Electric Cars Problem

Hello there, I have an idea:

Chargeable Electric Cars! What an original one huh? But listen to this, these electrocars have two problems and I think one of them ultimately solvable. Interested? Read on.

Görüntü 5Even if you have a lenghty chit-chat with oil guy, it will take 15 minutes to fill your tanker full. Your fossil fuel car can reach a 700-1000 km range.  If you fill it four times, it makes 3400 kms for a hour worth of fill.

So how is it like for Electric Cars? Let’s assume the best. Tesla! Tesla is electric car firm founded by the American inventor Elon Musk . So what how far does it take us with one hour of charge –> 102 kms!

If you fill it up with Tesla’s super stations it can get you 544 kilometers for one hour of charge. 3400 vs 544 it is no fair game. Still it is practical to get you from your job to home for 15 minutes of charge.

The problem is, method. The technology we are using is not based on a liquid fuel that burns. We are using a battery that uses chemical mumbo jumbo to achieve our get-go. Naturally this takes time.

How about this: Plug&Go Batteries!

Yes, exactly like a toy electric car. If the battery is too heavy, we can just divide it to carriable units.  We can still have stations, and there we can have super-charges. Our workers can replace the batteries and it would only take approximately 20 minutes. The station can charge us for electricity and money. If we use a battery with same performance and the procedure takes 20 minutes: One hour of our refill time takes us to 1468 kilometers! I don’t know you but I think it is feasible and will be more feasible by developing battery technology. Did I mention a greener planet?

Thank you for reading!

Elektrikli Arabalar Problemi!

Merhabalar!

Bu yazım kısa olacak ve bir fikrimden bahsedeceğim:

Şarj edilebilir elektrikli arabalar! Ne kadar orjinal değil mi? Bir de şunu dinleyin: şarj edilebilir arabaların sıkıntısı şarj süresi ve menzili; aslında menzil o kadar problem değil ama şu şarj süresi?

Normal yakıtlı bir araba taş çaGörüntü 5tlarsa 15 dakikalık bir depo ikmalinden sonra 700-1000 km arasında gidebiliyor. Bu bir saatlik depo ikmali için bu 3400 km demek!

Peki bu elektrikli arabalar için nasıl? En iyisini örnek alalım, Tabii ki Tesla! Tesla, Elon Musk isimli Amerikan bir mucidin kurduğu bir firma. Peki ne kadarda şarj oluyor bu arabalar? Eğer normal ev elektriği kullanırsanız bir saatte 102 km!

Eğer Tesla’nın icat ettiği süper istasyonlarda şarj ederseniz Tesla elektrikli arabanızın menzili, bir saatlik şarj için 544 km’ye kadar çıkabiliyor. 3400 nere, 544 nere dediğinizi duyar gibiyim: Peki çare ne? Benim önerim şöyle:

Sıkıntı yöntemde! Kullandığımız teknoloji sıvı bir yakıt değil ki, bir hortumla hızlı bir şekilde dolduralım. Kimyasal bir tepkimeyle enerjiyi hapsediyoruz, sonra ters tepkimeyle ortaya çıkan enerjiyi kullanıyoruz. Ve bu haliyle zaman alıyor. Şöyle olsa daha güzel olmaz mı? Piller takıp çıkarılabilir olsun!

Evet, oyuncak arabalar gibi takıp çıkarılabilir piller! Bir pil ünitesi ne kadar ağır olabilir ki? Eğer bir insanın kaldırabileceği makul ağırlıktan fazla ise böleriz.. Yine istasyonlarımız olur, burada da hızlı-şarj uniteleri; beden işçilerimiz hızlı bir şekilde bizim pillerimizi alır, taze pilleri takarak bizi uğurlarlar. Biz de istasyona yaptığı hizmetin ve elektiriğinin parasını öderiz. Gene aynı performansta bir pil kullansak ve işlem 20 dakika sürse, bir saatlik dolum işleminin bizi götüreceği menzil: 1468 km! 1632 km olması lazım diyenler olabilir(yukarıdaki hesabı yaparak), fakat bir tesla pili sizi en fazla 306 mil götürüyor, bu 489 km eder.. Sizi bilmiyorum ama bence gayet makul ve pil teknolojisi geliştikçe daha da fizibil hale gelecek… Ha bu arada dünyayı daha az kirleteceğimizden bahsetmiş miydim?

Finding Your Personal Break-Even Point!

We are living in a merchandised world. Everything we see merchandised; through conventional pay or being subject to advertisement. Even we as human beings are mechandised, at the end of the day we are all working for money.

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The point here is when we are making decisions over our monetary life; we rarely calculate our own break even point. If your sole purpose here is to increase your overall money flow at the end of the month, I beg to differ that you are wrong.

I think we have more than many occassions that we may need to calculate our breakeven point in your professional life but most particular ones are:

1- Changing your job!

2- Starting your own businesses!

So let’s start with the first one, how can we assess our value at changing our jobs:

If we take aside all the other factors and focus on the concept of money; what we need to realize is we are paid for our time. Our time and effort there in, is what we generally sell. So we are earning 2100 $ but working for 300 hours a month; then you are making 7 $ per hour. Especially in Turkey, people tend to ignore how many hours they work. To make a reference of how much we are earning, we can take a peek at this wikipedia page. So it is money divided by our working hours folks. IMO, the main perfomance indicator we need to increase is our money per hour.

You can earn 4000 Turkish Liras, but if you are working 400 hours to earn it;then you are in a far worse position than a McDonals Employee in US(They striked 3 times in last 2 years).

Starting your own business!

This one is a tricky one. So we want to start our own business and set about it. Same applies here, how much time we put into our work is important. Our most valuable asset is our time,we always give value to our time. So whether our business starts to earn money or not; calculate as if we have a monthly wage. Let’s say you have 4000 TL worth of monthly wage:

4000 TL / 160 hours = 25 TL / Hour

If we spend 300 hours for our business; the time we project to earn 7500 Liras ( 300 x 25) in profits as our share, is our personal breakeven point!

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This was all money talk. What I tried to stress here was our time is the most important aspect in almost any decision. Don’t treat it as just a mere commodity.

This was my first post in LinkedIN and I hope you liked it. You are welcome to comment. Have a nice day and a wonderful life.