Using Force.com, you can build enterprise applications with world-class value, scalability, and reliability-and do it in days or weeks, not months or years. In this book, top Force.com developer Jason Ouellette offers all the technical guidance and sample code you’ll need to get outstanding results with the newest version of Force.com.
Drawing on his experience building three of the world’s top ten Force.com applications, Jason Ouellette walks you through the entire project lifecycle, from identifying potential applications to prototyping, coding, and deployment.
The objective for the current chapter is to investigate the effects of forces on particles: replacing multiple forces acting on a particle with a single equivalent or resultant force, relations between forces acting on a particle that is in a state of equilibrium.
This monograph presents the results of a RAND Arroyo Center research effort dedicated to creating six alternative future worlds for the 2025 timeframe and drawing out the implications of those worlds for Army force size, structure, and design. The research was part of the RAND Arroyo Center “Capstone Future Forces” project that was conducted for the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations and Plans (DCSOPS). The analysis contained in this report should be of interest to those in the Army who are concerned with either intelligence forecasting or long-range force planning.
The findings should be of interest throughout the Army as well the broader Department of Defense supply chain and force development communities. The monograph summarizes the results of a research project called “Army Logistics in OIF: Key Issues for the Army,” sponsored by the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-4, Headquarters, Department of the Army. The purpos
This monograph describes how well the Department of Defense logistics system met the materiel sustainment needs of Army forces in Operation Iraqi Freedom, documents the major reasons for shortfalls in performance, provides recommendations for improvement, and points to questions raised with respect to the design of future forces. The findings should be of interest throughout the Army as well the broader Department of Defense supply chain and force development communities.
This report describes the Army Medical Department (AMEDD) Transformation Workshop (ATW) IV, conducted at the RAND Corporation Washington Office in February 2004, and it includes an analysis and discussion of the workshop results. This workshop continued the assessment, begun in ATWs I-III, of the medical risks
The Army Medical Department (AMEDD) Transformation Workshop (ATW) V, which was conducted at the RAND Corporation Washington Office 25-28 May 2004, is described in this report. It includes an analysis and discussion of the workshop results. This workshop continued the assessment, begun in ATWs I-IV, of the
Aircraft force structure bed-downs resulting from the 2005 Defense Base Closure and Realignment (BRAC) recommendations were used in the analyses, and all CONUS active duty bases and Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve Command installations were included, considering support to three tasking scenarios
Hydrodynamics and morphodynamics of a seasonally forced tidal inlet system are investigated using numerical models. The ocean forcing including tidal and wave actions and sediment transport is simulated using Delft3D model. Fluvial processes in Delft3D are taken into account as results from SOBEKRURAL model.
Heat transfer has emerged as a central discipline in contemporary engineering science.
The research activity of a few decades ago—the material reviewed in the first
handbooks—has distilled itself into textbook concepts and results. Heat transfer has
become not only a self-standing discipline in the current literature and engineering
curricula, but also an indispensable discipline at the interface with other pivotal and
Industrial robots are currently employed in a large number of applications and are available
with a wide range of configurations, drive systems, physical sizes and payloads. However,
the numbers in service throughout the world are much less than predicted over twenty
years ago (Engelberger 1980). This is despite major technological advances in related areas
of computing and electronics, and the availability of fast, reliable and low-cost
microprocessors and memory. This situation is mainly a result of historical and economic
circumstances, rather than technical considerations.
Satellite altimetry was developed in the 1960s soon after
the flight of artificial satellites became a reality. From the
vantage point in space, a radar altimeter is able to measure
the shape of the sea surface globally and frequently. Such
measurements have a wide range of applications to oceanography,
geodesy, and geophysics. The results are often revolutionary.
For example, in oceanography; it takes a ship weeks
or months to cross the ocean making measurements while
the ocean is constantly changing its circulation, temperature,
I knew that I would enjoy this book when I saw that Andrew Charleson
had used one of my favorite buildings, the Villa Savoie in Paris, as a
seismic design case study. The earthquake engineers ’ nightmare, with
its pin-like pilotis, ramps and roof garden – the epitome of the free
planned International Style dwelling – it floats above the field in Poissy,
giving the illusion of being on the sea.
This textbook is intended to be an introductory text on the mechanics of solids. The authors have targeted
an audience that usually would go on to obtain undergraduate degrees in aerospace and mechanical
engineering. As such, some specialized topics that are of importance to aerospace engineers are given
more coverage. The material presented assumes only a background in introductory physics and calculus.
The presentation departs from standard practice in a fundamental way.
The stochastic 2D Navier-Stokes equations on the torus driven by degenerate noise are studied. We characterize the smallest closed invariant subspace for this model and show that the dynamics restricted to that subspace is ergodic. In particular, our results yield a purely geometric characterization of a class of noises for which the equation is ergodic in L2 (T2 ). Unlike previous 0 works, this class is independent of the viscosity and the strength of the noise.
Survey found that only 4.8% of listeners to the Armed Forces Radio Network wanted to listen to “the biggest hawk there is.” How could a survey be made to get these results? Being on the watch for misleading surveys.
When forces are distributed over a line, an area, or a volume, it is often necessary to determine where the resultant force of such a system acts. To have the same effect, the resultant must act at the centroid of the system.
SECTIONS AND SHAPESTABULAR DATA
Joseph E. Shigley Professor Emeritus The University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan
48.1 CENTROIDS AND CENTER OF GRAVITY / 48.1 48.2 SECOND MOMENTS OF AREAS /48.11 48.3 PREFERRED NUMBERS AND SIZES / 48.14 48.4 SIZES AND TOLERANCES OF STEEL SHEETS AND BARS /48.17 48.5 WIRE AND SHEET METAL / 48.37 48.6 STRUCTURAL SHAPES / 48.37 REFERENCES / 48.37
When forces are distributed over a line, an area, or a volume, it is often necessary to determine where the resultant force of such a system acts.
uild Powerful, Scalable, Cloud-Based Enterprise Solutions Fast with the Newest Version of Force.com Using Force.com, you can build enterprise applications with world-class value, scalability, and reliability–and do it in days or weeks, not months or years. In this book, top Force.com developer Jason Ouellette offers all the technical guidance and sample code you’ll need to get outstanding results with the newest version of Force.com. Drawing on his experience building three of the world’s top ten Force.com applications,...