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Video of Kolev Motors

working prototype of new diesel engine with working volume of 9 liters and effective power 198 hр at shaft rotation frequency 2300 rpm. Engine overall dimensions аге:
– length: 535 mm
– height: 530 mm
– width: 820 mm
– engine weight: 380 kg
The moror has a “travel bag” dimensions and weights 3 times less than conventional engines. Proven fuel consumption by 30% lower than similar class motor! (Fuel consumption 140 g for one horsepower. Mechanical efficiency up to 90%.)

Kolev motors are based оn large scale theoretical and experimental activities, provide well tested and proved capacity, low fuel consumption, small dimensions and reduced metal consumption, power, labor and production tools costs.

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Biomimicry: Jay Harmon Uses Nature’s Spiral To Improve Industrial Design

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“The World in 2030: How Science will Affect Computers, Medicine, Jobs, Our Lifestyles and the Wealth of our Nations”
Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Dr. Michio Kaku is a theoretical physicist and the Henry Semat Professor at the City College of New York and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, where he has taught for more than 30 years. He is a graduate of Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and earned his doctorate from the University of California at Berkeley.

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Tel-Aviv University demos quantum superconductors locked in a magnetic field ( For an explanation of the physics behind this demonstration, visit


A solar cell New MIT-developed materials make it possible to produce photovoltaic cells on paper or fabric, nearly as simply as printing a document.

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Almost as cheaply and easily as printing a photo on your inkjet, an inexpensive, simple solar cell has been created on that flimsy sheet, formed from special “inks” deposited on the paper. You can even fold it up to slip into a pocket, then unfold it and watch it generating electricity again in the sunlight.

he new technology, developed by a team of researchers at MIT, is reported in a paperin the journal Advanced Materials, published online July 8. The paper is co-authored by Karen Gleason, the Alexander and I. Michael Kasser Professor of Chemical Engineering; Professor of Electrical Engineering Vladimir Bulović; graduate student Miles Barr; and six other students and postdocs. The work was supported by the Eni-MIT Alliance Solar Frontiers Program and the National Science Foundation.

The technique represents a major departure from the systems used until now to create most solar cells, which require exposing the substrates to potentially damaging conditions, either in the form of liquids or high temperatures. The new printing process uses vapors, not liquids, and temperatures less than 120 degrees Celsius. These “gentle” conditions make it possible to use ordinary untreated paper, cloth or plastic as the substrate on which the solar cells can be printed.


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