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A Brook In The City Analysis



Author: poem of Robert Frost Type: poem Views: 36

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The farmhouse lingers, though averse to square

With the new city street it has to wear

A number in. But what about the brook

That held the house as in an elbow-crook?

I ask as one who knew the brook, its strength

And impulse, having dipped a finger length

And made it leap my knuckle, having tossed

A flower to try its currents where they crossed.

The meadow grass could be cemented down

From growing under pavements of a town;

The apple trees be sent to hearth-stone flame.

Is water wood to serve a brook the same?

How else dispose of an immortal force

No longer needed? Staunch it at its source

With cinder loads dumped down? The brook was thrown

Deep in a sewer dungeon under stone

In fetid darkness still to live and run --

And all for nothing it had ever done

Except forget to go in fear perhaps.

No one would know except for ancient maps

That such a brook ran water. But I wonder

If from its being kept forever under,

The thoughts may not have risen that so keep

This new-built city from both work and sleep.






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As this is a solar energy syestm it does create some of the problems that you regularly refer to. Not so much at the source as we have scaled the syestm to provide adequate output for the local user under most weather conditions. But obviously during low solar periods the syestm is not exporting energy to the grid so the grid has to make up the shortfall for industry and commerce. This is the strength of the trough solar CSP hybride syestm. The gas backup is scaled to match the solar field output. So if the turbine house has extra additional turbines then the CSP infrastructure can operate at up to double the installation nameplate output for significant periods. Then the OCGTs must run all night and for a good part of the morning and afternoon. On sunny days for a couple of hours either side of noon the facility will be able to deliver double the solar nameplate capacity by leaving the OCGTs running then as well.This ability is a relatively small additional cost against the total installation cost.This would suggest that the cost of the solar part of the installation is rather high compared to the OCGT part. Care to indicate just how much higher?

| Posted on 2014-03-05 | by a guest


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quokkaHow did you come to your best days/worst days conclusion from that link?What's preetnsed is a Flash representation of what appears to be live data eg. right now it's showing 0 output because it's nightime in Germany. (Which also means it's making the same mistake as is made in the graph of wind we've discussing it's treating capacity factor as an instantaneous value. This means you end up with people like Mark imagining zero wind across all of Australia for 9 days in a row rather than actual results like 30% capacity factor which is what that graph actually shows when it's integrated across the month)*I would have thought for best days/worst days you'd have needed at least a years worth of data due to variation in day length across the seasons.Yes, I know there is a link to data but if you follow the link you don't get anywhere you're taken to the home page of which has no data, just an offer to set up a portal for you.* In fact as I research this a bit I'm starting to think this entire focus on capacity factor is bit meaningless, and perhaps constitutes misrepresentation. Wind farms (and solar) aren't meant or designed to operate at near-100% and shouldn't be compared to coal-fired plants which have been so designed.Skeptic: The CF of the solar cells on your house is only 20% so obviously it doesn't work, hah! Me: Point 1 I've coupled them to storage and the system powers my house 100% of the time, I'm completely off grid Point 2 Even if #1 were not true, I'd still be reducing my use of coal fired power x x

| Posted on 2014-03-05 | by a guest


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Wow, Brook! Those are some pretty ipvsersime cakes! I can't believe how much the lettuce and mushroom look like lettuce and mushrooms! Very ipvsersime! And of course your valentine cookies looked yummy! Very cool talent you have there. When are you going to enter a contest?

| Posted on 2014-03-04 | by a guest


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Not for awhile... execpt I have though about entering the Blackfoot fair cake contest. I don't know we will see. The worst part about entering cake contests is that they usually cost quite a bit of money just to enter let alone the cost of supplies!

| Posted on 2014-03-04 | by a guest


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A brook in the city we cannot keep,
We've miles to pave before we sleep.
Tho' in wildness is the preservation of man,
It seems we follow no lofty plan. _earthclod

| Posted on 2009-11-18 | by a guest




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