Can anyone suggest any interesting project in Mathematics for undergraduates.
4 years, 7 months ago
pure or applied?
An just something you want to learn about, or an unsolved problem?
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Either pure or applied; either something new to learn or an unsolved problem. I'm interested in all the disciplines of mathematics and am looking for some good projects accessible to undergraduates.
how to produce electricity from water for free at homes,not hep.
It's a good suggestion but I am looking for undergrad project in Mathematics that I can try during the holidays
plastic numbers and silver ratio or..........
nice ideas. but how?
The generator is made up of a water source, two droppers, two inducers, two water collectors, wires, and two probes between which the spark occurs. The water source is split into two droppers. The bottom end of each dropper sits just above a metal ring, called the inducer. Below each inducer there is a water collector. The inducer on the right is electrically connected to the water collector on the left with an insulated wire, and the inducer on the left is electrically connected to the water collector on the right with an insulated wire.
Usually, there will be a small charge on one of the water collectors that starts the process. That's because in dry conditions, everything that is handled ends up with a tiny electric charge. Let's say that the left water collector has a small positive charge. Since the left water collector is connected to the right inducer, the right inducer will also develop a positive charge. The positive charge will attract negative charges into the tip of the water dropper and will repel positive charge into the other end of the water dropper. When a drop of water breaks away from the tip of the dropper it will still have an overall negative charge. As it falls through the inducer into the right water collector, it charges the right water collector and the collector will develop a negative charge. Since the left inducer is electrically connected to the right water collector, it too will develop a negative charge. The negative charge on the left inducer will attract positive charge into the tip of the left dropper and repel negative charges to the other end of the left dropper. As a water drop breaks away from the tip of the left dropper, it has an overall positive charge. The positive drop of water falls through the left inducer and into the left water collector and the left water collector becomes more positively charged. The process then continues, as described at the beginning of this paragraph.
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