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What is Hypnosis? There are many varied definitions of Hypnosis and the "Trance State", basically it is a mental state that is different to the one normally experienced. It is a state where attention is turned inwards and in which conscious awareness of the 'real' world changes. It is in this state, with the conscious awareness distracted, that the deeper levels of the mind can be accessed and motivated to change in a way that is perfectly natural.
Headset Overview Your Turtle Beach XP SEVEN headset is compatible with Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and PC or Mac gaming platforms. You can enjoy gaming at home, at tournaments, and on the go with portable game systems and mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. Features include: · rogrammable presets that change your sound environment and allow you to hear sound cues you’d normally miss. P The Advanced Sound Editor tool to download, manage or create presets for your headset can be downloaded at: Turtlebeach.com/community/preset-community · he XP SEVEN uses Dolby® Digital surround processing technology – the industry-standard format for encoding multiT channel game audio. Dolby Digital processing recreates 5.1 channel surround sound using the XP SEVEN headset so you can hear the sound all around you, as if you were listening to a 5.1 speaker system. · djustable surround sound angles for the optimum surround sound experience A · uxiliary line input for use with a digital music player or mobile phone. A · he Audio Control Unit (ACU) is fully compatible with the Turtle Beach TM1 Tournament Mixer facilitating multiple T player communication. · urable 4-pole, 3.5mm breakaway cable connects to the Control Unit, portable game systems and mobile devices for D great sound across all your gaming and digital media.
GM ServiceInsights Online More Genuine GM Parts resources and links. Download this issue and past issues of GM ServiceInsights magazine at... www.gmserviceinsights.com GM ServiceInsights Headquarters 2604 N.E. Industrial Dr., #230 N. Kansas City, MO 64117 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Compliments of your GM dealer. We invite your input and suggestions. Please address letters to the editor to the above address. Letters submitted imply the right to edit and publish. Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information in the offers contained in this magazine. However, printing and typographical errors may occur. These are not intentional and are not the responsibility of GM, any dealer or the companies or individuals who We Support Voluntary Certification create, produce and distribute this magazine. Offers and pricing may change at any time without prior National Institute for notiﬁcation. The descriptions and speciﬁcations in this AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE EXCELLENCE publication were in effect at the time of approval for www.ase.com printing. General Motors reserves the right to change speciﬁcations without notice and without obligation. Published letters do not necessarily reﬂect the opinions of General Motors or General Motors Parts. General Motors, Detroit, MI 48202. © 2013 General Motors • All rights reserved.
New ideas that can beneﬁt how your shop operates and proﬁts. GM RepairInsights Online More Genuine GM Parts resources and links. Download this issue and past issues of GM RepairInsights magazine at... www.gmrepairinsights.com GM RepairInsights Headquarters 2604 N.E. Industrial Dr., #230 N. Kansas City, MO 64117 Email: email@example.com Compliments of your GM dealer. We invite your input and suggestions. Please address letters to the editor to the above address. Letters submitted imply the right to edit and publish. Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information in the offers contained in this magazine. However, printing and typographical errors may occur. These are not intentional and are not the responsibility of GM, any dealer or the companies or individuals who create, produce and distribute this magazine. Offers and pricing may change at any time without prior notiﬁcation. The descriptions and speciﬁcations in this publication were in effect at the time of approval for printing. General Motors reserves the right to change speciﬁcations without notice and without obligation. Published letters do not necessarily reﬂect the opinions of General Motors or General Motors Parts. General Motors, Detroit, MI 48202. © 2013 General Motors • All rights reserved.
DuPont™ Vespel® CR-6100 APPLICATION AND INSTALLATION GUIDE FOR CENTRIFUGAL PUMP STATIONARY WEAR PARTS Fluid processing industries have embraced the use of composite materials in pumps to reduce vibration, increase mechanical seal life and MTBR (mean time between repair), reduce the risk of seizure, increase efficiency, and reduce repair costs. API 610, 10th Edition (ISO standard 13709), the latest centrifugal pump standard from the American Petroleum Institute (API), recognizes the use of composites to achieve these benefits. The function of wear rings Wear rings are installed with close radial clearances and separate rotating and stationary, higher and lower-pressure sections of a pump. When shaft deflection occurs due to off-design operation, Background wear rings can experience contact. Historically, wear rings have The CR-6100 grade of DuPont Vespel parts and shapes is a been made from metal, which can gall and seize the pump composite material consisting of carbon fibers held in a Teflon® under contacting or run-dry conditions, resulting in abrupt, high- fluorocarbon resin matrix (PFA/CF Reinforced Composite, energy pump failure. With metal wear rings, design clearance 20 wt% random x-y oriented carbon-fiber). Vespel® CR-6100 has is increased to prevent failure, which has a negative effect on been installed in thousands of pumps in refineries, chemical efficiency, suction conditions, and overall pump vibration. Vespel® plants, power plants, and other fluid processing facilities since CR-6100 can be installed with reduced clearances, without 1996. It has replaced metal and other composite materials used increasing the risk of seizure while improving pump performance.
When to use a Positive Displacement Pump When to use a centrifugal or a Positive Displacement pump (“PD Pump”) is not always a clear choice. To make a good choice between these pump types it is important to understand that these two types of pumps behave very differently. Performance Flow rate versus pressure 250 Head Feet By looking at the performance chart to the right you can see just how different these pumps are. The centrifugal has varying flow depending on pressure or head, whereas the PD pump has more or less constant flow regardless of pressure. 200 150 Positive 100 Centrifugal 50 0 0 50 100 150 Capacity GPM Flow rate versus viscosity Percent Another major difference between the pump types is the effect viscosity has on the capacity of the pump. You will notice in the flow rate chart how the centrifugal pump Flow Rate loses flow as the viscosity goes up but the PD pump’s flow actually increases. This is because 100% the higher viscosity liquids fill the clearances of 90% the pump causing a higher volumetric 80% efficiency. Remember, this chart shows only the Positive 70% effect of viscosity on the pump flow; when there Centrifugal 60% is a viscosity change there is also greater line 50% loss in the system. This means you will also 40% have to calculate the change in pump flow from 0 100 200 300 400 500 the first chart for this pressure change. Viscosity cSt...
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TIME OF COMPLIANCE: At overhaul and as engine conditions require. Fuel nozzles can become clogged with a type of varnish from old fuel or from precipitate particles that are almost invisible to the naked eye. This condition may be indicated by rough engine operation, uneven idle, a cold cylinder, or an unusually high fuel flow indication on the gauge. Complete the following steps, in the order given, to remove, clean, and replace the fuel nozzles. Cleaning Instructions Step 1. Examine the nozzle lines for damage or wear. If the nozzle lines are worn or damaged, replace the lines by unscrewing the lines from the flow divider. Step 2. Remove the nozzle assembly from the individual fuel lines using a wrench. Step 3. Insert a plug into the open end of each line to prevent dirt, dust, or other contaminants from entering the fuel lines. Step 4. Remove the nozzles from the cylinders and disassemble. CAUTION Never use a sharp tool such as a wire or pin to clean out a nozzle. Damage to the inlet and outlet fuel restrictors could result which would change the fuel flow. Do not immerse packing rings, at any time, into the cleaning fluid. The rings may swell. Step 5. Clean the nozzles using one of the following approved cleaning liquids for the specified length of time: Hoppes No. 9 Gun Cleaning Solvent 5a. Soak the nozzles in Hoppes No. 9 Gun Cleaning Solvent for 20 minutes. 5b. Rinse the nozzles with Stoddard solvent and blow dry with compressed air. OR...
Diesel fuel injectors have always been prone to injector coking. However, the potential for negative impact on engine performance, emissions and fuel consumption is increasing, as injector designs become progressively more sophisticated. For example, the Euro 5 type injectors fitted to the Peugeot DW10 engine have 6 injector holes of size 110 microns, which is around the width of two human hairs. Injector holes for Euro 6 designs are predicted to go down to as little as 80 microns, with as many as 24 holes being used. Also contributing to this trend are other engineering factors such as increasing fuel injection pressures and temperatures. Finally, growing levels of biodiesel blending are also likely to increase coking severity. OEMs will need to know how their equipment behaves with respect to fouling and are keen to understand how different fuels and deposit control additives can control any coking that may occur. The engine used in the CEC injector coking test is a Peugeot DW10 2.0 litre common rail unit with a maximum injection pressure of 1600 bar, fitted with Euro 5 standard fuel injection equipment supplied by Siemens. The test procedure represents a step change in severity compared to the well understood CEC F-23-01 XUD9 method, which is based on a much older indirect injection engine. The method directly measures engine power, which is a function of the level of injector fouling.