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    Power Outage Case Study

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    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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    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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    Problem: The research questions being examined in this investigation is, How can we generate electricity by using Potatoes to light an electric bulb? Background Information: How does a potato battery work? The copper (Cu) particles pull in electrons more than the zinc (Zn) molecules. On the off chance that you put a portion of copper and a piece of zinc in contact with each other, numerous electrons go from the zinc to the copper. As they focus on the copper, the electrons repulse each other.…

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    Burris Optic Case Study

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    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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    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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    Workplace violence is prevalent in the healthcare setting. There is an abundance of evidence suggesting that the violence in healthcare settings, especially towards nurses, is increasing (2003). Nurses are the most likely of all healthcare professions to be assaulted. Nurses are exposed to many different factors that can increase their risk. The violence can be physical or verbal and can come from patients and visitors. There are four different types of workplace violence. The first is criminal…

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    Chapter 13 looked at homicide and physical assault. When it comes to the scope of exposure it was stated in the book that “comparing rates of physical assaults across nations is difficult because legal definitions of crime differ. In addition, there is limited access information about physical assaults that are not reported to police. If the legal definition of physical assault differs in two countries or if the proportion of cases reported to police in each country differs, then comparisons…

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    How does a variation in the concentration of metal ions of the cathode in a Zinc-Copper electrochemical cell affect the electrical potential? Introduction: In a highly technological and quickly developing society, it is imperative to innovation that basic components are understood and explored to further expansion and advancement. In order to understand how everyday necessities such as cars, computers, and cell phones are constantly powered, it must first be understood what is in a battery as…

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    Do any of you guys have any noteworthy encounters with the police, Good or Bad? please share This will be long ass shit, FYI I 'll start: around September 2013, I was working as facilities engineer, which is a dirty job. I pretty much carried around an entire toolkit with me most days, i.e a hammer, screwdriver, boxcutter, drywall patch and etc. As I 'm heading home for the day, listening to music, two men grabbed me from behind and tried to drag me down to the curb. I did what anyone would…

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    Sexual Assault On Campus

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    We all have heard of sexual assault happening around the world. One concerning case would be in campus. Campus sexual assault happens as well and some may be handled good others not so much. But with even all of that is there more preventions for this to not happen again or do people look the other way causing it to happen more often? Campuses do have all this programs to help out victims who suffered this type of violence but it seems to not spread the word to prevent this happening again.…

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