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What is VPN and what are the advantages of this technology

If not to go into details, then VPN (Virtual Private Network) it is the service providing a connection between the set of networks with the exchange of ciphered data and substitution of the real IP address of the user’s device and the server which is placed far off.

All of this is sounds pretty boring and not especially interesting. Yeah? But in practice, it is the very useful and important technology which will help you to save anonymity and confidentiality inside the Network.

Safe access to home or working network from everywhere

The VPN is extremely important technology for those who have no opportunity to be connected to the office network because of being outside of working place (while being on vacation or on a business trip) but with the need for access to files on this network. Common Internet users are using VPN for the same reasons – if remote access to the local area network or the home PC if necessary.

But why the VPN connection is such useful? The VPN it is excellent for means of safe using the Internet, in particular, if access is made through the generally available unprotected point. There is a high probability that with a connection to free Wi-Fi point, you put at risk own personal data. But many experts saying that use of VPN will reduce the probability of stealing of your personal information to zero. Hackers and other interested persons won’t be able to get access to the ciphered information. They will only see that connection is protected by VPN, and your precious data will remain in complete confidentiality. If you still don’t use these services, then it will be useful to explore VPN service benefits on the Anta.NET or another theme-based website where you will be able to find all information needed. Continue reading

The feasibility of using plasma technology

A significant portion of municipal solid waste, even in the most advanced methods of collecting and sorting waste is subjected to high temperature procession with a primary focus on combustion in mechanical grate furnaces. Prepared in collaboration with Simdean specialists, largely applying solutions, the article analyses the experience of using plasma technology for the processing of various types of waste. It is noted that to process solid waste disposal technologies are hardly used because of the higher maintenance and operating costs compared with layer combustion. The environmental benefits plasma gasification method are also obvious.

In recent decades, EU has experienced a substantial increase in the trend of municipal solid waste (MSW) increase, the residential sector. In this regard, under constant environmental degradation solution to the problem of solid waste recycling has become paramount.

The complexity of the solution of this problem is due to the need to use complicated capital-intensive equipment and the difficulty of solving a multifactor problem of environmental friendliness and economic feasibility of selecting a specific technology for waste disposal. Considerable attention is paid to this problem solving and public authorities: the focus of waste management are prevention and reduction of waste, the development of infrastructure for their treatment and toughening the bans on the dumping of wastes that have not been sorted and processed.

As far as scandinavian experience goes, to solve the problem of solid waste disposal housing involves all methods of recycling of solid waste, including recycling through separate collection, sorting and composting. However, thermal processing of solid waste to generate electric and thermal energy is the main and final stage on the way to solve the problem of complex sanitary cleaning of waste. And in cities, especially large ones, for now and for the long term thermal methods of play and will play a key role in solving the problem of solid waste.  Continue reading

Experts Propose A Licensing Panacea To UK Intellectual Property

Experts remind that in the last twenty years, the rapid development of the global network has repeatedly called into question the very idea of ​​copyright-protected source of income for authors, because it conflicted with the uncontrolled and non-profit entity of the Internet. It is only in relatively recent times began to take root in various online business models of especially large corporations, and then the small and medium enterprises (SME). SME firms have been deriving benefits from the use of new digital technologies, will enable them to innovate, to increase the number of jobs and to acquire a niche in the national markets. According to the data from National Statistics Agency and several reports of UMIP, a savvy branch of the University of Manchester focused on intellectual property questions and commercialisation in particular, 5.6% of UK GDP is provided by enterprises of creative industries.

This digital technology originally extremely negative effect on areas such as the publication of newspapers, magazines and books, sound recordings, production of TV programs, movies and video games and so on. Entrepreneurs had to seriously restructure its business practices in an effort to keep the profits. Not always being introduced schemes they were effective or simple enough that clients and consumers were willing to use them.

For example, in the UK there are about 70 music services, providing legal digital content, which is more than in the United States. The complexity of their work is still not allowing them to win any significant victories in the battle against illegal free services. A weighty share of ‘complexity’ falls on licensing features: the difficulty of finding a huge number of holders, the unjustified level boards, intricate conditions for issuing licenses, and similar circumstances. Continue reading

Co-citation prospects – clearing the road to the Top-3

Over the past few years, Google has repeatedly played with changes in search engine algorithms, which naturally had some impact on SEO. Speaking more specifically, such SEO items as keywords, backlinks and text links begin to lose importance in SEO optimization, mainly because of constant updates of algorithms.

With the latest algorithm updates – Panda and Penguin link building has been radically changed. The innovative agencies, such as HTP digital marketing manchester, have quickly adjusted their approaches, and they claim they are capable of achieving decent results. Now, SEO-experts offer reducing the value of the link text, following a gradual replacement with a co-citation and compatibility.

What do co-citation and compatibility terms stand for?

Despite the odd name, co-citation is directly related to the mass of the reference capacity, however, it involves the use of the link itself. In the contrast to the link text, inserted into phrases and phrases, with the co-citation you do not link to your website or blog. More specifically, the process of co-citation refers to finding the correspondence between the two Web pages; these pages and their compliance should be mentioned on a 3rd party web page. With the help of co-citation Google reveals a link or connection between the two websites, and uses this factor to rank websites.

As for compatibility, many SEO-experts believe that the compatibility and co-citation imply the same idea. But there is another opinion: compatibility doesn’t involve finding a match between the two sites, but rather finding correspondences between their keywords. Compatibility of keywords develops association and the relationship, which is subsequently taken into account by Google to form a ranking factor. Continue reading

Next Gen Tablet Screens On Their Way?

Over recent years, graphene remains one of the most talked about materials, as experts believe it could revolutionise electronics production. Among the companies that are actively leading the development in this direction, Samsung is the one that seems to have achieved encouraging results.

In accordance with a report published by Samsung it seems that the technogiant knows to accelerate the commercialisation of graphene, and thus bring the ready products based on the neoteric material to the end customer… and it is supposedly about a ready prototype of the flexible tablet.

Samsung invention consists in ability to produce samples of graphene boards large enough to be used in the finished product. The company’s engineers in tight collaboration with side research groups claim they are now able to synthesise graphene on a semiconductor crystal and thus save all the useful properties.

Since Samsung is the pioneer manufacturer of smartphones with a curved display (Galaxy Round), the company’s desire to move ahead and create the first ever flexible device is absolutely unbridled. At the moment, the implementation is hardly possible because of the materials traditionally used in the manufacture of filling and housing: silicon and metal. Graphene boasts unique properties, unmatched flexibility, conductivity, transparency and extreme durability, so in theory it may become a perfect replacement for the outdated materials.

If there is a grain of truth in these announcements and Samsung is not trying to promote its novelties that hit the shelves the last month, the revolutionary devices can be expected to come off the assembly line in 3-5 years approximately.

Graphene Revolution Knocking At The Door

Graphene has acquired a status of one of the most advanced materials of our time due to its enormous potential and theoretical ability to change the way the electronic devices are produced. Until recently, the graphene manufacturing has been associated with certain difficulties. However, the South Korean technogiant, Samsung, assures it has managed to resolve the acute issue.

The results achieved by Samsung specialists in the field of graphene production herald the era of miniaturisation of electronics. This may sound implausible, but the industry has already been moving in the direction, where mobile phones are taking the thickness of a credit card.

Graphene represents the thinnest, most durable and most conductive material in the world at the moment. Discovered in 2004 in Manchester University by Russian immigrants Konstantin Novoselov and Andrey Geim, 2010 Nobel Prize winners in Physics, graphene can replace silicon which is massively used in chip manufacturing. However, the problem of utilising graphene has recently been associated with the need for a multilayer structure with boron nitride, which acts as an insulator. Samsung success in this direction means the imminent appearance of flexible touch screens and computers, lightweight aircraft, the finest HD-TV and superfast Internet.

Not only technological giants nourish interest in the neoteric material: there is a good number of graphene companies around the globe offering their services to introduce the brand-new technology in a business. Thus, such firms as 2-DTECH with the staff under 20 employees provide help savvy businessmen to employ graphene uses and benefit from the revolutionary material.

The ‘Side Effects’ Of Wind Power Approach

Wind, an inexhaustible source of clean energy, is becoming more widely used at strategic level, rapidly gaining public support at the same time. Wind power has been used since ancient Babylon (wetlands drainage), Egypt (grain grinding) and China and Manchuria (pumping water from the rice fields) times. In Europe, this technology was introduced in the XII century, while the adoption of truly modern approaches started only in the XX century.

Wind power can operate in areas with wind speeds above 4.5 m/s level. Wind power stations can either conduct their business within a network of an existing plant or represent a stand-alone construction. The so-called ‘wind farms’, the areas where a number of pieces of wind collection equipment is concentrated and functioning as an entire system, are also gaining momentum due to noteworthy economic feasibility.

The greatest share of wind energy production belongs to the United States and Europe (Denmark, Germany, Great Britain and the Netherlands in particular). For long years the US has been holding the leadership among the most powerful wind plants in the world, Roscoe Wind Farm, generating impressive 781 MW of power. Another interesting example is Aeolus II wind farm that operates at Wilhelmshaven, Germany and produces 7 million kw/h of energy annually, providing about 2 million of households with electricity. Currently, there are nearly 23,000 active turbines installed in the world.

The ins and outs

Despite the mass production, the cost of construction of a modern wind power is still far from being affordable. However, it should be fairly noted that its operation cost is almost negligible. Environmental and economic benefits largely depend on the correct location; it requires a detailed and comprehensive analysis of both technical, environmental as well as financial aspects. Wind energy meets all the conditions necessary for its identity as environmentally friendly method of energy production. Its main advantages are:

  1. No pollution – the production of energy from wind neither results in emissions of harmful substances into the atmosphere nor entails waste generation.
  2. Wind power is renewable, inexhaustible source of energy, allowing to save on fuel consumption, as well as on the process of its production and transportation.
  3. The area in the vicinity of a plant can be utilized for agricultural purposes with no restrictions.
  4. Stable costs per unit of energy is produced, plus the method contributes into the growth of economic competitiveness in comparison with conventional energy sources.
  5. The minimum transmission loss of energy – wind power plants can be built directly by the consumer, and in remote locations, which in the case of conventional energy require special connection.
  6. Easy maintenance, easy installation, low maintenance and operating costs.

Cheap to maintain

Once the tiresome process of manufacturing and installing is accomplished, the only thing the company has to take care of is to initial regular equipment checks. So who are these guys? Normally, farm owners either have in-house engineers or cooperate with seasoned providers, such as Granada Material Handling, offering a full array of wind turbine services as well as provides assistance with wind turbine inspections.

Industrial Flanges In A Nutshell

Flange is a device designed for seamless connection of pumps, pipes and valves. This connection method provides an easy way to modifying, cleaning or inspecting the system. Usually, the flanges come with welded or threaded connection; however, the market offers custom stainless steel flanges solutions as well – the firms like AlexanderComley produce both standard and custom-made flanges that meet virtually any requirements.

Flange mounting itself implies using bolts; impermeability is achieved due to gaskets. Industrial flanges are constructed from various materials: with processed surfaces in store, flanges are made from cast iron, stainless steel, brass, plastic, bronze and etc. In addition, flanges, just like pipes and fittings for special application, often have an internal coating of a different quality in comparison with external coating. According to AlexanderComley, bespoke flanges, tubesheet and butt weld fittings uk are oftentimes manufactured from the same material used in the production of pipes.

O-ring and gasket position depends on the implementation of surface and shape of the flange. The most commonly used types are as follows: surface with a projection; groove for the O-ring; flat surface; surface with internal and external thread and tongue and groove joints. It is important that the flange surface are characterised by minor roughness, to ensure the highest quality of the seal. The most widespread types of surface processing are roughing, spiral notching, concentric grooving and smoothing.

To provide the necessary tight flanged connection using gaskets is obligatory. An average gasket is a ring or pressured plates that used for water-resistant mounting. Gaskets are manufactured at extreme temperatures and pressures and are made of non-metallic, semi-metallic and metallic materials. The principle of operation is simple enough: a gasket is clamped between two flanges, and thereby fills the microscopic unevenness and the surface area to prevent leakage of gases and liquids. Continue reading

Glass Reinforced Concrete: Guiding The Modern Architecture

Glass reinforced concrete represents a composite material consisting of fine-grained concrete (matrix) and dispersion reinforced with short glass fibers. Thus, glass reinforced concrete (or GRC) combines the typical of the conventional concrete high compressive strength with extreme flexibility and tensility (4-5 times higher than in concrete), strength (10-15 times higher) and frost resistance (more than 300 cycles).

This is an environmentally friendly material that does not contain harmful ingredients and belongs to the category of non-combustible materials. Glass reinforced concrete offers increased waterproofness and a high degree of adhesion to plain concrete, boasting high resistance to cracking at the same time. Easily molded, acquiring complex spatial shapes with GRC is a walk in the park mission, plus the material exactly replicates the tiniest details on the surface. Moreover, GRC products have a small cross-section (ranging from 6 to 20 mm) and are considerably lighter in comparison with the products of conventional concrete. Continue reading

Parking Ventilation: The Basics Of Design Explained

The growing demand of both industrial towns and large cities in carports, caused by the high population density in the urban areas, throw designers together with a good number of challenges. The main objectives set to car park ventilation professionals are typically the following:

  • Maintain the acceptable indoor air parameters
  • Ensure decent fire resistance
  • Implement an environment-friendly system

Covered parking facilities are usually located below the ground level and require the installation of mechanical ventilation in nine cases out of ten. Semi-covered parking constructions, as a rule, are comprised of frames with multiple floors, though a roof and exterior walls may be partially or completely absent. This is where a natural or mixed ventilation system can be installed (a combination of natural and mechanical systems can also be installed for sites with a large floor area).

Closed car park ventilation system performs the following functions:

  • Maintains the allowable concentration of carbon monoxide (CO)
  • prevents the formation of explosive concentrations of flammable gases

Parking ventilation

The main factor determining the characteristics of a future parking ventilation system is the approximate number of cars serviced on a daily basis. This number is oftentimes determined by the type of construction, which represents the carport. As a rule, apartment buildings and shopping centers adopt the condition of constant and distributed car use, while the number of moving vehicles varies from 3% to 5% of the total number of cars. The situation is different in parking lots of sports facilities, concert halls, airports and etc. Here, the number of vehicles in simultaneous motion equals 15-20% during peak hours or during the hours that coincide with the beginning or the end of the business day.

Next Gen Roof Coating In Action, Polyshield

Polyshield is a modern, high-performance, sprayed, two component pure polyurea elastomer. The material is based on various amino-polyester resins, amino-resin and MDI prepolymers, providing a flexible, durable and monolithic waterproofing membrane boasting truly efficient resistance to water and chemical activity.

Polyshield is characterised by high abrasion resistance, that’s why it is added into the armory of protective materials as waterproofing and corrosion-resistant coating in heavy and mining industries to prevent abrasive wear.

Polyurea-based Polyshield features

  • 100% solvent-free material
  • Unlike other materials, polyshield offers hydrophobic properties; therefore, it reacts poorly with wet or cold surfaces it is applied to.
  • Larger gel time allows deeper penetration and impregnation.
  • Extreme temperatures resistance (121°C+) with an ability to sustain short 150°C loads.
  • High abrasion resistance
  • Higher strength in comparison with the majority of analogs
  • Class 1 Flammability, National Fire Protection Association USA (NFPA) compliant

Spheres of application

The material has been successfully applied in numerous types of residential and commercial facilities; Polyshield is primarily used for:

  • Protection of steel from abrasion
  • Waterproofing (swimming pools , roof waterproofing, sewage tanks, dams , tunnels, barges and etc.)
  • Replacing or repairing sheet membrane coatings
  • Waterproofing and corrosion protection of steel tanks, silos and pipelines
  • Protective elastomer for polystyrene
  • Protective coating for asbestos cement sheets , lead paint and a range of hazardous materials
  • Protective coating for truck bodies, cars, dump cars; roof coating.
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