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RELP 1-12
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Adopting the Use of Biogas as a Renewable Energy Source
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Adopting the Use of Biogas as a Renewable
Energy Source in Bui Division of Cameroon:
Challenges and Blueprints*
Fondufe ne Sakah Lydia Y. and J

Assessment Task 4: Reflective Writing
Concrete Experience Doing It
What happened?
How did the task progress?
How did you feel? (e.g. initial gut reaction, changes in feeling as task progressed etc)
How did you react?
What choices did you have?
Reflective

Pre-work:
1. To provide a summary of the project brief and competition rules
To some extent as we have only had one group meeting, we will discuss this matter in the coming
meetings
2. To give a literature review
Also to some extent as we have only had on

Pre-work
Giving feedback:
Be realistic direct your comments towards matters on which the person can act. Dont make
suggestions which are entirely outside the scope of what the person can do. Constructive comments
can be helpful so long as they respect the

EWB Design Forum - Individual
Reflection
By Jonathan Davies (12545861)
What we gained from the forum:
1. It showed that as a group we should have decided to do our 2aii on the same project,
not on completely different focusses like my group, as some of us

Pre-work 1/06/16
I have learnt that engineers work in teams, our team was much more effective than if individuals did
the work on complex reports. Teamwork developed our interpersonal skills in coping with conflict, in
developing our interdependence and a

EBW Lecture
Design Areas:
1. Water Supply: Water is paid for by local community members, community
members pay small levy. Construction uses water, such as mud bricks etc.
Pressure on distributing system of water due to a increase in community.
Water supp

1. Introduction:
Water is a basic necessity for humans to live. It is a sustenance, essential for our bodies to
function. It is a vital factor for maintaining hygiene that will prevent various diseases from
occurring.
The village of Sandikhola is situated

International Scholarly Research Network
ISRN Renewable Energy
Volume 2012, Article ID 132606, 15 pages
doi:10.5402/2012/132606
Review Article
Potential of Small-Scale Hydropower for
Electricity Generation in Sub-Saharan Africa
Chiyembekezo S. Kaunda,1 Cu

Use of Renewable
Energy in Bambui
Cameroon
Engineers Without Borders Challenge 2015
Fixed dome digester training with ADEID in Bafut Cameroon (Tangka 2015)
48230 Engineering Communication
Karolyn Jane Escarcha
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Use of Renewable
Energy in Bambui
Cameroon
Engineers Without Borders Challenge 2015
Fixed dome digester training with ADEID in Bafut Cameroon (Tangka 2015)
48230 Engineering Communication
Karolyn Jane Escarcha
11696438
11696438 | Introduction 1
Table of C

33130 Mathematical Modelling 1
Lecture Week 04
Spring 2016
Complex Numbers
Recall the quadratic formula: if
ax bx c 0 then
2
b b 2 4ac
x
.
2a
Introduction: Solve the equation
x 2 2x 26 0 .
Definitions:
In the complex number
z a bi , the Real Part of z or

33130 Mathematical Modelling 1
Spring 2016 Lecture Week 2
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Note: Determinants and Cramers rule (p12) may be useful first
APPLICATIONS OF VECTORS: FORCES
In the following diagram, the forces that act at the point P are in equilibrium.
Find the sizes of th

33130 Mathematical Modelling 1
Spring 2016
Lecture Week 03
What is mathematical modelling?
Most standard definitions of Mathematical Modelling describe it as a process of making a mathematical model to
represent real world situations. These situations mig

33130
MATHEMATICAL MODELLING 1
Dr. Danica Solina Subject Co-ordinator
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This subject develops the knowledge and skills necessary for problemsolving and mathe

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EWB Project, Final Report
Introduction
1.0
Brief Introduction and Background Information
The 2015 engineers without Borders (EWB) and Reignite Action project design challenge
focuses on the township community of Bambui in Cameroon, West Africa. Engineers

Executive Summary
Engineering Without Borders (EWB) is a program that aims to involve engineering
students into humanitarian causes, providing innovative, sustainable and cost effective
solutions for social problems in specific areas. The 2015 and 2016 EW

Good evening everyone. I am Lan Dinh. My topic today is about how to improve the water quality in
Bambui, Cameroon. If you have any questions, Ill do my best to answer them at the end. My
presentation consists of three main sections: current water related

Gabriel Samaniego 12009825
THERMAL STORAGE!
!
Introduction!
!
The following experiments are conducted for the purpose determining which heat storage material
is the most suitable to be used to warm a small building during daytime. Thermal energy, which is