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., AMAN and Loss of Control–Inflight (LOC–I), AMAN and System/Component Failure or Malfunction (Non- Powerplant) (SCF–NP), or AMAN and System/Component Failure or Malfunction (Powerplant) (SCF–PP)). • Abrupt maneuvering may also occur on ground; examples include hard braking maneuver, rapid change of direction to avoid collisions, etc. (...) Interruptions of the fuel supply caused by mechanical failures are coded elsewhere as non-powerplant or powerplant system/component failures (SCF-NP or SCF-PP), as appropriate. • Also used when the wrong fuel causes a powerplant failure (e.g., through detonation). (...) For example, LOC-G may result from a system/component failure or malfunction to the powerplant (SCF-PP) or non-powerplant (SCF-NP), or from evasive action taken during a Runway Incursion (RI-VAP) or Wildlife (WILD) encounter.
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Score: 1708165.4 - https://www.icao.int/safety/ai...-%20Occurrence%20category).pdf
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Interruptions of the fuel supply caused by mechanical failures are coded elsewhere as non-powerplant or powerplant system/component failures (SCF–NP or SCF–PP), as appropriate. • Also used when the wrong fuel causes a powerplant failure (e.g., through detonation). (...) Page Revised 10/2011 Page 17 SYSTEM/COMPONENT FAILURE OR MALFUNCTION (NON-POWERPLANT) (SCF–NP) Failure or malfunction of an aircraft system or component other than the powerplant. (...) Page Revised 4/2011 Page 18 SYSTEM/COMPONENT FAILURE OR MALFUNCTION (POWERPLANT) (SCF–PP) Failure or malfunction of an aircraft system or component related to the powerplant.
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Score: 1686742 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...urrenceCategoryDefinitions.pdf
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Interruptions of the fuel supply caused by mechanical failures are coded elsewhere as non-powerplant or powerplant system/component failures (SCF–NP or SCF–PP), as appropriate. • Also used when the wrong fuel causes a powerplant failure (e.g., through detonation). (...) Page Revised 10/2011 Page 17 SYSTEM/COMPONENT FAILURE OR MALFUNCTION (NON-POWERPLANT) (SCF–NP) Failure or malfunction of an aircraft system or component other than the powerplant. (...) Page Revised 4/2011 Page 18 SYSTEM/COMPONENT FAILURE OR MALFUNCTION (POWERPLANT) (SCF–PP) Failure or malfunction of an aircraft system or component related to the powerplant.
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Score: 1686742 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...urrenceCategoryDefinitions.pdf
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https://www.facebook.com/UNIDO.HQ http://www.twitter.com/UNIDO https://www.youtube.com/user/UNIDObeta https://www.instagram.com/unido_newsroom/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/unido http://www.unido.org https://www.linkedin.com 9 Share of RAC in country’s total savings in 2030 Country name Residential Refrigerators Room Air conditioners Annual energy savings Electricity savings (US$) Mexico 36% 25% 15 TWh/35 powerplants 1 billion Egypt 23% 8% 17 TWh/39 powerplants 830 million Kuwait 10% 3% 3 TWh / 7 powerplants 40 million Cameroon 25% 6% 1 TWh / 3 powerplants 120 million Bosnia Herzegovina 24% 2% 668 GWh /2 powerplants 60 million Albania 54% 5% 567 GWh/1 powerplant 70 million Brazil 36% 32% 69 TWh /160 powerplants 10 billion Source:http://united4efficiency.org/countries/country-assessments/ https://www.facebook.com/UNIDO.HQ http://www.twitter.com/UNIDO https://www.youtube.com/user/UNIDObeta https://www.instagram.com/unido_newsroom/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/unido http://www.unido.org https://www.linkedin.com 10 Barriers for the deployment of EE appliances • Absence of minimum energy standards • Lack of awareness of the consumer on the energy consumption of appliances • Inefficient supply chain for sales, after-sale and maintenance • High upfront cost of equipment and absence of low cost finance https://www.facebook.com/UNIDO.HQ http://www.twitter.com/UNIDO https://www.youtube.com/user/UNIDObeta https://www.instagram.com/unido_newsroom/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/unido http://www.unido.org https://www.linkedin.com 11 Building blocks for EE appliances programme Standards and regulations • requirements defining which products can be sold and those that should be blocked from the market Supporting policies • labelling schemes and other market based instruments • information and communication campaigns to change end user behavior Finance and delivery mechanisms • ESCOs, incentive packages • Supplier driven models Monitoring, verification and enforcement • effective monitoring of product efficiency https://www.facebook.com/UNIDO.HQ http://www.twitter.com/UNIDO https://www.youtube.com/user/UNIDObeta https://www.instagram.com/unido_newsroom/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/unido http://www.unido.org https://www.linkedin.com 12 Promote the market transformation for EELA  Sub-regional cooperation across SADC, EAC and ECOWAS  Promote South-South collaboration and sharing of best practices  Achieve harmonization at regional level  Establish sub-regional capacities for testing Policy support • Adopt regional policy and strategy for EELA • Develop Minimum Energy Performance (MEPs) • Suggest incentives for local production Strengthening the testing capacities • Provide testing equipment & Establish testing procedures • Build the capacity of lab personnel & key institutions Awareness raising • Develop the tools and various media for a national programme • Encourage sub-regional and regional coordination • Design EE label and requirements Delivery mechanisms •Forge partnerships with international/national appliance manufacturers •Create credit guarantee facilities to support integration of local private sector & ESCOs Objective: Stimulate the demand for EELA in SADC and EAC ECOWAS SADC EAC https://www.facebook.com/UNIDO.HQ http://www.twitter.com/UNIDO https://www.youtube.com/user/UNIDObeta https://www.instagram.com/unido_newsroom/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/unido http://www.unido.org https://www.linkedin.com 13 Global Initiatives SEforALL Appliances Energy Efficiency Accelerator: Multi-stakeholder platform to accelerate the deployment of EE appliances: Lighting, Refrigerators, ACs, industrial motors and ICTs(coming soon)!
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Score: 1662537 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...oInitiativesEEAppliances_0.pdf
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RADIOACTIVE WASTES : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Decommissioning nuclear powerplants also constitutes a major headache. Estimates of decommissioning costs are high and steadily rising - of the order of billions of dollars per plant. (...) Most Greater than Class C Wastes come from powerplants’ operations and the decommissioning of nuclear reactors. (...) At the same time, both conventional and new sources of energy are widely available for meeting electricity requirements. Yet more nuclear powerplants continue to be built. B. Proposals for action 1.
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Score: 1655081.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=E/CN.17/1994/15&Lang=E
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Glider - not powered (Glider - not powered) 101 Glider - powered - fixed powerplant installation (Glider - powered - fixed powerplant installation) 102 Glider - powered - powerplant retractable (Glider - powered - powerplant retractable) 103 The category of aircraft was UAV.
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Score: 1592759.6 - https://www.icao.int/safety/ai...20-%20Aircraft%20category).pdf
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RADIOACTIVE WASTES : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Meanwhile, preparations have been initiated for two further sites - at Ahaus and Greifswald - for intermediate storage facilities for radioactive wastes from ongoing operation and shutdown of nuclear powerplants as well as for the reprocessing of spent fuel elements. 14. (...) Launched in the mid-1970s, the programme deals with wastes from the operation of nuclear powerplants and other installations associated with the nuclear fuel cycle and from spent fuel connected with dismantling operations of nuclear installations.
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Score: 1457411.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=E/CN.17/1994/15/ADD.1&Lang=E
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Major repair: a repair - (1) That, if improperly done, might appreciably affect weight, balance, structural strength, performance, powerplant operation, flight characteristics, or other qualities affecting airworthiness; or - (2) That is not done according to accepted practices or cannot be done by elementary operations.
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Score: 1300182.4 - https://www.icao.int/safety/ai...%20CD%20Damage%20aircraft).pdf
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Initially he worked in the Certification Department and was involved in powerplant and environmental certification programs.
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Score: 1276301.3 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...2001-Colloquium/8-iglesias.PDF
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