Tablet School Journal Nr. 12
Tablet School Journal Nr. 12 offers content on taxes, sensitivity analysis and probabilistic modeling in the area of Financial and Economic Sciences. In the Engineering area, the study of fuel spray is complemented with the swirl effect, and a note on lithium batteries is shown.
2. Efecto del Swirl y de la Colisión Directa en los Flujos de Atomización de Combustible de un Concepto de Motor Multi-inyector para Diésel, Biodiésel y Heptano.
Vinicio Guachamín, César Ortega, Marcos Gutiérrez.
5. Minería de litio: Cómo las nuevas tecnologías de producción podrían impulsar la revolución mundial de los vehículos eléctricos.
Marcelo Azevedo, Magdalena Baczyńska, Ken Hoffman, and Aleksandra Krauze.
Tablet School Journal Nr. 11
The 11th Number of Tablet School Journal shows a more accurate method to determine the CO2 Emissions. This number also presents the experimental results of the Babel Project and the analysis of the sulfur content in gasoline.
Tablet School Journal Nr. 7
The 7th Number of Tablet School Journal is focused on financial topics like the application of the Taylor Rule and Minsky Moment. There are also, two independent researches about biodiesel and one about the Project Management Methodologies.
Tablet School Journal Nr. 6
The 6th Number of Tablet School Journal is focused on shorter and concrete papers by Independent Researchers, who have made their contribution regarding business strategies and topics about COVID-19. The content of this edition is mainly in Spanish, with papers' abstracts in English.
Tablet School Journal Nr. 5
The 5th Number of Table School Journal has a new format, complete with detailed guidelines for authors. There are now new sections split into general information, editorial section, essays and scientific papers. This issue covers:
A Look into the Carbon Footprint
The Constraints Faced by Small Enterprises
The Energy Contained in Biodiesel and its Effect on the Combustion Duration
The Economic Perspective of Biodiesel
Tablet School Journal Nr. 4
The 4th Number of Tablet School Journal is a special anniversary issue. It’s our ‘One Year Online’, and we have a special blockchain publication by Dr. Henrique Schneider of Nordakademie, from the University of Applied Sciences in Germany. We have an analysis of the research fields in the Universities of Ecuador with collaborators from different Universities of Argentina and Ecuador. We are also providing Pedagogical and Financial material to read and learn.
Tablet School Journal Nr. 3
The 3rd Number of Tablet School Journal contains a new section of opinion and analysis of virtual platforms for education. It also contains the section of Scientific articles called “In the Area of Finance.” They include themes of Investment Projects, Efficient Driving Simulations, and Irrigation Water Analysis.
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Gustavo Tapia - Universidad de Buenos Aires - Argentina
Mauro de Jesús - Universidad de Buenos Aires - Argentina
Gabriela Figueroa - Universidad de Buenos Aires - Argentina
Eduardo Álvarez - Universidad de Buenos Aires - Argentina
Eduardo Cassullo - Universidad de Buenos Aires - Argentina
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Svyatoslav Cheranev - NAMI Russian State Scientific Research Center- Russia
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