Kinetic renewable technology

Are renewables kinetic energy ?

Yes, most renewable energy is a form of kinetic energy, including; Wave and Tidal Energy, Wind, Hydroelectric, Solar, and Thermal energy.

How is kinetic renewable energy used?

Renewable energy from kinetic movement is underused due to the technology available. Specifically oceanic energy which is virtually untapped and covers 70% of the Earth surface .

Which renewables technologies use kinetic energy?

Hydroelectric, Wind and thermal are the most abundant forms of kinetic renewable energy. By converting mechanical energy into electricity, renewables provide the cheapest electricity and most sustainable energy option to power the world.

Why is Active Kinetic 1 a new renewable technology?

Pulsatile kinetic energy harvested by Active Kinetic 1 technology provides a new method to access kinetic energy from natural renewable sources.

Pulsatile Kinetic Energy:

Unlike energy drawn from momentum this newer concept involves capturing the pulsatile or rhythmic kinetic energy generated by specific motions, such as water, vehicle energy, walking or pedalling a bicycle, and converting it into electricity using specialised active kinetic generators.

Other Kinetic Renewable sources:

  1. Vehicle Energy: Recycling vehicle energy is the most underused form of kinetic renewable energy. The kinetic energy provided by moving traffic can be converted into electricity using active kinetic generators.
  2. Wind Energy: Wind turbines are perhaps the most well-known form of kinetic renewables. They capture the kinetic energy of moving air and convert it into electricity through the rotation of turbine blades connected to a generator. Active Kinetic technology does not need to maintain rotational momentum to convert electrical energy.
  3. Hydropower: Hydropower harnesses the pulsatile kinetic energy of flowing water in rivers, streams, or tides to turn turbines and generate electricity. This energy source is commonly used in hydroelectric dams and tidal power plants.
  4. Ocean Wave Energy: The rise and fall of ocean waves contain kinetic energy that can be captured using specialized devices placed on the ocean’s surface or underwater. These devices convert the motion of waves into electricity.
  5. Tidal Energy: Tides are a result of the gravitational interaction between the Earth, moon, and sun. Tidal energy systems capture the kinetic energy of rising and falling tides to generate electricity.
  6. Human Kinetic Energy: New technologies from bicycles to smart homes include, energy-harvesting floors and doors that capture the kinetic energy generated by human movement, such as footsteps, and convert it into usable electricity.
  7. Vibrational Energy: Vibrations and oscillations in various structures, such as bridges or buildings, can be harvested to generate electricity using piezoelectric or electromagnetic systems.
  8. Kinetic Energy Conservation: fossil fuels and nuclear facilities, often waste, vast amounts of usable kinetic energy that could be harvested by active kinetic generators. This energy could be recycled and used to contribute towards energy supplies, improving the economic value provided by these technologies.

What does pulsatile kinetic energy mean?

Pulsatile Kinetic Energy is energy released in a Rhythmic or intermittent pattern.

Pulsatile kinetic energy can be any fluctuating pattern of energy typically associated with the movement of pulses or waves.

Is kinetic energy renewable?

The renewable or non-renewable aspect typically relates to a kinetic energy source that creates the movement. Wind, water, human or animal movement all have kinetic energy due to motion. The sun produces a perpetual movement of wind and water across plant earth, which is a renewable energy source.

What is kinetic energy technology?

Any technology capable of converting movement into work is a kinetic energy technology; such as a windmill used to ground grain. Electromagnetic technologies harvest about 99.9% of kinetic energy we convert into electricity.

Can kinetic energy be turned into electricity?

Yes, Fossil fuel uses the kinetic energy from steam and Wind turbines rotate from kinetic energy in wind to generate electromagnetic electrical energy.

What truly sets Active Kinetic 1 apart is its bold departure from conventional and traditional AC generators, which rely on rotational momentum. Active Kinetic 1 charts a new course by harnessing the reservoir of kinetic energy from pulsatile motion. A pulsatile kinetic energy source found in the rhythmic movement of vehicles, the graceful waves of the ocean, and the persistent gusts of winds provide billions of joules of energy.

Is there any technology that uses kinetic energy?

Active kinetic generators are highly efficient at converting kinetic renewable energy forces directly into electrical energy utilising oscillating induction. Rotary generators are currently the most widely used renewable kinetic energy converter, but often less efficient. Piezoelectric is another method but not much technology currently uses it.

What are the types of kinetic energy?

Can Active Kinetic energy be turned into electricity?

Active Kinetic 1 is a kinetic energy harvesting technology, that generates electrical charge from movement therefore, unlike a rotary device, it does not need momentum.

Is anything moving kinetic energy?

Yes anything in motion has kinetic energy.

Using the sum K.E=1/2 mv2 measures kinetic energy in any object and the amount of kinetic energy is proportional to the EMF by calculating the electromagnetic output from a circuit you can equate the electricity produced.

Is it true that a moving object can have no kinetic energy?

Yes, that’s correct. Anything in motion has kinetic energy, unless its motion is negligible or at rest relative to its surroundings. Kinetic energy is a property of an object’s motion, and it’s directly related to its velocity. If an object is stationary or moving at a very slow speed compared to its surroundings, its kinetic energy is considered negligible or practically zero.

For example, if you’re sitting in a chair, you have some kinetic energy due to the Earth’s rotation, the Earth’s orbit around the Sun, and other such motions. However, because these speeds are so vast compared to our everyday experiences, the kinetic energy associated with them is usually considered insignificant for most practical purposes. On the other hand, if an object is moving significantly relative to its surroundings, it will have measurable kinetic energy.