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Commercial aviation

| February 7, 2017

Introduction Yield management can be described as the collection of processes, techniques used by airlines to make its customers pay as much as possible for their seats, while maintaining load-factor., (Alderighi et al, 2012). Mittal et al (2013) added that it has become near impossible to sustain a business without affective yield management, in particular […]

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Sustainable Transport Policy

| December 12, 2016

1. Developing Countries and Transportation Transportation in developing countries is considered to be a significant influence on major global issues, many of which are associated with the state of the environment and of human life.

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Write an essay on buildings/architectural designs that wouldn’t have been possible without the use of computers

| November 18, 2016

    Introduction In this new age of globalization and competition, Architects have to keep pace with the advancements in technology. In building design, computers aid in drafting, modelling, and visualization. This essay analyses building and architectural designs that would not have been possible without the use of computers and cites relevant design examples that […]

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Pipeline Inspection at Petronet, South Africa

Pipeline Inspection at Petronet, South Africa

| April 7, 2014

Introduction Petronet, a local company that transports natural gas through underground pipelines across South Africa, had approached MA2K Testing Labs to conduct an investigation on a leakage on the pipeline, which was found during a random leak inspection. The Pipeline operates from Johannesburg to Potchefstroom. Upon inspection a joint was singled out as being a […]

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Effects of technology change on Sony Corp

Effects of technology change on Sony Corp

| December 23, 2012

Introduction Sony Corporation is one of the world’s top electronic company, based in Tokyo Japan. Sony came in to existence in 1946 and since then well known for its quality products.

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The impact of electronic resources on improving user satisfaction:a case study of aberdeen city central library reference unit.

| December 20, 2012

  Abstract This research work is geared towards identifying the impact of electronic resources on users’ satisfaction. This research was carried out by means of proper investigation; using the Reference Services Unit of Aberdeen City Central library as a case study. In realising the aim of this research, the researcher was able to raise a […]

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Critical Study of developing battery technology

| December 18, 2012

Introduction The battery technology for electric vehicles is constantly improving the capability of its charging and lifespan, enabling a longer-lasting battery to be applied to a potential electric car avoiding the replacement problem (Bernardes, Espinosa & Tenorio, 2004). Various types of batteries has been employed through the history of electric vehicles, varying from lead-acid as […]

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Examination of Twitter and how social media can be used by businesses rely on immaterial labor

| December 14, 2012

Abstract Nowadays the main trend on the net is the rissing numbers of Social media Appilications, which all have a common factor.  They all depend largely on the users-generated content in simle terms the users of the application. Users create the websites. The process of creating and adding content is a way of working which […]

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VHDL implementaion using spike sorting algorithm

VHDL implementaion using spike sorting algorithm

| December 14, 2012

Abstract This project implements an algorithm for VHDL implementation using spike sorting algorithm. This algorithm is based on k-means algorithm and. The main procedure includes three stages, writing the code in matlab, converting the code from matlab to VHDL, implementing the code in VHDL onto FPGA board. Firstly the given data of neurons is grouped […]

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Wind Energy and Power Optimization

Wind Energy and Power Optimization

| December 13, 2012

Introduction 1. Overview 1.1. Wind energy The wind energy is one of the sources of renewable energy which has many advantages over the non-conventional sources of energy. There are many topological and economical factors associated with the construction of the wind farm which decide upon the construction design of the wind turbine and the placement […]

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Comparison of hybrid vehicles with other types of power units

Comparison of hybrid vehicles with other types of power units

| December 11, 2012

1 Introduction 1.1 Investigation Purpose The times of low inflation have gone, especially in the resources centre and this is as a result of fossil fuels being capped with limit. Unfortunately, we can not reserve fossil fuels, such as coal and oil forever, though what we can do is introduce another power source for the […]

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Managing the successful design process of HVAC systems

| December 11, 2012

Introduction A good HVAC system design plays a critical role in creating an optimal building environment.  The design process of a HVAC system is complex process involving client’s needs, building regulation compliance, energy efficiency, environmental impact and sustainability. A lot of different professionals with distinct disciplines, such as clients, architects, structural and service engineers are […]

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The E-bomb: designed to destroy electrical circuits using strong electromagnetic fields

The E-bomb: designed to destroy electrical circuits using strong electromagnetic fields

| December 8, 2012

Introduction: History and background: The simple idea of an e-bomb is to destroy electrical circuits using strong electromagnetic fields. An e-bomb is a weaponry shell that sends out an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) of enormous power, capable of permanently disabling electronic systems. An electromagnetic bomb is a weapon instead of simply cutting off power in an […]

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Understanding of electrical properties

Understanding of electrical properties

| November 28, 2012

1. Introdution The corrosion of steel in concrete is an electro-chemical process which creates a current flow causing rebars to dissolve therefore it could be assess the probability of corrosion of steel by evaluating the electrical resistance of the concrete. The factor is measured in terms of resistivity and expressed in Ohm. The electric resistivity […]

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