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This report present an assessment of wind energy potential of Yola town, the Adamawa State capital based on the Weibull Model using 15yaers mean monthly wind speeds covering (1986-2000) taken at height of 10m. Power densities were found to range from 0.594Wm-2 in November to 2.802Wm-2 in April and energy density was found to range from 0.442kWhm-2 to 2.082kWhm-2. Principles of extrapolation were applied at a height of 30m using roughness of 0.214. Power and energy densities at this height, were found to range from 1.203Wm-2 to 5.672Wm-2 and 0.894kWhm-2 to 4.215kWhm-2 respectively. Weibull’s distribution parameters k, c and Г functions were also computed and their average values were 2.537, 1.408ms-1 and 0.634 respectively. The Assessment reveals that Yola is not a good zone for generation of electrical energy from wind. However, it can be suitable for wind mills for water pumping and grinding or milling pulses and grains. http://www.scirj.org/january-2014-paper.php?rp=P011481
The aim of this research is to understand management behaviour in financial statement representation. Sincerity is the starting point for building the desired behavior as explained in this paper. In Indonesia, research relating to the complicated issue of financial statements—and the representation of these (including their reporting)—is seldom addressed. Therefore, this particular research has been completed in-country (Indonesia) with the focus being made on the Synod of the Protestant Christian Church in Bali (GKPB). http://www.scirj.org/january-2014-paper.php?rp=P011483
The importance of organizational resources and capabilities are realized by business practitioners and researchers as they support organizational performance and competitive advantage. However, what exactly core competence is not clearly understood since terms such as resource, capability and competence are used interchangeably by researchers. From this point forth, this article provides a framework for seperating organization's core competencies from resource and capability. According to the research and analysis framework, the first step is to explain the relations and interactions among resource, capability and competence. Second we propose three emprical determiners such as uniqueness, inimitability and extendibility to the research model which Hamel and Prahalad’s suggest to evaluate a capability as core. Third, the proposed core competence framework serves as a tool for assesing the relationship between core competencies and innovation.
On these models the drain formerly located on the driver’s side has been consolidated with the temperature sensor port on the passenger side of the radiator. This passenger side sensor port can now be utilized as both a drain and installation point for the temperature sensor. Before installing the radiator into the vehicle, the supplied O-Ring needs to be assembled to the LONG temperature sensor before being installed into the radiator assembly. Please note if you have a SHORT Temperature Sensor Probe disregard this tech tip and install temperature sensor directly into radiator assembly. (See Figure 1 below for specific temp sensor details)... Locate and remove the temperature sensor / drain plug located next to the outlet connection. Remove Sensor / Drain Plug O-ring and assemble O-ring to long temperature sensor as shown.
2014 NASCAR SPRINT CUP TOYOTA CAMRY SPECIFICATIONS Engine Type Camry Racing V8 Displacement 358 cu. in. Power 850 hp Induction Electronic Fuel Injection Bore 4.185 in. Stroke 3.250 in. Compression Ratio 12.0:1 Engine Design TRD, U.S.A. (Toyota Racing Development) Fuel Sunoco Racing Gasoline, E-15 Fuel Pump TRD, U.S.A. Exhaust TRD, U.S.A. Drivetrain Transmission 4-speed manual w/ reverse Clutch 3-disc Final Drive 9-in. ring-and-pinion Chassis/Body Chassis Steel tube frame with safety roll cage Body Toyota Camry Designer TRD, U.S.A. Spoiler 70-degree angle -more- 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Toyota Camry Specifications Suspension Front Unequal length double wishbones Rear Trailing arms with Panhard rod Shock Absorbers Hydraulic, single adjustable WHEELS AND TIRES Wheels NASCAR Steel 15 in. x 10 in. Tires Goodyear Eagle Brakes Cast-iron disc with multi-piston caliper ADDITIONAL FEATURES Safety 6-point safety belts Window net Fire system in cockpit and trunk areas Side-impact energy-absorbing foam Roof Flaps Hood, trunk, wing and spindle restraints DIMENSIONS Weight 3300 lb. Length 198.25 in. Width 77 in. Height 54.25 in. Wheelbase 110 in. Ground Clearance 3.5 in. Fuel Capacity 18 gal. Page Two
Sep 12, 2012 ... Accelerator pedal for an ETCS-i equipped 2009 Toyota Corolla. 30 .... Throttle body of a 2007 Toyota V6 Camry showing the throttle valve (blue. Pedal Circuit and Operation 4.2.1 Potentiometer based Pedals 4.2.2 Hall Effect sensor based pedals 4.2.3 Characterization Tests... Pedal Circuit Failure Modes 4.6.1 Sensor Failures 4.6.2 Calibration 4.6.3 Electrical Noise 4.6.4 Resistive Faults and Contaminant Intrusion 4.6.5 Power Supply Variations... Multiple Series Resistive Faults Leading to Low Supply Voltage 4.9.1 Low Voltage at Both Supply Terminals at Pedal End 4.9.2 Low Voltage Due to Power Supply Overload ... Throttle Circuit Failure Modes 5.5.1 Sensor Failure Modes 5.5.2 Calibration 5.5.3 Electrical Noise 5.5.4 Resistive Faults 5.5.5 Power Supply Variations 5.5.6 Valve Sticking/Stuck Throttle Valve Condition
Good friends, great coffee, and a hunger for an out of the ordinary, food truck adventure-filled day. Elevate your drive to a whole new level. Left to right: S Plus shown in Blue Crush Metallic with available moonroof, Driver Convenience Package and rear bumper protector; LE Premium shown in Brown Sugar Metallic with available moonroof and Driver Convenience Package; L shown in Classic Silver Metallic; LE Eco Premium shown in Blizzard Pearl with available moonroof and Driver Convenience Package. Let’s break some rules in all the right ways. We’ve reached a turning point, and there’s no looking back. The all-new 2014 Toyota Corolla has been redesigned to leave a striking first impression every time. The all-new chiseled exterior’s sleek curves, matched with standard LED headlights and available 17-in. alloy wheels and rear deck spoiler, are going to get some attention. High-quality materials and plenty of space make the interior as cargo-friendly as it is friend-friendly. With available intuitive technology, Corolla helps keep music, maps and apps within your reach at all times. What’s the plan? It doesn’t matter. We’ll figure it out on the way. Let’s go places.
Bluetooth wireless technology (BT) operates in the unlicensed Industrial, Scientific, Medical (ISM) band in the 2.4GHz frequency range. It randomly uses 79 1Mhz wide channels ranging from 2.402MHz to 2.480MHz. Each channel is occupied for a maximum time slot of 625us. During this time the radio must change the operating frequency, receive or transmit data, and provide enough off time before switching to the next hop frequency. In reality, the time the radio is actually transmitting on a given channel is much less and is dependent on the amount of data being transmitted. WIFI WiFi or 802.11 b/g, also operates in the same ISM band as BT. Due to complicated modulation techniques, 802.11g channels are 20MHz wide while 802.11b channels are 22MHz wide. This means a common WiFi channel can occupy from 20 to 22 BT channels. COURTESY: HTTP://EN.WIKIPEDIA.ORG/ WIKI/IEEE_802.11B-1999 INTERFERENCE For an RF signal to be received by the radios receiver, the RF signal must contain enough energy to be detected by the receiver circuit. The minimum receive level is known as the receivers sensitivity. This is similar to the lowest whisper that a human ear can detect. What if there happens to be two signals present at the same time and both are greater than the receiver’s sensitivity? Which signal will the radio detect? One would think that it would not be able to correctly detect either signal. That would be true if both signals are close to the same power level. If one signal had a higher power level than the other signal by a specific amount, the radio would be able to detect the more powerful signal. This is similar to a human ear being able to clearly understand members at a dinner table while there are many others talking at tables that are further away. The minimum ratio of power level for two signals when a radio can correctly detect the desired signal is known as the carrier/interferer ratio, or C/I. This means that two RF signals can exist on the same frequency at the same time without causing interference if the ratio of their power levels meet the radios C/I specification.
Charge your headset's battery for 2 hours: Your phone's Bluetooth feature is off by default. To use your headset, you must turn on the Bluetooth feature in your phone. For most Motorola phones (at the main menu): 1 Press M (Menu ) > Settings > Connection > 1 Plug the Motorola charger into the end of Bluetooth Link > Setup. the headset. The indicator light turns red when the battery is charging. It may take up to 1 minute for the indicator light to turn on. When the headset's battery is fully charged (about 2 hours), the indicator light turns green. 2 Disconnect the charger. Note: Headset is not functional while charging. Note: This product uses a lithium ion, rechargeable, non-replaceable battery. Under normal use, the expected life of the rechargeable battery is approximately 400 charges. 2 Scroll to Power. 3 Select Change. 4 Scroll to On. 5 Press Select to turn on the Bluetooth feature. The Bluetooth feature remains on until you turn it off. Note: These steps are for most Motorola phones. For other phones, see your phone's user's guide.
Your H560 headset is supplied with multiple earbuds. The earbud is fitted onto the end of your headset’s earpiece speaker, and placed onto your ear when using your headset. To wear your headset, flex the earhook and loop it over your ear as shown. Your headset’s performance is greatly dependent upon achieving a good fit on your ear. Therefore, we recommend trying all the supplied earbuds with your headset. Be sure to position the ear cushion into your ear canal for optimal audio performance and comfort. You can also change the orientation of the volume buttons on your headset. 1 Turn the headset power off. 2 Press and hold the Volume button you top of the earhook up and off speaker stem, as shown. want to assign as the "volume up" button and slide the switch toward the microphone. The indicator light flashes blue three times, then steady blue. When connected, it will flash blue/purple. 2 Flip the headset over. 3 Attach the earhook to Volume Buttons the speaker stem, as shown. Indicator Light European Union Directives Conformance Statement Hereby, Motorola declares that this product is in compliance with: • The essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.