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GAMBAR DIAGRAM BATANG DAN LINGKARAN

Kelas III_SD_IPA_Sularmi.pdf
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Puji syukur penulis sampaikan ke hadirat Tuhan Yang Mahaesa. Oleh karunia dan rahmatNya penyusunan buku Sains Ilmu Pengetahuan Alam, untuk kelas 3 SD dapat penulis selesaikan dengan baik. Penulisan buku ini bertujuan agar para siswa dapat lebih memahami sains sebagai suatu hal yang secara nyata terdapat pada kehidupan sehari-hari. Dalam buku ini memuat berbagai hal yang memenuhi petunjuk pengembangan buku ajar khususnya untuk pelajaran anak SD. Pada setiap bab juga terdapat berbagai bentuk evaluasi sebagai bentuk umpan balik terhadap materi yang disampaikan sebelumnya. Evaluasi berupa soal refleksi, pilihan ganda, isian, dan esai. Untuk memperkaya pengetahuan siswa, juga ditambahkan Wacana Salingtemas. Aspek afektif dan psikomotorik terasah melalui Tugas Proyek Sains. Di akhir setiap bab diberikan rangkuman materi terkait. Selain itu, juga diberikan Latihan Ulangan Umum Semester 1 dan 2. Buku ini juga dilengkapi berbagai ilustrasi dan gambar-gambar. Hal ini dilakukan agar anak-anak lebih tertarik dan mudah mempelajari materi yang disajikan. Bahasa yang digunakan telah disesuaikan dengan kemampuan penguasaan bahasa Indonesia untuk siswa SD. Dengan demikian, diharapkan para siswa lebih mudah mempelajarinya. Mudah-mudahan buku ini dapat dipergunakan dengan baik dan menjadi penunjang belajar anak. Jakarta, Mei 2008 Penyusun

NISSAN ROGUE S & SL, 2WD & AWD 13185 - Curt Manufacturing

GROSS LOAD CAPACITY WHEN USED AS A WEIGHT CARRYING HITCH: 3,500 LBS. TRAILER WEIGHT & 350 LBS. TONGUE WEIGHT. GROSS LOAD CAPACITY WHEN USED AS A WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION HITCH: 4,000 LBS. TRAILER WEIGHT & 400 LBS. TONGUE WEIGHT ***DO NOT EXCEED VEHICLE MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDED TOWING CAPACITY.*** HAVING INSTALLATION QUESTIONS? CALL TECHNICAL SUPPORT AT 1-800-798-0813 Parts List ITEM QTY PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION 1 6 M12-1.25 x 35mm HEX BOLT 2 6 1/2" CONICAL TOOTHED WASHER TOOLS REQUIRED 3/8" DRIVE RACHET 3/8" DRIVE 8" EXTENTION 3/8" DRIVE TORQUE WRENCH 8mm - 3/8" DRIVE SOCKET 18mm - 3/8" DRIVE SOCKET 19mm - 3/8" DRIVE SOCKET PASSENGER SIDE FRAME RAIL 2 DRIVER SIDE FRAME RAIL 1 EXISTING WELDNUTS (BOTH FRAME RAILS) HITCH WEIGHT: 31 LBS. INSTALL TIME PROFESSIONAL: 45 MINUTES NOVICE (DIY): 90 MINUTES INSTALL NOTES: - REMOVE TIE DOWN - LOWER EXHAUST - NO DRILLING INSTALLATION STEPS 1) Remove tow hook from the passenger side frame rail (5 bolts) and return to customer. 2) Remove small screw from heat shield on the passenger side frame rail and return to customer. 3) Lower exhaust for ease of installation. 4) Raise hitch into position and secure with hex bolts and conical washers as shown in the diagram above. 5) Torque all 12mm fasteners to 86 LB-FT. 6) Re-install exhaust removed in step 3. PERIODICALLY CHECK THIS RECEIVER HITCH TO ENSURE THAT ALL FASTENERS ARE TIGHT AND THAT ALL STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS ARE SOUND. Curt Manufacturing Inc., warrants this product to be free of defects in material and/or workmanship at the time of retail purchase by the original purchaser. If the product is found to be defective, Curt Manufacturing Inc., may repair or replace the product, at their option, when the product is returned, prepaid, with proof of purchase. Alteration to, misuse of, or improper installation of...

TRAILER 3 AXLE WIRING DIAGRAM - MGM Brakes

R. METRI-PAK 28. 0. FEMALE 4 PIN. CONNECTO. R. STROKE. 6 - METRI-PAK 150. MALE 3 PIN. CONNECTOR. S. TRAILER. 3 AXLE WIRING DIAGRAM ... DESCRIPTION CHASSIS COMMUNICATION MODULE TANDEM SPRING BRAKE CABLE, TRAILER, ABS BREAKOUT 6 QTY ITEM CABLE, TRAILER ABS T-BREAKOUT W/BRAKE LIGHT & ABS FAIL 8 7 1 6 3. SEE NEXT PAGE FOR ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC AND CONNECTOR PIN OUTS FOR EACH CABLE. 2. SECURE EACH SENSOR CABLE (ITEM 5) TO STRAIN RELIEF BRACKET (ITEM 4) WITH WIRE TIE (ITEM 6) SUPPLIED WITH STROKE ALERT SYSTEM. 1. INSTALL STRAIN RELIEF BRACKET (ITEM 4) BETWEEN MOUNTING NUT AND WASHER ON TOP MOUNTING BOLT OF BRAKE UNIT (ITEMS 2 & 3). 1 EXISTING ABS BLUE LINE EXISTING ABS BLUE LINE STOP LIGHT EXISTING TRAILER WIRING GROUND ABS FAIL HIGH ABS FAIL LOW SYSTEM POWER

Typical RV Electric Brake Wiring Diagram

Typical RV Electric Brake Wiring Diagram Controller Electric brake controller provides power to the magnets to actuate the trailer brakes. Dexter Electric Brakes Wired in parallel. Battery Connect controller directly. Breakaway Battery Provides power to actuate trailer brakes in the event of trailer breakaway. Breakaway Switch Switches battery power to brakes if breakaway occurs. Connector Used to connect and disconnect trailer and tow vehicle. (Always ground trailer brakes through connector). Note: Actual installation will vary depending on controller system used. Hookup Wire Size Copper Recommended Number of Brakes No. 12 AWG No. 12 AWG No. 10 AWG No. 10 AWG No. 8 AWG 2 4 4 6 6 Hitch-to-Axle Distance (in feet) Under 30 30-50 Under 30 30-60 Current Needs @ 3 Amperes/Brake

Technical Data Sheet MOTO GUZZI BREVA 1200 ENGINE Engine ...

Engine Cooling Capacity Bore and stroke Compression ratio Timing Timing diagram Maximum power output Max Torque Fuel supply/ignition Starter Spark plugs Exhaust system Homologation TRANSMISSION Gearbox Gear ratios Lubrication Primary drive Final drive Clutch MOTO GUZZI BREVA 1200 Four‐stroke V 90 twin Air cooled 1,151 cc 95 x 81.2 mm 9.8 : 1 2 valves per cylinder commanded by light alloy cam acting on rocker arm and mechanical tappets Intake valve opening 24 ° before upper TDC. Intake valve closing 52 ° after lower TDC. Exhaust valve opening 54 ° before lower TDC. Exhaust valve closing 22 ° after upper TDC. Over 66 kW (95 CV) at 7,500 rpm Over 100 Nm at 5,800 rpm Multipoint sequential electronic injection, Magneti Marelli IAW 5A phased, alfa‐n system; 2 Ø 45 mm throttle bodies with Weber IWP 162 injectors, Lambda probe and twin spark plugs. Electric Inner NGK PMR8B (Long Life) Outer NGK BPR6ES Stainless steel two‐into‐one 3 way catalysed with Lambda probe and height adjustable silencer. Euro 3 6 speed – constantly engaged cogs with integrated flexible couplings 1st 17/38 = 1 : 2.235 2nd 20/34 = 1 : 1.7 3rd 23/31 = 1 : 1.348 4th 26/29 = 1 : 1.115 5th 31/30 = 1 : 0.968 6th 29/25 = 1 : 0.862 Forced lubrication with lobe pump and pressure regulator Helicoidal gears, ratio 24/35 = 1 : 1.458 Shaft drive, ratio 12/44 = 1 : 3.667 Dry mechanically operated twin plate FRAME Frame Wheelbase Rake Steering angle Front suspension Front wheel travel Rear suspension Steel tubing 1,495 mm 120 mm 25.50° Marzocchi Ø 45 mm adjustable front forks 120 mm Single swingarm with progressive action – single rebound adjustable shock absorber with easy to operate pre‐load setting knob Rear wheel travel 140 mm

The Audi allroad quattro with additional shift stage Self ... - Volkspage

Contents Page allroad quattro Design features/vehicle design ............................................. 4 Engine .....................................................................................11 Gearbox ..................................................................................20 Technical data and dimensions ........................................... 22 Running gear ........................................................................ 24 Bodywork and electronics ................................................... 30 Poor surface measures ......................................................... 32 Power flow in the drive train ............................................... 34 quattro drive .......................................................................... 35 Clutch actuation ................................................................... 36 Additional shift stage System overview ................................................................... Operation ............................................................................... Additional shift stage design construction ........................ Power flow ............................................................................. Electrohydraulic control ...................................................... Diagram of hydraulic system .............................................. Hydraulic regulator ............................................................... Shift positions/shift process ............................................... Error functions ...................................................................... Electronic control ................................................................. Travel sensor system ............................................................ Sensors .................................................................................. CAN information exchange ................................................. Interfaces ............................................................................... ESP in the Audi allroad quattro............................................ Function diagram ..................................................................

Process Modeling Notations and Workflow Patterns - Object ...

The research work of Wil van der Aalst, Arthur ter Hofstede, Bartek Kiepuszewski, and Alistair Barros has resulted in the identification of 21 patterns that describe the behavior of business processes. The rationale for the development of the patterns was to describe the potential capabilities that a workflow server may have during the performance of business processes. The patterns range from very simple to very complex and cover the behaviors that can be captured within most business process models. The researchers have developed a web site1 that contains descriptions and examples of these patterns, plus supporting papers and evaluations of how workflow products support the patterns. The purpose of this paper is to examine how two modeling notations, the BPMN Business Process Diagram from BPMI, and the UML 2.0 Activity Diagram from the OMG, can graphically represent the workflow patterns. For each of pattern, there will be a comparison of the two notations about how well they handled the pattern. The focus of the comparison will be both technical and how visually intuitive each notation represents the pattern.

Balancing it All: Recognizing and treating hypoglycemia

Recognizing and Treating Hypoglycemia The following diagram represents the actions of food, insulin and exercise on blood glucose values. Understanding the effects of these on blood glucose values will help you to learn to think like a pancreas, and balance blood glucose levels. Insulin exercise glucose food hormones Insulin and exercise lower the blood glucose, food raises the blood glucose. Now that you have mastered the diabetes basics: insulin therapy, blood glucose monitoring, and constant carbohydrate diet, you are ready to use these skills to balance the blood glucose levels, just as the pancreas would do. Food Exercise Insulin Balance 80-150 Balancing Hypoglycemia What is Hypoglycemia? Hypoglycemia (also called insulin reaction, or low blood sugar) occurs when the blood glucose falls below 70 mg/dl. Symptoms may also be noticed when there is a rapid decrease in the level of blood glucose, even if not low. Low blood glucose is usually caused by: ♦ missed or delayed meal or snack ♦ excessive activity without an additional snack ♦ too much insulin, or incorrect insulin dose administered What are the signs of an insulin reaction? The early signs of an insulin reaction are caused by adrenaline. Later signs are caused by ‘brain hunger’ as the brain cannot function well without a steady supply of glucose. Signs of Hypoglycemia include: Feeling Faint ‘Drunken” behavior Dizzy laughing Nervous irritability or crying Shaky confused Weak inability to concentrate Pale aggressive Hungry Blurred vision Sweating Stomachache Drowsy Headache Fatigue Nightmares Dilated Pupils Convulsions or seizures Leg cramps Unconsciousness

HW2 Soln
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Given: A pool with 3 m by 4 m cross-section, whith water discharged through a 5-cm diameter orifice at 5 m/s. Water is being pumped into the pool so that the level in the pool is rises by 1.5 cm/min. Find: rate of water being supplied to the pool. Solution: This is a mass-balance problem: [rate of water coming in] – [rate of water going out] = [rate of change in mass]. If we assume that the water is incompressible (the density of water doesn’t change), then you can translate this into conservation of volume. [rate of volume coming in] – [rate of volume going out] = [rate of change in volume]. [rate of volume coming in] = [rate of change in volume] + [rate of volume going out] = [0.015 m/min × 1 min/60 sec × 3 m × 4 m] + [π×0.025² m² × 5 m/s] = 0.003 m³/s + 0.00982 m3/s = 0.0128 m3 /s 4-11 1st Law for Closed System Given: A 20 L radiator filled with superheated vapor at 300 kPa and 250 °C, with both inlet and exit valves closed. The radiator releases heat to the room, and pressure drops to 100 kPa. Find: Amount of heat transferred to the room. Draw the process on P-v diagram. Solution: At initial state, we have superheated vapor at 300 kPa and 250 °C. From Table A-6, we read off: v1 = 0.7964 m3/kg, u1 = 2728.7 kJ/kg. The mass in the radiator can be found by: m = V/v1 = 0.02 m3/0.7964 = 0.02511 kg. At the final state, the volume remains the same, so we have v2 = v1 = 0.7964 m3/kg, and P2 = 100 kPa. At 100 kPa, this falls between vf and vg, so we have a saturated mixture. From Table A-5, we read off vf = 0.001043 m3/kg, vg = 1.6940 m3/kg, uf = 417.36 kJ/kg, and ufg = 2088.7 kJ/kg. x2 = (v2 – vf )/(vg – vf ) = (0.7964 – 0.001043)/(1.6940 – 0.001043) = 0.4698. u2 = uf + x2 ufg = 417.36 + 0.4698(2088.7) = 1397.62 kJ/kg. The amount of heat transfer is calculated from the First Law. Since ∆KE = ∆PE = 0, and 1W2 = 0 (no change in volume), we have:...

TELEPORTER V3 RTF FPV KIT USER MANUAL Revision A 07/13 ...

Contents Product contents ..................................................................................................... 3 Controls Diagram .................................................................................................... 4 Controls ................................................................................................................... 5 Downlink Overview (Camera, TX, Power) ............................................................... 5 Transmitter .......................................................................................................... 6 720p HD Pilot Camera......................................................................................... 6 Power (via discharge filter supply) ....................................................................... 7 AV in/out Port .......................................................................................................... 7 Recording Video .................................................................................................. 7 Using an external receiver: .................................................................................. 7 Battery Charging ..................................................................................................... 7 Accessories ............................................................................................................. 8 Diopter lens ......................................................................................................... 8 SpiroNET Circular Polarized Antenna ................................................................. 8 Specifications .......................................................................................................... 9 Headset Specifications ........................................................................................ 9 Camera Specifications:...................................................................................... 10 Transmitter Specifications: ................................................................................ 10 Downlink Kit....................................................................................................... 10 Operational advice ................................................................................................ 11 Trouble shooting .................................................................................................... 12

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