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    Saskpower Case Summary

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    Program in 2010. The main purpose of this technology was to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of metering customers' electricity usage. Saskpower completed its vendor procurements and selected Sensus for supply of meters and AMI technology and Grid One solutions for the installations. The first field testing began in 2012 in Hanley, SK. After that a lot of meters were installed. In 2014, over a period of three weeks eight meters caught fire. This incident halted the further installation…

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    Wind Distortions Essay

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    turbine generating system. It is defined as fluctuation of voltage in a frequency 10-35 Hz. Flicker is considered as a serious drawback and limits the maximum amount of wind power generation that can be connected to the power grid. Many factors affect flicker emission of grid connected wind turbines during continuous operation. Variable-speed wind turbines show better performance related to flicker emission in compared to fixed-speed wind turbines. The flicker study is necessary and important as…

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    Concept Of Green Hotel

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    the sea. So it not only we can provide the ocean or lagoon view to our guests. But also we can use the nature resource convenient. This paper explain the following of our utilities: Overview of Grass is Green Hotel, materials used for the hotel, electrical systems, laundry, water systems, food and solid waste recycling and HVAC. Overview: The Grass is Green hotel features 88 rooms, and all suites for a maximum family comfort, all rooms have ocean or lagoon view. Different suits are available,…

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    John Mauchly Essay

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    John Mauchly pioneered the field of computer science and built the foundation for all modern computing with the creation of the world 's first fully functional digital computer, the ENIAC. The ENIAC, completed in 1946 at the University of Pennsylvania, occupied 1800 square feet, weighed 30 tons, had 18000 vacuum tubes, and cost about $5,000,000 in modern dollars (ENIAC Definition from PC Magazine Encyclopedia). John Mauchly originally conceived the ENIAC as a tool for statistical weather…

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    students to finish the tasks, showing extraordinary teamwork spirit and time management skills. As the one in charge of inter-group communication, I did my best in my position to ensure close cooperation and promote the project progress. Study of Electrical Engineering offered me more opportunities to realize the conceptional ideas through hardware, analyze data, and analyze and optimize the simulated circuit. In my spare time, driven by the insatiable hunger for computer science, I also made…

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    Electrical Instrumentation is a very well field to go into since there are very many job opportunities in any plant that produces something. For anyone who comes out of this program has a broad range of opportunities to peruse. I researched three different jobs that have a requirement of Electrical Instrumentation Technology (EIT). The first job that will be discussed is a Power Generation Engineer at CPS Energy. The second job is Electrical instrumentation technician at a Canadian…

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    Mohsin Yaqub ENGR 482-917 Dr. Glen Miller 10/03/2017 Virtue Ethics and Computer Engineering Virtue Ethics has been around for centuries and even today brings value to the lives of people. Virtue Ethics aims to achieve living “The good life”, this theory states that if one wants to do well then they must be good. As a Computer Engineer, I believe that doing well means doing something that would bring meaning into the world. Promoting goodness and living an altruistic life to create a…

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    Group Assignment 1- Product innovation by Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Product Name- Metsmall Subject- Product & Brand Management by Dr. Sanjay Patro Group Details- Sl.No. Description SID ID 1 Sumiran Kumar Ghosh RB 15027 2 Tejaswini Mantha RB 15035 3 Vikas Raj RB 15053 Table of Contents: 1. Executive Summary 2. Metsmall- a smart decision - Introduction - Types of diabetes - Epidemiology in India - Treatment Guidelines 3. Market summary - Target customer segment - Target…

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    Your World! You should let your electrician "electrify" your world in a positive instead of negative way. They're the pros you turn to whenever there's an electrical problem in your home that involves more than simply flipping the breaker upwards after it went down or waiting for the brief power outage to finally end. The most delicate of electrical jobs involve the risk of electrocution, so you must never attempt to fix such problems and let a qualified, certified, and duly licensed NYC…

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    Karson Surgeon Case Study

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    I am excited to introduce Karson Spurgeon, a fellow senior who highlights the uniqueness of this class with his work, his personality, and his variety of talents. Karson works at McDonald’s, which sheds light on his contribution to the community. The common worker often remains overlooked in society, but these workers form the basic, necessary structure of our society. With this job he and other workers have the ability to serve those in the community, alluding to his hardworking and helpful…

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