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SBMPTN Info Day 2013 Acara Sosialisasi Seleksi Bersama Masuk Perguruan Tinggi Negeri Tahun 2013 Dr. Emil Budianto Ketua Pantia Lokal SBMPTN Jakarta SELEKSI MAHASISWA MASUK PTN PRESTASI AKADEMIK SNMPTN KEBIJAKAN PENERIMAAN MAHASISWA PTN UJIAN TERTULIS SBMPTN Pola seleksi yang dilaksanakan secara bersama oleh PTN di seluruh Indonesia yang diselenggarakan melalui ujian tulis KARAKTERISTIK TES TERTULIS 1 2 • mengukur kemampuan penalaran atau kemampuan berpikir tingkat tinggi (higher order thinking) yang memprediksi keberhasilan calon mahasiswa di semua program studi di Perguruan Tinggi. • terdiri dari Tes Potensi Akademik (TPA), Tes Kemampuan Dasar Umum (TKDU), Tes Kemampuan Dasar Sains dan Teknologi (TKD Saintek), dan Tes Kemampuan Dasar Sosial dan Humaniora (TKD Soshum). Perbedaan SNMPTN 2012 dengan SBMPTN 2013
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Hi my name is _____ and I’m calling from the Bureau of Government Research and Services at Rhode Island College. We are not selling anything; we are conducting a study of issues in the news. Please help us by sharing your opinions. Percentages may not add to 100 percent due to rounding. 3. Are things in Rhode Island are going in the right direction, or have they gotten on the wrong track? 1 Right Direction 11% 2 Wrong Track 83% 3 (VOL) Don’t Know 6% 4. What do you think is the most important problem facing Rhode Island right now? PROBE FOR SPECIFIC _______________________________________________________________ 5. Considering the cost of gas, as compared with past summer vacation plans how likely are you to travel outside Rhode Island by car on vacation this year? Are you: 1 More Likely 5% 2 Just as Likely 32% 3 Less Likely 59% 4 (VOL) Don’t Know 2% 5 (VOL) No Answer 2% 6. Supporters say we should allow drilling for oil in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to increase oil supplies. Opponents say drilling would damage the environment in an unspoiled part of the nation. Do you approve or disapprove of drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska? 1 Approve 42% 2 Disapprove 50% 3 (VOL) Don’t Know 7% 4 (VOL) Don’t Know 2% 5 (VOL) No Answer 2% 7. In order to help reduce global warming would you be willing or not willing to pay more for electricity if it were generated by renewal sources like the sun or wind energy? 1 Willing 66% 2 Not Willing 25% 3 (VOL) Don’t Know 7% 4 (VOL) No Answer 2% 8. Thinking about gay marriage would you favor or oppose Rhode Island courts having the authority to grant divorces to homosexual couples legally married in Massachusetts now living in Rhode Island? 1 Favor 49% 2 Oppose 39% 3 (VOL) Don’t Know 8% 4 (VOL) No Answer 4% 9. Governor Carcieri issued an Executive Order dealing with illegal immigrants. It requires that the Federal E-Verify system be used to screen state workers and employees of companies doing business with the state and directs certain state agencies to work cooperatively with Federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement personnel in enforcing federal immigration laws. Do you 1 Agree 75% 2 Disagree 18% 3 (VOL) Don’t Know 5% 4 (VOL) No Answer 1% 1 As you know, Rhode Island state government has significant financial problems. I am going to read some of the general assembly’s ideas to balance the budget. Please tell me whether you strongly support, somewhat support, somewhat oppose, or strongly oppose each of the provisions I mention: (ROTATE) Proposal St sp Swh sp Swh op St op DK 10. Freezing non-school state aid to cities 4 3 2 1 0 and towns at this year’s level. 29% 25% 14% 23% 10% 11. Reducing the amount of money 4 3 2 1 0 available for college scholarships 12% 12% 18% 54% 4% awarded to needy students. 12. Imposing a two-year time limit on 4 3 2 1 0 welfare benefits. 48% 19% 12% 18% 4% 13. Capping the amount of tax credits paid 4 3 2 1 0 out to encourage the filming of movies 31% 24% 15% 21% 10% and TV shows in Rhode Island. 14. Reducing the number of low income 4 3 2 1 0 families eligible to receive state 20% 14% 19% 43% 4%
Consult the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act and its Regulations, more specifically the Industrial Establishments – Reg 851, as well as the relevant CSA Standard (B173.5) for detailed information on grinding machinery. A grinding wheel is defined as an expendable wheel that carries an abrasive compound on its border; generally made from a matrix of coarse particles pressed and bonded together to form a solid, circular shape A ring test (also referred to as an acoustic test) is a method to check if the wheel is in proper working order. To conduct the test, hold the grindstone by its centre and lightly tap the grindstone in four opposite corners with a non-metallic object (wooden mallet, plastichandled screwdriver) and listen at every tap; a clear (metallic “ring”) sound indicates a solid grindstone while a muffled (dead) sound indicates the grindstone is cracked; see “How to conduct a ring test” (http://www.ccohs.ca/oshanswers/safety_haz/abrasive_wheels/wheels.html); any wheel that is cracked should be discarded. A competent person is defined by the Ontario Occupational Health & Safety Act as a person who (i) is qualified because of knowledge, training and experience to organize the work and its performance; (ii) is familiar with this Act and the regulations that apply to the work and (iii) has knowledge of any potential or actual danger to health & safety in the workplace. Hazard Classes: Consult the Self-Assessment Form (http://www.iapa.ca/pdf2/irsst_Grinder.pdf) for more information • Mechanical – abrasions, contusions and fractures can occur if you are using a damaged grinder wheel; • Heat – burns – ensure that fire extinguishers are adequately placed and no flammable products in the area; • Chemical / Biological – irritation, dermatitis, intoxication, infection – change the cooling fluid when necessary; check that there are no hazardous substances; • Physical – high noise levels can slowly hinder hearing capabilities; ear muffs/plugs are recommended; • Ergonomic – muscular-skeletal disorders (http://www.ccohs.ca/oshanswers/diseases/rmirsi.html) and back aches caused by orientation / setup of drill press among other factors; • Electrical – unplug the equipment when performing maintenance; ensure that the equipment is properly grounded Prior to Starting the Grinder: • Competent person shall be assigned to the mounting, care, and inspection of abrasive wheels and grinding machines. • All workers operating a grinding machine shall wear the appropriate personal protective equipment relevant to the particular hazards (safety glasses, face shield, respirator, hearing protection etc.) • Inspection shall be conducted and documented; then regular inspections shall be conducted and records made available. • Manuals and operating instructions for the grinding machine shall be made available to all workers. • Check the manufacturing date on the grindstone label; dispose of expired ones. • A grinding machine shall be inspected for defects prior to mounting (by conducting a ring test), and shall be mounted in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications (wheel properly mounted between flanges; guard(s) securely in place etc.) • All rotating motor components are enclosed with adequate guarding materials • A grinding machine shall be provided with protective hoods that enclose the wheel (as close to the wheel as the work will...
Grinding Machines Module Outcome Summary Information Instructional Area Machine Tool Instructional Level Apprentice Organization WTCS-Wisconsin Technical College System, State Machine Tool Apprenticeship Advisory Committee Development Date 11/07/2001 Course Description This module focuses on the terminology, construction and operations of grinding machines in the metalworking industry. Be aware that in-depth information regarding cutting tools, hardware and hand tools will be addressed in their own modules. Efforts shoud be made to reference information found in other modules in order to assist the apprentice in the application and assimilation of information. Competencies 1. Advocate safe grinding machine practices Conditions and Criteria Competence will be demonstrated: • by defending a friend and fellow machinist who was injured by NOT following safety precautions Criteria - Performance will be satisfactory when: • learner lists at least 10 safety precautions related to grinding machines • learner can cite at least 5 potential hazards related to grinding machines • learner explains the importance of good shop keeping procedures Learning objectives What you will learn as you master the competency: a. List and explain precautions for protection of : eye, ears, hands, fingers, feet b. Identify specific safety violations c. Explain the ways in which clothing can be a source of hazard near a grinding machine d. Describe how you would respond to a potentially unsafe situation or condition e. Explain the possible effects of NOT completing specific shop keeping practices f. Describe shopkeeping practices outlined in the text g. Relate a safety "war" story 2. Analyze machine tool capabilities by type and construction Conditions and Criteria Competence will be demonstrated: • justify the choice of grinding machine for a given operation Criteria - Performance will be satisfactory when: • justification addresses multiple machine components (wheel size, size and style of work area, spindle location etc.) • justification follows a logical sequence • justification incorporates safe work practices Learning objectives What you will learn as you master the competency: a. Identify the major components of a grinding machine b. Identify the major types of grinding machines (internal, surface, cylindrical, tool and cutter, etc) c. Identify various machining operations performed on a grinding machine (slots, profile, taper, etc.) d. Review the safety concerns related to grinding machines e. Recognize the need for following recommended lubrication and maintenance schedules 3. Distinguish properties of abrasives Conditions and Criteria You will demonstrate your competence: • justify the selection of an abrasive for a given operation Your performance will be successful when: • justification incorporates safe grinding practices • justification recognizes efficiency in application • justification recognizes the properties of the abrasive Learning objectives What you will learn as you master the competency: a. Identify natural abrasives b. Identify synthetic abrasives c. Compare the general applications of natural and synthetic abrasives d. Characterize the importance of grain properties in grinding applications 4. Select the grinding wheel Conditions and Criteria You will demonstrate your competence: • justify the selection of a grinding wheel for a given piece part and/or operation Your performance will be successful when: • justification incorporates safe grinding practices • justification recognizes efficiency of application • justification recognizes factors involved in selection (piece part material and hardness, finish requirement, etc.) o justification incorporates information regarding the selection of wheel components Learning objectives What you will learn as you master the competency: a. Review safety concerns specific to grinding wheels b. Review types and styles of grinding wheels c. Recognize factors affecting wheel selection d. Identify the components of a grinding wheel (grit size, bond, grade, structure) e. Explain the purpose of the standard wheel symbol and marking system used in industry f. Review speed and feed applications to a variety of grinding machine applications g. Explain the process of balancing a grinding wheel h. Explain the process of truing a grinding wheel i. Differentiate between truing and dressing a grinding wheel
This directive is intended for personnel response to operate the grinding machine. The complete technical documentation shall all the times be kept near the grinding machine. Thie operating directive points out essential details for the application of the grinding machine. With hints contained in this directive, failures at the grinding machine may be avoided thus permitting troublefree operation. It is therefore of utmost importance that personnel delegated to operate the machine is familiar with this directive, especially the chapter for safety. It is recommended to carefully study the directive prior to taking machine to operation, as G&N will not come up for damages or operating failures resulting from nonobservance of this directive. Note: Technical modifications serving for improvement of the grinding machine are subject to exception as compared to description and notes of this directive. Purpose of Machine: The precision grinding machine MPS VTG II is exclusively designed for resharpening punching tools made of steel. Any other application is considered contrary to intended purpose. The manufacturer will not accept claims for damages resulting from such use; the user will be responsible for such application. Mate Part Number: LIT00426 Rev A Precision Surface Grinding Machine MPS VTG II SPECIFICATION Order No.: _______________ Mfg. Year: 2002 _______________ 400V / 50Hz El. Connection V/Hz: _______________ Mate Part Number: LIT00426 Rev A TECHNICAL DATA MPS VTG II Connected Load Grinding Motor: Compressed air supply 4 kVA 3,3 kW 440V50Hz 2850 min-1 6 bar Grinding Wheels CBN Diamant ø 200X34X32 mm ø 200X34X32 mm Precision 0,005 mm Rotary Table ø 320 mm Max. grinding height: ca. 300 mm Space (depending on order) ca. 760 x 650 mm Noise level < 67dB(A) Weight ca. 300 kgs Mate Part Number: LIT00426 Rev A OPERATING MANUAL MPS VTG II
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Various shoes are worn by distance runners throughout a training season. This study measured the differences in ground reaction forces between running shoes, racing flats, and distance spikes in order to provide information about the potential effects of footwear on injury risk in highly competitive runners. Ten male and ten female intercollegiate distance runners ran across a force plate at 6.7 m·s-1 (for males) and 5.7 m·s-1 (for females) in each of the three types of shoes. To control for differences in foot strike, only subjects who exhibited a heel strike were included in the data analysis. Two repeated-measures ANOVAs with Tukey’s post-hoc tests (p < 0.05) were used to detect differences in shoe types among males and females. For the males, loading rate, peak vertical impact force and peak braking forces were significantly greater in flats and spikes compared to running shoes. Vertical stiffness in spikes was also significantly greater than in running shoes. Females had significantly shorter stance times and greater maximum propulsion forces in racing flats compared to running shoes. Changing footwear between the shoes used in this study alters the loads placed on the body. Care should be taken as athletes enter different phases of training where different footwear is required. Injury risk may be increased since the body may not be accustomed to the differences in force, stance time, and vertical stiffness. Key words: Footwear, impact, track.
Most women run a 5K race with the bare minimum running gear: a pair of running shoes and whatever sporty‐looking item they can find in their wardrobes. Along comes the 10K race and the game is upped just a notch. They know that comfort is key and feeling good in their clothes (and maybe their own skin) will play an important role in getting those mental motors revved up. That’s when body and soul team together to get you across that finish line. The running gear you’ve used to run your 10K(s) is the very same that you’ll need for the half marathon. Since you signed up for this 21K Course, we’re going to assume that you already have a few pairs of running shoes. You might not yet own so much running gear that you have a special section in your closet, but we can bet you have the basics. You may not need to buy anything new in order to start training next week, but let’s go through basic running gear to make sure you’ll all set. While running and racing I have a bad habit of looking at the ground. Good form would have me looking serenely ahead to the horizon. When my head and neck is in the correct position the rest of my body aligns and my running style instantly improves. I correct myself constantly but when my gaze returns to the ground the first thing I look at are the shoes my fellow runners are wearing. I’m used to seeing anything fly at a 5K race, from “gym” shoes to army boots. But I become totally flustered when I see long distance racers shod with whatever they find at the Sports Authority sales bin. Anatomically speaking, your feet play the most important role while you run, so running shoes are the most important component of your running kit.
USA Luge may also have a limited supply of used equipment available in various conditions. Q: How much does luge equipment cost? A: Prices for used luge equipment can vary depending on condition. A price guideline for new equipment is as follows: Sled: $800-$1,000 Racing suit: $100-$350 Luge Shoes: $165-$250 Racing gloves: $25-$50 Spikes: $30-$45 Face shield: $35-$45 Helmet with face shield: $250-325 Q: Do I need to buy my own equipment? A: Generally, it is recommended that beginning athletes do not buy their own equipment. USA Luge has a supply of sleds and helmets to use for athletes that are just getting started in the sport. Once an athlete determines that they want to pursue a competitive career in luge, they can begin to think about purchasing their own equipment. Before any purchase; however, a coach should always be consulted first to assure proper sizing. Member, United States Olympic Committee If you would like to be an “Official Supplier” of USA Luge, contact our Marketing Department at ext. 104 U.S. Representative, Fédération Internationale de Luge de Course UNITED STATES LUGE ASSOCIATION 57 CHURCH STREET LAKE PLACID, NEW YORK 12946 WWW.USALUGE.ORG U.S. National Team Sled firstname.lastname@example.org PH: 518-523-2071 FX: 518-523-4106 coach before planning to purchase a sled. Most of the time a coach will recommend that first year athletes use USA Luge equipment before making the relatively large investment in their own sled. Luge Equipment and Costs The equipment used in luge is very similar from athlete to athlete, but it is also very “ customized” for each athlete to ensure proper fit and optimum performance. Q: What equipment is a luge athlete required to wear? A: Technically speaking, the only piece of equipment that an athlete is required to wear, according to the international rules, is a helmet. There are several other pieces of equipment that sliders wear during training and competition that must meet a specified set of criteria, but nothing else is actually stipulated in the rules as “required”. Q: Where can I get a sled? A: Luge sleds are very specialized pieces of equipment. There are only a precious few manufacturers around the world that sell sleds on the “open” market. Most internationally competitive nations construct their own sleds for use by their National Team athletes, including the United States. In their attempt to gain a competitive advantage over the competition, these sleds generally contain state-of-the-art technology developed by each nation. Of course, these sleds are never available for sale to the general public because of the secretive technology involved. The main source for sleds on the “open market” is a company in Latvia, one of the former Soviet states. As you can imagine, the logistics of purchasing and shipping a sled from there can be cumbersome. Typically, an order for a sled should be submitted to this company in the spring in preparation for the coming season.