- Cosmics Leaving Outdoor Droplets – CLOUD
- 7. Analysis of an under frequency event
- 6. Control of the prime mover, governors, how it is done and why it matters
- 5. Frequency stability and energy balance. A description of the interaction between frequency and grid energy flow.
- 4. Generator types; synchronous versus asynchronous. What goes on inside the machines?
Category Archives: Climate Bet
Updated to December 2015 (month 60/120): We’re now at the half way mark; and the present decade is still running cooler than the preceding decade. The average temperature anomaly for the previous decade is 0.202 C. The average temperature anomaly … Continue reading
Updated to October 2015 (month 58/120): The present decade is still running cooler than the preceding decade. I wonder when we’ll begin to see the heating effect of the big El Nino? There’s not much sign of it yet. More … Continue reading
The Decadal Global Climate Bet is now 4.5 years into the race. Here is a quick update of progress. An interesting change has taken place with the data. UAH has extensively revised their dataset to version 6. I have updated … Continue reading
Four years ago, early 2011, a decadal global temperature bet was made. And with all the hype about 2014 being the hottest year, now is a good time to check out progress with ‘the bet’. But first a little background … Continue reading
About six months ago I posted a short article and a graph attempting to show the progress of a global decadal climate bet. The graph compared the temperature of the two decades Jan 2001 through Dec 2010 and Jan 2011 … Continue reading