Archive for February, 2014

Planner Meeting

Monday, February 24th, 2014

In a large number of human activities it is necessary to work in team and organized by different meetings with the aim of reaching agreements, establish strategies, distribute the work and achieve goals, objectives or conflict resolution is common. The major drawback is that many of these meetings are not effective and repeatedly falls in a circle that leads without sense that does not lead to the expected results, in that sense should plan effective meetings following and respecting the following principles: v start on time: the issue of timeliness is essential to take domination and control of a situation and our life, when a meeting begins after the hour then sends a bad message of disorganization and lack of respect, is essential to highlight the policies of absolute punctuality, as us says Andrew Corentt in his book I am happy, I am rich which is indispensable respect his word, or be himself, if you do not control nor the smaller things then how he thinks controlling major projects, in this book you learn techniques to make their words taking power and the first strategy is to always fulfill the tasks that you are committed to make. (v) review the agenda and set priorities: one of the great disadvantages of many meetings is that a lot of topics that are of little importance touching and the result of this is that time runs out without that the most important issues are addressed, then you must deal with the most urgent and far-reaching subjects. v adhere to the agenda: it is common to lose the goal at a meeting and it is here where the moderator or leader should be attentive in order to ensure that the objectives are met fully. v properly assign tasks: This applies before, during and after, a good Planner always gives timely responses, it is necessary to avoid all improvisation.

International Conference

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

Moreover, in the early stages the most promising application of a 40% solution as an additive in polystyrene mixture in an amount up to 2% by weight of polystyrene, thus achieving a reduction in consumption of liquid glass in 2 times, increase the strength of the mixture in dried state at 8-10. But in this case we find that the positive effect that These mixtures are legkovybivaemymi, upon heating above 300 C, they can easily spill out of the cavities of the casting, sand cores made. Thus, by adjusting in the range of 1-2% of this additive, engineer-founder gets gamut legkovybivaemyh mixtures for various conditions of casting (mass casting a rod, a kind of alloy), the competitive strength of resin. A design for recycling polystyrene foam technology by dissolving the gum in turpentine obtained data show a very wonderful opportunity to compaction. According to the table in one unit (46 cm3) of 40% solution is placed 19.14 volume units (880.5 cm3) of waste polystyrene foam, and with respect to source 30 cm3 of solvent that the volume of waste more time in 29.35. Questions or References 1.

O. Shinskij, V. Doroshenko, A. Striuczenko, J. Ladarieva. Recykling polistyrenu piankowego / / Recykling. (Miesiecznik ogolnopolski. Poznan) – 2008 .- 1 – P.28-29 2.

IV International Conference "Replast 2007. Recycling of plastics. " Moscow. 3. Bedrik BG, Chulov PV, Kalashnikov, SI Solvents and cleaning compounds for machinery: A Handbook. – Moscow: Khimiya, 1989.-176 with. 4. Shinsky O.Y., Terlkovsky .V., Stryuchenko AA, that n. Dekle. U.S. Pat. Ukraine 9003 vd 15.09.2005. Zastosuvannya gum turpentine for yak rozchinnika vdhodv pnopolstirolu. Bull. 9. 5. Shinsky O.Y., Naydek VL Stryuchenko AA, that n. U.S. Pat. Ukraine 77 338. Polstirolne zv'yazuyuche for vigotovlennya livarnih forms that sterzhnv – publ. 15.11.2006, Bull. 11. 6. Shinsky OI Doroshenko, VS, AA Stryuchenko Sand mixture, based on polystyrene for molds and cores with higher crude compressive strength. Casting the 2008 Abstracts. Reports .- K. editors of "casting process", 2008. – S.193 – 194.

Upper Concrete

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014

If you are using a combination of two or more lower the flag, they are placed with an overlap on one another for at least 3 cm Upper panel should overlap the lower 10-15 cm docking installable with the band already hardened concrete upper cloth is placed on it, with an overlap of at least 20 cm from the joint. Evacuation is carried out at the dilution of 0.07-0.08 MPa. The duration of vacuum set at the rate of 1-1.5 min to 1 cm thick concrete layer. With less dilution of the specification, but not less than 0.06 MPa, the duration of evacuation increases in inverse proportion to the fall depression. Stop in the absence of vacuum movement of water through the transparent section of the pipeline and achieving concrete mixture density at which the surface is weak footprint of man. At the end of the process of evacuating the upper edge of the cloth roll so that the bottom could be seen filtering cloth, and then disconnect the vacuum unit and suction mat is removed.

Evacuating the concrete, you can immediately make reparation for the surface, which carried out in two stages. Primary processing is carried out smoothing machines SB-170, equipped with a disk. Secondary treatment produced 3-5 h after the primary the same machine, equipped with blades (disc removed). At Smoothing the surface move on already hardened concrete. If the area is laid concrete can not do that, then smoothing produce "back" while moving around the otvakuumirovannomu concrete. Concrete coatings must harden in wet conditions. To do this, they go to sleep with wet sawdust or cover with wet burlap or woven mats. A layer of wood shavings, mats or burlap kept wet for 7-10 days from the beginning their installation. The intensity of the wet set depending on local conditions of humidity and air temperature, but in all cases, even partial drying of the coating during this period are not allowed. Watering concrete water surfaces not covered with sawdust, mats, burlap, is not effective, as water flows down and accumulates in low areas, creating not equivalent conditions of concrete hardening, which leads to the formation of cracks in the coating

Long Tails on the Internet

Wednesday, February 5th, 2014

These products are known as products that are at the end of the tail or the Long Tail products. Suppose we have a video club that is comprised of a catalog of 5,000 films that correspond to 1000 different titles. If we see daily sales statistics we find that in 100 films sold to date, some 50 members of the 10 titles superestreno and 50 other members of about 40 titles that are documentaries, classics, independent films, ie not as well known titles. The Long Tail invites us to identify those 40 rare titles that originated the other half of sales. The Long Tail in e-commerce e-commerce portal Amazon gets 50% of their income from book sales from titles that are not the usual blockbuster. Why people buy on Amazon? Is it because they can get some titles of books in any bookstore in the street are not available.

Another good reason to buy on Amazon is their competitive prices direct result of its low cost of storage. This cost reduction is possible only through its Internet business model based on the Long Tail. Internet has enabled many companies realize the benefits of the Long Tail. The first requirement for applying this theory is based on the creation of a wide range of products. To get rare products we have many stock. For a retail store having a wide range of products is synonymous with higher costs of storage. For a Web site storage costs rarely grow in large proportions with increasing stock of products.

Massachusetts Institute

Wednesday, February 5th, 2014

Some engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of technology (MIT) have successfully created a sophisticated and economical method to convert ordinary glass into a solar concentrator technology. The technology relies on glass Windows, applies to which a coating as a paint or varnish, that collects and directs the photons that would be lost if this surface is a conventional solar panel. In addition, could allow in the future that an office building obtain energy through its tinted Windows, in addition to using your roof. This technology can be very practical to reduce the cost of solar energy. Marc Baldo, Michael Currie, Jon Mapel, Timothy Heidel and Shalom Goffri covered glass panels with layers of two or more light sensors dyes. The dyes absorbed the incoming light and reemitieron energy inwards of the glass, which served to drive the light towards the solar cells along the edges of the panels. Dyes may vary from which appear in bright colours to chemical compounds that you are very transparent to visible light.