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PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 66, STRENGTH OF SUPERSTRUCTURE / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM HUNGARY
PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION No. 66 (Strength of superstructure) Transmitted by the Expert from Hungary Note: The text reproduced below was prepared by the expert from Hungary in order to update the Regulation. (...) The test vehicle shall be the same as its fully finished version in respect of the following: 2.1.1. the position of the centre of gravity, the value of unladen kerb mass and the distribution and location of masses as declared by the manufacturer; 2.1.2. all of those elements which, at the manufacturer’s discretion, contribute to the strength of the superstructure shall be installed in their original position (see annex [X2] to this Regulation); 2.1.3. elements, which do not contribute to the strength of the superstructure and they have too great value for damage (e.g. drive chain, dashboard instrumentation, driver’s seat, kitchen equipment, toilet equipment, etc.) can be replaced by additional elements being equivalent in mass and the way of installation. These additional elements must not have reinforcing effect on the strength of the superstructure; 2.1.4. fuel, battery acid and other combustible, explosive or corrosive materials may be substituted by other materials provided that the conditions of paragraph 2.1.1. are met. 2.2.
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Score: 1620341 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RANS/WP.29/GRSG/2001/14&Lang=E
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INDENTATION CRITERIA FOR THE 1.4/1.4S BORDELINE IN THE 6(C) TEST / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM THE NETHERLANDS
The Working Group reached consensus on the type of aluminium to be used (1100-0, Brinell hardness 23, tensile strength 90 MPa). There was also consensus that a kinetic energy of 8 Joule would serve as the breaking point between 1.4 and 1.4S products. No data was available on the indentation depth of the aluminium witness screens when hit by fragments with a kinetic energy of 8 Joule. It was agreed to use a similar procedure and similar fragments as used by Canada for establishing the kinetic energy for penetrating the witness screens. (...) A total of 24 shots has been performed at velocities between 119.2 and 122.7 m/s with the standard NATO fragment of 0.22 calibre and a mass of 1.1 g. This results in kinetic energies between 7.81 and 8.28 J. The average value is 7.98 J with a standard deviation of 0.19 J.
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Score: 1578667.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/1998/71&Lang=E
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LETTER DATED 9 NOVEMBER 2017 FROM THE CHARGE D'AFFAIRES A.I. OF THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The correlation between the energy spent to deform the obstacle and the energy spent to deform the body of the aerial bomb largely depends on the strength of the casing. Given a casing strong enough to withstand the forces generated by the impact without residual deformation, the energy necessary to deform it is close to zero and almost all of the bomb’s kinetic energy is spent on deforming the obstacle. (...) Figure V Aerial bomb penetration depth into the ground The weight, maximum diameter, shape and casing strength of the bomb, as well as its velocity on impact, angle of impact and the properties of the surrounding material being destroyed, all determine the bomb’s penetration depth. (...) An aerial bomb with greater kinetic energy would naturally have greater destructive power and would penetrate further into the obstacle.
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Score: 1424281.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/72/615&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 66, STRENGTH OF SUPERSTRUCTURE / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM HUNGARY
PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION No. 66 (Strength of superstructure) Transmitted by the Expert from Hungary Note: The text reproduced below was prepared by the expert from Hungary in order to update the Regulation. (...) "Rollover test on a complete vehicle" means a realistic rollover situation which is defined as basic test with full scale vehicle to prove the required strength of the superstructure. 2.11. "Tilting bench" means a technical device, an arrangement of tilting platform, ditch and concrete ground surface together, with the help of which a rollover test on complete vehicle can be performed. 2.12. (...) Requirements The superstructure of the vehicle shall have the sufficient strength to ensure that the residual space during and after the rollover test on complete vehicle is unharmed.
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Score: 1414325.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/WP.29/GRSG/2001/6&Lang=E
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Very few artists could lay claim to universal knowledge nowadays, of course, but some who are working on kinetic art are actually carrying out scientific experiments. (...) But the real impulse of kinetic art is towards a complete rhythmic synthesis by using elements derived from kinetic art itself. It thus seems that new modes of artistic expression appeal to man's hitherto neglected kinetic "sense," the connexion being established chiefly by light.
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Score: 1401696.2 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/...bre-1963/arte-luz-y-movimiento
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Very few artists could lay claim to universal knowledge nowadays, of course, but some who are working on kinetic art are actually carrying out scientific experiments. (...) But the real impulse of kinetic art is towards a complete rhythmic synthesis by using elements derived from kinetic art itself. It thus seems that new modes of artistic expression appeal to man's hitherto neglected kinetic "sense," the connexion being established chiefly by light.
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Score: 1401696.2 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/...963/movement-light-today-s-art
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Very few artists could lay claim to universal knowledge nowadays, of course, but some who are working on kinetic art are actually carrying out scientific experiments. (...) But the real impulse of kinetic art is towards a complete rhythmic synthesis by using elements derived from kinetic art itself. It thus seems that new modes of artistic expression appeal to man's hitherto neglected kinetic "sense," the connexion being established chiefly by light.
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Score: 1401696.2 - https://en.unesco.org/courier/...963/movement-light-today-s-art
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PROPOSAL FOR AN ALTERNATIVE FOR THE TEST 6 (C)
(h) The cartridge is actuated at ambient temperature and not in hot fire where the strength of the brass and thus the maximum possible internal pressure of the cartridge would be reduced prior to the burst. 8. (...) Tests performed by the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Training (BAM) to determine the kinetic energy of cartridges for small arms UN 0012 by means of a high-speed camera Within the framework of the tests, individual cartridges were actuated with the BAM actuator (see INF.27 43rd session) and recorded in front of a scale with a high-speed camera with either 10,000 fps or 5,000 fps. (...) Tests performed by BAM to determine the kinetic energy of cartridges for small arms UN 0012 by means of a ballistic pendulum The test setup can be seen from Figure 3: the ballistic pendulum was installed by bifilar suspension (using two 1,000 mm long fishing lines) at the end of the visual measuring section.
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Score: 1360979.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2014/42&Lang=E
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.  Critical infrastructure  Financial institutions: time stamp  Search & Rescue  Air traffic management  Emergency communications  Water management  Reconstruction after disaster: geoinformation services  Sustainable ecosystem: Forestry and fishery  Monitoring infectious diseases  Management of conflict zone and peacekeeping 3 World Economic Forum Report (2015) 4 • Communications satellites and the future telecoms ecosystem • Improving access to education with space technology • Space technology and healthcare • Precision agriculture and food security • Using space technology to protect human rights • Climate change and space • Space assets for Arctic governance • Sustainable management of forests, fisheries and water • How space technologies can help in disaster management • Nuclear security and satellites • Preparing for catastrophic risks from space • The challenge of the long-term sustainability of space activities http://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_Bringing_S pace_Down_to_Earth.pdf Vulnerabilities in Space  Space systems are vulnerable  High velocity due to orbital speeds of approximately 28,000 kilometers per hour mean virtually any impact can kill a satellite  Space debris can destroy satellites  Solar flares, electromagnetic pulses also threats  It is also vulnerable to intentional attacks  Kinetic or non-kinetic: ascending missiles, jamming, spoofing, dazzling, cyber, on-orbital anti-satellite system, electro-magnetic attack 5 How to protect space assets  Protection from non-intentional risk  Weight and cost problem  Space monitoring (SSA) and avoid collision  Increasing number of space objects: Space Traffic Management  Traffic management requires rules of the road  Protection from intentional risk  SSA for transparency and confidence building measures (TCBM), especially for active debris removal or on-orbital services: Dual-use nature of space activities  Management of global commons: requires rules 6 Setting up international rules  International rules requires...  Consensus among spacefaring nations  Applicable to both public and private entities, especially for new start ups  Preventing weaponization and arms race  Definition of space weapon is difficult: anything can be weapon against other spacecrafts  Rules to regulate behavior in orbit: mitigating risks  Rules to place weapons for missile defense should be discussed separately 7
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Score: 1300484.7 - https://www.unidir.org/sites/d...on-kazuto-suzuki-eng-0-791.pdf
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LETTER DATED 2012/03/09 FROM THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
As at 9 January 2012, total ISAF strength stood at 130,236 personnel provided by all 28 NATO countries and 22 non-NATO countries. (...) The forces are on a glide path to meet the strength goals of October 2012, while command and control capacities continue to be built up and improved. (...) Strong recruitment has allowed the Afghan forces to remain on track towards the next strength target of 352,000 by October 2012. In addition to growing combat forces, the Afghan security ministries made substantial progress in increasing the quality of their forces.
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Score: 1293719.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=S/2012/150&Lang=E
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