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The court cases of the second foreign Congress on power potency and effort comparable fabrics comprise seventy three peer-reviewed technical papers, submitted by means of major educational and learn associations from over 20 international locations and representing essentially the most state-of-the-art study to be had. The seventy three papers are grouped into the subsequent sections:

- common Issues

- Wind Energy

- sunlight Energy

- Nuclear Energy

- Biofuels and Bioenergy

- Fossil Energy

- Hydropower

- strength garage, Conservation and Efficiency

- Environmental Issues

- Carbon seize and Storage

- Bio-Assessment and Toxicology

- pollution from cellular and desk bound Sources

- delivery of Air Pollutants

- Environmentally pleasant development and Development

- power administration Systems

- fabrics for Sustainable Energy

- fabrics for Renewable strength garage and Conversion

- gasoline Cells

- Hydrogen Storage

- Photovoltaics and sunlight Cells

- Hydrogen creation and gas iteration from Renewables (Catalysis)

- Carbon Dioxide Sequestration and Conversion

- Energy-Saving Materials

- Thermoelectrics

- Saving strength in Buildings

- Modeling and Theoretical elements in Energy-Related Materials

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If no digital model of ground is found, then the average height can be calculated as follows: hm ¼ hs þ hr 2 ð11Þ 38 M. Benmedjahed et al. The average height is calculated as: hm ¼ Fd F is the vertical surface, between the wind turbine and the point of noise impact. Ascr: attenuation due to absorption (soundproof barrier). Generally, when there is no sound protection Ascr = 0. Avar: various attenuations (vegetation, construction, industry). Generally these attenuations are not taken in the calculations, Avar = 0.

The results show that the dominant wind direction is East (15 % of the frequencies). Our wind farm is composed of a single row of 12 wind turbines. The distance between each turbine is 248 m from North to South. Matlab software was used to calculate the noise generated by the wind turbine under the conditions encountered on our site (flat ground) and the results are exhibited in Fig. 4. This wind turbine produces noise of magnitude 103 dB (A) (as given by the manufacturer). According to our calculations, by using the method ISO 9613-2, the noise level is approximately 38 dB (A) to 250 m of nearest wind turbine and will be 31 dB (A) at a distance of 100 m.

Plant production is the priority in Romania—80 % while the animal production (33 %) prevails in Cyprus. Concerning the farm area, large disproportions were found out. In Slovakia, large farms (84 %) over 1000 ha dominate while in Poland (80 %) and in Cyprus (50 %) most farms are smaller than 10 ha. In Bulgaria and Romania there are middle farms with area from 10 to 1000 ha. Information about the existence of the BBE knowledge was a first question within the “training” block. Most respondents—60 % in Poland, 89 % in Slovakia, 97 % in Cyprus, 53 % in Bulgaria and 97 % in Romania, informed that they have this knowledge even if at the different qualitative level (Fig.

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