The unit of measurement of force is coined Newton, after his name. He was the one who came up with the three laws of motion, which are now known as Newton’s Laws of Motion.