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Social Entrepreneurship Final project AMERICAN UNIVERSITY IN THE EMIRATES Ahmad Maslamani 141220009 Mohammed Abdul Jaleel fowzi 151210015
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Executive summary The summary of this particular report is all about providing electrical energy using a coil that was invented but not used by any chance in any country. Basically we intent to spread the word about this coil as it can change the world and decrease the pollution and provide a healthier weather with a better environment. The inspiration behind this idea Well we were inspired by this idea from the one and only scientist Nikola Tesla, the one who discovered the electrical energy and AC. Remote vitality transmission is a procedure in which electrical vitality is transmitted from a power source, for example, a Tesla loop to an electrical load without the utilization of physical association. It can be accomplished utilizing different sorts of waves, and following comparable standards as the ones utilized as a part of the transmission of data (electromagnetic transmission). This sort of vitality transmission was utilized as a part of mid-nineteenth century with the advancement of the tesla loop and the Wardenclyffe - or Tesla-Tower, or as a few antiquarians would state, since the development of the pyramids in the old Egypt 3150 BC. The creator, mechanical and electrical architect Nikola Tesla worked with this sort of vitality transmission for the duration of his life. Thought about the father of the advanced age, he designed the radio, remote controlled gadgets, and acceptance engines, among numerous others. One of his most critical (and with most huge potential) innovation is the Tesla loop. This framework, aside from being a thunderous transformer circuit, that produces high voltage and low present and in addition high recurrence AC power, can deliver "longitudinal" or "scalar" motivations that transmit control or even data speedier than the speed of light for long separations and through any material (counting Faraday confines), with no decline on their force. Along these lines this framework is fit for transmitting electrical vitality without the utilization of wires. The curl in this framework exchanges vitality through free coupling, from a wavering resounding essential circuit to an optional circuit over various RF cycles. As the vitality is transmitted from the essential to the auxiliary the yield voltage increments until the point when all the accessible essential vitality has been totally exchanged from one circuit to the next. The description of the product is simple and complicated in the same time. But first let’s explain the product briefly and what does it consist of and what does it do. Targeted customer Basically in this idea we target Governments, Municipalities, Electrical Companies and engineers. They will be our main client in order to start up the social entrepreneurship project of a tesla coil that can change the world and the environment.
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