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Looking at the whole drive train for potential energy savings
Motion control and drives specialist Lenze considers the potential for energy savings within a complete drive train, looking at the obvious places where savings can be made but also some new and less obvious places
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Bearings a key component for small wind turbine performance
The large wind turbines that have become a familiar sight across the UK landscape are now set to be joined by smaller generating units, both grid-connected and standalone, as power generation becomes more localised. Bearing technology remains critical for the performance of these smaller units
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The dilemma of fast charging electric vehicles
People like to see a lifebelt by the local river even though they may never use it — but they certainly do not want to pay for one though. It is like that with the fast charging of cars, says Dr Peter Harrop of research and consulting group IDTechEx
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Under the hood of Smart Grid control systems
Whole industries are converting to the digital domain — the new world of information technology where software, networks, processors, and sensors fuse and exchange information. Brian MacCleery and Todd Walter of National Instruments take a close look at the electrical grid
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Reducing costs through an alternative approach to automation
As automation systems get more sophisticated, so development and maintenance of the disparate components and production lines becomes more complex. Here, Mitsubishi Electric explains how it is addressing the problem through an alternative approach to automation system design that reduces engineering time, effort and costs, and helps to bring down total cost of ownership
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Optimise water and wastewater pumps with condition monitoring
Phil Burge, Communication Manager at SKF, explains how the latest condition monitoring equipment and techniques can prolong the operating life of water and wastewater pumps
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Achieveing CO2 targets set by the CRS Energy Effciency Scheme
The CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme — formerly the Carbon Reduction Commitment — is a mandatory UK carbon emissions trading scheme covering organisations that use more than 6000MWh per year of electricity, the equivalent to an annual electricity bill of about £500,000. Grant Bailey, Sales and Marketing Director, UK & Europe, of Thermal Energy International, looks at how UK industry can achieve the scheme's targets.
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Time for 'skin' to get smart
Cars that glow in the dark and have far more passenger space, aircraft and submarines that monitor their complete outer surface, military vehicles that destroy missiles that hit them. The common factor here is smart skin. Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman of IDTechEx, explains
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