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  • Scanning for Ideas: Building a Better Rat Trap
    eatsup metal conductors in the controller, killing mechanism) 2- It is hard to get a cell signal from under the manhole, this has been tried and the only solution is to drill the manhole cover and install an antenna on the outside. Keep in
  • On the cutting edge of FEA
    a pickup punch used in progressive dies. The punch cracked at an antirotation feature. Geometry that lowered the strain in the part solved the cracking problem. The underside of a manhole-cover model from LeBaron Foundry shows simulation constraints around the edge. Changing the geometry

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  • Sensor Networks
    J. F. Mastarone and W. J. Chappell, “Urban sensor networking using thick slots in manhole covers ,�? in Proceedings of Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium 2006, New Mexico, USA , July 2006.
  • Optimisation of a piezoelectric system for energy harvesting from traffic vibrations
    Fig. 2 shows that the PCB is attached to a 10 cm × 10 cm metal plane and then the metal plane is attached to a manhole cover . The analog voltage is digitalized and logged in the sampling frequency of 1 KHz using an embedded controller (model cRIO-9014, National Instruments, USA ).
  • Patent-part
    The Kontaktbeh ~ ilter is closely completed through a cover 19 and the bottom 20. In the cover 19 a manhole 21 with VerschluB 22 is mounted. That the kon-29) USA .
  • Adaptive composite antennas for a city-wide sensor network
    Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette IN 47907, USA E-mail: jeong11@purdue.edu Abstract: A city-wide wireless sewer sensor system becomes ‘intelligent’ by having adaptive manhole cover antennas.
  • Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems
    Mastarone, J.F., Chappell, W.J.: Urban sensor networking using thick slots in man- hole covers . Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium 2006, New Mexico, USA (July 2006) 11.
  • CR4 - Thread: Electronics News
    I have to recommend "Nuts and Volts" last of the hobby electronics magazines published in the USA . Why do they make manhole covers round? so they won't fall in [before asking "Who is John Galt?"] .
  • CR4 - Thread: How Do They Do It?
    New 3d printers kept secret from us in the USA , all us cartoon avatars have to chime in , it's LYN Why do they make manhole covers round? so they won't fall in [before asking "Who is John Galt?"] .
  • Biotechnology for Odor and Air Pollution Control
    This chapter, through the case studies, covers a wide range of bioreactors including a single-stage biofilter, stacked tray biofilters, manhole cover biofilters, biotrickling filters, and several biofilter applications related to sulfur compounds, the most odorous compound found at municipal wastew- ater... An example of industrial odor emission application in the USA is the use of a biofilter for the elimination of odors at the Detroit, Michigan, plant (Fig. 1.1).
  • CR4 - Thread: Work In Manhole With Energized Cables
    brich (2); fixitorelse (1); jmueller (4); KJK/ USA (1); Natfuelbill (1); PeterT (1); TonyS (1); wareagle (1 Previous in Forum: Is There Any Governing Body that Certifies Labs? You might be interested in: Manholes and Manhole Covers , Patch Cables and Cords, Computer Cables .
  • The utility’s perspective on calculating “stray voltage”
    J. D. Bouford is with TRC Engineering, LLC., Augusta, ME 04330 USA (e- mail: jbouford@trcsolutions.com about shocks received while using in -ground swimming pools. Metallic streetlight poles, manhole and handhole covers , guard rails and fences have all been implicated in causing people to receive electrical shocks, with some being fatal.
  • Arcing fault detection in underground distribution networks-feasibility study
    In underground secondary distribu- tion cables in ducts, the decomposition gases escape to the ends of the duct, typically, manholes , where they can ignite fire or explode, throwing out the manhole cover . ...Power Systems Technical Conference, Clearwater Beach, FL, May 7–11, and approved for publication in the IEEE TRANSACTIONS... ...with the Energy Systems Research Center, University of Texas, Arlington, TX 76019-0048 USA (e-mail: charytoniuk@uta...
  • Poisonings
    After an indication ~ uf the meaning the becomes Elektroschweil ~ of method in the modern industry the fiber reports a worker that after ll/~stfindiger Schweil ~ work under argon- protective gas in a boiler mlt strong malaise, respiratory distress, ttusten and... The boiler had a content yon 56 mAs and besal~ only a single manhole . Under Berficksichtigung of the Erkrankungs ~ lle bekanntgewordenen in last time in USA the yore VerL becomes...
  • Measurement and Estimation of Gasoline Fuel Vapour Losses from Retail Outlets
    Handling losses occur due to spillage at the time of filling/through leaks in dispenser etc or from improperly covered manholes etc. Stage I and Stage II vapour recovery systems have already been in place in many countries. ...systems have been in place since early nineties in Eastern Washington and North Carolina Division in USA .