LEC Masters student showcases Honeycombe turbine at Techkriti, India
Lukas Kuendig, masters student from LEC has been asked to represent ETH Zurich presenting his work within the Urban Flow - Honeycombe team. The project focuses on modular wind turbines designed for urban landscapes.
The Honeycomb turbine is designed to be installed on rooftops of buildings to produce de-centralised power and utilise currently dead space. The turbine is designed to be light weight (full assemblies are less than 20 kg) and can be transported by the customer with every single part fitting in a standard European elevator.
The Techkriti event was first held in 1995 with the aim of developing interest and encouraging innovation in technology among students. It has since grown into one of the largest technical events in Asia. The event is held over four days every March, attracting participants from every corner of the country as well as from abroad, with over 30,000 visitors.
For more information on the Honeycombe project visit:
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To see the 2016 Techkriti event website visit: