Archive for April 15, 2012

YAMAHA YZF-R6 2012 MOTOGP TECHNOLOGY

YAMAHA YZF-R6

YAMAHA YZF-R6

New Yamaha YZF-R6 is a motorcycle racing in truth, by applying the technology elite MotoGP class is definitely going to make it super bike .. Superbike with innovation and technology adapted from the MotoGP and the latest technology called Yamaha Chip Control Throttle, with gasoline consumption reached 17kpl/48mpg. With a 599cc engine, 4 cylinders, 16 valves of titanium and liquid cooling, Bore x stroke 62 x 42.5 his and a double injector plus enough to make this bike a dream.
Motor with a 599cc, DOHC, 16-valve, liquid-cooled, inline 4-cylinder engine has a power 123.8PS at 14.500 rpm with a redline at 16,000 rpm. Secondary injector will operate through 12 holes at 6000 rpm up to 7000 up to top speed, and that is no less interesting feature is Yamaha Chip Control Throttle (YCC-T), this feature is collaborating with Position Throttle sensor (TPS) and electronic throttle control for response and control at high RPM even only need 0.3 seconds to control the system from high to low RPM and vice versa.

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Evolution of Wind Turbine Technology

Wind Turbin

Wind Turbin

Wind turbines are the main elements of a wind farm (wind farm) and used to produce wind energy. Since the beginning of widespread use of commercial wind turbines in 1980, there has been a tremendous increase in terms of characteristics, efficiency, capacity and design them.

In the past two decades, wind turbines have increased in size by a factor of more than 100 times (from 25kW to 2500kW and so on), energy costs have been reduced by a factor of more than 5 times the rotor diameter wind turbines and increased by a factor of 8 times. The biggest wind turbines in operation currently has a rotor diameter of 126m and capacity of 7.58 MW (Enercon E126).

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