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Emergency Road Service! With today’s highly complex vehicles, it just makes good sense to know that you’re protected against expensive mechanical repairs. Your dealer sells reliable vehicles, but even the very best vehicles can develop mechanical problems... With Auto Services Company, Inc. Vehicle Protection Plans, you’re protected against those major expenses no matter where you travel in the United States... And there is NO DEDUCTIBLE on covered parts and labor. Take a look at the variety of Protection Plans your dealer is offering with your new purchase. Then, decide if you can afford to be without this protection. Depending on your vehicle, you may choose the plan that best fulfills your needs from 3 Months/3,000 Miles to 96 Months/100,000 Miles. Drivetrain “Plus” Coverage Deluxe Coverage Factory Type Coverage Drivetrain “Plus” Coverage ENGINE Engine parts consisting of: Crankshaft and bearings, oil pump, oil pump pickup/screen and tube, pistons, piston rings, wrist pins, connecting rods and rod bearings, timing gears and chain or belt, timing tensioners/guides, balance shafts, camshaft and camshaft bearings, push rods, rocker arms, rocker arm shaft and hydraulic lifters, intake and exhaust valves, valve springs, cylinder head gaskets. Engine blocks are also covered if mechanical failure was caused by the above-listed parts. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Gears, input and output shafts, bearings, front pump, planetary assembly, sprags, governor assembly, valve body, torque converter, transmission case, overdrive carrier, reaction carrier, center support, parking lock actuator, stator and stator shaft, separator plate, pressure regulator valve, dipstick and filler tube. STANDARD TRANSMISSION Transmission parts consisting of: transmission case if malfunction was caused by the listed parts.
The aim of the contest is to highlight the nature of small-scale fishing and small-scale fishing communities, reflecting the social, cultural and economic importance of this sector to securing viable and sustainable livelihoods. Winning photos will be included in a ‘coffeetable’ photo book, produced as part of the Too Big To Ignore (TBTI) project. The subject Small-scale fishing and fisheries in all dimensions, both natural and human, but making visible the fishing activities itself throughout the value chain. This is to reflect the diversity, beauty and the efforts involved in this activity, and the specificities of fishing communities. Rules and submissions The contest is open to all photographers, professional or amateur, including attendees to the 2nd World Small-Scale Fisheries Congress (2WSFC). Each photographer may submit either a series of five photographs with a thematic nexus, or up to three individual images. The series and/or single photograph, in its entirety, must be original materials taken by the contestant. Formats and image size The photos will be sent in digital format, JPEG files in high resolution with at least 3.500 pixels in their longest side. Global retouching should be minimal (adjust white balance, levels, cropping etc., is allowed), but not any major modification of the original composition. The images will be set to a limit of 20 Mb. each, to be sent by e-mail or similar electronic medium to firstname.lastname@example.org. They may also be sent using links to Dropbox or Google-drive. Scanned photographs or slides of high quality are acceptable. Detailed information on specifications including photo formats, image size, photo identification etc.
El Plan nacional de numeración telefónica, aprobado mediante Real Decreto 2296/2004, de 10 de diciembre, es una adaptación al nuevo marco legal del plan de numeración que entró en vigor en España el 4 de abril de 1998. Se refiere exclusivamente a los números de teléfono y se define como un plan cerrado a 9 cifras, lo que significa que los usuarios llamantes siempre deben marcar las 9 cifras del número completo, independientemente del lugar donde se encuentren. Por ello, no son posibles las marcaciones locales abreviadas, como ocurría años atrás. El Plan adjudica los indicativos a las distintas provincias españolas y atribuye rangos de números a los servicios (por ejemplo, los servicios móviles disponen de los números que comienzan por la cifra 6, mientras que los indicativos provinciales comienzan por las cifras 9 y 8). Dado que una parte de los recursos públicos de numeración están sin atribuir ni adjudicar (aproximadamente el 50 %), el Plan se configura como un sistema flexible que permite la apertura de nuevos rangos por la Secretaría de Estado de Telecomunicaciones y para la Sociedad de la Información en función de las necesidades existentes en cada momento. Por su parte, la Comisión del Mercado de las Telecomunicaciones asigna los números del Plan a los operadores siguiendo el procedimiento establecido en el Capítulo V del Titulo IV del Reglamento sobre mercados de comunicaciones electrónicas, acceso a las redes y numeración, aprobado por Real Decreto 2296/2004, de 10 de diciembre.
RV0xx Series Routers RV042 Dual WAN VPN Router RV042G Gigabit Dual WAN VPN Router RV082 Dual WAN VPN Router RV016 Multi-WAN VPN Router Package Contents • VPN Router • Power Adapter (Cisco RV042 and RV042G) or AC Power Cable (Cisco RV082 and RV016) • RJ45 Ethernet Cable • Rack Mounting Kit (Cisco RV016 and RV082 only) • Quick Start Guide • Product CD Welcome Thank you for choosing a RV0xx Series Router. These routers provide advanced connection-sharing for your small business, and allow your remote workers to securely access your on-site network resources. This guide helps you to install your router and to get started using the webbased configuration utility. 1 RV0xx Series Router Features Cisco RV0xx Series dual WAN and multi-WAN VPN routers offer highly secure, high-performance, reliable connectivity. All of these routers can support a second Internet connection to ensure continuous connectivity or to increase available bandwidth and balance traffic. Three models are available. A comparison is provided below. Model LAN Ports RV042 and RV042G RV082 RV016 4 8 8-13 WAN/DMZ Ports 2 2 2-7 Internet 1 DMZ NOTE RV042, RV042G, and RV082 have one dedicated Internet port and a DMZ/Internet port. RV016 has two dedicated Internet ports, one dedicated DMZ port, and five dual-function ports that can be configured as LAN or Internet ports. RV042 and RV042G Ports 2 3 4 Internet DMZ/Internet 278823 1 2 RV0xx Series Routers Quick Start Guide RV042 and RV042G Status Lights System DIAG Internet DMZ/ DMZMode Internet 1 2 3 4 278822 Cisco Small Business RV042 RV082 Ports and Status Lights Internet System DMZ Internet 1 3 6 7 2 3 4 Cisco Small Business RV082 DMZ/Internet ...
E-Brake Kit Installation Guide Champion Trikes E-Brake Kit Installation Guide For Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Independent Suspension Champion Motorcycle Accessories International, Inc. Dba Champion Sidecars 11841 Monarch Street, CA 92841 (800) 875-0949 (714) 847-0949 Fax (714) 847-1539 www.championtrikes.com Installation Guide By: Kurt Larson and Yasuo Okinishi 1 of 6 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 E-Brake Kit Installation Guide Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Independent Suspension Trike Kit Contents DESCRIPTION CALIPER BRACKET, LHS CALIPER BRACKET, RHS E-BRAKE CALIPER LHS E-BRAKE CALIPER RHS 1/4 - 28 THREADED CLEVIS, 1/4” PIN AND SAFETY PIN CABLE, BALANCE BAR TO LHS CALIPER, 33.5” L CABLE, BALANCE BAR TO RHS CALIPER, 47.5” L CABLE, BALANCE BAR TO HAND LEVER, 36.3” L BALANCE BAR E-BRAKE JUNCTION BRACKET MOUNT, E-BRAKE LEVER, BLK, VULCAN 1700, KAW HAND LEVER, LAY DOWN RATCHET STYLE VINYL BOOT, E-BRAKE LEVER 5/16 x ¾” CLEVIS PIN WITH COTTER PIN M10 x 1.5 x 20 SHCS M10 LOCK WASHER 1/2” USS FLAT WASHER SS M08x1.25x20 SHCS, CLEAR ZINC WASHER, M8, SPLIT LOCK WASHER, M8, FLAT 5/16 – 18 x .75 BHCS SS 5/16” SPLIT LOCK WASHER 1/4 – 20 x 7/8 HHCS 1/4 – 20 NYLOCK NUT 1/4” FLAT WASHER 1/4” ID 1” OD FLAT WASHER E-BRAKE CALIPER RETURN SPRING RUBBER GROMMET, 1-/16” O.D. X 1/2” I.D. ITEM NO. BR-EF0-008 BR-EF0-007 BR-EF0-014 BR-EF0-009 HW-250-042 BR-EF0-013 BR-EF0-012 BR-EF0-011 BR-EF0-010 BR-KV0-001 BR-EF0-006 BR-EF0-018 HW-312-061 HW-M10-023 HW-M10-004 HW-500-023 HW-M08-006 HW-M08-009 HW-M08-010 HW-312-007 HW-312-018 HW-250-010 HW-250-005 HW-250-004 HW-125-003 BR-EF0-017 SE-G00-004
This new edition concentrates on the subject of rocket propulsion, its basic technology, performance, and design rationale. The intent is the same as in previous editions, namely to provide an introduction to the subject, an understanding of basic principles, a description of their key physical mechanisms or designs, and an appreciation of the application of rocket propulsion to flying vehicles. The first five chapters in the book cover background and fundamentals. They give a classification of the various propulsion systems with their key applications, definitions, basic thermodynamics and nozzle theory, flight performance, and the thermochemistry of chemical propellants. The next nine chapters are devoted to chemical propulsion, namely liquid rocket engines and solid rocket motors. We devote almost half of the book to these two, because almost all past, current, and planned future rocket-propelled vehicles use them. Hybrid rocket propulsion, another form of using chemical combustion energy, has a separate chapter. The new longer chapter on electric propulsion has been extensively revised, enlarged, and updated. Chapters 16-18 and 20 apply to all types of propulsion, namely thrust vector control, selection of a rocket propulsion system for specific applications, testing of propulsion systems, and behavior of chemical rocket exhaust plumes. Only a little space is devoted to advanced new concepts, such as nuclear propulsion or solar thermal propulsion, because they have not yet been fully developed, have not yet flown, and may not have wide application. The book attempts to strike a balance between theory, analysis, and practical design or engineering tasks; between propulsion system and nonpropulsion system subjects, which are related (such as testing, flight performance, or...
To nurture toward compassion, to balance toward wholeness, to challenge toward excellence and achievement — these are the goals to which the Waldorf School of Garden City aspires. Based on the insights of Rudolf Steiner and enriched by the diversity of our community, our methods of teaching reflect an understanding of the growing child and acknowledge the spiritual origins of humanity. At A Glance Founded: 1947 Grades: Nursery through Grade 12 Enrollment: 350 Number of Faculty and Staff: 86 Number of Graduates: 1,037 Garden City Campus: 10-acres Extension Campus: 250-acres at Camp Glen Brook in ON THE COVER: As part of their studies in American History and Civics, Waldorf's 8th grade class went on a 3-day trip to Washington D.C. and met with Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy (top row, second from right.) Photo courtesy of Rep. McCarthy's Office. Marlborough, New Hampshire Accredited by: The Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA) and the New York State Association of Independent Schools (NYSAIS) The Waldorf Magazine is published annually by the Waldorf School of Garden City for nearly 3,000 alumni, parents and friends around the world. The Waldorf Magazine welcomes reader observations and letters: call (516) 742-3434 ext. 311, fax (516) 742-3457 or email email@example.com
Controlling Falls on Stairways Highlights: • Design, lighting and visibility deficiencies can cause falls as well as inattention • Riser and tread design considerations • Stairway visibility • Stair rails and handrails • One to three-step stairways: falling into thin air Slip, trips, stumbles and falls from stairways, including one to three step stairways, can be attributed to any combination of deficiencies in design, lighting, visibility and attention. Falls from stairs and serious injury are mostly attributed to missteps during stair descent: • Understep: where the heel strikes the riser resulting in a forward stumble. • Overstep: where the ball of the foot rolls off the tread nosing resulting in loss of balance and forward stumble. • Air step: where the foot misses the tread all together resulting in a forward stumble. Research has shown there are three times more injuries from stair descent than ascent.1 The presence of handrails and their design is critical to aborting a fall should a misstep occur, and to avoiding serious injury. This reference note will provide a summary of recommendations for safe stairway design, including: riser and tread design; stair rail and handrail design; lighting; visibility; and maintenance and use. Riser and Tread Design Trips and falls during stairway ascent are often attributed to variation in riser (vertical surfaces) height. Most building codes require risers not to vary more than 3/8 inch between the tallest and shortest riser within a given flight of stairs. The NFPA 101 Life Safety Code prohibits an excess of 3/16 inch from tread to tread. Research has shown that during stairway use pedestrians view only the first and last three steps when negotiating a given flight, with the rest of the stairway negotiated without looking. Therefore, design of the top three and bottom three steps is very important. 2 ©2012 Liberty Mutual Insurance, 175 Berkeley Street, Boston, MA 02116, LPRN 5158 LMAU
The commander returned to Southend on 12 January 2009 to conduct the post-maintenance check flight 1 AAIB Bulletin: 9/2010 G-EZJK and the customer demonstration flight. EW/C2009/01/02 Before the Before the manual reversion check began, the flight he discussed with the crew chief from the individual hydraulic systems were isolated in turn maintenance provider the work that had been carried by placing the FLT CONTROL switches A and B to the out. He recalled being told that an adjustment had OFF been made to the elevator balance tab setting and was enabling the flight controls to be checked for normal given extracts from the Aircraft Maintenance Manual operation on a single hydraulic system. (AMM) to assist him in conducting an in-flight elevator was confirmed as satisfactory on both systems. The power-off test and to identify any asymmetrical commander then released the controls and the co-pilot flight control forces; both were required as part of selected both flt control switches (a and b) to the the maintenance procedures. off Prior to departure he position individually and reinstating each in turn Operation position, removing all hydraulic assistance from checked the aircraft’s technical log and confirmed that the primary flight controls. As he did so the aircraft arrangements had been made with ATC for the flight to pitched rapidly nose-down. The commander pulled be conducted in the East Anglia Military Training Area back on the control column with considerable force but (MTA). The commander and co-pilot, a first officer was unable to prevent the aircraft from maintaining a from the operator, were accompanied on the flight by nose-down pitch attitude of 2.8° and descending at up to two observers representing the aircraft owner and the 3,100 ft/min. The commander decided to abandon the airline due to take delivery of the aircraft. No problems check and reinstate the hydraulics. However, he did not were identified during the pre-flight preparation and the wish to re-engage them immediately as he stated that aircraft departed at 1400 hrs with the commander as the he had been trained that, should the aircraft pitch up or handling pilot. down uncontrollably during a manual reversion check, the aircraft should be rolled to unload the pressure The commander climbed the aircraft to FL410, on the elevators and the controls released before the conducted a series of checks and, after about 45 minutes, hydraulics are reinstated.
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