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New way of processing near- surface magnetic data; the utility of the comprehensive model of the magnetic field, The Leading Edge, 22, pp. 784-785. (...) Identifying remanent magnetization effects in magnetic data, Geophysics, 58, pp. 653-659. (...) Roest, W. R., 2002. Marine magnetic anomalies in Labrador, in: Examples of the utility of magnetic anomaly data for geologic mapping, C.
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Score: 1122068 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/c...rs_curriculumvitae/RoestCV.pdf
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They are known as Ice-Lined Refrigerators, the internal refrigerator walls are lined with coolant packs/tubes. (...) PQS prequalified Mains powered refrigerators and combined refrigerator/freezers have excellent temperature recovery qualities. (...) The temperature recovery in PQS listed refrigerator and combined refrigerator/freezers is very different from domestic refrigerators.
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Score: 1118970 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...reezer-proc-guideline-2021.pdf
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BiH NOU Officer • The demand of the domestic refrigeration sector is met by HFC- 134a, R-600/600a and CFC-12. • In the commercial refrigeration sector the highest demand is for R- 404a, followed by HFC-134a and then R-410a, HCFC-22, R-11 and R- 407c. • The demand of the industrial refrigeration sector is associated with the consumption HFC-134a, followed by R-404a, R-406a, R-22, R-11, R-407c, R-410a, R-717, R-744 and R-600a. • In the transport refrigeration sector, the demand is for R-404a, R507a and HFC-134a. • In the stationary air-conditioning sector the consumption is associated with use of R-410a, R-407c, R-22, R-404a and HFC-134a. • MAC sector is entirely driven by HFC 134-a and to a small extent HFO 1234 yf. (...) Total Consumption of ODS Alternatives in 2015 – RAC Sector Commercial refrigeration has the largest consumption in RAC sector with a share of 41.50%, followed by industrial refrigeration systems (refrigeration equipment containing > 3kg refrigerant charge) with 26.67%. (...) The servicing needs of HFC-134a and R-404a in this sector are 105.27 mt and 71.07 mt, respectively Growth Forecast of Refrigerant Consumption in Refrigerators for the period 2016-2030 and Estimation of Distribution of Refrigerants in Refrigerators in 2030 Distribution of Refrigerants in Refrigerators in 2015 Growth Forecast of Consumption of Refrigerants in Commercial Refrigeration Equipment Containing Less Than 3 kg of Refrigerant Charge in the period 2016-2030 Estimation of Distribution of Refrigerants in Commercial Refrigeration Equipment Containing Less Than 3 kg of Refrigerant Charge in 2030 Distribution of Refrigerants in Commercial Refrigeration Equipment Containing Less than 3 kg of Refrigerant Charge in 2015 Growth Forecast of Consumption of Refrigerants in Air-conditioning Equipment Containing Less Than 3 kg of Refrigerant Charge in the period 2016-2030 Estimation of Distribution of Refrigerants in Air-conditioning Equipment Containing Less Than 3 kg of Refrigerant Charge in 2030 Distribution of Refrigerants in Room Domestic/Commercial Air-conditioning in 2015 Estimated Trend of HFC 134a Consumption and Bank in MAC Sector in the Period 2015 - 2030 Estimated Trend of HFO 1234yf Consumption and Bank in MAC Sector in the Period 2015 - 2030 Summary of Bank and Service Needs in 2015 – Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Sector (in mt) Sector HFC-134a R- 600/600a CFC-12 R-404a R-507a R-410a HCFC-22 R-11 R- 407c R-406a R-744 (CO2) HFO 1234 yf Total Domestic refrigeration - Total Bank 98.58 18.00 41.75 158.34 Servicing needs 1.97 0.36 0.84 3.17 Refrigerators Bank 74.75 11.50 28.75 115.00 Servicing needs 1.49 0.23 0.57 2.30 Freezers Bank 23.84 6.50 13.00 43.34 Servicing needs 0.48 0.13 0.26 0.87 Commercial refrigeration - Total Bank 149.93 268.65 47.03 14.24 14.24 25.54 519.63 Servicing needs 29.48 50.83 8.58 2.14 2.14 4.94 98.10 Equipment containing < 3kg refrigerant charge Bank 12.40 111.60 124.00 Servicing needs 1.86 16.74 18.60 Equipment containing > 3kg refrigerant charge Bank* 137.53 157.05 47.03 14.24 14.24 25.54 395.63 Servicing needs* 20.63 23.56 7.06 2.14 2.14 3.83 59.34 Manufacturing of commercial refrigeration equipment Bank Manufacturin g needs 6.99 10.53 1.52 1.11 20.16 Industrial refrigeration equipment containing > 3kg refrigerant charge Bank* 221.81 0.77 130.06 2.81 29.51 3.43 29.44 2.47 2419.34 Servicing needs* 33.27 0.12 19.51 0.42 4.43 0.52 4.42 0.37 362.90 Transport refrigeration Bank 2.89 3.55 3.14 9.58 Servicing needs 0.43 0.53 0.47 1.43 Stationary air- conditioning - Total Bank 1.11 1.34 199.20 108.17 68.69 378.51 Servicing needs 0.17 0.20 16.48 5.51 7.62 29.98 Room domestic/commercial air-conditioning Bank 134.00 107.20 26.80 268.00 Servicing needs 6.70 5.36 1.34 13.40 Air-conditioning equipment containing > 3kg refrigerant charge Bank* 1.11 1.34 65.20 0.97 41.89 110.51 Servicing needs* 0.17 0.20 9.78 0.15 6.28 16.58 Mobile air-conditioning Bank 308.73 5.72 314.45 Servicing needs 39.95 0.74 40.69 Total Bank 783.05 18.77 41.75 403.60 3.14 249.04 151.92 14.24 97.67 29.44 2.47 5.72 Servicing needs 105.27 0.48 0.84 71.07 0.47 25.48 12.07 2.14 13.08 4.42 0.37 0.74 Estimated Use by ODS Alternative * Calculation based on estimated bank of refrigerants and servicing needs Alternative Estimated use (mt) 2012 2013 2014 2015 2015* HFC* HFC-134a 129.15 74.99 94.95 100.83 111.47 Others (HFC-227ea) 0.32 0.03 0.03 1.70 Others (HFA 134a/Ethanol) 0.30 0.30 0.40 0.50 0.50 HFC blends R-404A 44.04 57.32 49.70 71.00 71.07 R-407C 8.55 10.17 6.78 11.60 13.08 R-410A 12.70 21.41 13.67 23.80 25.48 R-507A 0.23 0.23 0.00 0.57 0,47 HFO HFO-1234yf 0.33 0.42 0.60 0.74 0.74 Forecast of Use of Refrigerants with Low Global Warming Potential (GWP) in BiH Sector Application Forecast of consumption of alternatives with low GWP Domestic refrigeration Household and commercial use HC-600a Commercial refrigeration Commercial use HC-290 Stationary air-conditioning Household and commercial use HC-290, HFC-32 Mobile air-conditioning Transport HFO 1234 yf This survey on ODS alternatives has given opportunity to BiH to review the situation with ODS alternatives consumption in the country and to try to make predictions for their consumption in the next fifteen years.
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Score: 1115905.5 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...atives_BosniaHerzegovina_0.pdf
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., to determine processes affecting the development of the earth, trace evolution of past life and establish nature and chronology of geological formations; (c) interpreting research data and preparing geological reports, maps, charts and diagrams; (d) applying results of research to assess development potential of mineral, gas and oil deposits and underground water resources; (e) applying geological knowledge to problems encountered in civil engineering projects such as the construction of dams, bridges, tunnels and large buildings; (f) investigating and measuring seismic, gravitational, electrical, thermal and magnetic forces affecting the earth; (g) investigating and measuring optical and acoustic phenomena in the atmosphere; (h) estimating weight, size and mass of the earth and composition and structure of its interior, and studying the nature and activity of volcanoes, glaciers and earthquakes; (i) charting the earth's magnetic field and applying this and other collected data for purposes of broadcasting and navigation; (j) studying and measuring physical properties of seas and the atmosphere and their inter-relationship, such as the exchange of thermal energy; (k) locating and determining the nature and extent of oil, gas and mineral deposits and of ground-water resources, using seismological, gravimetric, magnetic, electrical or radiometric methods; (l) preparing scientific papers and reports; (m) performing related tasks; (n) supervising other workers.
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Score: 1115282.6 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...reau/stat/isco/isco88/2114.htm
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., to determine processes affecting the development of the earth, trace evolution of past life and establish nature and chronology of geological formations; (c) interpreting research data and preparing geological reports, maps, charts and diagrams; (d) applying results of research to assess development potential of mineral, gas and oil deposits and underground water resources; (e) applying geological knowledge to problems encountered in civil engineering projects such as the construction of dams, bridges, tunnels and large buildings; (f) investigating and measuring seismic, gravitational, electrical, thermal and magnetic forces affecting the earth; (g) investigating and measuring optical and acoustic phenomena in the atmosphere; (h) estimating weight, size and mass of the earth and composition and structure of its interior, and studying the nature and activity of volcanoes, glaciers and earthquakes; (i) charting the earth's magnetic field and applying this and other collected data for purposes of broadcasting and navigation; (j) studying and measuring physical properties of seas and the atmosphere and their inter-relationship, such as the exchange of thermal energy; (k) locating and determining the nature and extent of oil, gas and mineral deposits and of ground-water resources, using seismological, gravimetric, magnetic, electrical or radiometric methods; (l) preparing scientific papers and reports; (m) performing related tasks; (n) supervising other workers.
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Score: 1115282.6 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...reau/stat/isco/isco88/2114.htm
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Standards for the exchange of television programmes on magnetic tape” provides the videotape recording specifications to be used for the exchange of programmes available as analogue composite recordings on videotape. (...) Standards for the international exchange of television programmes on magnetic tape ” is parallel to Recommendation BR.469. (...) Standards for the international exchange of television programmes on magnetic tape ” specifies the technical parameters for digital television tape recording of programmes conforming to the D1 tape format.
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Score: 1114244.6 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../0A/07/R0A070000040005MSWE.doc
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Microsoft PowerPoint - S4_P6_Kyriazanos.ppt ITU-T Workshop on “Digital Identity for NGN“ Geneva, 5 December 2006 International Telecommunication Union ITU-T MAGNET identity management MAGNET identity management proposal for Personal Networksproposal for Personal Networks Dimitris M. (...) We also propose the following structure for MAGNET namespace: o CBIDPN-F||CBIDPN ||CBIDEntity||validity/access control o The name is certified or used with identity-based cryptography, which brings group membership proof and address ownership proof. (...) o For more information about MAGNET Beyond project please visit: www.ist-magnet.org o Or contact: o Dimitris Kyriazanos: dkyri@telecom.ntua.gr o Khaled Masmoudi: Khaled.Masmoudi@int-evry.fr
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Score: 1114244.6 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/04/T06040040060001PDFE.pdf
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Transformation of the refrigerator market in China Background China represents the largest refrigerator market in the world, but during the 1990s the average energy effi- ciency of refrigerators on the market was quite low. (...) In order for a Chinese refrigerator manufacturer to design and produce a high-efficiency refrigerator, a higher-efficiency compressor must be utilized. (...) The market development of energy-efficient refrigerator products includes two aspects: “pushing” efficient refrigerator production and “pulling” efficient refrigerator sales.
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Score: 1108414.55 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...nergy_casestudies/section1.pdf
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ARP/HRP and runway(s) with their coordinates and elevation, lighting, magnetic variation and rate of change, weather statistics, altimeter source; • aeronautical data: airspace structure, classifications (controlled, uncontrolled, Class A, B, C, D, E, F, G, name of controlling agency), airways/air routes, altimeter transition altitudes/flight levels, neighbouring instrument procedures, area(s) of magnetic unreliability; • navaid data: coordinates, elevation, service volume, frequency, identifier, magnetic variation; and • existing significant points to local navigation. © AIRBUS ProSky S.A.S.
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Score: 1106821.9 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Afr...la/2.0%20Data%20Collection.pdf
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Recovery and refrigerants recycling for Algeria 32 MONTREAL PROTOCOL Recovery and refrigerants recycling for Algeria Context Strategy Current Status Impact / Outlook The Montreal Protocol sought the complete phase out of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) by 2010 for all developing and transition countries. (...) Hands-on training was provided on the operation and maintenance of the recovery and recycling (R&R) equipment. 358 technicians were taught how to recover the refrigerant from various refrigeration and air- conditioning units. (...) The installation of the R&R database allows the National Ozone Unit to monitor the amounts of refrigerant recovered, quantities of recycled refrigerant stored at recycling centers, the quality of the recycled refrigerant as well as pricing when these are resold into the market, allowing them to effectively evaluate the efficiency of the R&R network in place.
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Score: 1104547.2 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...ts_recycling_for_Algeria_0.pdf
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