Home
Search results “Metric ton fuel”
Iran Transfers 30 metric Ton Yellow cake to Isfahan UCF nuclear center انتقال سي تن كيك زرد
 
03:41
January 30, 2019 (Persian calendar 1397/11/10) Isfahan province (استان اصفهان) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isfahan_Province Natanz county (شهرستان نطنز) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natanz_County A fresh shipment of yellow cake (a type of uranium concentrate powder) weighing 30 tons was transferred to a Uranium Conversion Facility (UCF) in Iran’s central city of Isfahan, the country’s nuclear chief said. Speaking at a nuclear factory in the city of Ardakan in teh central province of Yazd on Wednesday, Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran Ali Akbar Salehi said the 30-ton shipment of yellow cake produced in Ardakan was transferred to Isfahan UCF. The UCF in Isfahan is now working with full capacity, he added. Salehi noted that Iran extracts uranium-rich material from Saghand-1 and Saghand-2 mines to produce yellow cake. In recent years, Iranian scientists have made remarkable progress in the field of peaceful nuclear technology despite the sanctions imposed by the West. It is the 12th year Iran is celebrating a national day to mark its achievements in the nuclear industry. ********** Iran began construction of the Uranium Conversion Facility (UCF) at Esfahan in 1999 based on design information provided by China. Tehran had received the required documents and training before China cancelled a contract to construct two UCFs in Iran under intense diplomatic pressure from the United States. Construction of the first process line ended in 2004 and production started in 2005. Iran Transfers 30 metric Ton Yellow cake to Isfahan UCF nuclear center انتقال سي تن كيك زرد به كانون هسته اي يو سي اف اصفهان ايران
Views: 435 Persian_boy
How to Convert Asphalt Tons to Cubic Metres : Tools for Math Success
 
01:07
Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehoweducation Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehoweducation Converting asphalt tonnes to cubic meters is going from the American system to the Metric system. Convert asphalt tonnes to cubic meters with help from an experienced high school math tutor in this free video clip. Expert: Charlie Kasov Filmmaker: Victor Varnado Series Description: If you want to be successful in math, you're going to need access to the right tools. Learn about the tools for math success with help from an experienced high school math tutor in this free video series.
Views: 33673 eHowEducation
130 Metric Ton Load Out
 
02:50
These are shots taken with drones and go pros at the QSL Terminal in Oshawa 2017 during the loading to a vessle of 2 crates using a 600T capacity hydraulic gantry, a self propelled modular transporter and 2) 300T capacity ship mounted cranes. Have a nice day!
Views: 828 Blind T
Supertankers | The Largest Ship Tankers - Geographic History
 
47:21
Supertankers | The Largest Ship Tankers - Geographic History. "Supertankers" are the largest tankers, including very large crude carriers (VLCC) and ULCCs with capacities over 250,000 DWT. These ships can transport 2,000,000 barrels (320,000 m3) of oil/318,000 metric tons. By way of comparison, the United Kingdom consumed about 1.6 million barrels (250,000 m3) of oil per day in 2009. ULCCs, commissioned in the 1970s, were the largest vessels ever built, but the longest ones have already been scrapped. By 2013 only a few ULCCs remain in service, none of which are more than 400 meters long. Because of their great size, supertankers often can not enter port fully loaded. These ships can take on their cargo at off-shore platforms and single-point moorings. On the other end of the journey, they often pump their cargo off to smaller tankers at designated lightering points off-coast. A supertanker's routes are generally long, requiring it to stay at sea for extended periods, up to and beyond seventy days at a time. Read More: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oil_tanker
Views: 771249 Geographic History
Iran made two stages, solid fuel ballistic missile dubbed Sejil موشك بالستيك سجيل ايران
 
02:24
May 20, 2009 (Persian calendar 1388/2/30) The Sejil missile (Arabic: سجیل, meaning "Baked Clay" (Surat al-Fil of the Quran)), is a family of Iranian solid-fueled ballistic missiles. The Sejil are replacements for the Shahab شهاب liquid-fueled ballistic missiles. According to US Pentagon sources, the missile profile of the Sejil closely matches those of the Ashura (Ghadr-110) and the Samen. The missile utilizes composite solid-propellant fuel and unlike the Shahab-3 medium-range ballistic missile (MRBM), which is launched only vertically, the Sejil could be launched at a variable angle. Political commentator Kiyan Nader Mokhtari كيان نادر مختاري elaborated more about the features of the new missile. "The engine and various fuels have been tested and the platform is now highly reliable. The latest tests to be carried out are mainly to do with the variety of warheads that it has to carry," he said. "Some of the warheads obviously have been designed to be able to evade anti-ballistic missile defenses of the enemy in actual battle conditions," he added. Variants: - Sejil-1: The Sejil is a two-stage, solid-propellant, surface-to-surface missile (SSM) produced by Iran with a reported 2,400 km (1,500 mi) range. A successful test launch took place on November 13, 2008. Its range, if confirmed, would allow it to strike targets as far away as Israel and southeastern Europe, though Iran asserts that it is intended for purely defensive purposes. - Sejil-2: Sejil-2 is an upgraded version of the Sejil. The Sejil-2 two-stage solid-fuel missile has a 2,000 km range and was first test-fired on May 20, 2009. The Sejil-2 surface-to-surface medium-range ballistic missile (MRBM) was first tested eight months prior to the actual test launch, which took place in the central Iranian province of Semnan استان سمنان. Improvements include better navigation system, better targeting system, more payload, longer range, faster lift-off, longer storage time, quicker launch, and lower detection possibility. On December 16, 2009,an upgraded version of Sejil-2 was test fired. This new version of the Sejil-2 is faster during the powered flight portion of its trajectory and also during the re-entry phase.It is also harder to detect for anti-missile systems, as it is covered with anti-radar material.The new highly maneuverable missile is also more efficient as it requires less time for pre-launch preparations. Specifications: Fuel: Solid Stages: Two Weight: 23.5 metric Ton Length: 18 meters (59 foot, 19.7 Yard) Diameter: (1.25 to 1.50) meters, (49.2 to 59) inches Range: 2,000 Km (1243 Mile) Warhead: 650 Kg (1433 lb) Final stage speed: Mach 13 (4,300 m/s, 15,480 Km/h, 9,619 Mile/h) Guidance system: Inertial - GPS
Views: 38588 Persian_boy
Falcon Heavy Test Flight
 
34:19
Following its first test launch, Falcon Heavy is now the most powerful operational rocket in the world by a factor of two. With the ability to lift into orbit nearly 64 metric tons (141,000 lb)---a mass greater than a 737 jetliner loaded with passengers, crew, luggage and fuel--Falcon Heavy can lift more than twice the payload of the next closest operational vehicle, the Delta IV Heavy, at one-third the cost. Falcon Heavy draws upon the proven heritage and reliability of Falcon 9. Its first stage is composed of three Falcon 9 nine-engine cores whose 27 Merlin engines together generate more than 5 million pounds of thrust at liftoff, equal to approximately eighteen 747 aircraft. Only the Saturn V moon rocket, last flown in 1973, delivered more payload to orbit. Falcon Heavy was designed from the outset to carry humans into space and restores the possibility of flying missions with crew to the Moon or Mars.
Views: 24450293 SpaceX
petrol strike sri lanka today රට පුරා පෙට්‍රල් හිඟයේ සත්‍ය කතාව
 
00:51
A petrol shortage has been set up in the night today (3) night in petrol filling stations. The fuel shortage was not sufficient due to the lack of supplies in today's Poya day, as well as the lack of fuel in the CPC oil storage. Petroleum sources said . Meanwhile, the Lanka Indian Oil Company has refused to confirm that 40,000 metric tonnes of crude oil has been sent to Sri Lanka. It is also reported that the Ceylon Petroleum Corporation will be able to get a 30,000 metric ton of petrol to arrive for another week.
Views: 603 usatrend.today
How Many Liters Are In A Barrel?
 
01:00
One metric ton of oil corresponds to around 7. How many liters in 1 barrel which is used for oil? 16 nov 2017 1barrel equals how litres? 2 oct 2015 does a of oil hold? 20 mar petrol are produced from one crude 27 aug 2014 (unit) wikipedia en. One barrel is 42 gallons of oil. Us barrels (oil) to liters conversionliters conversion. The si derived unit for volume is the cubic meter. 63 as on nov'13; India purchases 1 barrel ( 159 litres) of crude oil @ $107 rs. Googleusercontent search. Here are some numbers from here. You can view more details on each measurement unit liters or barrel. How many liters in 1 barrel? The answer is 117. This includes the transportation cost also more information from unit converter. Barrel [us, fluid] 119. Convert beer barrels us bl into liters l volume and capacity for. 6741; India purchases 1 litre of crude oil @ 6741 159 rs. The processing cost of crude oil in the refineries is rs. We assume you are converting between liter and barrel [us, beer]. One barrel is equal to how many liters? Quora. Many other converters available for free let's begin. Convert liters to barrel conversion of measurement units. The oil gets converted into gasoline, diesel, home heating oil, various plastics, lighter fuels such as methane propane butane, and etc. Barrel (unit) wikipedia. How many liters in 1 barrel [us, liquid]? The answer is 119. In the united states, an oil barrel is defined as 42 us gallons, which about 159 litres or 35 imperial gallons in worldwide industry, about159 barrels to liters volume conversion tables (fluid and oil) shows most common values for quick reference. Barrel is equal to how many liters? Quora. How many liter in 1 barrel [us, petroleum]? The answer is 158. I'm seeing various notes. We assume you are converting between liter and barrel [us, liquid]. Wikipedia wiki barrel_(unit) "imx0m" url? Q webcache. Barrel [us, oil] 158. Convert liter to barrel [us, petroleum] conversion of measurement how many litres petrol from a crude oil? . Cubic meter is equal to 1000 liters, 24 dec 2014 in the oil industry world wide one barrel of considered be 159 litres 42 gallons and 5 615 feet more information from unit converter. Million barrels of oil conversion charts. How many liters in one barrel of petrol? Bayt specialties. 35 liters l exactly in culinary units measures. Barrels to liters how many in a barrel? Asknumbers. Search our extensive foods and non database for volume to weight conversions more information from the unit converter. Cubic meter instantly convert million barrels of oil (mmbbl) to litres (l) and many more volume conversions online. Million barrels of oil to litres convert liters calculateme. You can view more details on each measurement unit liter or barrel [us, petroleum] the si derived for volume is cubic meter ok, let me write this in us liquid gallons (3. Alastair, one barrel of oil contains 159 liters. Barrels on average, depending the density of petroleum or byproduct. This includes the trans
Views: 5966 new sparky
What is CARBON OFFSET? What does CARBON OFFSET mean? CARBON OFFSET meaning, definition & explanation
 
05:15
What is CARBON OFFSET? What does CARBON OFFSET mean? CARBON OFFSET meaning - CARBON OFFSET definition - CARBON OFFSET explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. A carbon offset is a reduction in emissions of carbon dioxide or greenhouse gases made in order to compensate for or to offset an emission made elsewhere. Carbon offsets are measured in metric tons of carbon dioxide-equivalent (CO2e) and may represent six primary categories of greenhouse gases: carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O), perfluorocarbons (PFCs), hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6). One carbon offset represents the reduction of one metric ton of carbon dioxide or its equivalent in other greenhouse gases. There are two markets for carbon offsets. In the larger, compliance market, companies, governments, or other entities buy carbon offsets in order to comply with caps on the total amount of carbon dioxide they are allowed to emit. This market exists in order to achieve compliance with obligations of Annex 1 Parties under the Kyoto Protocol, and of liable entities under the EU Emission Trading Scheme. In 2006, about $5.5 billion of carbon offsets were purchased in the compliance market, representing about 1.6 billion metric tons of CO2e reductions. In the much smaller, voluntary market, individuals, companies, or governments purchase carbon offsets to mitigate their own greenhouse gas emissions from transportation, electricity use, and other sources. For example, an individual might purchase carbon offsets to compensate for the greenhouse gas emissions caused by personal air travel. Many companies (see list) offer carbon offsets as an up-sell during the sales process so that customers can mitigate the emissions related with their product or service purchase (such as offsetting emissions related to a vacation flight, car rental, hotel stay, consumer good, etc.). In 2008, about $705 million of carbon offsets were purchased in the voluntary market, representing about 123.4 million metric tons of CO2e reductions. Some fuel suppliers in the UK offer fuel which has been carbon offset such as Fuel dyes. Offsets are typically achieved through financial support of projects that reduce the emission of greenhouse gases in the short- or long-term. The most common project type is renewable energy, such as wind farms, biomass energy, or hydroelectric dams. Others include energy efficiency projects, the destruction of industrial pollutants or agricultural byproducts, destruction of landfill methane, and forestry projects. Some of the most popular carbon offset projects from a corporate perspective are energy efficiency and wind turbine projects. Carbon offsetting has gained some appeal and momentum mainly among consumers in western countries who have become aware and concerned about the potentially negative environmental effects of energy-intensive lifestyles and economies. The Kyoto Protocol has sanctioned offsets as a way for governments and private companies to earn carbon credits that can be traded on a marketplace. The protocol established the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), which validates and measures projects to ensure they produce authentic benefits and are genuinely "additional" activities that would not otherwise have been undertaken. Organizations that are unable to meet their emissions quota can offset their emissions by buying CDM-approved Certified Emissions Reductions. Emissions from burning fuel, such as red diesel, has pushed one UK fuel supplier to create a carbon offset fuel named Carbon Offset Red Diesel. Offsets may be cheaper or more convenient alternatives to reducing one's own fossil-fuel consumption. However, some critics object to carbon offsets, and question the benefits of certain types of offsets. Due diligence is recommended to help businesses in the assessment and identification of "good quality" offsets to ensure offsetting provides the desired additional environmental benefits, and to avoid reputational risk associated with poor quality offsets. Offsets are viewed as an important policy tool to maintain stable economies. One of the hidden dangers of climate change policy is unequal prices of carbon in the economy, which can cause economic collateral damage if production flows to regions or industries that have a lower price of carbon—unless carbon can be purchased from that area, which offsets effectively permit, equalizing the price.
Views: 1868 The Audiopedia
CCS: a 2 degree solution
 
04:29
This film by Carbon Visuals for WBCSD graphically demonstrates how significant fossil fuel use is today and will continue to be for decades to come, and so makes a case for carbon capture and storage. All the quantities represented in the film are 'real'; the film shows the actual volume and rate of emissions, it is not merely indicative. Details, calculations and sources for all the numbers in the film are available in a methodology document: http://www.carbonvisuals.com/media/item/735/559/Methodology-CCS_a_2_degree_solution.pdf The world gets through a lot of fossil fuels: • 7,896.4 million metric tons of coal in 2013 (21.6 million metric tons per day, 250 metric tons per second) • 91,330,895 barrels of oil per day in 2013 (168 m3 per second) • 3,347.63 billion m3 of natural gas in 2013 (9.2 km3 per day, 106,082 m3 per second) This film tries to make those numbers physically meaningful – to make the quantities ‘real’; more than ‘just numbers’. All the graphics in the film are based on real quantities. • The coal we use each day would form a pile 236 metres high and 673 metres across. We could fill a volume the size of the UN Secretariat Building with coal every 17 minutes. • At the rate we use oil, we could fill an Olympic swimming pool every 15 seconds. We could fill a volume the size of the UN Secretariat Building with oil every 30 minutes. • The rate at which we use natural gas is equivalent to gas travelling along a pipe with an internal diameter of 60 metres at hurricane speeds (135 km/h / 84 mph). We could fill a volume the size of the UN Secretariat Building with natural gas in under 3 seconds. We use a cubic kilometre of gas every 2 hours 37 minutes and a cubic mile of the stuff every 10 hours 54 minutes. The world’s use of fossil fuels is increasing, not decreasing. Renewable energy will help, but it cannot keep up with the demand for energy. The International Renewable Energy Agency’s most optimistic road-map suggests that renewables will not displace fossil fuels for decades, which is a problem because we are adding carbon dioxide to the atmosphere at an increasing rate. • In 2012 we added over 39 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. That’s 1,237 metric tons a second. It is like a ‘bubble’ of carbon dioxide gas 108 metres across entering the atmosphere every second of every day. We could fill a volume the size of the UN Secretariat Building with our carbon dioxide emissions in less than half a second. We could fill it 133 times a minute. The pile of one metric ton spheres in the film, which represents one day’s emissions, is 3.7 km high (2.3 miles) and 7.4 km across (4.6 miles). To keep global warming below 2 °C we can afford to emit no more than 1 trillion metric tons of carbon into the atmosphere (3.66 trillion metric tons of carbon dioxide). 2 °C is a significant figure because if warming is more than this ‘positive feedback’ effects will make it increasingly hard to control the temperature. For instance, beyond 2 °C, there will be considerably less ice on Earth. Because it is white, ice reflects energy from the sun back out to space. If the ice goes, more energy from the sun will be absorbed by the Earth. We have already added more than half the threshold quantity of 1 trillion metric tons of carbon (up to mid-2014, we have emitted about 582 billion metric tons). If carbon dioxide from fossil fuels continues to enter the atmosphere we will reach 2 °C threshold in a few years. The projected emissions illustrated in the film are based on RCP 4.5, which is one of the four ‘Representative Concentration Pathways’ used in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Fifth Assessment Report. Carbon capture and storage means we can use the energy of fossil fuels without adding carbon to the atmosphere. Because fossil fuels will remain a significant part of the world’s energy economy for decades to come, carbon capture and storage is an essential part of any plan to keep global warming below 2 °C. Details, calculations and sources for all the numbers in the film are available in a methodology document: http://www.carbonvisuals.com/media/item/735/559/Methodology-CCS_a_2_degree_solution.pdf Music by Carl Cole:http://www.shardmusic.com/ Animation by A Productions: http://www.aproductions.co.uk/
Views: 11693 Real World Visuals
Singapore Bunkering
 
12:18
Singapore is the leading port of bunkering with annual sale around 36M metric ton.Thanks for Singapore's initiative, and leaderhip, which guarantee the healthy growth of industry. But still the bunker loading and discharging are very complicated involving multiple parties and steps, which we may still have space to improve
Views: 37242 王东海
Falcon Heavy & Starman
 
01:53
When Falcon Heavy lifted off, it became the most powerful operational rocket in the world by a factor of two. With the ability to lift into orbit nearly 64 metric tons (141,000 lb)---a mass greater than a 737 jetliner loaded with passengers, crew, luggage and fuel--Falcon Heavy can lift more than twice the payload of the next closest operational vehicle, the Delta IV Heavy, at one-third the cost. Following liftoff, the two side boosters separated from the center core and returned to landing site for future reuse. Falcon Heavy put a Tesla Roadster and its passenger, Starman, into orbit around the sun. At max velocity Starman and the Roadster will travel 11 km/s (7mi/s) and travel 400 million km (250 million mi) from Earth.
Views: 5719817 SpaceX
Animation of NASA's Space Launch System SLS 70-metric-ton configuration launching to
 
01:24
Animation of NASA's Space Launch System SLS 70-metric-ton configuration launching to space. SLS will be the most powerful rocket ever built for deep space missions, including to an asteroid and ultimately to Mars. #JourneyToMars Wow Well, it is basically a Saturn V rocket with STS boosters added. Thinking on it, and the eternal using of the Soyuz rocket, what is true about space exploration is that Von Braun and Koroliev haven't been superseded. They also have a working microwave propulsion unit , It works but has a long way to go, deep space is no longer unreachable! Does this mean we will not have to hitchhike with our enemy to our space station any more? chemical fuel is widely using everywhere...............improve the ion thrusters..........
Views: 176 Scott Rodriguez
High Burnup Nuclear Fuel Storage Demonstration Project
 
07:32
EPRI and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) collaborated to load and monitor the internal conditions of a dry storage system containing high burnup nuclear fuel. High burnup fuel is fuel that has had more energy extracted from it in the nuclear reactor during operations and is depleted to a level greater than 45 gigawatt days per metric ton of uranium. The objective of the project was to evaluate high burnup fuel performance during loading operations and throughout the long-term dry storage in a helium environment, using instrumentation installed inside the cask. The information and results from this demonstration will be used by the nuclear industry and regulators for license renewal and safely managing used high burnup fuel during periods of dry storage.
Going to Space to Benefit Earth (Full Event Replay)
 
51:28
On May 9, 2019, our founder discussed his vision to go to space to benefit Earth. In addition, he also announced the Blue Moon lunar lander, which is capable of taking people and payloads to the lunar surface. Below you’ll find more information about these announcements. Blue Moon lunar lander: Blue Origin announced Blue Moon, its large lunar lander capable of delivering multiple metric tons of payload to the lunar surface based on configuration and mission. The cargo variant revealed today can carry 3.6 metric tons to the surface. We have also designed a variant of the lander that can stretch to be capable of carrying a 6.5-metric-ton, human-rated ascent stage. Blue also announced it can meet the current Administration's goal of putting Americans on the Moon by 2024 with the Blue Moon lunar lander. BE-7 engine: The Blue Moon lunar lander will be powered by the BE-7 engine, a new addition to Blue Origin’s family of engines. The BE-7’s 40 kN (10,000 lbf) thrust is designed for large lunar payload transport. The engine’s propellants are a highly-efficient combination of liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen. The BE-7 will have its first hotfire this summer. The engine will be available for sale to other companies for use in in-space and lander applications. Club For the Future: A non-profit founded by Blue Origin dedicated to inspiring and engaging the next generation of dreamers and space entrepreneurs as we journey to preserve Earth and unlock the potential of living and working in space. The Club will bring together K-12 students, educators and leaders for campaigns and initiatives utilizing Blue Origin’s unique access to space. The Club’s first activity will be to send a postcard to space and back on a future New Shepard mission—the first ever space mail. Learn more on the website (www.clubforfuture.org). Follow @ClubforFuture on Twitter and Instagram.
Views: 285818 Blue Origin
Multiple steel fabrication techniques with punching, drilling, plasma and oxy-fuel cutting.
 
05:42
https://www.ficepcorp.com/Plate-Fabrication.cfm Steel fabrication technology of all types are implemented into the FICEP Tipo B 254 plate punching machine. The punch plasma capability is married into one system for complete steel plate fabrication. The 110 metric ton (121 US tons) punching capability with an automatic tool changer permits maximum material utilization with the ability to nest different parts requiring diverse fabrication operations into one stock plate. In addition to high speed punching of plates up to 25 mm (1”) in thickness the different parts are marked with a programmable hard stamp marking system for part identification. Material up to 100 mm (4”) in thickness can also be processed with a high performance “Direct Drive” drill spindle which is furnished with an automatic tool changer. Plates up to 12 meters (40’) in length can be processed with multiple hydraulically activated material clamps that are positioned using a positive rack and pinion system for industry leading accuracy
Toyota Portal Project Concept Hydrogen Truck vs. Diesel Truck
 
00:28
Toyota revealed "Project Portal" - a hydrogen fuel cell system designed for heavy duty truck use at the Port of Los Angeles. The zero-emission truck proof of concept will take part in a feasibility study examining the potential of fuel cell technology in heavy duty applications. The Project Portal platform is designed to provide the target performance required to support port drayage operations. The truck generates more than 670 horsepower and 1325 pound feet of torque (approx. 1800 Nm) from two Mirai fuel cell stacks and a 12kWh battery, a relatively small battery to support class 8 load operations. The concept’s gross combined weight capacity is 80,000 lbs. (36.3 metric ton), and its estimated driving range is more than 200 miles (320 km) per fill, under normal drayage operation.
Views: 218937 The Wheel Network
waste to fuel management plant in varanasi in PM Constituency
 
02:39
Indian Oil Corporation Limited is Installing 10 unit of 20 metric ton Capacity in Varanasi in CSR Activity.
India imported 8 million metric tons of petcoke in 2016
 
06:39
This segment of WION brings to you information about petcoke import in India. India has imported 8 million metric tons of petcoke in 2016. Watch this video for more information about petcoke. World is One News, WION examines global issues with in-depth analysis. We provide much more than the news of the day. Our aim is to empower people to explore their world. Subscribe to our channel at https://goo.gl/JfY3NI Check out our website: http://www.wionews.com Connect with us at our social media handles: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WIONews Twitter: https://twitter.com/WIONews Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+WIONews
Views: 1037 WION
Iran made IRGC fast cruising SWATH vessel with Helicopter pad dubbed Martyr Nazeri in Persian Gulf
 
02:52
September 13, 2016 (Persian calendar 1395/6/23) The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Navy has unveiled a domestically-designed and -manufactured long-range and fast cruising vessel with a helipad on its deck to accommodate a helicopter gunship. The watercraft, dubbed Shahid Mohammad Nazeri شهيد محمد ناظري, was showcased for the first time during a ceremony in Iran’s southern port city of Bushehr بوشهر in Persian Gulf شاخاب پارس on Tuesday morning. IRGC Navy Commander Rear Admiral Ali Fadavi دريابان علي فدوي, Commander of the IRGC’s Second Naval Zone Rear Admiral Ali Razmjou دريابان علي رزمجو and several other senior Iranian military figures were in attendance at the unveiling ceremony. Addressing the ceremony, Rear Admiral Fadavi said the 55 meters (180 feet 5.354 inches) fast cruising vessel is 14.1 meters (46 feet 3.118 inches) wide, with a height of 13 meters (42 feet 7.811 inches). He said the craft, which has been designed, manufactured and equipped indigenously, has an operating range of 10,000 kilometers (6213.712 miles), and is capable of carrying 100 military personnel and a helicopter on board in all weather conditions. Martyr Nazeri vessel Specifications --------------------------------------------------- Helicopter Pad: Yes Military Personnel: 100 Length: 55 meters (180 feet 5.354 inches) Width: 14.1 meters (46 feet 3.118 inches) Height: 13 meters (42 feet 7.811 inches) Range: 10,000 kilometers (6213.712 miles) Speed: 28 Knot (51.8 Km/h) Power Engine: 420 hp (313.194 Kw) Fuel capacity: 61 metric Ton Cargo load: 25 metric Ton See also these videos: IRGC fast cruising SWATH vessel with Helicopter pad dubbed Martyr Nazeri in Persian Gulf http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lX2Js58KOcE Martyr Nazeri SWATH vessel joint First region of IRGC Naval fleet http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJYvTqfgE14 Iran Aram Shenavar Kian Qeshm co. made Aluminum Catamaran passenger craft http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONZ9GvxMt7s
Views: 32713 Persian_boy
How & Where the Indian Oil Rigs stand on the sea?
 
12:30
Mumbai High (Bombay High) is India's most important Oil Rig. It caught fire in 2006 killing about 40 people. But they built it up again.. Bigger, Better, Safer. Called Mumbai High North (MHN), the main platform is called MNP and this sits on a 30 stories high Steel Structure made of Huge Tubes - about 13,500 Metric Tonnes in weight. The film describes how this gigantic structure is Fabricated in Oman, Transported through Sea and Installed in the Offshore seas of Mumbai by ONGC. The video is a property of our client L&T Ltd and we have developed this video. We have showcased it here only for presenting our skill set.
Views: 648521 Anthelion Technology
The world's CO2 emissions
 
00:55
At Carbon Visuals we think that seeing the world’s emissions is essential to enabling people to address the scale of climate change. What do you think? Read more about this film and why it was made: http://www.carbonvisuals.com/blog/wbcsd In 2012 we added over 39 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. We could fill a volume the size of the UN Secretariat Building with our carbon dioxide emissions in less than half a second. We could fill it 133 times a minute. The pile of one metric ton spheres in the film, which represents one day’s emissions, is 3.7 km high (2.3 miles) and 7.4 km across (4.6 miles). The world’s use of fossil fuels is increasing, not decreasing. Renewable energy will help, but it cannot keep up with the demand for energy. The International Renewable Energy Agency’s most optimistic road-map suggests that renewables will not displace fossil fuels for decades, although the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) calls for more rapid change. “There is no ambiguity in the message,” said UN secretary general, Ban Ki-moon, adding “Please reduce your investments in the coal and fossil fuel-based economy.” This is an extract of a longer film, which looks at the energy economy as a whole and the part that Carbon Capture and Storage could play: http://youtu.be/RejAjfRkVuc Details, calculations and sources for all the numbers in the film are available in a methodology document which can be found at: http://carbonvisuals.com/work/wbcsd This is a Carbon Visuals film for WBCSD Here is the Carbon Visuals website: http://www.carbonvisuals.com
Views: 11223 Real World Visuals
150 METRIC TONS
 
04:13
150 METRIC TONS
Views: 88 Capt.Jamie Brown
8,000 metric tonnes onion rotten in open air - Madhya Pradesh News
 
02:00
Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh), June 28 (ANI): At least 8,000 metric tonnes of onion has got rotten due to the alleged mismanagement and carelessness of the administration in Bhopal’s Karond Mandi. Large quantity of the vegetable being stored in open air, is degrading amid the prevailing monsoon season. Frequent and incessant rainfall is adding to the woes of farmers who expected a good earning by auctioning their produce. The state administration assured of finding a solution for the problem. Major parts of the nation are witnessing frequent drizzles and rains, with a dip in temperature, amid the present weather conditions. -------------------------------------- Subscribe now! Enjoy and stay connected with us!! ☛ Visit our Official website: http://www.aninews.in/ ☛ Follow us: https://twitter.com/ani_news ☛ Like us: https://www.facebook.com/ANINEWS.IN ☛ Send your suggestions/Feedback: [email protected]
Views: 869 ANI News
Surprise arrival of Russia plane in Venezuela fuels intrigue
 
01:02
(30 Jan 2019) The arrival of a Russian passenger plane to Venezuela amid a wave of anti-government unrest is fueling intrigue and charges by the opposition that President Nicolas Maduro's administration is looking to shuttle abroad what's left of the country's depleted gold reserves. The Boeing 777 plane belongs to Russia's Nordwind Airlines and arrived on Monday night. It could still be seen Wednesday morning parked at Maiquetia airport outside the capital. A Nordwind representative confirmed the plane's arrival but wouldn't comment further. Opposition lawmaker Jose Guerra said sources inside the central bank informed him the plane was hired to transport 20 metric tons of gold comprising about 15 percent of the metal reserves held in Caracas. Guerra said: "This needs to be taken with utmost seriousness." Maduro's government did not immediately comment. Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork Twitter: https://twitter.com/AP_Archive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/APArchives Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/102011028589719587178/+APArchive​ Tumblr: https://aparchives.tumblr.com/​​ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/APNews/ You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/81f51271d6e55dad096e3ce84f3622ae
Views: 1020 AP Archive
PROJECT IDEA STUDENTS(, SUGARCANE RESEARCH,FUEL TECHNOLOGY)
 
01:54
PROJECT IDEA STUDENTS, SCEINTIST( BIO FUEL, CHEMICAL ENGINEERING , ETHANOL PRODUCTION, SUGARCANE RESEARCH, WASTAGE MANAGEMENT, RECYCLE USE DEPT,FUEL TECHNOLOGY) ,TAMIL LANGUAGE . 40000 METRIC TON SUGARCANE WASTE IN EVERY YEAR
Views: 73 Murty Sundar
Iran made RahShenasan 1 passenger boat كشتي مسافربري راه شناسان يك ساخت ايران
 
01:33
November 5, 2015 (Persian calendar 1394/8/14) Kish Island (جزيره كيش) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kish_Island Specifications: Weight: 30 metric Ton Length: 24 meters (78.7 Foot) (26.2 Yard) Cargo & Fuel capacity: 30 metric Ton Speed: 28 Knot (51.8 Km/h) (32.2 Mile/h) Iran made RahShenasan 1 passenger boat كشتي مسافربري راه شناسان يك ساخت ايران
Views: 1268 Persian_boy
Metric Tons of Oxygen in the Oceans' Seawater - A Unit Conversion Example
 
04:29
Hey there! Welcome to another video tutorial on UNIT CONVERSION. In this example, we are asked to calculate the mass of OXYGEN in the Earth's ocean given its concentration in mg/L. Enjoy watching and continue learning!
Views: 82 chem101csub
A plant consumes 4,500 tons of furnace oil per year GCV =10,200 kCal kg as well as  43,000 MWh of el
 
00:31
Need Answer Sheet of this Question paper Contact us at [email protected] M: 7019944355 ENERGY MANAGEMENT Q.1 : A plant consumes 4,500 tons of furnace oil per year (GCV =10,200 kCal/kg), as well as 43,000 MWh of electricity per year. Draw the pie-chart of percentage share of each type of energy based on consumption in kCal (1 kWh = 860 kCal) Q2) How much Stream is recuire in a heat exchange to heat 120 kg/ hour of a process fluid From 40o C to 90o C. The specific heat of process fluid is 0.24 kCal/kg oC and the latent heat of steam is 540 kCal/ kg Q.3 The following table shows the import bill of fossil fuels in million metric tonnes (MMT) and its cost in Crores Rupees over the last eight years. (i) calculate the average annual percentage increase of fossil fuel imports (ii) calculate the average annual percentage increase of the import bill (iii) calculate the average costs for the last eight years, in Rs. Per metric ton of imported fossil fuels. Q.4 Fuel substitution from a high cost fuel to a low cost fuel in boilers is common to reduce energy bill. For the following situations calculate: (i) annual reduction in energy costs in Crore Rs. (ii) annual change in energy consumption in %. (Calorific value of fuels not required for calculations) Before substitution: Steam output = 6 tons/hour Fuel consumption = 1 ton oil per 13 tons of steam. Operating hours = 6400 / Year Fuel costs = Rs.13,000 /ton of oil Boiler thermal efficiency (yearly average)= 82% After Substitution: Steam output = 6 tons/hour Fuel consumption = 3 tons of waste wood per 13 tons of steam Fuel costs = Rs.2,000 / ton of waste wood Boiler thermal efficiency (yearly average) = 74% Q.5 A company invests Rs.10 lakhs and completes an energy efficiency project at the beginning of year 1. The firm is investing its own money and expects an internal rate of return, IRR, of at least 26% on constant positive annual net cash flow of Rs.2 lakhs, over a period of 10 years, starting with year 1. (i) Will the project meet the firm’s expectations? (ii) What is the IRR of this measure? Q.1) A waste heat recovery system can be installed in a furnace, which will cost Rs. 7,00,000/- to install. This system is expected to have a useful life of 6 years. The salvage value will be Rs. 2,00,000/-. The system will reduce the energy cost by Rs. 2,00,000/- per year, when it operates at full capacity. However the plant will be operating at partial capacity for the first 3 years and the annual energy savings will be at 70% of the energy cost savings at full capacity (Rs. 1,40,000/-). (20 Marks) The new system will entail a maintenance cost of Rs. 10,000/- per year for the first 3 years and Rs.12,000 per year for the next 3 years. A major overhaul is required in the 3rd year, which will cost Rs 1,00,000/- a) If discount rate is 10%, calculate the NPV and find out whether this energy conservation measure is profitable b) What is the profitability index for the project? Q.2 An energy auditor undertakes the energy audit of a steam system. The operating data is given as per the schematic diagram given below Key data and assumptions are enunciated below: a) Specific enthalpy of water at 10 kg/cm2 (g) pressure : 186 kCal/kg b) Specific enthalpy of evaporation/latent heat at 10 kg/cm2 (g) pressure : 478 kCal/kg c) Dryness fraction of steam generated : 0.95 d) Coal consumption : 840 kg/ hr e) Net calorific value (NCV) of imported coal : 6269 kCal/kg f) Moisture in coal : 3.5% g) Hydrogen in coal : 4% Other parameters as indicated in the above figure : Based on preliminary data assessment as stated above, calculate the following: i. Feed water temperature to boiler ii. Boiler efficiency by direct method on GCV basis iii. If the condensate return is enhanced to 6 TPH (steam generation of 7 TPH remaining same) what will be the reduction in coal consumption? Need Answer Sheet of this Question paper Contact us at [email protected] M: 7019944355
Views: 7 Answer Sheet
Largest U.S. Fuel Pipeline Shuts After Workers Trigger Blast
 
01:26
Largest U.S. Fuel Pipeline Shuts After Workers Trigger Blast Largest U.S. Fuel Pipeline Shuts After Workers Trigger Blast The pipelines remained shut and fire continued to burn as of 10:45 p.m. Monday local time, Colonial said in the statement. Emergency crews built a barrier 8 feet (2.4 meters) tall and 80 feet long to contain the burning fuel, Alabama Governor Robert Bentley wrote on Twitter. Major fuel suppliers began notifying wholesalers in South Carolina late Monday of allocations. The southeastern U.S. is “highly dependent on pipeline supplies from Colonial and, ultimately, Colonial flows form the baseline of U.S. East Coast supply,” Robert Campbell, head of oil products research at Energy Aspects Ltd. in New York, said in a note. The longer the mainlines are offline, “the more upward pressure will be placed on U.S. East Coast fuel prices, while downward pressure will be exerted on U.S. Gulf Coast product prices.” Gasoline traders responded immediately to the possible shortages, rushing to book extra tankers for replacement fuel supplies from Europe, according to two shipbrokers directly involved in the trade. Freight costs for cargoes across the Atlantic surged to the equivalent of about $17 per metric ton from about $12.40, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Retail prices for regular unleaded gasoline in states including Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina and Virginia remain below the current national average of $2.206 a gallon, according to data updated at 3:39 a.m. Eastern Time by the U.S. motorist organization AAA. Source : http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-10-31/largest-u-s-gasoline-pipeline-shuts-after-alabama-explosion
Views: 9 Headlines One
Why do aircraft store fuel in the wings?
 
12:53
Sponsor: https://brilliant.org/mentourpilot/ You probably know that aircraft store a lot of its fuel in the wings but do you know why? In todays video I will explain exactly what the idea behind aircraft fuel tanks in the wings are and I will also give you some info regarding the fuel system of the Boeing 737NG. If you have more aviation related questions I would ask you to please download the Free MENTOUR AVIATION APP using the links below. Enjoy! 📲IOS: https://appstore.com/mentouraviation 📲Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.teamta.mentouraviation A huge thank you to the following channel from where I have borrowed some material: John Baxter https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRzVBuFHNw2jccAe9qQFVxg Ask Aero https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUIv_bEEikx1-ZxEBMGjAzA Flow Science https://www.youtube.com/user/FlowScience
Views: 1614103 Mentour Pilot
How to replace a broken carburetor fuel inlet elbow/nipple Demo: Keihin Carb
 
06:22
I had a customer ship me a Keihin carb to restore and found the plastic fuel inlet to be cracked. Drag Specialties (you may know them as Parts Unlimited) has the solution! Watch this video for how to fix like the pros! If I can ever be of service to you, here is a video explains how to connect with me.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vjvmB01ebcs  Keep Wrenching, Shane Conley Instructor/Motivator/Motorcyclist www.how2wrench.com Did you like this free video and hope to see more? Would you just like to say thank you with a donation? Click https://www.paypal.me/how2wrench Like freebies? Click here for a free diagnostic checklist! http://gem.godaddy.com/signups/364621/join Head over to the new website and subscribe to the newsletter to never miss a video or newsletter! https://how2wrench.com/contact/ www.How2Wrench.com broke the mold of the delivery of tech training. We offer professional tech training over the phone. Your shop, your schedule. If you have Apple products, we can even provide guided assistance over Facetime. (I suggest asking a friend to borrow theirs now!) Imagine this… you’re in your shop wrenching away and you get stuck. You just hit a wall and no matter how hard you try, you can’t find a next step. You reach for the phone and hit speed dial. The number saved in your favorites is your personal coach at How2wrench! No sitting through hours of YouTube videos, websites or giving up! You can schedule time with a veteran technician to walk you through what you’re wrenching on. You can email info, photos and details directly to trainer. It’s the next closest thing to us sitting right next to you. This service is intended to fill the gap in many areas of need. Let me list a few: The DIY person needing help with a specific skill A tech just needing an advanced lesson or next step in their knowledge base Someone who would give anything to drop everything and move to a tech school but life just didn’t deal those cards. They understand the learning curve may take longer but are relentless in their desire to learn. Observant parents lacking the skill sets to teach their kids mechanics but see them craving to use tools and their hands. Click the links to playlists: (entire list link is the last one) Harley EVO: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAtBOuPaEyt95-wqtiOFk3tzUW2VARbHI Harley Twin Cam: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAtBOuPaEyt_7aGpzL9DxDVZy_fofjo1G 4-Stroke Engines: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAtBOuPaEyt-iDjXbKCN_b7_oRwTW2uAY 2-Stroke Engines: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAtBOuPaEyt_pO6zS6U7Rpjk-uCEYZZ8O "Every Mechanic Should Know This Training": https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAtBOuPaEyt_uMyVlK1tsBVnSYW1Q0vCK Transmission: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAtBOuPaEyt_VMoD82dhOk5XpIXMUASOU Wheels, tires, brakes: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAtBOuPaEyt8u703ZrvtvAUUuKIv6p2Ck Electrical: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAtBOuPaEyt_y8Ua2r49WYf0nLzYXT9eA Fuel, air, intake: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAtBOuPaEyt-ZMVRlpvWmVFLL10P16vWf Suspension: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAtBOuPaEyt-SLKUotAxQE1llsyQ_T0x2 All playlists by type: https://www.youtube.com/user/conleybuilt/playlists I teach a motorcycle/powersports technician program at Western Iowa Tech Community College in Sioux City, Iowa. These videos are used for review of labs for students and creating a deeper understanding of the lesson/skill set. As there is often more than one way of doing something, may you enjoy this free information as much as our students do in person. PLEASE HIRE OUR GRADUATES! If you would like more info on the program feel free to contact me @ 712-274-8733 ext 1204 or email [email protected] Are you interested in a career in the motorcycle industry? Click here for information on a great technician and parts specialist training program: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YFWKqGzakiw
Views: 24157 Shane Conley
calculate the average annual percentage increase of fossil fuel imports
 
00:23
Need Answer Sheet of this Question paper Contact us at [email protected] M: 7019944355 ENERGY MANAGEMENT Q.1 : A plant consumes 4,500 tons of furnace oil per year (GCV =10,200 kCal/kg), as well as 43,000 MWh of electricity per year. Draw the pie-chart of percentage share of each type of energy based on consumption in kCal (1 kWh = 860 kCal) Q2) How much Stream is recuire in a heat exchange to heat 120 kg/ hour of a process fluid From 40o C to 90o C. The specific heat of process fluid is 0.24 kCal/kg oC and the latent heat of steam is 540 kCal/ kg Q.3 The following table shows the import bill of fossil fuels in million metric tonnes (MMT) and its cost in Crores Rupees over the last eight years. (i) calculate the average annual percentage increase of fossil fuel imports (ii) calculate the average annual percentage increase of the import bill (iii) calculate the average costs for the last eight years, in Rs. Per metric ton of imported fossil fuels. Q.4 Fuel substitution from a high cost fuel to a low cost fuel in boilers is common to reduce energy bill. For the following situations calculate: (i) annual reduction in energy costs in Crore Rs. (ii) annual change in energy consumption in %. (Calorific value of fuels not required for calculations) Before substitution: Steam output = 6 tons/hour Fuel consumption = 1 ton oil per 13 tons of steam. Operating hours = 6400 / Year Fuel costs = Rs.13,000 /ton of oil Boiler thermal efficiency (yearly average)= 82% After Substitution: Steam output = 6 tons/hour Fuel consumption = 3 tons of waste wood per 13 tons of steam Fuel costs = Rs.2,000 / ton of waste wood Boiler thermal efficiency (yearly average) = 74% Q.5 A company invests Rs.10 lakhs and completes an energy efficiency project at the beginning of year 1. The firm is investing its own money and expects an internal rate of return, IRR, of at least 26% on constant positive annual net cash flow of Rs.2 lakhs, over a period of 10 years, starting with year 1. (i) Will the project meet the firm’s expectations? (ii) What is the IRR of this measure? Q.1) A waste heat recovery system can be installed in a furnace, which will cost Rs. 7,00,000/- to install. This system is expected to have a useful life of 6 years. The salvage value will be Rs. 2,00,000/-. The system will reduce the energy cost by Rs. 2,00,000/- per year, when it operates at full capacity. However the plant will be operating at partial capacity for the first 3 years and the annual energy savings will be at 70% of the energy cost savings at full capacity (Rs. 1,40,000/-). (20 Marks) The new system will entail a maintenance cost of Rs. 10,000/- per year for the first 3 years and Rs.12,000 per year for the next 3 years. A major overhaul is required in the 3rd year, which will cost Rs 1,00,000/- a) If discount rate is 10%, calculate the NPV and find out whether this energy conservation measure is profitable b) What is the profitability index for the project? Q.2 An energy auditor undertakes the energy audit of a steam system. The operating data is given as per the schematic diagram given below Key data and assumptions are enunciated below: a) Specific enthalpy of water at 10 kg/cm2 (g) pressure : 186 kCal/kg b) Specific enthalpy of evaporation/latent heat at 10 kg/cm2 (g) pressure : 478 kCal/kg c) Dryness fraction of steam generated : 0.95 d) Coal consumption : 840 kg/ hr e) Net calorific value (NCV) of imported coal : 6269 kCal/kg f) Moisture in coal : 3.5% g) Hydrogen in coal : 4% Other parameters as indicated in the above figure : Based on preliminary data assessment as stated above, calculate the following: i. Feed water temperature to boiler ii. Boiler efficiency by direct method on GCV basis iii. If the condensate return is enhanced to 6 TPH (steam generation of 7 TPH remaining same) what will be the reduction in coal consumption? Need Answer Sheet of this Question paper Contact us at [email protected] M: 7019944355
Views: 20 Answer Sheet
Ruthenium
 
02:18
Name Origin From Ruthenia, the Latin name of Russia. "Ruthenium" in different languages. Sources Found in the minerals pentlandite ((Fe,Ni)9S8) and pyroxinite. It is also possible to extract Ruthenium from spent nuclear fuel, which contains an average of 2 kg per metric ton. Uses Used to harden platinum and palladium. Also used in eye treatments, thickness meters for egg shells, fountain pen points, and electrical contacts. Aircraft magnetos use platinum alloy with 10% ruthenium. The corrosion resistance of titanium is increased markedly by the addition of a small amount of ruthenium. Recently, large metallo-organic complexes of ruthenium have been found to exhibit anti-tumor activity and the first of a new group of anti-cancer medicine are now in the stage of clinical trials.
Views: 1668 bbawor
Are Electric Cars Really Green?
 
05:08
Are electric cars greener than conventional gasoline cars? If so, how much greener? What about the CO2 emissions produced during electric cars' production? And where does the electricity that powers electric cars come from? Environmental economist Bjorn Lomborg, director of the Copenhagen Consensus Center, examines how environmentally friendly electric cars really are. Donate today to PragerU! http://l.prageru.com/2ylo1Yt Joining PragerU is free! Sign up now to get all our videos as soon as they're released. http://prageru.com/signup Download Pragerpedia on your iPhone or Android! Thousands of sources and facts at your fingertips. iPhone: http://l.prageru.com/2dlsnbG Android: http://l.prageru.com/2dlsS5e Join Prager United to get new swag every quarter, exclusive early access to our videos, and an annual TownHall phone call with Dennis Prager! http://l.prageru.com/2c9n6ys Join PragerU's text list to have these videos, free merchandise giveaways and breaking announcements sent directly to your phone! https://optin.mobiniti.com/prageru Do you shop on Amazon? Click https://smile.amazon.com and a percentage of every Amazon purchase will be donated to PragerU. Same great products. Same low price. Shopping made meaningful. VISIT PragerU! https://www.prageru.com FOLLOW us! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/prageru Twitter: https://twitter.com/prageru Instagram: https://instagram.com/prageru/ PragerU is on Snapchat! JOIN PragerFORCE! For Students: http://l.prageru.com/29SgPaX JOIN our Educators Network! http://l.prageru.com/2c8vsff Script: Do electric cars really help the environment? President Obama thinks so. So does Leonardo DiCaprio. And many others. The argument goes like this: Regular cars run on gasoline, a fossil fuel that pumps CO2 straight out of the tailpipe and into the atmosphere. Electric cars run on electricity. They don’t burn any gasoline at all. No gas; no CO2. In fact, electric cars are often advertised as creating “zero emissions.” But do they really? Let’s take a closer look. First, there’s the energy needed to produce the car. More than a third of the lifetime carbon-dioxide emissions from an electric car comes from the energy used make the car itself, especially the battery. The mining of lithium, for instance, is not a green activity. When an electric car rolls off the production line, it’s already been responsible for more than 25,000 pounds of carbon-dioxide emission. The amount for making a conventional car: just 16,000 pounds. But that’s not the end of the CO2 emissions. Because while it’s true that electric cars don’t run on gasoline, they do run on electricity, which, in the U.S. is often produced by another fossil fuel -- coal. As green venture capitalist Vinod Khosla likes to point out, "Electric cars are coal-powered cars." The most popular electric car, the Nissan Leaf, over a 90,000-mile lifetime will emit 31 metric tons of CO2, based on emissions from its production, its electricity consumption at average U.S. fuel mix and its ultimate scrapping. A comparable Mercedes CDI A160 over a similar lifetime will emit just 3 tons more across its production, diesel consumption and ultimate scrapping. The results are similar for a top-line Tesla, the king of electric cars. It emits about 44 tons, which is only 5 tons less than a similar Audi A7 Quattro. So throughout the full life of an electric car, it will emit just three to five tons less CO2. In Europe, on its European Trading System, it currently costs $7 to cut one ton of CO2. So the entire climate benefit of an electric car is about $35. Yet the U.S. federal government essentially provides electric car buyers with a subsidy of up to $7,500. Paying $7,500 for something you could get for $35 is a very poor deal. And that doesn’t include the billions more in federal and state grants, loans and tax write-offs that go directly to battery and electric-car makers The other main benefit from electric cars is supposed to be lower pollution. But remember Vinod Khosla’s observation "Electric cars are coal-powered cars." Yes, it might be powered by coal, proponents will say, but unlike the regular car, coal plant emissions are far away from the city centers where most people live and where damage from air pollution is greatest. However, new research in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that while gasoline cars pollute closer to home, coal-fired power actually pollutes more -- a lot more. For the complete script, visit https://www.prageru.com/videos/are-electric-cars-really-green
Views: 1518128 PragerU
Spent fuel composition by Ace Hoffman (based on Sorensen)
 
02:11
This two- minute animation was created using Kirk Sorensen's Spent Fuel Explorer, which in turn uses an industry-validated source for generating the data. I apologize for the flickering! And for saying "megaton" when I meant "metric ton." And for the "20 year" text not being quite synced up to that time period. This is a first draft! The flickering is due to an over-the-air capture of two runs of Sorensen's program. I didn't have time to figure out a pure-digital method in order to finish this by the day it was first needed (for the nuclear waste symposium in San Clemente October 19th, 2013). The image on the right had to be time-matched to the one on the left because the computer ran that portion of the simulation much faster than the more colorful left side. The two sides show the same thing different ways, and are in reasonably close synchronization now. Video by Ace Hoffman www.acehoffman.org
Views: 553 Ace Hoffman
ENERGY MANAGEMENT - calculate the average annual percentage increase of the import bill
 
01:12
Need Answer Sheet of this Question paper, contact [email protected] www.mbacasestudyanswers.com ARAVIND – 09901366442 – 09902787224 ENERGY MANAGEMENT Q.1 : A plant consumes 4,500 tons of furnace oil per year (GCV =10,200 kCal/kg), as well as 43,000 MWh of electricity per year. Draw the pie-chart of percentage share of each type of energy based on consumption in kCal (1 kWh = 860 kCal) Q2) How much Stream is recuire in a heat exchange to heat 120 kg/ hour of a process fluid From 40o C to 90o C. The specific heat of process fluid is 0.24 kCal/kg oC and the latent heat of steam is 540 kCal/ kg Q.3 The following table shows the import bill of fossil fuels in million metric tonnes (MMT) and its cost in Crores Rupees over the last eight years. (i) calculate the average annual percentage increase of fossil fuel imports (ii) calculate the average annual percentage increase of the import bill (iii) calculate the average costs for the last eight years, in Rs. Per metric ton of imported fossil fuels. Q.4 Fuel substitution from a high cost fuel to a low cost fuel in boilers is common to reduce energy bill. For the following situations calculate: (i) annual reduction in energy costs in Crore Rs. (ii) annual change in energy consumption in %. (Calorific value of fuels not required for calculations) Before substitution: Steam output = 6 tons/hour Fuel consumption = 1 ton oil per 13 tons of steam. Operating hours = 6400 / Year Fuel costs = Rs.13,000 /ton of oil Boiler thermal efficiency (yearly average)= 82% After Substitution: Steam output = 6 tons/hour Fuel consumption = 3 tons of waste wood per 13 tons of steam Fuel costs = Rs.2,000 / ton of waste wood Boiler thermal efficiency (yearly average) = 74% Q.5 A company invests Rs.10 lakhs and completes an energy efficiency project at the beginning of year 1. The firm is investing its own money and expects an internal rate of return, IRR, of at least 26% on constant positive annual net cash flow of Rs.2 lakhs, over a period of 10 years, starting with year 1. (i) Will the project meet the firm’s expectations? (ii) What is the IRR of this measure? Q.1) A waste heat recovery system can be installed in a furnace, which will cost Rs. 7,00,000/- to install. This system is expected to have a useful life of 6 years. The salvage value will be Rs. 2,00,000/-. The system will reduce the energy cost by Rs. 2,00,000/- per year, when it operates at full capacity. However the plant will be operating at partial capacity for the first 3 years and the annual energy savings will be at 70% of the energy cost savings at full capacity (Rs. 1,40,000/-). (20 Marks) The new system will entail a maintenance cost of Rs. 10,000/- per year for the first 3 years and Rs.12,000 per year for the next 3 years. A major overhaul is required in the 3rd year, which will cost Rs 1,00,000/- a) If discount rate is 10%, calculate the NPV and find out whether this energy conservation measure is profitable b) What is the profitability index for the project? Q.2 An energy auditor undertakes the energy audit of a steam system. The operating data is given as per the schematic diagram given below Key data and assumptions are enunciated below: a) Specific enthalpy of water at 10 kg/cm2 (g) pressure : 186 kCal/kg b) Specific enthalpy of evaporation/latent heat at 10 kg/cm2 (g) pressure : 478 kCal/kg c) Dryness fraction of steam generated : 0.95 d) Coal consumption : 840 kg/ hr e) Net calorific value (NCV) of imported coal : 6269 kCal/kg f) Moisture in coal : 3.5% g) Hydrogen in coal : 4% Other parameters as indicated in the above figure : Based on preliminary data assessment as stated above, calculate the following: i. Feed water temperature to boiler ii. Boiler efficiency by direct method on GCV basis iii. If the condensate return is enhanced to 6 TPH (steam generation of 7 TPH remaining same) what will be the reduction in coal consumption? WE PROVIDE CASE STUDY ANSWERS, ASSIGNMENT SOLUTIONS, PROJECT REPORTS AND THESIS [email protected] ARAVIND - 09901366442 – 09902787224
Views: 66 Mba Casestudyhelp
primitive Lime kiln Burn, The Results are in
 
24:23
This is the results of about 2 weeks work of muddy work and planning. it didnt go as well as i had hoped. i think i needed way more fuel or way less limestone. The purpose of this was not to see if i an do it but to see if i can do it in a way that is worth my time. The answer to that question is no. on a very small scale its fine and i am sure in the future i will use the skills learnt here but for the workshop plastering i will be buying the lime in because the quantity is just to much for me to do like this. Clearing some things up it seems there is a lot of confusion around my last video, I am completely aware that more fuel and more air a taller kiln and a closed top would all improve the results. Lets look at why i didn't do those things. 1. kiln is not tall enough : If the kin was any taller it would be hard to load and unload unless i had it dug in to a hill witch is more work than i wanted to do considering i can buy the lime quite cheap. 2. Close the top of the kiln so heat cant escape: This is very true, however it would make it very dificult to unload unless i rebuilt the top of the kiln each time witch again is more work than i wanted to do considering the price i can buy it for. i could of used a larger sheet of metal but i didnt have one, and again if i am going to spend money on it i might as well just buy the quicklime... 3. Not hot enough: considering there is large bits of lime that are burn this is clearly not true. its just uneven and not enough fuel to burn all of the stone. 4. you should use charcoal: yes charcoal would be better but i would need 2 ton of it at least to burn the amount of limestone i need to plaster the workshop. alot of the comments seem to be missing the point of the experiment. the experiment was to see if it is worthwhile for me to burn my own quicklime learn about it and provide some educational content to the channel. I found that it is quite easy to do in a wood stove, it is quite easy to do in a small efficient kiln with charcoal. if i loaded my large kiln with loads of wood and a small amount of limestone it would work fine. But the problem is doing it on any scale that gets me a large amount at a time requires Alot of work and alot of fuel. the experiment showed me that to make the two tons of quicklime i need for the workshop would take all my firewood stores and more. and take me weeks of work. i can buy the quicklime for £8.90 per 25kg so with everything else i have got to do around here it is just not worth it for me. im happy i did it and got a greater understanding of the work that goes in to it. Hope that clears some things up Making these videos takes alot of time so if you want to help keep the channel going visit patreon https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3659661 www.KrisHarbour.co.uk
CN TOWER Tour Toronto-Canada | The Tallest Building Tour | CN Tower | Most Visited Place in Canada
 
14:02
Hi Om Namah Shivaay Once the pouring of the concrete was completed on February 22, 1974, the final stages of building the world's tallest Tower were about to begin.The last thing to be added to the Tower was the 102 metre (335 foot) steel broadcasting antenna, consisting of 44 pieces - the heaviest weighing 7.26 metric tonnes (8 tons). Before the antenna could be lifted, however, the giant crane used for four years of round-the-clock service to build the Tower would have to be dismantled and brought down. To do all this moving, "Olga" - a 10 ton Sikorsky helicopter used primarily for industrial lifting - was flown to Toronto. And on her first trip, tragedy almost struck. As Olga was removing the first piece of the boom, the crane lurched, twisting and seizing the supporting bolts. Now hovering about 1500 feet up, Olga was basically attached to the Tower, with 50 minutes of fuel (the job was supposed to take only 12 minutes). The crane couldn't just be released, either. The operator was still inside. Steel workers scrambled up and burned off the bolts, finally releasing the crane from the Tower. Olga landed with about 14 minutes of fuel left. After this brush with danger Olga performed the rest of the work flawlessly. As each piece of antenna was raised, workers would stand at the top and help manoeuvre the new piece and bolt into place. And all this where the Tower is only 5 feet in diameter and with gusting winds and freezing temperatures. It took more than 3 1/2 weeks before the final piece of antenna was secured by high rigger Paul Mitchell on April 2, 1975. He even danced a little jig to celebrate. 1815 feet above the earth. Today, the antenna broadcasts over 30 Toronto television and FM radio signals across Southern Ontario in addition to wireless paging and cellular telephone signals. Plus, the antenna makes us the tallest tower in the western hemisphere. s with the most historic of events, the day of the grand opening (October 2, 1976) has been preserved in a Time Capsule. Here are the secret contents... A letter from Pierre Trudeau (our Prime Minister from April 20th, 1968 to June 3rd, 1979 and from March 3rd, 1980 to June 30th, 1984), who also officially sealed the capsule. Letters from each of the Provincial Premiers congratulating the Tower. Letters about the Tower from various school children. Copies of the three daily newspapers (Toronto Star, Toronto Sun and the Globe and Mail). Canadian coins and bills of various denominations. "To The Top", the video about the construction of theTower. And don't worry - the Capsule is safely tucked away inside the walls of the Tower on the Look Out level. The official opening to the time capsule will take place in the year 2076 ! Celebrating the History of Canada’s Architectural, Engineering and Construction Wonder Defining the Toronto skyline at 553.33m (1,815ft5in), the CN Tower is Canada’s most recognizable and celebrated icon. The CN Tower is an internationally renowned architectural triumph, an engineering Wonder of the Modern World, world-class entertainment and dining destination and a must see for anyone visiting Toronto. Each year, over 1.5 million people visit Canada’s National Tower to take in the breathtaking views and enjoy all the CN Tower has to offer. After 40 months of construction, the CN Tower was opened to the public on June 26, 1976 and it was well on its way to becoming the country’s most celebrated landmark. It is the centre of telecommunications for Toronto serving over 16 Canadian television and FM radio stations, the workplace of over 500 people throughout the year, and an internationally renowned tourism destination. Although the CN Tower inspires a sense of pride and inspiration for Canadians and a sense of awe for foreign tourists, its origins are rooted in practicality. The 1960s ushered in an unprecedented construction boom in Toronto transforming a skyline characterized by relatively low buildings into one dotted with skyscrapers. These buildings caused serious communications problems for existing transmission towers, which were simply not high enough to broadcast over the new buildings. Signals bounced off the buildings creating poor television and radio reception for residents. With its microwave receptors at 338 m (1,109 ft.) and at the 553.33m (1,815 ft., 5 inches) antenna, the CN Tower swiftly solved the communications problems with room to spare and as a result, people living in the Toronto area now enjoy some of the clearest reception in North America. The CN Tower was built in 1976 by Canadian National who wanted to demonstrate the strength of Canadian industry by building a tower taller than any other in the world. Building the CN Tower was a vast and ambitious project that involved 1,537 workers who worked 24 hours a day, five days a week for 40 months to completion. Tower construction crews moved in on February 6, 1973, and started to remove over 56 metric tonnes of earth and shale for the foundation.
Views: 119 VISA APPROVALS
Converting Gallons to Liters and Liters to Gallons
 
06:04
How to convert volume,gallons to liters and liters to gallons. Transcript Hello welcome to MooMooMath Today I work on converting volume and I will start with the conversion probably most popular and that is converting liters to gallons. I will also complete additional videos and include a link for all of them. Before we begin let me start by saying 1 gallon (not imperial gallon) = 3.78541 liters and 1 liter = . 264172 gallons. A gallon is larger than a liter. 5 liter beverage equals how many gallons, because you think in terms of gallons. Step 1 is to place liters on top and create a fraction and write a multiplication sign and place the unit I'm converting to on top and that is gallons. Place liters on the bottom . I next ask "which is larger, gallons or liters?" Gallons is larger so I place a 1 by the gallons. I write my conversion 3.78541 liters. The liters cancel and then multiply straight across. I get 5 divided by 3.78541 and when you do the Math that equals 1.32086 gallons. I created a fraction by placing liters on the top, completed multiplication,placed a 1 by the larger unit, and multiplied. Lets look at another example. This time I will convert 15 liters = gallons. Place gallons on top, place the liters over 1,and place liters on the bottom. Ask,"which is larger,gallons or liters?" Gallons are larger, and 1 gallons = 3.78541 liters. The liters cancel multiply straight across, which equals 15 divided by 3.78541. Now simplify the fraction, it will equal 3.96258 gallons. Now lets convert gallons to liters. 7 gallons = _____ liters. I now place liters on top because I want to convert to liters, and place gallons on the bottom. Next ask, "which is larger, gallons or liters?" Gallons are larger and 1 gallon is equal to 3.78541 liters. Place gallons over 1 and gallons cancel and it will equal 26.4979. Gllons cancel and I'm left with liters. Lets complete one more liter to gallons problem. 12 gallons equals how many liters? Again, I will place 12 gallons over 1 Multiply and place the unit I want on top of the fraction, which is liters. Place the gallons on the bottom. Ask "which is larger? Gallons or liters?" One gallon equals 3.78541 liters. Gallons cancel,multiply, and you are left with 45.4249 gallons. That is how you convert gallons to liters and liters to gallons. Hope this was helpful, and look for additional videos on converting volume. MooMooMath uploads a new Math video everyday. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Study Skills Teacher's Secret Guide to your Best Grades" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3bsg8gaSbw -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
post LOCA fuel dispersal Dec 2013 update   nuclear com
 
08:13
Update on post-LOCA dispersal of fine fuel fragments, almost like sand (Dec 2013) #nuclear from http://news.nuclear.com/blog7.php/update-on-post-loca-dispersal Dec 23, 2013 (nuclear.com) -- On December 4, 2013, A subcommittee of the Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguards held a meeting about fuel fragmentation, relocation and dispersal under LOCA conditions. The transcript of the meeting was released today, and it contains much of interest. Here's an excerpt from introductory comments by Kathy Gibson, (NRC/RES Division Director, Division of Systems Analysis): ... We put together this research plan as a result of unexpected results that emerged from tests in our LOCA program in Studsvik. The Studsvik tests produced observations of significant fuel dispersal characterized by fine fuel fragments, almost looks like sand. The fuel lines tested at Studsvik had a right average burnup near 70 gigawatt-days per metric ton of uranium. Halden tests used a very high burnup around 90 gigawatt-days. Citings had already shown significant fuel dispersal, but the Studsvik tests were closer to the U.S. burnup limits and therefore garnered greater attention. ... [T]he first observation of fuel dispersal was over ten years ago in the Halden reactor program. This phenomenon was first observed, but it was so unexpected that most of the explanations and discussions were really focused on what was non-typical about those experiments and kind of trying to look at what had happened and why it wasn't normal.
Views: 69 Steve Schulin
Mastercool universal hydraulic (brake/fuel) line flaring tool review
 
08:21
During my Ultimate Rabbit GTI project I managed to damage one too many completed brake lines by using a typical (OTC) manual flaring tool (bent/crooked flares, gouges in the line rust coating, rough finish (leaks!), etc.. I have now stepped up to the Mastercool hydraulic flaring tool and in one afternoon managed to perfectly fare every SAE and metric fitting on the project car - achieving OEM quality flares each and every time I used this great tool. Get one for your next flaring project: you won't be sorry.
Views: 39288 Derek Spratt
200 years of crushing it: Mammoet completes unique move of rock crusher in California
 
09:24
Mammoet has successfully transported a 690 metric ton granite rock crusher and primary conveyor inside the A.R. Wilson Quarry mining site in Aromas, California. Both pieces of equipment needed to be relocated from the top of the quarry to the new location further down in the mine. Mine owner Graniterock had previously attempted to drive the rock crusher downhill themselves; however, the crusher experienced a loss of braking power and the operation could not be completed safely. Mammoet was contracted because of their previous experience in mining equipment transport, and because of their proposed solution to move the crusher in one piece on SPMTs, whereas other proposals received included dismantling the rock crusher before transport. Mammoet’s solution meant the machine could remain active until just hours before the move, which significantly reduced downtime of this vital piece of mining equipment and avoided any unnecessary wear and tear on the machine. The rock crusher is one of only two rubberized crushers in the world (it has rubber wheels and is drivable), and is the only crusher currently in use. The quarry has been in operation since 1900, and by relocating the crusher, another 100 years of operation is expected.
Views: 49420 Mammoet
Bounty Hunting in the Verse EP6 waste of fuel but an amazing view
 
09:54
sometimes you go bust when hunting in the verse , i wanted to hit a haz res but i don't do it alone. so when i get back up ill go to one. so sorry i wasted your time but i didn't want to leave you with nothing. thanks for watching. Elite Dangerous bought by me windows f'ing 10 64bit PC bits intel I7 kab 7700k aorus mo bo aorus gtx1080 16g DDR4 HTC vive logitech g29 with 6 speed H Thrustmaster T16000M FCS Flight Pack - PC and just about all the VR games that don't blow. sadly there are a metric ton of them TAHT DO . DO THIS ONLY TO HAVE FUN AND I ONLY HOPE ITS FUN FOR YOU TOO.
Views: 17 Gopherchucks Games
30,000 metric tons of substandard diesel rejected
 
00:38
State Minister of Power and Energy Palitha Range Bandara says that a consignment of 30,000 metric tons of substandard diesel imported to the country has been rejected and sent back to the supplier. බාල තෙල් නැව හරවා යැව්වා මෙරටට ආනයනය කරන ලද ප්‍රමිතියෙන් තොර ඩීසල් මෙට්‍රික් ටොන් 30,000ක් යළි හරවා යැවීමට පියවර ගත් බව විදුලිබල හා බලශක්ති රාජ්‍ය අමාත්‍ය පාලිත රංගෙ බණ්ඩාර මහතා පවසයි.
Views: 845 Ada Derana
Herb Anderson's piece of the Chicago Pile
 
28:07
**TIME INDEX BELOW** This video shows a "live block" from the first nuclear reactor, the "Chicago Pile" or CP-1, built in secrecy beneath the stands of Stagg Field at the University of Chicago in 1942. The block was owned as a commemorative item by physicist Herbert L. Anderson. It consists of a piece of graphite with holes milled for two pieces of uranium metal nuclear fuel. In narrating this video I mostly blather unscripted for almost half an hour (sorry!), but I do touch on the following points: 01:48 The uranium fuel emits some radiation, amounting to an external gamma exposure rate of about 7.4 mR / hour on contact with the artifact. 05:15 I show how uranium metal fuel is held in the much larger holes in the graphite that were milled to accommodate uranium oxide "pseudosphere" fuel elements. 06:02 I mention the various different types of graphite-fuel arrangements found in CP-1, owing to the different types of fuel. 06:20 The fuel elements have numbers stamped on them, the significance of which is unknown. 07:16 I take out one of the fuel elements and show how it is supported in the graphite. I question whether the acrylic spacers were original or were added later for display purposes. 09:05 I weigh the fuel element I have removed from the block. 10:09 I discuss the AGOT graphite in this block as well as the properties of the various types of graphite used to build CP-1. 12:18 The gamma radiation from this fuel is characteristic of fission products because this fuel has been exposed to reactor operation. We examine both a scintillation gamma spectrum and an HPGe gamma spectrum. 18:04 From the gamma spectra we can quantitatively estimate the burnup at about 200 kW-days per metric ton of uranium. 19:25 This burnup is only consistent with this fuel having been not only in CP-1, but also CP-2. 22:45 I very briefly discuss the life and work of Herb Anderson. 25:37 I discuss the origins of the uranium used in CP-1, virtually all of which came from the Shinkolobwe Mine in what was then the Belgian Congo.
Views: 26623 Carl Willis
iRacing : I Can Get Used to This! (DW12 @ Mid Ohio)
 
47:20
I FREAKING LOVE THIS CAR. I've done a metric ton of laps around Mid Ohio, and enjoyed it pretty much the whole way except when Josh Chin showed up and put a voodoo curse on me. But anyways, read on below for more thoughts on the DW12 after a full week of racing on both road and oval series. Before we begin, I'm an Indycar fan as I've said for a long while. So yes, I really want to like the car. It isn't "initial impressions" when I've probably driven it as much as I've driven the Ruf for example. I put a LOT of time into this car by my standard over the short time it's been available. First, let's start on the oval, because that is where I started the week. The car is fast, hugely fast. We originally had 65 F mostly cloudy weather, which meant good power and good grip / downforce. Speeds in the open series were above 240 MPH at the end of the straight, which was ridiculous. After the weather change, things were brought back a bit to reality, though still a touch too fast - I feel because we can run so close to one another with comparatively little issue it artificially raises speeds, better drafting, less wing to maintain handling. Thankfully though, it isn't a crank all the wing out affair, at Michigan I was running -1 degree front IIRC, -5.5 rear and won my split on Monday in Open and was competitive all race. Then the weather changed to default 78 F partly cloudy, which put more emphasis on handling and brought speeds back to reality. As I had shipped my virtual self off to Mid Ohio by that point, I can't really give you an accurate opinion on that. Now, onto the road side. So I was watching the real race earlier today, and sure enough, the word "understeer" was uttered about a million times. People have been complaining about a few things on this car in iRacing - generally understeery, poor turn in, poor stability over bumps, inside front wheel lock up and carrying that wheel through the corner. Which are valid complaints. It does do that. Yet now that I've taken some time, worked on the issues with my setup and driving style - well, how many times did you see inside front wheel lock up in this video? It's all setup related, and in my opinion the baseline set is quite poor in those regards. However, there are several setups on the forum - including the exact one I'm running in this video - which will fix a lot of those issues. I can hear it now - I don't make / know / understand setups. Well, tough luck, honestly. Did you expect a ground effect open wheel single seater to not require setup work? Did you expect a 1600 lb car on harder tires to turn in better than the much lighter FW31? On that note, tire wear. I've heard a couple of people mention they are really struggling with it. In the several races I've done, I've had ~93-95% tread remaining after the first stop - slight lap time drop off, but not major drop off or balance change. Meanwhile, I've heard a few people mention being into the high 80s on the front - which tells me they are using the fronts a lot more - creating more turn in understeer. More wear issues, more understeer, like I said - alter your setup, alter your style. Follow me like a stalker! (please dont actually stalk me... duh) https://twitter.com/EmptyBox_007
Views: 35819 Empty Box
Units Conversion || Basics || Hindi || Simple Method - Part 1
 
12:37
#unitsconversion #trick #meaurement #baiscs #hindi My fb page - https://www.facebook.com/engineerashish/ Instagram : @engineer_ashish_ General things related to metro - https://youtu.be/fXWVYjqezyE Air bags - https://youtu.be/VxdOKAUjxeQ Windshield - https://youtu.be/S9UHBsfhZq4 Crdi, GDI, MPFI - https://youtu.be/Qf05MIFxX9c Machpherson Strut Suspension - https://youtu.be/Pz2ZU4iJ2Lg Caster angle - https://youtu.be/mRp3jxpAgV8 Toe in & Toe out - https://youtu.be/wkMg3zLvX00 Camber angle - https://youtu.be/qvmzWtvRte8 Type of Clutches - https://youtu.be/5Gr6z55GtO0 Master Cylinder - https://youtu.be/4foA0hqdxy0 Below the car Bonnet - https://youtu.be/XgBokJgHO3U Differential Working - https://youtu.be/9WeIT2-uBF4 Double declutching - https://youtu.be/HrOlNrrSN3E Constant mesh gearbox - https://youtu.be/jywJEv6rvgM Sliding mesh gear box : https://youtu.be/_211FSwdn8M Engine working - https://youtu.be/X-vGUYnH-uA Tube Vs Tubeless Tyre - https://youtu.be/rZn97raUoZ0 Cutting tool material - https://youtu.be/-Jj7Tpj19yk Suspension System - https://youtu.be/HT2Kd6pIArE Diesel Vs Petrol Engine - https://youtu.be/yicxeqykBhk In this Video, I've explained that how to convert the units. For example, I've discussed that how to convert metres into centimeters (cm) , inches to cm, foot to cm, hour to second, km/h to m/s, km to m, miles to kilometers, yard to metres, tonne to of etc. Firstly, I've discussed the basic units. The language used for Explanation is Hind/Urdu but the notes are made in English language. JAI HIND.
Views: 436229 UNSTOPPABLE ENGINEERS
Oasis of the Seas 2018 Review VLOG 2 WOW! HUGE Ship royal caribbean
 
22:39
Subscribe to our Channels first Daily Feature Show!: "Today's Cruise2 Minute Tip: Use Carnival Cruise Gift Cards & Save Vacation Travel Trip Money" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCgq4nQiR38 --~-- Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas March 2018 7 Day Cruise Best Affordable Vlogging Smartcam Gear for The Beginner What we used this trip. (This are affiliate links and help our channel). This was our first doing a Vlog for an entire cruise trip and the learning experience was fun for both of us. A great tool that helped us (besides lots of internet researcher and youtube videos was the book, "So You Want to Vlog?: How to start from scratch..." http://amzn.to/2DJpqda AMIR Phone Camera Lens, 0.45X Wide Angle Lens $17.99 http://amzn.to/2HQN9ur Handheld video camera stabilizer Steadicam $19.99 Current http://amzn.to/2pyKNbV Rode VideoMic Me Directional Microphone with Deadcat Wind Muffle $32.00 (Warehouse Open Boc) http://amzn.to/2HUWT75 Conzy Universal Adjustable Tripod Kit with Bluetooth Remote Control and Smartphone Holder Mount http://amzn.to/2u9LgXN Fugetek FT-568 Professional High End Alloy Selfie Stick Monopod http://amzn.to/2DJIbNy Instead of an expensive 4K camcorder we use a Samsung 4K Galaxy S5 with great results $150 http://amzn.to/2GSsrev 10,000 mAh (10 Hours) - Qi Portable Power Bank Wireless Charging Battery Pack http://amzn.to/2u5B1DW Ship's Stats: 225,000 gross tons, 22 knots cruising speed 30 feet draft 1,187 feet long, 208 feet wide 24 guest elevators Crew: 2,196 over 71 nationalities Staterooms Total: 2,744 Balconies: 970 Outside: 266 46 Wheelchair accessible staterooms 683 staterooms with additional berths Guests: 5,488 (double occupancy) 6,680 (full occupancy) Technical Main propulsion 3 x ABB Azipod each 20 MW Motors ABB 60 MW - 80,500 HP Generators 6 pieces total power of 97 MW each for a total of 130,000 HP Stabilizers: 2 x Biohm & Voss Bow Thrusters: 4 x Wartsila 5.5 MW each, 7,500 HP total of 22 MW or 29,500 HP Max Speed: 24 Knots Fuel Consumption (at full speed): 16 metric ton/hour = 0.7 metric ton 193 gallon/nautical mile, 31 feet per gallon Fresh water: Production: 4x 825 tons/24 hours + 400 tons/24 hours Total of 4100 tons/24 hours Consumption: 1,700 tons per day
Views: 1283 HIGH SEAS-LOW ROLLERS
Toyota Project Portal Hydrogen Fuel Cell Truck
 
03:41
Toyota revealed "Project Portal" - a hydrogen fuel cell system designed for heavy duty truck use at the Port of Los Angeles. The zero-emission truck proof of concept will take part in a feasibility study examining the potential of fuel cell technology in heavy duty applications. The Project Portal platform is designed to provide the target performance required to support port drayage operations. The truck generates more than 670 horsepower and 1325 pound feet of torque (approx. 1800 Nm) from two Mirai fuel cell stacks and a 12kWh battery, a relatively small battery to support class 8 load operations. The concept’s gross combined weight capacity is 80,000 lbs. (36.3 metric ton), and its estimated driving range is more than 200 miles (320 km) per fill, under normal drayage operation.
Views: 1175 The Wheel Network