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  • Tesla Future

    costs of ownership" that eventually will allow "almost anyone could own a Tesla vehicle". The second part of the plan is to simply create a single company that generates and also stores affordable renewable energy that can be used by all of the electrical road vehicles and shared between users. He pictures this to be able to cut carbon emissions from energy and transport sectors in half along with bring an end to air pollution in urban…

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  • Total Cost Minimization

    Total cost Minimization What if everything was built by hand from the cars we drive to our smartphones we use all the time? Well you probably wouldn’t have that car your driving or the phone your using to text and tweet on, because it would take so long to be built buy hand the stocks would be extremely limited. Another reason you wouldn’t have it is because of its cost, the worker must work many hours to build these complex machines and at an extremely small production rate the market prices…

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  • What Is Tesla's Supercharging System?

    A world that is increasingly becoming unstable as time goes by because of human activity, it would seem logical for humanity to come together and form a solution to stopping something that is one day going to be extremely chaotic.Tesla motors is more than a car company, it 's a technology company. They base most of their revenue from cars and batteries but are starting to really enter a new bracket as an environmentalist company as well. They created plan which involved the creation of an…

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  • Case Study Of UNICEF

    UNICEF (United Nations International Children Emergency Fund) is available world-wide to provide aid or response to developing countries during natural disasters such as tsunamis, floods, earthquakes or tornadoes. The main objective of the United Nation’s program is to provide relief for women and children in need. Natural disasters are unpredictable and can happen at any given time. In most cases, UNICEF is deployed in scenarios similar to war zones with many civilians undergoing strict…

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  • Acid Rain Effects

    Introduction Acid rain is a rain that contains a high concentration of pollutants, chiefly sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide, released into the atmosphere by the burning of fossil fuels such as coal or oil .It can have harmful effects on plants, aquatic animals and infrastructure, when the sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide, react with the water . The chemicals in acid rain can cause paint to peel, corrosion of steel structures such as bridges, and weathering of stone buildings and statues.…

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  • 2116 Summer Olympic Games In Basuratagalog, Philippines

    prevent formation of dangerous dioxins. Lack of inorganic materials in the feedstock, produces only carbon-based syngas without toxic slag. Syngas can be converted into a biofuel similar to ethanol, or used to drive gas turbines for the city’s power grid. Syngas is cleaned to remove dangerous chemicals, which are reused by Basuratagalog’s chemical manufactures. Streamlined gasification makes emissions negligible and a smaller carbon footprint than incineration. Plasma gasification, solar power,…

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  • Hybrid Vehicles

    A hybrid vehicle uses two or more distinct types of power, such as internal combustion engine and electric motor. While there are many types of hybrid vehicles, this paper will mainly focus on hybrid electric vehicles. Hybrid cars are a combination of electric and gas powered engines, and combine the best of both to be much more practical than just a simple gas powered or fully electric car. In the world today there are hundreds of ways to travel, like trains, planes, boats and cars. The most…

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  • Wind Energy Efficiency

    Title: Evaluate the efficiency of any ONE item from within your subject area: wind power as a source of electricity SID: 6602318 Subject: MSc Electrical and Electronic Engineering Word Count: 1586 It has become a commonly held view that energy policy needs to change over the next fifty years (Ali 2012). The reliance on fossil fuels is unsustainable and expensive. Therefore, increased efforts to produce renewable energies have become a major factor in corporate energy…

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  • Wind Cooling Energy Rebuttal Essay

    Wind Cooling Energy- Rebuttal Central A/C System : Even though some people might say that Central A/C System cooling is the best method, I disagree with it. In fact it is the worst kind of cooling method because they have various negative points. Some might say that Central A/C System is the best as there is only one system to cool the entire area and they do not need that much of electricity. But according to the National Institutions Of Health these central A/C system units create…

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  • The Cause And Effects Of Water Scarcity

    1. INTRODUCTION By 2050, it is expected that the current global population would have increased by more than 50%. The countries with the greatest population growths ( Figure 2) are also situated in areas with the least availability of fresh water ( Figure 1). These countries are also predominantly poor and cannot implement expensive water retrieval and treatment methods. This results in great economic stress on wealthier countries. This report will provide information on the current water…

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