After the Fukushima Nuclear Accident,2011,Japan , the European Nuclear Safety Regulators Group (ENSREG) was involved in making a Nuclear "Stress" Test in European Nuclear Reactor(s) Plants...BUT...VITALLY AVOIDED!! TO STUDY THE MOST CRITICAL NUCLEAR FACTOR : THE NUCLEAR HUMAN FACTOR (Nuclear Human Management,Nuclear Human Resources) AND also AVOIDED!! TO STUDY THE MOST DANGEROUS NUCLEAR INSTALLATIONS IN EUROPE: THE NUCLEAR REPROCESSING PLANTS IN FRANCE AND IN U.K. AND also AVOIDED IN NUCLEAR CONFERENCES OF ENSREG AS IN 2015 TO HAVE RESEARCH ARTICLES ON THE NUCLEAR HUMAN FACTOR!!! AND also THE ENSREG IN ITS INTERNET SITE DOES NOT HAVE "CONTACT" INFORMATION , WHICH IS VERY SUSPICIOUS SINCE "EVERY HUMAN ACTION START WITH A COMMUNICATION..." AND THE BIGEST SABOTAGE OR/AND cover of INABILITY OF A GROUP IS TO STOP THIS COMMUNICATION(S)... AND also , from information we have , WE EXPECT THE MEMBERS OF ENSREG TO HAVE LACK!!! OF ULTRA CRITICAL SPECIALITY IN NUCLEAR PHYSICS/NUCLEAR FISSION (APPLIED+ THEORETICALLY) ,E.T.C.,... Therefore , we ask from the European Parliament + the European Authorities in URGENT way(s) , because of its VITAL Significance, to INVESTIGATE & CORRECT It our Theme(S)...S.O.S...SOS
Hence I was wondering whether there is any other way to identify the car model without depending on the comercial name variable (cn). I have seen that the data set also provides other variables names version(ve) and variant(va). Could these ones be of any help?
Hi there, how can I get the elevation value of a pixel from the new DEM, based on its RGB value? Green is low and red is high, but there is some weird gradient going trough. Can someone share the exact formula?
Sweden even has gone further than just reducing sulphur and has MK1 fuel on the market, which is better than EN590 fuel (see here for comparisons from 2012: http://slb.nu/slb/rapporter/pdf8/slb2012_008.pdf ) I was wondering whether there are plans to update the European Fuel directive towards such a more environmentally friendly fuel (and why not use MK1 as an example?)
While reducing environmental impact is important, I feel all good measures are embedded in a global economic model. As such, we also need to take into account economic profitability of European refineries and related jobs and tax revenues in a global context. I have the following questions: How high is the infrastructure investment cost to reduce sulphur? How much are the variable costs per liter? How much lower is the energy content after sulphur reduction (plus translation in monetary value)? (Same questions would apply to MK1)
As for the environmental benefits, are there numbers available on the effect of merely a sulphur reduction (and not combined with the other benefits of MK1)?
As I know lobbying will probably be strong on European level to achieve this, I would like to convince the Belgian government, who's looking to fix the current budget deficit, to adopt a tax on the sulphur content. I would like more ammunition for this. 1,5€ct per liter in Germany had already an impact it seems.