Face shield cannot be saved from Corona, world’s fastest supercomputer considered

New Delhi For the last 7 months, people all over the world have been battling the coronavirus epidemic. No country remained untouched by Kovid-19 and now the disease is holding everyone in its grip like an elusive. Every day new methods are coming out for prevention of corona infection. Scientists from all countries including India are working on the vaccine to protect it.

In order to win the battle of Corona, it has become common practice to follow masks, face covers, gloves and social distancing, so now people are adopting other ways to protect themselves from this infection. Due to the outbreak of Kovid-19, it is now difficult for people who have made long distances to stay away from each other. These days, people are seen using plastic face shield for outside traffic and work in office. But it cannot prevent the entry of corona.

According to a simulation of the Japanese supercomputer Fugaku, the plastic face shield that people wear as a shield to avoid Kovid-19 these days has not been proven to be an effective tool in capturing aerosols. This plastic shield cannot protect anyone completely from Kovid.

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The world’s fastest supercomputer Fugaku simulated the plastic face shield used during the Kovid-19, in which 100 per cent of airborne droplets were smaller than 5 micrometers that could be saved even through plastic wizards. So it shows that you cannot reduce the effect of Kovid infection even with such transparent masked face shield. Explain that one millionth of a meter is a micrometer. According to a government-backed research institute, about half a large drop of more than 50 micrometers was also able to escape into the air.

Motu Tsubokura, the head of the team at Riken’s center for computer science, told the Guardian that the face shield should not be seen as an alternative to masks, and further stated that visors were far less effective than face masks Huh.

It is known that the speed of the Fugaku supercomputer of the Japanese company Riken Scientific Research Center is very fast. Which can count 415 quadrillion in a second. It has also found out how water droplets spread through the breath. It is being told that this supercomputer is also engaged in searching the corona virus vaccine.


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