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Articles by Carmen Vasquez
Total Records ( 3 ) for Carmen Vasquez
  Amelec Viloria , Carmen Vasquez , Ricardo Figueredo and William Osal
  While greater our knowledge of the behavior of any facility energy consumption rater, the greater the opportunities to implement effective measures to reduce consumption without affecting productivity. In this sense, the present work aims to determine the energy performance of water sector, taking as a case study proposed provision served in Lara State, Venezuela. To achieve this purpose these monthly consumption for a period of 4 years correlated from 2012-2015, we were made correlation graphs and consumption rate was determined. About 3.203 data were analyzed for 125 environment where hydrological facilities in the state are located. The correlation diagrams shown lar trend curves and their correlation. All correlations were close to 0 considered weak. The consumption rate calculated average is 0.9561 kWh/m3. Curves consumption rate against water show that the system is more efficient as the water supply exceeds 200.000 m3.
  Carmen Vasquez , Maritza Torres and Amelec Viloria
  The present research characterizes the main public policies of Latin American countries that present universities in the top 100 of the web ranking of universities. As a determining governmental policy in the universities best positioned in the group studied, there is support for the training of doctors and the management of funding programs for research projects, to a lesser extent the influence of accreditation programs on researchers, research groups and scientific journals to the positioning of universities.
  Maria Gabriela Lucena , Leadina Sanchez , Carmen Vasquez and Amelec Viloria
  Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs) are an efficient alternative to traditional lighting because they consume a fifth of the energy used by incandescent lamps, reducing demand for electricity. However, because they contain mercury its use requires policies for environmental management. This study aims to analyze the regulatory framework for environmental management and use of CFLs. Analysis must be countries like the US, China and the European Community have carried out plans for incorporating LFC and in parallel have developed environmental policies and reducing the mercury content of these lamps, demonstrating, environmental and social responsibility in the matter.
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