By: Raleigh Stout
Planning can result in a strong grounding cone of protection (GCP) Model. Gaps inside the base of the primary grounding cone of protection may be partially filled or covered by secondary grounding cones of protection that begin at sub-panels and interior integrated services bonding points...
By: Raleigh Stout
The Proxy Earth Protocol (PEP) is the means to an important end. We all want life, electrical, and fire safety in our facilities. PEP is the workhorse that delivers it. PEP is the aggressive employment of meshed grounding and bonding conductors with the goal of...
Could there be a Basic Particle
By: Dean L. Sinclair
Could there be a basic "Particle?" Yes, it seems possible that there could be a basic unit structure of some sort. Here is one possibility. The observation that there is a relationship which can be written, mass times radius equals Planck's constant divided by...
By: Nancy Houser
"On Earth, said Blaber, the heart and circulatory system are constantly working against the forces of gravity to pump blood to the brain and other organs especially when we're standing. When you remove gravity, the system becomes lazy," said Blaber, "because it takes much...
By: Ernest Capraro
In chemistry the focus is often on the individual molecule its structure, name, physical properties and chemical reactivity. Molecules do not generally exist isolated and alone, however. They are immersed in the environment around them, surrounded by other molecules which may or may not be...
By: Raleigh Stout
Fire safety is one of the highest priorities and motivations for deploying an integrated services bonding point (ISBP). To this end, bonding and grounding within the ISBP suite should be in accordance with the Proxy Earth Protocol (PEP).The fact of integrated systems bonding means...
By: Anz Epsilon
Copyright, Anz Epsilon, 2007(c) all rights reservedThe VoidAstronomers from the University of Minnesota have announced the discovery of a large void in deep space believed to be 5-10 billion light years away. This large expanse of space, which seemingly has no matter in it, is...
By: Ernest Capraro
With millions of chemicals to choose from, the number of chemical reactions that can be carried out is without limit. Faced with such possibilities, dealing with chemical equations can seem daunting. Matters are greatly simplified once you realize that there are a few basic types...
Exploring the ozone layer
By: Joanne
The Ozone LayerThe Ozone Layer lies in the Stratosphere, between approximately 10 and 50 kilometres above the Earth's surface. There it is invisible, but is very important nonetheless. It protects us by absorbing ultraviolet rays of the sun, therefore allowing us to inhabit Earth. Ozone...
By: Ernest Capraro
The ideal gas law is familiar to many beginning chemistry students as "piv-nert" - the equation PV = nRT. In this equation, P stands for pressure, V for volume, n for the moles of gas, R is the gas constant, and T is temperature (in...

 

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