'Green brains' produced electricity from the air.The project, in which two high school students were able to generate electricity using the voltage difference between the air layers, won the "International Youth Green Brains Competition" held at METU Northern Cyprus Campus.The project, where two high school students were able to generate electricity using the voltage difference between air layers naturally found in the atmosphere, was awarded the first prize in the "International Young Green Brains Competition" held at METU Northern Cyprus Campus.TED Ankara College of Humanities Education Program students Eastern Sea Ugur and Eda Ayan, teachers under the coordination of Demet Izgü'nin air-electricity-generating system has developed.Ugur, a student of the project, told AA correspondent to the project that positive ions in the higher layers of the atmosphere of cosmic rays lead to negative charges in the atmosphere's lower layers of lightning.Uğur explains that they are doing a literature search on this subject, while US engineer Nikola Tesla stated that they met a model patented 116 years ago. Uğur stated that Tesla's patent, which developed a concept of electricity production from the atmosphere, does not have scientific measurements related to it.Ugur gave the following information about his work:"We have developed a system that includes a super capacitor with the help of a voltage circuit and we have developed a system to convert energy into electricity in supercapacitor and we have calculated the efficiency we have obtained. By changing the different parameters, we tried to get more electricity production more efficiently. We have to work on it in order to be fully commissioned and to meet the electricity need of a system It is very important that the production of electricity from the air which is made without being dependent on external factors such as solar and wind very cheaply and more energy than the existing renewable energy sources exit. "Uğur stated that they have obtained electricity to develop a LED lamp with the system they developed and they will search for ways to improve electricity efficiency in the next step of their work."Progeny can be improved"Teacher Izgü pointed out that sustainable energy is important and that the fossil resources used cause environmental pollution.He emphasized that they are working on a sustainable energy source by producing only electricity from the air in the students' projects. "It is because the project is being developed, and it is a project that we think will provide important contribution to the world." said."Can be developed and transformed into a product"The project received the first prize in the "International Young Green Brains Competition" held at METU Northern Cyprus Campus.Jury Member METU North Cyprus Campus Mechanical Engineering Department Instructor Yrd. Assoc. Dr. Onur Taylan also reported that 220 progeny from 20 countries participated in the competition.Recalling that the originality of the project and preparation for the untested subject were influential in rewarding, Taylan said that it was important for the students to spend their own lives in this project. "Our students have provided us with evidence, so scientifically, this progeny of ideas is likely to be developed and transformed into a product," says Taylan. she said.
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