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The Leading EDGE TM The Teaching EDGE TM

The Leading EDGE TM The Teaching EDGE TM

The Leading EDGE TM The Teaching EDGE TM. PRESENTED BY Jim Stallings Marcus Ragland. 1. Why is EDGE important?.

By ostinmannual
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International Finance Corporation: Its Mission and Challenges

International Finance Corporation: Its Mission and Challenges

International Finance Corporation: Its Mission and Challenges. 1. World Bank Group. Presentation Outline. Our Mission Facts about IFC Challenges and Differentiation through “Financing – Plus” Examples of Sustainable Development Examples of Public-Private Partnership Personal Experience

By medwin
(466 views)

Competitive Dive Starts Safe Water Entry

Competitive Dive Starts Safe Water Entry

Competitive Dive Starts Safe Water Entry. School Swimming Carnivals HIGH SCHOOL. SLIDE 1. DIVING INJURY RISKS. “ I was having fun with my friends at the pool. I thought it was OK to dive in but my head hit the bottom and when I tried to get back to the surface, I couldn’t move.”. SLIDE 2.

By Olivia
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Key Technology Overview

Key Technology Overview

Key Technology Overview. Passive Infrared (PIR) Occupancy Detection. All PIR is not Created Equal… Sensors are fine-tuned at the factory for optimum detection for its coverage pattern – no PIR sensitivity adjustments required

By Jims
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Baker Solar

Baker Solar

Baker Solar. Winter 2009. Baker Solar is Focusing on Delivering Advanced Technologies to Wafer, Cell, and Thin-film Production . Source: IEA Photovoltaic Power Systems Program. Baker Solar Focus Areas.

By Thomas
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5 Steps to Heaven – A Rolls-Royce Perspective

5 Steps to Heaven – A Rolls-Royce Perspective

5 Steps to Heaven – A Rolls-Royce Perspective. Dr Ian K Jennions EHM Global Capability Owner. IBM Almaden Institute, San Jose 7 th May 2008.

By elkan
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LESSON LD04 Aerodynamics

LESSON LD04 Aerodynamics

LESSON LD04 Aerodynamics. Definition. Aerodynamics is the study of the motion of air, particularly when it interacts with a moving object. In physics the term dynamics customarily refers to the time evolution of physical processes. Factors that Affect Aerodynamics. The Object:

By maik
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FLOW SEPARATION

FLOW SEPARATION

FLOW SEPARATION. Aerodynamics Bridge-Pier Design Combustion Chambers Human Blood Flow Building Design Etc. (Form Drag, Pressure Distribution, Forces and Moments, Heat And Mass Transfer, Vortex Shedding). Separation and Drag. Total drag = friction drag + form drag

By forest
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MAE 4261: AIR-BREATHING ENGINES

MAE 4261: AIR-BREATHING ENGINES

MAE 4261: AIR-BREATHING ENGINES. Velocity Triangles Example April 12, 2012 Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department Florida Institute of Technology D. R. Kirk. EXAMPLE: SEE SECTION 8.2 FROM H&P. a. b.

By dirk
(158 views)

Action Potential

Action Potential

Action Potential. How neurons send an electrical message. How Neurons Communicate. Action Potential is the electrical process that neurons use to communicate with each other Action Potentials are based on movements of ions (charged particles) between the outside and inside of the axon

By wallis
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Aerodynamics 101 How do those things really fly?

Aerodynamics 101 How do those things really fly?

Aerodynamics 101 How do those things really fly?. Dr. Paul Kutler Saturday, March 31, 2007 Monterey Airport. Airbus 380. An aerodynamics challenge. FA-18 Condensation Pattern. Aerodynamics involves multiple flow regimes. Legacy Aircraft. Aerodynamics is a maturing science. Outline.

By noel
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Australia/New Zealand PRME Network 22 July 2011

Australia/New Zealand PRME Network 22 July 2011

Australia/New Zealand PRME Network 22 July 2011. Frank Scrimgeour – Panel Three . Implementation of PRME at the Institutional Level. The Waikato Experience What have we learnt?. Introduction. History - What did we build on? Approach - Strategy, tactics and …

By egil
(116 views)

Semantics and discourse

Semantics and discourse

Langston Psycholinguistics Lecture 8b (Discourse). Semantics and discourse. Discourse.

By shea
(324 views)

Anticyclone and other pressure system

Anticyclone and other pressure system

Anticyclone and other pressure system. 2/M John Jaromahum. characterized by rapid inward circulation of air masses about a low-pressure center, accompanied by stormy, destructive weather. counterclockwise in the Northern Hemisphere and clockwise in the Southern Hemisphere. . Cyclone.

By vasanti
(395 views)

Trends 2006: Top Trends Every Healthcare Executive Should Know

Trends 2006: Top Trends Every Healthcare Executive Should Know

Trends 2006: Top Trends Every Healthcare Executive Should Know. Maureen M. Swan The MedTrend Group Minneapolis, MN. What Will The Future Bring?. Even the experts have a hard time predicting the future “Who the hell wants to hear actors talk?” Harry Warner of Warner Brothers

By saxon
(255 views)

FLOW SEPARATION

FLOW SEPARATION

FLOW SEPARATION. Aerodynamics Bridge-Pier Design Combustion Chambers Human Blood Flow Building Design Etc. (Form Drag, Pressure Distribution, Forces and Moments, Heat And Mass Transfer, Vortex Shedding). Separation and Drag. Total drag = friction drag + form drag

By issac
(556 views)

Energy in the Wind

Energy in the Wind

Energy in the Wind. Walt Musial Senior Engineer National Wind Technology Center National Renewable Energy Laboratory Kidwind Teachers’ Workshop May 14, 2005. Wind Energy Technology.

By clayton
(156 views)

AE 3903/4903 Airfoil Design Lecture 1

AE 3903/4903 Airfoil Design Lecture 1

AE 3903/4903 Airfoil Design Lecture 1. OVERVIEW. Introductory Remarks Your first analysis tool – Panel Method. Introductory Remarks. Airfoil Design is an “open-ended” process. There may not be a unique shape meeting the design specs.

By derron
(110 views)

High Speed Flight

High Speed Flight

High Speed Flight. Chapter 7. Pressure Change. Pressure change affect the density of air pressure in its vicinity At low speeds (100-200mph) the density change is slight

By azure
(33 views)

WORKSHEET 7 AXIALLY LOADED MEMBERS

WORKSHEET 7 AXIALLY LOADED MEMBERS

WORKSHEET 7 AXIALLY LOADED MEMBERS. Q1. Are tension structures or compression structures more efficient when loaded axially ?. tension structures . Q2. why ?. tension structures are not subject to buckling they pull straight - can use thin cables can use: stress = Force / Area.

By thibault
(128 views)

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