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    Off Grid for Single Household Usage: Attic Wind Turbine Electricity Generation Abstract- This research paper presents a small attic wind turbine system consists of 120 Volt Direct Current, 2500 rpm, 60 Watts generator which is attached to the rooftop ventilator wind turbine. When the ventilator turbine rotates at a low current wind speed, the generator produces DC voltage high enough to charge to the 12 Volt, 125 Ampere hour batteries bank for household appliances or lighting usage. The…

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    about 2332 patents worldwide proving he was really a great inventor. However, what proved his amazing skilling creating/designing are the useful products that are used throughout society till date. Edison’s inventions/designs such as the first electrical power grid, the light bulb, the alkaline battery and the world’s first movie camera, really made a huge impact on today’s modern society, changing major aspects of everyday life. One of Edison’s most famous inventions till date is the light…

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    (similar to electric battery) to produce a steady flow of electric current by using the chemical reactions. His great invention is that “he transmitted the electricity by linking positive and negatively charged connectors and driving voltage or electrical charge through them. In 1831, Michael Faraday made a crude power generator (known as electric dynamo) to solve the problem of generating electric current in practical way. So it became feasible to use. He used the magnet in his invention. In…

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    Harland Bartholomew name might be not as widely known as Ebenezer Howard, Jane Jacobs, or Robert Moses, but it can be argued that he is just as important to how city planners are impacted today through his theories and methods. Bartholomew was a city planner that lived from 1889 to 1989 (Lovelace, 1993). He was one of the original municipal planners and has influenced city planning profession from 1914 to present day. Bartholomew’s influence and notability in city planning has three distinct…

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    Petrofirst Case Analysis

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    1.1 About the company PetroFirst is the flagship project of PetroFirst Energy TechnoSolutions Pvt. Ltd. to build an integrted web based platform for energy industry comunity building and knowldge sharing. With the mission of comunity building and knowledge sharing, Petrofirst presents a new and distinct online platform that combines the whole industry including profesionals, students and academia in one coherent environment. Besides online course delivery platform, PetroFirst offers…

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    Odoo Community Case Study

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    4.3 Odoo Community Software Odoo Community is a free open-source business applications which provides more than thousand modules to use for the business purposes such as Sales, CRM, Project, Inventory Management, Accounting and Finance Management, etc. Users can use Odoo Community on the cloud or on-site. It suits for small or medium companies. Moreover, users can adapt the modules or the functions inside each module to make it be more compatible with their need since it is flexible. AYE…

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    Abstract Cloud computing is a network based model to provide convenient, on demand and pay per user access to a set of shared resources. Currently cloud computing is in early stages and facing the threats and risks which include security, data leakage, insecure interface and inside attacks. Concept of cloud computing is not new for computer users; it has been in use for decades. In early days of computing a single computer was shared by many users (companies). Another analogy for cloud computing…

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    ABSTRACT: In cloud computing, load balancing is one of the key issues. Load is a measure of the amount of work that a computation system performs which can be classified as CPU load, memory capacity and network load. Load balancing is the process of apportioning the load among various nodes of a distributed system to improve both resource utilization and job response time. Load balancing ensures that every node in the network does approximately equal amount of work (as per their capacity) at…

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    3.1 Understanding Cloud Computing (IBM, 2014 [17]) Cloud computing, often referred to as simply ‘the cloud’ is the delivery of on-demand computing resources everything from applications to data centres over the internet on a pay-for-use basis. Cloud computing is the practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage, and process data, rather than a local server or a personal computer. The salient characteristics of cloud computing based on the definitions…

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    1.1 INTRODUCTION TO CLOUD COMPUTING The running generation of world, cloud computing has become the most powerful, chief and also lightning technology. The term Cloud refers to a Network or Internet. In other words, we can say that Cloud is something, which is present at remote location. Cloud can provide services over network, i.e., on public networks or on private networks, i.e., WAN, LAN or VPN. Applications such as e-mail, web conferencing, customer relationship management (CRM), all run in…

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