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Riverbanks Zoo and Garden Film/Video/Still Photography Policy Commercial and Non-Commercial Use 1. For all film, video and still photography produced on Zoo grounds for commercial purposes, a written agreement must be entered into with Riverbanks Zoo and Garden and a fee paid per the current fee schedule. The standard fee schedule for production companies is: • • • $1,000 for the first two hours $350 for each subsequent two-hour block of time $3,000 for an entire day Additional fees may be applicable if public relations staff, animal keepers or facilities management personnel are required: • • $50 per hour for technical staff $75 per hour for professional staff For all film, video and still photography produced on Zoo grounds for use by non-profit organizations for commercial or non-commercial use, the following fees apply: • • • $500 for the first two hours $175 for each subsequent two-hour block of time $1500 for an entire day For complex projects, the maximum daily fee may be increased. Fees are subject to change and ultimately, decisions will be made on a case by case basis. Bigger projects may take much longer to coordinate. Payment of all fees must be made prior to shooting and if additional costs are incurred during the project, the production company or professional outlet will be billed. Before shooting can begin, production companies must provide proof of general liability insurance and workers compensation coverage. In some cases, companies may be required to name Riverbanks as an additional insured on their policies. Four weeks advance notice is required. 2. Film, video and still photography are permitted for personal non-commercial use. It is strictly forbidden to use images taken at the Riverbanks Zoo and Garden or the Zoo logo without a written agreement and payment of the required fee for commercial activities which include but are not limited to marketing,
Note: A word about this brochure. Audi of America, Inc., believes the specifications in this brochure to be correct at the time of printing. However, specifications, standard equipment, options, fabrics, and colors are subject to change without notice. Some equipment may be unavailable when your vehicle is built. Please ask your dealer for advice concerning current availability of standard and optional equipment, and your dealer will verify that your vehicle will include the equipment you ordered. Vehicles in this brochure are shown with optional equipment. See your dealer for complete details on the New Vehicle Limited Warranty, twelve-year limited warranty against corrosion perforation, and Audi 24/7 Roadside Assistance. (Roadside assistance coverage provided by Road America in the U.S. Certain conditions apply; see your dealer for details.) Tires supplied by various manufacturers. “Audi,” all model names, “Audi connect,” “MMI,” “quattro,” “Sideguard,” “Singleframe” and the Singleframe grille design, “S line,” “TFSI,” “Truth in Engineering,” and the four rings logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of AUDI AG. “AdBlue” is a registered trademark of the Verband der Automobilindustrie. “Bang & Olufsen” is a registered trademark of Bang & Olufsen. The BLUETOOTH word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc., and use of any such marks by AUDI AG is under license. “BOSE” and “AudioPilot” are registered trademarks of the Bose Corporation. “GOOGLE,” “Google Earth” and “Google Maps Street View” are trademarks of Google Inc. “HD Radio” and the HD Radio logo are proprietary trademarks of iBiquity Digital Corporation. “HomeLink” is a registered trademark of Johnson Controls Technology Company. “ICEpower” is a registered trademark of Bang & Olufsen. “iPod” is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. “Servotronic” is a registered trademark of the AM General Corporation. “SiriusXM” and all related marks and logos are trademarks of SiriusXM Radio Inc. and its subsidiaries. “TDI” is a registered trademark of Volkswagen AG. “Tiptronic” is a registered trademark of Dr. Ing h.c. F. Porsche AG. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Some European models shown. AoA1313378 © 2012 Audi of America, Inc. Printed in the U.S.A.
Brake Shoe Core Identification Chart EUCLID REMANUFACTURED BRAKE SHOES CORE NUMBER INDEX BY APPLICATION FMSI NO. APPLICATION CORE NO. CORE I.D. PAGE NO. FMSI NO. APPLICATION CORE NO. CORE I.D. PAGE NO. 1245C 15" x 3" Wagner Hydraulic C1245C 7 4514G 16.5" x 6" Euclid "Q" C4514Q 11 1252 15" x 5" Wagner Hydraulic C1252 7 4514G 16.5" x 6" Euclid "Q" w/relocated spring hole C4514QR 12 1254 16" x 5" Wagner Hydraulic C1254 8 4515E 16.5" x 7" Bendix C4515B 8 1255 16" x 6" Wagner Hydraulic C1255 8 4515E 16.5" x 7" Fruehauf "XEM2" C4515F2 10 1278 15" x 3" Wagner Air C1278 7 4515E 16.5" x 7" Fruehauf "XEM3" C4515F3 11 1279 15" x 3.5" Wagner Air C1279 7 4515G 16.5" x 7" Euclid for Fruehauf (F5) C4515F5 11 1280B 15" x 3.5" Wagner Hydraulic C1280B 7 4515H 16.5" x 7" Euclid H.D. "Q" C4515H 12 1307 15" x 3.5" Euclid T Front C1307 5 4515G 16.5" x 7" Euclid "P" C4515P 11 1308A 15" x 4" Wagner Air ( 512 shoe ) C1308W2 7 4515G 16.5" x 7" Euclid "Q" C4515Q 11 1308A 15" x 4" Wagner Air ( 426 shoe ) C1308W6 7 4515G 16.5" x 7" Spicer Fast Change C4515Q 11 1308A 15" x 4" Wagner Air ( 458 shoe ) C1308W8 7 4524B 16.5" x 5" Euclid "P" C4524P 11 1308TT 15" x 4" Euclid "Q" Front C1308 5 4524B 16.5" x 5" Euclid "Q" C4524Q 11 1308TT 15" x 4" Eaton Front C1308E 5 4524B 16.5" x 5" Euclid "Q" for 1.68" offset spider C4524QA 12 1308TT 15" x 4" Euclid "T" Front C1308T 5 4524B 16.5" x 5" Euclid "Q" w/ relocated spring hole C4524QR 12 1443TT 15" x 4" Eaton "ES" Front C1443 6 4528A 15" x 5" Euclid Lucas Hydraulic C4528 6 4223A 16.5" x 5" Eaton C4223 9 4549C 16.5" x 4" Euclid "Q" C4549Q 11 4311J 16.5" x 7" Eaton ( Low Mount ) C4311 9 4551B 16.5" x 8.625" Fruehauf "XEM3" LH C4551F3L 11 4311J 16.5" x 7" Eaton ( High Mount ) C4311H 9 4551B 16.5" x 8.625" Fruehauf "XEM3" RH C4551F3R 11 4317G 16.5" x 6" Eaton ( Low Mount ) C4317 9 4551B 16.5" x 8.625" Euclid "P" C4551P 11 4317G 16.5" x 6" Eaton ( High Mount ) C4317H 9 4551B 16.5" x 8.625" Euclid "Q" C4551Q 11 4504A 15" x 6" Euclid Lucas Hydraulic C4504 6 4561 16.25" x 3.5" Euclid "T" C4561 8 4505A 15" x 7" Euclid Lucas Hydraulic C4505 6 4562A 15" x 3.5" Euclid Stopmaster Wedge C4562 7 4514G 16.5" x 6" Euclid "P" C4514P 11 4591 12.25" x 7.5" Dexter “PQ” C4591D 4 2 Brake Shoe Core Identification Chart EUCLID REMANUFACTURED BRAKE SHOES CORE NUMBER INDEX BY FMSI NUMBER FMSI NO. APPLICATION CORE NO. CORE I.D. PAGE NO. FMSI NO. APPLICATION CORE NO. CORE I.D. PAGE NO. 4591 12.25" x 7.5" Eaton C4591E 4 4702 15" x 4" Euclid "Q Plus" Front C4702QP 6 4591 12.25" x 7.5" Standard Forge (closed roller end) C4591S 4 4703 15" x 5" Euclid "Q Plus" Front C4703QP 6 4596 15" x 6" Wagner Hydraulic C4596 7 4704 15" x 6" Euclid "Q Plus" Front C4704QP 6 4597 15" x 7" Wagner Hydraulic C4597 7 4705 15" x 7" Euclid "Q Plus" Front C4705QP 6 4602 15" x 7" Bendix Wedge C4602B 7 4706 15" x 8" Euclid "Q Plus" Front C4706QP 6 4602 15" x 7" Euclid Stopmaster Wedge C4602R 7 4707 16.5" x 7" Euclid "Q Plus" C4707QP 12 4605 15" x 6" Bendix Wedge C4605B 7 4707 16.5" x 7" Spicer "XL II" C4707QP 12 4605 15" x 6" Euclid Stopmaster Wedge C4605R 7 4707 16.5" x 7" Euclid H.D. "Q Plus" C4707QPM 12 4615 15" x 5" Bendix Wedge C4615B
Model T-BWT-3-31RC A trailer mounted single reel carrier-tensioner, the WAGNERSMITH Model T-BWT-3-31RC is designed for use in a wide range of stringing and tensioning application. Both simple to operate and easy to maintain, the Model T-BWT-3-31RC is another innovative WAGNER-SMITH product designed and developed to meet the changing needs of the powerline construction industry. MAJOR OPERATING / SAFETY FEATURES • The reel and spindle assembly lifts straight out of the machine without having to shift to the side. No tools required for reel removal. • Bronze brake discs are standard for smooth operation and low maintenance. • All unit operating controls are located at the operators station, off the ground, for operator safety. • A fairlead roller assembly is provided as standard. UNIT PERFORMANCE Maximum Tension Rating Line Speed (Average) STANDARD FEATURES Tension Brakes Manually actuated caliper/20 in. diameter Bronze disc brakes Reel Brakes Manually actuated caliper/16 in. diameter bronze disc brake Front Hitch Adjustable 3” Lunette eye Lighting D.O.T. Regulation Front Jack Manual crank type Rear Jack Manual pin type Tires 11R x 17.5HC Load Range “H” Axle Single 10,000 lb. capacity Suspension Leaf spring Brakes Electric with Breakaway switch MODEL T-BWT-3-31RC SPECIFICATIONS 3,000 lbs 0 - 4 mph BULLWHEEL TENSIONER Diameter Groove Diameter Number of Grooves Replaceable Segments Bullwheel Lining 31” (bottom of groove) 1.50” 5 Yes Elastomer (bolt-on) REEL CARRIER Max. Reel Diameter Max. Reel Width Max. Reel Weight Spindle Diameter 84” 48” 7,000 lbs. 2 3/4” complete w/locking collars DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT Hydraulic actuated bullwheel brakes Hydraulic actuated reel brake Manual reel rewind complete with handcrank Hydraulic reel rewind motor & hose’s Unit Length Unit Width Unit Height Net Weight GVWR 16 ft. 7 in. 8 ft. 0 in. 8 ft. 7 in. 4,580 lbs. 11,000 lbs. Wagner-Smith Equipment Co. 921 S. Burleson Blvd., Burleson, TX 76028 East of the Rockies: Phone: (800)666-6567 (817)447-8085 Fax: (817)447-8917 West of the Rockies: Phone (800) 444-7064 (503) 692-0979 Fax: (503) 692-0474 Website: www.wagnersmithequipment.com In our continuing effort to improve our equipment, all specifications and design features are subject to change without notice.
Commercial Refinishers is known for our church and pew restoration, but we are also equipped to work on your stained glass window restoration projects too. While stained glass fixtures vary from church to church, our high standard craftsmanship remains the same. Choose from modern day designs to traditional stained glass styles. Contact our office to learn more!
FEMA P-751, NEHRP Recommended Provisions: Design Examples This chapter presents two examples that focus on the dynamic analysis of steel frame structures: 1. A 12-story steel frame building in Stockton, California. The highly irregular structure is analyzed using three techniques: equivalent lateral force analysis, modal response spectrum analysis and modal response history analysis. In each case, the structure is modeled in three dimensions and only linear elastic response is considered. The results from each of the analyses are compared and the accuracy and relative merits of the different analytical approaches are discussed. 2. A six-story steel frame building in Seattle, Washington. This regular structure is analyzed using both linear and nonlinear techniques. Due to the regular configuration of the structural system, the analyses are performed for only two dimensions. For the nonlinear analysis, two approaches are used: static pushover analysis and nonlinear response history analysis. The relative merits of pushover analysis versus response history analysis are discussed. Although the Seattle building, as originally designed, responds reasonably well under the design ground motions, a second set of response history analyses is presented for the structure augmented with added viscous fluid damping devices. As shown, the devices have the desired effect of reducing the deformation demands in the critical regions of the structure. In addition to the Standard, the following documents are referenced: AISC 341...
OpenSUSE 12.3 Installation Date: April 2013 Author: Eva Brucherseifer, email@example.com Installation / Software standard openSuse 12.3 from DVD, 64bit kernel 3.7.10-1.1-desktop KDE desktop 4.10 overwriting old system, no update add some more KDE software and 32bit libraries add fetchmsfonts, acrobat, etc. add packmann repository and install media software like vlc etc. install chrome and skype from their web pages run online update Change computer name (in network settings) Hardware – – – – – – – – – CPU: Intel Core i5 SSD hard disc, Intel Mobile 82801 SATA RAID Controller 1600x900 display WLAN: Intel Audio: Intel Touchpad: Synaptics, clickpad Network: Realtek RTL8111/8168B PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet controller (eth0) Graphics: Intel Bluetooth: Intel Installation – removed RAID0 setting from BIOS, 2 SSDs is just fine – no network installation possible, network is very slow and unusable => used USB/network adapter => or wifi – installation works fine – X is black when booting into default setup, failsafe option works Solution: boot kernel with option “nomodeset”, you can add that to grub graphics: 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation 2nd Generation Core Processor Family Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 09) 00:02.0 0300: 8086:0126 (rev 09) Device Identifier: 65830 Partitioning: - sda: Windows only - sdb: Linux only swap sdb1 sdb2 my home: / /home old system 4G 76G (used 12%) 162G new system 4G (RAM: 8GB) 50G (now used: 8G) 186G encrypted home (crypto image): 50G 75G...
Setting Up Revit Templates Autodesk® Revit® Architecture 2012, Autodesk® Revit® Strcuture 2012, Autodesk® Revit® MEP 2012 What are Templates? Templates are defined as ‘a standardized non-executable file type used by computer software as a pre-formatted example on which to base other files, especially documents’. Templates contain a set of repeated elements and are created to standardise visibility setting across the final documents. Overview What are Templates? Why set up Templates? Why set up Templates? Using a template to work from and to layout elements, allows for less time with background work and more time on individual projects. Templates also provide a level of consistency across all projects, this is essential from a marketing perspective. Revit Templates Revit Templates, as with most drafting templates, is a default document used for creating new documents. A good Revit Template is essential in improving efficiency, quality, clarity and consistency in your projects. As with Templates for other drafting programs they should be set up to match the office standards and should be understood by all involved. Templates are a set of standard elements and settings, it is up to the Revit user to know the company standards and implement these in their project. When Revit is installed it comes with a set of standard templates which can be leveraged. These templates can be built upon to create your own office standards or you can start from scratch. When a new document is created the settings from the template are copied to the new document. Revit Templates will continually evolve and with this the office drafting standards and Revit standards should continually be updated to reflect the Templates. Revit Templates Creating Templates Setting the default project template file location Creating a project template file Adjust Settings Creating a Title Block Adding a Revision Schedule Load a Title Block into a Project Template Set new Template as Default Template Creating a Revit Template Setting the default project template file location To set the default project template file and file location, click the Application Menu and navigate to the Options dialogue box. Click on the tab File Locations and notice where the current ‘Default template file:’ is located. Click on Browse… and select the Default template file location. Application Menu Options Dialogue Box Creating a Project Template File There are two methods to creating a Template File; Building on an existing File which Revit comes loaded or Creating a New Template from scratch. To save time, you can build on the existing file which has some basic information, views and other settings already stored. 1. Navigate to the Application Menu, expand New and click on Project. 2. In the New Project dialog box, under Template file, select either ‘None’ for a blank project file or the Template File location which you can build upon. 3. In the Create new dialog box, select Project template (Note: Selecting Project will create a new Project from the Template selected). 4. Click OK to create template. US/CANADA 800-356-9050 AUSTRALIA 1300-66-7263
In the Daytona 675R, we’ve made exceptional the new standard. This is a true track day tool. Focused. Committed. Taking our experience gained on track and road with the outgoing bike and combining the latest developments in engineering technology and thinking, we’re giving you an even faster, better handling, easier riding bike. The result is a bike which is 1kg (2.2lb) lighter than the old model with a new triple motor that delivers even more power all the way through to 14,400 rpm redline. The new frame geometry, mass centralisation and racederived Öhlins suspension enables razor sharp handling and confidenceinspiring feedback. Add Brembo brakes, a quickshifter, carbon trim and some subtle styling details and you know you’re riding a true thoroughbred motorcycle. ENGINE Construction The 2013 Daytona 675Rs engine is now even more focussed. We’ve built it with a new shorter stroke and wider bore dimensions for even more useable power and acceleration. The cylinder block is now cast separately from the upper crankcase to cope with higher pressures, more torque and more power. In addition to the 675, the R now comes with a quickshift gearchange, reprogrammed for 2013 to give you even faster, smoother shifting. Internals With twin injectors per cylinder the new Daytona can draw more fuel quicker when you open the throttle fully and demand more from the engine. A first for a production Triumph, we have now fitted substantially lighter titanium valves to cope better with the higher revs. This also means lighter valve springs can be used, reducing valve train wear and friction. We also knew that the weight reduction was enough to give us the space to add some metal to the valves without compromising the valve train, so the top of the valve 'mushroom' heads were reshaped to improve gas flow around the valve and into the combustion chamber. This means better efficiency and a boost in torque at low and medium revs. Sound We enlarged the throughairflow headstock so that the intake mouth is positioned in the highest pressure zone centrally at the front of the bike. Improving flow efficiency, so that air passes in a straight line through the centre of the headstock to the airbox. And when the air passes through the centre of the cockpit zone, it gives you even more of that distinctive three cylinder intake snarl. And it's not just the volume of the sound that’s better, it's now there over a much wider range of revs for an even more focussed, involving ride than ever before. Performance The overall theme for this bike is more torque, better acceleration and more useable power. One of the main contributors to this is the improved bore and stroke. We built the latest Daytona 675R with a shorter stroke allowing us to set a 500rpm higher rev ceiling at 14,500 and we increased power to 128PS and maximum torque to 75Nm. So the new engine now gives you higher power for longer. Wringing even more performance out of the bike as well bringing more of the rider out of you.
2006-2012 Triumph Daytona 675 / 2007-2012 Triumph Street Triple Z-Fi TC / Z-FI QS INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS P/N’s T540S, T540R, S540S, S540R When using stock rear sets on this application, standard shift pattern is the only option. Running reverse shift requires after market rear sets. WARNING! USE ONLY IN RACE OR OTHER CLOSED COURSE APPLICATIONS AND NEVER ON PUBLIC ROADS Z-Fi products do not meet California CARB highway requirements Z-Fi TC/QS CONTROL UNIT FUEL HARNESS COIL HARNESS SHIFT SWITCH & MOUNTING HARDWARE DOWNLOAD Z-Fi MAPPER SOFTWARE & ITS INSTRUCTIONS FROM WEBSITE USB CABLE SCOTCHLOK SWINGARM STICKERS 1 4 5 6 7 8 2 3 (1) MAP SELECT (2) ZAFM CONNECTOR (3) SWITCHED POWER (RED TAG) (4) INJECTOR CONNECTORS (YELLOW TAG IS CYL 1) (5) GEAR POSITION SENSOR (6) THROTTLE POSTION SENSOR (7) CRANK POSITION SENSOR (8) GROUND LUG Read through all instructions before beginning installation. This is not a replacement for the ECU. Note: Upon installing the system verify you have selected the proper map to correspond to your model. The control unit supplied with this kit has been pre-programmed with two fuel maps. Map 1 is intended for use on the Dayton 675 & map 2 for the Street Triple. 15330 Fairfield Ranch Rd, Unit E, Chino Hills, CA 91709 (909)597-8300 Fax (909)597-5580 www.Bazzaz.net WE STRONGLY SUGGEST THAT AN EXPERIENCED TECHNICIAN INSTALL THIS BAZZAZ PRODUCT 1. Remove following components: Rider and passenger seats, fuel tank, air box and the tail section fairing. 2. Place the control unit in the rear tail section area, securing unit with supplied Velcro. (Photo 1) Photo 1 NOTE: If installing on a Street Triple, modification of the plastic tray in the tail section of the bike is necessary in order to mount control unit. Cut-out of plastic tray in order to fit control unit 3. Connect main connector on the Bazzaz fuel harness to the control unit. Then route harness on the right side of the bike from the rear toward the engine. (refer to photo 1) 4. Locate the Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) connector (found on the right side of throttle bodies) and install the mating TPS connectors of the Bazzaz harness inline with the TPS sensor connector and stock wiring harness connector. (Photo 2) TPS sensor connector Bazzaz TPS connectors Stock harness TPS connector Injector Bazzaz harness connectors Stock Harness INJ connector Photo 2 5. Install the Bazzaz harness inline with the three injectors and stock harness connectors. (Photo 3) Inj 1 Inj 2 Inj 3 WARNING! Make sure that the Z-Fi harness injector male pins make proper contact with the stock harness Photo 3 6. Locate the Gear Position Sensor (GPS) and Crank Position Sensor (CPS) connectors (found near the left side frame rail within engine compartment). Install corresponding Bazzaz connectors inline with the sensor connectors and stock harness connectors. (Photo 4) Stock CPS connectors Stock GPS connectors Bazzaz GPS connectors Bazzaz CPS connectors Photo 4 7. Locate the tail light connector (found in the left rear tail section area under passenger seat). Crimp a supplied scotchlok connector onto the yellow wire. Insert the T-Tap with red wire labeled “Power”. (Photo 5) Photo 5 8. Locate the stock chassis ground and attach the Bazzaz ground lug. (Photo 6) Photo 6 9. The installation of the engine management system requires disconnecting the stock 02 sensor. A supplied 02 eliminator must be connected in place of the 02 sensor connector to avoid triggering a fault code (F1 light). (Photo 7) Bazzaz O2 eliminator Note: Secure the 02 sensor wires with cable ties clear of any moving, hot mechanical components.