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Preisübersicht 2014 SolidWorks CAD SolidWorks Simulation SolidWorks Standard € 6.600 3D-CAD mit bidirektionaler Zeichnungserstellung; enthält direkte Modelländerung, erweiterte Oberflächenfunktionen, Blechmodellierung und Abwicklung, Schweiß- u. Formenwerkzeugkonstruktion, Intelligente Teile und Baugruppen, SolidWorks Explorer, MotionManager, SWIFT, SolidWorks SimulationXpress, SolidWorks FloXpress, DFMXpress, DriveWorksXpress, DraftSight, SolidWorks eDrawings. Support SolidWorks Professional SolidWorks Premium € 1.525 € 2.250 € 3.575 € 13.995 Simulation von Flüssigkeits- und Gasströmungen innerhalb von SolidWorks. Support SolidWorks Flow Simulation € 1.995 Produktdatenmanagement-Software für SolidWorks. Support SolidWorks Enterprise PDM € 550 SolidWorks Enterprise PDM Contributor € 1.495 Client für Nicht-CAD-Arbeitsplätze. Support SolidWorks Enterprise PDM Contributor € 450 SolidWorks Enterprise PDM Viewer € 3.495 Beinhaltet 5 Viewer-Lizenzen. Support Enterprise PDM Viewer € 1.165 € 25.800 Serverkomponente der Schnittstelle SolidWorks Enterprise PDM und Ihres ERP-Systems. Nur in Verbindung mit einer Vorbesprechung. Support PDM-ERP-Link Server ERP-Link Client für SolidWorks EPDM Schnittstelle zwischen SolidWorks Enterprise PDM und Ihrem ERP-System. PDM-ERP-Link Server ist erforderlich. Client pro Arbeitsplatz erforderlich. Support PDM-ERP-Link Client Vorbesprechung...
The new SolidWorks Electrical 2D is powerful software that includes all the functionality required for electrical engineers to complete their projects. It allows you to work and collaborate easily on several electrical projects simultaneously, create comprehensive single or multi-line schematic diagrams, generate automatic reports and bills of materials, and even include manufacturing information or instructions. The line drawing planning tool, for example, provides innovative capabilities and can be used at any stage of the development process. With a large library of symbols, it allows designers to create simple yet powerful representations of the electrical wiring that are perfect for project management and reporting. You will also benefit from the extensive database of manufacturer parts that are updated frequently and available within the software. This allows you to search, find, and add the right motor, contactor, or any other electrical component when designing the electrical system. Using simple tools, you can draw and define connections between the components regardless of where they are in the design. In addition, cables or wires can be assigned even at this stage using the cabling window. After adding some terminals and selecting the right cable from the cable repository, you can assign its conductors as connections between electrical components. But, more importantly, it’s also linked automatically to the traditional detailed multi-line diagrams so you don’t have to wire things twice. This helps prevent errors as well as
Executive Overview Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 7 (Java EE 7) offers new features that enhance HTML5 support, increase developer productivity, and further improves how enterprise demands can be met. Java EE 7 developers will write less boilerplate code, have better support for the latest Web applications and frameworks, and gain access to enhanced scalability and richer, simpler functionality. Enterprises will benefit from new features that enable portable batch processing and improved scalability. Introduction Java EE initially evolved as an enterprise application deployment platform that focused on robustness, Web services, and ease of deployment. Continually shaped by feedback through the Java Community Process (JCP), Java EE represents a universal standard in enterprise IT, facilitating the development, deployment, and management of multi-tier, server-centric applications. Beginning with Java EE 5, focus shifted to increasing developer efficiency with the introduction of annotations, the Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) 3.0 business component development model, new and updated Web services, and improvements to the persistence model. Java EE 6 further streamlined the development process and...
IBM WebSphere Application Server V8.5 Java 7 © 2012 IBM Corporation This presentation covers using Java 7 with IBM WebSphere Application Server version 8.5. WAS85_Java7_revisions_IEA.ppt Page 1 of 11 Table of contents � Overview � Installation � Developer configuration scenario � Administrator configuration scenario � Soft real-time configuration scenario � References 2 Java 7 © 2012 IBM Corporation This module will cover the topics listed here. WAS85_Java7_revisions_IEA.ppt Page 2 of 11 Overview of Java selection � Supports selection of which bit architecture to use – z/OS: 31 or 64 bit – IBM i: 32 or 64 bit – Distributed: only selectable during first install � Supports selection of Java version to use – Java 6 – Java 7 (including soft real-time capabilities) � Only supports WebSphere provided SDKs � Configure SDK used by command line scripts � Configure SDK used by servers, proxy servers, and application clients – Configure existing servers, nodes, profiles, or installation – Configure defaults for new servers, nodes, and profiles 3 Java 7 © 2012 IBM Corporation Java 7 is optionally supported by the product. In fact, the product supports several different Software Development Kits or SDKs. Extensions in WebSphere Application Server version 8.0 provided support for selecting a Java SDK by bit architecture at any time. The z/OS platform allows selection of 31 or 64 bit SDKs. The IBM i platform allows selection of 32 or 64 bit SDKs. However, the distributed platform only allows the bit architecture to be selected during installation of the product and not at any point after that. Once the bit architecture choice has been made, only those SDKs that support that bit architecture are available for selection. WebSphere Application Server version 8.5 adds Java version selection to the choice and bit architecture. The product comes with Java 6 as the default Java SDK. Java 7 can be added at any point in time to the installation, thereby adding Java 7 SDK selection to the possible choices of Java SDK that can be used. Java 7 also includes support for soft realtime capabilities, which are discussed later in the module. In general, the product only supports Java SDK selection of WebSphere approved or provided SDKs. However, the Liberty Profile does support use other SDKs. See the Liberty documentation and education material for how to use other non-product provided...
The QuesGen database platform has been integral to allowing us to quickly and easily access data on our cohort of patients. Our goal in establishing the database was to better understand our patient population and to be able to have the ability for comparative analyses with like institutions.
Kunci jawaban Babak FINAL Jenis soal : ESSAY 1. Kinerja bensin diukur berdasarkan nilai oktan (octane number) yaitu keberadaan senyawa 2,2,4 - trimetil pentane (isooktana) dengan nilai oktan 100, sedangkan nheptana nilai oktannya adalah nol. a. Gambarkan struktur 2,2,4 – trimetil pentane dan n – heptana (20 Point) Penyelesaian : b. Gambarkan semua isomer struktur n-heptana dan namai secara IUPAC (30 Point) Penyelesaian : c. Gambarkan struktur dan nama IUPAC alkena paling sederhana yang mempunyai isomer cis dan trans. (30 Point) Penyelesaian : d. Jelaskan pengertian bensin dengan angka oktan 75 % (20 Point) Penyelesaian : Angka oktan pada bensin ditentukan dengan adanya senyawa trimetil pentane dan nheptana dimana apabila pada bensin memiliki angka oktan 100 % maka pada besin tersebut terkandung senyawa trimetil pentane banding senyawa n-heptana yaitu 100 : 0, sehingga apabila bensin dengan angka oktan 75 % maka dalam bensin tersebut terkandung 75 % senyawa trimetil pentane dan 25 % senyawa n-heptana. 2. Reaksi : 2NOBr (g) 2NO (g) + Br2 (g) H = +16,1 kJ Diketahui : Tekanan awal NOBr = 0,65 atm. : NOBr telah terurai sebanyak 28% (Saat Kstb) (a) Tuliskan bentuk tetapan kesetimbangan, Kp. (10 poin) Penyelesaian : Kp [p NO ] 2 [p Br2 ] [p NOBr ] 2 (b) Tentukan tekanan parsial gas NOBr, NO, dan Br2 setelah tercapai keadaan kesetimbangan. (30 poin) Penyelesaian : 100 28 p NOBr 0,65 atm 0,468 atm 100 28 p NO 0,65 atm 0,182 atm 100 p Br2 28 2 100 0,65 atm 0,091 atm (c) Tentukan tekanan total sesudai tercapai kesetimbangan (20 poin) Penyelesaian : (100 28 ) (28 14 ) 114 p tot [ ] 0,65 atm 0,65 atm 0,741 atm 100 100 (d) Hitung nilai tetapan kesetimbangan, Kp pada temperatur tersebut. (20 poin) Penyelesaian :
The Foundation Center have focused on the ultimate uses and beneficiaries of the donations raised by the relief funds from all sources, and we have issued a comprehensive report on their funding activities and practices.1 While the scope of our 9/11-related efforts has expanded, we have continued to track the foundation and corporate response. Specifically, in the latest year we have added hundreds of new donors to our 9/11 database and thousands of individual gifts. This report provides an overview of 9/11 giving by institutional donors based on data compiled through September 2003, updating and expanding on the findings presented in our November 2002 report.2 The latest information was drawn primarily from 2001 and 2002 annual reports provided by foundation and corporate donors and from data reported by private foundations in their Form 990-PF tax returns. Information also comes from grantmaker news releases and Web sites and donor lists compiled by leading recipients, such as the September 11th Fund of the United Way of New York and the New York Community Trust and the American Red Cross.
The proliferation of smartphones has introduced new challenges in secure web browsing. These devices often have limited resources, as well as small size, which limits the security ‘arsenal’ of their users. Such lack of protection controls, however, does not seem to hinder users from browsing the web via smartphones. On the contrary, according to a recent report, by the year 2017 smartphone mobile data traffic will increase 81%, comparing to 2012 . Average users are not familiar with the details of security controls used while browsing the web. For instance, a user may understand that SSL offers a level of protection to online transactions. It is rather unlikely, though, that she is aware of the relevant security details and threats she is exposed to. Nowadays, users come across to different threats while browsing the web. These range from traditional client-side attacks (e.g. Cross-Site-Scripting) to zero-day exploits that target Java plugins1. Contrary to what one would expect, CISCO  reports that browser malware are not only present in ‘bad’ webpages (e.g. ones hosting pirated software, etc.), but also in benign ones (e.g. social media sites, etc.). The latter may unwittingly serve malware embedded in their active content, typically after a server compromise or with the inclusion of malicious advertisements. Furthermore, progressively more attackers use in their client-side attacks, browser exploitation frameworks (e.g. Blackhole exploit kit) . 1 http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/01/11/us-java-security-idUSBRE90A0S32013011
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1.1 Main Specifications tio ns 1. Input Spec. (MULTI VIDEO INTERFACE) - 1 x Analog RGBCs (for navigation system) - 1 x REAR-C Input (for external rear camera source, supports NTSTC & PAL auto detection) - 3 x A/V Input (for external video source - DVD, TV, DVB-T; supports NTSC & PAL auto detection) - 1 x LCD-OUT (input for video from MMI 2G unit) - 1 x NAVI Touch (for external touch screen panel) So lu 2. Output Spec. - 2 X A/VOUT (video/audio output for installed headrest monitor) - 1 x Touch OUT (connection of external touch screen panel to Navi connected via RGBCs input) - 1 X LCD-IN(video output for connection to OEM display) - 1 X R-CAM (power output for external rear camera connected via REAR-C input) - 1 X IR OUT (IR-Data wire for DVD, TV, DVB-T unit control via touch panel – see page 17-19) C ar 3. Power Spec. - Input Power : 10 V DC ~ 16 V DC - Consumption Power : 6 W (max) 4. Mode change - Video input disable : possible to skip each input source by adjusting DIP switches (page 9) - Control by using the remote controller (page 10) - Possible to switch between modes by remote mode switch button - Possible to change modes and control DVD, CMMB via external touch screen panel (page 12) - Able to change modes via using the original buttons NAVI at MMI 2G panel (page 23) www.car-solutions.com