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: See also List of electronics topics''

: Note: that the "PowerPedia:" prefix is to distinguish these listings from the Departments at PESWiki. Items are alphabetically listed.

Technologies

Technology is the application of science in business or public sector, especially to achieve objectives. Scientific methods and materials are used to accomplish a industrial or entrepreneurial objective via technology. Technology is entertwined with science and engineering. Modern technology encompasses electronic and digital products or systems. Technology more generally is the pool of knowledge available to thecivilization in general that is of use in fashioning implements, practicing the various arts and skills, and extracting or collecting matter from which things are made (dealing with the use and knowledge of humanity's tools and crafts).

Technology is a word with origins in the Greek word technologia (??????????), techne (?????) "craft" and logia (?????) "saying." Technology can encompass the knowledge and action a society and is usually of industrial processes (but applicable to any recurrent activity). Modern technology utilizes the use of computers. The application od a systematic technique, method or approach to solve a problem can compose a facet of technology.

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PowerPedia:Anti-gravity, if attained, would allow means of countering or otherwise modifying the effects of gravity, typically in the context of spacecraft propulsion.

PowerPedia:Atomic battery are used to describe a device which uses the charged particle emissions from a radioactive isotope to directly generate electricity.

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PowerPedia:Ball Lightning is a natural phenomenon that has also been produced and controlled in the laboratory.

PowerPedia:Beta voltaic contain a process which purports to produce or extract electricity from radioactive decay.

PowerPedia:Biefeld Brown effect is an effect that was discovered by Directory:Thomas Townsend Brown (USA) and Dr. Paul Alfred Biefeld (Switzerland).

PowerPedia:Biomass is living and recently living biological material which can be used as fuel or for industrial production.

PowerPedia:Boundary layer effect is produced by a layer of fluid in the immediate vicinity of a bounding surface.

PowerPedia:Browns gas is a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen not only in diatomic configurations. Such configurations may be varying isomers and allotropes, which potentially includes quantities of monatomic constituents.

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PowerPedia:Capacitors are devices that stores energy in the electric field created between a pair of conductors on which electric charges of equal magnitude, but opposite sign, have been placed.

PowerPedia:Carburetors are devices that mixes air and fuel for an internal combustion engine.

PowerPedia:Carnot heat engine is an engine that operates on the reversible Carnot cycle.

PowerPedia:Cavernous Structure Effect (CSE) is an alleged antigravity effect found in the chitin of certain insects and in other natural objects, discovered by Viktor Grebennikov.

PowerPedia:Centripetal force is the force needed to move an object in a circle at constant speed.

PowerPedia:Centrifugal force refers to two different forces which are related to rotation.

PowerPedia:Cold fusion is a name for any nuclear fusion reaction which occurs significantly below the temperature required for standard thermonuclear reactions

PowerPedia:Conductors are materials that contain movable charges of electricity.

PowerPedia:Cooling electromagnetic generators - this effect observed in experiments.

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PowerPedia:Diesel engine is a type of internal combustion engine more specifically, it is a compression ignition engine, in which the fuel is ignited by being suddenly exposed to the high temperature and pressure of a compressed gas, rather than by a separate source of ignition, such as a spark plug, as is the case in the gasoline engine.

PowerPedia:Distributed Generation, also called Onsite Generation, is a new trend in the generation of heat and electrical power.

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PowerPedia:Earth battery can be almost any liquid or moist object that has enough ions to be electrically conductive can serve as the electrolyte for a cell but they are of no real practical use, because they produce far less current—and cost far more per unit of energy generated—than commercial cells.

PowerPedia:Electric battery is a device that stores energy and makes it available in an electrical form. Usually, batteries consist of electrochemical devices such as one or more galvanic cells, fuel cells or flow cells.

PowerPedia:Electric charge is determines their electromagnetic interactions.

PowerPedia:Electric current is by definition the flow of electric charge,

PowerPedia:Electric field are the properties of space that surround an electric charge.

PowerPedia:Electric motor converts electrical energy into kinetic energy.

PowerPedia:Electric power is defined as the amount of work done by an electric current in a unit time

PowerPedia:Electric vehicle, or EV, is a vehicle with one or more electric motors for propulsion.

PowerPedia:Electrical energy refers to several closely related things. It can include the energy stored in an electric field, the potential energy of a charged particle in an electric field, and the energy used by electricity.

PowerPedia:Electrolytic describes a substance containing free ions which behaves as an electrically conductive medium.

PowerPedia:Electromagnetic field is a physical influence (a field) that permeates through all of space, and which arises from electrically charged objects.

PowerPedia:Electromagnetic wave is generally described as a self-propagating wave in space with electric and magnetic components.

PowerPedia:Electromagnetism is the physics of the electromagnetic field a field encompassing all of space which exerts a force on particles that possess the property of electric charge, and is in turn affected by the presence and motion of those particles.

PowerPedia:Electric power is defined as the amount of work done by an electric current in a unit time.

PowerPedia:Electricity is a general term for the variety of phenomena resulting from the presence and flow of electric charge.

Electrostatics is the branch of physics that deals with the forces exerted by a static (i.e. unchanging) electric field upon charged objects.

PowerPedia:Energy, "the potential for causing changes", is a concept used to understand and describe processes.

PowerPedia:Energy-dependent Electromagnetic Wave, electromagnetic waves can be divided into three types depending on the nature of the energetic processes that occur in them.

PowerPedia:Energy processes in free-full electromagnetic generators is the theory of functioning for various magnetic fuel free energy generators.

PowerPedia:Energy storage is the storing of some form of energy that can be drawn upon at a later time to perform some useful operation.

PowerPedia:Engine are yhings that produces an effect from a given input.

PowerPedia:External combustion engine is a heat engine which burns fuel to heat a separate working fluid which then in turn performs work. Examples include steam engines and Stirling engines.

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PowerPedia:Flywheels are mechanical batteries (a mechanical means of storing energy - simply a mass rotating about an axis).

PowerPedia:Force is that which changes or tends to change the state of rest or motion of a body.

PowerPedia:Fossil fuel are hydrocarbons formed from the remains of dead plants and animals.

PowerPedia:Free energy is energy that is obtained from a source that is available free of charge and is non-depleting.

PowerPedia:Fuel cell is an electrochemical energy conversion device. Fuel cells differ from batteries in that they are designed for continuous replenishment of the reactants consumed they produce electricity from an external supply of fuel and oxygen as opposed to the limited internal energy storage capacity of a battery.

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PowerPedia:Gas mileage is the ratio of the number of miles traveled to the number of gallons of gasoline burned. It is related to fuel efficiency and means the same as thermal efficiency or fuel economy.

PowerPedia:Gas turbine, also called a combustion turbine, is a rotary engine that extracts energy from a flow of combustion gas.

PowerPedia:Generator is a machine that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy.

PowerPedia:Gravity is the tendency of objects with mass to accelerate toward each other.

PowerPedia:Gravity motor is a motor alleged to be able to harness the power of gravity. (See GTFE)

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PowerPedia:Heat engine performs the conversion of heat energy to mechanical work by exploiting the temperature gradient between a hot "source" and a cold "sink".

PowerPedia:Hutchison Effect is a name given to a collection of phenomena that John Hutchison claims to have discovered in the 1980s.

PowerPedia:Hybrid car is a gas-electric hybrid powered vehicle uses a mixture of technologies.

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PowerPedia:Hybrid Adapter - A hybrid adapter, or HYBRAD, is a device which turns any passenger class vehicle into a multi-fuel / hybrid vehicle.

PowerPedia:Hydrocarbon are any chemical compound that consists only of the elements carbon (C) and hydrogen (H).

PowerPedia:Hydroelectric is electricity obtained from hydropower. Hydropower (or waterpower) harnesses the energy of moving or falling water.

PowerPedia:Hydrogen is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol H and atomic number 1.

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PowerPedia:Induction motor covers the practical alternating current electro-magnetic motor (which Nikola Tesla would attain U.S. Patent 0416194 Electric Motor (December 1889)).

PowerPedia:Internal combustion engine is a heat engine in which the burning of a fuel occurs in a confined space called a combustion chamber.

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PowerPedia:Jet Engine is an engine that discharges a fast moving jet of fluid to generate thrust in accordance with Newton's third law of motion.

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PowerPedia:Kinetic Energy is energy that a body possesses as a result of its motion. It is formally defined as the work needed to accelerate a body from rest to its current velocity.

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PowerPedia:Lifter : GreaterThings) is an electrokinetic, or electrohydrodynamic device. The term "Lifter" dates back to the 1960s, an era in which EHD experiments were at their peak. Also known as a ionocraft or ion propelled aircraft is an electrohydrodynamic device that produces thrust in air using electrical energy without moving parts.

PowerPedia:Longitudinal Wave in the Body of Permanent Magnet - here recovery of the magnetic energy of permanent magnet in a magnetic motor is described.

Lorentz force is the force exerted on a charged particle in an electromagnetic field.

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PowerPedia:Magnetic field is that part of the electromagnetic field that exists when there is a changing or constant electric field.

PowerPedia:Magnetic motor is a device which converts power of or relating to or caused by magnetism (e.g., "magnetic forces") into mechanical force and motion.

PowerPedia:Magnetic walls is a standing wave of magnetic flux.

PowerPedia:Magnetism is one of the phenomena by which materials exert an attractive or repulsive force on other materials.

PowerPedia:Marcus Device is a claimed anti-gravity device. Marcus Hollingshead is said to have invented a rotating magnetic field device.

PowerPedia:Maxwell Equations with Magnetic Charges used to describe the generators with permanent magnets

PowerPedia:Mechanical work is a force applied through a distance, defined mathmatically as the line integral of a scalar product of force and displacement vectors.

PowerPedia:Methane is a gas (at standard temperature and pressure, STP) with a chemical formula of CH4.

PowerPedia:Mono atomic means "single atom". In physics and chemistryit is stated as "monatomic" is a combination of the words "mono" and "atomic," and ."

PowerPedia:Motionless Electromagnetic Generator is an electromagnetic generator without moving parts which includes a permanent magnet and a magnetic core including first and second magnetic paths.

PowerPedia:Multiple Wave Oscillator was developed by George Lakhovsky and used for his studies.

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PowerPedia:Natural gas, commonly referred to as gas, is a gaseous fossil fuel consisting primarily of methane.

PowerPedia:Neutrino is an elementary particle. It has half-integer spin and is therefore a fermion.

PowerPedia:Neutrino Energy is the capacity of a physical system to do work via the utilization of the electrically neutral particle of negligible mass, refered to as neutrinos.

PowerPedia:Neutralization of radioactive waste s waste type containing radioactive chemical elements that does not have a practical purpose. It is sometimes the product of a nuclear process, such as nuclear fission.

PowerPedia:Nuclear fission - also known as atomic fission - is a process in nuclear physics in which the nucleus of an atom splits into two or more smaller nuclei as fission products, and usually some by-product particles.

PowerPedia:Nuclear power is the controlled use of nuclear reactions to release energy for work including propulsion, heat, and the generation of electricity.

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PowerPedia:Ocean Wave Energy is power thyat can be harnassed and used to provide grid power on-shore.

PowerPedia:Over Unity typically refers to systems in which more energy comes out than was apparently put in. That is most likely a function of a new, unseen input source not yet recognized or measured.

PowerPedia:Oxy Hydrogen is composed of a hydrogen and oxygen gas mixture, prepared by electrolysis of water. Brown's Gas is also known as Hydroxy, Green Gas, Di-hydroxy, Rhode's gas, and Watergas.

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PowerPedia:Parallel Path Magnet Technology is based upon the confinement, manipulation, and direction of flux fields within a core.

PowerPedia:Perpetual motion refers to a condition in which a mechanism provides usable work or energy without the expenditure of any limited internal or external source of energy (known as free energy).

PowerPedia:Petroleum or crude oil is a black, dark brown or greenish liquid found in porous rock formations in the earth

PowerPedia:Physics, the most fundamental physical science, is concerned with the underlying principles of the natural world.

PowerPedia:Plasma, in the contex of energy, refer to an ionized gas. It is used in a variety of applications (such as plasma displays, a flat-panel electronic visual display technology).

PowerPedia:Pollution is the release of chemical, physical, biological or radioactive contaminants to the environment.

PowerPedia:Potential energy is energy that is "captured" in an object, with the potential to be released. There are various different types of potential energy.

PowerPedia:Power plant is a facility for the generation of electric power.

PowerPedia:Pulsed Electromagnetic Healing (see also em-probe.com) energy effortlessly passes through skin into the deepest parts of our body as evidenced by lack of heat in the skin where you apply the treatment.

PowerPedia:Pulsed Plasma are a method of spacecraft propulsion which use an arc of electric current adjacent to a solid propellant (almost always teflon), to produce a quick and repeatable burst of impulse.

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Quantum mechanics is a first quantized quantum theory that supersedes classical mechanics at the atomic and subatomic levels.

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PowerPedia:Radiant Energy is the energy of electromagnetic waves. Radiant energy exists in a range of wavelengths that extends from Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) to gamma rays.

PowerPedia:Renewable energy or RES capture their energy from existing flows of energy, from on-going natural processes, such as sunshine, wind, wave power , flowing water (hydropower), biological processes such as anaerobic digestion, and geothermal heat flow.

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PowerPedia:Scalar field theorys (and PowerPedia:Scalar field theory) are hypothetical waves, which differ from the conventional electromagnetic transverse waves by one oscillation level parallel to the direction of propagation they thus have characteristics of longitudinal waves.

PowerPedia:Shape power deal with the nature of energy and how it is associated to the gravity, electricity and magnetism. It was developed by Dan Davidson.

PowerPedia:Solar Energy covers the various solar innovations that increase collection efficiency and reduce costs. The term solar power is used to describe a number of methods of harnessing energy from the light of the Sun.

PowerPedia:Solid State Generator is a generator that uses a gain medium but has no moving parts. Semiconductor-based generators, among other classes, are in the solid state.

PowerPedia:Spacecraft propulsion is used to change the velocity of spacecraft and artificial satellites, or in short, to provide delta-v. There are many different methods.

PowerPedia:Steam engine is an external combustion heat engine that makes use of the thermal energy that exists in steam, converting it to mechanical work.

PowerPedia:Stirling Engine was invented in 1816 by the Rev. Robert Stirling who sought to create a safer alternative to the steam engines of the time, whose boilers often exploded due to the high pressure of the steam and the primitive materials of the time.

PowerPedia:Sustainability is a systemic concept, relating to the continuity of economic, social, institutional and environmental aspects of human society, as well as the non-human environment.

PowerPedia:Sympathetic Vibratory Physics is based on the hypothesis that sympathetic vibration in its simplicity is in activity as a usable force. The radial activity of the latent forces given in the sympathetic, or synthetic, or syncothetic conditions brings a relations which makes same into a usable force.

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PowerPedia:Turbine is a rotary engine that extracts energy from a fluid flow. Claude Burdin coined the term from the Latin turbinis, or vortex, during an 1828 engineering competition.

PowerPedia:Tesla coil is generally known as a category of disruptive discharge coils, named after their inventor, Nikola Tesla.

PowerPedia:Tesla Turbine is a bladeless turbine design patented by Nikola Tesla in 1913. It is referred to as a bladeless turbine because it uses the boundary layer effect and not a fluid impinging upon the blades as in a conventional turbine.

PowerPedia:Testatika is an electromagnetic generator based on the 1989 Pidgeon electrostatic machine which includes an inductance circuit, a capacitance circuit, and a thermionic rectification valve.

PowerPedia:Thermal energy is the internal energy of a thermodynamic system at equilibrium.

PowerPedia:Thermal equilibrium is thermal equilibrium, mechanical equilibrium, and chemical equilibrium.

PowerPedia:Thermodynamics is a branch of physics that studies the effects of changes in temperature, pressure, and volume on physical systems at the macroscopic scale by analyzing the collective motion of their particles using statistics.

PowerPedia:Tidal Energy (see also GTFE) is a means of electricity generation achieved by capturing the energy contained in moving water mass due to tides.

PowerPedia:Transformer is an electrical device that transfers energy from one circuit to another by magnetic coupling with no moving parts

PowerPedia:Transmutation is the conversion of one object into another. It is most commonly used in reference to extremely basic objects, for example turning lead to gold or gold to pure energy, but can be used to refer to more complex objects as well, as in transmogrification.

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PowerPedia:Velocity is simply its speed in a particular direction. Since velocity is defined as a vector, both speed and direction are required to define it.

PowerPedia:Volts and PowerPedia:Voltage is the difference of electrical potential between two points of an electrical network, expressed in volts. It is a measure of the capacity of an electric field to cause an electric current in an electrical conductor.

PowerPedia:Vortex is a often turbulent, flow (or any spiral whirling motion) with closed streamlines. The shape of media or mass rotating rapidly around a center forms a vortex.

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PowerPedia:Wardenclyffe Tower, also known as the Tesla Tower, was an early wireless aerial tower intended to demonstrate the ability to send and receive information and power without interconnecting wires. The core facility was never fully operational and was not completed due to economic problems.

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PowerPedia:Wireless transmission of electricity - Encyclopedic entry about wireless energy transfer -- the process that takes place in any system where electromagnetic energy is transmitted from a power source to an electrical load, without interconnecting wires.

PowerPedia:Waste to Energy, in its strictest sense, refers to any waste treatment that creates energy in the form of electricity or heat from a waste source that would have been disposed of in landfill, also called energy recovery.

PowerPedia:Water is used in the water fuel cell.

PowerPedia:Water (Rhodes) is composed of a hydrogen and oxygen gas mixture, prepared by electrolysis of water.

PowerPedia:Wind Turbine is a machine for converting the kinetic energy in wind into mechanical energy.

PowerPedia:Windmill is an engine powered by the wind to produce energy, often contained in a large building as in traditional post mills, smock mills and tower mills.

PowerPedia:Watermill is a structure that uses a water wheel or turbine to drive a mechanical process such as flour or lumber production, or metal shaping (rolling, grinding or wire drawing).

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PowerPedia:Zero point energy is the lowest possible energy that a quantum mechanical physical system may possess it is the energy of the ground state of the system

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