Scope and Method of the Design of a Dog Powerhouse

Scope and Method of Dog Powerhouse Design

Like we discussed earlier, the design of Dog Powerhouse can be split into four parts for convenience;

  1. Introduction to the Design of Dog Powerhouse
  2. Design requirements to be incorporated in a Dog Powerhouse
  3. Scope and Method of the Design of Dog Powerhouse
  4. Guide to Designing a Dog Powerhouse

In this article, we will discuss in detail, the training methods to be adopted to train the dogs to run the Dog Powerhouse for the generation of electricity. We will also discuss the about the maintenance of the Dog Powerhouse.

Indian Pariah Dog
Indian Pariah Dog

The Pariah dog’s adaptations to training and regularized life style needs to experimented under a close watch by the care takers. The slums, most populated colonies of stray dogs have successfully adopted them and trained them to serve their needs. Thus, the results of the experiment towards civilizing the out-casted should yield positive results.

The gears enhanced the power of the training wheels and do not demand the extraordinary course of exercise from the animal. The next question is of handling of numbers. The stray dogs cannot be managed in the packs of more than 50. Hence, the need of segregation and division of small colonies (similar to the colonies in which the pariah dogs breed on streets and in residential localities).

These pack of dogs hence can be organized into batches in accordance to their newly formed colonies (towards which they are bound to be friendly by nature). Thus reducing the effort required for managing and increasing the output of work.

The adaptations to timings can be initiated by pharmaceutical methods, which can be taken off as the dogs adapt to the new system. Hygienic standards are to be maintained with the extreme hilt. Open spaces for loitering, accommodation for loitering during daytime and night time are to be provided. The sterilization and vaccination are a compulsion and have to be carried out with same regards. A constant eye on health of each dog, regular check ups will further reduce the chance of outbreak of diseases.

Training is to be given to the dogs using a traditional technique (making the dog chase a moving object). The dogs can be trained by batched in lines of six. The scope of the project is achieve defined energy profits by utilizing the energy of stray dogs and at the same time eliminating the problems caused in the society because of the stray dogs.

Maintenance Per Unit

Food – 1 kg rice + 100gms beef + 2 Eggs

Medical, Shelter and Labour – Rs. 15

Hygiene + Sanitation – Rs. 10


8 hrs – 1000 watts

2000 watts

Watts in terms of units

1W – 6 units

1000W – 6000 units

Generation of power in 4 hours

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