This idea is by Devang Agrawal.
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This is an astounding idea.
The calculations are impressive, and really intriguing.
I must say that this is one source which has indeed amplified my personal interest and attention towards the development of thermocouples.
yeah. totally agree.:)
Thanks a lot Utkarsh
its a amazing idea.,
the thermocouples gives a low output,
its better to use thermal power stations,
it gives more output compaired to thermocouples.
Thermocouples provide a relatively lower output than Thermal power stations but that can be handled by increasing the number of modules, but I think what you meant was the efficiency, the efficiency of Thermocouples is low, but considering that our power source is unlimited that wont be much of a problem.
We are using thermocouples here because only they have the required qualities such as low maintenance and light weight which are important for their use in such an environment.
Thank you for going through my idea and giving your comments, like always I am open to criticism
large amount of hard work really impressed !!!!!!!
that’s pretty impressive site
this is an astonishing idea . i totally agree with it
Is it possible that time can be negative? For exp. If 5 man does a work in 2 days then 10 man can do in 1 day and 20 man does in 1/2 day,then what is time interval if 30-40 man or more do this job. Explan please
Y cant you try this.creating electricity through weight.this is an simple idea.my idea is to generate 5% of electricity which is in need to home, temples, parks, museums etc. Just think of a board like structure which generates electricity when weight weighs on it . Think of placing this board like structure in vast no where people visit popularly . When people start walking on this board weight weighs on the board and electricity generates. This could even help people save there money . And an advantage to our country
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