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15th DEEEAL-v2.0: Electrification Of Nigeria Is A Sine Qua Non To Building A Great, Industrialized And Safe Nation (Ref. CS000107)

15th Distinguished Electrical And Electronics Engineer Annual Lecture (DEEEAL-v2.0) Outline Section 1 – History of the Development of Power Supply in Nigeria Section 2 – Where are we Today? Section 3 – Planning for the Future Section 4 – Dimensioning Solutions Section 5 – Niger Delta Power Holding Company Limited Section

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Engineering Education Curriculum: Scorecard, Prospect And Potentials (Ref. CS000104)

Background: Global engineering philosophies and models studied, prior to the development of the malaysian model, have shown their dynamic and farsighted approaches. However, total adoption may prove to be unfavorable for the progress and sustainability of the nation. It has been the perception of many practitioners that locally trained engineering graduates are

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STS Electrical Energy Meter With Two-Way Communications Capability Over GSM Network

ORIGIN OF STS Historically in electricity pre-payment, the focus of specification and standardization by UTILITIES was on the Energy Meter(EM), rather than on the vending system(VS) and infrastructure required to support the EM. Typically the specification and development of VS was left to the various EM manufacturers. As a result,

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NESTEC 2021 PAPER: Organometallic Compounds: Its Therapeutic Potentials Towards Cancer Treatment

ABSTRACT Organometallic compounds are renowned for their remarkable applications in the field of catalysis, but much less is known about their potential in chemical biology. Indeed, such compounds have long been considered to be either unstable under physiological conditions or cytotoxic. As a consequence, little attention has been paid to their

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A UN 2.0 System & Intercontinental Relations For Global Governance Innovations: The Fits For UN

A UN 2.0 System & Intercontinental Relations Proposed for Post-Covid United Nations in the aftermath of UN75 Declaration and renewed commitments to “Our Common Agenda,” Adewale Bakare (a Theorist and Independent Researcher from Nigeria) has presented "A UN 2.0 System and Intercontinental Relations for Global Governance Innovations: The Fits for

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