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Transcript: Pebblebee is a small white circle that you can attach to any of your belongings, then when you lose that belonging you get on your phone to the Pebblebee app. In the app you can look at the location of the item, make it go off with a ringing sound, or make it light up. The Pebblebee itself also has great features that interact with th app. The features of the Pebblebee itself is that it can use the button on the side to bring up a camera on your phone, if you leave it somewhere it will alert your phone that you left it so you dont forget anything, and the other feature is simply squezzing the Pebblebee to locate your phone. The purpose of Pebblebee is to make sure you never can't find something. Compared to Tile Circle shaped so doesnt have corners sticking out. More features than the Tile:Good Smaller key hole:Not much difference Longer lasting and replacable battery:Good You can use the Pebblebee anywhere, at anytime, or for any reason. For example if you have really important paperwork you can attach the pebble bee to the binder ring hole. Then if you leave the paperwork at work unfinished or at home the pebblebee will tell you it was left. An invention is something created and a innovaton is something never before seen. Thsi Pebblebee is mostly an invention because it is not the first bluetooth locater to have come out. For example the tile came out before the pebblebee. Tile Pebble Bee Square shaped so takes up more space:Bad Less features than Pebblebee:Bad Larger ring hole:Not much difference Less lasting battery and not replacable battery:Bad Never Lose Your Stuff Again Wednesday, January 6, 2016 $1.25 Innovation or Invention Are you always loosing your things? If so Pebblebee is for you! Example: Can we use it at school or jobs? Vol XCIII, No. 311 Pebble Bee

Kinetic Tiles Presentation

Transcript: Current Situation A Proposal for a Greener Future Project Plan KINETIC TILES Introduction Introduction Purpose Proposition Implement Kinetic tiles Sanatorium Grounds Expand and improve Green energy Environmental awareness Replace non-renewable energy with renewable energy Kinetic Tiles Kinetic Tiles Creates electrical energy from kinetic energy Light bulbs, displays, alarms, signs,... Made out of piezoelectric materials Each tile is equipped with a wireless API Real-time movement data Produce power Lifespan is about 20 years Short Video Video from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkEGoBe-EdA Uses Image courtesy of Pinterest Image courtesy of Pixabay An Extreme Environment Heat Waves Rising Sea Levels Devastating Storm Systems Images courtesy of Pixabay A Legacy of Sustainability Campus Sustainability Committee SEAS (Students for Environmental Awareness & Sustainability) Grade 'B' in the College Sustainability Report Card 11 LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) Gold-Rated buildings on UCCS' campus. Image courtesy of Pixabay An Innovative Alternative Pavegen V3 Tile Image courtesy of Pavegen. Energy Use @ UCCS ... with Piezoelectric Power!! We can lower energy cost... Footstep Images courtesy of Pixabay Chart courtesy of UCCS Sustainability Office Project Plan Idea Reality Concept Image by Grist.com Methods and Procedure Identify the need and importance of renewable energy sources on UCCS campus. Identify viable location for Kinetic Tile placement and construction. Identify accurate implementation costs and contracting party for construction. Identify funding options for Kinetic tiles project. Reduce the ecological campus footprint and promote a sustainable environment through energy conservation and education. Project Solution Provide an affordable and feasible renewable energy resource to be used on the UCCS campus. Promote the benefits of kinetic tile technology practice. Provide a cost to benefit analysis empowering the use of kinetic tiles. Plan Objectives Steps to Success Image created by D. Anderson A need for the use of alternative renewable energy options A detailed cost to benefit relationship Construction contract options Proposed construction timeline This Plan Provides The kinetic tile plan provides a smooth flowing map from concept to reality of a much needed renewable energy source to expand the ecological mission of UCCS. Outcome Timeline Image created by D. Anderson Qualifications Qualifications Images courtesy of Google Worked in over 30 countries with companies such as Google, Coca Cola, Samsung, and Cisco Experience Image courtesy of google Image courtesy of Coca Cola Each tile is built with glass reinforced plastic as well as polyester resin, covered with a non-slip surface, and rounded edges, to prevent slipping or tripping. Features tile maintenance is minimal given a sustained load capacity of up to 1537 pounds-force which allows for regular traffic, and even lighter cargo Image by Grist.com With Pavegen's V3 technology, from the 12 tiles we plan on installing, we expect to generate over 12.5 kW per hour, 300 kW daily, and up to 9,000 kW monthly. Technology Image courtesy of Pavegen Budget The following table uses a case study done by Adnan Mohamed Elhalwagy, Mahmoud Yousef M. Ghoneem, and Mohamed Elhadidi in which the Ramses subway station in Cairo Egypt recorded the highest average foot traffic of all Cairo facilities. Background Information The following table illustrates the cost of using the PaveGen tiles as well as the potential savings they may offer UCCS. Cost -Benefit Analysis Image created by D. Sweatt Promote sustainability and green energy Contribute to environmental awareness Take small steps to make a large impact Instructor Dr. Lonie McMichael mmcmicha@uccs.edu Conclusion Conclusion Dylan Anderson Rachel Lee Nicholas Mendiola David Sweatt Joseph Wintergerst Presented By:

TILES

Transcript: cracks Surface Coating slowly deteriorates becomes Powdery sand and cement content gets affected after the surface coating is gone. WHERE IT IS USED water and cement are used to make the concrete for tiles. In making that the ratio needs to be adequate. For every kilogram of cement, about 0.25kg of water is needed to fully complete the hydration reactions. The hydration reaction is heat which allows the concrete to harden. THEREFORE concrete requires a water-cement ratio of 1:4. Lower water to cement ratios are used to produce higher strength concrete. Tiles made from ceramic stone, metal and glass are most commonly used for flooring,roofs, walls, showers and tabletops applications. Tiles made from wood and mineral wool are typically used for wall and ceiling applications VISUAL CHARATERISTICS ROOF TILES SLATE: a fine-grained grey, green, or bluish-purple metamorphic rock easily split into smooth, flat plates. TERRACOTTA: a type of earthenware, is a clay-based unglazed or glazed ceramic, where the fired body is porous PLASTIC: a synthetic material made from a wide range of organic polymers such as polyethylene, PVC, nylon, etc., that can be moulded into shape while soft, and then set into a rigid or slightly elastic form CONCRETE: a building material made from a mixture of broken stone or gravel, sand, cement, and water, which can be spread or poured into moulds and forms a stone-like mass on hardening. CERAMIC: made of clay and permanently hardened by heat GLASS: a hard, brittle substance, typically transparent or translucent, made by fusing sand with soda and lime and cooling rapidly. It is used to make windows, drinking containers, and other articles WOOD: the main substance of the trunk. It is a hard fibrous material often used for fuel or timber. WATER: liquid used to mix the substances such as cement, sand together. Long Degradation The ability of the roof tile relies heavily on the way that it has been made. For example if the tile has been through a mixture that has too much water, it would be less strong and durable compared to one which was made with the correct water and cement ratio. Roof tiles that are sold are the best of the batch. This means the tiles are made through accurate processes with the correct mixtures with no contamination of rubbish and precise cutting. This is to ensure that the tile is: STRONG DURABLE LONG LASTING USABLE The roof tiles are expected to protect the house against harsh environment such as heavy rain and storms. Throughout the time they are set for use they absorb sunlight and keep the house cool. Roof tiles are also expected to reduce outside noises. Tile roofs require maintenance to ensure they protect your most valuable asset, your home and its possessions. The basic level of maintenance required is every 5 to 10 years. Maintenance is usually done on capping tiles along the ridge (top) and hips (sides/corners) of tile roofs. These capping tiles are secured by mortaring in place (called bedding) and then waterproofed and finished off (pointed) with a flexible compound. BENIFITS TILES Structural Adequacy Versatile – Tiles can be used in a multitude of applications. Hardwearing –Tiles are not easily scratched, marked or punctured. Low Maintenance – Tiles do not require regular maintenance such as sanding and varnishing or professional cleaning. Easy Cleaning – Tiles are easy to clean. Colourfast – Tiles will not fade or change colour. Stain Resistant – Glazed Tiles will not stain. Hygienic – Tiles do not trap or hide dirt or dust mites. Resistant to Chemicals – Tiles are resistant to chemicals. Energy Efficient – Tiles adopt the air temperature of a room which assists in keeping heating and cooling costs down. Environmentally Safe – Tiles do not give off any noxious gases or chemicals. Concrete roof tiles are made to last for 20 years. The Concrete used to make roof tiles are made at the highest standard so it is strong and durable and able to withstand many years of wear and tear from different climates. DEFECTS Tiles are made in factories. They first come in raw materials such as clay.They are then soaked and go through a fine press. Then it goes through a rolling mill to a conveyor belt and then it is cut to size and shaped. Tiles then get sprayed with color and left to dry. Once dried it is ready for the burning process.Modern factories use hydro-casing tunnel kilns. In there, the tiles get gradually warmed up until the desired burning temperature is reached. After burning, it is important to slowly lower the temperature. To finish, it goes through testing and if it pass it is stacked up in pallets and is ready for use. CONSTRUCTION DETAILS Sources and Embodied Energy what is it? A tile is thin rectangular slab of baked clay or other material. SERVICEABILITY & PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS FIRE RESISTANCE Protection In 2009 there was a terrible bushfire in Victoria. Due to the bushfire building design and the selection of materials for housing became an important

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