mechanism is to convert the rotary motion of the crank into reciprocating motion . In this mechanism, when the crank AB rotates about the fixed centre A, the lever CDE oscillates about the centre D and the end of the lever E is connected to a piston rod which reciprocates in the cylinder as shown in Figure 1. Rigid material is used to withstand deformation and vibration caused by the lever for designing the beam of the mechanism .
inflatable kayaks have turned out to be exceptionally safe and are accessible from quality makers. They're known to be quite durable and puncture proof. So while there are pros and cons with inflatables, as there are with any other style of kayak, the disadvantages appear to be an acceptable trade off in return for the edges that are available in no other type of fishing kayak.
RCD will not protect against the overheating that results when conductors are not properly screwed into their terminals. RCD will not protect against live-neutral shocks, because the current in the live and neutral is balanced. Advantages and disadvantages between fuses and circuit breakers Circuit-breakers are more advantageous compared to fuses because circuit-breakers respond quicker, are more sensitive and reliable and they can be reset unlike fuses which can only operate once. Advantages of
WELDING PROCESS Overview: It is defined as a process of joining two pieces of metals by heating the metal at high temperature which results in softening or melting of metals. There are various other ways of welding, they are as follows: • With or without application of pressure. • With or without the use of filling metals (Melting point is 800º F) There is a tremendous progress in recent times over the new methods, applications and systems for welding. HISTORY OF METAL WORKING: This processes are
Unit 3 The Characteristics of Electricity ( pg 296 ) Day 1 Electrostatics - study of static electricity Neutral objects - materials that do not carry a charge Conductors allow charges (electrons) to flow through them easily. E.g. metal Therefore no matter how hard that you rub a metal tap no static charge will build up because the electrons that you are giving the tap just keep on moving up the tap and down the water line until they reach a ground. Insulators do not allow charges
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trying small stores, and pushing down decision making. Mr. Durant aims to stay only in countries where Carrefour is among the top retailers. 2. Should Carrefour adopt Wal-Mart's strategy of "low prices everyday"? What would be the advantage or disadvantage of such a strategy? Yes certainly they
For this study listed items were chosen based on both necessities for this study, as well as their availability. The work piece samples were randomly selected with 150 mm length and 50 mm diameter, cut from the AISI H13 steel rod. The CNC lathe was set up with the tool holder. All variable parameters were run in accordance with the selected parameters and the orthogonal array. 3. TOOLS USED AND THEIR SPECIFICATIONS: 1. CNC Machine Tool 2. Work Piece material 3. Cutting Tool Inserts Measurements
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1 Introduction Since the advent of the internal combustion engine nearly two centuries ago, humans have become increasingly reliant on fuel to power these engines. Our only method, historically, for obtaining this fuel is to probe the earth and oceans until crude oil is struck. Crude oil is termed a fossil fuel as it takes hundreds of millions of years to form. Crude oil is extracted from a geological reservoir and subsequently refined into the various fuels which we use at ever increasing rates