miércoles, 8 de noviembre de 2017

It is called fossil fuels to hydrocarbons (oil and gas) and coal. These resources were formed from organic matter from plants, microorganisms, bacteria and algae, which through photosynthesis transformed the electromagnetic energy of the sun into chemical energy. That organic matter, accumulated hundreds of millions of years ago at the bottom of lakes or seas with very little oxygen, was then covered by successive layers of sediments. Thus, the earth's crust functioned as a great "geological kitchen".   
The Province of Santa Fe, has the largest concentration of biodiesel plants
announced in the country to date, This is due to the large concentration of grain
milling that is also located in this area Fossil fuels (particularly oil and gas) are the main source of energy that Argentina uses to generate electricity and fuel. The country has several basins with reservations.
Oil and gas reserves:
The reserves are those quantities of hydrocarbons that are expected to recover
from known accumulations and at a specific date.
In the Argentine Republic,19 sedimentary basins have been identified.
Five of these basins have continuity over the continental shelf, which have 
provided hydrocarbons profitably: The Neuquén, San Jorge, Cuyana, Austral
(or Magallanes) and Northwest basins. The Neuquén basin and the 
Golfo de San Jorge basin are the most important in the country, since they contain 
75% of the total proven reserves in the country. The Neuquén basin
contributes 43% of the total Argentine oil production, while the Gulf of San Jorge
basin contributes 35%. While three others extend under the waters of the sea.

Coal is a solid fossil fuel formed from organic matter of vegetable origin accumulated under layers of sediments. This was transformed and gradually losing its moisture to become a solid substance, with high carbon content and, therefore, a high energy value. The carboniferous zones extend throughout the pre-cordilleran zone and in parts in the cordilleran zone, mainly in the provinces of Catamarca, La Rioja, San Juan, Mendoza, Neuquén, Río Negro,
Chubut and Santa Cruz. There are also known coal formations in Salta and Jujuy.
The Río Turbio deposit:
The most important coal deposit in Argentina is Río Turbio, in the province of Santa Cruz. This deposit concentrates 99% of the country's coal reserves. Until that moment, the production of the mine was destined to the supply of the thermoelectric power plants located in Buenos Aires.

                      Hydrocarbons reserves map:

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miércoles, 18 de octubre de 2017

                            Ten types of energy

Tidal Energy:

Tidal energy is defined as sustainable energy that takes advantage of the movement that occurs in the water due to the wind and the gravitational forces exerted by the Sun and the Moon that cause the tides. The operation of the tide or energy of the tides is very basic, since the energy is obtained by coupling a turbine that generates electricity from this natural movement. To take advantage of this renewable energy what is done is that reservoirs are built near the coasts to allow the storage of water when the tide rises, by the time the tide goes down, releasing it to the sea by passing it through a turbine that produces electricity with this movement of the Water.

fossil fuels:

Oil and gas are mainly derived from which of the following sources?
 phytoplanktonic material found in marine basins
Why do fossil fuels generate more power than wood for use in machines, for example?
Fossil fuels have a higher concentration of carbon and hydrogen
What is the one continent on Earth where coal is not found?
Most of the world's oil is found in sedimentary rock that is of what age?
younger than 200 million years
Coal, a common fossil fuel, is formed from which of the following types of organic matter?
tree trunks, leaves, and freshwater plants
Natural gas is composed mainly of which type of gas?
The greatest concentration of oil is found in which of the regions of the world given below?
the Middle East

miércoles, 11 de octubre de 2017

How much do you know about ELECTRONICS?

Answer these questions

1. What are the two places on a battery to which circuit wires can be attached called?
2. What is the path electricity takes called?
3. Materials through which electricity can pass are called ___________ conductors
4. Materials that do not allow electricity to pass through them are called electrical ____________
5. True of False? Electricity is a flow of negative charge
6. What do you use to measure a current in a circuit?
7. What components do you need to make a simple series circuit to light one bulb?
8. Which is the odd one out and why? Steel-glass-iron-tin
9. Why are plug sockets covers made of plastic?
10. True of False? The lead of a pencil (graphite) can conduct electricity.
11. If you put a second battery in a simple circuit, how will it affect the brightness of the bulb?

12. What is happening when a switch is off?

jueves, 18 de mayo de 2017



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