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CONTOH FLOW CHART Best of the Best: Racewalking Shoes for Women Male ... Best of the Best: Racewalking Shoes for Women Male racewalkers have it pretty good in the shoe department. There are literally dozens of excellent shoes choices for training and racing. Of course most of these shoes are running racing flats rather than shoes specifically made for racewalking, but the design elements are essentially the same: lightweight, flexible, low-profile shoes with big enough toeboxes to prevent cramped toes during long workouts or races. Outlandish colors seem to be a plus. Unlike men, women haven’t fared quite as well. For many years racing flats were made only for men. The shoe companies marketed their wares as “unisex” sized shoes appropriate for women, but they were sold in men’s sizes. Since racing flats adapt to the shape of the foot better than boxier training shoes, most women could make do with a “unisex” shoe, but wearing a shoe that’s actually designed for your type of foot will ultimately be a better choice for most women. Ah, but times they are a changing! Several companies now make women’s racing flats, and many companies now offer more than just one least-common-denominator racing shoe. Adidas, for example, makes a range of women’s racers to fit all types of feet. Although there are now some great choices out there for women racewalkers, the downside to using running racing flats for day-to-day racewalk training is that they’re designed for runners to wear only once every few weeks to race, so they often don’t last very long. But life-spans do vary considerably. Some flats will last 300 miles or more; some extremely lightweight flats may be shot after a mere 50 miles. Shoes designed for marathons are made with high carbon outsoles that will usually hold up for several hundred miles. There are dozens of shoes that “foot” the bill. But who does it best? For serious racers looking for the lightest and fastest shoes around, the Saucony Grid Type A4, Asics Piranha SP 3 and the Nike Lunar Lite Racer+ are all under 6 ounces and lightning fast. For marathon walkers or 50k specialists looking for more support, the Adidas Adizero Adios, Asics Gel-Hyper Speed 4 and the Mizuno Musha 2 get the edge for lightweight stability. The Best of the Best: Saucony Grid Type A4 The Saucony Grid Type A4 is a top choice in the lightweight, neutral category. The perforated midsole reduces weight and increases air flow and drainage. It is perfect for a fast 5k or 10k, but supportive enough for distances all the way up to the 50k. The Type A4 delivers a responsive ride with an amazing cushioned feel and great flexibility. Saucony has become one of the more popular shoes among female racewalkers recently, and the A4 shows why.

Physician's Statement - Delta
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Notice: All passengers requiring respiratory assistive devices in flight must complete Section 1. The physician must complete Section 2. When all fields are completed, fax this request for medical screening to OxygenToGo® at (877) 329-6994 a minimum of 48 hours (excluding weekends) prior to the scheduled departure of their first flight. OxygenToGo® will contact the passenger to review and give approval to board. OxygenToGo® is open for calls between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, Monday thru Friday. Tanks of any kind are not allowed on board the aircraft. Note: All fields must be completed and, if approved to board, you must bring a copy of this form with you to the airport. Only FAA approved Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC) can be used on board during flight. See the list in Section 2. for a list of FAA approved Portable Oxygen Concentrators. For concentrator rental for Delta, contact OxygenToGo® at 866-692-004. You must complete the OxygenToGo® rental agreement in order to be supplied with oxygen from OxygenToGo®. Call 866-692-0040 - Section 1. General information to be completed by the passenger, family, or medical staff. The total number of batteries that you have or will be supplied:___________ - if left blank, you're not approved to board! (Note: The FAA requires 150% of flight hours in battery hours.) OxygenToGo® rents batteries via next day courier, if needed. Name of passenger using the Portable Oxygen Concentrator (POC): _______________________________________________ Travel Information: Confirmation Number (this will be six (6) digits long) __ __ __ __ __ __ and Flight Number(s) & Date of Travel: Departing Flight #1 _______ Flight #2 _______ Flight #3 _______ Flight #4 _______ Date of departure: ____/____/_____(M/D/Y) Returning Flight #1 _______ Flight #2 _______ Flight #3 _______ Flight #4 _______ Date of departure: ____/____/_____(M/D/Y) Passenger’s contact phone number (including area code/country code):(____) _________________or(____)__________________ Supplier of POC device: Portable Oxygen Concentrator (POC) provided by OxygenToGo® _______ Customer owned or rented Portable Oxygen Concentrator (POC) _______ Name of POC supplier. (Leave all blank if OxygenToGo®): _____________________________ If customer owned check box: Contact person at :______________________________________________ Email (if known):_________________________ City:___________________ State: ____ Zip:_________ Phone: (____) ________________ Section 2. To be completed by the physician. Liter(s) Per Minute (LPM) required assuming a cabin altitude of 8,000 ft:_________LPM(maximum LPM 3 continuous and 5 pulse flow) (Circle One) Pulse flow or Continuous flow. (Definition: Continuous "use" of oxygen is not Continuous "flow" or "dose" oxygen. Call 866-692-0040 to speak to a licensed Respiratory Therapist) Make and model of POC(Portable Oxygen Concentrator): (Circle One) Inogen One (1-5 LPM Pulse only) Inogen One G2 (1-5 LPM Pulse only) SeQual Eclipse Respironics EverGo (1-6 LPM Pulse only) LifeChoice (1-3 LPM Pulse only) Respironics EverGo Delphi RS-0040 (1-5 LPM Pulse only) Invacare XPO2 (1-5 LPM Pulse only) Delphi RS-00400 (EVO Central Air) (1-3 LPM Pulse only) AirSep Lifestyle (1-5 LPM Pulse only) AirSep Freestyle ...

Dual Rate (DR) Vacuum Brake Booster - TRW

The Dual Rate vacuum system is similar to conventional systems in operation. The main difference from the standard booster is that the effective area of the Dual Rate device is divided into two parts. This effects the required area change during actuation. Dual Rate The system design leads to two slope changes in the control area of the characteristic curve (shown in the middle chart at right). This is an advantage, since this gives the driver a progressive pedal feel in an emergency. When loaded to a given point (stress increase in the reaction disc) the outer ring (DR-Sleeve) is displaced relative to the core area of the ratio disc. The start of the relative movement is determined by the pre-load force of the Dual Rate spring. This force can be set to match customer requirements. The first knee point should occur at about 35 to 40 bar of master cylinder pressure. The second knee point occurs when the external pressure area, which is determined by the Dual Rate sleeve, abuts the carrier step of the valve body. This point on the pressure or effective area, originally determined by the ratio disc alone, extends into the external annular area of the valve body (servo area) and becomes virtually an integral part of the vacuum piston. The actual boost ratio of the Dual Rate now takes effect. The characteristic curve remains at this boost ratio right up to the power run-out knee point. The distance between these two points is determined by the gap between the DR-Sleeve and valve body and the rate of the DR-spring. The smaller the gap the lower the spring rate the closer the two knee points. The above description applies to the standard boost curve test, with a pressure build rate of 20 ± 10 bar/s. The properties of the Dual Rate curve can only be fully displayed at this actuation speed. Fast actuation shifts the curve to the right, i.e. pressure lag occurs also in this case. The ratio change is then less noticeable. ...

Hydro-Max™ Hydraulic Brake Booster and Master Cylinder

The Hydro-MaxTM is a hydraulically powered brake booster which provides power assist for applying hydraulic brakes. A booster combined with a master cylinder (refer to Figure 1) forms the hydraulic brake actuation unit. A typical assembly is shown in Figure 1. The booster reduces the pedal effort required to apply the brakes as compared to a non-power system. BRAKE FLUID RESERVOIR FLOW SWITCH INLET PORT PEDAL ROD OUTLET PORT MOUNTING FLANGE MASTER CYLINDER HYDRO-MAXTM BOOSTER SECONDARY OUTLET PORT BACKUP PUMP DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE SWITCH RELAY FLUID LEVEL INDICATOR SWITCH PRIMARY OUTLET PORT Figure 1 Hydro-MaxTM Booster and Master Cylinder Assembly Hydro-MaxTM Booster The hydraulic booster is comprised of an open center valve and reaction feedback mechanism, a power piston, a 12 and 24-volt backup pump and an integral flow switch. It is powered by either the power steering pump or other hydraulic source. The backup pump provides a secondary power source for the hydraulic booster and is controlled by the integral flow switch. Master Cylinder The master cylinder is a split system type with separate fluid chambers, pistons and outlet ports for the front and rear brake circuits. A differential pressure switch, fluid level indicator switch, and remote reservoir are also available. A typical Hydro-MaxTM booster and master cylinder assembly installation in a hydraulic braking system is shown in Figure 2. Hydro-Max Technical Manual...

Price list - HANSA-FLEX
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Hydraulic Fittings Hydraulic Line Tube Stainless Steel Tube Minimess Control Systems H.P. Ball Valves Lockable H.P. Ball Valves Flow Control Valves Check Valves Rotary Couplings Pipe Clamps Bowman Oil Coolers SAE Flanges Plastic Spiral Guard Hydraulic Hose Spir Star Ultra High Pressure Hose Thermoplastic Hose Teflon Smooth And Convoluted Hose Flexible Metallic Hose Hydraulic Hose Fittings Stainless Steel Hose Fittings Quick Couplers Adaptors Accessories Pumps Valves Motors Power Packs Cylinders HYDRAULIC PRODUCT PRICE LIST No24- Effective 1st August 2009 NEW NEW NEW NEW SOUTHERN AFRICA Catalog No. 24 Effective 1st August 2009 Hydraulics For Industry ! Mobile ! Industrial ! Automotive ! Military ! Marine ! Aviation THE COMPLETE PACKAGE JOHANNESBURG 39 Steel Road Spartan PO Box 301, Kempton Park 1620 Tel: 011 394 2966, Fax: 011 975 7213 E-mail: Freefax: 0800 101012 DURBAN 9 Circuit Road, Westmead P.O. Box 15809, Westmead 3608 Tel: 031 700 3211 Fax: 031 700 3270 E-mail: BOTSWANA Plot 9268 Mmadinare Road, Dumela Industrial, Francistown Tel: +267 2416 295 Fax: +267 2416 294 E-mail: PORT ELIZABETH 3-5 Rundle Street, Sidwell PO Box 1505, Port Elizabeth 6000 Tel: 041 453 1911 Fax: 041 453 1932 E-mail: MIDDELBURG 13 Kilo Street, Unit 12, Middelburg Tel: 013 246 1881 Fax: 013 246 1076 E-mail: CAPE TOWN Cnr President Kruger & Auckland Street, P.O. Box 202, Paarden Eiland 7420 Tel: 021 511 9670 Fax: 021 510 3478 E-mail: Member of South African Fluid Power Association PLEASE NOTE: Any information contained in these pages, technical or otherwise, is supplied by the Company without obligation. Specifications, prices and discounts may be changed at any time at the Company’s discretion and without prior notice. Kindly remember that when you deal with our Company, you are to expect the best service and most courteous reception from our staff. If you have any complaints please phone our managing director, Allan Bartram, immediately. 1 SINCE 1982 AND SINCE 1963 Now a combined strategy in Southern Africa Since 1963 HANSA-FLEX have developed a worldwide network and today operate in 35 different countries globally through over 300 branches, and more than 250 mobile service vehicles. Market leaders in Germany and the preferred supplier to the after market in Europe and around the world Would you like to become a part of our global expansion strategy... Maintain your independence and strengthen your market position Benefit from our global buying power

Flexible Tubing - Total Plastics, Inc.

Total Plastics carries the full line of Tygon® application specific tubing from Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics. See pages 52 and 53 for a Tubing and Market Overview. Call TPI for non-standard or custom sizes. Tygon® B-44-3 Beverage Tubing Tygon® Beverage Tubing is specially formulated for transferring a wide variety of beverages including soft drinks, fruit juices, flavored teas and bottled water. In virtually all cases, Tygon® Beverage Tubing will not affect the taste or odor of product transferred through it, while its excellent non-wetting properties facilitate complete drainage and permit simple flush-cleaning. Many of the unique properties inherent to Tygon® Beverage Tubing also apply to a wide variety of complex applications ranging from fine cosmetic production to the dispensing of water-based printing inks found in the publishing industry. The versatility and proven performance of Tygon® Beverage Tubing have made it today’s most widely specified clear, flexible plastic tubing. • Taste-free and odor-free • Non-wetting surface permits thorough cleaning and complete drainage • Broad chemical resistance to virtually all non-solvent chemicals • Lightweight and flexible for easy, quick installation • Meets FDA, 3-A and NSF 51 criteria. Tygon® B-44-4X Food, Milk & Dairy Tubing Producers of food, milk and dairy products insist upon Tygon® Food, Milk and Dairy Tubing for dependable performance in countless filling, draining, transfer and processing applications. Its smooth, non-porous bore inhibits particle entrapment, promoting a sanitary fluid path by minimizing potential for bacterial growth. It has outstanding resistance to harsh alkaline cleaners and is equally unaffected by commonly used sanitizers. Non-toxic, taste-free and odor-free, Tygon® Food, Milk and Dairy Tubing meets applicable regulatory standards for contact with food products. Complete clarity for positive visual inspection and flow control, it is available in up to a 6” inside diameter, making it a flexible replacement for rigid piping systems. • Smooth, non-porous bore will not trap particulates or promote bacterial growth • Compatible with foods containing a high oil content • Resistant to harsh alkaline cleaners and sanitizers • Excellent alternative to rigid piping systems • Meets FDA, 3-A and NSF 51 criteria Tygon® B-44-4X I.B. Pressure Tubing Tygon® Pressure Tubing’s unique flexibility gets it into service quickly and easily. This means less tubing footage, fittings and labor than required for rigid systems. Reinforced with a tough polyester inner-braid imbedded in the wall, it can handle four times the pressure of non-reinforced tubing. Tygon® Pressure Tubing is compatible with virtually all non-solvent chemicals, meeting the needs of many industries in hundreds of applications where flexibility and higher pressure are required. Its clear wall permits positive flow monitoring and inspection.

Algebra 2/Trigonometry Conversion Chart - Regents Exams

To determine the student’s final examination score, find the student’s total test raw score in the column labeled “Raw Score” and then locate the scale score that corresponds to that raw score. The scale score is the student’s final examination score. Enter this score in the space labeled “Scale Score” on the student’s answer sheet. Schools are not permitted to rescore any of the open-ended questions on this exam after each question has been rated once, regardless of the final exam score. Schools are required to ensure that the raw scores have been added correctly and that the resulting scale score has been determined accurately. Because scale scores corresponding to raw scores in the conversion chart change from one administration to another, it is crucial that for each administration the conversion chart provided for that administration be used to determine the student’s final score. The chart above is usable only for this administration of the Regents Examination in Algebra 2/Trigonometry.

Algebra 2/Trigonometry Conversion Chart - p-12

Regents Examination in Algebra 2/Trigonometry. August 2010. Chart for Converting Total Test Raw Scores to. Final Examination Scores (Scale Scores). To determine the student’s final examination score, find the student’s total test raw score in the column labeled “Raw Score” and then locate the scale score that corresponds to that raw score. The scale score is the student’s final examination score. Enter this score in the space labeled “Scale Score” on the student’s answer sheet. All student answer papers that receive a scale score of 60 through 64 must be scored a second time to ensure the accuracy of the score. For the second scoring, a different committee of teachers may score the student’s paper or the original committee may score the paper, except that no teacher may score the same open-ended questions that he/she scored in the first rating of the paper. Because scale scores corresponding to raw scores in the conversion chart change from one examination to another, it is crucial that for each administration, the conversion chart provided for that administration be used to determine the student’s final score. The chart above is usable only for this administration of the Regents Examination in Algebra 2/Trigonometry.

IMPORTANT - Clutch Masters
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FLYWHEEL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Do not reuse flywheel to crank bolts- Regardless of the bolts to be used they must be checked for proper length (See illustration below). Whether purchasing new OEM, ARP or their equivalent modifying may be necessary. Make sure that the flywheel bolts thread properly into the crankshaft smooth with no binding. If binding is felt, it may be necessary to “chase” the threads with a proper thread chaser. IMPORTANT-CHECK BOLT LENGTH Flywheel Tighten the flywheel bolt into the crankshaft. Note measurement “B”. Because of the complexity of some applications Clutch Masters recommends professional installation. If you are capable follow your factory service manual for removal and installation. If you are using other than OEM fasteners tighten flywheel to crank and pressure plate to flywheel bolts per that manufacturer’s recommendations. It is important not to allow any threadlocker to seep between the flywheel and the crankshaft flange. The following procedure is the correct method: 1. Using torque plate (if supplied) insert and tighten all fasteners evenly in a cross hatch pattern to 20 ft/lb. 2. Removing one fastener at a time apply Loctite® threadlocker or equivalent to the flywheel bolt threads re-install and tighten to 20ft/lb. Continue with the remaining fasteners. 3. Continue to torque all flywheel-to crankshaft bolts to manufacturer’s specifications. FLYWHEEL FASTENER TORQUE GUIDE IMPORTANT: If fasteners are supplied or a non yield to torque fastener is used see the bolt torque chart for specifications. Improper tightening could cause the fasteners to fail. Do not use an impact driver to tighten flywheel-tocrankshaft bolts. Flywheel to Crank Bolt Dia FT/lbs Pressure Plate to Flywheel nm Bolt Dia FT/lbs nm 75 8x1.0 20 27 10X1.0 55 10X1.25 65 88 8x1.25 20 27 12X1.0 87 118 7x1.0 15 20 12X1.25 96 130 5/16-24 20 27 12X1.5 80 108 5/16-18 20 27 If fastener is not listed use OEM torque specifications Call: (909) 877-6800

Clutch Kit Instructions - LC Engineering

Always disconnect negative battery cable prior to doing any major work on your vehicle. When removing your old clutch, note which way the clutch disc was facing (spring pack facing engine or transmission). You will want to install the new disc with the same orientation as the old disc you removed. Before installing your new clutch clean the inner bellhousing area to make sure no debris gets onto the new clutch. Also inspect clutch bar for any damage (cracks, excessive wear etc…). Remove flywheel and either resurface or replace. The flywheel must have a fresh surface for the clutch disc to mate to! Failure to resurface the flywheel can result in shorter clutch life and abnormal wear or vibration. If the flywheel is discolored from excessive heat, you may need to replace it. Install flywheel using a small amount of Loctite on the flywheel bolts. Torque the bolts in a star pattern. See the chart below for proper torque specs. 2RZ/3RZ flywheel bolts can not be re-used! These are a torque-to-yield bolt that are only intended to be torqued down once. New flywheel bolts are available from LC Engineering. Install new pilot bearing in crankshaft. Failure to replace pilot bearing can result in annoying squeal noises when cold. We supply a new pilot bearing in all of our clutch kits. Place clutch disc on flywheel, using the supplied alignment tool to make installation of the transmission easier. For all 20R, 22R, 22RE, 22RET, 2RZ, and 3RZ clutches, the spring side of the clutch disk faces the pressure plate/transmission. For 5VZ V6 clutches, the spring side faces the flywheel. If there is any confusion refer back to which way the stock disc was facing. Install pressure plate onto flywheel, making sure to align the dowel pins in the flywheel with the corresponding holes in the pressure plate. Verifiy that the alignment tool keeps the clutch disk centered in the assembly (do not let the tool just hang on its own, you need to keep it centered as you install the pressure plate. Torque bolts evenly a little at a time in a star pattern. If the pressure plate is not torqued evenly in steps it can cause the plate to warp, this will not be covered under warranty. LC Engineering recommends tightening the pressure plate with hand tools only. Refer to chart below for torque specs. Remove alignment tool. Replace throw-out bearing. The throw-out bearing is held in with two retaining clips that hold it to the clutch fork. Lubricate all moving parts; input shaft, pressure plate “finger” tips, throw out bearing contact surfaces etc… with white lithium grease or Anti-sieze. This will ensure smooth performance and engagement of the clutch. With the new throw out bearing in place, slide the transmission onto the engine, being extremely careful not to let the weight of the transmission hang on the clutch disk. This can cause serious damage to the disk. With the clutch disk properly aligned during installation, the input shaft should not require any force to install. Rocking the transmision or turning the output shaft as you install the tranny may help if it doesn’t go in all the way. DO NOT USE THE BELLHOUSING BOLTS TO DRAW THE TRANSMISSION AND ENGINE TOGETHER! This can result in serious damage, especially to the new clutch or the thrust bearings inside the engine, and should not be necessary if everything is installed and aligned properly. Re-install slave cylinder and other components you may have removed to gain access to the clutch. If needed, bleed clutch hydraulic system according to repair manual. Road test vehicle, avoiding aggressive driving for the first 500-750 miles. Proper break-in procedure is crucial to long service life out of your new clutch.