Know specific absorption rate ( SAR ) and it’s effect..

Today, people are never far from their smartphones, whether it’s in their hand during their commute, lying in their pocket at work, pressed to their ear to make a call or resting on their bedside table at night. Questions have been raised about whether our close proximity to smartphones might be damaging our health. While there is no conclusive scientific research yet on the impact of cellphone radiation, people who want to weigh up the possible risks should take a glance at the following infographic.

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Digital trends in Agriculture

In recent years, technology in agriculture, also known as AgTech has rapidly changed the industry. In 2015, the industry’s investment in technology reached a whopping $4.6 billion—and that was three years ago! However, our population is continuing to grow, which has the potential to affect resource availability going forward. In recent studies, it was found that the industry’s output must increase by 60% by 2030.

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Important terminologies of Thermodynamics

A thermodynamic system may be defined as any specified portion of matter in the universe which is under study. A system may consist of one or more substances. Or if we defined it in terms of physics then In physics, the term “system” usually refers to any set of physical interactions isolated from the rest of the universe. Anything outside of the system, including all factors and forces irrelevant to a discussion of that system, is known as the environment.e.g., portion of test tube where reaction is taking place, is called system.

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Thermodynamics – One of the main pillar of engineering science

Thermodynamics is the oldest branch of engineering science and specifically of physics. It deals with the relationships between heat and other forms of energy. In another terms we can say that it deals with the transfer of energy from one form to another form and one place to another place.Thermodynamic focuses on concepts surrounding energy, and in the various states that systems possess, as defined by their state variables such as pressure, temperature, volume, entropy, concentration and so on.

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