Improve visitor experience At this point, it is worth consider how far the change of image of a football. Stadium can go with an initiative of this magnitude. Will it an example to follow for the rest of the large sports complexes in the short and medium term? that as it may, Innovation Arena is one more step towards the consolidation of “smart cities”. Let the example spread. Vanadium reinvented Luis Maria Ortiz Luis Maria Ortiz Until now. vanadium has en used mainly to make alloys with steel , with the aim of build. Structures such as bridges or vehicles that are stronger and lighter at the same time.
Now, a completely different
Use for this element has en discovered. Vanadium is an element that has en used for a multitude of applications. Very different from each other . Since the 3rd century BC, humanity gan to exploit it. Although without know it, to manufacture the so-called ‘ Damascus steel’ , a material with which the sharpest swords of the time were made. Unfortunately, by the middle of the 18th century, the known reserves of vanadium in southern India were depleted. vanadio_radvak Currently, China , Russia and South Africa are the world powers. That control the production and supply of the precious element, which today is extracted as iron ore slag.
But why is it so important in production systems today
The reason has a lot to do with the increase in energy demand by large metropolises. increased cause oil and coal have to arrive by ship. cause they do not have their own deposits. And solar power , while expand rapidly, is still not efficient enough to keep BI Lists up with this demand. Fortunately, Bill Radvak , president of American Vanadium , thinks he has a solution to these problems. Vanadium in the 21st century American Vanadium decided to reopen a vanadium mine in Nevada in 2006 . Although his intention was to use the element in the traditional way, the use of vanadium for electrical networks opened up a whole field of research.