At the age of 16, Vineet of Aurangabad has done what the scientists of big countries have not been able to do. Vineet has made such an invention, which has attracted the attention of not only the country but also other countries.
Vineet Kumar, son of Dhanesh Prajapati and Suni Devi, resident of Dehra village of Aurangabad block, who teaches in inter science of Sachchidanand Sinha College of the city, has devised an idea to make petrol, LPG and tiles from plastic. Currently, he is making petrol and LPG out of waste plastic. Vineet told that 800 grams of petrol, 200 grams of LPG are prepared from one kg of plastic and from the residue left, it makes tiles. He wants to give a big shape to his invention.
First the plastic is deposited and it is melted at high temperature with the help of chemicals. Where plastic dissolves, the amount of oxygen is negligible. The plastic is converted into gas after melting. Then there is a process of catalytic reduction with gas inside the machine.
The gas is reacted with the catalyst and passed through high nitrogen, after which it is converted into liquid. After this it becomes ethin, from which petrol and diesel are prepared. The petrol that cannot be made is obtained as LPG. Tiles and bricks are made from flyash found in the form of residue.
Vineet has been honored by many countries. Last month, 30 countries participated in the International Innovative Fair held in Hyderabad in December. Vineet led Bihar. The scientists of these countries were stunned by the talent of Vineet. Of these, six countries Poland, Portugal, China, Crotia, Brazil and South Africa have invited for their research here. Countries like Europe, Portugal have given him the award for Best Innovator. He has also praised Vineet for PMO and ISRO.