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It is ever so easy to draw similarities between a diamond watch and a tinsel town diva; both attract attention for very similar reasons like chiseled good looks, sleek persona, glamour and style. And like a movie starlet, these diamond watches stun onlookers making them weak in the knees with oozing charm and bling.
This procedure will require the use of a hand operated vacuum pump with a vacuum gauge. If you do not own one it can often be rented or borrowed from most “big box” parts stores. (Note: 18”HG is the minimum engine vacuum at idle in gear to effectively operate a vacuum booster 1) Remove vacuum hose from check valve on booster. Place hose from vacuum pump onto check valve and draw booster to 20” of vacuum. 2) Let booster sit with vacuum applied for 5 minutes. If vacuum does not stay steady at 20” it is faulty and needs to be replaced. If vacuum does hold steady at 20” proceed to step 3. 3) With 20” of vacuum in booster depress brake pedal once and release it. The booster should transfer some but not the entire vacuum in reserve. Depending on how hard the pedal is depressed it is normal to see 5-10” of vacuum depleted from reserve. The most important thing is to ensure the booster does transfer vacuum but does NOT transfer the entire vacuum in its reserve. If vacuum remains at 20” OR goes to zero the booster is bad and will need to be replaced. If vacuum transfer is within the above parameter proceed to step 4. 4) Once again draw booster down to 20” of vacuum. Go inside car and depress brake pedal and hold down for 30 seconds. You should see the gauge drop slightly and then hold steady. Vacuum should stay steady as long as you are holding the pedal down. If vacuum drops while pedal is being held down the booster is faulty and will need to be replaced...
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This ranking is based on how recruiters rated each school on 21 attributes, their future plans to recruit at the school, and the number of survey respondents who said they had recruited recently at the school. These schools enjoy a national reputation and tend to draw recruiters from many of the same companies, usually large national and multinational firms that pay high starting salaries. 2006 RANK 2005 RANK This ranking, a mix of European, North American and Central American schools, is based on how recruiters rated each school on 21 attributes, their future plans to recruit there, and the number of companies hiring a high percentage of the school’s graduates for jobs outside the U.S. Because of a methodology change, this year’s ranking cannot be compared with last year’s results. 2006 RANK UNIVERSITY (BUSINESS SCHOOL) University of Michigan (Ross) Dartmouth College (Tuck) Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper) Columbia University University of California, Berkeley (Haas) Northwestern University (Kellogg) University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (Kenan-Flagler) Yale University Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan) University of Chicago Duke University (Fuqua) University of Virginia (Darden) Harvard University University of Southern California Cornell University (Johnson) New York University (Stern) Stanford University University of California, Los Angeles (Anderson) UNIVERSITY (BUSINESS SCHOOL) ESADE IMD IPADE London Business School Thunderbird (Garvin) Columbia University Tecnológico de Monterrey (EGADE) Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan) University of Western Ontario (Ivey) INCAE University of California, Berkeley (Haas) Instituto de Empresa York University (Schulich) University of Chicago IESE HEC Paris University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) Insead Erasmus University (Rotterdam) Harvard University Bocconi University University of Toronto (Rotman) New York University (Stern) Stanford University
Always disconnect negative battery cable prior to doing any major work on your vehicle. When removing your old clutch, note which way the clutch disc was facing (spring pack facing engine or transmission). You will want to install the new disc with the same orientation as the old disc you removed. Before installing your new clutch clean the inner bellhousing area to make sure no debris gets onto the new clutch. Also inspect clutch bar for any damage (cracks, excessive wear etc…). Remove flywheel and either resurface or replace. The flywheel must have a fresh surface for the clutch disc to mate to! Failure to resurface the flywheel can result in shorter clutch life and abnormal wear or vibration. If the flywheel is discolored from excessive heat, you may need to replace it. Install flywheel using a small amount of Loctite on the flywheel bolts. Torque the bolts in a star pattern. See the chart below for proper torque specs. 2RZ/3RZ flywheel bolts can not be re-used! These are a torque-to-yield bolt that are only intended to be torqued down once. New flywheel bolts are available from LC Engineering. Install new pilot bearing in crankshaft. Failure to replace pilot bearing can result in annoying squeal noises when cold. We supply a new pilot bearing in all of our clutch kits. Place clutch disc on flywheel, using the supplied alignment tool to make installation of the transmission easier. For all 20R, 22R, 22RE, 22RET, 2RZ, and 3RZ clutches, the spring side of the clutch disk faces the pressure plate/transmission. For 5VZ V6 clutches, the spring side faces the flywheel. If there is any confusion refer back to which way the stock disc was facing. Install pressure plate onto flywheel, making sure to align the dowel pins in the flywheel with the corresponding holes in the pressure plate. Verifiy that the alignment tool keeps the clutch disk centered in the assembly (do not let the tool just hang on its own, you need to keep it centered as you install the pressure plate. Torque bolts evenly a little at a time in a star pattern. If the pressure plate is not torqued evenly in steps it can cause the plate to warp, this will not be covered under warranty. LC Engineering recommends tightening the pressure plate with hand tools only. Refer to chart below for torque specs. Remove alignment tool. Replace throw-out bearing. The throw-out bearing is held in with two retaining clips that hold it to the clutch fork. Lubricate all moving parts; input shaft, pressure plate “finger” tips, throw out bearing contact surfaces etc… with white lithium grease or Anti-sieze. This will ensure smooth performance and engagement of the clutch. With the new throw out bearing in place, slide the transmission onto the engine, being extremely careful not to let the weight of the transmission hang on the clutch disk. This can cause serious damage to the disk. With the clutch disk properly aligned during installation, the input shaft should not require any force to install. Rocking the transmision or turning the output shaft as you install the tranny may help if it doesn’t go in all the way. DO NOT USE THE BELLHOUSING BOLTS TO DRAW THE TRANSMISSION AND ENGINE TOGETHER! This can result in serious damage, especially to the new clutch or the thrust bearings inside the engine, and should not be necessary if everything is installed and aligned properly. Re-install slave cylinder and other components you may have removed to gain access to the clutch. If needed, bleed clutch hydraulic system according to repair manual. Road test vehicle, avoiding aggressive driving for the first 500-750 miles. Proper break-in procedure is crucial to long service life out of your new clutch.
AutoCAD Command Shortcuts IN THIS GUIDE This guide lists AutoCAD shortcuts in groups according to the command sequence. For example, all text relevant shortcuts are grouped together. Quick Link BLOCKS 5 COMMON COMMANDS 5 CONTROL KEYS 5 COORDINATE ENTRY 5 DIMENSIONING 5 DRAWING OBJECTS 5 EXTERNAL REFERENCE 5 FORMATTING 5 FUNCTION KEYS 5 INQUIRY 5 LAYERS 5 MODIFYING OBJECTS 5 OBJECT SELECTION 5 OBJECT SNAP 5 TEXT 5 3D 5 UCS 5 VIEWPORTS 5 Notes: 1. Generally a shortcut prefixed with ” -“ will suppress the associated dialogue from appearing. 2. Some of the following shortcuts only work with AutoCAD 2006. 3. Not all of the shortcuts listed work with AutoCAD LT. BLOCKS SHORTCUT COMMAND COMMENT ATT ATTDEF Opens attribute definition dialogue box ATTEDIT ATTEDIT Edit attribute values for a specific block B BLOCK Opens block dialogue box in order to make a block BATTMAN BATTMAN Opens block attribute manager BATTORDER BATTORDER Displays attribute order dialogue box BC BCLOSE Closes the block editor BCOUNT BCOUNT Counts the blocks in a drawing BE BEDIT Opens the edit block definition dialogue box EATTEXT EATTEXT Enhanced attribute extraction wizard to count blocks GATTE GATTE Global attribute edit of multiple blocks I INSERT Opens insert dialogue to insert a block -I INSERT Insert a block by name MINSERT MINSERT Insert block in rectangular array REFEDIT REFEDIT Edit a block reference in place REN RENAME Opens rename dialogue box to rename blocks, layers, etc W WBLOCK Write a block - for use in other drawings XLIST XLIST Lists type/block name/layer name/color/linetype of a nested object in a block or an xref Page 1 of 13 © 2007 H O MEM IC R O AutoCAD C ommand Shortcuts www.homemicro.co.uk C AD _003 TIPS 1. 2. 3. Create a new block on layer 0 so that the block will use the layer and properties of the current layer it is inserted on. Text can be set to colour white. Set ATTDIA to 1 to use dialog box with block attributes or 0 to use command line. AutoCAD 2006 allows you to change the insertion point on the fly. INSERT and select BASEPOINT. This allows you to pick anywhere in the drawing (and anywhere in the block you are inserting) as your new insertion point (basepoint). COMMON COMMANDS SHORTCUT COMMAND COMMENT A ARC Draw an arc AL ALIGN Align an object with another AP APPLOAD Opens application load dialogue box AR ARRAY Opens array dialogue box AUDIT AUDIT Audit drawing for errors AV DSVIEWER Opens ariel view of drawing B BLOCK Opens block dialogue box C CIRCLE Draw a circle CO COPY Copy an object CHA CHAMFER Chamfer between 2 non-parallel lines COL COLOR Opens select color dialogue box CUI Opens customise user interface dialogue D DIMSTYLE Opens dimstyle manager DC ADCENTER Opens designcenter DI DIST Check a distance ...
Students will learn the experience of product design by designing, building, and refining a piece of original furniture from scratch. Basic design principles such as ergonomics, mechanical robustness, and manufacturability will be taught in conjunction with traditional drawing skills and computer‐aided drafting techniques. Building techniques will be taught in the mockup and prototyping stages, beginning with handheld layout and cutting tools, progressing to machine‐powered hand tools and finally computer‐controlled fabricators, including 3D printing, waterjet and CNC mill. The final project will be a finished, finalized version of their furniture piece. Instructors Brian Chan (firstname.lastname@example.org) Hayami Arakawa (email@example.com) Materials Provided: White and graph paper, Mechanical and drawing pencils, Computer Ken Stone (firstname.lastname@example.org) Limit 10 students 12 units 4 Lectures – 4 Recitation – 4 Independent work layout tools Autodesk Inventor, OMAX software fabrication tools Office: MIT Hobby Shop W31‐031 Details $200 per student for building materials web.mit.edu/chosetec/www/furnitureclass/syllabus.htm Introduction ‐ Course Overview. Design principles 1 fulfilling a need or desire improving or replacing an existing product inventing a product for a new activity function(s) appeal/style Why furniture? Furniture specifics. tables, chairs, cabinets, beds novel categories of furniture? new inventions? Shop Assignments SAFETY SAFETY SAFETY wear safe clothing and protection have a clear mind using resources responsibly measurement and marking square protractor ruler + tape measure calipers understanding materials metal Acquire the following: OMAX Autodesk Inventor drawing paper (no lines, etc) graph paper mechanical pencil + eraser drawing pencils plastics wood paper + composites Do a little research. Take a trip on your own time to the Design Within Reach store and neighboring furniture stores in Central Square. Take note of your favorite furniture piece(s). Why do you like them? Start thinking of some interesting, novel, and/or improved furniture ideas. Draw a rough sketch of your idea(s).
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Whether the fuel filter/water separator is frame or engine-mounted, Racor brushless filter pumps offer the industry’s most advanced and robust electronic fuel management systems. Important system benefits include the possibility of variable flow fuel delivery and monitoring of the entire fuel system… even when the engine is not running. No more fuel leak-back issues, no more hard starts. This is the next generation of fuel management and conditioning, for the next generation of diesel engines. The Racor sensorless Digital Signal Processor (DSP) controller allows for precise fuel flow management and diagnostics tailored to customer specifications using flexible software routines. Precision control of fuel flow, current draw, motor rpm, and system pressure is possible using the internal DSP and/or with input from the Electronic Control Unit (ECU). DSP technology provides peripheral capabilities such as fault isolation and reporting of critical system parameters – in short, total fuel management for optimum engine performance. • Fixed speed operation – flow does not vary with load Most electric DC motors use carbon “brushes” to conduct the electrical current to the “commutator” that serves to sequentially polarize the motor windings and induce rotation. Racor’s brushless DC motor windings are sequentially polarized to rotate the pump shaft by high speed electronic switching, controlled by a DSP, not by brushes rubbing and making sparks on a metallic commutator. No brushes means nothing to wear out, and no possibility of brush debris in the fuel. Brushless motors are more efficient than brushed motors and have unsurpassed reliability and long life. The brushless motor’s shaft directly drives the gerotor gear, creating a unique, positive displacement pump assembly. • Variable speed operation – controlled by input signal from ECU • Built-in test and diagnostics with output signal capability • Design proven up to 26V DC, 10A continuous power • Automotive rated electronics inside the fuel pump • Resistant to vibration and can be engine mounted • Low current sleep mode eliminates need for a relay • 8-pole, 9-slot configuration • Flexible software to tailor control algorithms to customer needs • Rotor: cylindrical magnet and rotor • Rotor rotates outside stator
General Installation Instructions: 1. The pump should also be mounted on a solid component of the frame, positioned vertically so the motor is on top. If you do not have an in-line filter now you should make provisions for the placement of a fuel filter between the fuel tank and fuel pump. Two fuel filters would be highly recommended. Fuel filters should be larger in surface area to prevent starvation and the inlet/outlet of all filters and connections should never be smaller than that of the fuel pump. 2. Check for possible interference with suspension and/or chassis components through the full range of travel. 3. Check the lower portion of the pump in your chosen location - be certain it does not have a ground clearance problem or could possibly come in contact with debris that could be kicked up by the tire. 4. It is also recommended that all fuel lines be metal and you should avoid the use of rubber hose. Rubber hose in this location can be hazardous and the use of it is not advised. Route fuel lines away from any potential heat source, chaffiing, or road debris. Avoid tight bends and undersized fittings throughout the fuel line routing process. 5. Using the mounted bracket as a template, center punch and drill neccessary holes to mount the pump. 6. Electrical connection is standard, the black wire is ground and the orange/red wire is positive. To achieve optimum performance it is crucial the pump receive battery voltage (13.8 volts approx.) at all times. It is also strongly advised to use an oil pressure safety switch to shut the pump off if the engine is not running. 7. Always set the pressure regulator (see your pressure regulator instructions) before attempting to start the engine. Always use a fuel pressure gauge and check the gauge for accuracy often. 8. Fuel pump performance problems or failure is usually due to one of two problems: dirt and/or water. The clearances in a rotary vane fuel pump are extremely close and do not tolerate debris or corrosion - the presence of either element will severely impact the performance of your pump. Typically the fuel pressure will begin to fluctuate and the electrical amperage draw will increase. If you follow these instructions and perform routine maintenance on the fuel filter you can minimize future problems.