A pan perspective on climate catastrophe and the RVCR deep tech innovation- ( a new solution for devising effective climate recovery response).
Where are we today in terms of solving the imminent climate catastrophe form Global warming. Despite technology leaders world-wide being relentlessly on it for decades now, we are no where near to having a solution. We know it poses a challenge of global proportions, and needs a comprehensive solution beyond those available today. When can we have that?
Well that’s what the RVCR – Deep tech is all about . A concrete solution to fix global warming and to reverse its effect. We invite you to explore our RVCR technology and get hold of its deep impact, both techno commercially and environmentally.
We know global warming directly and indirectly depends on fossil fuel usage. Especially for power and transport. It’s the emission from burning fuel and/or fuel vapor entering the atmosphere. Hence the solution seems to be pretty direct. Avoid fossil fuel usage by shifting to alterative green fuel and renewable energy sources. The question is, do we have enough alternative sources energy source of energy. Well Yes, we do. We have it in abundance. Wind, Hydro, alternative fuel-green, Green Hydrogen, blue hydrogen, solar PV and Thermal. Is there a demand for cleaner transport and energy? Yes, there is. Now when both supply and demand exist, then where is the problem. Why then are we still hooked on to fossil fuel? The solution to global warming lay in the answer to this question.
Analyzing the problem statement
The problem in both energy and transport sector in not lack of supply nor the demand. The the problem lays in the means to connect the supply to demand. Getting a grasp on this connection, is the key to cracking the code.
We have a way, but well, it’s easier said than done. The means to connect the demand and supply lay in the machines to convert energy into drive for transport and power generation. To know how RVCR does that we need to start with the history of machines.
We see the beginning of modern transport with invention of the steam engines by James watt, in around 1850’s. Prior to that transport was powered by muscle power of horses and Oxen. Similarly, initiation of electric power is related to discoveries by various physicist between 1820 and 1873 (especially to Michael Faraday), and the invention of DC motors.
The steam engine converted energy form coal into turning of wheels of locomotive to cater to transport demand. Similarly, early electric motors were the means to convert the supply of electric energy to cater demands to drive electric locomotive etc. Steam engines were replaced by diesel and petrol ones. Incremental refinement in metallurgy, more efficient joints using advanced bearings and enhanced fuel quality further improved the efficiency. This meant the machines could output more work with lesser fuel. 1930s was the birth of turbojet engines (we see these as cylindrically shaped bodies hanging from airplane wings) invented by Frank whittle revolutionized aviation. We also saw the invention AC motors, advancement in power electronics, axial, and radial motors etc. The industrial revolution and through the mid-20th century saw hydropower and electric power generation using turbines. we see refinement in wind turbines which are modern versions of windmills of the past.
The stand still
The problem lay in the limitations of these machines and there are many. A few main ones are listed below.
- They emit GHG that causes global warming and eventually led to climate deterioration.
- They have been refined over a century now to enhance their efficiencies. Every aspect of engineering of these machines (including kinetics, geometry, material, fuel quality, electronics control and modern computerized power management) has be worked over decades now.
- They are all saturating at theoretical peak efficiency limits. Yet they are unable to effectively connect the abundant clean energy sources to green transport and power demand.
- Continual refinement of these machine has made each and every constituent system an highly over specialized domain of engineering.
- Considering that machines involve heavy Industrial processes and technological base, it makes any change implementation highly cost and time intensive.
- Even marginal improvements of conventional machines are obscenely expensive with no meaningful movement towards a greener industry ecosystem.
- Further incremental innovations will only increase the overall carbon footprint, and unviable for obscenely high budget needs.
- All new technologies worked today are the super refined version of century old inventions and there is nothing much it can offer, that it already hasn’t.
The above point summate the high-level understanding to provide a clear perspective on viability of new technologies and innovations in securing a cooler planet.
The RVCR solution – RVCR is new concept in mechanism of energy conversion. Its an quantum leap in the way energy is converted form source to power. RVCR is not about an engine or turbine- rather a seed science – a concept that breeds new generation of machines with never before features and possibilities.
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