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Advantages of Renewable Energy

Advantages of Renewable Energy

| December 22, 2012

WRITEPASS – ENGINEERING DISSERTATION – CUSTOM ESSAY WRITING Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND 1.1 Introduction “In the last few years, the idea of having small-scale energy sources or micro-sources, distributed over a grid has gained a considerable interest. Innovations in the technology and changing economic and regulatory environment have been the main driver behind this growing […]

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The value of knowledge: the role of Knowledge Management and Innovation

| December 15, 2012

Introduction Knowledge is a powerful weapon for any institution, whether belonging to business, politics, social work or art. It plays a vital role in the functioning of any organisation, especially if the organisation is a business organisation seeking to take maximum advantage of the knowledge that it is has collected and organised, making sure it […]

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Government backed initiatives to promote female participation in STEM

Government backed initiatives to promote female participation in STEM

| December 15, 2012

Introduction This essay aims to explore the UK based initiatives designed to promote female participation within Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematical (STEM) disciplines focusing predominately on Physics. The essay will consider the different teaching techniques and styles that have been researched and implemented in order to appeal specifically to a female audience and their relative […]

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Investigate the erosive characteristics of targets using a centrifugal accelerator erosion tester

Investigate the erosive characteristics of targets using a centrifugal accelerator erosion tester

| December 11, 2012

ABSTRACT Erosive wear is the phenomenon of removal of the surface of any component basing on different conditions due to high-speed impact of solid, liquid or gaseous particles. It is a common occurrence on most plant and machineries and manufacturing industries. The phenomenon of erosive wear has been studied for many years, and still research […]

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Critical Study of the Development of a Vertical Axis Wind Turbine at Cliff Searle

| December 11, 2012

Abstract The completion of this project would not have been possible without the help and assistance of my supervisor Prof. Paul Wagstaff and Kingston University lab technicians Dean Wells and Cliff Searle. Tremendous thanks must be given for all of their time and efforts in aiding with this investigation. It served as a good insight […]

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Study of government backed initiatives to promote female participation in Physics and Mathematics

Study of government backed initiatives to promote female participation in Physics and Mathematics

| December 7, 2012

Introduction This essay aims to explore the UK based initiatives designed to promote female participation within Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematical (STEM) disciplines focusing predominately on Physics. The essay will consider the different teaching techniques and styles that have been researched and implemented in order to appeal specifically to a female audience and their relative […]

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