Ultimate Guide to Power Efficiency

Power Efficiency Guide

The Power Efficiency Guide is a step-by-step guide showing the users how to create their own Home Power Plant. The E-book was created just to explain and help people out of the problem they face because of the lack of electricity. The guide was made to help the users use about 90% of the tools they use regularly in their various houses for the creation of a power generator, which will beneficial to them and their family. The device uses the endless power principle used to make the electric cars constantly charge themselves from the wheels when not being accelerated. It is a unique concept that can be used in every home. It was created in such a way that it would be a quick fix for the users' electricity problem. In other words, when the users purchase it during the day, the users will be able to make use of it before night falls. The process is so easy that even a little child can fix it up. The guide is such that comes at a cheap price and would help in the reduction of the amount the users might have to pay for regular electricity bill due to the number of appliances used at home. More here...

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Effect of hyperoxia on VO2 of the healthy subject at exercise

In a rat model, Eynan34 showed that a 24hr exposure to normobaric oxygen reversed the energy-saving (reduced oxygen consumption) effect of training, in comparison with sedentary animals. Under exposure to NBO, the VO2 of the trained rats increased by 17 which was similar to the VO2 of the untrained animals. The authors concluded that prolonged exposure to hyperoxia leads to a reduction of the energy efficiency of the trained rat.

Offshore industries

Offshore industries, particularly oil and gas, have undergone profound changes over the past decade in response to global economic factors. Specifically, the contribution of offshore oil production to the total non-OPEC supply increased from about 25 percent in 1990 to about 30 percent in 1995. Approximately 80 percent of the significant growth in non-OPEC supply up to 2000 was offshore. An appreciable contribution to the growth in offshore production was made by new technologies such as 3D seismic evaluations, horizontal drilling, sub-sea completions, multi-phase pipelines and floating production, storage and off-loading (FPSO) vessels (International Energy Agency, 1996).


Every variable associated with the configuration of a vehicle is called a degree of freedom (DOF). Hence, a car has 3 degrees of freedom, while an aircraft has 6 degrees of freedom. The type, amount, and distribution of vehicle thrust devices and control surfaces, hereafter commonly referred to as actuators, determine the actuation property of a vehicle. We mainly distinguish between two qualitatively different actuation properties, namely full actuation and underactuation. A fully actuated vehicle is able to independently control all its DOFs simultaneously, while an underactuated vehicle is not. Thus, an underactuated vehicle is generally unable to achieve arbitrary tasks in its configuration space. However, it will be able to achieve tasks in the work space as long as it can freely project its main thrust in this space, e.g., through a combination of thrust and attitude control. In fact, this principle is the mode by which most vehicles that move through a fluid operate, from...

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SMAs do have a number of drawbacks however, including low energy efficiency and performance degradation under repetitive operation beyond a couple of million cycles. The design of the SMA fish is such that new smart actuators could be easily integrated as they become available, in order to overcome some of these disadvantages. The undulatory vehicle, has utilized SMAs for propulsion, however it was based on the hydrodynamically inefficient eel (Wardle & Reid, 1997). SMA actuators have also been successfully used for an actively controlled hydrofoil (Rediniotis, 1999).

Isurus AUV

Isurus is a REMUS class AUV, acquired to the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, MA, USA, in 1997 (Fig. 1). These vehicles are low cost, lightweight AUVs specially designed for coastal waters monitoring (Alt et al., 1994). The reduced weight and dimensions make them extremely easy to handle, requiring no special equipment for launching and recovery. Isurus has a diameter of 20 cm and is about 1.5 m long, weighting about 35 kg in air. The maximum forward speed of the vehicle is 2 m s, however the best energy efficiency is

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