Plants Going Green: Intelligent Optimization for Power Plants Part 1 of 3

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Plants Going Green: Intelligent Optimization for Power Plants MathWorks Energy and Utilities Virtual Conference — Sept. 20, 2012 Using model-predictive cont…

Final Fantasy XIII Part 28 – Going Green

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In this episode, we start Chapter 6! And sorry, I forgot to edit in my chapter name at the start of the chapter, but I did mention it in commentary so I gues…

Going Green for Green – Part 2

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Jonathan Spencer, Executive Director of the Ontario Electronics Stewardship, explains how important it is for Ontarians to ecycle their end-of-life electroni…

The Crash of Air France Flight AF 447- Part 2 of 4

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Air France Flight 447 was a scheduled airline flight from Rio de Janeiro to Paris that crashed into the Atlantic Ocean on 1 June 2009, killing all 216 passengers and 12 aircrew. This BBC documentary was produced almost a year BEFORE the black boxes were recovered, and it ACCURATELY predicted the primary cause of the air crash as pilot error. On 27 May 2011, the BEA released an update on its investigation, describing the history of the flight as recorded by the flight data recorder. At 3 hour 55 minutes absolute time, the captain gave his seat to the 2nd co-pilot and went out of the cockpit to rest. At 4 hours 6 minutes absolute time, the pilot warned the cabin crew that they were about to enter an area of turbulence. 4 minutes later, the pilots turned the plane slightly to the left and decreased its speed to 0.8 Mach due to increased turbulence. At 4 hours 10 minutes and 5 seconds absolute time, the autopilot and the auto-thrust systems disengaged. The pilot made a left nose-up input, as the plane began rolling to the right. The plane’s stall warning sounded twice. 10 seconds later, the plane’s recorded airspeed dropped sharply from 275 knots to 60 knots. The plane’s angle of attack increased, and the plane started to climb. The left-side instruments then recorded a sharp rise in airspeed to 215 knots. This change was not displayed by the Integrated Standby Instrument System until a minute later (the right-side instruments were not recorded). The pilot continued making

How to build a home made wind generator from an industrial ceiling fan part 1

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startbeinggreennow.com Ceiling fan motor converted into a home made wind generator! Interested in home made energy? Check out the link above! I do not own this video

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