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How it works?
"Yula" is the first industrial green conversion system with an ability to work on highways: when the car hits the pedal on the road, it causes a helical rod to rotate a generator’s rotor, thus producing energy.

Further, a bottom spring manages to return the mechanism to its original position which, thanks to special clutch tool, allows the rotor shaft to continue spinning like the baby Russian toy Yula does.

After that every new Watt of energy passes through a rectifier to be transformed from AC to DC in order to charge the battery on the ECharge charging stations located near the road and be used for the EV charging there finally.
What it looks like?
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Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University is a major Russian technical university located in Saint Petersburg. The university is considered to be one of the top research facilities in Russian Federation and is a leading educational facility in the field of applied physics and mathematics (Scientific supervisor: Aleksey Grachev).

#37 in Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings in "Engineering"*

#1 in Times Higher Education (THE) Russian University Rankings in "Engineering"*

*THE World University Rankings, 2020
Why it works?
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