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For future sustainable seawater desalination, the importance of achieving better energy efficiency of the existing 19,500 commercial-scale desalination plants cannot be over emphasized. The major concern of the desalination industry is the inadequate appr... see more

Energy is the measure of the development of any nation. Booming economic growth, rapid industrialization and high standard of living of the global population demand more and more energy in different forms. Since the quantity of available energy from conve... see more

Ploughing which is the primary tillage operation aims at reducing the soil strength, cover plant residues, and rearrange soil aggregates. In this operation, considerable amount of farm tractor power is expended, and therefore efficient tillage system is d... see more

Background: Pediculosis capitis is cosmopolitan health problem. In addition to its physical problems, its psycho-logical effects especially on pupils are more important. This study was conducted to determine the Pediculosis capitis among primary school pu... see more

Following the massive destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in the end of Second World War, the atom was generally taken to be the primary symbol of the new era, the so-called ‘atomic age’, a prototypical modern conjuncture forever oscillating between the... see more

The production of biogas from six agricultural crops was analysed regarding energy efficiency and greenhouse gas (GHG) performance for vehicle fuel from a field-to-tank perspective, with focus on critical parameters and on calculation methods. The energy ... see more

Nepal is one of the lowest energy consuming countries in the world. More than 85 percent of its total energy comes from traditional biomass energy such as forests, agricultural residues and by-products from crops. Due to increasing per capita energy consu... see more

Globally buildings are responsible for approximately 40% of the total world annual energy consumption. Most of this energy is for the provision of lighting, heating, cooling and air conditioning. An increase in awareness of the environmental impact of CO2... see more

Development of any country mainly depends on availability of energy, at the same time most of the environmental problems are associated with the use of energy. Sustainable development should be approached in all of its primary dimensions: economic, enviro... see more

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