18 Sep 2016

Perpetual Motion Gallery

For the benefit of some newbies that go on posting PMM schemes:
Engineering Dead-Ends: A Gallery of Perpetual Motion Machines
Moh Tannaf

Moh Tannaf

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19 Sep 2016
Hello, How Are You, could you do me a favour please ? I'm looking for a topic for my final year Project. Thank you very much.
19 Sep 2016
What is your area of study?
Moh Tannaf

Moh Tannaf

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19 Sep 2016
I am doing a mechanical & manufacturing engineering, I am in my final year and I should do a final Project, I need a good and easy project to do, I will do it in my own I'm not working with group.

Thank you for your help.
19 Sep 2016
Moh Tannaf
I am doing a mechanical & manufacturing engineering, I am in my final year and I should do a final Project, I need a good and easy project to do, I will do it in my own I'm not working with group.

Thank you for your help.
Shall revert within 24 hours.
Moh Tannaf

Moh Tannaf

Branch Unspecified
19 Sep 2016
Thank you very much for your time, regards.
20 Sep 2016
There is a survey from 'The Engineer UK' that says that by 2030 about 2.5 Billion conventional mechanical jobs will be lost to Additive Manufacturing and Robotics. It also says that more than this number will be created in these two areas.
It may be worthwhile to work on these areas.
This may give some project ideas:
3D printing:
3D printer Search Results
Robots:
Robots Search Results
Moh Tannaf

Moh Tannaf

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20 Sep 2016
Thank you very much for your ideas, I'll have a look on it.


What about something related to the pipes or pumps, do you have any topics for those two subjects? Specially pipes it would be very good for me. Can you tell me some ideas if you have please.


Thanks a lot, Regards.
20 Sep 2016
Pipes and pumps have been around for very long. Being universally used items there may not be much to develop in these unless one is looking at specialized application such as medical implants or fluid movement in micro-gravity environments.
In my opinion a difficult topic for final year project as too much work has already gone into these areas.
This article gives some basic info.:
Minimizing Pumping-System Friction Loss | Pumps & Systems
A lot of people suffer from sleep apnea. It can even kill. One treatment used is called Continuous Positive Airway Pressure System that keeps the windpipe open in sleep. There is a lot of scope in developing a low cost system for the developing nations.
Here are two links suggesting different approaches for such a design:
A High-Value, Low-Cost Bubble Continuous Positive Airway Pressure System for Low-Resource Settings: Technical Assessment and Initial Case Reports

Introducing the world's first hoseless, cordless, maskless, battery-powered CPAP device.
Moh Tannaf

Moh Tannaf

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04 Oct 2016
Thank you very much for your help, so grateful for you.

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