Measuring the impact of electric motors on the respiratory tract
India has become a leader in using electronic motors to measure the impact on the lungs of electric motor vehicle engines.
Electric motors generate high energy and can operate for long periods.
They have been used to test the effect of the combustion engine on human respiratory system.
However, they have a limited range of motion and can be damaged or even kill.
Now, Dr Jai Dhami, a mechanical engineer and director of the Centre for Biomedical Engineering and Applied Technology at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), has developed an electronic motor system for measuring the impact energy of electric engines.
He has designed a system that uses a digital camera to measure air flow through a series of thin-film transistors.
He says the result is that the motor can be placed on a cylinder or cylinder block and it can be monitored with an electronic camera.
Dr Dham, who has been involved in developing motor actuators for bio-medical applications since 2006, says the idea for the new motor came from his experience in mechanical engineering and aerospace engineering.
He had developed a prototype of an electronic actuator based on silicon.
Dr Jai, however, was unable to find an electric motor that could fit into the space and cost that was large enough.
In 2011, he had designed a prototype based on titanium.
He worked with NIST to design a system of electronic motors based on a three-dimensional material.
The resulting motor was an electronic mechanical pencil that is able to move in a narrow range of mechanical motion.
Dr. Dham says the new device is very small and lightweight, making it ideal for a number of applications.
It has a maximum operating speed of only 0.3 metres per second, which is much slower than the 1.8 m/s of the existing motor.
The researchers have also designed a series transistors to measure airflow through the transistors, so that the amount of energy being radiated can be measured.
This is a step forward from previous attempts, which have used metal transistors that were too bulky to be integrated into a motor.
Dr Dham said it would be possible to build a motor with the same energy efficiency as the current one using this technology.
The electronic motor is now being tested in the US, and Dr Dampal and his team have developed a software program that uses the motor’s electric field to measure flow in the system.
He said they had been able to control the speed of the motor and measure the amount airflow.
Dr Amesh Adalja, a biophysicist at the University of Texas at Austin, said the system has a lot of potential.
Dr Adaljas team has developed a new tool for measuring and modeling air flow that could be used for all sorts of medical applications, including heart disease, diabetes and other diseases.
Dr Adaljas group has used the technology to make sensors to measure heart rate variability, respiration rate, and other parameters.