Lithium-Ion Battery High Quality Lifepo4 Battery 12V 100AH Llithium Battery
|Specifications||B-LFP 12V 100Ah|
|Nominal Capacity (25°C , 0.2C)||100Ah|
|Standard Discharge 25°C||Max. cont. current||100A|
|Standard Charge||Charge Voltage||14.8V|
|Recommended Charge Current||50A|
|Using Temperature||Discharge -30 to 60℃; 0.1C Charge -20 to 60℃|
It would not be the first time 22.033 generated a pathbreaking, if not market-worthy, idea. In 2016, a team under then-instructor Michael Short, an assistant professor of nuclear science and engineering, took on the problem of reducing carbon dioxide emissions. Their solution: irradiating plastic waste from bottles to reuse as a concrete additive.
In work the team published, they showed that gamma-irradiated plastic actually strengthened concrete, and as a fill, suggested a way of reducing global concrete production, which is responsible for an enormous volume of carbon dioxide emissions. This idea sparked interest among industrial concrete manufacturers.
While 22.033 encourages students to pursue pressing problems like climate change, it also leaves room for students to grapple with intriguing, emerging questions. The second team, Asteroid Atomics, represented by Jared Wilson and his classmates, developed a nuclear reactor tailored for unpiloted space missions.