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acceleration – determines the time, the motor accelerates to full movement speed (the lenght of acceleration ramp)
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Carl Lewis

In fact the first edition of the world championship was expected and he qualified for 100 m, 200 m and long jump. He showed all his powerful qualities. On 19th June he runs the semi- final of 200 m in 20"15 s. Then he goes for the long jump. First jump: 8,71 m. Second jump: 8,79 m, leaving at least 20 centimetres before the limit! Carl got dressed again and went away. Two hours later he's ready for the final of 200 m. His acceleration burns the track and, twenty meters far from the goal, raises his arms and greets the spectators. Final time: 19"75!! Journalists, who were astounded, asked him why he didn't try to break the world record (19"72): "I run against opponents not against absents" he replied. So the world championships of Helsinki confirmed his supremacy: three golds. It wasn't a secret Carl planned to win four gold medals at Los Angeles and he was at top du...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Stilistika loeng

! The phonetic ... ... ... ... of the utterance does not exist ... ... ... ... ... ... with the meaning and message. We distinguish between prosodic means and orchestration of sounds. Prosodic means include such elements of speech as loudness, pitch, acceleration or slowing down the tempo, pauses, stress, etc. In this respect the written text is far from perfect. Much of it can be pronounced differently and therefore understood differently. LOUDNESS: FGI 1081 Stylistics (I. Ladusseva) 10 Depends on many factors. Diminished loudness expresses intimacy, mildness, shyness, but also...

Stilistika (inglise) - Tallinna Ülikool
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Exami kysimused-vastused

g. "bacon and e."). Phrasal verbs are more expressive than their one-word counterparts and they are colloquial. Nouns converted from such verbs are even more colloquial (e.g. "a car was in a smash-up", "a pick-up", etc.). 6. PHONETIC EXPRESSIVE MEANS AND STYLISTIC DEVICES We distinguish between prosodic means and orchestration of sounds. Prosodic means include such elements of speech as loudness, pitch, acceleration or slowing down the tempo, pauses, stress, etc. In this respect the written text is far from perfect. Much of it can be pronounced differently and therefore understood differently. LOUDNESS: Depends on many factors. Diminished loudness expresses intimacy, mildness, shyness, but also threat and warning. A loud voice may express familiarity, good heartedness, excitement, etc. PITCH: Depends on a state of excitement. It is high when a person is a...

Stilistika (inglise) - Tallinna Ülikool
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Lühendite seletus

RAT Rating (file name extension) RAVE Rendering Acceleration Virtual Engine [Apple Computer] .RAW Raw Data (file name extension) RB Right Button (of 2 or 3 button Mouse) RBBS Remote Bulletin Board System RBCS Remote Bar Code System RBOC Regional Bell Operating Company .RC Resource (file name extension) RC1 Release Candidate 1 [Microsoft] RCD Redistribution Control Descriptor RCL Rotate Carry Left RCP Remote Control Panel + Remote Copy [Internet] + Restore Cur...

Informaatika - Kutsekool
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Ford escorti käsiraamat

ngine idles erratically or Neutral Transmission slips, shifts roughly, is noisy or has no drive in Engine misfires at idle speed forward or reverse gears Engine misfires throughout the driving speed range Engine hesitates on acceleration Driveshafts 7 Engine stalls Clicking or knocking noise on turns (at slow speed on full lock) Engine lacks power Vibration when accelerating or decelerating Engine backfires Oil pressure warning light illuminated with en...

Auto õpetus - Kutsekool
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Inglise keele stilistika

The phonetic arrangement of the utterance does not exist by itself- it is iseparably connected with the meaning and message. Phonetically we distinguish between prosodic means and what may be termed as orchestration of sounds. Prosodic means Include such phenomena of speech as loudness, diapason (pitch), acceleration or slowing down the tempo, pausation, logical and emphatic stress, intonation contours. In this respect the written text is far from being perfect, much of it can be pronounced differently and therefore understood differently. Loudness The tone of the voice may vary from being cold, sharp, contemptuous to being tender, gay etc. Depends on many factors. Diminished loudness expresses intimacy, shyness, mildness, also threat, warning may...

Stilistika (inglise) - Tallinna Ülikool
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Eksam

pid. aruanne, mis Hüpoteek on oma olemuselt reaalaktivatega tagatud ja maksepikendust 15-45 päevaks. Max. limiit 2kuu näitab panga varade koosseisu ja nende moodustamise regulaarseid sissemakseid nõudev veksel. Kindustatud sissetulek. allikaid. Panga bilansis sisaldub kapitali kahekordne pantkirjad on...

Raha ja pangandus - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Stilistika materjalid

Phonetic expressive means Every work of literature is a certain sequence of sounds. Phonostylistics studies phonetic features at the speaker's or writer's disposal to emphasize words. The phonetic arrangement is inseparably linked with the meaning and message. Phonetically we distinguish between prosodic means and orchestration of sounds. Prosodic means include such phenomena of speech as loudness, pitch, acceleration or slowing down the tempo, pausation, stress and intonation. In this respect, the written text is far from perfect. Much of it can be pronounced differently and so understood differently. The pitch depends on the state of excitement. It is high when one is angry and low when one is disappointed, sorrowful or desperate. The tempo is slow when we feel sadness and it's fast when we feel anger, fear, joy and other momentary feelings. Loud...

Stilistika (inglise) - Tallinna Ülikool
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Styles in interior design

The art of classicism typically seeks to be formal and restrained: of the Discobolus Sir Kenneth Clark observed, "if we object to his restraint and compression we are simply objecting to the classicism of classic art. A violent emphasis or a sudden acceleration of rhythmic movement would have destroyed those qualities of balance and completeness through which it retained until the present century its position of authority in the restricted repertoire of visual images." [1] Classicism, as Clark noted, implies a canon of widely accepted ideal forms, whether in the Western canon that he was examining in The Nude (1956), or the Chinese classics. Classicism is a force which is often present in p...

Inglise keel - Kutsekool
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Hübriidauto - Hybrid car

Why to purc has e a hybrid c ar? 1. Made of lightweight materials hybrids are small in size. The engine is designed to be fuel efficient. When the car halts at a signal, the engine will automatically shut down and restart when the car shifts into gear. 2. These cars have the advantage of being powered by a gasoline engine and an electric motor that takes care of acceleration . 3. The batteries of the electric motor recharge automatically by harnessing the kinetic energy produced during braking. 4. Hybrid car engines produce less emission, give better mileage, idle less, and are fuel efficient. Why to purc has e a hybrid c ar? 5. The aerodynamic design reduces drag and the tires are made of a special rubber that reduces friction. 6. The battery has high capacity and is made of ni...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikakõrgkool
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Quiz3 vastatud

If the stator field frequency is 150, what can you tell about the slip frequency of the loaded synchronous motor? - 24. If the stator field frequency is 150, what can you tell about the slip frequency of the loaded induction motor? - 25. If J = 3, = 2, and t = 10, what will be T? -3*210=0,6 I*wt 26. If J = 12 and T = 10, what will be acceleration ? -1012=0,8ms2 TJ 27. If J = 4 T = 2, and = 5, how long the start-up will continue? -4*52=10s I*wT 28. If J = 1 and T = 5, what speed will be reached at t = 2? -5*21=10rads t*TJ 29. If J = 12, what torque is required to provide acceleration of 5? -12*5=60Nm 30. If J = 5 and T = 5, what time is needed to reach the speed of 5? -5*55=5s I*wT 2. Quiz on Electrical Drive Characteristics 1. Name the typical kinds of the time response proces...

Elektriajamite üldkursus - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Tulemüür - Referaat

Tartu Kutsehariduskeskus ÕPPEGRUPP NIMI Tulemüür Referaat Juhendaja: Tartu 2010 Sisukord Sissejuhatus.......................................................................................................................3 1. MIS ON TULEMÜÜR?...

Arvutivõrgud - Kutsekool
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Praktikumide aruanne Automaatjuhtimissüsteemide jätkukursus

TALLINNA TEHNIKAÜLIKOOL Infotehnoloogia teaduskond Automaatikainstituut Automaatjuhtimise ja süsteemianalüüsi õppetool Daniel Tuulik 111618 IASM Praktikumide aruanne Aines ISS0022 Automaatjuhtimissüsteemide jätkukursus Juhendaja: Eduard Petlenkov Dotsen...

Automaatjuhtimisüsteemide... - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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TPT automaatika eriala kursuse töö

Later electronic starters and drives came to the fore as modern, cost-effective, reliable and maintenance free solution for industrial applications. An electronic drive or starter is an energy converter, which modulates the electrical energy supplied to the motor. Electronic starters are used solely for asynchronous motors. They are a type of voltage controller. Variable speed drives ensure gradual acceleration and deacceleration and enable speed to be matched precisely to operating conditions. Controlled rectifier type variable speed drives are used to supply power to DC motors and frequency inverters are used for AC motors. Historycally, drives for DC motors appeared first. Reliable and cost effective frequency inverters appeared as a result of advances in power electronics and microelectronics. Modern frequency inverters can be used to sup...

Automaatika alused - Kutsekool
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Test VIII - cumulative test

It is excited by either the excitation winding or the permanent magnets. The stator plays the role of an armature. It is supplied by ac. If the counter-torque of the motor increases, how will the torque change? Recall the major equation of torque equilibrium: the motoring torque should overcome the load counter-torque and cause an acceleration , which in turn changes the load speed and position. Test VII If the armature resistance of the dc motor increases, will the no-load or the starting torquespeed be reduced? The no-load torque as well as the starting speed equal zero in any situation. An armature resistance affects the starting torque and operating speed. How does the rheostat starting affect the run-up currenttorque of the dc motor? The run-up current and torque drop. If...

Sissejuhatus robotitehnikasse - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Eesti-inglise-vene laeva mehaanika terminoloogia sõnastik

ahtrilainete süsteem stern wave system different trim dünaamilise tõstejõuga laev dynamically supported ship erikaal specific weight Froude arv Froude number gravitatsiooniline takistus gravity-related resistance hõõrdetakistus frictional resistance hõõrdetegur coefficient of friction koosmõj...

Laevade ehitus - Kutsekool
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Sir Isaac Newton

Isaac Newton School: Nyo Science School Class 10b Supervisor: Meeli Lepisk Author: Brita Lodi Sir Isaac Newton 16431727 · 25 December 1642(4 January 1643, New Style) , in England · Died 20 March 1727 (aged 84) Sir Isaac Newton 16431727 He is the greatest and most influential scientist who ever lived · Physicist · Mathematican · Astron...

Füüsika - Keskkool
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Seadmed ja rakised. Kursuseprojekt. Flants

5 Tabel 1 Pingi Bridgeport 610XP3 parameetrid Travels x axis 610 mm y axis 500 mm z axis 610 mm Feedrate Rapid traverse rate 434336 mmin Acceleration xyz 654 ms2 Worktable Working surface 900 x 500 mm Table load 500 kg Spindle Max. Spindle speed 12,000 rpm Spindle power 18,5 Kw (S6-40%) (25hp) Max spindle torque 118 Nm S...

Metallilõikeriistad ja... - Tallinna Tehnikakõrgkool
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Kosmilised kiired

Bouncing back and forth in the magnetic field of the remnant randomly lets some of the particles gain energy, and become cosmic rays. Eventually they build up enough speed that the remnant can no longer contain them, and they escape into the Galaxy. Because the cosmic rays eventually escape the supernova remnant, they can only be accelerated up to a certain maximum energy, which depends upon the size of the acceleration region and the magnetic field strength. However, cosmic rays have been observed at much higher energies than supernova remnants can generate, and where these ultra-high-energies come from is a big question. Perhaps they come from outside the Galaxy, from active galactic nuclei, quasars or gamma ray bursts. Or perhaps they're the signature of some exotic new physics: superstrings, exotic dark matter, strongly-...

Füüsika - Keskkool
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Hüdro- ja aeromehaanika

In this case we have dependence of the density in coordinates. When changes are very small, we can neglect them. 7. What means Boussinesq's approximation? In fluid dynamics, the Boussinesq approximation is used in the field of buoyancy-driven flow (also known as natural convection). It states that density differences are sufficiently small to be neglected, except where they appear in terms multiplied by g, the acceleration due to gravity. The essence of the Boussinesq approximation is that the difference in inertia is negligible but gravity is sufficiently strong to make the specific weight appreciably different between the two fluids. Sound waves are impossibleneglected when the Boussinesq approximation is used since sound waves move thru density variations. 8. Three laws of thermodynamics? First Law of Thermodynamics The first law of thermodynam...

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