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US Department of the Navy (NAVY)

Understand and adopt procedural requirements to assure uniform naval operations

The US Department of the Navy publishes instructions and directives that apply to policy and procedure. These documents are referenced when a policy or specific action must be formally transmitted or when communications that initiate or govern action, conduct or procedure are required. These Navy standards permit you to:

  • Simplify procedures
  • Minimize research time
  • Improve communications

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Using a Laser Cutter for Paper Projects!

Lasers are pretty versatile—they’ll cut and engrave materials like wood, fabric, plastic, and glass. But we forget how popular they’ve become for cutting paper and cardstock, too. Click here to see a video of intricate paper cutting. Think about how intricate and detailed you can

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Short Circuit Study

Hi every one, My distribution network is having 1 incomer source of 220 kv and 3 outgoing transformers of 220/33kV, 65 mva with Z= 14% with 7.5%. Source short circuit value is 50kA. I have done short circut calculation manually and with etap but my results are not matching. With etap SC current o

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Gearbox Forward-vs-Reverse Efficiency: How Much Difference to Expect?

I have some design problems involving travel drive for loaded cars on a rail track to move at low speed using standard bevel-helical geared motors (0.18kW, ratio in the range 200:1 to 380:1). Variable frequency drive is used for gradual starting and stopping. During controlled deceleration there wi

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