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    the endless power of ocean waves, endless energy can be created. Wave power plants have a simple, yet practical way of harnessing the endless energy that ocean waves provide. Although the development of harnessing this renewable source of energy is still in its infancy, many predict that this underdog of a resource could be used worldwide in the near future. Wave power plants are able to harness renewable energy by using the ocean's waves. There are several different types of wave power plants, but

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    Tidal and Wave Power

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    Tidal and Wave Power Tidal power operates by building a barrier across a river estuary. The tidal flow drives turbines to produce electricity. Europe's only tidal power station is at Rance in Northern France. Some sites in the U.K could be developed to provide tidal power but the drawback is that these schemes affect the habitat of wildlife such as birds and fish because they alter the tidal currents. Also, barrage will only provide power for about 10 hours per day. Power for the other

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    The Future of Wave Power

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    The Future of Wave Power With approximately eighty percent of our energy, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, still being manufactured from fossil fuels that release pollutants to the air such as greenhouse gasses that include carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxide and methane, it is not a bad idea to consider some alternative energy options like wave power. What is wave power? It is the harnessing of power of the ocean’s waves by using the momentum of the waves to power a turbine. There

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    down and compares key aspects of three separate ocean wave power generators: permanent-magnet tubular linear generators, hybrid air-wave turbine generators and wave tunnel generators. Each individual generator type is to be described and analyzed on topics such as a general background on design and functionality, applicable locations, costs and efficiency using research and diagrams to support explanations where necessary. Though these forms of power generation are not effective enough to serve as a

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    AM vs FM Radio

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    broadcasted with both microwaves and longer radio waves. These are transmitted in two ways: amplitude modulation (AM) and frequency modulation (FM). Amplitude radio is created by combining a sound wave from a microphone, tape, record, or CD with a "carrier" radio wave. This results in a wave that transmits voice or programming as its amplitude (intensity) increases and decreases. Frequency modulation conveys information, voice, and music on a radio wave is to slightly change, or modulate, the frequency

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    Sound Waves

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    a sound wave? A sound wave is produced by a mechanical vibration, such as a tuning fork. The vibrating object causes the surrounding medium, such as air, to vibrate as well.The wave travels through the medium to a detector, like your ear, and it is heard.As with any type of wave, a sound wave is also described by it's wavelength, amplitude, period, and frequency. WAVELENGTH is the distance from one point on the wave, to the next identical point, or the length of one part of the wave. AMPLITUDE

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    Chapter 1

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    Flakey appeared. The timid Sound stood paralysed on the belly of the cello, unable to move. Despite Ting's best effort to push him off Flakey was rigid with fear. 'Jump into the water.' Ting shouted. 'Quickly! I can hear another wave coming.' The thought of another wave sent Flakey scrambling away from the slippery, highly polished exterior of the cello with Ting following, encouraging Flakey to move faster than his quaking feet wanting to run, at least they were on the move, entering the abandoned

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    Refraction Reflection

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    that allow waves to pass through it. When light refracts it is “bending” which means that when light waves go from one medium to another, it will change speed which means direction as well, however the change in direction is not refraction but more of an observable effect of it. The change of speed is affected by the optical density of the medium. Optical density is related to the slow tendency of atoms within a material and how they maintain absorbed energy from an electromagnetic wave in the form

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    from the shore, it looks fun and also almost innocent because of how the crests interact and how the waves crash over each other as if at play. The warm water toward the parts of the shore is engrossed in bubbles and foam from the grumble of the waves as young children and their parents play in the gritty tan colored sand. I say to myself, this is ideal. I make the last preparations on my Yamaha Wave runner. All the fluid levels look almost full and there exists a faint smell of gasoline mixed with

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    Basic Information on RFID base on my Research Findings & Understanding We all need technology in our daily lives. Radio frequency identification, or RFID, is used for many sectors. It is commonly used in the IT sector and most businesses have also needed the help of this software. The Software is heavily used in the business industry. This Software enables wireless data collection by readers from electronic tags attached to or embedded in objects, there are systems involve in the making of the software

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