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posted Aug 26, 2018, 11:33 PM by Yaseen Raouf Mohammed   [ updated Sep 4, 2018, 2:12 AM ]
HARNESSING THE WEIGHT OF VEHICLES TO GENERATE ELECTRICITY BY COMPRESSING A LIQUID USING A SPECIAL TECHNIQUE.


 Aziz M. Abdullah

 Physics Department, College of Education and Natural Sciences, Charmo University, Chamchamal/ Sulaimani-Kurdistan Region-Iraq.

 ABSTRACT
The development of all fields associated with life depends on electricity which puts a stress on resources and nature as well. Therefore the generation of electricity in another way (Ecologically friendly, Renewable) helps to limit the crisis.In this paper we attempt to convert the usually wasted energy into electricity by harnessing the weight of cars and trucks to compress a liquid inside two pumps in a particular system. Even though we can neglect the losses because wasted energy is used, it is still more profitable to reduce the factors that cause these losses. The concept of this research has a low maintenance and relatively easy construction. The construction of a field with hundreds or thousands of these ramps would allow us to generate a large amount of power from usually wasted energy.


 Keywords:
Electricity generating, Renewable Energy, waste energy, speed breaker, potentialenergy, Liquid compression.



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