domestic lighting Articles

  • Sorting plant for domestic waste and light packagings, location: Spain

    Task Automation of the excisting sorting line for light packagings and optimisation of the processing  line for domestic waste (organic part).  The throughput rates of both lines shall be  considerably increased upgrading the quality  of the compost and recovering a higher proportion of light packagings at the same  time. Solution ...


  • Environmental design in domestic ancient Greek architecture

    The objective of this paper is to show that the subtle climatic differences should lead to different environmental strategies in building construction. Domestic architecture is investigated since housing is the most energy demanding building type. The study aims to demonstrate that the architectural subtleties developed between different house types have direct relevance to the different ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Shining a light on sludge

    HACH LANGE's Solitax turbidity/ suspended solids sensor has been integrated into a tanker reception system to enable the measurement of solids concentration in wastewater movements to and from treatment plants and in trade waste applications for monitoring strengths of imported wastes. JR Pridham Services Ltd (JRP) developed the system to provide visibility of both quantitative and qualitative ...


  • Inconsistent US Energy Legislation Depresses U.S. Domestic Economic Recovery

    As new energy standards and regulations are enacted across the globe in an effort to address the rising costs of energy production, the declining availability of fossil fuels, and the environmental impact of energy production, some of the traditional leaders in lighting industries are finding themselves hard pressed to maintain competitiveness. With ...


    By Larson Electronics LLC

  • Much light, little heat efficiency

    Energy efficiency in the US is much light and little heat – literally.  Government policy pays a great deal of attention to saving electricity, but focuses little on the thermal energy we waste.  “Policy is electricity-centric in the US. Unless you are making kilowatts, the most efficient investments are off the radar,” said Rob Thornton, president of the ...


    By Energy Efficiency Markets

  • Costs and Benefits of Energy Efficient Lighting and Technology

    In developed nations, lighting accounts for a large portion of the entire amount of electrical power consumed. In the United States, lighting is responsible for approximately 20% of total electricity consumption. In Canada, up to 50% of the electricity used in residential areas is consumed by lighting. In the US and Canada, lighting accounts for about 35% of the electricity used in commercial ...


    By Larson Electronics LLC

  • Health implications of lipopolysaccharide endotoxins in domestic container water used by rural households in South Africa

    This study assessed the occurrence of endotoxins, cyanobacteria and enterobacteria in untreated drinking water stored in domestic water containers by rural households in South Africa. Endotoxins, cyanobacteria, total coliforms and Escherichia coli were measured in the following numbers and ranges in container-water samples: 4–54 μg l−1, 69–64,505 cells ml−1, 9,000–280,000 CFU/100 ml and ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Material selection for a constructed wetroof receiving pre-treated high strength domestic wastewater

    A constructed wetroof (CWR) is defined in this study as the combination of a green roof and a constructed wetland: a shallow wastewater treatment system placed on the roof of a building. The foremost challenge of such CWRs, and the main aim of this investigation, is the selection of an appropriate matrix capable of assuring the required hydraulic retention time, the long-term stability and the ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Carmanah Technologies Interviewed by News Ghana on Solar Airfield Lighting

    Cory Brigham, Aviation Sales Representative for Carmanah Technologies, met with News Ghana in an exclusive interview on the sidelines of the Fourth Annual Africa Airport Expansion Summit which ended in Accra on Friday. “It is possible to have airfield lighting at every airport; all your domestic airports, regional airports and international airports. This improves safety which ...

  • Solvothermal synthesis of nano–CeO
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    and degradation of dye in indoor lighting

    Azo dyes are an abundant class of synthetic, organic compounds containing one or more azo bonds (–N=N–). A large amount of these dyes are produced for using in different applications. However, their complex structure makes them difficult to biologically degrade. We sought to degrade acid orange 7 (AO7) using nitrogen–doped (N–doped) and carbon–nitrogen (C–N) co–doped ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Potential impacts of on-site greywater reuse in landscape irrigation

    This study investigated the effects of irrigation with different types of waters on soil, plants, and public health. The test plant was ryegrass grown in 12 planters filled with sandy loam soil and irrigated with three types of waters (4 planters for each type): freshwater, raw domestic light greywater (GW), and treated domestic light GW. The sodium adsorption ratio (SAR), EC, pH and alkalinity ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Evaluation of nuclear knowledge management: an outcome in JAERI

    The author performed an ex post evaluation on the nuclear research of JAERI and revealed that the national funds invested in this field were 4 b$. With aid of NKM, it was revealed that the total outcome was 6 b$, where the creation of nuclear markets for electricity and nuclear facilities was the main stream. This implies that the cost benefit effect is 6 b$/4 b$ = 1.5 (>1). From this, it can be ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Analysis of water pricing in Ireland and recommendations towards a more efficient water sector

    Within Ireland, both the public water supply and group water scheme (GWS) sectors are crucial entities in the provision of water supply to individuals. In this study, variances in water charges and operation are assessed via an in-depth survey of 104 GWSs in order to establish the range in both domestic and commercial charges, and also to establish the factors influencing these charges within ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Climate change and water resources in Turkey: a review

    There is a close link between climate change and water resources owing to the strong relationship between climate and hydrology. Effects of climate change on water availability have potential to impact water supply for domestic, agricultural, industrial, environmental, and hydro-electricity generation purposes in Turkey. Thereby, it is necessary to develop hydro-meteorological impact studies in ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Fate of effluent organic matter during soil aquifer treatment: biodegradability, chlorine reactivity and genotoxicity

    Hydrophobic acid (HPO-A) and transphilic acid (TPI-A) fractions of dissolved organic matter (DOM) were isolated from a domestic secondary wastewater effluent that was polished via soil aquifer treatment (SAT). Fractions were isolated using XAD resin adsorption chromatography from samples obtained along the vadose zone flowpath at a full-scale basin recharge facility in Tucson, Arizona. Changes in ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Reactive and real power compensation with DSTATCOM and BESS for mitigation of flicker

    Voltage flicker, a phenomenon of annoying light intensity fluctuation, caused by rapid change in industrial and domestic load such as electric arc furnaces (EAF), rolling mills, welding equipments and pumps operating periodically, has been a major concern for supply utilities, electricity regulatory agencies and costumers. The FACTS devices like SVC's, STATCOM and custom power devices like ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Climatic Catastrophes And The Role Of Solar Power

    The world is witnessing a drastic negative change in the climate of all regions owing to the rapid increase in the burning of fossil fuels as well as utilization of other non-renewable sources for energy production. These worst fears of increasing natural disasters, extreme weather and melting of Earth’s icecaps were confirmed by the recent release of IPCC’s climate assessment report. ...


    By Greenshine New Energy LLC

  • Voices from India on renewable energy sources

    As we all know that all natural resources on this earth are exhaustible sooner than later.  At the current rate in growth of Energy Demand of the world, Fossil Fuels would last in the following order: Oil is expected to last only 45 years, Gas 70 years and Coal 250 years from now.  The good quality coal of low ash content, however, may last only for another 70 to 100 years. Once these ...


  • Use of CFD Modelling to Optimise the Design of Upper-room UVGI Disinfection Systems for Ventilated Rooms

    AbstractThe installation of upper-room ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) devices in ventilated rooms has the potential to reduce transmission of infections by an airborne route. However, the performance of such devices is dependant on several factors including the location of the lamp and the ventilation airflow in the room. This study uses a CFD model to evaluate the performance of UVGI ...


    By SAGE Publications

  • Law relating to nuclear liability and compensation in India

    The operationalisation of the India-USA Joint Statement of 18 July 2005 has opened up the Indian nuclear market for foreign cooperation and participation. Moreover, both domestically and internationally, a number of instruments have been concluded, the recent being the Indian Legislation, Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Bill, 2010 passed by both the Houses of Indian Parliament and is under ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

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