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Japanese Tea Ceremony


Japanese Tea Ceremony

https://youtu.be/5LOZe_FSl2o






Published on Dec 14, 2011
Produced and Directed by Vanessa Anthony

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【送料無料※一部地域を除く】【茶道具/茶道】野点セット網代かごタイプ (網代かご、抹茶、茶筅、抹茶茶碗、茶杓、小風呂敷)

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Japanese Chado Matcha Green Tea Ceremony

Japanese Chado Matcha Green Tea Ceremony #TeaStories | TEALEAVES

https://youtu.be/fmukjUoevf4



Japanese Chado Matcha Green Tea Ceremony

https://youtu.be/fmukjUoevf4




Published on Mar 20, 2015
It is our privilege to film this beautiful Chado ceremony, which has been an important inspiration for TEALEAVES since our founding in 1994. We gratefully thank our friends Kazue Kojima, June Yoriko Tanemura, and Yasuko Takahashi who all practice the Japanese Way of Tea in Vancouver.

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2017年08月21日

Documentary: Japanese Tea Ceremony

Documentary: Japanese Tea Ceremony

https://youtu.be/gx59Y8VFse0



Documentary: Japanese Tea Ceremony

https://youtu.be/gx59Y8VFse0



Published on Mar 2, 2015
The Japanese tea ceremony is a special way of making green tea (matcha 抹茶). It is called the Way of Tea. It is a Japanese cultural activity involving the ceremonial preparation and presentation of matcha, powdered tea. People who study the tea ceremony have to learn about different kinds of tea. They also have to learn about kimono (Japanese clothes), flowers, and many other things. It takes much practice to learn the tea ceremony. Zen Buddhism was a primary influence in the development of the Japanese tea ceremony.
SOURCE: http://beginjapanology.com

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Future Aircraft - NASA Documentary

Future Aircraft - NASA Documentary

https://youtu.be/Y1gAusOW-RU




Future Aircraft - NASA Documentary

https://youtu.be/Y1gAusOW-RU






Published on Feb 8, 2016
When Orville Wright traveled to Cleveland for the dedication of the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory in the 1940s, he had already witnessed the advancement of aircraft from his Kitty Hawk model to the winged machines that fought in World War II. Today, the lab, now known as NASA Glenn Research Center, has engineers and scientists engaged in an agency-wide effort to develop alternative aircraft designs using low-carbon propulsion technology for larger passenger aircraft that Wright may have never dreamed of. Since the beginning, commercial planes have been powered by carbon-based fuels such as gasoline or kerosene. While these provide the energy to lift large commercial jets into the world’s airspace, electric power is now seen as a new frontier for providing thrust and power for flight.

Just as hybrid or turboelectric power has improved fuel efficiency in cars, boats and trains, aeronautical engineers are exploring how planes can be redesigned and configured with electrical power.

One of NASA’s goals is to help the aircraft industry shift from relying solely on gas turbines to using hybrid electric and turboelectric propulsion in order to reduce energy consumption, emissions and noise.

“Aircraft are highly complex machines,” says Jim Heidmann, manager for NASA’s Advanced Air Transport Technology project. “Moving toward alternative systems requires creating new aircraft designs as well as propulsion systems that integrate battery technologies and electromagnetic machines like motors and generators with more efficient engines.”

Glenn researchers are looking at power systems that generate electricity in place of, or in addition to, thrust at the turbine engine and then convert that electricity to be converted into thrust using fans at other places on the aircraft.

“These systems use electric motors and generators that work together with turbine engines to distribute power throughout the aircraft in order to reduce drag for a given amount of fuel burned,” says Amy Jankovsky, subproject lead engineer. “Part of our research is developing the lightweight machinery and electrical systems that will be required to make these systems possible.”

In addition to designing better motors, generators and integrated electrical system architectures, Glenn engineers are also researching the basic materials that go into those components. Research is being performed on the conductors inside, and the insulation around the wires. Along with studying the design of motors and the architecture of power electronics, engineers are improving magnetic materials and semi-conductors to make these motors and electronics lighter and more efficient.

“Our work is laying a foundation for planes that will require less fossil fuel in the future,” says Glenn Engineer Cheryl Bowman, a technical lead on the project. “Considering that the U.S. aviation industry carries over 700 million passengers every year, making each trip more fuel efficient (by up to 30 percent) can have a considerable impact on the nation’s total use of fossil fuels.”

Nancy Smith Kilkenny, ATS
NASA's Glenn Research Center

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Future Aircraft - NASA Documentary

Future Aircraft - NASA Documentary

https://youtu.be/Y1gAusOW-RU




Future Aircraft - NASA Documentary







Published on Feb 8, 2016
When Orville Wright traveled to Cleveland for the dedication of the Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory in the 1940s, he had already witnessed the advancement of aircraft from his Kitty Hawk model to the winged machines that fought in World War II. Today, the lab, now known as NASA Glenn Research Center, has engineers and scientists engaged in an agency-wide effort to develop alternative aircraft designs using low-carbon propulsion technology for larger passenger aircraft that Wright may have never dreamed of. Since the beginning, commercial planes have been powered by carbon-based fuels such as gasoline or kerosene. While these provide the energy to lift large commercial jets into the world’s airspace, electric power is now seen as a new frontier for providing thrust and power for flight.

Just as hybrid or turboelectric power has improved fuel efficiency in cars, boats and trains, aeronautical engineers are exploring how planes can be redesigned and configured with electrical power.

One of NASA’s goals is to help the aircraft industry shift from relying solely on gas turbines to using hybrid electric and turboelectric propulsion in order to reduce energy consumption, emissions and noise.

“Aircraft are highly complex machines,” says Jim Heidmann, manager for NASA’s Advanced Air Transport Technology project. “Moving toward alternative systems requires creating new aircraft designs as well as propulsion systems that integrate battery technologies and electromagnetic machines like motors and generators with more efficient engines.”

Glenn researchers are looking at power systems that generate electricity in place of, or in addition to, thrust at the turbine engine and then convert that electricity to be converted into thrust using fans at other places on the aircraft.

“These systems use electric motors and generators that work together with turbine engines to distribute power throughout the aircraft in order to reduce drag for a given amount of fuel burned,” says Amy Jankovsky, subproject lead engineer. “Part of our research is developing the lightweight machinery and electrical systems that will be required to make these systems possible.”

In addition to designing better motors, generators and integrated electrical system architectures, Glenn engineers are also researching the basic materials that go into those components. Research is being performed on the conductors inside, and the insulation around the wires. Along with studying the design of motors and the architecture of power electronics, engineers are improving magnetic materials and semi-conductors to make these motors and electronics lighter and more efficient.

“Our work is laying a foundation for planes that will require less fossil fuel in the future,” says Glenn Engineer Cheryl Bowman, a technical lead on the project. “Considering that the U.S. aviation industry carries over 700 million passengers every year, making each trip more fuel efficient (by up to 30 percent) can have a considerable impact on the nation’s total use of fossil fuels.”

Nancy Smith Kilkenny, ATS
NASA's Glenn Research Center

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5 Best Personal Aircraft - Passenger Drones and Flying Cars

5 Best Personal Aircraft - Passenger Drones and Flying Cars

https://youtu.be/_dNPjqLyxSI



5 Best Personal Aircraft - Passenger Drones and Flying Cars

https://youtu.be/_dNPjqLyxSI




Published on Feb 23, 2017
Here is a list of our favorite Personal Aircrafts, Human Flying Machines, Flying Cars and Autonomous Aerial Vehicles (AAV). Some of these are already in the market but some are still prototypes.

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EHANG 184
Introducing ehang 184, a one passenger drone which can carry up to 100kg payload and cruise at a speed of 60 kilometer per hour. The Ehang is an electric AAV (Autonomous Aerial Vehicle) with 25 minutes flight time designed to fly at 3500 meters above sea level making it ideal for medium-short distance transportation.
http://www.ehang.com/ehang184/

Volocopter VC200
The Velocopter VC200 is two-seater electric aircraft that can be operated with a pilot, using remote controls or completely autonomously. With 18 rotors powered by 9 independently batteries the aircraft can go up to 100 km/h. It has a flight altitude of up to 1,980 meters and a maximum take-off weight of 450 kg.
http://www.e-volo.com/index.php/en/vo...

Project Zero
Sized to carry only a single pilot or to be used unmanned, it has around 10 minutes of flight. The company is hoping that within a decade, automakers would have advanced the development of electric batteries to the point that Project Zero will travel for around 100 minutes.
http://www.leonardocompany.com/en/-/p...

Aeromobil 3.0
The Aeromobil 3.0 is two-seater flying car that transforms in seconds from an automobile to an airplane. The vehicle has maximum road speed of 160 km/h and 200 km/h of flight.
http://www.aeromobil.com/


PAL-V Liberty
PAL-V Liberty is a three-wheeler flying car which can reach 100 mph on the ground and can be switched between driving mode and flying mode in 5 to 10 minutes. The Liberty can climb to a maximum altitude of 3500m, and its 197bhp flying engine can propel it up to a top speed of 112miles per hour.
https://www.pal-v.com/en/


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Pop.Up (PopUp)
Pop.Up or PopUp is a convertible passenger capsule that can be attached to either the ground module (electric car) or the air module (a passenger drone). The concept was debuted at 87th Geneva International Motor Show by Airbus and Italdesign Giugiaro. We will talk more about it on the next episode. For now you can read more here: http://www.italdesign.it/project/popup/

Kitty Hawk
The Kitty Hawk Flyer is a new, all-electric aircraft. It is safe, tested and legal to operate in the United States in uncongested areas under the Ultralight category of FAA regulations.

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