Appropriate erasable markers may also be used on the surface sheet of the panel units to sketch or mark-up various relationships or configurations. In addition to this earth surface double panel unit, a vertical storage and display unit ...
Author: R. Buckminster Fuller
Publisher: Estate of R. Buckminster Fuller
The documents in this series originated with a proposal made by R. Buckminster Fuller to the International Union of Architects (I. U. A.) at their VIIth Congress in London, England in July, 1961, launching the World Design Science Decade. He proposed then that the architectural schools around the world be encouraged by the I. U. A. to invest the next ten years in a continuing problem of how to make the total world's resources which [in 1961] serve only 40% serve 100% of humanity through competent design despite a continuing decrease of metal resources per capita. In essence, The World Design Science Decade series of documents suggests, in great detail, ways in which world architectural schools, and specifically their students, should initiate, and assume The Design Science Decade. The total series includes many of Fuller's most prescient ideas. A note from the series editor, John McHale: "Though the language of some of the texts may seem difficult at first approach, it should be borne in mind that one of our major problems in thinking today  is the use of language systems which still represent a fixed, structurally compartmentalized world view. The terms available to us for the expression of dynamic, rather than static, concepts are far from satisfactory. Fuller's language is particularly representative of the 'transitional state' (of the western world) between the older, traditional, noun-centered culture to its present day, changing, verb-centered culture'. In his search for an adequately descriptive terminology he tends to employ concepts and usages from many different fields juxtaposed in ways which may be unfamiliar to those more customarily restrained within the vocabularies of particular disciplines." Description by the Buckminster Fuller Institute, courtesy of The Estate of R. Buckminster Fuller
There are two basic types of tank designs which can be used for underground installations : the frozen - earth type and a double - wall VJ type . The frozen - earth type has been used for liquefied natural gas ( LNG ) storage . This ...
Author: G. Daniel Brewer
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Technology & Engineering
Liquid hydrogen is shown to be the ideal fuel for civil transport aircraft, as well as for many types of military aircraft. Hydrogen Aircraft Technology discusses the potential of hydrogen for subsonic, supersonic, and hypersonic applications. Designs with sample configurations of aircraft for all three speed categories are presented, in addition to performance comparisons to equivalent designs for aircraft using conventional kerosine-type fuel and configurations for aircraft using liquid methane fuel. Other topics discussed include conceptual designs of the principal elements of fuel containment systems required for cryogenic fuels, operational elements (e.g., pumps, valves, pressure regulators, heat exchangers, lines and fittings), modifications for turbine engines to maximize the benefit of hydrogen, safety aspects compared to kerosine and methane fueled designs, equipment and facility designs for servicing hydrogen-fueled aircraft, production methods for liquid hydrogen, and the environmental advantages for using liquid hydrogen. The book also presents a plan for conducting the necessary development of technology and introducing hydrogen fuel into the worldwide civil air transport industry. Hydrogen Aircraft Technology will provide fascinating reading for anyone interested in aircraft and hydrogen fuel designs.
Author: Royal Agricultural Society of EnglandPublish On: 1872
Pans will be kept ready at the earth shed , so that the Warder will only have to exchange used pans for fresh ones that will form the reserve on the division . By this arrangement each division of the prison using earth - closets can ...
Author: Royal Agricultural Society of England
Vols. for 1933- include the societys Farmers' guide to agricultural research.
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Later on as new data storage media become available , the data is migrated onto these media in real time , since every day some amount of the data is migrated as it is being used . The questions then become how all of these components ...
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Author: Martin H. Trauth
Publisher: Springer Nature
MATLAB® is used in a wide range of geoscientific applications, e.g. for image processing in remote sensing, for creating and processing digital elevation models, and for analyzing time series. This book introduces readers to MATLAB-based data analysis methods used in the geosciences, including basic statistics for univariate, bivariate and multivariate datasets, time-series analysis, signal processing, the analysis of spatial and directional data, and image analysis. The revised and updated Fifth Edition includes seven new sections, and the majority of the chapters have been rewritten and significantly expanded. New sections include error analysis, the problem of classical linear regression of log-transformed data, aligning stratigraphic sequences, the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index, Aitchison’s log-ratio transformation, graphical representation of spherical data, and statistics of spherical data. The book also includes numerous examples demonstrating how MATLAB can be used on datasets from the earth sciences. The supplementary electronic material (available online through SpringerLink) contains recipes that include all the MATLAB commands featured in the book and the sample data.
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Multistage Sampling of Earth Resources With Aerial and Space Photography PHILIP G. LANGLEY Table 8–1 . ... Third , even if complete data were available , not enough computers or storage banks are available to handle this information ...