Posted by Olivier Chabilan on - 26 September 2018
During the design phases of a vehicle, allocated space for systems very often becomes a problem.
Posted by Olivier Chabilan on - 04 September 2018
The International Maritime Organization (IMO for short) proposes to drastically reduce emission coming from the maritime industry.
It is believed that maritime transport alone causes 25% of the world's CO2 emissions. Up to recently, the industry has been using "Bunker oil". It is the lowest form of fuel coming from the oil refining process and the...
Posted by Olivier Chabilan on - 05 July 2018
Is it possible to be possible carbon neutral? In fact... Is it possible to take CO2 out of the atmosphere
Posted by Olivier Chabilan on - 22 June 2018
A dispute between Serbia and Kosovo regarding electricity usage of Kosovo has had a significant domino effect on the whole European grid (ENTSO-E). In 25 countries, the 50 Hz has been reduced in order to cater for the energy needed to keep Kosovo from suffering regular blackouts. This meant that all grid-operated clocks such as oven clocks, alarm clocks,...
Posted by Olivier Chabilan on - 13 June 2018
The wind power industry has been criticized for receiving substantial subsidies from public funds, fixing the revenue for wind farms. The windmills have also been criticized for being out of place in fields and very dangerous for wild birds and particularly birds of prey.
Posted by Olivier Chabilan on - 18 May 2018
Imagine a small city on water, this is how large ships are like. The critical functions of a small city are also replicated. Light, water, food, medical care... It all has to fit on board and be ready.
Posted by Olivier Chabilan on - 11 May 2018
Lifeboats have been around for centuries with varying amounts of success at saving people's lives at sea.The reliability of a lifeboat is crucial and they have to operate in all weathers no matter what.
Posted by Olivier Chabilan on - 02 May 2018
What prevention methods are in place in the small machining outfits at the edge of town, or for large factories?
A lot of people subscribe to insurance programs that "should" compensate for blackout damages. It is all very well until a blackout occurs and the small print gets scrutinized.