Friday, December 26, 2008
well you might have seen this in some of the auto expo's around the world. And it is Honda Mugen F154SC concept. The technical specs is something like this four cylinder with a swept volume of 1.5L and the engine is supercharged. the car comes with an upgraded engine.
Saturday, December 20, 2008
The mechanism underlying: A liquid cooling system uses a web of passages around the cylinder to circulate coolant through. When the temperature of the coolant around the engine rises, it is sent to the radiator (a heat dissipating tank) to be cooled by running air flow or an electric fan and then circulated back to the engine. This constant circulation of coolant constantly cools the engine. Yamaha YZF-R15 uses this kind of cooling system and is expected to continue with the job in the forthcoming models of higher range mobikes.
Tuesday, December 16, 2008
It is a common rule that when there is a good thing, by default there is a bad thing associated with that. This applies to everything in this world. The mobile communication technology which gave us immense potential to grow had its disadvantage from the beginning. As its ability and merits are increasing, so are the drawbacks. On of the security threat was SIM card cloning where the module can be cloned and the call to the original SIM card can be received by the cloned cards and can share the same account.
Now the mobile security threat has gone a step ahead, the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) [to know your mobile IMEI number press (or dial) *#06# ] number which supposed to be unique and tamper-proof can be changed. The hackers have developed technology to change the IMEI number which otherwise can be used to track down the stolen mobile phone.
So folks better be careful with your all-in-all gadget and I whish you a happy conversation.
Monday, December 15, 2008
Heat stroke or sunstroke is an acute condition which occurs when the body produces or absorbs more heat than it can dissipate. Hyperthermia is the medical term. It is usually caused by prolonged exposure to high temperatures. The heat-regulating mechanisms of the body eventually become overwhelmed and unable to effectively deal with the heat, causing the body temperature to climb uncontrollably.
The “cooling cap” deals with the issues that almost all kinds of players face, when they are out on the ground. Heat stroke has become an issue for the people who are directly exposed to the sun. the cap having embedded cooling system with convective/conductive coolant tubes and removable gel pack helps in efficient transfer of heat from the head to the suuroundings.
1. Main frame
2. Gel pack
4. Cotton strap
5. Top cotton layer
6. Bottom cotton layer
7. Bottom fabric layer
8. Phase change material
Sunday, December 14, 2008
in the month of June itself and this year the German car maker planned to sell 15 units
and the fact is all the 15 are booked, the company is saying that there is no car left for test drive.
The mid-engine car generates a whooping 420-horsepower with a permanent all-wheel drive
and they call this Quattro. The Porsche carrera S is the rival in its segment. The r8 carries a price tag of Rs 1.3 crore where as the rival costs Rs 86.05 lakh.
The picture shown above is a R8 diesel concept with top speed of 186mph. With turbocharged diesel engine which produces 500 HP. It conforms to Euro6 emission standards so less pollution.
Friday, December 12, 2008
Finally, India has got the magic of telecommunication “the 3G technology”. The 3G mobile service was launched by the country’s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in Delhi on 11dec. The service is named ‘jadoo’(magic) and is provided by the state-owned Mahanagar Telephone Nigam ltd(MTNL).
The services include high-speed internet on the mobile, video-calling, video surveillance of their home and office and live TV. Advanced services are expected to be introduced by the service providers when the spectrum is allocated private telecom biggies.
Meanwhile India’s leading telecom operator Bharthi Airtel told that it will be starting its 3G wireless service within six months after the spectrum allocation. The government is expected to auction the 3G spectrum in the month of January next year
Thursday, December 11, 2008
Looking at the superbike sales in India, after Yamaha its Suzuki’s turn to introduce their range into the market. After ruling the roads in the foreign countries the superbike has managed to enter the Indian roads thanks to the people’s response towards super biking.
They call it Suzuki Hayabusa, the technical serial number is GSX1300R. it has a stunning design in each every part. The delta-design of the muffler tip resembles the TVS-Flame exhaust. The analogue needles showing the speed and engine RPM are excellently placed with a LCD screen in between showing the mode of the drive. It also houses the gauge to show the engine temperature which most of the bikes don’t.
The piston displaces 1340cubic centimeters with the cylinders being arranged in an in-line fashion. The 6-speed gearbox suits aptly for the powerful engine producing 197PS. And not to forget about the security system of the bile which is called as SAIS-Suzuki Advanced Immobilizer System.
The Suzuki Hayabusa is the true rival for Yamaha YZF R1 in its segment and both of them carry the same price tag here with Rs. 12.5 lakh (ex-showroom through out the country)