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  • Aron, FO; Olwal, TO; Kurien, A; Odhiambo, MO (IEEE, Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing, 2008-08)
    The control of the topology of a network makes it possible for the network nodes to reduce their power of transmission while ensuring that network connectivity is preserved. This paper explains the need for energy consumption ...
  • Burton, S; Cohen, B; Harrison, S; Pather-Elias, S; Stafford, W; Van Hille, R; Von Blottnitz, H (SA Water Research Commission, 2012-07)
    This guide is based on a study funded by the Water Research Commission with the purpose of determining the feasibility of developing technologies for energy recovery from wastewater. A full technical report is available ...
  • Osburn, L (Green Building, 2009-02)
    Current perceptions conjure images of photovoltaic panels and wind turbines when green building or sustainable development is discussed. How energy is used and how it is generated are core components of both green building ...
  • Osburn, L (Alive2green Publishers, 2010-01)
    The construction industry has turned to energy modelling in order to assist them in reducing the amount of energy consumed by buildings. However, while the energy loads of buildings can be accurately modelled, energy models ...
  • Mhlanga, MM; Olwal, TO; Mutanga, MB; Adigun, MO (IEEE, 2011-09)
    It is everyone’s dream to have network connectivity anywhere at all times. This dream can only be realized provided there are feasible solutions that are put in place for the next generation of wireless works. Wireless ...
  • Tazvinga, Henerica; Fore, S (2010-03)
    This paper looks at an energy performance analysis for a photovoltaic, diesel, and battery hybrid power supply system. The procedure starts by the identification of the hourly load requirements for a typical target consumer ...
  • Masonta, MT; Olwal, T; Ntlatlapa, N (IST-Africa 2010, 2010-05)
    In the past decade, the access to telephone services has increased drastically due to the deployment of wireless technologies and liberalization of telecommunications markets. But internet access in most African rural ...
  • Bladergroen, B; Bischof-Niemz, T (South African Department of Energy, 2015-10)
    With the emergence of variable renewable energy (VRE) sources, such as solar photovoltaics (PV) and wind power, flexibility requirements in the power system are generally increasing. However, what is not so clear yet is ...
  • Bladergroen, B; Bischof-Niemz, Sebastian T (South African Department of Energy, 2015-10)
    With the emergence of variable renewable energy (VRE) sources, such as solar photovoltaics (PV) and wind power, flexibility requirements in the power system are generally increasing. However, what is not so clear yet is ...
  • Matekenya, W; Mehlwana, MA (2006-05)
    Climate change is emerging as one of the most challenging problems confronting the humankind in the 21st century. Global warming is almost proportionally interrelated with the pace of industrialization over the past 200 ...
  • Dhlamini, MS; Mhlongo, GH; Swart, HC; Hillie, KT (Elsevier, 2011-04)
    Preparation of Er3+, Ho3+ and Tm3+ ions co-doped SiO2 nanoparticle phosphor powders by sol gelmethod is reported. The morphology and the particle size of the SiO2 hostmatrix were confirmed by field emission scanning electron ...
  • Moyo, D (2012-10)
    The hydroentanglement of fibres is achieved by the energy of the high-velocity waterjets. This method is highly energy intensive and costly, hence the attempt to study the energy transfer during the process. Generally, ...
  • Moyo, D; Anadjiwala, R (CSIR, 2010-09-01)
    Nonwoven fabrics are engineered assemblies of natural and man-made fibres bonded together mechanically, thermally, chemically or by a combination of these techniques. The nonwoven industry has a huge growth potential ...
  • Bogaers, Alfred; Botha, N (2016-10)
    The aim of this paper is to outline a preliminary investigation into an energy optimisation model with the aim of eventually being incorporated into a real-time driver assist program. A significant portion of the South ...
  • Mhlanga, MM; Nyandeni, TC; Olwal, TO; Ntlatlapa, N; Adigun, MO (SATNAC, 2009-08)
    The IEEE 802.11s working group has commenced activities, which would lead to the development of a standard for wireless mesh networks (WMNs). The draft of 802.11s introduces a new path selection metric called airtime link ...
  • Mhlanga, MM; Nyandeni, TC; Olwal, TO; Ntlatlapa, N; Adigun, MO (2009)
    The IEEE 802.11s working group has commenced activities, which would lead to the development of a standard for wireless mesh networks (WMNs). The draft of 802.11s introduces a new path selection metric called airtime link ...
  • Ntlatlapa, N (2007-06)
    This paper outlines the objectives of a recently formed research group at Meraka Institute. The authors consider application of wireless mesh networks in rural infrastructure deficient parts of the African continent where ...
  • Davis, C; Stevens, N; Archer van Garderen, Emma RM; Sinden, L-A; Nkambule, C (CSIR, 2010-09-01)
    Understanding climatic changes and their possible impacts on society is essential in critical sectors in South Africa in order to improve strategic adaptation responses. The study presented here, based in the Kruger to ...
  • Jacobs-Mata, Inga M; Nortje, Karen; Claassen, Marius (LiveDiverse, 2011-03)
    As part of the LiveDiverse South African case study, extensive fieldwork is being conducted in the rural setting of the Vhembe district in the Limpopo Province, on cultural and spiritual beliefs and attitudes relating to ...
  • Venter, C; Mashiri, M; Buiten, B (2006)
    It is the purpose of this chapter to advance the discourse between gender analysis and transport, specifically within the urban development context, with a view to promoting an understanding of the strategic role of ...