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  • Value Creation In The Smart Factory

    and noise above 80 decibels, in year 2013, factory floors at the American manufacturing facilities accounted for 12.5% of the total gross domestic product. US manufacturing has come a long way, from cotton and Tabaco production in 1800 to modern day airplanes of the 20th century. Last two decades have seen unprecedented growth in automation in manufacturing facilities, however, internet of things (IoT) will be a new revolution to promote smart factory culture, moreover, as per the “Converging…

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  • Hybrid Cars Case Study

    1. Introduction The birth of industrial revolution have led to a series of widespread cases of air pollution in the world today. Industrialization have brought about an improved standard of living as well as contributing to our advancement in technology over the years. In general, air pollution refers to the presence of substance in the air which has harmful or poisonous effects. For example, volatile organic compounds. These carbon-based chemicals evaporate easily at ordinary temperatures and…

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  • Case Study Of Döhler Group

    The study was carried out in cooperation with Döhler Group due to their increasing needs because of their recent developments. Döhler was established in 1838 by Lorenz Döhler in Erfurt as a spice mill. The first products were various spice mixes. In 1892 the company was taken over by Wilhelm Gemmer but the known name was kept as Döhler. In 1948, after the World War II the company was relocated to Bad Wildungen and in 1957 to Darmstadt, where it remains till today. The products range and the…

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  • Overpopulation In The Industrial Revolution

    industrialists or factory owners, the middle class which were businessmen and over time became equal with the upper class and the working class who were the lowest of low. They toiled in coal mines and slaved away in intolerable conditions, dying from horrific working environments. In 1833, A factory act was set in place by the government to avoid child exploitation and were only permitted to work above the age of 9. However, this did not halt misconduct; according to a factory inspector from…

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  • Fourth Industrial Revolution: Uses And Challenges

    ‘superhuman’ if our brain, which is the most complex categorisation of matter in the universe, can be modified. [1] Therefore, the Fourth Industrial Revolution should be called a revolution. Industry 4.0 facilitates the vision and execution of a Smart Factory. Few of its core pillars are Advanced Automation, Sophisticated Data Analytics, and Industrial Cybersecurity and so on. Areas having impact on business, government and society are technology and services, advanced automation and augmented…

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  • Fossil Fuels Vs. Power For Combustion Engines

    The United States is one of the centerpieces for industry throughout the entire world. Throughout history, the U.S. has developed new machines and new sources of energy that made industry thrive, not only in the U.S. but in other countries as well. But what exactly made it possible for industry to thrive like it does today? For an industry to grow a source of energy must be used to power special tools and machines. As time passed, different sources of energy began to appear and help current…

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  • Essay On The Industrial Revolution In Great Britain

    were very poor. The greatest improvement in their lifestyle touched particularly the middle and upper classes. Cities became more developed, and networks of ships, canals and railroads were built. But the poor people, the ones who worked in the factories weren’t so happy. People had to work too many hours, for too little remuneration and all this in horrible conditions. Managers tended to recruit children and women because they could be hired for low wages. For example, one-fifth of workers was…

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  • Post Civil War Dbq Analysis

    Young boys, no more than 6 to 7 years old, completed the hazardous job of mining for coal.The breaker boys had the dirty job of separating slate, rocks, and other debris from coal by hand. The photograph captured the poorly ventilated areas of the factory that put the coal dust on their faces. The dust was serious health risk for their lungs. Even the place the kids stood or sat to take this photograph were not meant to support that weight. This dehumanizing was a result of the capitalists’…

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  • Immigration In The 19th Century Essay

    power, causing American people to respond with unions to help enforce the evils of big corporations. **During the market revolution, immigrants from the northern states were coming into the United States for a more industrial life. An increase of factories and advancements in transportations were beginning. This is similar during the gilded age while immigrants arrived in hopes to begin a new lifestyle. Many interventions boomed from the market revolution such as the cotton gin, reaper, and…

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  • Realism: The Rise Of Naturalism In Maggie By Stephen Crane

    written during the time of the industrial revolution, while the factories were a booming industry. The workers during this time were not compensated enough in which the people were low income, and often suffering from these conditions. The people weren't considered civilized and they were categorized as aggressive people. This traits were perhaps due to the change from the dated agricultural lifestyle to the upcoming industry of factories, due to this change also literary works were changing…

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