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“Miscellaneous” includes mass merchandisers, warehouse clubs, auto parts chains, oil companies/service stations and other outlets that may supply tires to a retail store, or are involved in the supply line from the tire manufacturers to the end user. Before the bottom dropped out of the market in the last quarter, there already was a sign that independent tire retailers were suffering as a whole. Nearly 47% of the dealers surveyed as part of MTD’s third-quarter “State of the Industry Survey” projected their tire sales, in dollars, would surpass their 2007 sales. In the 2007 survey, however, the number was almost 60%. Auto dealerships, 5.5% No tire distribution channel has grown faster in the last eight years than the auto dealerships. Car dealers sold 11 million replacement passenger tire units in 2008, the majority of those supplied by Dealer Tire LLC. But the channel’s growth may be affected more by the recession than any other channel. Coinciding with the decrease in vehicle production and sales was the decrease in franchised car dealerships. At the start of 2008, there were 20,700 new car dealerships in the U.S. NADA Chart 11 estimates there were between 19,700 and 19,900 dealerships left standing entering WAREHOUSE CLUB GROWTH the new year. It also projects a net decline of 900 more dealerships in 2009. Since 2004, the number of warehouse clubs in the However, the drop in dealerships is misleading, according to NADA, because not United States has increased by 14.3% (2% in 2008 vs. all dealerships are created equal. “In 1988, there were 7,007 dealerships with sales 2007). Costco Wholesale has grown the most, adding of less than 150 new vehicles per year. Today, there are only 3,336 such stores.” 73 stores in the last five years, an increase of 22.3%. Ford sells tires not only at its dealerships, but also through its Quick Lane Tire BJ’s Wholesale (16.1%) and Sam’s Club (9%) also & Auto Center network of close to 500 stores. The outlets sell OE brands such as have expanded. Goodyear, Continental and Michelin.
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Thank you for reading our guide to Dye Solar Cell (DSC) assembly. This tutorial was inspired by requests from Dye Solar Cell enthusiasts looking for a place to start. Some of them were scientist starting to investigate the technology, while others were professors who wanted to teach the assembly in training courses. Should you be in such a situation or not, we hope you will ﬁnd this tutorial to be useful, helping you to successfully make your own Dye Solar Cells! There are many ways of making a Dye Solar Cell, with many combinations of materials and designs. For instance, some people may make cells open to the air, while others may choose to deposit the titania on their own. Some may prefer natural dyes instead of ruthenium dyes, and carbon cathodes instead of platinum cathodes, to make inexpensive solar cells for school activities. This document attempts to cover all possible situations. Therefore, several methods described for obtaining the same part of a solar cell. The cathode, for example, can be made from platinum or carbon. In such a case, only one method...
Please type your answers to the following questions in a word processor; we will accept Word Documents (.doc, .docx), PDF documents (.pdf), or plaintext ﬁles (.txt, .rtf). If you prefer, you may write out the problems on a sheet of paper, scan it, and submit the scanned document as a PDF. Please place the ﬁle into your "Problem Set 2" folder in the submission tool prior to the due date. 1. (3 points) It is a bright, sunny day and you want to keep your shutter open for as long as possible. What is the most suitable ﬁlter to use for this purpose? 2. (3 points) The "Sunny 16" rule states that, on a bright and sunny day, you can set your camera’s exposure settings to which of the following? a) b) c) d) e) ISO 100, 1/100s, f/16 ISO 100, 1/200s, f/11 ISO 400, 1/6400s, f/4 All of the above None of the above 3. (3 points) Describe the symbol for focal plane location and the symbol for ﬁlter size. How do the two symbols differ? 4. (3 points) How might an image appear if you were to manually override the X-sync speed on an SLR camera and take a photograph with a ﬂash and a very high shutter speed? 5. (3 points) You notice that you have some dust on your digital SLR’s sensor. You remember from class that you can change one of the three exposure values (ISO, shutter speed, or f-number) to make the dust more visible. Which of these three should you change and how should you change it to make the dust visible? 6. (5 points) Does a lens that focuses by extending inward and outward change its focal length? Why or why not? 7. (5 points) What is exposure compensation? Explain why it would be unusual to use this feature when manipulating a camera's exposure settings in the manual mode. 8. (5 points) The Earth is three (3) times as far from the sun as the planet Mercury. Ignoring any atmospheric effects, how much more intense is light from the sun on Mercury than it is on the Earth? 9. (5 points) Explain why you must change your ...
MCP Combo II - Boeing MCP 1. Introduction 1.1 General MCP Combo II - Boeing MCP - features Boeing aircraft panel with full control complement: Default Boeing aircraft (add-on aircraft will be supported continuously, Level-D’s B767-300, PMDG’s B737NGX & 744, iFly 737NG). It is completely interface with MSFS9 and MSFSX through add-on software “VRiSim” which enables MCP Combo II - Boeing MCP - to perform full simulation with simple USB connection to your computer. MCP Combo II - Boeing MCP - is comprised of EFIS, MCP & COM part (Instrument Radio) to understand advanced flight controls for beginner and intermediate users starting flight simulation at a first step. Each part had push buttons, rotary knobs, toggle switches and 2 lines character type LCDs offering actual flight circumstance 1.2 Features - Boeing shaped configuration - Integrated unit with full radio stack function : EFIS part, MCP part, COM part SPD, VOR, HDG, ALT, V/S, Auto Pilot status display - COM 1/2, NAV 1/2, ADF, DME 1/2, TRN display Full metal enclosure plate and stand - USB 2.0 compliant connection for control interface Power source : D.C 5V D.C 5V adaptor is included in the package. - Decal buttons Day/Night mode select Built in Amber color LEDs for Night mode - Main power ON/OFF button - Compatible with Microsoft’s Flight Simulator X and 2004 Original Boeing (FSX & 2004) NOTE : Limited functions are available for Original Boeing - Compatible with Microsoft Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 Size & Weight Width: 50.5cm/19.9” Height: 13cm/5.1” Length: 11.5cm/4.5” Weight: 4Kg - 1 year warranty Copyright ©2012 VRinsight www.vrinsight.com VRinsight MCP Combo II - Boeing MCP - Copyright ©2012 VRinsight www.vrinsight.com VRinsight MCP Combo II - Boeing MCP 1.3 Display Configurations MCP Combo II – Boeing MCP - has configuration of Boeing style flight control panel. Its displaying area is divided into 2 windows; MCP part and Radio part. - MCP part displays SPD, HDG, ALT, V/S, A/T, F/D, VNAV, LNAV information - Radio part displays COM 1/2, NAV 1/2, ADF, DME 1/2, TRN information Copyright ©2012 VRinsight www.vrinsight.com
737-/600-/700-/800-/900-/900er Frequently Asked Questions All Installations Copyright © 2004/5/6/7 Ariane Development The Boeing Company All Rights Reserved Document Number D7-27371-700-ADS December 2004 Software Copyright : Ariane Studios Revision Number : 4 Revision Date : October 2007 WARNING ANY PAYWARE COMPANY, FREEWARE GROUP, WEBSITE, ISP OR PERSONS FOUND STEALING FILES, IDEAS OR COPYRIGHT MATERIAL OR ANY SITE OFFERING OUR FILES WILL BE PROSECUTED IN THE CRIMINAL COURTS OF THEIR COUNTRY. DON’T DISTRIBUTE OUR WORK UNLESS YOU HAVE A LICENSE IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO MAKE MONEY DISTRIBUTING OUR WORK SEND US AN E-MAIL REQUESTING A LICENSE TO DISTRIBUTE FAQ - Last updated: October 2007 Please check our web site http://www.arianedesign.com for further updates to the FAQ [c] Ariane Studios 2004/5/6/7 [c] ARIANE STUDIOS 2001/2/3. All Rights Reserved. 737 Operations FAQ Spetember 2007 INFORMATION SHEET This is the FAQ manual for the Boeing 737 Aircraft Series and Technical and/or Operations. This manual is intended for general use for operation of PC / Microsoft operating systems WIndows XP and Windows Vista. NB: USe of the term “INOP” or “Some systems options only available on OPS versions” indicates the current unavailablity of certain items due to version type limitations (non-OPS). Administrative Information Comments regarding this manual may be directed to: Mailing Address: Senior Technical Manager 737 Series e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org Please visit our forum for more information and guidance IMPORTANT IF YOU ARE A PILOT OR STUDENT INTENDING TO USE ANY OF OUR PRODUCTS FOR TRAINING, WHETHER AT HOME OR IN A TRAINING ESTABLISHMENT, YOU MUST CONTACT US FIRST BEFORE PROCEEDING AT ALL. Copyright © The Boeing Company. See title page for details.