Klopp It could have been better

first_imgLiverpool’s current tally of 23 points after nine games puts them second on the league table and Jürgen Klopp has no doubt there is plenty more to come from his team.Liverpool defeated Huddersfield Town 1-0 to earn their seventh win of the Premier League season thanks to Mohamed Salah’s 24th-minute goal.The Merseyside team also matches Manchester City’s points haul so far and have conceded just three goals in their opening nine league matches.Despite being satisfied with the result, Klopp pointed out the areas for improvement.divock origi, liverpoolReport: Origi cause Klopp injury concerns George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Divock Origi injury in today’s game against Newcastle is a cause for concern for Jurgen Klopp.Perhaps with one eye on Tuesday’s trip to Italy…“It could have been better. How it always is in football, if you don’t play your best there are different reasons for it, the main reason today was that Huddersfield did well” Klopp told Liverpoolfc website.“They defended well, very aggressive around the second balls and it’s really difficult to get into a game if the ball is that often in the air and stuff like that. We could have done better, but actually, I thought we did a few things really well and were really close to having big chances at the start of the game.“When Alisson had the ball and we could play the long ball, stretch the formation by coming in between, it was so close that we would have been clean through. But we didn’t do it and Huddersfield defended that well.“Then we scored the goal, we had opportunities, but then Huddersfield came back into the game – I think it started with a corner and then the atmosphere was really there, the crowd was there. It is not too comfortable.”last_img read more

Police identify man killed in singlevehicle crash on SR94 in La Mesa

first_imgPolice identify man killed in single-vehicle crash on SR-94 in La Mesa , SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — Authorities identified a man killed in a single- vehicle crash on a La Mesa freeway Sunday.Charles Dilhalla III died when he apparently struck a concrete barrier while traveling at over 100 miles per hour.It happened after 9 a.m. on westbound state Route 94, directly under a ramp to state Route 125.Dilhalla was in the slow lane of the 94 when he lost control of his vehicle and it struck a concrete barrier, ejecting him.Witnesses pulled over and attempted to give him CPR. Paramedics arrived and continued CPR, but were unable to revive Dilhalla, and he was pronounced dead at the scene.Three lanes of the freeway had to be blocked while authorities investigated, but all were reopened by the afternoon. Posted: December 10, 2017 UPDATE: All lanes have reopened to traffic on WB SR-94 at SR-125. #SDCaltransAlert— Caltrans San Diego (@SDCaltrans) December 10, 2017 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter December 10, 2017last_img read more

Reebok Files FIR Against Former Top Employees For Alleged Fraud

first_imgReebok India on Tuesday filed an FIR against its former managing director Subhinder Singh Prem and COO Vishnu Bhagat for allegedly mishandling the company’s money by indulging in fictitious sales, and setting up forged accounts over the past couple of years.  The financial irregularities were to the tune of Rs 8.7 billion (INR 870 crore).(Due to a typing error in the FIR, there were some reports which suggested it was a Rs 8700-crore scam.)  Shahim Padath, Reebok India’s financial director, lodged the complaint at the Gurgaon police against the ex-employees.The services of Prem and Bhagat were terminated following the discovery of their illicit activities in March last.  It was alleged that the two had set up four secret warehouses for storing company merchandise and eventually selling them off to ghost companies and dealers within the country.The duo, who had worked in the company for 16 years, claimed that the stored goods were defective and that they were sold to legitimate distributors, IBN Live cited a PTI report.The duo was also accused of forging bills worth Rs 860 million (INR 86 crore) on goods which were already delivered to customers in 2011 and the year before, the Economic Times said.In December 2011, it was alleged that the former executives had invoiced Rs 1.47 billion (INR 147 crore) worth of goods that were not delivered to Reebok stores.”The said products were thus stolen by accused 1 and 2 (Prem and Bhagat) and the secret warehouses mentioned above were used for storing some of such stolen products,” the FIR said.The FIR estimated the value of the “stolen” goods to be worth Rs 630 million (INR 63 crore).Reebok has also accused Singh and Bhagat of expanding the store against company instructions, through which the duo had amassed money and also operated franchise referral programs.”Almost no franchise stores were opened under the scheme despite collection of about Rs 114 crore from various investors,” the FIR said according to the report.Adidas India, which is Reebok’s integrated partner, said in a statement to IBN Live, “We are given to understand that our criminal complaint has been registered for investigation by the Indian law enforcement authorities. Please understand that we cannot provide any further details since the matter now rests with the Indian law enforcement authorities. We shall continue to cooperate with the authorities in their investigation of the matter.”last_img read more

IT Sector Pays Highest Hourly Salary Followed by Finance Report

first_imgWhile this was no secret, India’s software industry has now officially been declared the most lucrative sector in the country in a latest study conducted by Monster India. With a median gross salary of ₹341.8 per hour, the software industry has emerged as the top paymaster, followed by finance sector that pays ₹291 per hour.Online career and recruitment solutions provider Monster India reported its findings in Monster Salary Index (MSI) which saw the IT employees record the highest hourly rate, followed by the financial sector. An employee works at the Indian headquarters of iGate in the southern Indian city of Bangalore.ReutersThe construction sector recorded ₹259 per hour, healthcare ₹215, manufacturing and transport 230.9, while education sector sat right at the bottom with ₹186.5 an hour.While the education sector sees more women participation, sadly, they paid an average 18% lesser than their male counterparts in the same sector.Monster India managing director (India/Middle East/ Southeast Asia/Hong Kong) Sanjay Modi said: “The country is on the edge of a new wave of development that is expected to deliver jobs and prosperity to millions, which has a direct correlation with salary/income.”The gender-gap in pay is recorded across the world, including the US, where research backs the claim that women are paid less than their male counterparts.In India, the gender pay gap is significant across all sectors, reads the research result. Women, on average, receive 34% less than their male counterparts in the IT sector, and in the financial sector, the difference is at 19%.The report noted that even as more women are seen holding supervisory positions, it still does not translate into better pay.”The MSI report is a standard systematic research aimed at empowering recruiters and jobseekers with a credible platform to compare salaries,” said WageIndicator Foundation director Paulien Osse.Monster Salary Index (MSI) is an initiative by Monster India in collaboration with Paycheck.in (managed by WageIndicator Foundation) with IIM-Ahmedabad as a research partner, to analyze the WageIndicator dataset beginning Q1 2012 to Q4 2014, reported BusinessLine.last_img read more

White LEDs with superhigh luminous efficacy could satisfy all general lighting needs

first_img(PhysOrg.com) — Researchers from the Nichia Corporation in Tokushima, Japan, have set an ambitious goal: to develop a white LED that can replace every interior and exterior light bulb currently used in homes and offices. The properties of their latest white LED – a luminous flux of 1913 lumens and a luminous efficacy of 135 lumens per watt at 1 amp – enable it to emit more light than a typical 20-watt fluorescent bulb, as well as more light for a given amount of power. With these improvements, the researchers say that the new LED can replace traditional fluorescent bulbs for all general lighting applications, and also be used for automobile headlights and LCD backlighting. Design improvements All three white LEDs are based on a blue LED die, which is coated with a yellow phosphor to achieve a wider emission spectrum. When blue emission from the LED die mixes with the yellow fluorescence from the phosphor, the device produces white light. Since the red part of the emitted spectrum was initially low, the researchers also added some red phosphor to enhance the red emission and create a more balanced spectra. Overall, the researchers noted that the color reproduction in this design is the highest of all white light sources.To optimize the luminous efficacy, the researchers focused on a key problem of LEDs: the electrodes tend to absorb some of the light that could otherwise exit the device and increase its luminosity. To reduce absorption at the electrode, the researchers used an indium-tin oxide contact as one of the electrodes, and also used a patterned sapphire substrate to scatter the light so that it could more efficiently exit the device. The researchers also optimized the device to reduce the operating voltage from 3.08 to 2.80 V.With these design improvements and the resulting enhancements in luminous efficacy, the new white LEDs provide further evidence that solid-state lighting can meet a wide variety of our future lighting requirements. Narukawa said that, although these LEDs are expensive compared to commercialized LEDs, he predicts that the price will come down in the future. He also plans to further enhance the luminous efficacy of the white LEDs for general lighting applications. Copyright 2010 PhysOrg.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or part without the express written permission of PhysOrg.com. The cross-sectional structure of (a) a conventional LED and (b) a new high efficacy LED with the patterned sapphire substrate and ITO contact as p-type electrode, which reduce the optical absorption and improve the extraction efficiency. Credit: Yuko Narukawa, et al. The Nichia researchers, Yukio Narukawa, et al., have published the results in a recent study in the Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics. The team fabricated three types of high-luminous efficacy white LEDs, each of which utilized a variety of improvements in device structure to improve their luminosity, or brightness, and reduce their operating voltage.The researchers focused on two measurement criteria. One was luminous flux (measured in lumens), which measures the light’s luminosity as perceived by the human eye, whose sensitivity varies for different wavelengths. The second criteria was luminous efficacy (measured in lumens per watt), which measures the amount of luminous flux achieved with a given amount of power. By the numbersBriefly looking at the history of a few different types of light sources helps provide some context for the LED’s recent rapid progress. The incandescent bulb, which was developed in 1879, had an initial luminous efficacy of 1.5 lm/W, which improved to 16 lm/W over the next 130 years. Fluorescent bulbs, first developed in 1938, achieved a luminosity increase of 50 to 100 lm/W over the next 60 years. The progress of white LEDs is much more pronounced: since their commercialization in 1996, white LEDs’ luminous efficacy has increased from 5 lm/W to today’s commercial white LED of 150 lm/W, the highest luminous efficacy of all white light sources. The theoretical limit for white LEDs is about 260-300 lm/W.Now, the Nichia researchers have taken the white LED’s luminous efficacy a step further, achieving values as high as 265 lm/W at 5 mA of current, or 249 lm/W at 20 mA, values that nearly reach the theoretical limit. However, the downside of this specific design is that the luminous flux is quite low, about 14.4 lm. By modifying the design, the researchers demonstrated two other white LEDs: one with values of 203 lm and 183 lm/W at 350 mA, and one (as mentioned above) with values of 1913 lm and 135 lm/W at 1 A. This last white LED was fabricated by connecting four high-power blue LED dies in series. More information: Yukio Narukawa, et al. “White light emitting diodes with super-high luminous efficacy.” J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 43 (2010) 354002 (6pp). DOI:10.1088/0022-3727/43/35/354002• PhysOrg.com iPhone / iPad Apps• PhysOrg.com Audio Podcasts / iTunes• PhysOrg.com Android apps (new version available)• Join PhysOrg.com on Facebook!• Follow PhysOrg.com on Twitter!center_img Explore further Citation: White LEDs with super-high luminous efficacy could satisfy all general lighting needs (2010, August 31) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2010-08-white-super-high-luminous-efficacy.html The history of luminous efficacy in different types of lighting shows the rapid improvements in white LEDs. The years in which the white light sources were developed are also shown. Credit: Yukio Narukawa, et al. Universal Display First to Achieve 30 Lumens Per Watt White OLED This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.last_img read more


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