Author: James C. Chesley

The unsure future of the British Grand Prix.

Dec 14 2018
James C. Chesley

These are worrying times for any British Formula one fan as the bleak prospect of there not being a race in the country after the next one at Silverstone in 2019 seems to be a real possibility. With spiralling costs and Silverstone confirming that they cannot afford to host it the curtain may well fall

Night time is race time in Singapore.

Dec 12 2018
James C. Chesley

One of only two night time races on the Formula one calendar (mainly to accommodate the Western European audience) the Singapore Grand prix is a gruelling street race that really can take its toll out on the drivers. As with any street race the walls are a feature any one tiny error of judgement when

What is a Variable Area Flow Meter and Why Do You Need One?

Dec 10 2018
James C. Chesley

Flow meters are instruments that measure the flow rate of liquids passing through them. Although principally used for measuring water, flow meters can also be used to measure steam, gas, oil and other liquids. You need different kinds of flow meters for different types of resources. However, that’s not the case with variable area flow

Shower versus Bath: Which is More Beneficial?    

Dec 07 2018
James C. Chesley

The bathroom is where we do our most personal activities, including bathing. Most homes have showers; some have bathtubs, while a good number have both. Getting our body clean is a process. We have to step into the shower or the tub to clean our bodies of the day’s dirt, grime and dust. But have

Saving on Costs for Your Special Event

Dec 06 2018
James C. Chesley

According to Trip Savy, in America, studies show that there are an average of about more than 2.4 million weddings performed annually. In addition, studies also show that there are an average of about 136 wedding guest every year. A wedding is supposed to be an event that you will remember for a lifetime. You want to

Future Trends and Advancements in Sensor Technology

Nov 23 2018
James C. Chesley

For many decades now, sensors have helped revolutionise many industries and continue to do so. Technology continues to improve at a fast rate which also dictates the need for sensors that measure a range of physical parameters like motion, temperature, pressure, and fluid flow. Along with advanced methods of fabrication, innovative control systems have also