Sample English Paper on Digital Turbulent Detector

Sample English Paper on Digital Turbulent Detector

  1.1.1Product description

This is a new product that will give the engineers chance to predict the amount of energy that can be produced by wind waves and fluids. This product is made in the TYT university laboratory of Physics and Chemistry. Nonetheless, this gadget gives the humanity the ability to detect strong waves in the environment. This knowledge in turn is applicable in the field of electricity production and warning against dangers of water waves and winds that can cause death. Moreover, the Digital Turbulent Detector (DTD) is one-of-a-kind device that has not been used yet. It is more efficient and accurate gadget than the previous developments in the area. In fact, it is simple to operate and the readings are well written in the metric scale.

1.1.2 What is Digital Turbulent Detector (DTD)?

The Digital Turbulent Detector (DTD) is a digital gadget that helps one especially in the field of environmental engineering to detect changes in waves and velocity. DTD is made of wires and electrical waves sensors (Chamorro 1459). The wires are of different thickness and wave sensors. Both the electric sensors and wires are combined in a 30cm by 15cm length and width in a semi-conductor board which is water proof. The wires are of different thickness to offer variety of energy flow resistance. The electric sensors aid in the collection of precise electrons in fluids and wind waves. In addition, it has metric recordings that show the turbulent strength. The DTD is made of a material that has capability synergistic combination (Stehling et al. 317). That is, it utilizes the measure of the electric waves of the electrons present in the wind energy, flows of complex terrain and thermal flows. The waves are then read in the meter to give precise energy that the turbulent wave can produce. The energy of the waves is converted into voltages by the electric sensors and then displayed in metric reading column.

  1.1.3 Why Propose DTD?

First, DTD is a portable digital gadget. It can be carried to any area of measurement of turbulent waves. It can be placed in the deep waters and high wind rotating velocities. In more clear way, the velocity and waves changes in different areas DTD records them at different intervals has changes occur. Besides, DTD gadget gives the precise and accurate recordings at any given time. The information from the DTD can be stored, retrieved and disseminated at any time of the day. This gives this product a nature of digital accuracy (Chamorro et al. 1459). The information can be used to calculate the expected changes in turbulent strength of different localities. Additionally, the recordings can be used in calculations of the velocity of water and wind difference.

Finally, the reason why DTD is proposed is the cost of its production. Both the operating and maintenance cost is affordable. For instance, the total cost of purchasing a new one is $500. The battery it uses is rechargeable and last for about 38 hours (Stehling at et al. 317). These features make it the most convenient gadget. Moreover,tThe product is determined to help the generations of today and more to know the areas of high turbulent waves. The governments can use the areas to erect the wind mills and electricity stations. In addition, humanity can be warned against settling in areas of hurricanes and rising of water tides, not to mention the device’s efficiency in preventing power shortages and premature deaths. In conclusion, a DTD not only serves to the benefit of the people working in specific areas, but also to the benefit of a broader community due to its portability and state-of-the-art mechanism of action.

 

 

Works Cited

Chamorro, Leonardo P., et al. “Three-dimensional Flow Visualization in the Wake of a Miniature Axial-flow Hydrokinetic Turbine.” Experiments in Fluids, vol. 54, no.2, 2013, p.1459.

Stehling, Michael K., et al. “Synergistic Combination of Electrolysis and Electroporation for Tissue Ablation.” PloS one, vol. 11, no.2, 2016.