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refrigerant compressor oil capacities in fluid oz. / ml (cc) - MMS

REFRIGERANT COMPRESSOR OIL CAPACITIES IN FLUID OZ. / ML (CC) CAR 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 CONTINENTAL 7/207 CONTOUR 7.5/222 6.6/195 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 7/207 ESCORT 2006 7/207 CROWN VICTORIA 2005 Motorcraft® Electric A/C Compressor Oil YN-32 7/207 COUGAR 2004 Motorcraft® PAG Refrigerant Compressor Oil YN-12-D 7/207 FIESTA 3.4/101 FIVE HUNDRED 7/207 FOCUS 7/207 4/118 5.1/150 FOCUS BEV (BATTERY ELECTRIC) 4.7/139 FUSION 6/177 FUSION HEV (HYBRID) GRAND MARQUIS 4.4/130 7.5/222 7/207 GT 10/296 LS MARK VIII 7/207 7/207 MILAN 6/177 MILAN HEV (HYBRID) 4.4/130 MKS 7/207 MKZ 6/177 MKZ HEV (HYBRID) 4.4/130 MONTEGO 7/207 MUSTANG V6 8.6/254 7/207 4/118 MUSTANG V8 8.6/254 7/207 4/118 MYSTIQUE 7/207 SABLE 6.6/195 TAURUS 6.6/195 3.5/104 7/207 7/207 THUNDERBIRD 7/207 TOWN CAR 7.5/222 TRACER (U.S.) 7/207 8/237 7/207 ZEPHYR TRUCK AVIATOR 6/177 1998 1999 2000 2001 BLACKWOOD 2002 2003 14/414 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 9/266 ECONOLINE DIESEL 9/266 ECONOLINE DIESEL w/ AUX 13/384 7/207 ECONOLINE GAS 9/266 8/237 ECONOLINE GAS w/ AUX 13/384 16/473 11/325 EDGE (ALL) ESCAPE ESCAPE HEV (HYBRID) 4/118 7/207 5/148 11/325 4.4/130 4.4/130 (Continued on next page) Version 8 / Published 10/2011 REFRIGERANT COMPRESSOR OIL CAPACITIES IN FLUID OZ. / ML (CC) — Cont’d TRUCK EXCURSION 1998 1999 EXCURSION w/ AUX 2000 2001 9/266 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Motorcraft® PAG Refrigerant Compressor Oil YN-12-D 2010 Motorcraft® Electric A/C Compressor Oil YN-32 2011 2012 14/414 EXPEDITION 9/266 EXPEDITION w/ AUX 14/414 EXPLORER 7/207 9/266 11/325 EXPLORER w/ AUX 14/414 7/207 13/384* 16/473 8.8/260 EXPLORER w/ AUX (4 CYLINDER) 6.8/201 EXPLORER SPORT 9/266 EXPLORER SPORT TRAC 9/266 9/266 FLEX 11/325 FREESTAR FREESTAR w/ AUX 9.5/281 10/296 12/355 FREESTYLE 7/207 FREESTYLE w/ AUX F-SERIES < 8500 GVW (LESS 6.2L) 9/266 9/266 8/237** 8/237 6/177 3.4/101 F-SERIES < 8500 GVW (WITH 6.2L) 6/177 F-SERIES > 8500 GVW GAS 11/325 9/266 F-SERIES > 8500 GVW DIESEL 11/325 9/266 F-SERIES F650-F750 4.1/121 3.4/101 9/266 10.1/299 LCF 9/266 MARK LT 8/237 MKX 7/207 4/118 MKT 9.5/281 MARINER 7/207 MARINER HEV (HYBRID) 11/325 MONTEREY 4.4/130 10/296 MONTEREY w/ AUX MOUNTAINEER 5/148 12/355 9/266 MOUNTAINEER w/ AUX 13/384 NAVIGATOR NAVIGATOR w/ AUX 14/414 RANGER 16/473 9/266 9/266 11/325 14/414 7/207 TAURUS X 7/207 TAURUS X w/ AUX 9.5/281 TRANSIT CONNECT (GAS) VILLAGER 6.1/180 7/207 VILLAGER w/ AUX 10/296 WINDSTAR 10/296 WINDSTAR w/ AUX 11/325 14/414 * Export vehicles require 4/14 - Gulf Coast Consulate (GCC) vehicles require 17/503 ** 2004 F-150 Heritage requires 9/266 Version 8 / Published 10/2011

Jelly Bean Device Porting Walkthrough - The Linux Foundation

Feb 18, 2013 ... ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Jelly Bean Device Porting Walkthrough. Bibliographical References. My Android bibles, from my Android mentors:. Jelly Bean Device Porting Walkthrough About Me ANDROID PLATFORM ARCHITECT ALCATEL LUCENT • Expert and Evangelist on Open Source Software. • 9y experience on various multimedia/network embedded devices design. • From low-level BSP integration to global applicative software architecture. PROJECT FOUNDER, LEADER AND/OR CONTRIBUTOR FOR: OPEN SOURCE • OpenBricks • GeeXboX • uShare • MPlayer Embedded Linux cross-build framework. Embedded multimedia HTPC distribution. UPnP A/V and DLNA Media Server. Linux media player application. FORMER LINUX FOUNDATION’S EVENTS SPEAKER LINUX FOUNDATION CONFERENCES • ELC • ELC-E • ELC-E • ABS • ELC-E 2010 2010 2011 2012 2012 GeeXboX Enna: Embedded Media Center State of Multimedia in 2010 Embedded Linux Devices Linux Optimization Techniques: How Not to Be Slow ? Android Device Porting Walkthrough Dive Into Android Networking: Adding Ethernet Connectivity...

Type 1 Diabetic Drivers With and Without a History ... - Diabetes Care

OBJECTIVE — Collisions are more common among drivers with type 1 diabetes than among their nondiabetic spouses. This increased risk appears to be attributable to a subgroup of drivers with type 1 diabetes. The hypothesis tested is that this vulnerable subgroup is more at risk for hypoglycemia and its disruptive effects on driving. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS — Thirty-eight drivers with type 1 diabetes, 16 with (ϩhistory) and 22 without (Ϫhistory) a recent history of recurrent hypoglycemia-related driving mishaps, drove a virtual reality driving simulator and watched a videotape of someone driving a simulator for 30-min periods. Driving and video testing occurred in a double-blind, randomized, crossover manner during euglycemia (5.5 mmol/l) and progressive hypoglycemia (3.9 –2.5 mmol/l). Examiners were blind to which subjects were ϩ/Ϫhistory, whereas subjects were blind to their blood glucose levels and targets. RESULTS — During euglycemia, ϩhistory participants reported more autonomic and neuroglycopenic symptoms (P Յ 0.01) and tended to require more dextrose infusion to maintain euglycemia with the same insulin infusion (P Ͻ 0.09). During progressive hypoglycemia, these subjects demonstrated less epinephrine release (P ϭ 0.02) and greater driving impairments (P ϭ 0.03). CONCLUSIONS — Findings support the speculation that there is a subgroup of type 1 diabetic drivers more vulnerable to experiencing hypoglycemia-related driving mishaps. This increased vulnerability may be due to more symptom “noise” (more symptoms during euglycemia), making it harder to detect hypoglycemia while driving; possibly greater carbohydrate utilization, rendering them more vulnerable to experiencing hypoglycemia; less hormonal counterregulation, leading to more profound hypoglycemia; and more neuroglycopenia, rendering them more vulnerable to impaired driving. Diabetes Care 33:2430–2435, 2010

Asia Pacific Nuclear Medicine Market by 2017

The Asia-Pacific Nuclear Medicine/Radiopharmaceuticals & Stable Isotopes Market have been segmented according to the type of isotope, and applications. Both these markets are broken down into segments and sub-segments, providing exhaustive value analysis for the years 2010, 2011, 2012, and forecast to 2017.

P-T R-134a
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Saturation Pressure-Temperature Data for R-134a (psig)* Temp. Pressure Temp. (°F) (°C) (psig) -49 18.4 -45.0 -48 18.0 -44.4 -47 17.6 -43.9 -46 17.3 -43.3 -45 16.9 -42.8 -44 16.5 -42.2 -43 16.1 -41.7 -42 15.7 -41.1 -41 15.2 -40.6 -40 14.8 -40.0 -39 14.4 -39.4 -38 13.9 -38.9 -37 13.4 -38.3 13.0 -37.8 -36 12.5 -37.2 -35 -34 12.0 -36.7 -33 11.4 -36.1 10.9 -35.6 -32 -31 10.4 -35.0 9.8 -34.4 -30 -29 9.3 -33.9 8.7 -33.3 -28 -27 8.1 -32.8 -26 7.5 -32.2 -25 6.9 -31.7 -24 6.3 -31.1 5.7 -30.6 -23 5.0 -30.0 -22 -21 4.3 -29.4 3.7 -28.9 -20 -19 3.0 -28.3 -18 2.3 -27.8 1.5 -27.2 -17 -16 0.8 -26.7 -15 0.1 -26.1 -14 0.4 -25.6 -13 0.7 -25.0 -12 1.1 -24.4 -11 1.5 -23.9 -10 1.9 -23.3 -9 2.4 -22.8 -8 2.8 -22.2 -7 3.2 -21.7 -6 3.6 -21.1 -5 4.1 -20.6 -4 4.6 -20.0 -3 5.0 -19.4 -2 5.5 -18.9 -1 6.0 -18.3 0 6.5 -17.8 Temp. Pressure Temp. (°F) (°C) (psig) 1 7.0 -17.2 2 7.5 -16.7 3 8.0 -16.1 4 8.5 -15.6 5 9.1 -15.0 6 9.6 -14.4 7 10.2 -13.9 8 10.8 -13.3 9 11.3 -12.8 10 11.9 -12.2 11 12.5 -11.7 12 13.1 -11.1 13 13.8 -10.6 14 14.4 -10.0 15 15.0 -9.4 16 15.7 -8.9 17 16.4 -8.3 18 17.0 -7.8 19 17.7 -7.2 20 18.4 -6.7 21 19.1 -6.1 22 19.9 -5.6 23 20.6 -5.0 24 21.3 -4.4 25 22.1 -3.9 26 22.9 -3.3 27 23.7 -2.8 28 24.5 -2.2 29 25.3 -1.7 30 26.1 -1.1 31 26.9 -0.6 32 27.8 0.0 33 28.6 0.6 34 29.5 1.1 35 30.4 1.7 36 31.3 2.2 37 32.2 2.8 38 33.1 3.3 39 34.1 3.9 40 35.0 4.4 41 36.0 5.0 42 37.0 5.6 43 38.0 6.1 44 39.0 6.7 45 40.1 7.2 46 41.1 7.8 47 42.2 8.3 48 43.2 8.9 49 44.3 9.4 50 45.4 10.0 Temp. Pressure Temp. (°F) (°C) (psig) 51 46.6 10.6 52 47.7 11.1 53 48.9 11.7 54 50.0 12.2 55 51.2 12.8 56 52.4 13.3 57 53.6 13.9 58 54.9 14.4 59 56.1 15.0 60 57.4 15.6 61 58.7 16.1 62 60.0 16.7 63 61.3 17.2 64 62.7 17.8 65 64.0 18.3 66 65.4 18.9 67 66.8 19.4 68 68.2 20.0 69 69.7 20.6 70 71.1 21.1 71 72.6 21.7 72 74.1 22.2 73 75.6 22.8 74 77.1 23.3 75 78.7 23.9 76 80.2 24.4 77 81.8 25.0 78 83.4 25.6 79 85.0 26.1 80 86.7 26.7 81 88.4 27.2 82 90.0 27.8 83 91.8 28.3 84 93.5 28.9 85 95.2 29.4 86 97.0 30.0 87 98.8 30.6 88 100.6 31.1 89 102.5 31.7 90 104.3 32.2 91 106.2 32.8 92 108.1 33.3 93 110.0 33.9 94 112.0 34.4 95 114.0 35.0 96 115.9 35.6 97 118.0 36.1 98 120.0 36.7 99 122.1 37.2 100 124.2 37.8 *Red Italics Indicate Inches of Mercury Below Atmospheric Pressure This data was generated using the NIST REFPROP Database (Lemmon, E.W., Huber, M.L., McLinden, M.O. NIST Standard Reference Database 23: Reference Fluid Thermodynamic and Transport Properties-REFPROP, Version 9.0, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Standard Reference Data Program, Gaithersburg, 2010)...

Excellence in Asia Travel Retail - Pernod Ricard

Excellence in Asia Travel Retail 28 May 2013 Agenda - Showcase - Value Engine - Chinese Travellers - Pernod Ricard Asia Travel Retail 2 Travel retail showcase 3 Agenda - Showcase - Value Engine - Chinese Travellers - Pernod Ricard Asia Travel Retail 4 Value engine Asia Pacific - the largest and fastest growing TR region globally Travel Retail Value 2010-16 (Billion USD) 76.0 1 7 Africa Middle East Americas Europe Asia Pacific 39.0 1 3 9 13 10% 22 8% 15% 16 14 2010 Source: Generation Research (2012 – provisional data) 11 16 30 49.4 1 4 CAGR 10-16 9% 14% 19 2012 2016 5

Navisworks 2010 Getting Started Guide

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Navisworks 2011 - Supported Formats and Applications

Autodesk Navisworks 2011 Solutions This document details support provided by the current release of Autodesk Navisworks 2011 solutions (including Autodesk Navisworks Simulate and Autodesk Navisworks Manage) for:  CAD file formats.  Laser scan formats.  CAD applications.  Scheduling software. NOTE: When referring to Navisworks or Autodesk Navisworks 2011 solutions in this document this does NOT include Autodesk Navisworks Freedom 2011, which only reads NWD or 3D DWF files. Product release version: 2011 Document version: 1.0 February 2010 © 2010 Autodesk, Inc. All rights reserved. Except as otherwise permitted by Autodesk, Inc., this publication, or parts thereof, may not be reproduced in any form, by any method, for any purpose. Autodesk, AutoCAD, Civil 3D, DWF, DWG, DXF, Inventor, Maya, Navisworks, Revit, and 3ds Max are registered trademarks or trademarks of Autodesk, Inc., in the USA and other countries. All other brand names, product names, or trademarks belong to their respective holders. Autodesk reserves the right to alter product offerings and specifications at any time without notice, and is not responsible for typographical or graphical errors that may appear in this document.

Datasheet
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Pin Assignments The ZXRE4041 is a bandgap circuit designed to achieve a precision micropower voltage reference of 1.225 volts. The device is available in the small outline SOT23 surface mount package which is ideal for applications where space saving is important. SOT23 tolerance is available to 0.5% C grade for precision applications. Excellent performance is maintained over the 30 A to 12mA operating current range with a typical temperature coefficient of only 20ppm/°C. The device has been designed to be highly tolerant of capacitive loads so maintaining excellent stability. (Top view) Pin 1 floating or connected to pin 2 This device offers a SOT23 pin for pin compatible alternative to LM4041 voltage references. Features • High performance alternative to LM4041 • Small outline SOT23 • Schematic Diagram 30μA knee current • 20ppm/°C typical temperature coefficient • • • Unconditionally stable 0.5%, 1%, and 2% tolerance Green molding compound (No Br, Sb) Applications • Battery powered equipment • Precision power supplies • Portable instrumentation • • • • • Portable communication devices Notebook and palm top computers Data acquisition systems A/D and D/A converters Test equipment ZXRE4041 Document number: DS32169 Rev. 6 - 2 Application Circuit 1 of 5 www.diodes.com May 2010 © Diodes Incorporated A Product Line of Diodes Incorporated ZXRE4041 Absolute Maximum Ratings (Voltages to GND Unless Otherwise Stated) Parameter Reverse Current Forward Current Operating Temperature Storage Temperature Power Dissipation (TAMB = 25°C)

Al-Qaeda at the Crossroads: How the terror group is ... - ICSR

There is a perception in some quarters that the terrorist threat to this country [Great Britain] has evaporated. Bin Laden is dead, Al Qaida’s senior leadership in Pakistan is under serious pressure and there hasn’t been a major attack here for seven years. That is all true. But we need to look more closely at what has actually been going on. Jonathan Evans, Director-General of the Security Service, Address at the Lord Mayor’s Annual Defence and Security Lecture, Mansion House, City of London, 25 June 2012 T he future of al-Qaeda is in the balance. The killing of Osama Bin Laden may have been the pivotal point at which the group’s troubles became evident, but it was not the cause of the problems from which it now suffers. Instead, it has been engulfed by a series of far greater challenges, including the decimation of its leadership corps and the Arab Spring. This paper explores the debate about where al-Qaeda now finds itself and its possible future trajectory. Over the last two years, the United States has successfully targeted and killed a number of key al-Qaeda leaders through drone strikes. The effect has been arresting. Among the first high-profile targets was Mustafa abu al-Yazid, an Egyptian al-Qaeda operative largely credited with managing the group’s relationship with the Taliban. He was killed in May 2010 in Pakistan, emboldening the American administration’s view of the utility of drones. About ten core leaders have been subsequently killed, including Atiyah Abd al-Rahman, Abu Hafs al-Shahri, Samir Khan, Anwar al-Awlaki, and Abu Yahya al-Libi. The loss of these leaders – often in quick succession – has placed the group at a crossroads. Will it endure? Can it survive? And, if so, how?

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