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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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99% - a9cecc4c4ac1dcc400f84d683aec894b asgnmt 05 cpp en

2 — a method toString() simply returning the product name, without any modification.

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98% - Becker et al 2015 The Cochrane library

Comparison 10 Any method with a specified protocol of simultaneous versus sequential pumping, Outcome 1 Quantity of milk expressed.

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98% - call for papers (1)

Teaching method The choice of a teaching method (or methods) depends largely on the subject or the skill under focus and on what fits the teacher, his or her educational philosophy, classroom demographic, and subject area(s).

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97% - edp

The iteration method 3.4.

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97% - Java6Samenvatting

JavaBean Naming Conventions 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) If the property is not a boolean, the getter method’s prefix mus t be get.

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95% - risteski2008

2008, 2(3), 104-115 Artículo © 2008, Sociedad Química de México ISSN 1870-1809 A New Generalized Matrix Inverse Method for Balancing Chemical Equations and their Stability Ice B.

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95% - 04277904

One method is based on winding function analysis (WFA) and the other on finite-element analysis (FEA).

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95% - FORTRAN PROGRAMS

Grade Lecturer in Mathematics Govt Victoria College, Palakkad BISECTION METHOD c 40 50 PROGRAM bs To find zero of an equation by bisection method write(*,40) format(1x,'To find a real root of an equation using Bisection',\) write(*,50) format(' method.') write(*,*) write(*,*)'Enter numbers between which the root is to be found:' read(*,*)a,b IF((f(a).GT.0).AND.(f(b).LT.0))THEN w=a a=b b=w ENDIF 20 30 10 write(*,*)'Input error value:' read(*,*)e c=(a b)/2 IF(abs(f(c)).LT.e) GOTO 30 IF(f(c).LT.0)THEN a=c ELSE b=c ENDIF GOTO 20 write(*,10)c format(1x,'The approximate root of the function is:',F8.3) STOP END function f(c) f=c*c-5*c 6 return END GAUSS ELIMINATION c 10 20 PROGRAM gelmn Gauss elimination method to solve a linear system of eqns dimension a(30,30),x(30) write(*,10) format(1x,'To solve a linear system of equations using Gauss ',\) write(*,20) format('Elimination method with pivoting(using subroutine).') write(*,*)'Enter the number of variables:' read(*,*)n write(*,*)'Enter the coefficients in the equations:' read(*,*)((a(i,j),j=1,n 1),i=1,n) DO 30 k=1,n-1 100 90 call pivot(a,k,n) DO 90 i=k 1,n u=a(i,k)/a(k,k) DO 100 j=k,n 1 a(i,j)=a(i,j)-u*a(k,j) continue continue 30 continue IF(abs(a(n,n)).LE.(.00001))THEN write(*,*)'Ill conditioned equations.' STOP ENDIF 70 60 110 80 x(n)=a(n,n 1)/a(n,n) DO 60 i=n-1,1,-1 sum=0 DO 70 j=i 1,n sum=sum a(i,j)*x(j) continue x(i)=(a(i,n 1)-sum)/a(i,i) continue write(*,*)'Values of the variables are as follows:' DO 80 i=1,n write(*,110)x(i) format(1x,F10.3) continue STOP END subroutine pivot(a,k,n) dimension a(30,30) real mx integer p,q mx=abs(a(k,k)) 40 50 p=k DO 40 m=k 1,n IF(abs(a(m,k)).GT.mx)THEN mx=abs(a(m,k)) p=m ENDIF continue IF(mx.LE.(.00001))THEN write(*,*)'Ill-conditioned equations.' STOP ENDIF DO 50 q=k,n 1 temp=a(k,q) a(k,q)=a(p,q) a(p,q)=temp continue return END EULER’ METHOD PROGRAM eu c Euler's method to solve a first order de dimension x(50),y(50) write(*,*)'To solve a differential equation using Euler method.' write(*,*)'Enter initial values:' read(*,*)a,c write(*,*)'Enter value at which result is to be found:' read(*,*)b write(*,*)'Enter the number of subintervals required:' read(*,*)n x(1)=a y(1)=c h=(b-a)/n write(*,*)'The function values at each step is given below.' write(*,*) write(*,*)' x Function value' write(*,10)x(1),y(1) 10 format(1x,F10.4,5x,F10.4) DO 20 i=1,n x(i 1)=x(i) h y(i 1)=y(i) h*f(x(i),y(i)) write(*,10)x(i 1),y(i 1) 20 continue STOP END function f(x,y) f=(y-x)/(y x) return END REGULA FALSI METHOD PROGRAM regfal Regula falsi Method to a find a root of an eqn write(*,40) 40 format(1x,'To find the approximate root of a function using ') write(*,50) 50 format(\,'Method of False Position.') write(*,*)'Enter the numbers between which root is to be found:' read(*,*)a,b c IF((f(a).GT.0).AND.(f(b).LT.0))THEN w=a a=b b=w ENDIF 20 10 30 write(*,*)'Input error value:' read(*,*)e c=(a*f(b)-b*f(a))/(f(b)-f(a)) IF(abs(f(c)).LT.e) GOTO 10 IF(f(c).LT.0)THEN a=c ELSE b=c ENDIF GOTO 20 write(*,30)c format(1x,'The approximate root of the function is:',F8.3) STOP END function f(c) f=c**3-9*c 1 return END GCD OF A SEQUENCE OF NUMBERS PROGRAM ss integer x(30) write(*,*)'To find the gcd of a set of numbers.' write(*,*)'Enter number of numbers:' read(*,*)n write(*,*)'Enter the numbers:' read(*,*)(x(i),i=1,n) j=x(1) DO 10 i=2,n k=gg(j,x(i)) j=k 10 continue write(*,20)j 20 format(1x,' GCD= ',I4) STOP END 30 function gg(a,b) integer a,b IF(a.GT.b)THEN j=a a=b b=j ENDIF i=mod(b,a) IF(i.EQ.0)THEN gg=a return ELSE b=a a=i GOTO 30 ENDIF END

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95% - 00789874

Signal Attenuation Method In this method, the signal strength of the MS at three or more BSs is measured for network-calculated position estimation, or vice-versa for mobile-calculated position estimation.

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95% - step 4

step 4 MECA2120 Introduction aux éléments finis Evolution of a pollutant’s concentration in the Atlantic Ocean using Finite Element Method Janssens de Bisthoven Damien, Department of Civil Engineering, Ecole Polytechnique de Louvain, UCL (Belgium) Stoupy Pierre, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ecole Polytechnique de Louvain, UCL (Belgium) Keywords Stommel stream function, Petrov-Galerkin, Runge-Kutta, Advection-diffusion 1 Abstract This fourth and last step of the project is to evaluate the change of the concentration of a pollutant in the Atlantic Ocean, whose flow is carried by the Gulf Stream.

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95% - log

0 method name: ... 0 method name: ... 0 method name:

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94% - approaches elt 1

An Introduction Table 9.1 What I Believe about my Teaching and my Classroom Table 9.2 Sources for Teacher Beliefs Approach, Method, Techniques Reflection Moment M1 – 9.1 Self-Quiz 9.2 Grammar-Translation Method The Grammar-Translation Method Table 9.3:

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94% - 095 108

[3], [4] thus present an identification method of the rotor of electric resistance which does not make it possible unfortunately to consider stator electric resistance These articles propose two thermal approaches then to bind two resistances of the electric model:

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94% - The importance of consistency in the training of dogs

Effects of rearing method, combined The two groups with the lowest score on rule structure (R2, PR1) is associated with lowest obedience and highest level of problem behaviours.

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94% - taking notes

NOTE TAKING SYSTEMS 5 Methods • The Cornell Method • The Outline Method • The Mapping Method • The Charting Method • The Sentence Method The Cornell Method The Cornell method provides a systematic format for condensing and organizing notes without laborious recopying.

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94% - Quasi Applied

Quasi Applied electronic reprint Journal of Applied Crystallography ISSN 1600-5767 Moroccan ornamental quasiperiodic patterns constructed by the multigrid method Youssef Aboufadil, Abdelmalek Thalal and My Ahmed El Idrissi Raghni J.

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93% - Current Trends and Processes in RIA May 2006 Jacobs and Associates

3 30 May 2006 Current Trends in Regulatory Impact Analysis © Jacobs and Associates 1) a move toward more integrated methods of assessment, converging to a method called here soft benefit-cost analysis, as countries try harder to identify the interactive effects of policies.

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93% - CV EN Ian Guillot interactive

Management, Communication, Human resources management, Quality and Safty management, Business strategy, Innovation, Intellectual property protection, Marketing, Projects management, Costs calculation for engineers, Accounting, Finance, Advanced manufacturing techniques, IT, Environmental science, Finite elements method, Matlab &

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93% - Chapter9 Titrimetric Methods

Chapter9 Titrimetric Methods Chapter 9 Titrimetric Methods Chapter Overview Section 9A Section 9B Section 9C Section 9D Section 9E Section 9F Section 9G Section 9H Section 9I Overview of Titrimetry Acid–Base Titrations Complexation Titrations Redox Titrations Precipitation Titrations Key Terms Chapter Summary Problems Solutions to Practice Exercises Titrimetry, in which volume serves as the analytical signal, made its first appearance as an analytical method in the early eighteenth century.

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93% - User Manual Andro switch

ANDRO-SWITCH Device description Important information to be aware of regarding the male thermal contraception (MTC) method with testicular lifting and the use of the thermal ring:

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93% - 17 RewNPLS

The method unites fast and efficient calculation schemes of the Recursive Exponentially Weighted PLS with the robustness of tensor-based approaches.

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93% - liver

Immunohistochemical staining techniques, in particular the ABC method, the APAAP method, and the TUNEL technique, are used to label defined antigens with monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies.

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