Ultimate Guide to Power Efficiency

Power Efficiency Guide

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Overview of nutrition and thermogenesis

Total energy expenditure can be broken down into three components (a) obligatory energy expenditure required for normal functioning of cells and organs (represented by the basal metabolic rate, which is defined as the amount of energy expended when an adult organism is awake but resting, not actively digesting food and at thermoneutrality) (b) physical activity (c) adaptive thermogenesis, which is physiologically regulated and is usually defined operationally as heat production in response to environmental factors including temperature and diet. Adaptive thermogenesis has received a lot of attention in the context of weight-control management strategies because it comprises a set of unconscious mechanisms that lead to the regulated dissipation of part of the energy of foods as heat, thus reducing energy efficiency and opposing weight gain.

Energy Requirements In Pregnancy

Pregnancy is an anabolic state requiring energy for the products of conception, the foetal-placental unit and the increase in maternal tissues. Newly synthesised maternal tissues account for a 15-26 increase in metabolic rate in pregnancy (26). The total calculated energy cost for pregnancy is around 355 640 kJ (85 000 kcal) and this translates into an extra 1191.3 kJ (285kcal) a day (27,28). These theoretical energy costs, originally derived in the 1960s by Hytten and Leitch, have been confirmed by more recent physiological measurements (29).

Behaviour modification

In addition to decreasing energy intake, behaviour modification helps obese people to increase their physical activity and, thus, energy expenditure. The first step is helping patients understand that exercise does not have to be unpleasant and that lifestyle activities, such as leisurely walking, using stairs rather than escalators, and reducing dependence on energy-saving devices, are sufficient to improve health and weight. (29> As a result, new exercise guidelines no longer require patients to exercise at 60 to 80 per cent of their maximum heart rate for 20 to 40 min at a time.(30) Lower-intensity activity is acceptable, as are multiple brief bouts of physical activity performed throughout the day. (31) The goal is to accumulate approximately 30 min day of moderate-intensity physical activity on most days of the week.

Phosphorus32sodium Phosphate

This radiopharmaceutical was the most widely employed agent for the treatment of bone pain from osseous metastases between 1950 and approximately 1980. It is usually administered intravenously, but there are studies showing equal efficacy with oral administration, where absorption varies between 40 and 80 . Oral P-32, which is much less expensive than any of the radiotracers to be discussed (and therefore suitable for developing countries) was compared in 1999 with intravenous Sr-89 in an study sponsored by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). There was no significant difference found in response rates from P-32 or Sr-89 treatment both were about 90 efficacious. In the early years of P-32 utilization, it was employed after a week of androgen therapy in the belief that tumor and bone uptake would be stimulated. However, the data on which this supposition was made were flawed. Androgen administration can lead to severe side effects, such as spinal cord compression in the...

Enzymatic Fuel Cells Batteries

Fuel cells are very attractive energy sources, particularly at portable scale, with high energy efficiency, low pollution, and desirable refueling convenience 202 . A fuel cell uses two electrodes to reroute the electron flow in a redox reaction an anode to take electrons from a reducing substance (like H2, carbohydrate, or alcohol), and a cathode to transfer the electrons, after carrying out work in the circuit, to an oxidizing substance (like O2). As a biocatalyst, laccase may be adsorbed, entrapped, or wired onto the cathode to greatly diminish the overvoltage for the four-electron cathodic O2 reduction. How to keep the laccase active and to enhance the heterogeneous interfacial electron exchange (via mediation, chemical modification, or protein engineering) would be important for the devel

Sterilization of Process Gases 14241 Sterilization by filtration

The sizing of cartridges should be based upon pressure-drop data provided by the manufacturer these data depend strongly on the membrane type and filter design. An economic analysis of the energy costs (linked to differential pressure) and filter costs is discussed by Keating et al. (1992).

Cited Publications

Graham, Increased pulmonary disease mediated through altered bacterial defenses. In C. L. Sanders et al., eds., Pulmonary Macrophage and Epithelial Cells Proceedings of the 16th Annual Hanford Biology Symposium, Energy Research and Development Administration, Washington, DC, 1977, pp. 1-21.

Pulsed Electric Fields In Juice Processing 2241 Introduction

Critical processing factors for PEF include electric field intensity, pulse width, treatment time, temperature, and pulse wave shape. The induced potential difference across the cell membrane of a microorganism is proportional to the applied electric field (electroporation theory). A lethal effect to living cells is observed when the induced potential or transmembrane electric potential exceeds by a large margin a critical value of approximately 1V. Qin et al. 61 stated that microbial inactivation increases with an increase in the electric field intensity above the critical transmembrane potential. Pulse width influences the critical electric field and the efficiency of microbial inactivation 62 . Treatment time, defined as the product of pulse numbers and pulse duration, affects microbial inactivation when either of the two variables changes 63 . The efficiency for microbial inactivation varies with different pulse wave shapes. Oscillatory pulses are the least efficient for microbial...

Industrial And Occupational Chemicals And Air Pollutants

The term sick building syndrome refers to outbreaks of acute illness among workers in a particular building or area of building. Most buildings in which this has been reported have been energy efficient, with little direct outside air exchange. The symptoms most commonly involve the conjunctivae and respiratory tract, with additional nonspecific complaints such as headache, fatigue, and inability to concentrate. Except for unusual instances of contamination with microorganisms (such as Legionella) or of hypersensitivity pneumonitis, the outbreaks have not resulted in serious morbidity or permanent disability. The cause in more than half of the instances studied has been inadequate ventilation, and symptoms abated when corrective measures were taken. A study in Montreal revealed that workers with Alternaria exposure and sensitivity were more likely to have respiratory symptoms. Exposure was correlated with less efficient filtration systems and could represent a significant avoidable...

Central and nutritional control of adaptive thermogenesis

Female Male Zone Adrenal

Ingredients) to combat obesity (see references 47 and 48). On the one hand, there are a number of food components (e.g. caffeine, catechin polyphenols, ephedrine) known to stimulate the activity of the sympathoadrenergic system or the release of noradrenaline from the adrenals (e.g. capsaicin). On the other hand, certain nutrients foods - such as vitamin A, carotenoids, olive oil, medium-chain triacylglycerols, polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) and dietary protein - have been shown to have the potential to stimulate the expression of the UCPs in tissues. For instance, rats adapted to medium and high protein exposure have increased expression levels of UCP2 in liver and UCP1 in BAT, this correlating with a higher energy expenditure and oxygen consumption in the dark period and a lower feed energy efficiency.49 Replacement of habitual foods with others that may enhance energy expenditure may be a practical way to maintain a stable body weight or to help achieve weight loss. The...

Regulating Gene Expression

A cell controls its metabolic pathways by two general mechanisms. The most immediate of these is the allosteric inhibition of enzymes. The most energy-efficient strategy, however, is to control the actual synthesis of the enzymes, making only what is required. To do this, cells have the ability to control expression of certain genes. allosteric regulation, p. 140

Methods Of Measurement

Time-motion studies have also been used to estimate the energy expenditure of physical activity in real-life situations. In time-motion studies, detailed records of physical activity are kept by an observer, and energy expenditure is estimated from the duration and intensity of the work performed. The major problem with this method is the marked individual variations in the energy costs of doing a particular task. Physical activity diaries and physical activity recall instruments have been used to quantify the energy costs of different activities over a representative period of time. Record keeping is often inaccurate and may interfere with the subject's normal activities. Furthermore, the subject's recall of physical activity depends on his or her memory, which may not always be reliable. Measuring motion by devices such as a pedometer or an accelerometer may provide an index of physical activity (i.e., counts) but does not quantitate energy expenditure. In summary, measurement of...

Figure 12

Facilitates neuronal communication, but have little knowledge of how it modulates axonal integrity. Neurons communicate by depolarizing the electrical potential'' of their axons. This occurs by channel-mediated exchange of Na+ in an energy dependent manner (see Chapter 5). Unmyelinated axons generate action potentials along their entire surface at a speed that is proportional to their radius. Rapid unmyelinated axonal communication would demand energy and space requirements that are not conducive to evolution of the large, complex mammalian brain. It was advantageous, therefore, to evolve a mechanism to propagate neuronal communication through thin axons in an energy efficient manner. Myelin-forming cells serve this function by producing a series of discontinuous insulation units called internodes along individual axons. Each myelin internode can be divided into two ultrastructurally and functionally distinct domains compact myelin and the paranodal loops. Compact myelin inhibits ion...

Sterile Filtration

Production of parenteral drugs requires that the product be sterile. In many cases, terminal sterilization by heat, ethylene oxide gas, or ionizing radiation is used to render a product sterile however, certain products are not stable when exposed to heat, gas, or radiation, and they must be sterilized by other means. Filtrative sterilization is suitable in such cases. Indeed, the practice of sterile filtration is not limited to labile preparations. Unlike the other forms of sterilization, filtration sterilizes by the removal of the bacteria from the product rather than by inducing a lethality to the micro-organism. Filtration is straightforward and reliable it removes particulate matter other than microbiological it avoids possible pyrogenicity owing to the presence of dead bacteria in the dosage form it is cost effective and energy efficient and it allows convenient and flexible manufacturing systems and schedules with low capital investment 41 .

Gait Analysis

8.1.6 How is Energy Efficiency Achieved in Normal Gait 191 Energy-efficient fashion (normal energy expended 2.5 kcal min, less than twice that used for just standing or sitting). This requires the presence of efficient phase shifts Has to be energy efficient and equipped with methods of shock absorption 8.1.6 How is Energy Efficiency Achieved in Normal Gait

Discussion

In evolutionary terms, it has been suggested that senescence is the end-result of an energy-conservation strategy operating in somatic cells. According to this hypothesis, during the course of an organism's lifespan the total available energy has to be differentially allocated to a variety of functions, which range from macromolecular synthesis and degradation, to cell and organ maintenance, to reproduction of the species. (18) Given a finite energy supply, and to ensure propagation of the species by the successful transmission of genes to future generations, a compromise has to be reached between the energy made available for each function. The requisite accommodation in energy saving is achieved by the maintenance of absolute or near-absolute accuracy in germ-cell replication but less rigorous error correction in somatic cells. Minimally, this would provide an explanation for the puzzling inability of organisms to maintain existing structure and function despite having completed...

Fenestrae Structure

Fenestration Endothelial

Fenestrae are encountered in the most attenuated regions of the endothelium, where the cell profile is as little as 40 nm, and span the entire thickness of the cell without disrupting the continuity of the cell membrane (Figure 2). The substances that traverse the pore never encounter the contents of the cytoplasm and are transported in a rapid and presumably energy-efficient manner. This is in contrast to transcytosis, which involves the coupling of energy-rich endocytic and exocytic events. In most vascular beds, the fenestrae contain a diaphragm composed of approximately eight radial fibrils converging in a central knob, which further dissects the pore into 5- to 6-nm openings (Figure 3).

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