This post is the second part about thermoelectricity. Thomson effect is a reversible thermoelectric phenomenon and related to Seebeck and Peltier effects.
Fulfilling requests, this post’s subject is multifunction meter, an instrument that makes many electrical measurements, to help in energy management.
Three different atomic clocks made an ultraprecise comparison measure, within a quadrillionth of 1%, an advance in the new definition of a second.
In this part, are explained the methods to measure the quantity of carbon-14 in organic material, allowing to determine a fossil’s age.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) sends it’s first probe to the orbit of Mars, called Hope.
This post’s subject is the operation of pulmonary ventilator or respirator, for treating pacientes with COVID-19 or Corona virus.
European Space Agency is about to launch the telescope CHEOPS (Characterising Exoplanets Satellite) to study exoplanets.
Today are shown how Hall effect works, a magnetic sensor using this phenomena and how o use it in projects with Arduino.
Measure river’s flow is important for hydrological study about viability of hydropower plant installation. And to understand the behavior of water resource.
Quantum radar has been demonstrated in Institute of Science and Technology Austria. Uses entangled photons in microwave frequency.