Ambient music
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...Ambient Music Order No: 192394 No: of pages: 8 Premium – 6530 “If music be the food of love, play on, give me excess of it, so that surfeiting all, I may sicken and so die”. William Shakespeare William Shakespeare’s words echo and re-echo in each and every music lover’s heart each time one listens to some really soul – stirring music. Music lovers from all around the world describe music to be the food of the soul – such is the power of music. Therefore, what better way to listen to music than having a wonderful ambience to go with it? This is what Ambient Music is all about. Ambient music is referred to as a kind of music that...
Time Variability in Ambient Noise
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...Ambient Noise Notable time variability in the noise spectrum happens when sound reaches below 100 kHz. Variability occurs mainly due to: Shipping Intensity - There is a normal diurnal or daily periodicity when there is increased shipping intensity within the day. Wave induced turbulence - Huge energy level needed to come up with a fully risen sea and the gradual decrease of wave height after a storm due to inertia are two reasons why wave induced turbulence varies over much longer time periods. A breaking wave in coastal regions can lead to an increase of up to 10dB in deep water predictions. Currently, there is no proof for seasonal variability in ambient noise levels... 1.4 Time Variability in...
Challenge of treatment low to medium strength municipal wastewater from ambient to low temperature by using UASB reactors.
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...AMBIENT TO LOW TEMPERATURE BY USING UASB REACTORS Professor Institution Date Literature Reviews 2001. Intergrated anaerobic treatment. Belgium. This book describes wastewater and sewage treatment in the Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB) digester. This is based on a new treatment system developed by a lecturer in the Agricultural University of Wageningen by the name Lettinga. The process is very appropriate for use in the subtropical and tropical regions. In the previous past, the process has been widely used in high strength to medium strength industrial wastes. A, Boncz 2001, "Anaerobic Digestion Congress." Belgium... ? CHALLENGE OF TREATMENT LOW TO MEDIUM STRENGTH MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER FROM AMBIENT ...
Skip navigation links BFS 346008B2 FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS (BFS346008B2)
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...ambient noise level in the bedroom is 60 dB and a solid core door reduces noise by 25 dB. Determine the minimum decibel ratings for the bedroom smoke alarm and the corridor smoke alarm. According to the NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm Code, the following guidelines for fire alarm decibel ratings must apply: Sleeping area audibility requirements 15 dB above average ambient sound levels, or 5 dB above maximum ambient sound level or 75dB whichever is greater Corridor fire alarms must be audible to all occupants of the floor From this information, we can compute... for the required decibel ratings: Solution for Bedroom Decibel Rating Ambient + 15 dB which should not be less than...
Health and Saftey
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...ambient concentration of carbon monoxide above 250ppm, which is harmful to people working in the warehouse. Carbon monoxide is odourless and so increase in the ambient concentration... will not be detected by smell and there is no equipment in the warehouse for detecting carbon monoxide increase in ambient concentration. Therefore the reasons for this situation are the presence of carbon monoxide in the exhaust of the gas fuelled fork lifts, due to the incomplete combustion of the fuel (Rimmer & Yarnell, 2009). The first action is to move the ladies that are complaining of dizziness and nausea out of the warehouse to breathe fresh air with more oxygen to remove the effects...
Mice oxygen consumption rate
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...ambient temperature through thermoregulation attained via proportional modulation of endogenous metabolic heat production. Warm-blooded animals maintain thermal homeostasis via internal metabolic processes; hence, endotherms can remain active over a broad range of ambient temperature (Stanier 79). # 2 Define metabolic rate Metabolic rate refers to the amount of energy utilized in a set period. Metabolic rate represents the pace at which energy can be utilized by an organism and encompasses the integration of all catabolic energy transformations in the body, as well as the intensity and speed of life itself. The metabolic rate may be enhanced by several processes of considerable ecological... Define...
Case Study on Global Warming and Climate Change
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...Ambient air pollution exposure and damage to male gametes: human Studies and in situ 'sentinel' animal experiments” by Christopher Somers provides detailed information on the effect of ambient (outdoor) air pollution (Somers, 2011). The article concentrates on the effects of air pollution on male gametes. The article discusses that ambient air pollution has been one of the main causes of health problems and significant changes in the reproductive parameters has been observed. In order to get the required and necessary observation the information provided... in the article was obtained from in situ, “sentinel” animal experiments. The animals provide the researcher with a great chance to...
RE-WRITE
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...Ambient Noise Notable time variability in the noise spectrum happens when sound reaches below 100 kHz. Variability occurs mainly due to: Shipping Intensity – There is a normal diurnal or daily periodicity when there is increased shipping intensity within the day. Wave induced turbulence - Huge energy level needed to come up with a fully risen sea and the gradual decrease of wave height after a storm due to inertia are two reasons why wave induced turbulence varies over much longer time periods. A breaking wave in coastal regions can lead to an increase of up to 10dB in deep water predictions. Currently, there is no proof for seasonal variability in ambient noise levels... 1.4 Time Variability in Ambient...
Frame by Frame - Music and Soundscapes
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...ambient or natural sound; while this is also recognized as non-diegetic it constitutes a more specific articulation of this sound notion ("Types of," 2011). In the ‘Barrels’ scene from Jaws one... Frame by Frame – Music and Soundscapes The specific scene under analysis is referred to as ‘Nash Cracks the . This specific scene is from a Beautiful Mind and features the instance when Nash cracks a complicated math equation. A variety of shots are used. The opening shot is a crane shot that begins with a medium frame and slowly pans in on the individuals speaking. This shot is edited against a close of the Nash character. Rather than functioning as a traditional close-up the camera rotates in a 360-degree...
Marketing
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...Ambient Scent on Static Advertising Recall The use of scents to capture the attention of the consumer in the corporate sector dates back to the 1990s. The approach sprouted from the decreased sales in Royce as result of embracing modern technology by the manufacturer, of which altered the original scent of a Rolls Royce vehicle. Various industries appreciated the use of scents then on. Ambient scent, fragrance associated with a certain store or brand is the basis of various research works conducted on the role of scent in an environment on the behavioural patterns of the consumers. The various... Marketing Article al Affiliation) Key words: consumer, product, behaviour The Impact of Congruency of...
Respiratory protection
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...ambient air through the air-purifying element. Atmosphere-supplying respirator means a respirator that supplies the respirator user with breathing air from a source independent of the ambient atmosphere, and includes supplied-air respirators (SARs) and self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) units. Emergency situation means any occurrence such as, but not limited to, equipment failure, rupture of containers, or failure of control equipment that may or does result in an uncontrolled significant release of an airborne contaminant. Immediately dangerous to life or health (IDLH) means an atmosphere that poses an immediate threat to life, would cause irreversible adverse health effects... Respiratory...
Research
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...ambient room temperature has an impact upon the overall shelf life of the chicken that is stored within the warehouse. In such a way, ambient temperature as an impact upon shelf life that shelf life does not have an impact upon ambient and stop in such a way that, the relationship is causal. By means of comparison... Perhaps one of the most common logical fallacies that is exhibited is with regards to the inherent belief that correlation is somehow linked to causality. Merely because two distinct sets of variables are somewhat comparable does not have an impact with regards to the fact that there is a distinct and similar cause between what promoted the correlation in the first place. The ultimate...
Engine performance and Efficiensy
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...ambient pressure Vi is the incoming air velocity (Lutz and Brooks 191). This force is the aerodynamic force that results to the propulsion of the aircraft. Its increase results to an increase of the speed at which the aircraft is travelling. a) How the relationship between net thrust and static thrust varies as an aircraft increases speed forwards. The aircraft thrust is influenced by the airflow into the engine. A change in the rate of airflow triggers a resultant thrust alteration. In the case of net thrust, the increase in the aircrafts speed results to an increase for air fed into the engine, resulting to a higher... Jet Engine Task Engine Thrust i) Maximum static thrust The maximum static force...
Engine performance and Efficiensy
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...ambient pressure Vi is the incoming air velocity. a) How the relationship between net thrust and static thrust varies as an aircraft increases speed forwards. The engine thrust is affected by the flow of air into the engine and is thus a change in the rate of airflow results to a change in the resultant thrust. With net thrust, the increase in the aircrafts speed results to an increase for air fed into the engine, resulting to a higher output. With static thrust, the environmental factors tend to determine the ability... i) Maximum static thrust The maximum static force generated by a jet engine in an instantaneous moment just before the craft begins its motion. It is defined as an aerodynamic force,...
Thermodynamic Cycle Analysis
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...ambient pressure, and ambient temperature for the engine have been input in the relevant green boxes in the excel file. The air pressure at sea level is 1.225 kg/m3, rounded off to 1.2 kg/m3 (Ahrens et al. 2012). This is at a temperature of 15°C (The Engineering Toolbox 2013). This air density is chosen because it is the density of air present at sea level. The ambient temperature is set at 300 K because this is generally taken as the average room temperature. The ambient pressure is chosen as 1.000 bar because the standard atmospheric pressure is generally indicated as 1 bar, which is equated to 100,000 Pa (Ahrens et al. 2012). Air density affects... ?Thermodynamic Cycle Analysis For an engine of your...
Strategic Decision Making (Team)
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...ambient. Traditional and marginal open scenarios represent societies of low knowledge intensities while marginal elitist and ambient represent societies of high knowledge intensities. The first scenario is where TES perpetuates specialization, compartmentalization and exclusivity. Under this, we have the traditional and marginal elitist scenarios. According to Dator (2002), TES institutions in the traditional scenario function in communities where knowledge intensity of life has not changed much and the role played by institutions of tertiary education like colleges and universities remain the same as in the past. Istance et al (2003) explain that in his scenario, TES... Strategic Decision Making Future ...
International study:Policy Analysis Paper
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...Ambient PM2.5 Air Pollution... International study: Policy Analysis Paper This paper is on air pollution in China. Air pollution is the level of toxics present in the air. In china, it has been confirmed that these toxic levels are so high. The economic growth rate in China is at 10 percent and it highly contributes to the high levels of air pollution. The high rate of pollution has led to many waterways becoming unusable, high birth defects and has made china to have the dirtiest air in the world. China has started losing on its economic opportunities due to the high levels of air pollution since many investors are running away from the pollution. Air pollution has become a major concern that needs...
Global Health
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...ambient air quality. The Clean Air Act is one of the regulations applied by the EPA to ensure clean outdoor air. These standards are important in determining the pollution levels that are considered acceptable for the outdoor air. Despite the availability of these standards and its best efforts, the EPA finds it difficult to control pollution resulting from to the small scattered but cumulatively catastrophic sources. They are, however, able to control the emission from single concentrated places such as industries. Such large pollutants are referred... Global Health It is apparent that the world is experiencing global meteorological change as is evident in the varyingand unpredictable weather patterns...
Marketing
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...ambient advertising themes (Office of News and Public Affairs, Boston College). Works Cited Office of News and Public Affairs. Boston College, 4 Feb. 2011. Web. 7 Feb. 2011.... Behavioral Influence of Brand Identity Personality of a brand can non-consciously “push” or “nudge” a consumer to act in ways consistent with that personality when exposed to brand imagery (Office of News and Public Affairs, Boston College). This breakthrough has been discovered by the two professors of Boston College, S. Adam Brasel and James Gips. The research theme was to study the influence of brand identity, specifically that of energy drink brands, on consumer actions and thus his / her behavior. The particular product...
Cognitive Psychology
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...ambient and hence justifies the turn of events... psychology al affiliation Whether from an external or internal environment recognition memory can be disappointing at times. The Specificity principle contends that memory works well when retrieval matches what is learnt. However, Brian Williams’ recent misremembering experience, which resulted in more doubts into his experience, reveals various doubts. The question whether Brian Williams intentionally misleads people through wrong versions of the events, nevertheless, matches class lessons. The linkage to memory cognition enlisted in the discussion relates to Williams’ mismatch of information to bad memory. Indeed, the study makes it ambient and hence...
Final Project Introduction and Week 1 Milestone
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...Ambient television: Visual culture and public space. Durham [u.a.: Duke Univ. Press. Zettl, H. (2007). Television production handbook. London: Isaac Pitman.... Type al Affiliation Media Type It is of crucial significance to that television is one of the types of media that is very reliable relevant to communication. Television is a type of communication medium that fits everybody at different ages. In this respect, it is important to note that television is important to anyone, whether a person is young or old. Television always helps in several sectors, thus, my research will focus on television as the media type of interest. When choosing television as the media type of interest, several factors were ...
Newton's Law Cooling
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...ambient temperature... Newton’s Law of cooling An experiment was set to investigate the Newton’s law of cooling. The objective of the study was to verify the Newton’s law of cooling, to find out the influence of air flow on the process of cooling, and to discuss the cooling process mechanism. Introduction. In experimental observations, the object’s surface temperature changes in a rate that is proportional to the relative temperature. This is, the differences between the temperature of the environment and the temperature of an object. This is referred to as Newton’s law of cooling. According to the Newton’s law of cooling the change in rate of the object temperature is directly proportional to the ambien...
Standart Test Method For Nitrogen Dioxide Content of the Atmosphere (Griess-Saltman Reaction)
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...ambient air. Principle An azo dye forming reagent is used to absorb nitrogen dioxide. Within 15 minutes, a stable red violet color is produced; which could be read visually or in a suitable instrument at 550 nm. Nitrogen dioxide reacts... ASTM D1607 - 91(2005) Standard Test Method for Nitrogen Dioxide Content of the Atmosphere (Griess-Saltzman Reaction) Introduction Griess-Saltzman reaction is used for the determination of nitrogen dioxide content of the atmosphere. An experiment has been conducted to determine nitrogen dioxide content in the atmosphere by using the ASTM D 1607 method. The objective of the experiment was to set up a reliable method for the sampling and analysis of nitrogen dioxide in...
The musical thought and influence of Brian Eno
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...Ambient Century: From Mahler to Trance: The Evolution of Sound in the Electronic Age. Bloomsbury Publishing. pp. p118. Reynolds, s. April 25, 2013. Brian Eno: Taking Manhattan (By Strategy). Red Bull... The musical thought and influence of Brian Eno Section I: A bibliography which lists 15 sources Eno, B. 1966, A year with swollen Appendices. Great Britain: Faber and Faber Ltd. Dayal, G. 2010, Another green world. New York, London: The Continuum International Publishing Group Inc. Dunhar- Hester, C. 2010, ‘Listening to Cybernetics: Music, Machines, and Nervous Systems, 1950- 1980’, Science, Technology & Human Values, 35(1), pp. 113-139. Retrieved: December 7, 2013 from http://sth.sagepub.com/content/35/...
Graphics and Games
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...Ambient lights and attenuation. Lighting in OpenGL is defined by the Lighting and Shading models. Before any setting is done, lighting mode is enabled since it requires enabling of the depth buffer. The glEnable is a function that enables several features in OpenGL and one of the features is lighting. This feature becomes the input parameter but still light will be required. Since the software has a direct support for approximately 8 lights, a light has to be enabled through a call. A disabling function is also available to disable unwanted light functions during programming. During programming, there are two types of light properties to be considered; one... ? Report: OpenGL Lighting and Shading OpenGL...
The musical thought and influence of Brian Eno
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...Ambient Century: From Mahler to Trance: The Evolution of Sound in the Electronic Age. Bloomsbury Publishing. pp. p118. Reynolds, s. April 25, 2013. Brian Eno: Taking Manhattan (By Strategy). Red Bull Music... The musical thought and influence of Brian Eno Section I: A bibliography which lists 15 sources Eno, B. 1966, A year with swollen Appendices. Great Britain: Faber and Faber Ltd. Dayal, G. 2010, Another green world. New York, London: The Continuum International Publishing Group Inc. Dunhar- Hester, C. 2010, ‘Listening to Cybernetics: Music, Machines, and Nervous Systems, 1950- 1980’, Science, Technology & Human Values, 35(1), pp. 113-139. Retrieved: December 7, 2013 from...
Whitman V. America Trucking Associations, Inc.
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...Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) which was challenged by industry groups for failure to account the cost of compliance. The Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the industry groups. Hence, appeal was made by EPA. The Supreme Court ruled in favor of the constitutionality of EPA’s delegated power to set national air quality standards for the protection of the public from harmful effects of air pollution, without considering... [Manager] 26 May Whitman V. America Trucking Associations, Inc. 531 US 457(2001) This case is within the coverage of Environmental Law. The issue in question is the constitutionality of the air quality standards that the Environment Protection Agency (EPA) issued for ground-level...
Service Operation Management_Discussion question
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...ambient conditions, parking facilities, attractive interior design, general layout and the facility’s signate. These are very important environmental conditions that can help in attracting and retaining clients into a business premise such as a restaurant or a bar. Since everyone comes... Servicescape Servicescape refers to the environment where service delivery is offered by the seller to t It has an integral role to play in business because it can help in determining its success. As explained by Bitner and Booma, servicescape can positively on negatively impact on performance (Booms & Bitner, 2008). To be precise, the servicescape that support the service concept include pleasant ambient conditions, pa...
Solar Oven Written Report
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...ambient temperature was 750c while internal temperature was 810c. The internal oven temperature was then measured at 5-minute intervals. In which case the resulting highest temperature reached was 1260c and the SOTD performance index was 3.23. Introduction Regardless of its specific form, solar oven is considered as a device able to transform solar energy into heat. Internal temperature of the oven cavity normally starts to rise as soon as it is placed in the sun... heat flows out of the sides and bottom of the oven, and a term that describes how much heat is lost out of the window Pout = (Usb* Asb +U w*Aw) (Tio – T ambient) Whereby: Usb = the overall heat transfer...
Phase 2 - International Law and Business
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...Ambient Air Quality Standards) NAAQS and its purpose was even to have separate NAAQS in all the states of United States by the period of 1975 (Www2.epa.gov, 2014). The main aim of any organization is to ensure that shareholder value is increased and in order to increase the shareholder’s value, a company needs to ensure that it continues to perform its business in a profitable manner. Keeping the profitability of the company in mind, the company needs to give importance to protection of the environment as if due... International Law and Business International Law and Business Companies located in the region of United s have a legal as well as moral duty to operate while ensuring that they minimize the...
Respiratory Protection
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...ambient air and filters it before inhalation. Nitrogen Leakage in Confined Area Nitrogen is not poisonous but presents a significant hazard when it is mixed with breathing air. In the provided situation the nitrogen leaking from the tubes would mix... ?Introduction Respiratory protection is required in a number of different work situations where the personnel are exposed to harmful substances that may be inhaled or ingested. Such situations involve work areas where there is harmful dust, smoke, gases, sprays, fogs, mists and vapors. In case that these hazards are not protected against, there are chances that the personnel exposed to these things may suffer from lung impairment, cancer as well as other...
Chemical Safety and Industrial Hygiene
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...ambient air contaminated with benzene presents the highest risk of benzene poisoning. Moreover, the paper will discuss precautionary measures that can serve to mitigate the detrimental effects resulting from benzene poisoning. Chemical Safety and Industrial Hygiene: Case Study Benzene has multiple uses... the effects. The paper will tackle these in relevance to a 22-year old man working in a laboratory that utilizes benzene. Potential Routes of Exposure Research reveals that occupational exposure to benzene poses the highest risk. The 22-year old man is subject to occupational exposure of benzene in the designated chemical laboratory. The man can gain exposure to the potentially harmful...
Clinical Case Formulation
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...ambient sounds from the environment such as turning on of the refrigerator as a sign from God to sit and wait for a brown and black cat that will save him from his persecutors. History of the problem The patient started hearing voices since 3 years prior to consult (PTC), and receiving signals 1 year PTC, with it stopping only when he would bite his lip really hard or pull his hair. He also claims the voices can be drowned out by outside interferences such as wind... ?Referral and Identifying Information Kellan, a 20 year old male, who came in with a chief complaint of hearing voices. Presenting Problem Kellan complains of hearing voices of people, who he thinks are persecuting him. He also takes ambient ...
The Water You drink
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...Ambient groundwater quality in Yuma basin: a 1995 baseline study, ADEQ Open File Report 98-7. Yuma County. 1998. Water Services Department of the City of Yuma. Annual water report: water testing performed in 2010. Water Services Department of the City of Yuma. 2010.... Water You drink This paper is a report on the quality of water in the of Arizona, more specifically, Yuma as provided by the water services department of the city of Yuma. According to the water testing that was performed in the year 2010, the quality of water supplied to the state of Yuma meets and even surpasses all state and federal standards of water-quality (Water Services Department of the City of Yuma, 1). According to ADWR (26),...
Future of HCIs
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...Ambient Intelligence: The Evolution of Technology, Communication and Cognition Towards the Future of Human-Computer Interaction. Amsterdam: IOS, 2005. Print. Carroll, John M. Human-computer Interaction in the New Millennium N . New York, N.Y: ACM Press, 2002. Print.... The Future of Human Computer Interface The Future of Human Computer Interface Human Computer Interface (HCI) is the planning, studying, construction, designing and implementation of human-centric interface modes between computers and computer users. HCI is a broad discipline that incorporates diverse fields with different concerns regarding computer development. Computer science deals with the interaction between technology, work and...
Literature
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...ambient point of view in which, he sees and knows everything occurring in the world of the story. The narrative voice in lines 1870-1873 sees the King’s kiss and the tears of the prince. The narrative voice of these lines also describes what the characters are thinking and feeling. The voice narrates the sorrow among the characters that is present because they were never to meet. The narrative voice has chosen to describe the scene of departure between the two characters. There is a sense of confusion but the narration describes that a farewell is the best decision. Ecstatic failure... Literature The narrative voice in these lines of the poem is omniscient all-knowing narrator. The narrator has an...
I have always noticed that when it is foggy or very cloudy outside the
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...ambient temperature by much to put it into saturation. As such, when it is humid outside, the air is much closer to saturation than otherwise, and the dew point spread is low. That is the relationship you see when it is cloudy or foggy. The air has enough moisture at those temperatures to be visible, and it would not have to get much colder for it to drop from the air.... Dew Point Compared To Observed Atmospheric Conditions I have always noticed that when it is foggy or very cloudy outside the temperature-dew point spread is very small. In other words, the temperature is almost equal to the dew point. Why is this so? Warm air can hold more water than cold air. Dew point is a measure of temperature ...
The Water You drink
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...Ambient groundwater quality in Yuma basin: a 1995 baseline study, ADEQ Open File Report 98-7. Yuma County. 1998. Water Services Department of the City of Yuma. Annual water report: water testing performed in 2010. Water Services Department of the City of Yuma. 2010.... Water You drink This paper is a report on the quality of water in the of Arizona, more specifically, Yuma as provided by the water servicesdepartment of the city of Yuma. According to the water testing that was performed in the year 2010, the quality of water supplied to the state of Yuma meets and even surpasses all state and federal standards of water-quality (Water Services Department of the City of Yuma, 1). According to ADWR (26),...
Refrigeration Laboratory
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...ambient temperature... Refrigeration Laboratory Refrigeration Laboratory Plot the cycle on the refrigeration chart and include in your report Calculate on the mechanical power input, P, from the dynamometer data = dynamometer torque x dynamometer speed = 2.75 x 10. 5 = 28.875 kW Calculate the rate of heat input in the evaporator = 0.15 x (h1 - h4) = 0.15 x (405-214) = 28.65kW Calculate the rate of heat output from the condenser =0.5 x (h2 – h3) = 0.5 x (440 – 214) = 113 kW Calculate the refrigeration effect of the plant Q1-4 = m (h1 – h4) = 0.15 (405 – 214) = 28.65 KJ/min Calculate the coefficient of performance of the plant = coefficient performance for refrigerator + coefficient performanc...
Systems of Power Essay
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...ambient noise is occurring (telling others to turn music on and off, for instance) and communicating based solely on his own perceptions of need. The listeners in this environment are supposed to be completely passive in terms of communication, and simply react silently to orders barked by the main surgeon – in the only instance when someone tries to make him the listener, by telling him that he has a time limit, the doctor fails to respond, or acknowledge that he has heard what is being said. This pattern continues in doctor-everyone else relations throughout the entire course of the movie, and one of the most interesting aspects... ?Systems of Power, Expertise and Their Relation to Listening in The...
Marketing
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...ambient and benevolent environment ideal for free flow of opinions and languid conversations. However, it must be mentioned that my initial attraction towards Starbucks was essentially due to the perfect... ? Starbucks – Brand Positioning A brand might be a logo or a symbol or a judicious combination of visuals as well as texts that prompt the customers to instantly establish a connection with a product. Such a connection helps the customer to remember or recall a previous experience about the brand and motivated them to make a purchase. Some management experts are of the view that brand recall is not only restricted to previous personal experiences of a prospective customer but also of all related...
Lighting Design
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...ambient. Local and more demanding tasks like reading table. Accent lighting should highlight particular objects in the space or for architecture. General lighting can also be provided to give a uniform illumination throughout the space and work planes.Suplemental and task lighting will provide... 2. a) relevant documents required for lighting design: Building energy s document for example approved document L Manufacturers lighting data Lighting catalogue APPROACH TO LIGHTING DESIGN The first approach to a lighting design is know what the space is used for. This will enable us to know the quantity of light, color temperature and direction For general and orientation tasks, ensure the illumination is ambie...
Data Analytics and Understanding Big Data
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...Ambient Intelligence – the Next Step for Artificial Intelligence’, IEEE, vol. 23, no. 2, pp. 15-18. In this article, the author talks about the future of artificial intelligence in context of its uses in organizational settings. The main emphasis of this article is on ambient intelligence, which is a next step for artificial intelligence. As technology continues to evolve and expand, changes occur in every sector and technology... Annotated Bibliography Hanson, W & Marshall, B 2001, ‘Artificial intelligence applications in the intensive care unit’, Critical Care Medicine, vol. 29, no. 2, pp. 427-435. This article deals with the use of artificial intelligence in intensive care units. The paper explores the...
Marketing Communication
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...ambient media. Although BMI had reservations about using television as the media initially, the advertising agency convinced them that television has a strategic value in generating widespread awareness fast and in building brand image. Ambient media also proved to be every effective in launching the brand as passengers actually followed the trails of baby-sized foot-prints around the concourse floor. Q2. An advertising agency is essential to draw up the advertising plan. Normally products come to advertising agencies with an established brand image but BMI wanted to introduce a new product which had established competitors in the market. BDDH had to work... Q1. The four major marketing communications...
Business research method and skills
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...ambient conditions of a retail outlet and its impact on consumer purchasing decision. In this particular research study ambient conditions of retail outlets would be thoroughly analyzed so as to determine an area which can be taken into consideration for further research study. There are different factors outlined in the study such as retail environment, congruence... Business Research Method and Skills ID: Word Count: Module Contents Contents 2 Introduction 3 Literature Overview 4 Proposed Methodology 7 Ethical Issues 10 Limitations of research study 11 Timeline 11 References 12 Introduction There are various factors encompassed within a retail store. This study shall highlight the importance of ambient...
Improv Show
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...ambient and was not very loud. However, it set the distinct spirit of optimist for the audience. People were moving around and the music was playing; so, everyone waited for the show to start. I believe that this affected by experience of the show quite a low since it contributed to the formation of the good mood and I could appreciate the performance that I was about to see. Of course the latter would have been enjoyable without the music, but with it the impact was amplified. The show did not have a particular name. It was called just like the group of the improvisers was called. There were eight of them: three women and five men. One should note that they all were of...
Cover Songs
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...ambient or ‘numb’ theme that is directly reflected in the spacey and ballad-like vocals. This is contrasted with the theme of the Scissor Sisters’ version which seems to refer to ‘numb’ in another state. Outside of the lyrics, there are clearly a number of differences in meaning between these songs. The instrumentation in the Pink Floyd song implements luscious synthesizer... ?Cover Songs While a song may contain the same structural elements as another song, oftentimes there are greatly divergent expressive patterns. One considers the nature of the cover song as a prominent example of this situation. In these instances, one musical group writes and records a song. This song is then re-recorded by another ...
Report on photosynthesis lab
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...ambient temperature has been reported to significantly influence the apparent photosynthetic rate of plants. In this paper, we demonstrate the influence of ambient temperature on apparent photosynthetic rate using a leaf disk model system. Our results indicate that apparent photosynthetic rate increases with temperature. We discuss the possible reasons for the observed pattern and discuss the implications that the relation may have for plant growth and productivity. Introduction Among several environmental variables, temperature has been known to strongly... Revisiting Blackman's limiting conditions for photosynthesis: influence of temperature on photosynthetic rate of leaf disks Among other factors,...
Speak like a chemist
1 pages (250 words) , Case Study
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...Ambient air pollution and autism in Los Angeles County, California. Environmental Health Perspectives (Online), 121(3), 380.... Speak Like a Chemist al Affiliations The effects of air pollution in Los Angeles are observed in terms of reduced visibility, a lot of damage to crops, irritation which causes watery eyes and bad smell. The implication of this is that when pollutants, which are foreign substances, are released into the atmosphere. Such substances may include the smoke which is very rampant in Los Angeles, obviously because of the many motor vehicles being used in the city. Huge clouds of smoke contain particles of carbon which is black in colour, resembling soot produced by local and traditional ...
Stereo Field
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...Ambient Music 21... Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Background and Introduction 4 1 Objective 5 2 Movement and Music 6 2.Interfaces and Interactions 72.1.1 The Interface between Movement and Music 7 2.1.2 The Interface between Matter and Space 8 2.1.3 The Interaction between Movement, Matter, Space and Sound 8 2.1.4 Unique Energy 8 3.Musical Actions 9 3.1 Triggering 9 3.2 Processing 10 3.3 Structuring 10 3.3.1 Algorithmic Music Composition 10 3.3.2 Live Recording 11 3.3.3 Playback Techniques 11 3.4 Panning 12 3.5 Mapping Physical and Musical Actions 13 4. SOUND CONTROLLERS 15 5. Music Production and Mixing 16 6. A Case Study of Producer’s Techniques: Phil Spector 19 7.1 Brian Eno’s A...
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