Literature review I.   Introduction A turbine emission probe is usually a rig with multiple-holes, to test the components of emission from a gas turbine. Over the last 150 years, significant evidence shows that the greenhouse gases from human activity causes climate change.1 There is 27% of total amount of emission caused by transportation.1 Monitoring the …

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The understanding of the level of urbanization or its scale in developing countries is challenged by differences in the definition of urban and in turn, the lack of reliable data. Furthermore, the process of urbanization is far from homogenous across regions and swathes of territory that are wholly different in terms of economy and political …

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Cloud computing is the new advancement that associations grasped for helping them to create in the market. Distributed computing offers the probability to have their own foundation or to use the one offered by a third part. Cloud offers to the customer four sorts of cloud: crossover, open, private and group which are helping the …

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Up until around 1900, industrial development took place under an almost neutral trade regime1. This was not necessarily desired by the Japanese government. It was not allowed to have independent authority over the formulation of tariffs until 1899. Until that year, tariff rates, which had been bound by an international treaty, were 5% or less. …

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·       Threat of new entrants: Low to Moderate. The threat of newcomers for Starbucks in Iceland is moderate. The saturation’s status in the field is comparatively high. The starting investment to establish a coffee brand is not genuinely high, and the same case could be applied for the barriers. Newcomers in Iceland can challenge brands …

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