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Frank A. Drews, Monisha Pasupathi, and David L. Strayer University ...

There is ample evidence that conversing on a cell-phone while driving affects driving performance negatively. Previous studies have found that cell phone use impairs the driving performance of younger adults (Alm & Nilsson, 1995; Briem & Hedman, 1995; Brookhuis, De Vries, & De Waard, 1991; Brown, Tickner, & Simmonds, 1969; Goodman et al., 1999; McKnight & McKnight, 1993; Redelmeier & Tibshirani, 1997; Strayer & Johnston, 2001; Strayer, Drews, & Johnston, 2003), and older adults (Strayer & Drews, 2003). The level of impairment can be compared to being intoxicated at a blood alcohol level of .08 (Strayer, Drews, & Crouch, 2003). Still unexamined is whether and how conversing on a cell phone differs from a conversation with a passenger. There are at least two competing hypotheses: One hypothesis is that there is no difference between cell-phone conversations and passenger conversations, and that both negatively affect driving performance. An alternative hypothesis is that the passenger in a passenger conversation shares the same situation as the driver. The passenger may monitor the surrounding traffic, and respond to changes in driving demands. This supportive behavior can be explicit, for example by referring to traffic dangers, or more implicit by moderating the conversational flow in response to increased difficulty of the driving task. Of course, this assumes that the passenger has at least a rudimentary understanding of potential dangers of traffic and the...

Ducati version2.2 page2 small - Bike Design

Scottoiler: Ducati Multistrada 1200 2010Scottoiler vSystem Installation Guide Note: The HCR (sold separately) is not compatible with this model, we recommend the Lube Tube instead The Dual Injector (sold separately) is not compatible with this model. Locate the vacuum – There is a vacuum point on the inlet tract. Remove the screw and replace with the Brass Spigot from the Scottoiler kit, using some RTV Silicon Sealant on the threads to ensure an airtight seal. Then press the Damper Elbow, part number 4, onto the spigot. For further information see our easy step installation guide - Vacuum Connections, General. 4. Push the vacuum damper elbow (part 4) securely onto the spigot. Hint: Lubricate damper elbow for easier installation. See picture below left Hint: Do not over tighten spigot. The RMV can be mounted on the frame or under the seat. The more vertical the RMV the better and remember to avoid exhaust and engine components. For further information, see our easy step installation guide – Reservoir Positions, General. See third picture Note: Looking from Right Hand Side of bike A dispenser using the dispenser plate and clip (parts 19 and 20) can be mounted using the slipper strip bolt under the swing arm. The delivery tubing can be routed alongside the brake line. For further information see our easy step installation guide - Dispenser Assemblies, General See picture bottom left These can be found at www.scottoiler.com Once fitted, fill and prime the system and set the adjuster knob to 'prime’. Start the engine and turn the adjuster knob until a flow of between 1 and 2 drops per minute is achieved. Check the condition of your chain after a ride, and then adjust as required. Note: Picture shows a similar Swingarm For best results clean your chain before fitting the Scottoiler using paraffin or similar. Then lightly oil the chain from the bottle using a rag or a brush, this allows the oil from the Scottoiler to reach both sides of the chain. 1 to 2 drops per minute will maintain this film of oil on the chain. If you have any further comments or queries, and are unable to resolve them using our website, please do not hesitate to call technical on 0141 955 1100 or email technical@scottoiler.com for assistance. Thank you. Scottoiler Ltd. 2 Riverside, Milngavie, Glasgow, G62 6PL Tel. 0141 955 1100 Fax. 0141 956 5896...

Ducati Torque Settings Engine.pdf - ducati.org

Coil retaining screw M6x1 10 Pulley flange retaining bolts M6x1 10 Rocker cover bolt M6x1 10 Exhaust manifold stud M6x1 10 LOCK 2 Vacuum gauge connection screw on cylinder head M6x1 5 LOCK 2 Evaporative emissions canister fitting on cylinder head M6x1 5 LOCK 2 Air breather fitting on horizontal cylinder head M6x1 5 LOCK 2 Air breather blanking screw on vertical cylinder head M6x1 10 LOCK 6 Intake manifold bolt M6x1 10 Bolts securing coolant unions to cylinder head M5x1 8 pre-applied Tecnologic 150 threadlocker Oil cartridge M16x1.5 11 Engine oil on gasket Oil cartridge nipple M16x1.5 42 LOCK 2 Oil pick-up pipe plug M14x1.5 24 LOCK 5 Oil drain plug M12x1.5 20 Clutch cover oilway blanking plug M10x1.5 15 LOCK 5 Neutral sensor M10x1.25 10 Oil pump adapter bolt M10x1 LOCK 5 Clutch cover inner oilway screw M10x1.5 15 LOCK 5 Cylinder head/barrel stud M10x1.5 25 LOCK 2 Gear stop lever bolt M8x1.25 18 LOCK 2 Blow-by valve bolt M6x1 10 Chain side secondary bearing retaining bolt M6x1 10 LOCK 2 Clutch side primary bearing retaining bolt M6x1 10 LOCK 2 Crankcase screw – idler area M6x1 10 Outer crankcase screw M6x1 9 Oil pick-up gauze filter bolt M6x1 14...

Ducati Monster Forums
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This document was designed by Michael_Gannon for the personal use of recording routine maintenance on his Ducati Monster. I don’t in any way claim that by following this maintenance schedule you will avoid any problems that may occur on any individual monster. In addition certain modifications done to individual Monsters may alter maintenance requirements. Adjust Clutch Linkage Adjust Rear Brake Pedal Adjust Throttle Cables Check Cush Drives Check Front Sprocket Plate Check For Loose Fasteners Check Break Pad Wear Adjust Tire Pressure Check Tire Wear Check/Adjust Battery Level Change Fork Oil Check Steering Bearing Play Check Chain Tension Change Fuel Filter Clean Fuel Tank Carburetor Idle Adjustment Carburetor Synchronization Change Air Filter Oil Pressure Check Compression Check Bleed Brakes Bleed Clutch Check/Adjust Brake Fluid Level Check/Adjust Clutch Fluid Level Targeted Belt Changes Check/Adjust Timing Belts Targeted Valve Adjustments Check Valve Clearance Clean Oil Pre-Filter Change Oil Filter Check/Adjust Oil Level MAINTENANCE 600 miles 1,000 miles 2,000 miles 3,000 miles 4,000 miles 5,000 miles 6,000 miles 7,000 miles 8,000 miles 9,000 miles 10,000 miles 11,000 miles 12,000 miles Adjust Clutch Linkage Adjust Rear Brake Pedal Adjust Throttle Cables Check Cush Drives Check Front Sprocket Plate Check For Loose Fasteners Check Break Pad Wear

Making Solar Cells - Cornell Center for Materials Research

Making Solar Cells1 from Household Materials (mostly :) Equipment and Materials List Safety Glasses (20+ pairs for students and instructors) Nitrile Gloves (Supreno, 15 pairs of small or medium for students, 5+ pairs of medium or large for instructors and others) Ten 1” glass squares with conductive coatings (indium tin oxide, ITO) on one side Degussa P25 titanium dioxide (TiO2) (at least 12 g) Clear, colorless dishwashing liquid Distilled white household vinegar (5% acetic acid, ~1 M) Tweezers (At least 6 pairs) Small metal spatulas (At least 6) Scotch “Magic” tape (at least 3 small dispensers) Glass stirring rods (at least 6) Boxes of small Kim-Wipes (at least 3) Paper towels (lots) Cotton swabs (one pack of 50-100) Eyedroppers (at least 6) 10 mL graduated cylinder 20 mL graduated cylinder Ethanol wash bottles (at least 3) Blender Deionized water wash bottles (at least 3) Oven capable of 450 °C Tongs for oven Three alumina sample boats for oven Fire brick where all three sample boats can cool Small glass petri dishes (at least 10) Graphite pencils (at least 5) Blackberries (at least 2 packs) Thin coffee filters (at least 5) Two filter setups (each consisting of a large glass funnel, a small glass funnel, a rubber stopper for the latter, and a lab stand)...

Product Review Cameron Abney and Associates BRS Sales & Services

Product Review Cameron Abney and Associates BRS Sales & Services Offering a complete system approach on all fire and water tube boilers since 1977 Operation Controls BRS offers customized combustion controls. State-of-the-art combustion control Burner Management Preferred Instruments BurnerMate Boiler Controls Customized digital panels Remote access 24/7 customer support Human/Machine/Interface (HMI) computer systems NFPA 70E PPE requirements NEMA rated enclosures UL listed parts PLC programming Operation and Repair Services Combustion calibration, optimizing firing rates and reduced emissions Startup analysis Corrosion/failure analysis Boiler burner management and combustion control repairs and upgrades Electrical control systems, using PLC HMI interface and meeting NFPA 70E PPE requirements Natural gas and oil fuel trains flow metering and measurement Feed water level control flow metering and monitoring Chemical feed systems analysis

Drill Pipe Market worth $46.8 Billion by 2018

[316 Pages] Report Oilfield Rental Market report categorizes the Equipment market for Oilfields Drilling Equipment (Drill pipe, Drill collars, Hevi-wate, Subs) Pressure & Flow Control Equipment (BOPs, Valves, Manifolds), Fishing Equipment & Geography – Forecasting – 2018 -A PDF

Informed Consent for Zoom!® Tooth Whitening Treatment - Dental ...

This information has been given to me so that I can make an informed decision about having my teeth whitened. I may take as much time as I wish to make my decision about signing this informed consent form. I have the right to ask questions about any procedure before agreeing to undergo the procedure. My dentist has informed me that my teeth are discolored and could be treated by in-office whitening (also known as “bleaching”) of my teeth. DESCRIPTION OF THE PROCEDURE Zoom! in-office tooth whitening is a procedure designed to lighten the color of my teeth using a combination of a hydrogen peroxide gel and a specially designed ultraviolet lamp. The Zoom! treatment involved using the gel and lamp in conjunction with each other to produce maximum whitening results in the shortest possible time. During the procedure, the whitening gel will be applied to my teeth and my teeth will be exposed to the light from the Zoom! lamp for 3 to 4, 15-minute sessions. During the entire treatment, a plastic retractor will be placed in my mouth to help keep it open and the soft tissues of my mouth (i.e., my lips, gums, cheeks and tongue) will be covered to ensure they are not exposed to either the gel or light. Lip balm (SPF rating: 30+) may also be applied as needed and I will be provided an ultraviolet light filter for my eyes. After the treatment is completed, the retractor and all gel and tissue coverings will be removed from my mouth. Before and after the treatment, the shade of my upper-front teeth will be assessed and recorded.

R122_G2000_Cargo - EDePro
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WHY THE OVERHAUL? The lifetime of the existing rocket has been extended for another 10 years Considerable range increment (see Diagram D-1) Saving of financial funds Packing of the rocket, launcher and logistics remain the same No additional training of personnel for its application is required The overhaul is easy, quick and carried out with the Customer The modification is primarily made in the pro pellant grain (which has th e shortest life). Th e new pr opellant gr ain is in one piece, st ar sh aped and i nhibited along the outer surface at one end. The roc ket propellant used in its production is the modern therm oplastic composite propell ant made accor ding to the original technology. The propellant has a s imilar burning temperature as the original one, but has a higher specific im pulse, which enables the use of the orig inal nozzle assembly. The propellant grain is not bounded to the new motor combust ion cham ber, whi ch enables the overhaul of the rocket to be performed at the premises of the End User. The overhaul of the r ocket is quick and easy wi thout requi ring any special technology or machinery. B y using a larg e number of components from the existing rockets wit h expir ed propel lant gr ain life, the overha ul saves a lot of m oney if compared to supply of new rockets. The outer appearance of the new r ocket remains the same as the original one. The conditions of storage, transportation and handling remain also the same. Main new rocket parts:...

Instructions for using the CenterStand Lift on the Kawasaki Vulcan ...

The Vulcan Classics present a problem since they have numerous obstructions that hang below frame level that can interfere with the CenterStand's operation. Proper location of the CenterStand is critical to safe operation. Please read these instructions carefully and have someone help you to hold the bike until you are comfortable performing the lift yourself. Lifting the 1500/1600 To lift the front wheel of the 1500 the CenterStand must push up on the engine cases. This is quite all right as the engine is strong enough and the CenterStand's rubber Frame Guard will protect it from damage. Position the CenterStand so that it will push on the engine in the flat area between the front two case bolts/ribs and push down on the handle to perform the lift. This area isn't perfectly flat but should provide a stable enough platform for light service or cleaning. Lifting the rear wheel is a little bit trickier and you want to make sure you get it right the first time since the oil filter is in the lifting area and placing the CenterStand wrong could damage it. Locate the two frame lugs that hang below the frame and position the CenterStand so that it contacts these lugs at their front edge (This can be tricky since they're small but I got used to it real quick). Lift the bike using the normal procedure, when the lift is complete and done correctly the CenterStand should be wedged in between the frame lugs and the engine/trans case. This is a very stable lift and the bike won't go anywhere.

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