samedi 12 octobre 2013

My Compressed Air Caddy for Golf players

My Compressed Air Caddy for Golf players ... Now!


Let's figure out that you get amazing low cost for your clean energy.
Think Air first!
And forget these so-called Lithium batteries of course:
expensive, Lithium production mines not environment-friendly (see Bolivia and China),
unfortunately not prepared to be low-cost recycled.

These Lithium batteries fit your mobile phone, that's OK, ...
... but not your next clean-energy car.
That's why one may prefer compressed air energy.




How is air compressed?


Vertical axis wind turbine
and Compressed air tanks

This concept still exists and was produced years ago in Europe.
You store your compressed air in secured tanks ( Carbon fiber tightened ) and ...



... At the same time, compressed air car developers got European homologation for their sparkling clean AirPod
( 1 euro means about 100 performed km! ).

The result extended to a funny Compressed Air Caddy for Golf players
by MDI™ developers in Luxembourg :



And now, if your neighbour citizens think that
your County public transport may be an end user's free enjoyment,
than, just figure out that is the next step.




Interested in getting in contact with our investors?
For more, kindly contact them thanks to Team "Air Pur Des Vosges":




Ireland,
as a pioneer place for air powered public transport





Arriving at Dún Laoghaire, South-East of Dublin, Ireland,
The Illustrated London News, 6th January, 1844

Speed could be recorded up to 135 km / hr, in some rare configuration




In the near future,
compressed air public transport:






Sources:
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-_jzxWo64u5c/TdYms-PkycI/AAAAAAAABCk/rUB0j-743kM/s640/DSC02456b.JPG

http://airpurdesvosges-leblog.blogspot.fr/2011/05/70-000-besucher-bei-luxexpo.html

During the 1840s, as the French national railway network, centred on Paris, gradually took form, steam locomotion, for reasons of economy and security, still inspired much hesitation and criticism.
This article gives an account of an alternative form of propulsion by air pressure which, in France, in Ireland, England and elsewhere, provoked considerable enthusiasm, not only amongst eminent engineers, but also in scientific and administrative circles, the press and the public.

It gives a brief account of the four lines exploited commercially, concentrating, in the second part of the text, on the French one, the extension of the Paris - Saint-Germain railway, which was operated atmospherically from 1847 to 1860.
It tries to suggest something of the high hopes and the debates which accompanied the new system before it turned out to be a technological dead-end. Along the way, it also looks at how technical information circulated at the time, essentially back and forth across the Channel, making the experimental lines possible, and then putting an end to them.

http://insitu.revues.org/4192#abstract-4192-en


"Les chemins de fer atmosphériques. Première partie"
Paul Smith
http://insitu.revues.org/4192

http://insitu.revues.org/docannexe/image/4192/img-20.jpg