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  • Power Outage Case Study

    network up and running and powered but forget that the hardware in a network produces heat which needs to be removed so the system does not begin to overheat with the hardware being damaged by the excess heat. This all being caused by a lack of power to the HAVAC system which is itself a major power draw as such any backup generator will need to be able to keep the network and the HAVAC system going so as not to accidentally damage the network hardware by simply leaving it running (ZSIDISIN, MELNYK, & RAGATZ, 2005). With more recent advances it is now becoming possible for yet another solution to be used for dealing with a sudden loss of power in the network. This alternative is to use a combination of photovoltaic cells and a large backup battery system to effectively allow for the creation a self-contained power grid for the business. This solution is new so therefore not very cheap though the cost of doing so are dropping at a rapid pace allowing businesses that once would have liked to the idea to be able to afford to do so or at least now be able to plan when they can since the rate at which the cost are decreasing have been very steady (Ipakchi & Albuyeh, 2009). Furthermore the cost can be offset by the new setup allowing the business to forgo pulling power form the grid entirely if setup correctly thereby saving a large amount of money on utility bills. This also means the business now has the potential to operate independent of the main grid without being completely…

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  • Laptop And Tablets Advantages And Disadvantages

    part of daily life recently, and most adults have their own personal device to either communicate, work, or relax on. Tablets and computers play a large part in these daily occurrences as well, but what’s the right device to use? Is it just a work computer? Or something to keep the kids occupied while on a long car ride? Laptops and tablets are both great devices, but they have differences that set them apart in the consumer market such as design, portability, control, display, and intended use.…

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  • Burris Optic Case Study

    This particular scope offers 130 MOA adjustments for both elevation and windage. That’s 65 MOA in any direction, allowing plenty of room for adjustment. When it comes to scopes, MOA is the most common and stands for “Minute of Angle” and while technically this means 1/60th of an angular degree, it is commonly associated with linear inches; this is because 1 MOA very closely corresponds to 1 inch at a distance of 100 yards. One major benefit of MOA adjustment is that it allows for more precise…

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  • Capacitance Properties Of Polyaniline Essay

    in 1M H2SO4 and 2M H2SO4 on SS electrode. The electrochemical characterization of the electrode was carried out by means of cyclic voltammetry, convolutive voltammetry and derived chronoamperometry. The results show that polyaniline has a high specific capacitance of 702.1 F.g-1 and 810.5 F.g-1 at 10 mV s-1 in 1M H2SO4 and 2M H2SO4 respectively. This indicates the promising feasibility of the polyaniline used as an electrochemical capacitor material in the sulphuric acid solutions.…

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  • Kidnapping Vs. False Imprisonment: The Type Of Crime Case Study

    Introduction In crimes against persons, typically assault or battery is the type of crime committed. In this body of work, the comparison and contrast of assault and battery will be explained. The determination whether or not the jurisdiction in which the crime has occurred should be considered in the actions of the man in the scenario attack as well as if it should be punished as battery. A description of what it would take to change this from battery and/or assault to consensual…

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  • Mobility Scooters Research Paper

    Buyers should be aware that some portable scooters (the smaller ones) do not have an adjustable rudder. Therefore, they must determine if the fixed position of the rudder is good for them. Batteries : Mobility scooters use 12-volt batteries to power the electric motor. The operating time of a scooter depends on the size of its batteries, and this is reflected in ampere-hours. In the lower range of scooters we find batteries 12Ah and the upper end 75 Ah. A powerful luxury scooter is probably…

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  • Operating Principles In PEM Fuel Cell

    Chapter-III OPERATING PRINIPLE AND LOSSES IN PEM FUEL CELL The polymer membrane is the heart of the PEM fuel cell which has some unique features. It allows protons but it is impermeable to gases, and hence it is known as a Proton Exchange Membrane. The membrane, which is squeezed between two electrodes (electrically conductive carbon cloths or carbon fiber papers) acts as electrolyte. A layer of catalyst particles (platinum) is placed at the interface between the porous electrode and polymer…

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  • Military Sexual Assault Paper

    Military sexual assault is a pervasive problem throughout the military, despite numerous initiatives to end it. While the military is starting to see an increase in sexual assault reporting, there’s still a fraction of men and women who choose not to report (Groves, 2013). Sexual assault is alarmingly common in the U.S. military, and no one dares to speak up about it. Statistics report that thirty-eight service members are sexually assaulted a day and not enough has been done to address this…

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  • The Importance Of Batteries

    A. Batteries are significant for their great ability to power a variety of devices, being able to be used in everything from cars to music players. The utility of batteries has made them indispensable to modern life. 1. Batteries are required to power the massive amounts of electronics used in the modern world. (Battery. (2008). In K. L. Lerner & B. W. Lerner (Eds.), The Gale Encyclopedia of Science (4th ed., Vol. 1, pp. 490-493). a. Most portable electronic devices require batteries to…

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  • Criminal Liability Case Study

    This crime would fall under factual causation, as Sam would not have sustained the injury but for Liam swinging the bar stool in order to hit Tom. The actus reas of this crime is when Liam swings the bar stool and hits Sam with it inflicting some bruising. This act will fall under battery; battery is the infliction of violence. As it is unclear as to whether Sam apprehended the attack it cannot fall under common assault as common assault relies on the victim apprehending the immediate threat of…

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