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http://www.westhillconsulting-career.com/blog/2014/03/10/7-tips-revamp-job-search-2014/ Experts foresee the job market being more competitive than ever in 2014. With 10.9 million Americans unemployed, it is important to take a fresh look at your job search strategy. Now is the perfect time to develop an effective plan for success. How can you set yourself apart from the competition and position yourself for finding the best next step in your career? Here are seven tips to help you refresh and refocus your job search in 2014: For more information: http://www.flickr.com/groups/westhillconsulting-career/ http://pages.rediff.com/westhill-consulting-and-employment/1928915 http://www.shelfari.com/groups/103742/about
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Years of experience in engineering professional construction power tools at our in-house facility in Idstein, Germany • On average, we speak to 20,000 users every year as part of the product development process • A comprehensive understanding of the real applications that our users perform enables us to generate product features that are a genuine benefit to our users INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS Years of experience in designing and manufacturing world class drilling solutions for the construction industry at our in-house facility in Buchlberg, Germany • Simulation software developed in partnership with the automotive industry • Industry leading application-based testing facilities • To support our users and drive our industry forward, DEWALT consistently develop truly innovative products, across multiple categories • This technical strength is regularly recognised by international design awards COMPLETE PROFESSIONAL QUALITY PRODUCT RANGE • DEWALT is a full range power tool and accessories supplier for the building contractor and professional tradesman • Cutting edge drilling accessories manufacture • Award winning design In-house design and manufacture ensures that the quality of DEWALT drilling solutions exceeds the requirements of the most demanding professional applications USER LOYALTY • The cast-iron DEWALT guarantee and premium service network ensure that our users have faith in the quality of our products. First-time buyers will become loyal DEWALT users • DEWALT is heavily involved in end-user events across Europe - building our brand reputation, and generating huge excitement around our diverse product portfolio 1 CONTENT FEATURES QUICK REFERENCE PRODUCT QUICK REFERENCE PRODUCT INNOVATIONS
01 July 2008 The BMP085 digitalPage 1 sensor is functionally compatible to the existing Bosch pressure Sensortec SMD500 digital pressure sensor. Product photos andofpictures such for © Bosch Sensortec GmbH reserves all rights even in the event of industrial property rights. We reserve all rights disposal are illustration purposes only and registered from the real product’s appearance. as copying and passing on to third parties. BOSCH and the symbol aremay differ trademarks of Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany. Specifications Specifications are subject to change without notice. are subject to change without notice. BMP085 Data sheet Bosch Sensortec BMP085 Digital pressure sensor Key features Pressure range: Supply voltage: 300 ... 1100hPa (+9000m ... -500m above sea level) 1.8 ... 3.6V (VDDA) 1.62V ... 3.6V (VDDD) LCC8 package: Robust, ceramic lead-less chip carrier (LCC) package Small footprint: 5.0mm x 5.0mm Super-flat: 1.2mm height Low power: 5µA at 1 sample / sec. in standard mode Low noise: 0.06hPa (0.5m) in ultra low power mode 0.03hPa (0.25m) ultra high resolution mode < 0.1m possible with software averaging algorithm - Temperature measurement included - I2C interface - Fully calibrated - Pb-free, halogen-free and RoHS compliant, - MSL 1 New features comparison Smaller package height Faster conversion time (standard mode each) Faster I2C data transfer Extended min. supply voltage Lower stand-by current (typ.) External clock BMP085 1.2mm 7.5ms (max.) max. 3.4MHz min. 1.8V 0.1µA not necessary SMD500 1.55mm 34ms max. 400kHz min. 2.2V 0.7µA necessary Typical applications • Enhancement of GPS navigation (dead-reckoning, slope detection, etc.) • In- and out-door navigation • Leisure and sports • Weather forecast • Vertical velocity indication (rise/sink speed) Rev. 1.0 Page 2 01 July 2008 © Bosch Sensortec GmbH reserves all rights even in the event of industrial property rights. We reserve all rights of disposal such as copying and passing on to third parties. BOSCH and the symbol are registered trademarks of Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany. Specifications are subject to change without notice. BMP085 Data sheet Bosch Sensortec BMB085 general description The BMP085 is the fully pin- and function compatible successor of the SMD500, a new generation of high precision digital pressure sensors for consumer applications. The universal C-code SMD500/BMP085 (“BMP085_SMD500_API”) is fully upward compatible to SMD500 and recognizes automatically the device ID. Customers already working with the SMD500 pressure sensor are invited to contact Bosch Sensortec as soon as they intend to switch-over to the BMP085 sensor for getting first-hand support. The ultra-low power, low voltage electronics of the BMP085 is optimized for use in mobile phones, PDAs, GPS navigation devices and outdoor equipment. With a low altitude noise of merely 0.25m at fast conversion time, the BMP085 offers superior performance. The I2C interface allows for easy system integration with a microcontroller. The BMP085 is based on piezo-resistive technology for EMC robustness, high accuracy and linearity as well as long term stability. Robert Bosch is the world market leader for pressure sensors in automotive applications. Based on the experience of over 150 million pressure sensors in the field, the BMP085 continues a ...
One of the more commonly misunderstood aspects of Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) is how to select the correct size fuel injectors, fuel pump and Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor for a particular engine horsepower output. The following information is intended to offer a very brief tutorial on properly selecting the most common EFI components. FUEL INJECTORS First and foremost, adding larger fuel injectors alone will NOT create extra horsepower! The purchase of larger fuel injectors should only be considered when your engine has exceeded the horsepower capacity of the existing fuel injectors, at which point larger injectors are then required to SUPPORT the additional horsepower. If you add largerthan-stock injectors to an otherwise stock engine, you should not expect any horsepower increase whatsoever. The nominal injection pressure for most Ford EFI systems is 39.15psi (270kPa) “across the injector.” The term “across the injector” takes manifold pressure and fuel rail pressure into account, and is usually referred to as “delta pressure.” (See “Measuring Fuel Pressure” below for more details.) Ford Racing’s fuel injectors are always rated at 39.15psi delta, so the fuel injector sizing discussions found below will assume a fuel pressure of at least 39.15psi delta. There are some exceptions to the above-mentioned nominal injection pressure. In relatively recent years, emissions regulations have become so stringent that the government is now regulating the emissions output that gasoline vehicles are allowed to produce even when the engine is not running! This is referred to as “evaporative emissions” and results from unburned hydrocarbons (raw fuel) emitting into the atmosphere from the fuel tank, fuel lines, injector leakage, intake manifold, etc. when the engine is shut off. This is the fundamental purpose of the charcoal canister (and hydrocarbon trap in the air-box on many vehicles) and is also the reason that Ford switched to the Returnless Fuel Systems (RFS) found in production vehicles today. These systems have only a fuel supply line from the tank to the engine, with no return line. The primary reason for these systems is that evaporative emissions increase as the temperature of the fuel in the tank increases. On a conventional return system, the fuel is sent to the engine through the supply line, and the excess is returned (via the mechanical fuel pressure regulator) to the tank through the return line. Since the engine is hot, this process heats up the fuel and thus increases evaporative emissions. To combat this, the returnless fuel systems were invented. Currently, Ford uses 2 primary types of RFS which are called Electronic Returnless Fuel System (ERFS) and Mechanical Returnless Fuel System (MRFS). The latter is the simpler of the two systems and controls the fuel rail to a constant pressure via a regulator in the tank, which is typically set to around 60psi. The Powertrain ...
Improvements in the fuel injection systems of internal combustion engines can substantially reduce the emission of harmful pollutants. The fuel injection system produces the spray, which directly affects the combustion of the fuel, which in turn determines the production of pollutants. However, the details of this causal relationship remain unclear. The goal of this project is to understand the flow inside fuel injector nozzles and the implications for the downstream spray. The project began with a literature review which was helpful in identifying the relative importance of phenomena such as turbulence and cavitation. Preliminary simulations of steady, incompressible nozzle flow were run with a commercial computational fluid dynamics code. The results suggested that cavitation was likely occurring inside many fuel injector nozzles. Next, an experiment was performed to identify cavitation in working Diesel fuel injectors. The results of this investigation were consistent with the presence of cavitation in the injector nozzles. The project then turned towards understanding and more detailed modeling of cavitation in nozzles. An existing analytical cavitation model was validated and extended to provide analytical estimates of the nozzle exit flow profile. For additional insight into cavitating nozzle flow, a fully compressible, two-dimensional, computational model was developed. The model, known as Cavalry, assumed that the fluid is homogeneously mixed on the sub-grid scale and that the two phases are in homogenous equilibrium. The model was used to study cavitation in a variety of nozzle shapes. Cavalry was validated with experimental data for nozzle flow and exit velocity. The model was also used to study cavitation between the injector needle and seat. In order to study the effects of asymmetry, the computer model was used to simulate an asymmetric cavitating slot. The asymmetric calculations demonstrated strong, ...
Northjersey.com A recent meeting with a client reminded me that while the vocabulary of our industry may be second nature to those of us in the industry, it may feel like a foreign language, creating the first barrier to understanding, for those of you trying to navigate the health insurance arena. Therefore, today we will offer a user-friendly listing of the terms you may encounter. PREMIUM – The money you pay to have an insurance product. Similar to when you check out at the grocery store and pay for your sacks of groceries, premium is what you pay for the product you purchased. DEDUCTIBLE – Deductible is the amount of money you will pay out of your pocket before the health insurance plan starts to pay. Deductibles can vary by carrier, and plan. The Medicare Part A (Hospital coverage) deductible in 2014 is $1,216 per benefit period. The Medicare Part B (Medical IE: Doctor appointments etc) deductible in 2014 is $147 per year.
Job hunting after a job loss can be tough. Maybe you loved your old job. Maybe you hated it. Either way, being laid off is a shock. If you plan a careful job search, you have a better chance of landing a great next job. Follow these tips to make your job search a success.
Managed currencies attract money to frontier markets Frontier markets with managed exchange rates from Dubai to Vietnam are luring equity investors fleeing the currency turmoil in larger developing economies. Funds that buy shares in the less-developed nations posted inflows of $407 million in the first six weeks of 2014, while $21 billion was pulled from emerging markets, EPFR Global data show. A gain of about 3 percent in the MSCI Frontier Market Index this year pushed stocks to a 2008 high Feb. 19, even as slower China growth and the Federal Reserve’s plan to trim bond buying weighed on developing and developed-nation gauges.