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The thermic diode, a new potentially revolutionary simple electronic element, Part 2
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3/29/2016   4 comments
Once the technology is consolidated, the first companies that have taken this challenge will dictate the prizes and will address the new trends of this technology that holds promises of never before experienced thermal efficiencies.
The thermic diode, a new potentially revolutionary simple electronic element, Part 1
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3/29/2016   1 comment
The basic principle of the working of the thermic diode is to use the difference in heat between two electrodes to move the electrons in a preferred direction
The stabilization of a big tower building: The electronics applied to the simulation of atmospheric factors
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3/28/2016   2 comments
Big cities are fast growing and a large amount of persons are expected to live in big buildings; to ensure the capability of hosting a large number of persons, the buildings are developing in a vertical direction, thus big towers are the preferred solution to satisfy the requirement

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