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HDFG

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PLAIN-WEAVE FABRIC: In plain-weave fabric the warp and weft are aligned so that they form A simple criss-cross pattern. Plain-weave is strong and hardwearing, so It's used for fashion and furnishing fabrics. TWILL-WEAVE FABRIC: In twill-weave fabric the crossings of weft and warp are offset to give a Diagonal pattern on the fabric surface. It's strong, drapes well and is Used for jeans, jackets and curtains. SATIN-WEAVE FABRIC: In satin-weave fabric there is a complex arrangement of warp and weft Threads, which allows longer float threads either across the warp or the Weft. The long floats mean the light falling on the yarn doesn't scatter And break up, like on a plain-weave.The reflected light creates a Smooth, shiny surface commonly called
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Production an Operation MNG

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N-total # of containers

D-planned usage rate of using work center

T-avg waiting time

X-policy variable

C-capacity

N=DT(1+X)/C

D-demand,usually in units x12 to get it

S-ordering cost

H-holding(carrying) cost per unit per yr

P-price

Annual carrying cost=Q/2xH

Annual ordering cost=D/2xS

TC=Q/2xH+D/QxS Present TC=u/2xH+D/uS

Length of order=Q/D

Q=sqr2DS/H

Q/#x100=space needed

Savings=Presents TC-TC at EOQ

Period months or #

Forecast- given

-Output

Regular

Overtime

*subcontract

Output forecast = (Regular + Subcontract+overtime) - Forecast

-Inventory

Beg

End

Avg

*backlog= when the inventory is negative

-cost

Regular

Overtime

*subcon

Inventory=Avgx$

Back orders

Total Costs

Aircraft systems

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c)Comment On the use polymers in construction giving examples of their use and describe The problems presented by the use of polymers in the event of a fire.

Answers 5 c):

Polymers are more common in the Construction industry than ever before and composite materials can offer good Strength to weight ratios as well as good levels of durability. GRP can offer alternative Bridge design options, particularly in remote areas where large section can be Flown in by helicopter and erected in shorter time periods. Other examples Include:

  • Window frames – UPVC

  • Rain-water goods – UPVC

  • Waste systems – UPVC / ABS

  • Glazing – Acrylics

  • Cold-water cisterns – Glass reinforced polyester

  • Cavity insulation – Polystyrene bats

  • Sealants are specified with a movement

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Infraspinatus and radiobrachialis

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Adductor longus

Biceps

Brachioradialis

Coracobrachialis

Constrictors

deltoid

diaphragm

diagastric

Ext. Intercostal

ext obli

Flexor digitorum Superficialis-fxn, I, i

Flexor digitorum Profundus

Gastrocnemius

geniohyoid—

genioglossus

glut min

glut max

glut med

geniohyoid—

genioglossus

hyoglossus—

hyoglossus

Int. Intercostal

int obli

iliacus—

iliocostalis

infraspinatus

inf gemellus

interspinales

intertransversarii

lat dorsi

levator scapulae

levator costarum

longissmus

Lumbricals

mylohyoid

masseter

med, lat pterygoid

multifidus

oblique cap sup

oblique cap inf

obtr internus

omohyoid

Pectoralis major

Peroneus longus

pyramidalis

pectinate

papillary

psoas maj--

psoas min

piriformis

quad femoris

quad lumb

rect abd

Rectus femoris

rhomboid maj

rhomboid min-fxn

rectus cap post maj

rectus cap post min

rotatores

sup

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Composition environment

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3.Hierarchy: Achieved by determining dominance or emphasizing one design element over another.  In some cases, it's obvious which elements need to be most dominant. The designer will arranged order by controlling size, placement, color and balance of these elements. Important that one element be dominant to give the viewer focal point.


Balance - Symmetric
- similar design elements are aligned in an equal way on either side of a vertical axis.
- more formal
- often achieved by balancing positive with negative space or form with counter form
Balance - Asymmetric
- unequal arrangement of elements
- look more casual
- achieving asymmetrical balance is more difficult because the visual weight of each element and their arrangements need to be carefully
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cm2

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INTRODUCTION What Is a project (definition, brief description)? A project it is a single, Complex,, unique task, that is limited in costs and time, and has predefined Goals, and assigned sources. It starts from an idea that´s needs to be prepare And plan, be performed to achieved a goal in a fixed cost/time/quality arrangement In a temporary enterprise (high intensity of human and materials resources, Unique aims, unique participants, unique tools).Who are the direct and indirect Involved participants of a construction project? Direct: •Client•Designer (Architect, Structural Engineer, Civil Engineer, Mechanical engineer, Electrical engineer) •Contractor (General Contractor, Subcontractors) Indirect: •Authorities (Public services) •Financing
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Mercator chart

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Unit 6: Curve Sketching

Ex 1) Analyze & Sketch f(x) = 2x3-3x2-3x+2

Domain: D={XER}                                -1| 2, -3, -3, 2

Intercepts: 0=2³-3²-3+2                                    -2, 5, 2  

              0=0             (x+1)                         2, -5, 2, 0    

Y-int:                                                  (x+1)(2x²-5x+2)=0

 f(0) = 2                                               (x+1)(x-2)(2x+1)=0

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Content

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PRINCIPLE

DESCRIPTION

LAYOUT

The interface should be a series of areas on the screen that are used consistently for different purposes

CONTENT AWARENESS

Users should always be aware of where they are in the system and what information is being displayed

AESHETICS

Interfaces should be functional inviting users through careful use of white space, colours and fonts. There is often a trade off between including enough white space to make the interface look pleasing without losing so much space that important information does not fit on the screen

USER EXPERIENCE

Although ease of use and ease of learning often lead to similar design decisions, there is sometimes a trade-off between the 2, novice users or infrequent users of software will prefer ease of learning,

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Convince someone sth

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T0 (sth always true) IF+PRESNT. S.+,+PRESENT S.

T1 (real and possible situations) IF+ PRESENT S, +,+ WILL+ B.F.
T2 (unreal or impossible things) IF+PAST S+,+Would/Could/Might+BF
T3 (didn´t happend past) IF+ PAST PERFC,+,+W/C/M+HAVE +PAST PARTIC
Big difference(much/for+comp) small difference(a bit/a little/no+comp) surprise(even + comp)   
gradual changes(comp+and+comp - the+comp+sentence+the+comp+sentence) "AS...AS" (Just-almost/nearly-nothing like/nowhere near)
I wonder/I´d like to know/can-could you tell me/would you mind telling me/can I ask you/have you any idea/do you know

Aircraft systems

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What are the fire protection requirements of construction materials according to Council Directive 89/106/EEC? The Construction works must be designed and built in such a way that in the event Of an outbreak of fire: · the load-bearing capacity of the construction can be Assumed for a specific period of time; · the generation and spread of fire and Smoke within the works are limited; · the spread of fire to neighbouring Construction works is limited; ·occupants can leave the works or be rescued by Other means; ·the safety of rescue teams is taken into consideration. ·The Classification or availability of the structures should be considered based on The fire protection levels, and using data from reaction to fire tests. (MSZ EN 1364 1-

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