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Signal generation Flash light signals Marine-use signals Automobiles Emergency lights 4. (...) Standard light source Planetarium Search lights Light solder — — — — — — — — DGP-WG/06-WP/26 Appendix D D-2 SHORTER TYPE Model Rated Wattage (W) Rated Current (A) Operating Current Range (A) Rated Voltage (V) Gas Pressure (MPa) Average Life (h) Contents Capacity (mL) Remarks UXL-5S 500 28 17~30 18 2.0 (2000kPa) 1500 20 UXL-7S 700 37 30~45 19 1.5 (1500kPa) 1500 40 UXL-7SC 700 37 30~45 19 1.5 (1500kPa) 1500 40 UXL-10S 1000 50 30~55 20 1.5 (1500kPa) 1500 40 UXL-10SC 1000 50 30~55 20 1.5 (1500kPa) 1500 40 UXL-16S 1430 65 45~70 22 1.2 (1200kPa) 1500 70 UXL-16SC 1430 65 45~70 22 1.2 (1200kPa) 1500 70 UXL-25S 2500 90 70~100 28 1.0 (1000kPa) 1500 120 UXL-25SC 2500 90 70~100 28 1.0 (1000kPa) 1500 120 UXL-40SC 4000 135 80~150 29 1.0 (1000kPa) 800 200 HIGHLY-STABLED TYPE Model Rated Wattage (W) Rated Current (A) Operating Current Range (A) Rated Voltage (V) Gas Pressure (MPa) Average Life (h) Contents Capacity (mL) Remarks UXL-S75 75 5.4 4.6~5.4 15 4.5 (4500 kPa) 0.5 UXL-S150 150 8.5 8~9 17.5 2.0 (2000 kPa) 3000 2.5 UXL-S151 150 7.5 7~8 20 2.0 (2000 kPa) 3000 2.5 WATER-COOLED XENON SHORT ARC LAMPS Model Rated Wattage (W) Rated Current (A) Operating Current Range (A) Rated Voltage (V) Gas Pressure (MPa) Average Life (h) Contents Capacity (mL) Length (mm) UXW- 25000F 25000 550 0.5 (500kPa) 400 1200 UXW- 15KD 15000 400 0.5 (500kPa) 900 — — — — — — — — DGP-WG/06-WP/26 Appendix E APPENDIX E HALOGEN LAMPS Halogen Lamps ( Typical types) Lamp Item JD 85W Single-ended (w/Infrared rays mirror) Reflecting Mirror Type JR50W (w/All-glass) Vehicles Lamps 60/55W (Hard-glass made H4) Material used 1 Glass Tube ( g ) 2.9 1.4 6.2 Quartz glass (SiO2) is used. Hard glass (borosilicate glass) only for vehicles lamps. 2 Mounting Parts ( g ) 0.3 0.4 1.0 Tungsten (W) for filament, Molybdenum (Mo) for lead wire, Quartz glass for stem glass. 3 Sealed Gas (MPa) 0.2 ~ 0.6 MPa ( 200kPa ~600kPa) Inert gas ( argon, xenon, nitrogen, etc.) and very small amount of halogen compound are sealed. 4 Mirror (Dichroic) (g) - 29.9 - Borosilicate-glass made mirror in an oval and paraboloid shape.
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Score: 1371620.5 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...f%20the%20Whole%2006/WP.26.pdf
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Fig. 02: daylight factor CIE Overcast Sky Outside illuminance Inside illuminance Inside IlluminanceDaylight Factor = x 100 Outside Illuminance Clerestory Monitor Sawtooth Skylight 3 u r b a n e n e r g y t e c h n i c a l n o t e Fig. 05: side lighting via clerestory windows Coca-Cola building, Nairobi ©UN-Habitat / Jerusha Ngungui Fig. 06: top lighting via sawtooths Fig. 07: Vertical openings into a courtyard lit via an atrium ©UN-Habitat / Jerusha Ngungui New Office Facility, United Nations Office Nairobi © UN-Habitat / Julius Mwelu ©UN-Habitat, 2015 RMi2 Building, Colorado © Andrew Michler additional innovative daylighting strategies: • light shelves have a dual purpose, providing shade and indirect lightinglight bounces off the reflective surface of the shelf onto a ceiling, which bounces it into the room thereby increasing the amount of daylight penetration. • light-pipes collect light through a heliostat located at the rooftop, and channel it through a reflective tube of prismatic glass or mirrors. At the end of the light pipe, diffuse light is distributed within the space. • anidolic ceilings use parabolic concentrators to collect diffuse daylight which is distributed to the back of a room through a specular light duct located above a ceiling plane. • Venetian blinds with a reflective upper surface may be used to reflect the sun’s rays onto a light-coloured ceiling to provide diffuse lighting in the building’s interior. • translucent materials may be used in place of glass to admit diffused light into a space with no direct sun. • solar bottle bulbs made from plastic bottles filled with water and encased in a galvanised iron sheet provide an environmentally friendly daylighting solution to houses with non-existent or typically small windows as in the case of informal settlements. glazing ratio The larger the glazed area, the more daylight and heat gain will enter – but the larger the heat losses will be. (...) Tinted or reflective glass reduces solar heat gains but limits the amount of visible light.
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Score: 1364724.8 - https://unhabitat.org/sites/default/files/2020/07/gh070e.pdf
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They were constrained by budgets, geography – the site is a narrow strip bound by roads and a railway between existing buildings – and the need for an efficient, energy-saving work environment that catered to the needs of its staff. Aluminium, glass, stone and concrete are the main building materials used in a delicate compromise between maximum light penetration and optimal heat retention or cooling. (...) One of the innovations of the building’s Modernist architecture was the inventive manipulation of natural light, which floods the interior then is reflected off the spacious light grey walls of the central core. The interior office walls are made of glass, cutting down on harsh artificial light. The lighting system operates through a series of sensors that react to movement within a given space; the energy allocation is further adjusted to take account of available natural light, giving balanced and consistent illumination at lower cost.
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A glass half-empty, yet half-full | Africa Renewal Skip to main content Get the free mobile apps Get the latest news from us on our apps.   (...) Some people view Africa’s achievement as a glass half-full, others consider it a glass half-empty. (...) Topics:  MDGs Also in this issue Cover Story Sustainable Development Goals are in sync with Africa’s priorities By Kingsley Ighobor Sustainable Development Goals ‘I foresee a world without poverty’ By Kingsley Ighobor Sustainable Development Goals Financing Africa’s development agenda By Jocelyne Sambira Sustainable Development Goals Agenda 2063 is in harmony with SDGs By Franck Kuwonu Also Women, peace & security By Zipporah Musau Also Towards a unified African market By Sara Canals Also African leaders pledge to fight for a deal on climate change By Dan Shepard MDGs and beyond MDGs: An assessment of Africa’s progress By Jaspreet Kindra MDGs and beyond Sub-Saharan Africa lags behind By Franck Kuwonu Also NEPAD mobilizes funds for regional infrastructure By Franck Kuwonu Also Nelson Mandela Prize winners feted By Bo Li Also Ethiopia: fixing agriculture By Masimba Tafirenyika MDGs and beyond More students in school but still not all By Franck Kuwonu MDGs and beyond Closing Africa’s ‘elusive’ gender gap By Zipporah Musau MDGs and beyond A glass half-empty, yet half-full By Kingsley Ighobor MDGs and beyond Lack of resources affecting interventions By Zipporah Musau MDGs and beyond New cases drop, but numbers still high By Pavithra Rao MDGs and beyond Light at the end of the tunnel By Richard Munang MDGs and beyond How did partnerships work for Africa?
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Downtown, reflected light in glass windows. Roger, Dominique
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Other methods include internal shading devices e.g. curtains, blinds etc. and the glass itself e.g. low emissivity glass tinted glass. (...) They are desirable for providing effective shading for the floor level directly below them at the peak point of the day. The amount of light admitted into the room, and the length of the shade is dependent on the depth of the overhang. (...) Nairobi Fig. 06: Deeply Recessed windows Fig. 07: Variation of window opening orientation Other shading strategies Design the building to shade itself The form of the building itself can be used for external shading. • The use of deeply recessed windows makes the entire wall around the opening an effective shading device, minimizing solar heat gains without reducing natural light and view (fig. 06). • A cantilevered floor can be used to shade windows on the level below it. • Windows on the east and west facades can be oriented north or south for sun control (fig. 07). • Use of inclined glass is effective in controlling the penetration of the solar radiation into the building by reducing the area of glass exposed to the sun.
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Score: 1276295 - https://unhabitat.org/sites/default/files/2020/07/gh060e.pdf
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Download Read More 25 May 2020 GLASS Report: Early Implementation 2020 The Global Antimicrobial Resistance and Use Surveillance System (GLASS) Report: Early Implementation 2020 is the third GLASS report. (...) Download Read More     GLASS Data Data collection and visualization GLASS has become a multifaceted system, which integrates a broad range of key AMR-related surveillance activities, aimed at shading light on the intricate epidemiology of AMR. (...) AMR data visualization from the Global Health Observatory     GLASS IT Tools GLASS IT Platform GLASS IT TOOLS The GLASS IT Platform is a web-based platform for global data sharing on AMR.
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Score: 1269843.2 - https://www.who.int/initiatives/glass
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