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Leica TS15 User Manual

LEICA TS15 USER MANUAL

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NGHIÊN CỨU ẢNH HƯỞNG CỦA DÒNG VEN BỜ TỚI ỔN ĐỊNH CỦA VẬT LIỆU ĐÁ HỘC TRONG BẢO VỆ CHÂN KÈ ỨNG DỤNG CHO CÔNG TRÌNH ĐÊ CÁT HẢI HẢI PHÒNG

NGHIÊN CỨU ẢNH HƯỞNG CỦA DÒNG VEN BỜ TỚI ỔN ĐỊNH CỦA VẬT LIỆU ĐÁ HỘC TRONG BẢO VỆ CHÂN KÈ ỨNG DỤNG CHO CÔNG TRÌNH ĐÊ CÁT HẢI HẢI PHÒNG

nhám tng đ i c a h tV i tgφ ≈ 1 đ i v i đá, d n t i giá tr v n t c t i h n cao h n nhi u, th m chí khi v nt c c c tr c a dòng r i đTc thay cho giá tr trung bình.ng t c ng đúng cho cân b ng mô men xung quanh đi m A nh trên Hình 1-5.i u này còn ph c t p h n do trong th c t các ph n nhô ra c a t ng viên đá tính toánl n h n l p b o v b ng đá x p xung quanh cho nên càng n đ nh h n. Trên hình vcho th y nh hng c a ph n nhô ra đ i v i giá tr ψ c xác đ nh b ng thí nghi m(Breusers/Raudkivi, 1991, ho c xem Wiberg/Smith, 1987). S khác nhau gi a ph nnhô ra c a viên đádi đáy dòng ch y nói riêng và s khác nhau gi a kích thhình d ng c a v t li u t nhiên nói chung đã làm n y sinh phc vàng pháp phân tích s
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PL2303 WINDOWS DRIVER USER MANUAL V1 9 0

PL2303 WINDOWS DRIVER USER MANUAL V1 9 0

the accuracy and completeness of this document and shall in no event be liable for any loss of profit or any other commercialdamage, including but not limited to special, incidental, consequential, or other damages. No part of this document may bereproduced or transmitted in any form by any means without the express written permission of the manufacturer.PL2303 Windows Driver Users ManualFor Driver Installer v1.8.0 ReleaseFor Microsoft Windows Operating Systems3.The PL-2303 Driver Installer program will then start to install the drivers needed. Click the Finishbutton to close the InstallShield program.4.Plug in the USB to Serial adapter to the PC USB port. Windows should detect the driver as“Prolific USB-to-Serial Comm Port”. Go to Device Manager and check for the device and theCOM port number assigned by Windows. You can also check the driver version by right-clickingon the “Prolific USB-to-Serial Comm Port” device and select Properties and Driver tab.Prolific Technology Inc.- 13 of 20 -October 28, 2013All information herein is subject to change without prior notice. Prolific Technology Inc. does not make any warranties regardingthe accuracy and completeness of this document and shall in no event be liable for any loss of profit or any other commercialdamage, including but not limited to special, incidental, consequential, or other damages. No part of this document may be
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SIMV là gì( Thông khí bắt buộc khi có sự gián đoạn trong đường thở)

SIMV LÀ GÌ( THÔNG KHÍ BẮT BUỘC KHI CÓ SỰ GIÁN ĐOẠN TRONG ĐƯỜNG THỞ)

Conclusion Both inhalation and balanced general anesthesia frequently allow patients to initiate breaths on their own. When patients are able to initiate breathing, the ventilator should allow such breaths without the concern that the patient will fight the ventilator or buck on the endotracheal tube. When a patient is able to breath but has a decreased rate resulting from narcotic administration, SIMV provides a method of augmenting the respiratory rate. SIMV is well suited to general anesthesia when narcotics, relaxants, or inhalation agents are employed to varying degrees during the course of the anesthetic. From the Ventilation Series Clinical Focus by DatexOhmeda Synchronized Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation A technique to assist ventilation during anesthesia ED4130B12 02 1 © 2002 DatexOhmeda, Inc. All rights reserved. Subject to change without notice. Printed in USA. Datex®, Ohmeda®and other trademarks are property of Instrumentarium Corp. or its subsidiaries. All other product and company names are property of their respective owners. DatexOhmeda, Inc. P.O. Box 7550, Madison, WI 537077550, USA Tel. 800 345 2700 • Fax 608 221 4384 clinical.affairsus.datexohmeda.com Please visit our websites for additional educational material www.datexohmeda.com •www.us.datexohmeda.com Additional reading: 1. Bratzke E, Downs J, Smith R. Intermittent CPAP. A New Mode of Ventilation during General Anesthesia. Anesthesiology 1998;89:334340 2. Dambrosio M, Roupie E, Mollet J, Anglade M, Vasile N, Lemaire F, Brochard L. Effects of Positive Endexpiratory Pressure and Different Tidal Volume on Alveolar Recruitment and Hyperinflation. Anesthesiology 1997;87:495503 3. Rathegeber J. Grundlagen der maschinellen Beatmung: Handbuch für Ärzte und Pflegepersonal. Aktiv Druck Verlag. Göttingen 1999 4. Mecklenburgh, J, Mapleson W. Ventilatory assistance and respiratory muscle activity. Interaction in healthy volunteers. Br. J. Anaesth. 1998; 80:422433 Guest Editors George Arndt, MD Professor of Anesthesiology Department of Anesthesiology University of Wisconsin at Madison, Madison, WI Eric Peters, MD Resident in Anesthesiology Department of Anesthesiology University of Wisconsin at Madison, Madison, WI Synchronized Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation Impact on Anesthesia Practice While new ventilation strategies are frequently introduced into pulmonary medicine first, some modes do find there way into anesthesia practice. Among the most recent additions to anesthesia are Pressure Control Ventilation, Pressure Support Ventilation, and Synchronous Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation (SIMV), the subject of this Clinical Focus, produced by the Department of Clinical Affairs. First used to overcome patients who were “fighting the ventilator,” or to assist in weaning patients from mechanical ventilation in the intensive care unit, SIMV has evolved into an adjunct for both balanced and inhalation anesthesia and is included on many newer anesthesia ventilators. SIMV is designed to provide assured rates and tidal volumes in a manner that is not competitive to the patient’s own spontaneous efforts. By synchronizing, the ventilator reduces both the tendency to fight the ventilator and the need for sedation or narcosis for the patient to be able to tolerate mechanical ventilation. How does SIMV differ from continuous mandatory ventilation (CMV)? The most significant difference between CMV and SIMV is in the ability of SIMV to both sense and rapidly respond to a patient’s own breathing efforts. In conventional CMV, historically employed as Volume Control Ventilation (VCV), the ventilator initiates a time cycled ventilation irrespective of any patient initiated breath. If a patient’s breath happens to coincide with the mechanical ventilation, the impact may be minimal. On the other hand, when the mechanical ventilation interrupts a patient’s own exhalation, the resulting abrupt and unexpected rise in airway pressure may produce conditions where the patient “fights” the ventilator. This may also occur as the patient attempts to terminate a mechanical ventilation. Either condition may produce unacceptable ventilation requiring additional intervention. Synchronizing the patient’s efforts with those of the ventilator provides a clinically significant advantage. SIMV allows the ventilator to sense a patient’s own breathing and permit spontaneous breathing between mechanical ventilations while assuring sufficient mandatory breaths should the patient’s own rate fall below a preset value. This combination can maintain a more appropriate minimum minute ventilation. Because of the synchronization provided in SIMV mode, the ventilator will assist a patient’s own breath when that breath falls within the synchronization window as specified by the operator. These synchronized ventilations overcome difficulties experienced when patients attempt to compete with CMV mode ventilations. When is SIMV helpful? The value of SIMV during anesthesia differs slightly from the value this mode provides in the intensive care setting. In the ICU, SIMV has traditionally been used to wean a patient from mechanical ventilation. During anesthesia, SIMV is used when a patient’s respiratory rate or tidal volume change in relationship to changes in the depth of inhalation anesthesia or when additional intravenous agents are administered in the middle of a general anesthetic. SIMV allows the user to select a minimum mechanical ventilation rate as well as the minimum mechanical tidal volume. Patient initiated breaths that occur outside the synchronization window result in additional minute volumes in excess of the SIMV set minimum values. If, for some reason, the patient’s own respiratory rate decreases, the ventilator will continue to provide the set tidal volume at the SIMV rate selected. In some ways, the use of SIMV in anesthesia represents a backup ventilation capability for spontaneously breathing patients. During the course of general anesthesia, various agents can affect the overall respiratory rate and volume. Among these are narcotics (decreased rate), inhalation agents (altered rate and tidal volume), neuromuscular blocking agents (decreased volume and rate), sedative (decreased rate and volume), or any combination of these drugs. The application of SIMV is well suited to managing these situations providing for an assured minimum volume. How to initiate SIMV. The use of SIMV is very similar to CMV. If implemented as SIMV (Volume Mode), an appropriate mandatory tidal volume and a minimum mechanical ventilation rate must be selected. This determines the minimum minute volume that the ventilator will provide. When selecting the ventilator rate, the patient’s spontaneous rate must be considered. If the SIMV rate is set at a high rate which lowers the PaCO 2below the patient resting PaCO2 , apnea will result negating the benefit of SIMV. If the SIMV rate is set above the patient’s own respiratory rate the result is complete mechanical ventilation or CMV. The objective of SIMV is to provide a measure of ventilation backup while permitting spontaneous breathing to continue. Unlike Volume Control Ventilation, setting an I:E ratio is not required. In SIMV the inspiratory time is used to establish the timing of the breath. With spontaneously breathing patients, the I:E ratios will be altered as the patient’s respiratory rate and rhythm changes. SIMV can be combined with Pressure Support Ventilation (PSV) to provide both a backup support ventilation strategy and may also be implemented as SIMV (Pressure Mode).
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OPENADR 2.0A CERTIFICATION TEST HARNESS USER MANUAL

OPENADR 2.0A CERTIFICATION TEST HARNESS USER MANUAL

The test harness certificate stores are configured as follows:• Truststore contains both root and intermediate certs• Keystores used by the test harness when playing the the role of a VEN or VTN containthe device cert and private key.VENs being submitted for certification must have host authentication of the x.509 certificate CN fielddisabled to avoid needing to reconfigure the test harness server certificates. The VTN test certificatesused as part of the test harness have been generated with an CN name of "vtn". As long as the deviceunder test has host authentication disabled, these certificates will work correctly in the test harness. It isbeyond the scope of this manual to provide detailed guidance for rebuilding trust and keystore files withnew certificates on the test harness.Please review the following helpful hints in the following section prior to doing security testing: DisablingHost Verification.14Helpful HintsPlease note the following:Active Event Indicator – A number of test cases will ask the test operator to observe thetransition of an event to Active using the Active Event indicator. However, if you have access to a DUTControl Panel that shows the start and end of an event, as well as the eventStatus, it may not benecessary to actually wait for an event to end if you can see from the DUT console that the event hasbeen scheduled to end at a specific time. Judgment must be exercised!Set polling to 10 seconds – For Pull VENs, set the polling interval to around 10 seconds. The testcases deal in events that are just minutes long, so a longer poll time may result in false failures.Time Synchronization – While all the payload validation is based on the createdDateTime in thepayload, some false failures may occur if there is a delta between the time on the Device Under Test and
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Hướng dẫn tạo user và phân quyền trên Linux

HƯỚNG DẪN TẠO USER VÀ PHÂN QUYỀN TRÊN LINUX

Quản lí user và phân quyền trên linuxNội dung:1 User2 group3 tập lệnh quản lí user và group4 những file liên quan đến user và group5 quyền hạn6 các lệnh liên quan đến quyền hạn1.User User là người có thể truy cập đến hệ thống. User có username và password. Có hai loại user: super user và regular user. với tài khoản super user : root có thể làm bất cứ điều gì muốn trên hệ thống. Để tạo một người dùng mới, thay đổi thuộc tính của một người dùng cũng như xóa bỏ một người dùng chỉ khi có quyền của một siêu người dùng. Mỗi user còn có một định danh riêng gọi là UID. Định danh của người dùng bình thường sử dụng giá trị bắt đầu từ 500.
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Automotive mechanics (volume I)(part 1, chapter1) motor vehicle components

Automotive mechanics (volume I)(part 1, chapter1) motor vehicle components

Volume 1 commences with an introduction to motor vehicles which includes workshop practices and the use of tools. It then covers engine operation; engine systems; manual transmissions; drives; running gear; suspension; steering and general maintenance requirements. It concludes with electrical fundamentals and basic electrical systems.Contents1 Motor vehicle components 3Mechanical arrangements4Sections of a motor vehicle4The engine assembly5Vehicle construction5The drive train6Transmissions9Running gear10Electrical system13Body and associated parts13Names of components and parts15Technical terms15Review questions15
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TIỆU ĐÀO TẠO MÁY CHUẨN ĐOÁN Ô TÔ GSCAN USER MANUAL

TIỆU ĐÀO TẠO MÁY CHUẨN ĐOÁN Ô TÔ GSCAN USER MANUAL

GIT Co., Ltd. owns the intellectual property including but not limited to patents, trademarks andcopyright contained in this users manual. No part of this manual may be photocopied, reproduced,or translated to another language in any way without the prior written consent of GIT Co., Ltd.Purchase of this users manual shall not be assumed as granting or transferring the rights toutilize intellectual property of GIT Co., Ltd. contained in this manual.Disclaimer By use of this product, you acknowledge that the product is provided "as is" and "with possiblefaults, defects and errors" and that all use of the Product is at your own risk.Even though the product has been extensively tested and evaluated, GIT Co., Ltd. cannotguarantee it will work correctly as intended with every system in every vehicle. GIT Co., Ltd. willdo our best to fix any bugs and to bring enhancements to the product, but we specifically disclaimany liability for damage to the car and yourself.GIT Co., Ltd. reserves the right to change or modify the content of this instruction manual for both4G-scan User Manualtechnical and non technical product enhancement without notice. This may include scan toolgraphic displays, vehicle coverage, supported functions and operating procedures. Hardware mayalso be modified, altered or redesigned or may differ from the descriptions and illustrationsdisplayed in this manual.
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FM8800S D OPERATOR S MANUAL J 6 8 10

FM8800S D OPERATOR S MANUAL J 6 8 10

FeaturesThe FURUNO FM-8800D/8800S is a cost-effective all-in-one marine VHF radiosystem consisting of a 25 W VHF radiotelephone, a DSC modem, and a CH 70watch receiver. It complies with GMDSS carriage requirements for safety andgeneral communications.The FM-8800D offers full-duplex voice communications and the FM-8800Soffers simplex voice communication on ITU channels in the marine mobile VHFband. The features include Dual Watch which allows a continuous watch onCH16 and another selected frequency.Full Class-A DSC functions are provided for distress alert transmission andreception, as well as the general call formats (Individual telephone, All Ships,and Group call). Distress alert can be readily transmitted but an arrangement isprovided to prevent accidental activation. The FM-8800D/8800S maintains acontinuous watch on CH70 even while another VHF channel is in use. Aural andvisual alarms are given to incoming DSC messages.The main features of the FM-8800D/8800S are• Compact cabinet allows for flexible and space-saving installation on anavigation console or at the conning position• Conforms to the following standards and regulations:IMO A.385 (X), A.524 (13), A.694 (17), A.803 (19)IMO MSC 68 (68) A1/A2/A3/A4, MSC/Cir.682ITU-R M.489-2, M.493-11, M.541-9, M.689-2, M.821-1IEC60945 (Ed.4), 61162-1 (July 2000)EN300 338 (V1.2.1), 300 828 (V1.1.1), 300 698-1 (V1.3.1)EN301 033 (V1.2.1), 301 925 (V1.2.1)• Precision PLL frequency synthesizer for high frequency stability as required forDSC operation• Dual Watch and Multiple Watch
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BUILDING E COMMERCE SOLUTIONS WITH WOOCOMMERCE

BUILDING E COMMERCE SOLUTIONS WITH WOOCOMMERCE

Some of Prospress' most well-known extensions are WooCommerce Subscriptionsand WooCommerce One Page Checkout—both available from woothemes.com.Over the past 3 years, Matthew has been reviewing WooCommerce books anddeveloping new software for entrepreneurs wanting to jump into the e-commerceworld and start selling online. Matt's experience in developing and supportingpremium extensions for WooCommerce has informed his technical review forthis book.Rémi Corson built his first website in high school, where, after a few months, herealized he was teaching web languages to his own teacher. Then, he decided to buildhis own content management system called PHPforge, which was used by more than5,000 users at that time. He finally switched to WordPress a few years later.Formerly in the top ten of CodeCanyon's best sellers, the largest code-relatedmarketplace on the planet, Remi worked on Easy Digital Downloads' early versionswith Pippin Williamson, and joined WooThemes as a Happiness Engineer in 2013before the acquisition by Automattic in 2015.Rémi is a public speaker and code expert. He works on WooCommerce corecode on a daily basis and he built/refactored many official add-ons. He was alsoinvolved in the first WooConf organization in San-Francisco in 2014, the majorWooCommerce-related event. Rémi writes weekly posts on his blog, mainlyabout WooCommerce, and provides a lot of free plugins and snippets.He is also passionate about woodworking, surfing, and video making, and is a greatguitar player.www.allitebooks.comNicola Mustone is a web developer based in Italy, where he studied economy
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EBOOK THERMODYNAMICS 7TH EDITION PART 1

EBOOK THERMODYNAMICS 7TH EDITION PART 1

• Leads students toward a clear understanding and firm grasp of thebasic principles of thermodynamics.• Encourages creative thinking and development of a deeper understand­ing and intuitive fe e l for thermodynamics.• Is read by students with interest and enthusiasm rather than being usedas an aid to solve problems.Special effort has been made to appeal to students’ natural curiosity and to helpthem explore the various facets of the exciting subject area of thermodynamics.The enthusiastic responses we have received from users of prior editions—from small colleges to large universities all over the world— and the continuedxviiiPREFACEtranslations into new languages indicate that our objectives have largely beenachieved. It is our philosophy that the best way to learn is by practice. There­fore, special effort is made throughout the book to reinforce material that waspresented earlier.Yesterday’s engineer spent a major portion of his or her time substituting val­ues into the formulas and obtaining numerical results. However, formulamanipulations and number crunching are now being left mainly to computers.Tomorrow’s engineer will need a clear understanding and a firm grasp of thebasic principles so that he or she can understand even the most complex prob­lems, formulate them, and interpret the results. A conscious effort is made toemphasize these basic principles while also providing students with a perspec­tive of how computational tools are used in engineering practice.The traditional classical, or macroscopic, approach is used throughout thetext, with microscopic arguments serving in a supporting role as appropriate.
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12 etabs shear wall design manual UBC 97

12 etabs shear wall design manual UBC 97

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CÔNG THỨC HÌNH HỌC KHÔNG GIAN 12 ĐẦY ĐỦ

CÔNG THỨC HÌNH HỌC KHÔNG GIAN 12 ĐẦY ĐỦ

CÔNG THỨC TÍNH TÍNH CHU VI, DIỆN TÍCH, THỂ TÍCH CÁC HÌNH CÔNG THỨC TÍNH:  Theo lượng giác: Cạnh đối = cạnh kề . tan  c = b . tan Cạnh đối = cạnh huyền . sin  c = a . sin Cạnh kề = cạnh đối . cot  b = c . cot Cạnh kề = cạnh huyền . cos  b = a . cos  Theo Pitago: ; ; CÔNG THỨC TÍNH chu vi diện tích: 1. Hình chữ nhật (Rectangle) Chu vi hình chữ nhật: P=(a+b).2  (dài + rộng) x 2 Diện tích hình chữ nhật: S=a.b (dài x rộng) 2. Hình vuông (Square) Chu vi hình vuông: P=a.4 .(cạnh x 4) Diện tích hình vuông: S= a.a  (cạnh x cạnh) 3.Hình tam giác (triangle) a = cạnh ; b = cạnh ; h = đường cao Diện tích hình tam giác: S = (a.h)2  (đáy x chiều cao) chia 2 Diện tích hình tam giác vuông: S= ( a. b)2 ( hai cạnh hình vuông nhân với nhau)chia 2 Diện tích tam giác đều: ( bình phương 1 cạnh nhân tất cả chia cho 4 ) Đường cao của tam giác điều : 4. Hình thang (trapezoid) Diện tích hình thang: S= (( a+b).h) : 2 ( tổng hai đáy x chiều cao) chia 2 Chu vi hình thang: Tổng hai cạnh đáy cộng với hai cạnh bên 5. Hình tròn (circle) ≈ 3.14 hay ≈ 227 . Diện tích hình tròn: S= r.r.3,14  ( bán kínhx bán kínhx 3,14) . Chu vi hình tròn: C = d. 3,14  ( chu vi = đường kính .3,14) 6. Hình hộp chữ nhật (rectangular parallelepiped) Diện tích xung quanh : Sxq= (a+b) .2. c  (( dài+ rộng)x 2 x chiều cao) Diện tích đáy : Sd= a.b  ( S đáy= dài x rộng) Diện tích toàn phần : Stp = Sxq + Sd . 2 hay Stp= ( a+b) .2 .c + a.b.2 Thể tích hình hộp chữ nhật: V= a. b.c hay V= Sd .c  ( dài x rộngxcao) 7. Hình lập phương (cube) d = đáy ; xq = xung quang ; tp = toàn phần; S = diện tích ; V = thể tích Diện tích 1 mặt: Sm= a.a  (cạnh x cạnh) Diện tích xung quanh: Sxq= Sm.4 hay Sxq= a.a.4 ( cạnh x cạnh x 4) Diện tích toàn phần: Stp= Sxq+ Sd. 2 hay Sxq = a.a . 6  ( cạnh x cạnh x 6) Thể tích hình lập phương: V= a.a.a  ( cạnhxcạnhx cạnh) 8. Hình trụ (cylinder) Diện tích đáy hình trụ: S= r . r .3,14  (bán kínhxbán kínhx 3,14) Chu vi đáy hình trụ : Cd= r .2 .3,14  ( chu vi đáy= bán kínhx 2x 3,14) Diện tích xung quanh: Sxq= Cd . h  ( chu vi đáyx chiều cao hình trụ) Lateral surface area: S = 2 rh Diện tích toàn phần: Stp= Sxq+ Sd .2 hay Stp = (r .2 .3,14).h + (r . r . 3,14) .2 Total surface area: S = 2 rh + 2 r2 or S = 2 r (h+r) Thể tích hình trụ: V= Sd . h  ( diện tích đáy x chiều cao) hay V= (r .r .3,14) .h Volume: V= bh (b = the area of the Base of a solid figure) 9. Hình nón (cone) Lateral surface area: S= rl Total surface area: S = rl + r2 or S = r (l + r) Volume: V = B.h (B = the area of the Base of a solid figure) 10. Hình cầu (sphere) Surface area: S= 4 r2 Volume: V= r3 11. Hinh lăng trụ (prism)
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Electric and magnetic field calculations with finite element methods

ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC FIELD CALCULATIONS WITH FINITE ELEMENT METHODS

1 Introduction Field Precision finiteelement programs covers a broad spectrum of physics and engineering applications, including charged particle accelerators and Xray imaging. The core underlying most of our software packages is the calculation of electric and magnetic fields over three dimensional volumes. To use our electric and magnetic fields software effectively, researchers should have a background in electromagnetism and should be able to make informed decisions about solution strategies. Firsttime users of finiteelement software may feel intimidated by these requirements. My motivation in writing this book is to share my experience in field calculations. I hope to build users knowledge and experience in steps so they can apply finite element programs confidently. In the end, readers will be able to solve realworld problems with the following programs: • EStat (2D electrostatics) • HiPhi (3D electrostatics) • PerMag (2D magnetostatics) • Magnum (3D magnetostatics) To begin, its important to recognize the difference between 2D and 3D programs. All finite element programs solve fields in threedimensions, but often systems have geometric symmetries that can be utilized to reduce the amount of work. The term 2D applies to the following cases: • Cylindrical systems with variations in r and z but no variation in θ (azimuth). • Planar systems with variations in x and y and a long length in z. Which brings us to the first directive of finiteelement calculations: never use a 3D code for a calculation that could be handled by a 2D code. The 3D calculation would increase the complexity and run time with no payback in accuracy. We need to clarify the meaning of static in electrostatics and magnetostatics. The implica tion is that the fields are constant or vary slowly in time. The criterion of a slow variation is that the systems do not emit electromagnetic radiation. Examples of electrostatic applications are power lines, insulator design, paint coating, inkjet printing and biological sorting. Magne tostatic applications include MRI magnets, particle separation and permanent magnet devices. A following coarse will cover simulations of electromagnetic radiation (e.g., microwave devices). Secondly, its important to have a clear understanding of the purpose of computer calcula tions of electric and magnetic fields. Numerical methods should be used when it is not possible to generate accurate results with analytic methods. Numerical solutions are necessary in the following circumstances: • The system has a complex asymmetric geometry. • The solution volume contains many objects with different material properties. • Materials have complex properties (e.g., saturation of iron in magnetic circuits) In an ideal case, a user makes analytic estimates of field values and then applies numerical methods to improve the accuracy. The initial analysis gives an understanding of the physics involved and the anticipated scales of quantities – essential information for effective solution setups. The worst case is when a user treats a program as an omniscient black box. No matter what software manufacturers may claim, using a field program without understanding fields is at best a gamble. Sometimes you may get lucky, but most of the time considerable effort is wasted generating meaningless results. In summary, I would like to help you become an informed software user. I suggest you start by downloading a free textbook that will help you brush up on electric and magnetic field theory. The book also gives a detailed description of the FEM techniques I will discuss: S. Humphries, Finiteelement Methods for Electromagnetics (CRC Press, Boca Raton, 1997) (available for free download at http:www.fieldp.comfemethods.html). The following chapter describes how to download and to set up fieldsolution software packages. 2 Installing 2D electricfield software In this chapter, we’ll discuss how to install and to test trial or purchased software. As a specific example, consider a trial of the Electrostatics Toolkit for twodimensional electric fields. To request a trial, contact us a techinfofieldp.com. You will receive an E mail message that includes information like the following: Name: Ernest Lawrence Organization: LBL Software: Electrostatics Toolkit Date: August 20, 2014 Registration code: LAWRENCEER Thanks for requesting a trial of Field Precision software. To download the installer, please use this link: Package: Electrostatics Toolkit Basic Link: www.dsite.usdownloadbin16ElectrostaticsToolkitSetupBasic.exe User: bin16 Password: BxHv7821% Click the link to open it in your browser and copyandpaste the User and Password infor mation to start the download process. Save the file ElectrostaticsToolkitSetupBasic.exe to a convenient location on your hard drive or a USB drive. If you have purchased the software, be sure to keep a copy of the file in case you need to move the software or to install it on a second computer. When you run the installer, it sets up a directory containing programs, instruction manuals and examples. A file manager is useful to check out the new materials. Because number crunching finiteelement programs produce a lot of data, a good file manager is a critical tool for your future work. Figure 2 shows a screenshot of FP File Organizer, a free utility included with our software. If you check the root directory of the hard drive, youll see that the installer has created the directory c:fieldp basic (or c:fieldp pro if you purchased the professional version). Figure 2 shows the directory contents (lefthand side). The file readme basic.html is a useful summary of instructions. The tricomp subdirectory (righthand side) contains the programs, documents and examples of the 2D package: • dielectric constants.html. Relative dielectric constants for a variety of materials, useful for setting up electrostatic solutions. • estat.exe. The main solution program that combines information on the computational mesh and material properties to find electrostatic potential values at nodes. The program also creates graphs and plots of the solution (i.e., postprocessing). • estat.pdf. The EStat instruction manual. • estat conductive.cfg, estat dielectric.cfg and estat force.cfg. Configuration files for the EStat postprocessor for different types of electrostatic solutions. • mesh.exe. The automatic mesh generator to create 2D conformal, triangular meshes. • mesh.pdf. The instruction manual for Mesh. • notify.exe and notify.wav. Utility programs to signal the completion of an automatic batch run. • PhysCons.pdf. A reference sheet of physical constants. • tc.exe. An automatic controller for programs and resources of the 2D packages that we will discuss in detail later. The examples subdirectory contains directories of prepared examples for both the Mesh and EStat programs (Figure 3). These examples can help you get off to a quick start. Well talk about running them later. For now, well concentrate on getting all components running. The Basic versions of our programs use Internet license management. The installer creates a TriComp icon on your desktop (Fig. 4). Click on it to run tc.exe, the TriComp program launcher. Well discuss the functions of the buttons latter. For now, click the Activation button to launch FPSetup Basic.exe (Fig. 5, lefthand side). Click the License button, read the license and then close the text window. Click the Setup button to open the activation dialog (Fig. 5, righthand side). Enter the registration code that we sent and pick any user name. Check that you accept the terms of the license and click the Process button to receive a unique Machine number for your computer. This number is copied to the clipboard.
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COLLECTED PAPERS, VOLUME 2 COLLECTION

COLLECTED PAPERS, VOLUME 2 COLLECTION

For example, ‘Carnivorous cows do not exist’ is a sentence that is neither false nor senseless; it presents no philosophical puzzle when used inappropriate circumstances—for example, to reassure a child who is afraida cow might eat him. But sentences of the form ‘x exists’ and ‘x does notexist’ tend to puzzle philosophers who makes the unquestioned grammatical assumption—a major irritant for Ryle—that subject-predicate expressions function by attributing a quality or property to an object, where theobject is what is supposedly signified by the grammatical subject. For suchexpressions do not assert or deny of an object that it is non-existent; ratherthey deny of cows that they have the property of being carnivorous.The tendency to populate the world with imaginary objects derives, inpart, from a confusion about various ways of understanding the remarkthat a proposition is about something, for if we persist in thinking thatboth ‘Mr Pickwick visited Rochester’ and the philosophers’ sentence ‘MrPickwick is an imaginary entity’ are about Mr Pickwick in the same senseof ‘about’, ‘so long will people continue to suppose that there is a MrPickwick somewhere—in Dickens’ head, perhaps, or in a mysteriousrepository called an “universe of discourse.” ’ (this edition, 70)1 In thisexample we see a particular confusion that comes from conflating thephilosophers’ referential sense of ‘about’ with the way a sentence can beabout (in a different sense) its grammatical subject. Indeed, thephilosopher-logician is apt to get into trouble in forgetting the differentuses of ‘about’. For the notions they explicate—the logical subject, subject ofpredicates, subject of attributes, substance, particular, term, constituent of a fact or proposition,denotation, description, incomplete symbol and logical construction—all contain orhinge on this word (86).A number of statements—quasi-ontological, those allegedly about universals, descriptive, quasi-descriptive and quasi-referential ‘the’-phrases—come under Ryle’s scrutiny because they tend to mislead with the sameconsequences, for they all suggest the existence of special objects. Indeed,1Unless otherwise stated, page numbers refer to this edition of Collected PapersVolume 2.
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Handbook of usability testing

Handbook of usability testing

Part 1: Overview of Testing, which covers the definition of key terms and presents an expanded discussion of usercentered design and other usability techniques, and explains the basics of moderating a test. Part 2: Basic Process of Testing, which covers the howto of testing in stepbystep fashion. Part 3: Advanced Techniques, which covers the who?, what?, where?, and how? of variations on the basic method, and also discusses how to extend one’s influence on the whole of product development strategy.

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CONFIGURING IPSEC BETWEEN A CISCO IOS ROUTER AND A CISCO VPN CLIENT 4.X FOR WINDOWS USING TACACS+ _ WWW.BIT.LY/TAIHO123

CONFIGURING IPSEC BETWEEN A CISCO IOS ROUTER AND A CISCO VPN CLIENT 4.X FOR WINDOWS USING TACACS+ _ WWW.BIT.LY/TAIHO123

CryptoEngine0: CRYPTO_ISA_IKE_ENCRYPT(hw)(ipsec)Cisco − Configuring IPSec Between a Cisco IOS Router and a Cisco VPN Client 4.x for Windows Using TAC1w6d: ISAKMP (0:2): sending packet to 64.102.60.34 (R) CONF_ADDR1w6d: ISAKMP (0:2): deleting node 398811763 error FALSE reason ""1w6d: ISAKMP (0:2): Input = IKE_MESG_FROM_AAA, IKE_AAA_GROUP_ATTROld State = IKE_CONFIG_AUTHOR_AAA_AWAIT New State = IKE_P1_COMPLETE1w6d: AAA/MEMORY: free_user (0x812F79FC) user='vpngroup'ruser='NULL' port='ISAKMP−GROUP−AUTH' rem_addr='64.102.60.34'authen_type=NONE service=LOGIN priv=01w6d: ISAKMP (0:2): received packet from 64.102.60.34 (R) QM_IDLE1w6d: CryptoEngine0: CRYPTO_ISA_IKE_DECRYPT(hw)(ipsec)1w6d: CryptoEngine0: generate hmac context for conn id 21w6d: CryptoEngine0: CRYPTO_ISA_IKE_HMAC(hw)(ipsec)1w6d: ISAKMP (0:2): processing HASH payload. message ID = 13694590461w6d: ISAKMP (0:2): processing SA payload. message ID = 13694590461w6d: ISAKMP (0:2): Checking IPSec proposal 11w6d: ISAKMP: transform 1, ESP_3DES1w6d: ISAKMP: attributes in transform:1w6d: ISAKMP: authenticator is HMAC−MD51w6d: ISAKMP: encaps is 11w6d: ISAKMP: SA life type in seconds1w6d: ISAKMP: SA life duration (VPI) of 0x0 0x20 0xC4 0x9B1w6d: validate proposal 01w6d: IPSEC(validate_proposal): transform proposal(prot 3, trans 3, hmac_alg 1) not supported1w6d: ISAKMP (0:2): atts not acceptable. Next payload is 01w6d: ISAKMP (0:2): skipping next ANDed proposal (1)
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M,S PORTABLE USER MANUAL VI E05 19 05 2014

M,S PORTABLE USER MANUAL VI E05 19 05 2014

instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will notoccur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can bedetermined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the followingmeasures:• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.IMPORTANT NOTE: FCC Operation GuideThis device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, includinginterference that may cause undesired operation.IMPORTANT NOTE: FCC Shielded cable statementThis unit was tested with shielded cables on the peripheral devices. Shielded cables must be used with the unit toinsure compliance.ổ cứng ngoài Portable Series21Đã đăng ký bản quyền. Seagate là thương hiệu hoặc thương hiệu đăng ký của Seagate Technology LLC hoặcmột trong các công ty chi nhánh của nó tại Hoa Kỳ và/hoặc tại các quốc gia khác. Samsung và logo của Samsunglà thương hiệu của Samsung Electronics Co, Ltd. Tất cả các thương hiệu khác hoặc thương hiệu đã đăng ký là tàisản của chủ sở hữu của chúng. Khi đề cập đến dung lượng ổ đĩa, một gigabyte hay GB, bằng một tỷ byte và mộtterabyte, hoặc TB tương đương với một nghìn tỷ byte. Hệ thống điều hành máy tính của bạn có thể sử dụng chuẩnđo khác và sẽ báo có dung lượng thấp hơn. Ngoài ra, một số dung lượng liệt kê được sử dụng cho định dạng vàcác chức năng khác và sẽ không có sẵn cho việc lưu trữ dữ liệu. Ví dụ về cách sử dụng định lượng cho các ứngdụng khác nhau là nhằm mục đích minh họa. Số lượng thực tế sẽ khác nhau dựa tùy theo các yếu tố khác nhau,bao gồm kích thước tệp tin, định dạng tệp tin, tính năng và phần mềm ứng dụng. Việc xuất hoặc tái xuất phần cứng
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WINCC CONFIGURATION MANUAL MANUAL VOLUME 3

WINCC CONFIGURATION MANUAL MANUAL VOLUME 3

1.1.2.3 Configuration of the Alarm Logging ActiveX Control in the Multi-ClientProjectTo use Alarm Logging in a multi-client project, the new WinCC Alarm Control must beused. It provides the option of displaying messages from multiple servers.This is configured as follows: Via the Graphics Designer, a picture is configured in a multiclient project. In this picture, a WinCC Alarm Control is placed. Via the Control’sproperties dialog, a connection of the WinCC Alarm Control to one or multiple servers canbe made.There is also the option to always connect to all servers (that start an alarm server) - this isset via a parameter.WinCC Configuration ManualC79000-G8276-C164-011-7New Function Description09.991.1.3 Server Data (Packages)Packages are used to provide the configurator of a multi-client with data references of oneor multiple WinCC servers, and to use these data references in the multi-client project.Additionally, the packages are used to configure the name service (NS).The packages contain the names of the objects from the server projects sorted by objecttype (tag names, archive names, picture names, etc.). The storage of the names is serverspecific, but is still carried out using a uniform format. These files are exported from theserver projects. The packages can then be imported into the multi-client project. The user isresponsible for updating the data.To permit access to the data of a WinCC server while offline, a new Explorer DLL is
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LectureMAKER User Manual

LECTUREMAKER USER MANUAL

Information on this manual can be altered without notice for LectureMAKER improvement. LectureMAKER that is specified in this manual must be used within the limit of Daulsoft authority. Use of unauthorized copies or production and transmission of it by other methods are prohibited. Daulsoft will not be held responsible for any unexpected problems.

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