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Sunday, 23 October 2011

Sachin Tendulkar Biography

Full name: Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar

Father: Ramesh Tendulkar, a Marathi novelist,

Born :24 April 1973 (1973-04-24) (age 35),Mumbai, India

Wife and Children:Anjali (born November 10, 1967), a paediatrician ,Sara (born October 12, 1997), and Arjun (born September 24, 1999).                                                      

Nickname:Little Master, Master Blaster, The Master,The Little Champion

Height :5 ft 5 in (1.7 m)

Batting style :Right-handed

Bowling style: Right-arm leg break/off break/medium

Role :Batsman

Tendulkar attended Sharadashram Vidyamandir (High School), where he began his cricketing career under the guidance of his coach and mentor, Ramakant Achrekar. During his school days he attended the MRF Pace Foundation to train as a fast bowler, but Australian fast bowler Dennis Lillee, who took a world record 355 Test wickets, was unimpressed, suggesting that Tendulkar focus on his batting instead. When he was young, Tendulkar would practice for hours on end in the nets. If he became exhausted, Achrekar would put a one-Rupee-coin on the top of the stumps, and the bowler who dismissed Tendulkar would get the coin. If Tendulkar passed the whole session without getting dismissed, the coach would give him the coin. Tendulkar now considers the 13 coins he won then as some of his most prized possessions. While at school, he developed a reputation as a child prodigy. He had become a common conversation point in Mumbai circles, where there were suggestions already that he would become one of the greats. His season in 1988 was extraordinary, with Tendulkar scoring a century in every innings he played. He was involved in an unbroken 664-run partnership in a Lord Harris Shield inter-school game in 1988 with friend and team mate Vinod Kambli, who would also go on to represent India. The destructive pair reduced one bowler to tears and made the rest of the opposition unwilling to continue the game. Tendulkar scored 326* in this innings and scored over a thousand runs in the tournament.

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Domestic career

On December 11, 1988, aged just 15 years and 232 days, Tendulkar scored 100 not-out in his debut first-class match for Mumbai against Gujarat, making him the youngest cricketer to score a century on his first-class debut. His first double century was for Mumbai while playing against the visiting Australian team at the Brabourne Stadium in 1998. Tendulkar is the only player to score a century in all three of his Ranji Trophy, Duleep Trophy and Irani Trophy debuts. In 1992, at the age of 19, Tendulkar became the first overseas born player to represent Yorkshire (Craig White, although born in Yorkshire was the first player to be signed as an overseas player by Yorkshire. He had to be listed as an overseas player as he had already played for Victoria in Australia). Tendulkar played 16 first-class matches for the county and scored 1070 runs at an average of 46.52.

Indian Premier League Tendulkar was made the icon player and captain for his home side, the Mumbai Indians in the inaugural Indian Premier League Twenty20 competition in 2008.As an icon player, he was signed for a sum of US$1,121,250, 15% more than the second-highest paid player in the team, Sanath Jayasuriya.


Tendulkar's two tenures as captain of the Indian cricket team were not very successful. When Tendulkar took over as Captain in 1996, it was with huge hopes and expectations. However, by 1997 the team was performing poorly. Azharuddin was credited with saying "Nahin jeetega! Chote ki naseeb main jeet nahin hai!",[28] which translates into: "He won't win! It's not in the small one's destiny". Tendulkar, succeeding Azharuddin as captain for his second term, then led India on a tour of Australia, where the visitors were comprehensively beaten 3-0 by the newly-crowned world champions.[29] Tendulkar, however, was at his usual best and won the player of the tournament award as well as player of the match in one of the games. After another Test series defeat, this time by a 0-2 margin at home against South Africa, Tendulkar resigned, and Sourav Ganguly took over as captain in 2000.

Barack Obama Biography

Name:Barack Obama

Born :August 4, 1961 (1961-08-04) (age 47),Honolulu, Hawaii.

Birth name:Barack Hussein Obama II.

Nationality :American

Political party: Democratic

Spouse:Michelle Obama (m. 1992)

Children:Malia Ann (b.1998)

Natasha (Sasha) (b.2001)

Residence :Chicago, IL (private),White House, Washington, D.C. (official)

Alma mater:Occidental College, Columbia University (B.A.), Harvard Law School (J.D.)

Occupation:Community organizer,Lawyer,Constitutional law professor,Author

Religion:Christian, former member of United Church of Christ.

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State legislator: 1997–2004

Obama was elected to the Illinois Senate in 1996, succeeding State Senator Alice Palmer as Senator from Illinois's 13th District, which then spanned Chicago South Side neighborhoods from Hyde Park-Kenwood south to South Shore and west to Chicago Lawn. Once elected, Obama gained bipartisan support for legislation reforming ethics and health care laws. He sponsored a law increasing tax credits for low-income workers, negotiated welfare reform, and promoted increased subsidies for childcare.[49] In 2001, as co-chairman of the bipartisan Joint Committee on Administrative Rules, Obama supported Republican Governor Ryan's payday loan regulations and predatory mortgage lending regulations aimed at averting home foreclosures. 2004 U.S. Senate campaign

In May 2002, Obama commissioned a poll to assess his prospects in a 2004 U.S. Senate race; he created a campaign committee, began raising funds and lined up political media consultant David Axelrod by August 2002, and formally announced his candidacy in January 2003.Decisions by Republican incumbent Peter Fitzgerald and his Democratic predecessor Carol Moseley Braun not to contest the race launched wide-open Democratic and Republican primary contests involving fifteen candidates.Obama's candidacy was boosted by Axelrod's advertising campaign featuring images of the late Chicago Mayor Harold Washington and an endorsement by the daughter of the late Paul Simon, former U.S. Senator for Illinois. In the March 2004 primary election, Obama won an unexpected landslide victory with 53% of the vote in a seven-candidate field, 29% ahead of his nearest Democratic rival, which overnight made him a rising star in the national Democratic Party and started speculation about a presidential future.

2008 presidential campaign

Obama stands on stage with his wife and two daughters just before announcing his presidential candidacy in Springfield, Illinois, Feb. 10, 2007. On February 10, 2007, Obama announced his candidacy for President of the United States in front of the Old State Capitol building in Springfield, Illinois.The choice of the announcement site was symbolic because it was also where Abraham Lincoln delivered his historic "House Divided" speech in 1858.Throughout the campaign, Obama emphasized the issues of rapidly ending the Iraq War, increasing energy independence and providing universal health care.

George W. Bush Biography

Born: July 6, 1946 (1946-07-06) (age 62) New Haven, Connecticut

Birth name :George Walker Bush

Nationality :American

Political party :Republican

Spouse :Laura Bush

Children:Barbara Pierce Bush and Jenna Welch Hager

Residence :Dallas, Texas

Crawford, Texas

Alma mater :Yale University Harvard Business School

Occupation :Businessman(oil, baseball)

Religion:United Methodist

As a child, Bush attended public schools in Midland, Texas until the family moved to Houston after he completed seventh grade. He then went to The Kinkaid School, a prep school in Houston, for two years. Bush finished his high school years at Phillips Academy, a boarding school (then all-male) in Andover, Massachusetts, where he played baseball and during his senior year was the head cheerleader.Bush attended Yale University from 1964 to 1968, graduating with a Bachelor's degree in history.During this time, he was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon, being elected the fraternity's president during his senior year.Bush also became a member of the secretive Skull and Bones society as a college senior. He characterized himself as an average student. Beginning in the fall of 1973, Bush attended the Harvard Business School, where he earned an MBA. He is the only US President to have earned an MBA. 

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In 1978, Bush ran for the House of Representatives from Texas's 19th congressional district. His opponent, Kent Hance, portrayed him as being out of touch with rural Texans; Bush lost the election by 6,000 votes (6%) of the 103,000 votes cast.He returned to the oil industry and began a series of small, independent oil exploration companies.He created Arbusto Energy, and later changed the name to Bush Exploration. In 1984, his company merged with the larger Spectrum 7, and Bush became chairman.The company was hurt by a decline in oil prices, and as a result, it folded into Harken Energy.Bush served on the board of directors for Harken.Questions of possible insider trading involving Harken arose, but the Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) investigation concluded that the information Bush had at the time of his stock sale was not sufficient to constitute insider trading.

Bush moved his family to Washington, D.C. in 1988 to work on his father's campaign for the U.S. presidency. He worked as a campaign adviser and served as liaison to the media;he assisted his father by campaigning across the country.Returning to Texas after the successful campaign, he purchased a share in the Texas Rangers baseball franchise in April 1989, where he served as managing general partner for five years.He actively led the team's projects and regularly attended its games, often choosing to sit in the open stands with fans.The sale of Bush's shares in the Rangers in 1998 brought him over $15 million from his initial $800,000 investment.

In December 1991, Bush was one of seven people named by his father to run his father's 1992 Presidential re-election campaign as "campaign advisor".The prior month, Bush had been asked by his father to tell White House chief of staff John H. Sununu that he should resign.

Governor of Texas in the year of 1994

President of America in the year of 2000

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi Biography

Name:Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

Father:Karamchand Gandhi


Born:2 October 1869 Porbandar, Kathiawar Agency, British India

Died:30 January 1948 (aged 78) New Delhi, Union of India

Cause of death:Assassination

Nationality :Indian

Other names:Mahatma Gandhi

Education :University College London

Known for :Indian Independence Movement

Political party:Indian National Congress

Religious beliefs:Hinduism

Spouse(s):Kasturba Gandhi

Children: Harilal,Manilal,Ramdas,Devdas

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In South Africa, Gandhi faced discrimination directed at Indians. He was thrown off a train at Pietermaritzburg after refusing to move from the first class to a third class coach while holding a valid first class ticket. Traveling further on by stagecoach, he was beaten by a driver for refusing to travel on the foot board to make room for a European passenger. He suffered other hardships on the journey as well, including being barred from several hotels. In another incident, the magistrate of a Durban court ordered Gandhi to remove his turban, which he refused to do. These events were a turning point in his life, awakening him to social injustice and influencing his subsequent social activism. It was through witnessing firsthand the racism, prejudice and injustice against Indians in South Africa that Gandhi started to question his people's status within the British Empire, and his own place in society.

In 1915, Gandhi returned from South Africa to live in India. He spoke at the conventions of the Indian National Congress, but was primarily introduced to Indian issues, politics and the Indian people by Gopal Krishna Gokhale, a respected leader of the Congress Party at the time.

Gandhi's principles See also: Gandhism Truth Gandhi dedicated his life to the wider purpose of discovering truth, or Satya. He tried to achieve this by learning from his own mistakes and conducting experiments on himself. He called his autobiography The Story of My Experiments with Truth. Gandhi stated that the most important battle to fight was overcoming his own demons, fears, and insecurities. Gandhi summarized his beliefs first when he said "God is Truth". He would later change this statement to "Truth is God". Thus, Satya (Truth) in Gandhi's philosophy is "God". Nonviolence Although Mahatama Gandhi was in no way the originator of the principle of non-violence, he was the first to apply it in the political field on a huge scale.[28] The concept of nonviolence (ahimsa) and nonresistance has a long history in Indian religious thought and has had many revivals in Hindu, Buddhist, Jain, Jewish and Christian contexts. Gandhi explains his philosophy and way of life in his autobiography The Story of My Experiments with Truth

Bill Gates Biography

Name:William H. Gates

Father:J. W. Maxwell

Schooling at :Lakeside School.

College:Gates graduated from Lakeside School in 1973. He scored 1590 out of 1600 on the SAT and subsequently enrolled at Harvard College in the fall of 1973.

Wife:Melinda French

Children: Jennifer Katharine (1996), Rory John (1999) and Phoebe Adele (2002).

Gates is also known as an avid reader, and the ceiling of his large home library is engraved with a quotation from The Great Gatsby. He also enjoys playing bridge, tennis, and golf.

Gates was number one on the "Forbes 400" list from 1993 through to 2007 and number one on Forbes list of "The World's Richest People" from 1995 to 2007 and 2009. In 1999, Gates's wealth briefly surpassed $101 billion, causing the media to call him a "centibillionaire". Since 2000, the nominal value of his Microsoft holdings has declined due to a fall in Microsoft's stock price after the dot-com bubble burst and the multi-billion dollar donations he has made to his charitable foundations. In a May 2006 interview, Gates commented that he wished that he were not the richest man in the world because he disliked the attention it brought.


MITS Altair 8800 Computer with 8-inch (200 mm) floppy disk system After reading the January 1975 issue of Popular Electronics that demonstrated the Altair 8800, Gates contacted Micro Instrumentation and Telemetry Systems (MITS), the creators of the new microcomputer, to inform them that he and others were working on a BASIC interpreter for the platform.In reality, Gates and Allen did not have an Altair and had not written code for it; they merely wanted to gauge MITS's interest. MITS president Ed Roberts agreed to meet them for a demo, and over the course of a few weeks they developed an Altair emulator that ran on a minicomputer, and then the BASIC interpreter. The demonstration, held at MITS's offices in Albuquerque, was a success and resulted in a deal with MITS to distribute the interpreter as Altair BASIC.

Gates oversaw Microsoft's company restructuring on June 25, 1981, which re-incorporated the company in Washington and made Gates President of Microsoft and the Chairman of the Board.Microsoft launched its first retail version of Microsoft Windows on November 20, 1985, and in August, the company struck a deal with IBM to develop a separate operating system called OS/2. Although the two companies successfully developed the first version of the new system, mounting creative differences undermined the partnership. Gates distributed an internal memo on May 16, 1991 announcing that the OS/2 partnership was over and Microsoft would shift its efforts to the Windows NT kernel development.

Time magazine named Gates one of the 100 people who most influenced the 20th century, as well as one of the 100 most influential people of 2004, 2005, and 2006. Time also collectively named Gates, his wife Melinda and alternative rock band U2's lead singer Bono as the 2005 Persons of the Year for their humanitarian efforts.In 2006, he was voted eighth in the list of "Heroes of our time".Gates was listed in the Sunday Times power list in 1999, named CEO of the year by Chief Executive Officers magazine in 1994, ranked number one in the "Top 50 Cyber Elite" by Time in 1998, ranked number two in the Upside Elite 100 in 1999 and was included in The Guardian as one of the "Top 100 influential people in media" in 2001.

Gates has authored two books:
* The Road Ahead (1995)
* Business @ the Speed of Thought (1999)

A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Biography

Name:Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam

Born:October 15, 1931 (1931-10-15) (age 77),Rameshwaram, Tamil Nadu, India


Kalam's father was a devout Muslim, who owned boats which he rented out to local fishermen and was a good friend of Hindu religious leaders and the school teachers at Rameshwaram. APJ Abdul Kalam mentions in his biography that to support his studies, he started his career as a newspaper vendor. This was also told in the book, A Boy and His Dream: Three Stories from the Childhood of Abdul Kalam by Vinita Krishna. The house Kalam was born in can still be found on the Mosque street in Rameshwaram, and his brother's curio shop abuts it. This has become a point-of-call for tourists who seek out the place. Kalam grew up in an intimate relationship with nature, and he says in Wings of Fire that he never could imagine that water could be so powerful a destroying force as that he witnessed when he was thirty three. That was in 1964 when a cyclonic storm swept away the Pamban bridge and a trainload of passengers with it and also Kalam's native village, Dhanushkodi. Kalam is a scholar of Thirukkural; in most of his speeches, he quotes at least one kural. Kalam has written several inspirational books, most notably his autobiography Wings of Fire, aimed at motivating Indian youth. Another of his books, Guiding Souls: Dialogues on the Purpose of Life reveals his spiritual side. He has written poems in Tamil as well. It has been reported that there is considerable demand in South Korea for translated versions of books authored by him. Kalam has also patronised grassroots innovations. He is closely associated with the Honey Bee Network and The National innovation Foundation. The NIF is a body of Government of India and operates from Ahmadabad, Gujarat.

Kalam as an engineer                                                                      

Abdul Kalam graduated from Madras Institute of Technology majoring in Aeronautical Engineering. As the Project Director, He was heavily involved in the development of India's first indigenous Satellite Launch Vehicle (SLV-III). As Chief Executive of Integrated Guided Missile Development Programme (IGMDP), he also played a major part in developing many missiles of India including Agni and Prithvi. Although the entire project has been criticized for being overrun and mismanaged.[8]. He was the Chief Scientific Adviser to Defence Minister and Secretary, Department of Defence Research & Development from July 1992 to December 1999. Pokhran-II nuclear tests were conducted during this period, led by him.

Kalam has received honorary doctorates from as many as thirty universities, including the Carnegie Mellon University and the Nanyang Technological University of Singapore.[9] The Government of India has honoured him with the nation's highest civilian honours: the Padma Bhushan in 1981; Padma Vibhushan in 1990; and the Bharat Ratna in 1997 for his work with ISRO and DRDO and his role as a scientific advisor to the Indian government.. Kalam is the Third President of India to have been honoured with a Bharat Ratna before being elected to the highest office, the other two being Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan and Zakir Hussain. He is also the first scientist and first bachelor to occupy Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Books and documentaries Kalam's writings

* Wings of Fire: An Autobiography of APJ Abdul Kalam by A.P.J Abdul Kalam,
* Scientist to President by Abdul A.P.J. Kalam;
* Ignited Minds: Unleashing the Power Within India by A.P.J. Abdul Kalam;
* India 2020: A Vision for the New Millennium by A.P.J. Abdul Kalam.
* India-my-dream by A.P.J. Abdul Kalam;
* Envisioning an Empowered Nation: Technology for Societal Transformation by A.P.J. Abdul Kalam; .
* Guiding Souls: Dialogues on the Purpose of Life by A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, .
* Children Ask Kalam by A.P.J Abdul Kalam;
* Eternal Quest: Life and Times of Dr. Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam
* President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam by R. K. Pruthi;
* A. P. J. Abdul Kalam: The Visionary of India.
* A little Dream' (documentary film)
* The Kalam Effect: My Years with the President .

Energy Indaba 2012

Energy Indaba 2012 event will be one of the prominent events which will be fully dedicated to promote both, energy efficiency and renewable energies. The event will offer wide range of services related to local and regional energy policies. E

21 to 23 February 2012
Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
Organized by: Siyenza Management


2012 International Conference on Clean and Green Energy (ICCGE 2012)

2012 International Conference on Clean and Green Energy (ICCGE 2012)
05 to 07 January 2012
Hong Kong, China

2012 International Conference on Clean and
Green Energy (ICCGE 2012) is the premier
forum for the presentation of new advances
and research results in the fields of
theoretical, experimental, and applied Clean
and Green Energy. The conference will bring
together leading researchers, engineers and
scientists in the domain of interest from
around the world. Topics of interest for
submission include, but are not limited to:

International Clean Energy Race
Climate & Clean Energy Bill in Congress
PACE Funding
Distributed Solar Energy
Renewable Energy Standards
Wind Power
Clean Coal Technology
Renewable energy technologies
Green energy systems
Clean energy investments
Green Energy Options

All papers for the conference will be published
in the proceeding of the ICCGE 2012, and will be
listed in the Science & Technology Digital
Library, and indexed by the Thomson ISI.

The deadline for abstracts/proposals is
10 November 2011

Enquiries: iccge@cbees.org
Web address: http://www.iccge.org/cfp.htm 
Sponsored by: IACSIT 


This conference will bring together top experts and industry leaders to equip you with all the information you need to take advantage of the growing opportunities in Ontario’s renewable energy markets.
Organized by: CI Energy Group



Discovering true facts on solar energy, is the objective of SOLAR-TEC 2011. The event (conference & expo) will target government, industrial application, as well as domestic & small scale application.


IEEE International Electric Vehicle Conference (IEVC)

IEEE International Electric Vehicle Conference (IEVC) organizers are seeking technical papers on the technology, standards and engineering of electric vehicles.

 Of specific interest for this conference are papers related but not limited to the following areas:
  • EV system architecture concepts for passenger, service and utility vehicles (BEV, PHEV, HEV, FCEV)
  • Innovations in EV component design
  • EV motor drives and controllers
  • EV high voltage wiring
  • Heating and cooling systems for EV’s
  • Innovations in EV energy storage solutions (e.g. battery chemistry, ultra capacitor, fuel cell, battery management system)
  • EV systems modeling, simulation and testing
  • AC and DC conductive charging, wireless charging, smart charging, fast charging
  • Power grid and renewable energy resource interfacing for EV mass deployment
  • Design for manufacturing for EV mass production
  • EV fleet and infrastructure asset management
  • Design for EV maintainability
  • Information Technology and Communication services for the EV ecosystem
  • Global standards development for EVs and their impact on EV deployment, R&D and manufacturing
  • Trends in EV deployment, supply chain and manufacturing
  • EV-related educational programs for engineers, legislators and the public

Accepted papers will be presented during the inaugural conference, March 4-8, 2012, at
the TD Convention Center in Greenville, S.C. They will also be published in conference proceedings and available through the IEEE Xplore digital library.

ICEE 2012 Kanazawa - First Announcement

Fundamentals, Materials & Education
- Electrical Materials and Process
- Semiconductor Technology
- High Voltage Engineering and Insulation Technology
- Electronic Materials
- Education and Training for Electrical Engineers
- Magnetics
- Electric Discharges
Power System & Energy
- Power System Planning and Scheduling
- Power System Protection, Operation and Control
- Transmission & Distribution System and Apparatus
- Power System Stability
- Power Generation and Sustainable Environment
- Power Market and Power System Economics
- Power System Modeling, Simulation and Analysis
- Electromagnetic Transients Programs (EMTP)
- Wind, Solar and Renewable Energy
- Smart Grid/Community
Electronics, Information & Control Systems
- Communication Systems
- Intelligent Systems and Approach
- Information Technology Application
- Control Theory and Application
- Knowledge Management
Electrical Machines, Power Electronics & Industry Applications
- Electrical Machines
- Electric Drivers and Application
- Electrical Traction Systems and Control
- Electromagnetic and Applied Superconductivity
- Industrial Process Control and Automation
- Inverter and Converter Technology
- Electric Vehicle
Sensor & Micro-machines
- Diagnosis and Sensing Systems
- Micro Machines
- MEMS-Micro Sensors and Structures
- MEMS-Related Technology
Other Related Areas

• Deadline of Submission of Abstract December 31, 2011
• Acceptance Notification of Abstract February 1, 2012

http://www. icee2012.org

EWRI (Environmental & Water Resources Institute) Congress 2012

Environmental and water resources cross political, geographic, social, and technical discipline boundaries. Environmental and water resources professionals are facing the challenges associated with "crossing boundaries," and are determining sustainable solutions for improving the quality of life and benefitting society.

This specialized multi-disciplinary technical knowledge will be on display at ASCE-EWRI's
you to participate in this intellectually and professionally stimulating Congress. We professionals in the environmental and water resources community have found this annual Congress to be an important opportunity to convene and focus on issues and needs of the day pertaining to our profession and interest.

In addition to outstanding technical symposia, workshops, sessions, and tours, as well as annual committee meetings, the Congress offers you many opportunities to network with peers and become involved through exhibits, co-sponsorships, cooperating organizations, student and international activities, and much more. Additionally, fun social events are scheduled to allow you time to enjoy the unique environment of Albuquerque.

May 20, 2012 - May 24, 2012 · Albuquerque, USA

http://content.asce.org/conferences/ewri2012/index.html for more info.


NDICON 2011, the flagship annual conference of IEEE India Council, is scheduled to be held in Hyderabad during 16th-18th December, 2011. INDICON is the most prestigious conference conceptualized by IEEE India Council in the field of Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical Engineering & Electronics and Communication Engineering, in general. Jointly organised by India Council and IEEE Hyderabad Section, INDICON 2011 is 2011 Annual IEEE India Conference. It is a 3-day program (1 day tutorial and 2 day conference).The theme of the conference this year is , "Engineering Sustainable Solutions

visit http://indicon2011.org/  for more details

call for papers--- International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering

I am very glad to present you the 11th edition of EEEIC (International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering) one of the most important international event on energy matters. EEEIC, in fact, is an annual conference founded, under the IEEE and PES sponsorship, by a group of Universities with the aim to promote a Forum, where people involved with energy systems may exchange their experiences and present solutions found for actual and future problems. The conference, as usual, includes, besides technical sessions and tutorials, also an exhibition where manufacturers, distributors and all other energy operators have the opportunity to show their last products/realizations. As for international agreements, the 10th edition of the Conference will be held in Venice from the 17th to 19th May 2012 and the Electronic Engineering department of ROMA TRE University has been, accordingly, appointed to organize the event. The Rome EEEIC edition, therefore, is already gearing up to welcome some 500 attendees, from over 40 countries, who will attend a four day Conference on energy systems . We feel confident that you will not want to miss the opportunities and the brand visibility that this Conference can provide to your company. You may either want to play a key role as a privileged supporter or, more simply, as an exhibitor and/ or participant. To help you choose your role at the 2012 Rome EEEIC Conference, we enclose a number of options to would-be supporters. However, due to the expected impact of this event on the world-wide energy industry, we would need to receive your response no later than November 30, 2010. If you are just interested to attend the meeting, 

Registration Deadline
Mar 31, 2012
Abstract Submission Deadline
Feb 28, 2012
Poster Submission Deadline
Feb 28, 2012

I feel confident about your interest and look forward to hearing from you at the earliest.

EEEIC Steering Committee.

for more information visit http://eeeic.eu/

Monday, 10 October 2011

Renewable or Non renewable

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Renewable Energy Trends in Consumption

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Fascinating Facts about Electricity II

Fascinating Facts about Electricity

  • The first windmills were developed in Persia in about 600 B.C.
  • About 200 years ago, Alessandro Volta discovered that when two strips of different metals were put in a sulphuric acid solution and connected with a wire, electricity began to flow. Voila! The first electric battery was developed! Think of him the next time you pick up your battery-operated CD player or Game Boy.
  • In 1879, just over 100 years ago, Thomas Edison invented the first light bulb. Think of the incredible changes it has brought to our current world!
  • The first windmill to produce electricity was in Denmark in 1890.
  • In the past, frightened sailors voyaging at night saw ghostly phantoms of bluish light dancing on the masts of ships. Called Saint Elmo's fire, the light is actually a form of static electricity.
  • In 1986, an accident at Chernobyl, USSR, sent radioactive material into the atmosphere and raised concerns about the production and storage of radioactive waste

  • Energy cannot be created or destroyed. It can only be converted from one form to another.
  • Find an elastic band, and stretch it out. The stretched rubber band has potential energy. If you let it go, it moves and has kinetic energy.
  • Have you ever wondered how you might get a hot air balloon to float up and down? How would you launch it? How would you get it back to earth? The balloon rises by warming up the air inside it. It descends by letting the air inside it cool down. It all works because of heat energy.
  • Electricity travels at 300,000 km/sec. If you travelled that fast, you could travel around the world eight times in the time it takes to turn on a light switch.
  • The energy produced by the atom-splitting of one kilogram of uranium is equivalent to the burning of 1.3 million kilograms of coal or 1.35 million litres of oil.
  • People run on energy too, and food is our fuel. The unit we use to measure expended heat energy is the calorie.
  • Calorie expenditures comparison:
  • Lying at ease – 1.5 cal/min
  • Tennis – 7 cal/min
  • Playing drums – 4–6 cal/min
  • Golfing – 6 cal/min
  • The most powerful power station is the Itaipu power station on the ParanĂ¡ River near the Brazil/Paraguay border. Opened in 1984, the station has attained its ultimate capacity of13,320 MW. (Ten times the size of Limestone!)
  • Refrigerators with side by side doors use the most energy, while one door units without self-defrost use the least.
  • In 15 minutes, the sun radiates as much energy onto our globe as humans use during an entire year. Just imagine if we could channel the sun's energy effectively!
  • The sun is a huge ball of hot gases, and the temperature at the centre of the sun is more than20,000,000 C. Tremendous pressure causes tiny particles, the nuclei of hydrogen atoms, to smash into each other so hard that they fuse or combine. This nuclear fusion releases energy in the form of intense light and heat.
  • Fireflies produce light using chemical energy from their food. The light they give off is more efficient than that of a light bulb. Fireflies lose only 1/15 of their energy to heat, whereas 95% of the energy used by an ordinary light bulb is wasted as heat energy. Some deep-sea squids and glowworms in caves also change the chemical energy from food into light.
  • Have you ever bought a light stick at a fair and wondered what makes the stick glow? When you bend the stick, a seal breaks and two chemicals in the stick mix. As they mix, energy is released and this energy produces light. Zap! Chemical energy changes to light energy.
  • In Sweden, heat is pumped out of the ground north of the Arctic Circle and used to heat buildings. Sweden has more than seven times as many heat pumps in operation than Canada.
Alternative Energy
  • The bicycle is the most efficient form of transportation known. It uses five times less energy than walking.
  • B.C.'s forest industry obtains 25% of its electricity from biomass — in this case, the waste material from their own industry.
  • A system of distribution and transmission lines brings electricity to southern Manitoba through70,000 km of lines. That's enough lines to circle the globe five times!
  • 16% of Canada's electricity is produced by nuclear fission.
  • In terms of nominal capacity, the largest solar electric power plant is the Harper Lake Site in the Mojave Desert, California. The site covers 1,280 acres, and has two solar electric generating stations which have a nominal capacity of 160 MW.
  • Wind tunnels are used to test models of cars and bridges to see if they can stand up to strong winds. Olympic skiers use them to determine the crouch position with the least wind resistance.
  • The city of San Francisco gets 25% of its electricity from wind energy.
  • A wind turbine at Fort Severn on the shores of Hudson Bay supplies power to 30 homes when the winds are high, reducing the need for costly fuel from the community's diesel generator.
  • Wave power has been successfully tested off the coast of Scotland. Its use is limited to coastal areas where wave action is reliable and strong and other energy sources are expensive.
  • Water provides the power to meet 1/5 of the world's electrical demands.
  • The electric energy (electrical energy, electricity) is the potential energy associated with the conservative Coulomb forces between charged particles contained within a system, where the reference potential energy is usually chosen to be zero for particles at infinite separation.

  • The movement of electric charge is known as an electric current, and intensity of which is usually measured in amperes. Current can consist of any moving charged particles - most commonly these are electrons, but any charge in motion constitutes a current.

  • The energy sources we use to make electricity can be renewable or non-renewable, but electricity itself is neither renewable or non-renewable.

  • A generator is a device that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy. The process is based on the relationship between magnetism and electricity.

  • The cost of electricity is going up (both in dollars and in environmental and health impacts) and it doesn’t show any signs of doing otherwise. About half of the energy in the American grid is coal generated.
  • Electric energy is easily transportable via integrated electric grids. Click on picture for full size.
  • Electric energy is an intermediate form of energy. It is produced in thermal power stations (where fuel oil, gas, coal, biomass, etc. are burnt), in hydroelectric power stations and nuclear power stations. Smaller quantities are produced by wind, photovoltaic solar panels, sea tides, etc.

  • Electricity travels in closed loops, or circuits. It must have a complete path before the electrons can move. If a circuit is open, the electrons cannot flow.

  • When electricity was first introduced into the domestic environment it was primarily for lighting.

  • Electricity is an extremely flexible form of energy, and it may be adapted to a huge, and growing, number of uses.

  • Demand for electricity grows with great rapidity as a nation modernises and its economy develops. The United States showed a 12% increase in demand during each year of the first three decades of the twentieth century.

  • In the late-1800s, Nikola Tesla pioneered the generation, transmission, and use of alternating current (AC) electricity, which can be transmitted over much greater distances than direct current. Tesla's inventions used electricity to bring indoor lighting to our homes and to power industrial machines.

  • Electricity is a general term that encompasses a variety of phenomena resulting from the presence and flow of electric charge.

  • Before electricity generation began over 100 years ago, houses were lit with kerosene lamps, food was cooled in iceboxes, and rooms were warmed by wood-burning or coal-burning stoves.
  • Lightning is aprominent manifestation of natural electricity. Click on picture for full size.

  • The fact that electricity can’t be easily stored means that production must be fine-tuned to consumption levels on a short term basis.

  • Electric energy is easily transportable via integrated electric grids. After transportation, electric energy is converted into mechanical energy, thermal energy, light energy, chemical energy, etc.

  • Demand for solar electric energy has consistently grown by 20-25% per year over the past 20 years.

  • A battery produces electricity using two different metals in a chemical solution. A chemical reaction between the metals and the chemicals frees more electrons in one metal than in the other.

  • There are several advantages and disadvantages to hydro electric energy production. One big advantage is that energy is free once the dam is built.

  • In 1882 water was used to electrify two paper mills and a house on the Fox River. This was the first application of hydro electric energy.

  • Electricity is by no means a purely human invention, and may be observed in several forms in nature, a prominent manifestation of which is lightning.

  • In 1791 Luigi Galvani published his discovery of bioelectricity, demonstrating that electricity was the medium by which nerve cells passed signals to the muscles.

Fascinating Facts about Electricity

here are some interesting facts about electricity

  • Electricity travels at the speed of light - more than 186,000 miles per second!
  • A spark of static electricity can measure up to three thousand (3,000) volts.
  • A bolt of lightning can measure up to three million (3,000,000) volts – and it lasts less than one second!
  • Electricity always tries to find the easiest path to the ground.
  • Electricity can be made from wind, water, the sun and even animal manure.
  • Burning coal is the most common way electricity is made in the United States.
  • One power plant can produce enough electricity for 180,000 homes.
  • The first power plant – owned by Thomas Edison – opened in New York City in 1882.
  • Thomas Edison didn’t invent the first light bulb – but he did invent one that stayed lit for more than a few seconds.
  • Thomas Edison invented more than 2,000 new products, including almost everything needed for us to use electricity in our homes: switches, fuses, sockets and meters.
  • Benjamin Franklin didn’t discover electricity – but he did prove that lightning is a form of electrical energy.

Saturday, 8 October 2011


here is the paper presentation on PAPER BATTERY. click on the following link to download.


A Three-Phase to Five-Phase TransformationNW

here is the paper presentation on A Three-Phase to Five-Phase Transformation network. click on the following link to download.