Research Paper On Wind Power Plant

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  • Best Practice in Ensuring Infected Wound Healing

    An 8 page consideration of the factors that enter into wound care. The author reviews the literature for approaches to wound care. The emphasis is made that appropriate wound care is not only specific to the type of wound but to the patient themselves. The nurse's careful interaction with the patient is critical in determining their needs and an address for those needs. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Wound Care/Wet-to-Dry v. Advanced Dressings

    A 6 page research paper that discusses wound care. Identifying what dressing is most appropriate in wound care is a difficult and challenging proposition as there are currently over a 1,000 wound care products and interventions, with more appearing every day (Callianno, 2003). However, there are specific guidelines for wound management for each type of wound (Watret and McFarland, 2004; Callianno, 2003. For example, management of burn wounds necessitates a special protocol as the burn patient is particularly susceptible to microbial infections (Parikh, et al, 2005). This examination of wound dressings options specifically focuses on the management of chronic wounds and whether the standard of protocol of wet-to-dry dressings constitute the best practice standard. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Defending Nuclear Power Facilities

    In five pages this essay supports nuclear power plants in the United States and cites the many benefits these plants generate. Twelve sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Marketing Plan for Blue Breeze Wind Park

    This 6 page paper develops a marketing plan for a company selling power with the provision and running of wind turbines. The initial primary market is farmers and ranchers with power companies targeted later in the company’s development. The bibliography cites 4 sources.

  • U.S. Nuclear Power Industry and its Historical Development

    In twelve pages the years between 1970 and 1990 are the central focus of this consideration of the U.S. nuclear power industry in an historical development examination that includes reactor research programs, current design of nuclear power plants, the issue of radioactive wasted, licensing extensions, decommissioning, government oversights, and future outlook. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

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