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2015 Pauline Latapie Thèse professionnelle 100%

REPARTITION DES CATEGORIES D'ASSOCIES EN VOLUME EN 2015 .............................................................................

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Regolamento Minirugby 2011-2012 98%

REGOLAMENTO DI GIOCO CATEGORIE PROPAGANDA INDICE pag.

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ORGANIGRAMME 98%

10:00 - 12:00 COMBINE Fédérale A 7-15 ans Duos GAc Ensemble 1 - FRILEY/GALLAIS 10:00 A S COURONNAISE Fédérale A 7-15 ans Duos GAc Ensemble 2 - HASPOT/GAMARD 10:04 CLUB GYMNIQUE STEPHANAIS Fédérale A 7-15 ans Duos GAc Ensemble 1 - HINFRAY/FACQUE 10:08 CLUB GYMNIQUE STEPHANAIS Fédérale A 7-15 ans Duos GAc Ensemble 1 - PANIER/BARON 10:12 C.S.M.G.DIEPPE Fédérale A 7-15 ans Trios GAc Ensemble 2 - BICHEUX/LOUIS/OUSSAIH 10:16 C.S.M.G.DIEPPE Fédérale A 7-15 ans Trios GAc Ensemble 1 - BOURIEL/AUSSY/AUSSY 10:20 CLUB GYMNIQUE STEPHANAIS Fédérale A 7-15 ans Trios GAc Ensemble 2 - LESUEUR/GAUTIER/BARROIS 10:24 NRGym Elbeuf Fédérale A 7-15 ans Trios GAc Ensemble 1 - RICHARD/CADINOT/DELMACHE 10:28 C.S.M.G.DIEPPE Fédérale A 7-15 ans Trios GAc Ensemble 1 - TALBOT/PARMENTIER/HEBERT 10:32 NRGym Elbeuf Fédérale A Toutes categories Duos GAc Ensemble 1 - GUIGNON/BOURDON LEJEUNE 10:36 C.S.M.G.DIEPPE Fédérale A Toutes categories Duos GAc Ensemble 1 - RIVASSEAU/RIBEIRO 10:40 A S COURONNAISE Fédérale A Toutes categories Trios GAC Ensemble 1 - BRIGAND/KERAVEC/RUQUIER 10:44 A S COURONNAISE Fédérale A Toutes categories Trios GAC Ensemble 1 - LEMAISTRE/HÉBERT/FONDIMARE FORFAIT 10:48 CERCLE GYMNIQUE BOLBECAIS Fédérale A Toutes categories Trios GAC Ensemble 1 - DELAFOSSE/MALLET/CUMONT 10:52 C.S.M.G.DIEPPE Fédérale A Toutes categories Trios GAC Ensemble 1 - THIERRY/DEBRAY/AUSSY 10:56 CLUB GYMNIQUE STEPHANAIS Fédérale A Toutes categories quatuor GAc Ensemble 1 - EDET/PEYRELONQUE/BACHELIER/ZAMBANO 11:00 NRGym Elbeuf Fédérale A Toutes categories quatuor GAc Ensemble 1 - LIEGEARD/DJADDA/CHABAS/HAMZIC 11:04 ESPERANCE D'OISSEL Fédérale B Toutes categories Duo GAC Ensemble 1 - LEMAISTRE/HÉBERT/FONDIMARE FORFAIT 11:08 CERCLE GYMNIQUE BOLBECAIS Fédérale B Toutes categories Duos GAC Ensemble 1 - HASPOT/CANU 11:12 CLUB GYMNIQUE STEPHANAIS Fédérale B Toutes categories Duos GAC Ensemble 1 - LEBOUCHER/CALINE 11:16 CERCLE GYMNIQUE BOLBECAIS Fédérale B Toutes categories Duos GAC Ensemble 1 - MAILLET/DELORME 11:20 NRGym Elbeuf Fédérale B Toutes categories trios GAC Ensemble 1 - GUELLE/SANGNIER/BARON 11:24 C.S.M.G.DIEPPE Fédérale B Toutes categories trios GAC Ensemble 3 - DUTOT/BAUDERE/PUNSOLA 11:28 G.G.P.E.

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80 286e-60945 98%

9 3 Definitions and abbreviations ..........................................................................................12 4 3.1 Definitions .............................................................................................................12 3.2 Abbreviations used in this standard .......................................................................13 3.3 IMO Performance Standards..................................................................................13 Minimum performance requirements ...............................................................................14 1 General .................................................................................................................14 4.1.1 Introduction................................................................................................14 4.1.2 General requirements ................................................................................15 4.2 Design and Operation ............................................................................................15 4.2.1 Ergonomics and HMI..................................................................................15 4.2.2 Hardware ...................................................................................................18 4.2.3 Software ....................................................................................................19 4.2.4 (6.4) Inter-unit connection .........................................................................19 4.3 Power supply .........................................................................................................20 4.3.1 (7.1) Extreme power supply .......................................................................20 4.3.2 (7.2) Excessive conditions .........................................................................20 4.3.3 (7.3, 7.4) Power supply short-term variation and power supply failure ........20 4.4 (8) Durability and resistance to environmental conditions.......................................20 4.5 Interference ...........................................................................................................20 4.5.1 (9,10) Electromagnetic compatibility .........................................................20 4.5.2 (11.1) Acoustic noise ................................................................................21 4.5.3 (11.2) Compass safe distance...................................................................21 4.6 Safety precautions .................................................................................................21 4.6.1 (12.1) Protection against accidental access to dangerous voltages ............21 4.6.2 (12.2 12.3) Electromagnetic radiofrequency radiation.................................21 4.6.3 (12.4) X-radiation .......................................................................................21 4.7 (13) Maintenance..................................................................................................22 4.7.1 Maintenance of hardware ...........................................................................22 4.7.2 Maintenance of software ............................................................................22 4.8 (14) Equipment manuals .......................................................................................22 4.9 (15) Marking and identification ..............................................................................22 Methods of testing and required test results....................................................................23 4.1 5 5.1 5.2 6 General .................................................................................................................23 Test conditions ......................................................................................................23 5.2.1 Normal test conditions ...............................................................................24 5.2.2 Extreme test conditions..............................................................................24 5.2.3 Excessive conditions..................................................................................25 5.3 Test results............................................................................................................25 Operational checks (all equipment categories) ................................................................25 6.1 Ergonomics and HMI .............................................................................................25 6.1.1 General......................................................................................................25 6.1.2 (4.2.1.2) Arrangement ...............................................................................25 3 60945 Ed.4  IEC:2001 8.3 8.4 8.5 General .................................................................................................................31 Dry heat.................................................................................................................33 8.2.1 Storage test (portable, exposed and submerged equipment) ......................33 8.2.2 Functional test (portable, protected and exposed equipment).....................33 Damp heat .............................................................................................................34 8.3.1 Functional test (portable, protected and exposed equipment).....................34 Low temperature....................................................................................................34 8.4.1 Storage test (portable equipment) ..............................................................34 8.4.2 Functional tests .........................................................................................35 Thermal shock (portable equipment) ......................................................................35 8.5.1 Purpose .....................................................................................................35 8.5.2 Method of test ............................................................................................36 8.5.3 Required result ..........................................................................................36 Drop (portable equipment) .....................................................................................36 8.6.1 Drop on hard surface .................................................................................36 8.6.2 Drop into water ..........................................................................................36 Vibration (all equipment categories).......................................................................37 8.7.1 Purpose .....................................................................................................37 8.7.2 Method of test ............................................................................................37 8.7.3 Required result ..........................................................................................38 Rain and spray (exposed equipment) .....................................................................38 8.8.1 Purpose .....................................................................................................38 8.8.2 Method of test ............................................................................................38 8.8.3 Required result ..........................................................................................38 Immersion..............................................................................................................39 8.9.1 Submerged equipment ...............................................................................39 8.6 8.1 8.2 8 7.1 (4.3.1) Extreme power supply ................................................................................31 7.2 (4.3.2) Excessive conditions ..................................................................................31 7.3 (4.3.3) Power supply short-term variation...............................................................31 7.4 (4.3.3) Power supply failure ...................................................................................31 (4.4) Durability and resistance to environmental conditions – Methods of testing and required test results ................................................................................................31 7 6.1.3 (4.2.1.3) Operation....................................................................................26 6.1.4 (4.2.1.4) Identification ...............................................................................26 6.1.5 (4.2.1.5) Screen display and indicators .....................................................27 6.1.6 (4.2.1.6) Voice Announcement ..................................................................28 6.1.7 (4.2.1.7) Safety of operation .....................................................................28 6.1.8 (4.2.1.8) Distress alert ...............................................................................28 6.2 Hardware ...............................................................................................................29 6.2.1 (4.2.2.1) General ......................................................................................29 6.2.2 (4.2.2.2) Alarms and Indicators .................................................................29 6.2.3 (4.2.2.3) Illumination .................................................................................29 6.3 Software ................................................................................................................30 6.3.1 (4.2.3.1) General ......................................................................................30 6.3.2 (4.2.3.2) Safety of operation .....................................................................30 6.3.3 (4.2.3.3) Monitoring ..................................................................................30 6.3.4 (4.2.3.4) Operation....................................................................................30 6.4 (4.2.4) Inter-unit connection ...................................................................................31 Power supply – Methods of testing and required test results ...........................................31 8.7 8.8 8.9 4 60945 Ed.4  IEC:2001 9 8.9.2 Portable equipment ....................................................................................39 8.9.3 Portable equipment (temporary immersion) ................................................39 8.10 Solar radiation (portable equipment) ......................................................................40 8.10.1 Waiver 40 8.10.2 Purpose 40 8.10.3 Method of test ............................................................................................40 8.10.4 Required result ..........................................................................................40 8.11 Oil resistance (portable equipment) .......................................................................41 8.11.1 Waiver 41 8.11.2 Purpose 41 8.11.3 Method of test ............................................................................................41 8.11.4 Required result ..........................................................................................41 8.12 Corrosion (salt mist) (all equipment categories) .....................................................41 8.12.1 Waiver 41 8.12.2 Purpose 41 8.12.3 Method of test ............................................................................................42 8.12.4 Required result ..........................................................................................42 (4.5.1) Electromagnetic emission – Methods of testing and required test results ............42 General .................................................................................................................42 Conducted emissions (all equipment categories except portable)...........................43 9.2.1 Purpose .....................................................................................................43 9.2.2 Method of test ............................................................................................43 9.2.3 Required result ..........................................................................................43 9.3 Radiated emissions from enclosure port (all equipment categories except submerged) ...........................................................................................................43 9.3.1 Purpose .....................................................................................................43 9.3.2 Method of test ............................................................................................43 9.3.3 Required result ..........................................................................................44 10 (4.5.1) Immunity to electromagnetic environment – Methods of testing and required test results ......................................................................................................................44 9.1 9.2 10.1 General .................................................................................................................44 10.2 Radio Receiver Equipment ....................................................................................45 10.2.1 Exclusion band ..........................................................................................45 10.2.2 Assessment of receiver responses .............................................................46 10.3 Immunity to conducted radio frequency interference ..............................................46 10.3.1 Purpose 46 10.3.2 Method of test ............................................................................................46 10.3.3 Required result ..........................................................................................47 10.4 Immunity to radiated radiofrequencies (all equipment categories except submerged ) ..........................................................................................................47 10.4.1 Purpose 47 10.4.2 Method of test ............................................................................................47 10.4.3 Required result ..........................................................................................47 10.5 Immunity to fast transients on a.c.

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28/02/2014 www.fichier-pdf.fr

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01/02/2020 www.fichier-pdf.fr

Rules Français 2013-1 96%

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25/05/2012 www.fichier-pdf.fr

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17/09/2012 www.fichier-pdf.fr

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17/04/2019 www.fichier-pdf.fr

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https://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2014/02/20/jrc86057/

20/02/2014 www.fichier-pdf.fr

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25/10/2014 www.fichier-pdf.fr

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16/02/2012 www.fichier-pdf.fr

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