I have used smart draw to do my front, side and top view ofa remote control car made from a Pepsi can.
Main advantages of smart draw arethat it is totally free and you can use it online to do your drawings whichwouldn’t waste your storage space and time to download. You can also save yourwork so it doesn’t get lost. Smart draw also has tools like lines and shapeswhich means that it would be accurate and you can undo or erase the parts whichyou think you’ve done wrong which can save more time than doing a manualdrawing.The problem that my product is solving is using materialsthat are getting thrown away and I will be using a can to make a really goodand cheap remote control car which everyone can afford and would be good forthe environment. The overall function of my product is that I have chosen this product because this product usesrecycled materials to make it which is good for the environment.
We could seethat a lot of things happened over the year, the weather was really bad andnatural disasters. I think this would help our environment, improve recyclingand people could see what can be done with recycled materials so they wouldn’teasily throw away materials that can be reused. Task1, part C As an engineer, you need to beable to choose communication methods and understand why some methods are betterand more feasible than others. Therefore, In order to achievethis criterion, you will need to reviewthe information sources obtained to solve an engineering task and explain whysome sources have been used but others rejected. The engineering task canbe related to your product in unit 3, alternativelyyou can choose one of the fivetopics below:1.
Find5 leading startups in the UK specialising in fintech, healthcare, orapplications of Artificial Intelligence(AI) and write a short description oftheir main innovations. 2. Summarise3 research articles, with at least 200 citations, that confirm global warming. 3. List5 alternatives to fossil fuels, briefly describe each, and state their sharesin the UK’s energy consumption.
4. Find3 research areas in an engineering field of your choice and briefly describeeach.5.
DescribeGoogle’s business model.This criterion is about reflectionand the need to carefully consider, measure and express the value (or not) of other people’s work as a source ofinformation. You need to identify both computer-based(eg inter/intranet, CD ROM-based information) and non-computer-based (eg books, technical reports, institute and tradejournals, data sheets) information sources.M2 Summarise 3 researcharticle, with at list at least 200 citation that confirm global warming?Research article 1This study examines the costs and benefits of an aggressiveprogramme of global action to limit the greenhouse effect, i.e., the warming ofthe earth by the accumulation of carbon dioxide and other gases in theatmosphere. It is concluded that greenhouse warming is likely to raise globaltemperatures by 10° Celsius (18° Fahrenheit) over the next 300 years.
Theresultant damage to the US economy would total 6% of GDP annually, or about$350 000 million at current scale and prices. In an alternative, high-damagescenario, yearly losses could reach 20% of GDP. (Cline, 1992) Research article 2Increases of greenhouse gases (GHGs) in the atmosphereproduce a positive radiative forcing of the climate system and a consequentwarming of surface temperatures and rising sea level caused by thermalexpansion of the warmer seawater, in addition to the contribution from meltingglaciers and ice sheets. If concentrations of GHGs could be stabilized at somelevel, the thermal inertia of the climate system would still result in furtherincreases in temperatures, and sea level would continue to rise.
The Parallel Climate Model (PCM) has been used extensivelyfor climate change experiments. This model has a relatively low climatesensitivity as compared to other models, with an equilibrium climatesensitivity of 2.1°C and a transient climate response (TCR) (the globallyaveraged surface air temperature change at the time of CO2 doubling in a 1%CO2 increaseexperiment) of 1.3°CSea level rises are 3 to 5 cm, respectively, over the 20thcentury as compared to the observed estimate of 15 to 20 cm. This lower valuefrom the models is consistent with the part of 20th-century sea level risethought to be caused by thermal expansion, because as the ocean warms, seawaterexpands and sea level rises. Even if we could have stopped any further increases in allatmospheric constituents as of the year 2000, the PCM and CCSM3 indicate thatwe are already committed to 0.
4° and 0.6°C, respectively, more global warmingby the year 2100 as compared to the 0.6°C of warming observed at the end of the20th century. But we are already committed to proportionately much more sea levelrise from thermal expansion.
These results confirm and quantify earlier studies withsimple and global models in that the sea level rise commitment is considerablymore than the temperature change commitment. (Gerald A. Meehl*, 18 march 2005) Research article 3The conversation of carbondioxide (CO2) concentration andtemperature in Antarctic ice-core records suggests a close link between CO2 and climate duringthe Pleistocene ice ages.
Here we construct a record of global surfacetemperature from 80 proxy records and show that temperature is correlated withand generally lags CO2 during the last (thatis, the most recent) deglaciation. Differences between the respectivetemperature changes of the Northern Hemisphere and Southern Hemisphere parallelvariations in the strength of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulationrecorded in marine sediments. The conclusion that an antiphased hemispherictemperature response to ocean circulation changes superimposed on globally in-phasewarming driven by increasing CO2 concentrationsis an explanation for much of the temperature change at the end of the mostrecent ice age. (jeremy D. Shakun, 4 april 2012)