Romanesque architecture between 800 and 1150AD was popular in Western Europe which then rose to the gothic style. Pre-Romanesque style developed by using elements of roman design in the Christian churches in the states of Western Europe. By the end of the pre-Romanesque period Roman elements had fused with Byzantium elements from the Middle East, these influences became known as the Romanesque, meaning "in the manner of Rome". The appearance of the Romanesque style was multi storey...
Threats without enemies, why is climate change the “greatest challenge to global stability and security, and therefore to national security” and what can be done about it?Chapter 1 Context (1000)Method of analysis / essay outline explanation (200). “..the single most important problem is our misguided focus on identifying the single most important problem…” Joseph Diamond, in Collapse How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed. The aim of this study is to examine...
HEART ATTACK What is a Heart Attack? A heart attack or commonly known as myocardial infarction is produced when the muscle of our heart do not receive the blood needed to function. Our body carries blood full of oxygen and other nutrients, which are needed for the different organs to function and maintain our body alive. The heart is surrounded by arteries called Coronary Arteries. When one or more of these coronary arteries are “blocked inside by fatty deposits called plaque”...
INTRODUCTION The main idea of the project is to simulate the proposed multitree database architecture acceptable for future mobile networks. The project is developed in such a way that it is easy for user to know the mobile registration process and call setup process. The project is developed as server and client application. The client application is capable of mobile registration, call setup from source mobile to destination mobile if both reside in the same application itself. The server...
War and war stories are the major news that features in nearly every media and other communication channels worldwide in the modern days. Yet, unlike in the past whereby nations stood against one another and fought in a definite war, the war stories of the modern times have changed dramatically with a major focus on terrorism and insurgency in different parts of the world. For example, the Middle East and other Arab-inhabited places in Asia have been the most important bases for terrorist and...
CHAPTER-IINTRODUCTION 1. General Henry Harley Arnold was born in Gladwyne, Pennsylvania on 25 June 1986. He enlisted in the West Point military academy in 1904 and was commissioned on 14 June 1907. General Arnold was initially selected for the fields of infantry albeit, on 1911 he was selected for under going flying training with Write brothers. With his devotion towards the flying training, he became top of the best pilot's list and in the year 1912, he won the ‘Mackay Trophy' for...
Concrete would produce loud reverberating sound whereas carpet would absorb sound. A small Dark and loud space would evoke tension in the user where as a space meant to portray joy would be large, well lit and have proper acoustic values. Aural architecture plays many significant roles in various types of spaces such as musical, social, navigational, aesthetic and symbolic. In a musical space, the reverberation blends the note sequences into chords. In a social space it changes the distance...
Cwm Idwal (CI) is a Cirque: which is a glacially eroded semi circular steep walled basin, cirques commonly contain a lake this is what Llyn Idwal is. The Younger Dryas period was when CI was formed as a cirque, around 12,000 years ago, in the UK the event was called the Loch Lomond Stidial (The BBC, 2002). Various landforms that are associated with glacial and post-glacial are found in this area, with using a base map and Google Maps of the area we were able to determine some landforms before...
What is meant by the "world water crisis"? Critically assess the contribution of River Basin Management in addressing this crisis The worlds freshwater is commonly discussed in the literature as being a finite resource under increasing pressure from the greater demands being placed upon it globally (Postel 2000, Hamdey et al 2003, Oki and Kanae 2006, UNEP 2007). It has consequently become a highly contentious resource, and in recent years the focus of much debate on how best to manage...
INTRODUCTION Louis Kahn was one of the most renowned personalities of the 20th century Architecture. The impact that he made with some of his works was so remarkable that he was rightly compared with Corbusier and Mies Van Der Rohe. Louis Kahn's work made huge impact specifically on the younger generation who were more willing to try out the non-traditional way of designing buildings. Louis Kahn truly believed that all architects should thrive for unparalleled excellence which would help them...