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  • Standards are appointments and may become enforceable by jurisdictional law and administrative regulations through signed contracts (for instance a sales contract) and can be understood to be ‘‘approved technology rules’’. The general features of standards are, in short: . . . . . . Standards are a service for technology. Standards are an economic and a technical form of cooperation (see also DIN 820 Part 1).

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  • In order to meet the increasing demand for valve-regulated lead–acid ŽVRLA. batteries, a new soft lead has been produced by Pasminco Metals. In this material, bismuth is increased to a level that produces a significant improvement in battery cycle life. By contrast, other common impurities, such as arsenic, cobalt, chromium, nickel, antimony and tellurium, that are known to be harmful to VRLA batteries are controlled to very low levels. A bismuth ŽBi.-bearing oxide has been manufactured ŽBarton-pot method. ...

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  • In Germany the generally acknowledged technical regulations are specified in the DIN standards (German Institute for Standards, Deutsches Institute fur Normung). ¨ Specifically safety related standards must be observed providing for the protection of persons with reference to health and safety at work. In Germany safety related standards are classified as VDE regulations.

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  • The properties of different forms of carbon and their potential, as active mass additives, for influencing the performance of valve-regulated lead–acid batteries are reviewed. Carbon additives to the positive active-mass appear to benefit capacity, but are progressively lost due to oxidation. Some forms of carbon in the negative active-material are able to resist the tendency to sulfation during high-rate partial-state-of-charge operation to some considerable extent, but the mechanism.

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  • The attributes which are essential for a battery to be successful as the energy store for an electric vehicle are reviewed. These are then matched against the substantial advances in the technology of valve-regulated lead–acid ŽVRLA. batteries that have been posted during the course of the technical programme of the Advanced Lead–Acid Battery Consortium ŽALABC.. A project which was designed to draw together several desirable features, identified during the early years of the ALABC programme, into a test battery has provided much useful information. ...

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  • Amidst the welter of publicity devoted to the newer battery chemistries, the remarkable progress made by leadracid battery technologists in response to the needs of the emerging electric-vehicle market has tended to be overlooked. The flooded design of battery, launched by Gaston Plante around 1860, has given way to a valve-regulated variant which has a history dating only from the 1970s.

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  • The design, construction and testing of valve-regulated lead/acid cells with grid designs optimised for high-rate partial state-of-charge cycling for hybrid electric vehicles are described. Computer modelling was used to develop the grid designs. This showed that designs with opposed tabs and terminals on the top and bottom of the cell were likely to have the best performance not only in terms of grid conductivity but also for uniformity.

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  • For decades, valve regulated lead acid batteries with gel electrolyte have proved their excellent performance in deep cycling applications. However, their higher cost, when compared with flooded batteries, has limited their use in cost sensitive applications, such as automotive or PV installations. The use of flooded batteries in deep or partial state of charge working conditions leads to limited life due to premature capacity loss provoked by electrolyte stratification.

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  • Advances in technology have given rise to new power-driven devices that are not necessarily designed for people with disabilities, but are being used by some people with disabilities for mobility. The term “other power-driven mobility devices” is used in the revised ADA regulations to refer to any mobility device powered by batteries, fuel, or other engines, whether or not they are designed primarily for use by individuals with mobility disabilities for the purpose of locomotion. Such devices include Segways®, golf cars, and other devices designed to operate in non-pedestrian areas.

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  • The Zoning Resolution’s off-street parking regulations were written before car sharing existed. Therefore, the zoning text currently addresses only private automobiles and car rental establishments, the latter of which are commercial uses. In addition, the definitions of “public parking lot” and “public parking garage” generally prohibit the storage of commercial vehicles in such facilities. However, car sharing is a use that is more appropriately characterized as somewhere between private automobile and traditional car rental. ...

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  • King, Heywood and others foresee the potential for further improvements in new car fuel economy, up to a 50% reduction in L/100 km by 2030-2035, mainly through the wider penetration of technolo- gies leading up to, and including, fully hybridized vehicles. The introduction of grid-connected bat- tery electric vehicles (probably first as “plug-in” hy- brids) would also contribute to efficiency improve- ment (in addition to fuel shifts toward electricity), assuming sustained progress in battery technol- ogy.

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  • ne of the difficulties of maintaining a large network of battery-powered, wire- less nodes is that failures are frequent. Sometimes these failures are fail-fast: for example, a node’s battery dies and it stops reporting readings. At other times, however, these failures are more insidious: a node’s readings slowly drift away from those of sensors around it, until they are mean- ingless or useless. Of course, there are times when such de-correlated readings actually represent an interesting, highly localized event (i.e., an outlier).

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  • The cost of fuel and the effect of emission of gases from the burnt fuel into the atmosphere, this necessitated the use of the abundant solar energy from the sun as a source of power to drive a sprayer The Photovoltaic (PV) panel of 6 V, 5 W capacity configured to trap and convert the sun’s energy into the useful power was used to perform the work of spraying. Solar PV Panel was used for operating the sprayer and for charging a battery. The motor was used to regulate spraying liquid from the sprayer tank (5 lit.) and spray it through spinning disc nozzle.

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