Endeavour, Morse, and Lewis Playlist

Basically, (opera) music is a big part of the Inspector Morse TV series and although there have been several soundtrack albums of various collections, no one has a more consistent and complete soundtrack playlist on Spotify so I decided to make one entitled "Thursday, Morse, Lewis, & Hathaway" in honour of the successive fictional Detective … Continue reading Endeavour, Morse, and Lewis Playlist

SED3: The Rectifier Circuit

This is a sub-section of my posts describing the Sustainable Energy Design 3 course group project to Design and Build a Micro Wind Turbine - for more information see here The Design For maximum efficiency we are using a full wave rectifier. The two most common options for this are diode bridge rectifiers or transformer … Continue reading SED3: The Rectifier Circuit

SED3: The Generator Manufacturing

This is a sub-section of my posts describing the Sustainable Energy Design 3 course group project to Design and Build a Micro Wind Turbine - for more information see here Building the Rotor So the theoretical design had pretty much outlined the magnet specification that we needed and so we had simply ordered that. The … Continue reading SED3: The Generator Manufacturing

SED3: The Generator Theory

This is a sub-section of my posts describing the Sustainable Energy Design 3 course group project to Design and Build a Micro Wind Turbine - for more information see here Identifying a methodology to design the generator was difficult. Our only restricting variables of power left a lot of variation, and the scale of wind … Continue reading SED3: The Generator Theory

The SED3 Project – Designing and Building a Micro Wind Turbine

Sustainable Energy Design 3 (SED3) was one of the newer but compulsory courses on my degree last year and as I am currently beginning my new dissertation project this in the one year anniversary on possibly the most amazing group project I will ever have worked on, I thought I would actually get around to … Continue reading The SED3 Project – Designing and Building a Micro Wind Turbine

PolyAnno: Translation

This is part of my series of posts about the PolyAnno project – more here The translations are handled in essence nearly identically to the transcriptions in the project as I left it at the end of 2016, with the only real differences being in variable names. However this was not the result of merely … Continue reading PolyAnno: Translation

PolyAnno: Further Product Development 1

This is part of my series of posts about the PolyAnno project – more here Having clarified the general shape of the project and egun experimenting with each component, building the one package became interesting. Eventually it split into several separate pieces for individual release but all combined together in the one final website for … Continue reading PolyAnno: Further Product Development 1

PolyAnno: Users

This is part of my series of posts about the PolyAnno project – more here I never really got far enough into completing the more necessary parts of the project to implement anything useful or even working with the users, but I planned to allow the users data to record favourited data (an image or … Continue reading PolyAnno: Users

PolyAnno: Verification

This is part of my series of posts about the PolyAnno project – more here Qualifications vs Wisdom of the Crowd? The methodology by which we verify which transcriptions and translations are "most correct" was/is a huge design problem. Leaving aside the more in depth discussions about defining correct, crowd sourcing projects appeared to take … Continue reading PolyAnno: Verification

PolyAnno: All The Unicode

This is part of my series of posts about the PolyAnno project – more here As discussed earlier in the Transcription page, one of the design problems faced by the project is how to allow users to input into the textboxes in any of the possible languages or characters that may be necessary to transcribe … Continue reading PolyAnno: All The Unicode