Category Archives: Engineering

Journals from Engineering

Solar Energy Generation Potential Estimation in India and Gujarat, Andhra, Telangana States

Author(s):T. Harinarayana, K. Jaya Kashyap ABSTRACT It is well known that the rampant increase for the demand of electricity and rapid depletion of the fossil fuels has called for immediate response in the direction of energy sufficiency. To accomplish this, … Continue reading

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Historic Centers Restoration and Ancient Buildings Energetic Efficiency Improvement

Author(s) :Nicola Santopuoli, Ilaria Pecoraro ABSTRACT The historical center is a part of the city with specific environmental, architectural and historical values, which emerges from the urban fabric structural continuity. This complex reality requires a comprehensive understanding to determinate the most … Continue reading

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Experimental Investigation of Fuel Quality and Contaminant Materials from Liquefied Petroleum Fuel

Author(s):Jae-Kon Kim, Kyong-Il Min, Eui Soon Yim ABSTRACT In this study, the quality characteristics and residue analysis in circulated LPG fuel were investigated experimentally in Korea. Quality characteristics in circulated LPG fuel were examined with samples of LPG in the … Continue reading

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Drastic Upgrade of the Most Popular Device on Earth

Author(s) :Y. A. Tkachenko, J. P. Potekhina, M. V. Golovanova, R. A. Plokhov, I. E. Davydov, D. A. Golovachev Medical thermometer is present in every household. From the moment of its invention by Galileo Galilei in 1597, it did not change much. Electronic thermometer is safe … Continue reading

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Water Demand Management Can Help Jordan to Overcome its Water Shortage Crisis

Author:Nadhir Al-Ansari Jordan is considered as one of the poorest countries in its water resources. About 93% of the total precipitation which amounts to 8.2 billion m3 is lost by evaporation. The country is estimated below the poverty line by … Continue reading

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Did You Know that Over the Last 2000 Years in Statics No Scientific Discoveries Were Done?

Statics is a part of mechanics. Mechanics is a part of fundamental physics. Until recent times, the latest discovery was made in statics in the 3rd century BC by Archimedes, who discovered the “Law of Archimedes” for the force, acting … Continue reading

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