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Big Hopes for Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology Nanoscience is the study of molecules and molecular structures, called nanostructures, having one or more dimensions less than about 100 nanometers. One nanometer is one-billionth of a meter: 1 nm = 10-9 m. To grasp this level of smallness, a stack of...

Drafting – A Strategy to Reduce Drag in Racing Cars

Drafting Drafting occurs when two or more moving vehicles or individuals align closely to reduce the overall effect of drag. Drafting is seen in competitive events such as auto racing, bicycle racing, speed-skating, and running. Studies show that air flow over a...

What is meant by Calorie value of the food sample?

The energy required by animals to sustain life is derived from oxidation of ingested food. We often speak of food being burned in the body. This is an appropriate expression because experiments show that when food is burned with oxygen, approximately the same energy...

Application Areas of Thermal‑Fluid Sciences

All activities in nature involve some interaction between energy and matter; thus it is hard to imagine an area that does not relate to thermal‑fluid sciences in some manner. Therefore, developing a good understanding of basic principles of thermal‑fluid sciences has...

Working Principle of an Electric Car

How does an Electric car work - No Carbon dioxide emission From outside most electric cars look exactly like fossil fuel-powered cars. An electric car lacks a tailpipe and gas tank, but the overall structure is basically the same. Under the bonnet, instead of a huge...

Tesla Semi – detailed information about Tesla vehicles and technology

Semi The Tesla Semi will deliver a far better experience for truck drivers, while increasing safety and significantly reducing the cost of cargo transport. Unrivaled Performance Without a trailer, the Tesla Semi achieves 0-60 mph in five seconds, compared to 15...

Common Mechanical Engineering Terms

Ball and Detent A simple mechanical arrangement used to hold a moving part in a temporarily fixed position relative to another part. The ball slides within a bored cylinder, against the pressure of a spring, which pushes the ball against the detent, a hole of smaller...

How to select right Turbocharger Size for your car

Turbocharger Size Turbo selection isn't what it used to be. Once upon a time, self-proclaimed engineers were content to build an engine that produced massive power at high rpm, but drove like a dog at anything but. However, once hot-rodders figured out that anybody...

Differences Between Rotary & Reciprocating Compressors

Rotary and reciprocating compressors are both components of gas transfer systems. They both have the same purpose--to bring a gas into the system, inhale exhaust, then repeat the process. They both do this by changing the pressure at certain points in order to force...

Some Everyday Examples of the First & Second Laws of Thermodynamics

The laws of thermodynamics dictate energy behavior, for example, how and why heat, which is a form of energy, transfers between different objects. The first law of thermodynamics is the law of conservation of energy and matter. In essence, energy can neither be...

Basic terms for Mechanical Engineering

Basic terms for Mechanical Engineering List of basic terms for Mechanical Engineering 1. Torque or Turning Force 2. Couple 3. Moment 4. Stress 5. Strain 6. Spring 7. Specific Weight 8. Specific Volume 9. Specific Gravity 10. Specific Heat 11. Viscosity 12. Buoyancy...

Introduction to Robotics

Introduction to Robotics Robotics is a relatively young field of modern technology that crosses traditional engineering boundaries. Understanding the complexity of robots and their applications requires knowledge of electrical engineering, mechanical engineering,...

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