Thermal power plant general layout

A Thermal Power Plant converts the heat energy of coal into electrical energy. Coal is burnt in a boiler which converts water into steam. The expansion of steam in turbine produces mechanical power which drives the alternator (generator) coupled to the turbine. Thermal Power Plants contribute maximum to the generation of Power for any country. … Read more

NEWTON’S LAWS IN SPACE TECHNOLOGY

A space shuttle or a rocket is definitely one of the most complex structures one can ever build. You need the best engineers to build one successfully, for if anything goes wrong, then lives and billions of dollars will be lost. Physics comes into play here. In fact, it plays a major role in making … Read more

Semantics as the Field of Linguistics

Introduction Semantics is the field of linguistics concerned with the study of meaning in language. Linguistic semantics has been defined as the study of how languages organize and express meanings. Oddly, says R.L. Trask, some of the most important work in semantics was being done from the late 19th century onwards by philosophers [rather than … Read more

8086 Microprocessor Overview

“ Microprocessor – the computer whose entire CPU is contained on one integrated circuits. The important characteristics of a microprocessor are the widths of its internal and external address bus and data bus (and instruction), its clock rate and its instruction set. Major Features 8086 Microprocessor is a 16-bit microprocessor. It is the highest data … Read more

The Colorado River

Colorado River, one of the largest rivers began its life as a tiny stream of water following cracks in the earth from melting of the richness of snow and ice from the Rocky Mountains. The Colorado River has slowly carved its vast course that spans 1,397.25 miles to date over the past 6 million years. … Read more

The Negative Effect of Chasing the Dream of Colonizing Mars

There is no necessity in colonizing Mars because we still have to make Earth problems superior. Mars is the fourth planet, an inhabitable planet that has no atmosphere, and its average distance to Earth is 225 million kilometers away from Earth. The fact remains that Mars is inhabitable will be a problem colonizing. A trip … Read more

The Life of Gregor Mendel and His Contributions to Science

Genetics is the most interesting part of science because it explains how certain traits are passed down by parents to their offspring. Gregor Mendel is considered the pioneer in explaining this theory of the genetics within generations of offspring. Mendel’s studies would shape the way we view genetics, and his studies have been used to … Read more

A Case Study on Rabies

Rabies case study Rabies is a very interesting disease to research as it is such a complex virus. It is a zoonotic disease spread through bites or saliva of an infected animal. It is usually fatal as it does not show definitive signs of the infection until it is too late. The only diagnosis is … Read more

Gaming Addiction

Game or otherwise digital game is one of the mostgreatest technology industry right now. Developer can get so many advantages, for example Destiny. Destiny has already smashed analysts’ expectations for first-week sales with a $500 million launch. From this, we can conclude that game industry is on of the greatest industry. But now, gaming could … Read more

Effects of Molarity Change of Potato Cell: Lab Experiment

LAB REPORT THEORY: The random movement of water molecules from a high water potential gradient (high concentration) to low potential gradient (low concentration) through partially permeable membrane is called osmosis. In osmosis, the solute cannot pass through the partially permeable membrane but the solvent can because it only allows certain material to pass through.(Pickering Ron) … Read more

Bilingualism is a natural phenomenon worldwide

Bilingualism is a natural phenomenon worldwide. Unwittingly, however, monolingualism has been used as a standard to characterize and define bilingualism and multilingualism in linguistic research. Such a conception led to a “fractional” “irregular” and “distorted” view of bilingualism, which is becoming rapidly outmoded in the light of multipronged, rapidly growing interdisciplinary research. Other central concepts … Read more

Mount Rushmore’s History

During the twentieth century, the United States witnessed the carving of one of the greatest architectural phenomenon of the time, namely Mount Rushmore. It is here that workers painstakingly chiseled the faces of three presidents into the granite mountainside in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Although brilliant and awe inspiring, this type of rock … Read more

The Biography of Explorer Jean Nicolet

Jean Nicolet, born 1598 at Cherbourg, France. Died November 1, 1642. His place of death was at Sillery, Quebec City, Canada. His cause of death was drowning. JEan Nicolet, Sieur de Belleborne was a French coureur des bois noted for discovering and exploring Lake Michigan, Mackinac Island, Green Bay, and being the first European to … Read more

The four laws of thermodynamics

Thermodynamic is a part of physics that deals with temperature and heat and how they are related to work and energy. In other words, it explains the transfer of energy from one thing to another and its form changes. This is very useful and applies to many works of engineering and science. Nicholas Leonard Sadi … Read more

My hero is Galileo

I chose Galileo as my hero. He was born in 1564 in Pisa, Italy where he grew up with his brothers and sisters. His father taught music and was a famous musician. He and his family moved to the city of Florence when he was 10 years old where he began his education at monastery. … Read more

APPLICATION OF CLASS A AMPLIFIER

An amplifier is an electronic device that is designed for the purpose of increasing signal waveform and level of voltage, current, or power and achieving this without changing other parameters of the waveform such as frequency or wave shape. Signals that are amplified are very often not sine waves, though many time they are. The … Read more

A Narrative of My Love for Animals and How They Have Strengthened My Compassion for All Living Things

I am an animal-lover. This doesn’t necessarily mean that I stare at furry, fluffy creatures and respond with the typically long “Awwwww,” although I admit that I’ve been guilty of this on several occasions. My adoration for animals surpasses the superficial admiration of their cute appearance and the usual appreciation of their friendly nature. To … Read more

Presentation: The Chemistry of Commercial Instant Hot and Cold Packs

Slide 1- Title Slide 2- Overview: What is it? Brief History Uses How it works Environmental benefits and concerns Current research and future direction Slide 3- What are Instant Hot and Cold Packs? plastic bags containing different chemical compounds When squeezed, hot packs create an exothermic reaction releasing heat Cold packs create an endothermic reaction … Read more

Astronomer’s Wife

The Astronomer’s Wife is a fictional story by Kay Boyle whose primary character is Katherine Ames. The entire story revolves around the lifestyle and experiences made by Ames as well as the way the character interacted with her husband. The plot, the setting, symbolism and a point of view on this story are the primary … Read more

Path-goal Theory Of Leadership

Leadership has been a mysterious and controversial topic of discussion. Researchers have tried to discover, what factors determine how a leader acts and what traits, abilities, behaviors, sources of power or aspects of the situation determine how well a leader is able to influence followers and accomplish group objectives. To demystify leadership many research findings … Read more

Effect of Video Games on Children

The advancement in technology has brought changes in entertainment sources. Changes in technologies bring the potential for changes in users’ thoughts, feelings, and behaviors (Kipnis, 1997). The games played by modern children are very different from the games played few decades ago. The games, which involve physical activities, are almost diminished and have been replaced … Read more

Mobile Phone Use And Academic Performance

Today’s generation has captivated humanity and greatly increased its mode of survival more than ever. Scientific and technological advances brought radical changes to all aspects of life along with complications. Particularly, Information and Communication Technology/ies (ICT), the technologies that provide access to information through telecommunications, has dramatically changed the way we communicate through the introduction … Read more

The Significance of The Houston Zoo in Promoting Awareness

The Houston Zoo is both a conservation and rehabilitation place for animals and education source for kids and adults alike. They provide easy to understand information about the animals that reside at the zoo. This is mainly done through the means of plaques, boards, and electronics devices that are stationed near the animal exhibits. Along … Read more

Extremophiles features and role

Extremophiles are organisms that live in conditions which humans consider “extreme.” “Extreme” environments include but are not limited to extreme pressure, extreme cold, intense heat, highly acidic environments, and highly saline environments. These conditions were once believed to not have the ability to sustain life. There are three domains of life: Eukarya, Bacteria, and Archaea. … Read more

The Human Reprodcutive System

Female reproductive system There are several organs and tissues that make up the female reproductive system, these include that ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, vagina, vulva, mammary glands and breasts. They are also involved in producing and transporting gametes and in the production of sex hormones. The female reproductive system is also responsible for fertilizing the … Read more

Elastic and Inelastic Collision

We all know that Momentum means inertia in motion. It is the product of the mass and the velocity of an object (Momentum = mass x velocity). Therefore, in shorthand notation, Momentum= mv. A moving object can have a large momentum when either it mass or velocity is large or both are large. As shown … Read more

What Is Bigfoot?

Does a large, bipedal creature inhabit the deep wilderness of the Pacific Northwest, as so many believe? What about the proliferation of sightings in recent years in still other parts of the country, such as Florida, Texas, and even New York? Even President Teddy Roosevelt got into the act, writing an absorbing account of a … Read more

Advantages and disadvantages of the castration technologies and procedures

A variety of castration technologies and procedures are currently in practice and being developed in different parts of the world. Such technologies and procedures have varying advantages and disadvantages with respect to their practice. Surgical castration, rubberbanding, and the burdizzo clamp are three of the most commonly used methods. Surgical castration involves restraining the cow … Read more

10 Successful tips for survey taking

Many of you must have heard about online surveys and thought about how do you take a survey to generate revenue? Well, many companies tend to get information about their customers and ways to improve their service and thus conduct surveys and pay them for their useful feedback and time spent. Now, we are going … Read more

Why VDI For SMBs

‘What is VDI’? This is a common question amongst members of the IT community. Simply put, virtual desktop infrastructure VDI is virtualization technology. It involves running user desktops inside virtual machines and hosting them in data centers where they can be centrally managed. Today, businesses are showing a keen interest in adopting virtualization solutions because … Read more

Black Women Empowerment in the Book Black Statue of Liberty by Jessica Care Moore

Liberation and Empowerment of Black Women Black women in America have struggled tirelessly through history to receive the recognition they deserve. One of these women is Jessica Care Moore, author of Black Statue of Liberty. Moore is a world renowned poet, publisher, activist, musician, playwright, and actress. Born and raised in Detroit, Moore exposed herself … Read more

Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design

‘CPTED’ is an acronym that stands for ‘Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design’. It is a method of crime prevention that is closely linked with environmental criminology which is the concept of environmental design and environmental management put together. “The nature of the built environment can affect the level of crime both by influencing potential offenders … Read more

Brief History Of Cyber Security

Cyber security or information technology security are the techniques of protecting computers, networks, programs and data from unauthorized access or attacks that are aimed for exploitation. There are four types of security controls access, flow, inference, and cryptographic complement each other. These all four types of component do their work individually. Access controls operate at … Read more