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    Web browser is a special program designed for viewing websites. It works via http requests to the server and receiving from it the information that is processed by a special approved standards and thus formed a web page. A brief history of the browser The very first browser within graphic interface is NCSA by company Mosaic. However, despite the fact that it is a pioneer in the field of browsers, the Mosaic development was discontinued in 1997 due to market losses. These problems begun when some employees of the NCSA moved to Netscape company and started development of a new and more advanced browser - Netscape Navigator. New browser was supposed to provide support for better standards and be much easier to use. In the same time Microsoft based open source of the first graphical browser Mosaic quickly gathered their own new browser - Interner Explorer. They turned it into a binding update to its Windows operating system 95. From now on every Windows user has been virtually deprived of choice. Stunning monopoly is a secret of the success of Internet Explorer. The brainchild of Microsoft quickly captured a niche and was about 95% of the market. In this regard, Netscape was forced to close its project. However, during that period of time they have taken quite the right decision, and it published the code under a free license MPL (which stands for Mozilla public License). It was a great contribution to the fight against Internet Explorer monopoly. New project Mozilla Firefox has…

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    Just how significant has technology been throughout the history of western society? I would argue that technology has had a highly significant role in the evolution of western society. There is no doubt that western society as we know it would hardly resemble itself without the many technological advances it went through. Most of these advances made life much easier on the people of the west and the world. That’s not to say that there were no downsides to any of these technological advances.…

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    the creation of Watts steam engine. It also allowed us to manufacture materials that were never able to be made before efficiently, gave electricity to cities and allowed the economy of many small countries to improve dramatically in a short period of time. The industrial revolution would not have been possible without coal powering the thousands of factories and plants around the world. Once the industrial revolution started in the late 1700s the demand for coal increased dramatically. By 1850…

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    day lives dating back at least two centuries. The earliest forms of technology don't look like anything like what we have today, but it has always made our lives more facile and preponderant. The industrial revolution took place in the 18th and 19th centuries, mostly in the rural components of Europe and America. Without the genuine upgrades of substantial scale assembling, transportation and correspondence we wouldn't be wherever close where we are today to the extent innovation.Technology…

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    To install the cylinder head onto the engine, it is essential to design a timing drive system to link them together. The design of the timing drive assembly can not only rotate the camshafts, but also required to control the opening and closing of the valves, and the movement of the pistons. For the international combustion engine, there are two main solutions: teethed belt and chain. The crucial function of the timing drive system is to provide drive to the engine’s camshaft(s) and a constant…

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    of Automotive Engines Straight/Inline Engines These type of engines have a cylinder after the other one in a line. According to Rapid-Racer.com (2015), most of 4 cylinder vehicles have these type of engines. There are also a few 5 or 6 cylinder engines but it’s only seen in European cars. Due to their smaller size it is cheaper to repair and also because of this it is designed for FF cars which are Front Wheel Drive. V-Type Engines According to Rapid-Racer.com (2015), these types of engines…

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    Navy Career Analysis

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    components in the plant. Steam is the best method to power larger ships. That is why it powers the largest ships in the Navy. Its inherent efficiency is why most civil power plants are also steam driven. The drawback to steam is the space required to operate such a plant restricts use to mainly large ships. Also, the high maintenance cost or maintaining the plant, feed water, pumps, and condensers make steam most costly on smaller scales than the benefits of its efficiency. Steam turbines…

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    Briggs and Stratton is an American industrial company that primarily is involved in engineering, developing, and manufacturing internal combustion gas engines for small power machines. The company was started in 1908 and they are the world’s leading producer in small engines and specialize in products such as: generators, pressure washers, snow blowers, air compressors, and lawnmower engines. The Briggs and Stratton plant in Auburn has been in service since August of 1995. The company has been a…

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    Parametric study and Optimization of C.I Engine Using Plastic Pyrolysis Oil for low NOx emissions Using Taguchi Method Abstract: Fossil fuel shortage and severe environmental problems have attracted great attention on the exploitation of clean renewable energies. The utilization of lignocellulosic biomass resources will play an increasingly important role in the future. The objective of the study is to optimize the parameters such as plastic pyrolysis oil diesel blend %, injection pressure and…

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    Dodge Ram 1500

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    When it comes to buying a new truck, you have big jobs to do, and your truck must be able to meet the challenge. The Ford F-150 and the Dodge Ram 1500 are both up to those challenges. Performance Dodge equipped the Ram 1500 with a number of engine options, which includes Canada’s best-selling engine, the 3.6L Pentastar™ VVT V6 capable of 305 horses and 269 lb-ft of torque. In addition, if power is on your wish list, you can equip the Ram 1500 with a 5.7 HEMI® V8, which just happens to be one…

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