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Behind every door is a story... - Armstrong

All our cabinets are certified by the Kitchen. Cabinet Manufacturers Association ( KCMA). Environmental Stewardship Program (ESP) recognizing our. Thomas Armstrong founded his company 150 years ago with a simple principle, “Let the buyer have faith.” Today, the Armstrong Assurance is our commitment to providing the very best in service, quality and installation.* Armstrong knows your cabinets are not just a place to put your things. Behind those doors are some of your most treasured personal moments from your wedding china to the bowl your daughter made in art class. We know your cabinets, like your china, are a reflection of your style and personality. For your home and lifestyle, we offer stylish products built with enduring value backed by the heritage of the Armstrong brand. With a variety of styles to choose from and customized solutions to keep you organized, Armstrong Cabinets is ready to be part of your story. To learn more, visit armstrong.com

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)...

Laboratory Safety Manual - Environmental Health & Safety

Laboratory Safety Manual Sections The risks associated with laboratory research hazards are greatly reduced or eliminated when proper precautions and practices are observed. This Laboratory Safety Manual is intended to be the cornerstone of your safety program and is designed to aid faculty, staff, and students to better manage the risk and mitigate the hazard to maintain a safe environment to teach and conduct research. Injury & Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) A well-integrated IIPP provides the information required to monitor activities and resources to reduce the risk of workplace injury and illness to maintain a safe work environment. Title 8, of the California Code of Regulations (CCR), requires every California employer to have an effective written IIPP in accordance with CCR Section 3203 of the General Industry Safety Orders. The Laboratory Safety Manual includes the purpose and components of the IIPP; procedures related to “assignment of responsibilities,” “hazard identification,” “hazard mitigation,” “incident reporting,” and “training” are included the Laboratory Safety Manual.

Handbook, EMA - College of Engineering - University of Wisconsin ...

This bulletin details the academic policies and procedures for students working toward the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Engineering Mechanics. The graduate program in Engineering Mechanics is administered by the Department of Engineering Physics. The time schedules refer to those for a fulltime student. Reference should also be made to Information for Graduate Students for Non-Academic Procedures; this is available in the Student Services Office (144 ERB). Students should become familiar with the pertinent material in this bulletin and with the requirements of the Graduate School as given in the Graduate School Catalog (http://www.grad.wisc.edu/catalog/). It is the student's responsibility to make sure that all requirements are met. We welcome you to the University of Wisconsin-Madison and to the Department, and wish you a successful graduate career! Admission to Graduate Study For admission to graduate study in Engineering Mechanics, an applicant must have a bachelor's degree in engineering, mathematics, or physical science, and an undergraduate record that indicates an ability to successfully pursue graduate study. The Graduate School requires a minimum undergraduate grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 basis on the equivalent of the last 60 semester hours from the most recent bachelor's degree. In special cases, students with grade point averages lower than 3.0 who meet all the general requirements of the Graduate School may be considered for admission on probation. It is desirable that the student have the following courses before entering the program:...

Structural Engineering, Mechanics, and Materials - School of Civil ...

The structural engineering, mechanics, and materials program at the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers graduate instruction and research in structural analysis and design, behavior of structural systems, earthquake engineering, engineering science and mechanics, high-performance materials, computer-aided engineering, and intelligent engineering learning environments. The program is known for its creative use of advanced structural materials and composite systems to improve the infrastructure, earthquake engineering, computer-aided structural engineering software that is used by hundreds of companies worldwide; cladding effects on, and hybrid control of, the response of tall buildings to earthquake and wind; steel connection design and behavior; and structural reliability and risk assessment. Opportunities exist for students to become involved in research activities that promote multidisciplinary solutions to civil engineering problems of national and international importance.

LCD Digital Color TV - Amazon S3
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Provides TV setup information with sample connection diagrams. Operating Instructions Provides the most detailed information to operate your TV. Experiencing Stunning HD with Your BRAVIA The quality of the image you see on your BRAVIA TV is only as good as the quality of the signal it receives. To experience the stunning detail of your new BRAVIA TV, you need access to HD programming. Your BRAVIA TV can receive and display HD programming from: • • • • Over-the-air broadcasting via HD-quality antenna HD cable subscription HD satellite subscription Blu-ray Disc™ player or other HD compatible external equipment Contact your cable, satellite or HD service provider for information on upgrading to HD programming. 4 The Four Steps to a Stunning HD Experience Set, Source, Sound, and Setup Along with your BRAVIA TV set, a complete HD system requires a source of HD programming, an HD sound system, and a proper connection setup. Refer to the Quick Setup Guide, enclosed separately, for connecting optional equipment. TV Feature Highlights Your BRAVIA comes with many convenient features, such as: ➢ BRAVIA® SyncTM: Allows your BRAVIA TV to communicate with other Sony equipment supporting the Control for HDMI function (page 23). ➢ Digital Media Accessibility: Use the Photo, Music, and Video icons to access photo, music, and video files from Sony USB equipment (page 27). ➢ PIP (Picture in Picture): You can work on your PC and watch your favorite TV program simultaneously (page 24). ➢ Favorites: Your favorite channels and inputs are at your finger tips for easy access (page 25). ➢ Auto Wide Mode: Set your TV to automatically adjust the screen based on the signal resolution (page 25). ➢ Input Selection: Allows you to easily switch between the connected equipment (page 26). ➢ Scene Select: Allows you to easily adjust your TV to the most suitable picture and sound settings based on the scenes for the best quality result for the contents genre you are watching (page 20). 5 Introducing Your New BRAVIA® You can enjoy crisp, clear images, smooth movement, and high-impact visuals from 1080 HD signals as shown here. When you compare a high-definition signal to a standard analog signal, you will notice a big difference in picture quality. If black bars appear as shown here, press WIDE on the remote control to fill the screen.

Psychology Consultants Now Announces the Effective Psychological Solutions for Insomnia with Their ‘Better Sleep Program’

Psychology Consultants now announces the effective psychological solutions for insomnia with their better sleep program. This program was established over ten years ago by expert clinical psychologist, Kathryn Smith and Psychiatrist Dr Curt Gray. Both the Psychologist and Psychiatrist are collectively striving to develop better insomnia programs.

BIM 101—Basics of BIM BIM 102—Advanced Navisworks Training

Monday, October 14, 2013 8:00 a.m. — 12:00 p.m. The Basics of BIM Chapter Education Program is designed specifically for SMACNA Contractors who are eager to learn the essential concepts of BIM. This course will benefit Contractors without any formal CAD experience, as well as Contractors versed in 3D CAD, but may not have performed in the BIM arena. This half-day course is designed to give an overview of BIM to prepare SMACNA contractors for involvement in BIM related projects. Some of the key takeaways from this course will be to define BIM as it relates to SMACNA Contractors, discuss the past, present, and future of BIM, and identify the hardware and software costs for implementation. BIM 102—Advanced Navisworks Training Monday, October 14, 2013 1:00 p.m. — 5:00 p.m. The Advanced Navisworks Chapter Education Program is designed specifically for the SMACNA Sheet Metal Mechanical Contractors who are eager to learn the essential concepts of 3D Clash Detection and MEP Coordination. Advanced Navisworks is specifically designed for industry professionals eager to increase their knowledge and proficiency in Navisworks. This half-day course will increase your knowledge of the software while providing information on how to leverage Navisworks for 3D Coordination and Collaboration.

iOS App White Listing Frequently Asked Questions - Zebra ...

What does MFi (Made for iPod, iPhone, iPad) mean? The MFi logos mean that Apple has certified a product for use with specific iOS devices via Bluetooth connectivity. If you plan to connect to a Zebra MFi printer over a Bluetooth connection, you’ll need to register your app with Zebra. Do I need to register my app with Zebra? If your app connects an iOS device to a Zebra printer via Bluetooth, then you must register your app with Zebra. If your app only connects using WLAN you do not need to register your app with Zebra. How do I get my app on the Apple AppStoresm ? If you are creating an app to talk to the printer over a WLAN connection, you’ll need to sign up for Apple’s iOS Developer Program. This program gives you access to a wide range of Apple created Developer tools and documentation. This content covers how to get an App on the AppStoresm. If you plan to connect to a Zebra printer that has been certified as “Made for iPhone” over a Bluetooth connection, you’ll need to register your app with Zebra. If you connect to a Zebra printer over WLAN you do not need to register your app with Zebra. Do I need to get special tools to create an App for use with Zebra printers? Zebra offers Link-OS SDK that includes libraries, source code examples and documentation which make creating iOS apps simple and straightforward. While it is not required, using Zebra Link-OS™ ecosystem can save significant time during the development process.

CV Résumé v4 (iOS programming) - Third Cog Software

Spotify System Owner & Software Engineer, iOS 2009 Writing the world’s first Spotify client for iOS (Spot) convinced Spotify to hire me. I took over their iOS and Mac clients, maintaining them for a few years, slowly switching focus to iOS only. My greatest accomplishment during this period has been helping design and leading development of Spotify’s iPad app, focusing on making its navigation effortless and its UI delicious. 2009 Blekinge Institute of Technology ^ Project Assistant 2007 Project assistant at BTH’s research labs. Spent six months as software archaeologist, restoring various old Java simulators. Rest of the time was spent building a distributed multiagent system in Erlang, with a Quartz Composer-like editor in Cocoa, and visualizer in Cocoa + OpenGL, together with three friends and colleagues. 2007 Freelancing ^ I wrote networked touch screen kiosks for AB Spelguiden (Ruby on Rails backend and Cocoa frontend), and various smaller jobs (mostly PHP) on the side during my education. 2003 Education 2008 ^ 2004 2004 ^ 2001 Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH) Undergraduate Program: Game Programming (Unfinished) Three years of computer science with emphasis on performance and 3D. I specialized on network programming, audio programming, and game engine design. My candidate thesis is called 'Real-time acoustics modeling in games'; it was never finished, and thus I don’t have a degree. Söderportgymnasiet, Kristianstad International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme IB DP is an international secondary education/university preparatory program in English. I chose to study economy, chemistry and physics, in addition to the compulsory languages and math. I excelled (7 points) in physics and English. Joachim Bengtsson! thirdcog.eu/about_us/resume! joachimb@gmail.com 2013-02-24, v4! 2 (2) Developer Profile I love Objective-C beyond words. I can’t write a game without making it networked. I will experiment and try to find unorthodox solutions, with the endgoal always being succinctness (which means not only ‘brief’, but also ‘easilly understandable’). I have too many open source and Github projects to enumerate, but a few interesting ones (in roughly chronological order, newest first): • SPAsync: Some experimental async primitives for ObjC, with much inspiration from C .

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