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  • Confined Spaces and Gas Detection
    When monitoring the atmosphere in a confined space, there are several important issues that need to be considered, reviewed, and managed. One of the major issues centers on air quality and what you are breathing, both prior to entry and during occupation of a confined space. You need to know what
  • Operator Interface to Fit Small Spaces
    HMI for Small Spaces
  • Compact Retaining Rings Fit into Tight Spaces
    Retaining Rings for Tight Spaces Hoop-style retaining rings are well suited for use with cylinders and thin-wall tubing. The shaft or housing, not the ring, usually limits load capacity. Hoop-style retaining rings offer an innovative way to retain mechanical components when space is limited
  • ANSI/ASSE Z117.1-2009, "Safety Requirements for Confined Spaces"
    This paper summarizes and explains the latest edition of the ANSI/ASSE Z117.1 Standard for safe work in confined spaces. We will examine the key requirements of the new Standard, which was issued and became effective in August 2009. We will compare the new Standard to the previous edition
  • Winning the Space Race
    it in after the fact. Companies that take advantage of Q8 report seeing fewer deviations and rejected batches, reducing risk and easing regulatory compliance burdens, while achieving continuous improvement. The key to achieving QbD is to successively map and master three spaces : Using the example
  • Space: the Fragile Frontier
    Space: the Fragile Frontier. Discussing the recognized issues of Earth orbital debris and planetary protection, this book sets them in the context of space law and ethical policies, and encourages a balance between desirable expansion into and protection of the space environment.
  • Analytical Mechanics of Space Systems
    Analytical Mechanics of Space Systems. Designed as a tutorial, this book provides a comprehensive treatment of dynamics of space systems starting with basic fundamentals, the topics range from kinematics and dynamics to more advanced celestial mechanics.
  • Technology Infrastructure for K-12 Schools, Part 2: Telecommunications Spaces, Pathways and Outlets (.pdf)
    For this article, we would like to focus our attention on interior technology infrastructure issues. Specifically, we will be dealing with the telecommunications spaces, pathways and outlets. While most of the discussion is focused on issues encountered with new construction, mention will be made

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