The Van de Graaff generator was invented in 1929, by the American engineer Robert Jemison Van de Graaff and can produce millions of volts.
In addition to the turbofan, exist other jet engines. In this post it’s shown the operation and applications on aviation of turbojet, turboprop, and turboshaft.
This post’s subject is the turbofan jet engine. It’s used in every commercial airplane due to high thrust and for being the most efficient and silent type.
This post is the second part about thermoelectricity. Thomson effect is a reversible thermoelectric phenomenon and related to Seebeck and Peltier effects.
Imagine recharge electronic devices without plugging in. The technology to transmit wireless electrical power already exists and it’s this post’s subject.
Fulfilling requests, this post’s subject is multifunction meter, an instrument that makes many electrical measurements, to help in energy management.
In high altitudes, the wind speed is higher. Generator kites prototypes have been built for using the energy of high winds.
The maglev is a type of train that uses electromagnetism to levitate above rails, eliminating friction. But how does it work? Let’s find out in this post.
The Fresnel linear concentrator is a little known form of thermal solar energy generation. The operation of this technology is today’s subject.
Why is the production, transmission, and distribution of electrical energy system three-phase, instead of single-phase? Let’s find out in this post.