Ppt on contact and noncontact force

ACL Prevention Amanda KW Kelly, MD Case Western Reserve University

: landing Knee slightly flexed on landing Quad pulls tibia forward Mechanism: Contact Hit on outside of leg Foot planted Twisting of knee Mechanism Pivoting /and Sports Medicine Research Foundation Program Goals Emphasize proper jump/land techniques Land on balls of feet Soft landing Toe-to-heel rocking of the foot  ground reactive forces/Land Characteristics and muscle strength development in young athletes. Amer J Sports Med. 2006: 34(3)1-10 Boden BP et al. Etiology and prevention of noncontact ACL injury./


MULTISENSOR INTEGRATION AND FUSION Presented by: Prince Garg.

contact.this group of sensors responds to touch, force torque,pressure,temperature or electrical quantities. CONTACT SENSORS: A contact sensor measure the response of a target to some form of physical contact.this group of sensors responds to touch, force torque,pressure,temperature or electrical quantities. NONCONTACT SENSOR: A non contact/human-like performance in terms of perception, knowledge extraction and situation assessment, exploiting symbolic and/or dynamical systems approaches. The theme of MFI /


TM Prepared for your next patient. ACL Injuries: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention Cynthia R. LaBella, MD, FAAP Medical Director, Institute for Sports.

have shown no association. Anatomic/Anthropometric Factors  Subtalar joint overpronation has been associated with noncontact ACL injuries, likely because overpronation increases anterior translation of the tibia with respect to the femur, thereby increasing the/ more frequently seen in females, increases the anterior shear force that directly loads the ACL and also could be related to increased dynamic valgus alignment at initial contact during cutting and landing maneuvers.  Fatigue is often cited as a /


Parish Staff 1-Day Training Awareness–Services–Prevention This training program is able and is also available at:https://www.familyministries.org/resources/index.asp?c_id=147&t_id=114.

. o Sexual coercion (e.g., forced to watch pornographic movies) o Unwanted sexual contact o Noncontact, unwanted sexual experiences Lifetime prevalence, CDC-referenced. Numbers are rounded and approximated. 35 Types of Abuse and Dimensions  Stalking Of all women, 16/reported the majority of perpetrators were men. CDC-referenced 42 Types of Abuse and Dimensions For rape, unwanted noncontact sexual experience, and stalking––males reported that perpetrators were predominantly male. For other forms of violence,/


Forces Pages 188 to 191. Forces Force - a push or a pull, measured in Newtons (N) Contact Force – is a push or a pull one object applies to another object.

in Newtons (N) Contact Force – is a push or a pull one object applies to another object that is touching it. Example : Friction Noncontact Force – a force that one object applies to another object without touching. Example : Gravity Forces Gravity – is an attractive force that exists between all objects that have mass The strength of the force depends on the mass of each object and the distance between them/


Electric Force Microscopy (EFM) EFM is used to map the vertical (z) and near-vertical gradient of the electric field between the tip and the sample versus.

and/ polarization, and performing electrical/force gradient. Attractive forces make the cantilever effectively “softer,” reducing the cantilever resonant frequency. Conversely, repulsive forces/ AFM: ver der Waal Force gradient EFM: lift mode: Electrostatic Force gradient Electric Force Microscopy (EFM) Mechanical vibration/ and /force gradient of the sample Noncontact techniques, phase images are obtained in lift mode And the phase changes results from Electrostatic Force/force/ and / probe force microscope was used/


Forces Pages 188 to 191. Forces Force - a push or a pull, measured in Newtons (N) Contact Force – is a push or a pull one object applies to another object.

: Friction Noncontact Force – a force that one object applies to another object without touching. Example : Gravity Forces Gravity – is an attractive force that exists between all objects that have mass The strength of the force depends on the mass and distance of an object Mass – the amount of matter in an object Weight – a measure of the gravitational force acting on an objects mass Forces Friction - is a contact force that/


Maltreatment and Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenting Kim Webb University of Missouri.

Pregnancy Research is just beginning to establish a link between childhood maltreatment and adolescent pregnancy MAPPP p.32 Definition of Sexual Victimization Noncontact molestation: someone looked at the child or forced the child to look at them while naked; sexual photographs Contact molestation: fondling Attempted Rape: trying to have unwanted sexual intercourse Rape: forced sexual intercourse MAPPP p.34 Prevalence of Sexual Victimization 36% or/


Chapter 10 Violence Against Girls and Women _____________________________.

Contact and noncontact sexual experiences in which the victim is below the age of consent and the abuser is significantly older or in a position of power over the child (Barnett et al., 2005) Contact sexual abuse Noncontact sexual abuse Exploitation through the internet Incest: Sexual contact between a child and/) Consequences and warning signals _____________________________ Rape Rape: Sexual penetration of any bodily orifice against the victim’s will, obtained by physical force, the threat of force, or /


Laser Use in ART Laser Use in ART Aygul Demirol, M.D Medical Director, CLINIC Women Health, Infertility and IVF Center Ankara/Turkey.

and E when strong aspiration and/or reposition of injection needle is required to break the membrane Difficult Breakage Pattern May serve a marker for a dysfunction of zona pellucida May serve a marker for a dysfunction of zona pellucida (Ebner et al.,HR,2002) (Ebner et al.,HR,2002) Laser Systems Contact type- ER:YAG (Obruca,1997) Contact type- ER:YAG (Obruca,1997) Noncontact/ as a result of the sublethal demaging force of the traumatic injection More sensitive oocytes not only degenerate but the /


Contact and non-contact Forces. Forces Contact force NON -Contact force or at a distance force When two interacting objects are physically touching Examples.

Resistance: The air resistance is a type of frictional force that acts upon objects as they travel through the air. NON-CONTACT FORCES Magnetic Force: A kind of non contact force, materials such as iron, nickel, cobalt and other magnets just need to be near the magnet to be attracted or repelled. Electric Force: Noncontact force of electrical charges. Gravitational Force: The force of attraction between any two objects in the universe/


Tonometry Objective measurement of IOP based, most commonly, on the forces required to flatten the cornea,or the degree of corneal indention produced.

tear film meniscus pulls the tonometer towards the cornea Capillary attraction and corneal rigidity cancel each other Flattened area has diameter of 3.06mm Procedure Topical anesthetics and fluorescein Goldmann tonometer mounted on slit lamp Two semicircles The dial /held,goldmann prism) 3.The air-puff(non-contact,air jet,no anaesthesia,accurate only from low-to-middle range,startle patient with noise & apparent force 4.The pulsair 2000 keeler(handheld,noncontact,no noise,accurate as goldmann 5.The tonopen(/


High Energy Beams and Related Welding and Cutting Process Principles

and effective for piercing and drilling applications Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display. Laser Beam Welding and Cutting Noncontact process Light used to heat surface being focused on No physical contact/stress Considered very environmentally friendly Friction Welding (FRW) Solid-state process using heat produced by compressive forces generated by materials rotating together in friction mode Solid-state welding group of processes producing coalescence /


V v Anterior cruciate ligament ruptures are frequently noncontact in nature and most commonly occur during deceleration motions. 1 It is estimated that.

noncontact in nature and most commonly occur during deceleration motions. 1 It is estimated that there are over 200,000 anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears in the U.S. each year with an estimated cost of $4 billion in reconstruction and/specifically, greater knee valgus angle at initial contact and greater peak knee valgus angle and knee varus moment have been shown prospectively /dynamic) sampled at 120 Hz Kinetics  Two type 4060-08 force plates (Bertec Corp.) sampled at 1,560 Hz P ROCEDURES Participants/


Chapter 7. Blood Pressure and Sound Robert A. Peura

in the newborn. The sensor membrane is placed in contact with the anterior fontanel of the newborn. fig_07_06 Figure /and B. Grolman, "A Noncontact Applanation Tonometer, Description and Clinical Evaluation," J. Arch. Ophthalmology, 1975, 91, 134–140. Copyright © 1975, American Medical Association. Used with permission.) fig_07_25 Figure 7.25 Idealized model for an arterial tonometer, (a) a flattened portion of an arterial wall (membrane). P is the blood pressure in a superficial artery, and F is the force/


© From J. G. Webster (ed.), Medical instrumentation: application and design. 3 rd ed. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1998. Figure 7.1 The left ventricle.

sensor membrane is placed in contact with the anterior fontanel of the newborn. © From J. G. Webster (ed.), Medical instrumentation: application and design. 3 rd ed./and design. 3 rd ed. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1998. Figure 7.24 Monitoring system for noncontact applanation tonometer (From M. Forbes, G. Pico, Jr., and B. Frolman, "A Noncontact Applanation Tonometer, Description and/ blood pressure in a superficial artery, and F is the force measured by a tonometer transducer. (b) a free-body diagram /


Motion, Forces, and Simple Machines Unit Week 35 Directions 1.Prepare your desk for science. Science notebook 1.Use voice level 2 (conversation) to discuss.

object. – If a person leans against a wall, the wall pushes on the person. Reflection Questions How do contact forces affect motion? How do things move and change motion? Targets (Revisited) Students will identify contact forces that affect motion. Students will demonstrate and describe the way things move and change motion. Homework SubjectHomeworkDue Date ScienceNone Types of Forces Do Monday Noncontact forces: Forces that affect objects without touching them – Gravity – Magnetism


Scanned-proximity Probe Microscopy (SPM) Background Emphasis on Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) Reading SPM Features AFM Specifics AFM Operation (Conceptual)

PSPD measures change optical beam position  change in cantilever height Sample is raster scanned AFM Visualization (Contact Mode) Forces at Work Atomic Forces (approx.) Repulsive Attractive Detectable forces for an AFM 1 nN in the contact regime and 1 pN in the noncontact regime (Theoretical Limit 10 -18 N with heroic measures.) R. Wiesendanger, "Chapter 11. Future Nanosensors." In H. Meixner, R. Jones, eds., Volume 8: Micro/


Atomic Force Microscopy

Static (contact) mode Dynamic (noncontact) mode Amplitude-modulation (AM) Frequency-modulation (FM) FM-AFM Experimental setup (Giessibl, 2003) FM-AFM Experimental parameters Spring constant of the cantilever k Eigenfrequency of the cantilever The quality value of the cantilever Q The oscillation amplitude A He frequency shift of the cantilever 𝑓 0 Δ𝑓 FM-AFM Physical observables Frequency shift Average tunneling current Damping and dissipative forces Applications/


AFM application: Beyond Imaging Probing Nano-Scale Forces Probing Nano-Scale Forces with the Atomic Force Microscope.

AFM system measure the force between tip and sample in contact mode? The cantilever starts (point A) not touching the surface. In this region, if the cantilever feels a long-range attractive (or repulsive) force it will deflect downwards (or upwards) before making contact with the surface. In the case shown, there is minimal long range force, so this “noncontact”part of the force curve shows no deflection/


Sir Isaac Newton Force, Gravity, and Friction. Forces Force – a push or pull on an object Contact force – push or pull on one object by another object.

Sir Isaac Newton Force, Gravity, and Friction Forces Force – a push or pull on an object Contact force – push or pull on one object by another object that is touching it. Contact forces can be weak or strong: for example; (weak) press the keys on a keyboard. (strong) the force of the Earth’s plates pushing against one another to form mountains. Noncontact force –the force that one object can apply to another/


Forces and Newton’s Laws Physics. The Concepts of Force and Mass Contact forces- push or pull that arises from physical contact between 2 objects –Example:

of Force and Mass Contact forces- push or pull that arises from physical contact between 2 objects –Example: basketball player pushes basketball Noncontact forces (action-at-a-distance forces)- 2 objects exert a force on each other even though they are not touching –Example: force of gravity Types of Forces Contact ForcesAction-at-a-Distance Forces *Frictional Force*Gravitational Force *Tensional ForceElectrical Force *Normal ForceMagnetic Force Air Resistance Force Applied Force *Spring Force Newton/


Inspection and Non-Destructive Testing An inspection is, most generally, an organized examination or formal evaluation exercise. It involves the measurements,

. The magnetic lines of force are perpendicular to the direction/and physically complex geometries can be investigated. It is also useful for making electrical conductivity and coating thickness measurements. The testing devices are portable, provide immediate feedback, and do not need to contact/and noncontact, allowing the detection of relatively shallow subsurface defects (a few millimeters in depth) under large surfaces (typically 30x30 cm2 at once, although inspection of larger surfaces is possible) and/


Krystyn J. Van Vliet 3.052 Spring 2003 March 4, 2003 HIGH-RESOLUTION IMAGING WITH FORCES (ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPY)

Bacteria (c) colloidal particle AFM: Tip Functionalization IV. Chemical Force Microscopy (CFM) Frisbie, et al., 1994 Noncontact (NC) 1995 II. Friction or Lateral Force Microscopy (FFM/ LFM) Frisbie, et al., 1994 I. Normal Force Microscopy III. Force / Volume Adhesion Microscopy Radmacher, et al., 1994 Contact DC and AC (Force Modulation Microscopy (FMM), Phase Imaging): Hansma, et al., 1991 Intermittant Contact/Tapping / Lift (AC): Hansma, et al., 1994 X=-OH/


History and Applications of Atomic Force Microscopy Gregory James PhD Candidate Department of Chemical Engineering 1.

Hair 13 Contact Mode Imaging: Limitations Limited to “hard” samples Sample and tip cannot interact Static Noise Limited scan range (~30 μm 2 ) Limited feature height (~ 1 μm) Trade off between scan area and image detail 14 Tapping Mode Imaging: Noncontact Imaging The /: Region of interaction. Where the forces are. Region of interest Region 3: Zero force region. Used to define zero deflection (i.e. zero force) 22 Contact CP-AFM: Example Force Curves Interaction of a 5 μm sphere and a flat plate in a solution /


Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM)

. Useful for soft surfaces - less prone to external vibration/noise than noncontact, but will not image water layers (pierce). Less destructive than contact AFM and can image rougher samples. Working modes a b c Contact(repulsive) Non-contact (attractive) Tapping a.Sliding the probe tip across surface, heavily influenced by frictional and adhesive forces, which can damage samples and distort image data. b.Sensing Van der Waals attractive/


FORCES, MOTION AND WORK. FORCE READ Unit 1 Lesson 3 page 28-39 text I Force: simply a push or a pull Unit is newton (N) Can cause an object to change.

force. HOW CAN YOU INCREASE FRICTIONAL FORCES? 1.Decrease surface contact 2.Increase weight 3.Stop motion 4.Remove Lubrication HOW CAN YOU INCREASE FRICTIONAL FORCES? Decrease surface contact /and the amount of force applied. 3.Whenever one object exerts a force on a second object, the second object exerts and equal and opposite force on the first. GRAVITY Read pg. 42- 45 U1L4 Gravity: is a force of attraction between objects due to their mass; a noncontact force Pulls therefore is an attractive forces/


Development of a high-sensitivity torsion balance to study the thermal Casimir force (and more..) Woo-Joong Andy Kim Sept 22, 2011 Department of Physics.

on CPD. [1] F. Bocquet, L. Nony, C. Loppacher, and T. Glatzel. PRB 78 035310 (2008)  short range electrostatic force/ variation of contact potential with respect to z distance as well as lateral position. Noncontact atomic force microscopy (NC-AFM) Review paper: W. J. Kim and U. D. Schwarz, J. Vac. Sci and Tech. B 28 C4A1 (2010) [2] G. H. Enevoldsen, T. Glatzel, M. C. Christensen/


©2012 MFMER | slide-1 New methods and techniques in catheter ablation of atrial fibrillation Yong-Mei Cha, MD Mayo Clinic NCF Shenyang, 2014.

MFMER | slide-13 Minimal contact and time Maximal contact and time Increased contact and time ©2012 MFMER | slide-14 Contact Force Sensing for Pulmonary Vein Isolation in Paroxysmal AF Marijon: JCE, 2014 Randomized study SmartTouch Thermocool n=30 Thermocool n=30 Complete PVI in all patients Fluoro time 20 min vs 27 min RF time 45 min vs 65 min AF recurrence Contact force 10.5% Noncontact force 35.9% Days At/


Volusia District Science Office week 6. SC.6.P.13.1 –Types of Forces Sabrina and Gabriela are ice skating at a local rink. Sabrina braces herself against.

, which force or forces are exerted on the puck? A. Friction and drag B. Drag only C. Friction and the applied force from the hockey stick D. Friction, drag and the applied force from the hockey stick 2 SC.6.P.13.1 –Types of Forces Mr. Thompson explained that some forces can act on an object without actually coming into contact with the object. He listed examples of noncontact forces on/


Chapter 4. Force and Motion

. This is another way of confirming that a force is an interaction between objects. It takes two to tango! A force is either a contact force or a long-range (noncontact) force. Gravity is the only long-range force we will study this semester. It is an / accelerating) reference frame. The truck is accelerating to the right. Imagine 2 frames of reference; that of the truck driver and that of a pedestrian. Reference frames, revisited The truck is accelerating to the right. The truck driver thinks the box in/


1 From Last Time… Total internal reflection Object Image Lenses and imaging.

free to move 10 Interactions between charges attractive force between positive and negative charges. repulsive force between two positive or two negative charges Why did the electrons flow? 11 Forces between charges Like charges repel Opposite charges attract All of this without touching — a ‘noncontactforce Attraction, repulsion decreases with distance 12 Induced charge Charging by induction requires no contact with the object inducing the charge neutral/


Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company Unit 1 Lesson 3 Forces Weight (Gravitational Pull) Reaction Force Driving Force Friction Air Resistance.

and a direction. The unit used to express force is the newton (N). Forces do not always cause motion. Unit 1 Lesson 3 Forces What is a force, and how does it act on an object? Forces can act on objects that are in contact with each other. Such a force is called a contact force. Friction is an example of a contact force/ Gravity is a noncontact force of attraction between objects due to their mass. All objects on Earth fall at the same rate once air resistance and other factors are removed. Force = mass × /


FORCE AND MOTION IF ENERGY IS THE ABILITY TO DO WORK AND WORK IS THE APPLYING OF A FORCE TO AN OBJECT TO MAKE IT MOVE (MOTION). WHAT IS MOTION? WHAT IS.

the left 10 NEWTONS 20 NEWTONS 2 TYPES OF FORCES (OR PUSH AND PULL): 1. Contact Force:  A push or a pull on one object by another object that is touching it.  Contact forces may be weak or strong.  Examples include; Applied, Normal, Air Resistance, Tension, Spring and Friction Box Gravity Normal Force 90 0 Applied Force Tension Friction FRICTION  A force that resists the motion of two surfaces that/


From Last Time… Lenses and image formation Object Image q p Optical Instruments.

time 8 1/2 x 11 handwritten note sheet (both sides) allowed Chapter 26: Electric Charges and forces Two different kinds of electric charges  Benjamin Franklin called these positive, negative Negative charges are electrons Positive/negative ions free to move Forces between charges Like charges repel Unlike charges attract All of this without touching — a ‘noncontactforce Attraction, repulsion decreases with distance Induced charge Charging by induction requires no contact with the object inducing the/


FORCE is any push or pull which causes something to move or change its speed or direction.

cause physical change Forces have both size and direction Force = mass x acceleration Force is measured in Newtons (N) –N = (kg. m/s 2 ). Forces are measured using a spring scale. Types of Forces 1.Contact Forces: a push or a pull on one object by another object that is touching it. Ex. friction, air resistance, tension, normal, applied, spring 2.At a Distance/Noncontact Force: a force that one object/


Chapter 5. Force and Motion I

Force A force is a push or a pull. Force is a vector. All forces result from interaction. Contact forces: forces that arise from the physical contact between two objects. Noncontact forces: forces the two objects exert on one another even though they are not touching. External forces include only the forces/object is acted on by only (a) a single nonzero force, (b) two forces that point in mutually perpendicular directions, and (c) two forces that point in directions that are not perpendicular? Account for /


4. MECHANICAL ERRORS. 4.1 Introduction Shirley and Jaikumar identified error sources with respect to part and machine contributions to systematic and.

machine axes are mechanical errors. programming errors measurement errors Dynamic errors are due primarily to motion and the variations of forces displacements and acceleration due to that motion. Vibration / distortion of the cutting tool or fixtures / work/motion of one element to another. 4.5 Bearings and spindles Contact; Sliding and rolling Noncontact; Hydrostatic, aerostatic and magnetic Hydrodynamic COF μ sliding bearings with little of no fluid film (i.e. contact) 0.01 - 0.1 Hydrostatic bearings (as /


Forces and Newton’s Laws of Motion

Forces and Newton’s Laws of Motion The most important chapter of physics EVAR What is a Force? A force is a push or a pull Contact forces: Boat pulling a water skier Pushing a car with a dead battery Noncontact forces: Gravitational attraction of moon to earth Magnetic attraction/repulsion Electrostatic attraction/repulsion The SI unit of force is the Newton (N) Newton’s First Law “An object at/


 Record your HW in your agenda  Update your table of contents:  Fold and attach the notes to page 151.  Test your table members:  What is the difference.

 Record your HW in your agenda  Update your table of contents:  Fold and attach the notes to page 151.  Test your table members:  What is the difference between a contact and noncontact force?  What are examples of each? Page #TitleDate 150Hasina’s Force Folly04/09 151Friction Notes04/09  Force is measured in Newtons  Weight can also be measured in Newtons. Why?  Your weight can be converted to Newtons/


1 Manipulation and Imaging of Aromatic Organic Molecules with Atomically Sharp Tips: The Last Atom Matters Nicolae Atodiresei 1, Vasile Caciuc 2, Hendrik.

an aromatic organic molecule like Benzene adsorbed on a Cu(110) surface can be imaged and mechanically manipulated in non-contact atomic force microscopy using two types of atomically sharp tips. - A clean Silicon tip pushes the Benzene molecule / noise (2 pm) comparable to low temperature STM Schwarz et al., PRB 61, 2837 (2000). True Atomic Resolution on InAs(110) by Noncontact Atomic Force Microscopy (NC-AFM) lateral position [nm] height [pm] 01234 -10 0 10 OUTLOOK π -system AFM on magnetic molecules π -system/


Non-contact mode excitation of small structures in air using ultrasound radiation force Acoustical Society of America Meeting: May 17, 2005 Thomas M. Huber,

– 520 kHz and 500 kHz  Ultrasound focus (ellipse of about 1mm by 1.5 mm) centered on suspension (red curve) and towards edge of suspension (blue curve) Demonstrates feasibility of noncontact excitation using ultrasound radiation force. Selective Excitation:/from below 1 kHz to over 40 kHz  Parts such as MEMS mirror, gyroscope and HGA suspension  Completely non-contact for both excitation and measurement  Selective excitation of torsional/transverse modes  Selective excitation by moving ultrasound focus /


Tackling Injuries in Contact Athletes Joseph H. Guettler, M.D. Assistant Clinical Professor, OUWB Medical School Member, Board of Directors, AOSSM.

plate fixation Plate offers rigid fixation while pin acts as an internal splint Pin is less invasive, but most contact athletes really don’t care about the size of the incision Condition of the clavicle after hardware removal may have/ In higher energy injuries, retinacular rents, VMO avulsions, and proximal MCL injuries can accompany MPFL injury Mechanism of Injury Usually a noncontact injury with foot planted while the knee incurs an IR force while in valgus position Similar mechanism to that of ACL/


Chapter 9 Injuries to the Head, Neck, and Face. Injuries to Head, Neck, and Face Concussions, neck sprains and strains, skull or neck fractures, facial.

side of the skull from impact (contrecoup injury). Indirect injury to the head results from damaging forces traveling from other parts of the body. – Blow to jaw, nose, or landing on tailbone. Treat every head / no less than a 24 hour time period – No activity—limited cognitive and physical activity; general rest – Light aerobic exercise – Sport-specific exercise – Noncontact training drills and resistance training – Full contact practice – Return to play Cervical Spine Injuries Cervical injuries can occur in /


PREPAIRED AND PRESNETED BY: DR.HASAN AL-SHEHRI GS RESIDENT UNDER SUPERVISION OF : PROF : MOHMMED ALAM GS CONSULTANT PRINCIPLES AND COMPLECATIONS DIATHERMY.

CIRCUIT =Pathway for the uninterrupted flow of electrons VOLTAGE =Force pushing current through the resistance, measured in volts RESISTANCE =/ is a direct relationship between this impedance and the contact area. Patient Return Electrode Monitoring Technology Return/and tissue Heavier than air Displaces nitrogen and oxygen Argon-Enhanced Electrosurgery Argon-Enhanced Coagulation and Cut: There are many advantages to argon- enhanced electrosurgical cutting and coagulation. Decreased smoke, odor Noncontact/


Page 1 REV.1 dell’APRILE 2013 An Introduction to Steam Boilers and Steam Raising This section is designed to give you a general overview of steam boilers.

drive for electric generating equipment, blowers and pumps 2. Process for direct contact with products, direct contact sterilization and noncontact for processing temperatures 3. Heating and air conditioning for comfort and equipment The efficiency achievable with steam generation/tube metal through surface attraction. Water flow and circulation in tube banks will provide a force to keep the particles in suspension and moving. However, opposing this force are the surface attractions which are a function/


Minor Head Trauma in Children and Adolescents William Ahrens The University of Illinois at Chicago.

week. Emphasis is on physical and cognitive rest until symptoms completely resolve: in simple concussions this will be in about a week. Concussion: Return to Play Once asymptomatic patients advance through a graduated level of activity: Once asymptomatic patients advance through a graduated level of activity: 1: light aerobic activity 2: sport specific exercise 3: noncontact training 4: contact training Concussion: complex There/


Predictors of Sexual Coercion Against Women and Men: A Multinational Study of University Students Denise A. Hines Clark University Department of Psychology.

EAST Israel, Emek Yezreel (250) Measures Sexual Coercion Victimization Conflict Tactics Scales Verbally coerced sex Insisted or threatened vaginal, oral, and/or anal sex Physically forced sex Physically forced vaginal, oral, and/or anal sex Measures Child Sexual Abuse Personal and Relationships Profile Contact and/or noncontact sexual abuse with: Family members Peers Nonfamily adults Measures Site-level Gender Hostility Towards Men Average score for each site on/


TUTORIAL I DEVICE PHYSICS, CHARGE TRANSPORT, APPLICATIONS AND PROCESSING IN ORGANIC ELECTRONICS Nir Tessler Devin Mackenzie March 28, 2005 1:30 –

the contact So how come there is any current? These expressions do not hold at the close vicinity of the contact and as long as the contact region is/Burgi, H. Sirringhaus, and R. H. Friend, "Noncontact potentiometry of polymer field-effect transistors," Applied Physics Letters, vol. 80, pp. 2913-2915, 2002. [11] S. Scheinert and G. Paasch, "Fabrication and analysis of polymer field-/FETs: It is very important to measure down to very low charge density AND not force a single power law -8 -4 -3 -2 -1 VDS 2k=/


Physics Test Review Vocabulary and Trivia. Round 1 Gravity Mass Sliding Friction Unbalanced Forces Force Velocity.

Law Round 3 Friction Inertia Displacement Electric Forces Newton’s 2 nd Law Contact Force Field Round 4 Net Force Air resistance Acceleration Speed Reference Point Noncontact force Magnetic Force The force of friction between a bag of sports equipment and the floor is 15 N. What is the net force on the bag if two people pull with 45 N and 60 N of force in the same direction? F - 400/


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