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A “ Dolly ” means a towing trailer designed for the sole purpose to tow a semi-trailer. (...) This requirement is deemed to be satisfied if the batteries are at one of the state of charge conditions listed in the four clauses of paragraph 1.4.1.2.2. above. (...) This requirement is deemed to be satisfied if the batteries are at one of the state of charge conditions listed in the four clauses of paragraph 1.4.1.2.2. above.
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Score: 1961100.4 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...20ECE-TRANS-WP.29-2021-12.docx
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A “Dolly” means a towing trailer designed for the sole purpose to tow a semi- trailer. (...) This requirement is deemed to be satisfied if the batteries are at one of the state of charge conditions listed in the four clauses of paragraph 1.4.1.2.2. above. (...) This requirement is deemed to be satisfied if the batteries are at one of the state of charge conditions listed in the four clauses of paragraph 1.4.1.2.2. above.
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Score: 1961100.4 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...%20ECE-TRANS-WP.29-2021-12.pdf
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This shall be demonstrated by fulfilling the technical requirements and respecting the transitional provisions of UN Regulation No. 10 by applying: (a) The 03 series of amendments for vehicles without a coupling system for charging the Rechargeable Electric Energy Storage System (traction batteries); (b) The 06 series of amendments for vehicles with a coupling system for charging the Rechargeable Electric Energy Storage System (traction batteries)." (...) TPMS/ TPRS/ CTIS data communication between towing vehicle and towed vehicle(s) ” Paragraph 2.1.1., amend to read: “2.1.1. (...) Data communication between (i) a towed vehicle ECU constituting part of a point-to-point link with the towing vehicle (towed vehicle gateway ECU) and (ii) a towed vehicle ECU ECU(s) providing TPMS/ TPRS/ CTIS functionality ” Paragraph 1.2., amend to read: “1.2.
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Score: 1709163 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...-TRANS-WP29-GRBP-2022-02e.docx
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This shall be demonstrated by fulfilling the technical requirements and respecting the transitional provisions of UN Regulation No. 10 by applying: (a) The 03 series of amendments for vehicles without a coupling system for charging the Rechargeable Electric Energy Storage System (traction batteries); (b) The 06 series of amendments for vehicles with a coupling system for charging the Rechargeable Electric Energy Storage System (traction batteries)." (...) TPMS/ TPRS/ CTIS data communication between towing vehicle and towed vehicle(s)” Paragraph 2.1.1., amend to read: “2.1.1. (...) Data communication between (i) a towed vehicle ECU constituting part of a point-to-point link with the towing vehicle (towed vehicle gateway ECU) and (ii) a towed vehicle ECU ECU(s) providing TPMS/ TPRS/ CTIS functionality” Paragraph 1.2., amend to read: “1.2.
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Score: 1709163 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...E-TRANS-WP29-GRBP-2022-02e.pdf
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Communications interface between towing and towed vehicles 5.6.1 Vehicles of category N2 or N3 towing at least one vehicle of category O3 or O4 and vehicles of category O3 and O4 shall be equipped with a communication interface to exchange TPMS data information between towing and towed vehicles. (...) Annex 5 Compatibility between towing vehicles and towed vehicles with respect to ISO 11992 data communication A. TPMS data communication between towing vehicle and towed vehicle(s) 1. General 1.1.
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Score: 1617981.2 - https://unece.org/sites/default/files/2021-12/R141am1e.docx
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This shall be demonstrated by fulfilling the technical requirements and respecting the transitional provisions of UN Regulation No. 10 by applying: (a) The 03 series of amendments for vehicles without a coupling system for charging the Rechargeable Electric Energy Storage System (traction batteries); (b) The 06 series of amendments for vehicles with a coupling system for charging the Rechargeable Electric Energy Storage System (traction batteries). 5.1.3. (...) Communications interface between towing and towed vehicles 5.6.1 Vehicles of category N2 or N3 towing at least one vehicle of category O3 or O4 and vehicles of category O3 and O4 shall be equipped with a communication interface to exchange TPMS data information between towing and towed vehicles. (...) The support of messages is specified within Part A of Annex 5 to this Regulation for the towing vehicle and the towed vehicle(s). 5.6.1.1.2.
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Score: 1606342 - https://unece.org/sites/default/files/2021-12/R141am1e.pdf
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Their inner wings are attached to a sledge towed simultaneously with the otter boards from a common warp. (...) It can be towed by one or two boats and, according to the type, are used on the bottom or in midwater (pelagic). (...) Several lines are usually towed at the same time, by using outriggers. turtle excluder device; TED vessel catch limits A limit on the quantity each individual vessel can land per trip or short period of time (e.g., day, week). vessel operator The master or other individual aboard and in charge of that vessel vessel owner Any person who owns that vessel in whole or in part; any charterer of the vessel, whether bare boat, time, or voyage; any person who acts in the capacity of a charterer, including, but not limited to, parties to a management agreement, operating agreement, or any similar agreement that bestows control over the destination, function, or operation of the vessel; or any agent designated as such by a person described in this definition.
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Score: 1491580.5 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...erm/PDF/Fishing_Technology.pdf
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Reducing idling can also result in decreased engine operation reducing maintenance and improving engine life. Aircraft towing Aircraft towing can significantly reduce aircraft engine use and emissions. (...) Retrofit filter may require ultra-low sulphur fuel (15-25 ppm sulphur). Installing turbo charging/ intercooling/timing retard. Retrofits available only for some models. (...) Another benefit associated with electrical GSE is that the equipment can deep- cycle charge during off-peak hours when there is a lower demand for electricity and the cost of charging is typically less than during peak demand times. 2.16 In comparison, gasoline engines that use existing fuel distribution systems can be retrofitted with three-way catalysts, or replaced with new technology without any infrastructure improvements.
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Score: 1471958.8 - https://www.icao.int/environme...ons/Chapter2.website.v2.en.pdf
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Fishing gear category (ISSCFG, 2016) Standard measures of effort Haul-by-haul data Aggregated data Surrounding net (01) Soak time Number of sets Number of days fished Seine (02) Soak time Number of sets Number of days fished Trawl (03) Tow duration Tow length, volume, swept area Number of tows Tow duration Number of days fished Dredge (04) Tow duration Tow length, volume, swept area Number of tow Tow duration Number of days fished Lift net (05) Soak time Number of sets Soak time Number of days fished Falling gear (06) Soak time Number of sets Soak time Number of days fished Gillnet and Entangling net (07) Soak time Length of net set Number of nets set Number of sets Length of net set Number of days fished Trap (08) Soak time Number of traps set Number of sets Soak time Number of days fished Hook and line (09) Soak time Number of hooks set Length of line Number of fishers Number of reels/machines Number of hours reels/machines operated Number of hooks set Number of lines set Length of line set Dive (10.8) Dive time Number of hours dived Number of days fished Standards for fishing effort reporting (STATLANT questionnaires) Varying levels of precision of fishing effort are identified in reporting forms used in STATLANT questionnaires and data should be provided for each of these levels.
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Score: 1400606.25 - https://www.fao.org/cwp-on-fis...-statistics/fishing-effort/ar/
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Fishing gear category (ISSCFG, 2016) Standard measures of effort Haul-by-haul data Aggregated data Surrounding net (01) Soak time Number of sets Number of days fished Seine (02) Soak time Number of sets Number of days fished Trawl (03) Tow duration Tow length, volume, swept area Number of tows Tow duration Number of days fished Dredge (04) Tow duration Tow length, volume, swept area Number of tow Tow duration Number of days fished Lift net (05) Soak time Number of sets Soak time Number of days fished Falling gear (06) Soak time Number of sets Soak time Number of days fished Gillnet and Entangling net (07) Soak time Length of net set Number of nets set Number of sets Length of net set Number of days fished Trap (08) Soak time Number of traps set Number of sets Soak time Number of days fished Hook and line (09) Soak time Number of hooks set Length of line Number of fishers Number of reels/machines Number of hours reels/machines operated Number of hooks set Number of lines set Length of line set Dive (10.8) Dive time Number of hours dived Number of days fished Standards for fishing effort reporting (STATLANT questionnaires) Varying levels of precision of fishing effort are identified in reporting forms used in STATLANT questionnaires and data should be provided for each of these levels.
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Score: 1400606.25 - https://www.fao.org/cwp-on-fis...-statistics/fishing-effort/en/
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