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Improved mine cooling system performance through the control of auxiliary systems
(North-West University, 2012)
Industrial and mining sectors are amongst the largest single energy consumers in South Africa, making them a primary focus for implementing energy saving initiatives. Refrigeration systems on mines are responsible for ...
Simulation of natural circulation in an air-cooled Reactor Cavity Cooling System using Flownex
Nuclear reactors with improved safety concepts are currently being studied within the nuclear engineering community, with a focus on passive safety features. One of these reactor concepts is the Very High Temperature ...
Developing ESCO procedures for large telecommunication facilities using novel simulation techniques
(North-West University, 2006)
Peak electricity demand in South Africa will exceed the available operational generation capacity in 2007. The state utility Eskom is addressing this challenge, inter aha, with the implementation of the Demand-side ...
New concepts for managing diabetes mellitus
(North-West University, 2003)
Preface - Biotechnology is generally considered to be the wave of the future. To facilitate accurate and rapid development of medication and treatments, it is critical that we are able to simulate the human body. One section ...
Simulation of the human energy system
(North-West University, 2002)
Preface - Biotechnology is generally accepted to be the next economical wave of the future. In order to attain the many benefits associated with this growing industry simulation modelling techniques have to be implemented ...
Sustainable DSM on deep mine refrigeration systems : a novel approach
(North-West University, 2007)
The supply and demand of energy have become a world wide concern. It is predicted that world energy usage could increase from 15TW, to 21TW by 2020. In South Africa the peak demand for electrical energy has already outrun ...