Applied Physics and Material Science by Witthaya Mekhum, Narong Sangwaranatee, Anat Thapinta,

By Witthaya Mekhum, Narong Sangwaranatee, Anat Thapinta, Prungsak Attaphut, Pichet Limsuwan

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Th Keywords: Electricity, Sanitary ware, Turbine generator Abstract. In this research is presented electricity production of sanitary ware, which can be covered kinetic energy of water to electric current from water delivery system. A small electric generator will be set on the water delivery system of sanitariums. It consists with a turbine electric generator and a big tank which build in on tank of a sanitarium. Turbine generator is generated small electric currents by a lot of water inside pipe.

R2 (6) 0 The analysis to establish the amplitude for the transmission of propagates. S. sin qz 2 sin qz1. 2 ∫ ∫ (2π ) −∞ 2π 0 π R2 (7) Advanced Materials Research Vol. 979 33 Also    d 2 k ∞ dk 0 ∞ dq  exp [ik ⋅ (r2 − r1 ) ] exp [ − ik 0(x2 0 − x10 )]  2 ⋅∫ ⋅∫  ∫  sin qz2 sin qz1 2 0 2 − + + −    2 π π k c k cq iε ( 2 π ) 2 − ∞ 0 R    0 0 = G (x2 , x1 )  , forx2 > x1   0 0 0 , forx2 < x1  (8) (9) To understand in equation (8), we need to understand terms like “contour integral” and “residue”  to integrating out over k0, k and q, thus the Green’s function satisfying for polarization-free photon as 2  i r2 − r1 2    i( z + z ) 2   i (z 2 − z1 )2    i  2 1 (−i)G (x2 ,x1 ) =  exp exp − exp       .

K is the Peukert constant. 4540. C. Fabrication cost The fabrication cost of this cell is quite low due to a pair of raw material of electrode metal and electrolyte can be available from a lot of industrial and agricultural wastes and they are not much valuable. 2 Galvanic cell experiment kit Summary The experimental results state that electrical current can flow from metal corrosion and electron exchange between the anode and the cathode. Although the capacity of the cell battery is rather low, they can be used for low power devices.

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