Structure of a Photovoltaic Electric Locomotive
Florian Ion Tiberiu Petrescu
DOI : 10.3844/ajeassp.2019.503.507
American Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Volume 12, Issue 4
The paper proposes to start studies at the global level for the implementation of photovoltaic electric locomotives. The question the author asks is why such trains have not been implemented so far, is there no interest in such a thing? This may avoid the current rush to implement 5G technologies in an already extremely dangerous form for humanity, the rush justified by the politicians by the need to quickly implement the massive wireless power transmission for cars, trains, vehicles, drones, airplanes. In the rush to have massive energy transmitted wirelessly to power vehicles, trains, drones, airplanes, current governments of the world's largest countries, they rush to unleash 5G technologies in a form extremely dangerous to humanity. Interestingly, their implementation will start in smaller countries that do not have much right to replicate in the face of the world's great powers. How did all this human madness, called superior technology, start? There is at present an unseen war between the partisans of the continued use of internal combustion engines and those of the rapid deployment of electric motors everywhere. The global energy crisis haunted mankind several times in its history but the most serious was the one that preceded the economic-financial crisis of 1933, after which two world wars followed, with about 200 million dead, that is, one- fifth of one billion, with massive destruction, but also with a rapid imputation of the population of the globe that had started to grow exponentially. The world forgot that shock and slowly began to recover until the 1970s and 1980s when the major energy crisis began again to haunt humanity. Trams, subways, trolleybuses and nuclear fission energy were added, which at that time and now represented a major evil needed. Much has been gained for mankind, during which time renewable, sustainable energy resources, already massively implemented around the globe, have emerged, although their pace of massive implementation may still be increasing. Recently, a group of researchers from a prestigious university in Switzerland managed to synthesize superior gasoline, kerosene-type, usable in aviation, from the air and photovoltaic energy. A single plant of this type, spread over several hectares, will be able to produce annually all the amount of superior gasoline needed for all the vehicles on the planet, airplanes, cars, trains, ships ... And it will use only the air that recovers and photovoltaic solar energy.
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