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    Database Driven Organisations To initiate about databases, they are valuable across the world by people as individuals or predominantly by businesses for various reasons in which I will evaluate below. The title derives from incorporating any amounts of data from small to large scaled into a base, a base is a foundation that brings this data into one area (usually software) for ease of access, management, processing and locating in an organised manner. Figure 1: Yell, (2016), Wok & Go Yell Page Screenshot [ONLINE]. Available at: https://www.yell.com/biz/wokandgo-nottingham-7983471/ [Accessed 19 November 2016]. Moving on, the importance or usability of databases is global, this is because it is often very difficult for a person or business…

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    soldering an electrical circuit or building a model plane and say, “You’re going to be an engineer!” So I studied mechanical engineering, got a job with a big aerospace company, and I liked it. Intellectually, it was a perfect fit for me: solving intricate problems all day. But something was missing. It all seemed a little abstract: did this gas turbine engine component I designed have any direct impact on the world? Did it actually help anyone? I assumed if I took on bigger and bigger…

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    To identify the preferred rotation direction, a blower performance analysis is needed. A blower is usually an enclosed multiblade rotor that compresses air to a higher discharge pressure. Blower is also known as fan, but, traditionally, blowers do not discharge air at low pressure as some fans do. Figure 1.6 – CENTRIFUGAL BLOWER Dryers use centrifugal blower, where air is radially discharged from the impeller, (or fan wheel), so turns 90° from its inlet to its outlet (Figure 1.6). Air…

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    Turbine Test Rig

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    The analysis of turbines is no easy feat to accomplish. With an ever expanding need to generate efficient energy, a way to increase efficiency is to find ways to improve turbine technology. The best way to analyze different turbine set ups is the usage of a turbine test rig. There are multitudes of types of these rigs with reasons for and against them. These rigs are incredibly expensive to build and keep up. But they provide vital information about turbine performance and enable the improvement…

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    Aircraft Propulsion Essay

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    system consists of an aircraft engine and propellers or propulsive nozzle for producing thrust. An aircraft propulsion system must achieve two things. First, the system should be able to produce enough thrust that it must be equivalent to the drag on cruising airplane. Secondly its thrust should be able to exceed the drag on the airplane so that it can accelerate. The greater the excess thrust the faster will plan accelerate. Some aircrafts like airliners or cargo planes use high bypass fans…

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    Jet Engine History

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    A jet engine is a sort of engine that releases a quick moving jet of gas to produce thrust as per Newton's third law of motion. This expansive meaning of jet engines incorporates turbojets, turbofans, rockets, ramjets, pulse jets and pump-jets, yet in like but in common term usage, the term commonly refers to a gas turbine Brayton cycle engine, an type of engine with a revolving compressor fueled by a turbine, with the remaining energy providing thrust. In today’s modern age of aviation, jet…

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