This technology can become a reality thanks to nanogenerators called triboelectrics, which allow energy to be produced by rubbing air against the wings of the aircraft.
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This story originally appeared on Alto Net
- Its manufacturer was inspired by the carbon reduction technology of the model Maverick of Airbus aircraft, which is powered by the next generation turbine engine.
Science and engineering have advanced rapidly, especially in the search for clean energy to help the planet. like this Michal Bonikowski Has prepared an airplane called Atter one Generates its energy through Friction of its wings with air.
This technology can become a reality thanks to nanogenerators called triboelectrics, which can produce energy by rubbing, even air against the wings of the aircraft, Continuous sky .
Picture: via www.bonikowski.eu
Its creators were inspired by carbon reduction technology Airbus Aircraft model Maveric, which is powered by the next generation turbine engine.
So far the main problem for the designer is the weight of the battery. However, he says that he enjoys all efforts to bring revolution in flight.
How will this machine work?
Bonikowski explains that air is filled with electricity, through which it can be recovered Friction generated by aircraft in flight And on the wings, instead of the fuel tank, Triboelectric nanogenerators Can be placed which can generate the energy required to drive many small electric motors through the vibration of the structure and friction generated by the bending of the wings during flight.
“In this case, only the battery pack required for transport should meet the take-off and landing requirement. Experts themselves say that the flight itself can generate the energy needed to maintain the battery to charge it.