Created over a century ago, diesel engines have gained wide popularity due to their reliability and great power. However, the internal combustion engines used in these installations have also earned a reputation for being the most harmful to the environment. But is it? In fact, many of the prejudices and myths that exist in society are just relics of the past. Diesel generators of the latest generations differ significantly from their predecessors and do not have such a negative impact on the environment.
Like many other technologies, diesel engines were created long before caring for the environment became a hotly debated social issue. By comparison, the first diesel engine was built in Germany about 80 years before the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was created in 1970.
Due to the nature of the combustion process, diesel engine emissions have always been associated primarily with nitrogen oxide (NOx) and particulate matter (PM). Carbon is a much less serious problem: by comparison, diesel engines produce only 1/28 of the CO2 that their gasoline counterparts release into the air at full load.
Particulate matter is basically soot that results from incomplete combustion of fuel, which can happen if the engine is not getting enough oxygen. PM is considered to be a major pollutant affecting air quality and health, as well as climate. Likewise, NOx damages vegetation and the ozone layer, and can also contribute to respiratory and other diseases.
As the saying goes, necessity is the mother of ingenuity. As virtually all countries have tightened their regulations in recent years, generator manufacturers have begun to improve their equipment by offering increasingly greener solutions. Here are just a few of them:
In addition, the new state-of-the-art generators run on Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD). Its sulfur content is 97% less than that of a standard diesel fuel. EPA estimates that NOx emissions will be reduced by 2.6 million tonnes and particulate matter emissions by 110,000 tonnes per year thanks to the use of ULSD in all diesel engines.
Many mothers believe that a young lady should be taught to take care of herself from an early age. And if a girl learns to do a beautiful manicure and take care of her hands, then this habit will remain with her for life.
The best age for teaching a child to care for nails is 10-12 years.
But this does not mean that at an early age, baby pens should be ignored.
You can do a manicure for a baby even at the age of 5, but this process must be approached with the utmost care. After all, marigolds and skin at this age are very delicate.
Unusual multicolored jacket
Children's manicure has its advantages
Colorful manicure puzzle for children
Aluminum d16-t. 18000 rpm Working feed 3500 mm / min. The strategy is centerline engraving. Radial cutter, double-start r1 mm. A friend came - a fan of cosmosim on a PC, made a gift for him.
Arduino plotter is probably one of the simplest CNC machines. And it will not be difficult to assemble it. Let's see how you can assemble this machine at home at minimal cost. As the author writes, the cost of such a plotter does not exceed 2500 rubles.
The base of the machine is assembled literally from plywood and pencils. Draws a pen, also assembled from various stationery. Everything is ingenious and simple!
The wiring diagram is very simple, and according to the author, it is connected with all standard wires that come with the electronics.
The author tells in detail how to set up the firmware to work with the machine, what needs to be set up so that the CNC plotter draws correctly and beautifully.
I also recommend watching a video on creating images for a CNC plotter from a raster image.
For a step-by-step instruction on how to create a G-Code for a machine with simple and free programs, see this article: DIY Arduino CNC Plotter.
Hello everyone. Everyone has long wanted to know how such beautiful dishes are made and how they are called.
They are called menageries. Can be used to serve all kinds of snacks, fruits, nuts and more. There are a huge number of shapes and sizes of the dish itself, as well as the sizes and locations of the grooves, here everything is for everyone. so let's move on to technology: we decide on the size and shape of the future dish, then glue the shield with a margin, for a diameter of 400 mm I took blanks with a thickness of 32 mm.
I try to select blanks of approximately the same shade, by the way, the menu will be made of oak. After I have collected the required number of lamellas for the shield, I glue them with the help of clamps, I use kleberite for gluing, dries quickly and holds very tightly. After gluing, I sharpen the shield on the machine to get flat parallel surfaces. I clamp the workpiece on a cnc milling machine, draw up a control program, and then it's up to the machine.