D= 8 in; h= 7.148 in; bf= 4.001 in; tw= 0.271in; tf= 0.426in; L (length of the beam) =18.4 in I= (bf*D3 – h3 (bf – tw))/12= 57.6 in4; E (Referenced value of Young’s modulus) = 29X106 psi Theoretical Strain: ε= σ/E= (M*y)/(E*I)

P = load
a = distance from support to the applied load (48 in)
y = distance from neutral axis to the extreme element in y-direction The sing in the theoretical strain (±) determines if the strain is in compression or tension. * For P = 2000lbs: ε = (2000*48*±4)/( 29X106 *57.6) = ± 230 x 10-6. * For P = 4000lbs: ε = (4000*48*±4)/( 29X106*57.6) = ± 460 x 10-6. * For P = 6000lbs: ε = (6000*48*±4)/( 29X106*57.6) = ± 690 x 10-6

Data Analysis

Positions of the electrical Strains Gages:
Gauge Number| Distance from bottom(in)| Distance from NA (in)| 1| 8| 4|
2| 6.69| 2.69|
3| 5.93| 1.93|
4| 5.12| 1.12|
5| 4.5| 0.5|
6| 3.77| -0.23|
7| 3| -1|
8| 2.18| -1.82|
9| 1.4| -2.6|
10| 0.4| -3.6|

...Squeezer is one of the key parts of hydraulic oil press, it plays a feed in the hydraulic oil press, press, the feeding and squeezing properties of the hydraulic oil press plays a decisive influence.palm oil processing plant
In the design of the screw axis calculation, calculation of screw axis compression ratio is an important content.Hydraulic oil press compression ratio is also called the theory of compression ratio or free volume ratio, namely the screw axis of the adjacent two lead free volume.Hydraulic oil press compression ratio is actually calculates pressing chamber spare capacity, general screw shaft surface and the volume contained between the press cage surface as spare capacity.Press cage structure is simple, the volume calculation is easy, so calculating hydraulic oil press the volume of compression ratio is the key to calculate squeezer.
Calculation model
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Because squeezer...

...student number
COURSE NAME: Masters in Public Health (Occupational Hygiene)
DEPARTMENT: Department of Occupational and Environmental Health
COURSE CODE: OCEH8V1
SUPERVISOR: Type your supervisor’s name here
DATE OF SUBMISSION: DD MMMM 20YY
CONTENTS
ABSTRACT 5
introduction 6
Use heading 1 from the selection above for your main heading. use all caps, do not use anything else as the table of contents has been automated to use this setting 6
Sub Heading 6
Sub-Sub-Heading 6
problem statement 7
Overview 7
Research Question/Hypothesis 7
OBJECTIVES AND AIMS 8
Overall Objective 8
Specific Aims 8
BACKGROUND AND SIGNIFICANCE 9
research design and methods 10
Overview 10
Population and Study Sample 10
Sample Size and Selection of Sample 10
Sources of Data 10
Collection of Data 10
Exposure Assessment 10
Data Management 10
Data Analysis Strategies 10
Ethics and Human Subjects Issues 10
Timeframes 10
Strengths and Weaknesses of the Study 11
Public Health Significance 12
Budget and Motivation 13
references 14
Appendices 15
Appendix 1: Questionnaire 15
Appendix 2: Patient List 16
ABSTRACT
Background
Methods
Results
Discussion and Conclusion
Do not use abbreviations or insert tables, figures or references into your abstract. You abstract generally should not exceed about 300 words.
introduction
Use heading 1 from the selection above for your...

...…………………………………………………. 12 b. Sample …………………………………………………………... Research tools ………………………………………………….... 12 c. 13 d.
Administration of research tool ………………..………………….13 e. Data analysis ……………………………………………………... 14 f. Limitation and assumptions ………………………………………. 15 References ………………………………………………………………… 16
Methodology
a) Research design The research will employ a survey kind of research design where data will be collected from the employees. This kind of research design will best suited to collect the data since it will give the researcher a chance to collect primary data from the organisation. In his regard the researcher will be able to interact with the staff in the organisation which will make it possible to understand the dynamic factors of the research by having a first hand experience. One advantage with the survey kind of research design is that the researchers will have a chance of experiencing the culture of the organisation in practice rather that getting it from the secondary sources. b) Sampling and sample size The sample frame that will be used for the research will be the members of the staff of Penine foods. In the regard the research will collect data from both the worker and the managers of Penine Foods and not from external staffs. This is because the research is supposed to evaluate the effects of culture in those particular organisations. This will help to make the data collected more reliable and accurate. In...

...the larger population from which the sample was drawn. You should not apply your results to those subjects only who participated in the study. Applying findings from a sample to a larger population is known as generalization.
As the results of an experiment are to generalize the population, so we must be very careful while selecting the sample. The optimal procedure is to identify the population and then draw a random sample of individuals for participation in the experiment. In random sampling, every person in the population must be eligible for population. They also should get an equal chance for being chosen.
Random sampling is constructed by placing the name of every potential participant and then drawing out a specified number of names at one time. But in practice, this is not. Usually college students are used as they are easily available. The adverse effect of this is, it hampers the external validity or generality of experiment and the chances are that the opinion of non-college population may differ in numbers of ways of college students. Therefore, one should not limit themselves to college students only.
Techniques of obtaining representative sampling is:
a. Simple random sampling: Select a random number of individual from population. For eg; a golf ball. To combat problems here, select a large sample as it is more likely to represent all segments.
b. Stratified sampling: It provides...

...formulating theories) through data collection. Sample Data Sample data basically is a subclass of populations such as humans, animals and even objects; it often goes as far as Physical Science and the Scientific Method. Within statistics, known as survey methodology, Sample Data concerns itself in the selective method regarding the subset of inhabitants or humans from within any particular population. This is done in order to approximate the uniqueness of an entire populace like weight, gender, color, religion, job types, etc. Sample Data surveying is also extremely cost effective opposed to surveying an entire
population. In short, this form of Sample Data is, from my own opinion, nothing more than probability theories. Population Data On the other hand, Population Data is just that; a means or census aimed at providing Data specifically based on the demographics, collective distinctiveness of a populace, individualism, and the primary starting point regarding population estimations for Federal and State
Governments. This form of data supports federal and municipal legislations throughout our government and agencies. Examples amongst such usage of this particular “census data” would include educational institutes, academic researches, languages and overall population approximations and prognostications. How is a sample related to the population? A part (part being the key word here)...

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METHODOLOGY
A quantitative approach will be utilized to meet the objective highlighted in the proposal. A detailed questionnaire will be developed with company feedback and the participants in the survey will be approached via multiple methods.
50% of the survey will be online, presented to people visiting the company websites, and few other commonly accessed tourism sites.
30% of the sample population will be approached via telephone. The names will be obtained from sites offering information on frequent travelers.
20% of the questionnaires will be more focused towards businessmen and youth, We might target 10% of the questionnaires to specific business clients that deal with Huella Hong Kong regularly and the other 10% to young travelers . Young travelers could be recently married couples or graduating students taking a break after completing education.
SAMPLING
The target population shall include people from the age group 18-75. A sample of 5,000 questionnaires will be used to draw conclusions about the market.
Systematic sampling will be used for online survey. Every 5th visitor to the site will be requested to fill the questionnaire. Filters will be used to prevent same people to fill multiple.
Judgment sampling will be used for telephone and business and youth (20% focused) survey.
TIMING
A total of six months will be used to collect and...

...Many nurses are weak with drug calculations of all sorts. This article will help to review the major concepts related to drug calculations, help walk you through a few exercises, and provide a few exercises you can perform on your own to check your skills. There are many reference books available to review basic math skills, if you find that you have difficulty with even the basic conversion exercises.
Common Conversions:
1 Liter = 1000 Milliliters
1 Gram = 1000 Milligrams
1 Milligram = 1000 Micrograms
1 Kilogram = 2.2 pounds
Methods of Calculation
Any of the following three methods can be used to perform drug calculations. Please review all three methods and select the one that works for you. It is important to practice the method that you prefer to become proficient in calculating drug dosages.
Remember: Before doing the calculation, convert units of measurement to one system.
I. Basic Formula: Frequently used to calculate drug dosages.
D (Desired dose)
H (Dose on hand)
V (Vehicle-tablet or liquid)
D
H
x V = Amount to Give
D = dose ordered or desired dose
H = dose on container label or dose on hand
V = form and amount in which drug comes (tablet, capsule, liquid)
Example:
Order-Dilantin 50 mg p.o. TID
Drug available-Dilantin 125 mg/5ml
D=50 mg
H=125 mg
V=5 ml
50
125
x 5 =
250
125
= 2 ml
II. Ratio & Proportion: Oldest method used in calculating dosage.
Known
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...Grade Average Calculation
There are 3 grade averages: TGA, CGA and GGA.
TGA (Term Grade Average) is the combined grade average covering all courses taken in the term and
the session immediately following.
CGA (Cumulative Grade Average) is computed based on all the courses taken by the student which
are expected at the time of calculation to be applied towards the degree requirements in the current
program.
TGA & CGA =
Sum of (Course Credits x Course grade points)
Sum of Course Credits
GGA (Graduation Grade Average) is calculated at graduation from the courses that are presented for
the award of a degree. Courses taken in the first year of study are given a half-weight. Students who
enter the University with credit transfer of 10 credits or more are not eligible for this half-weight
concession.
Note:
a) Credits/grades that are omitted from grade average calculations
Transfer credits and courses graded AU, I, P, PP or W are omitted from the calculation of all three grade averages.
b) Calculation of ‘F’ grades
For failed courses which are repeated, the new grade obtained after repeating the course will replace the previous
F grade and course credits are only counted once in the calculation of CGA and GGA.
c) Uncleared ‘F’ Grades
For failed courses which are not repeated, the uncleared ‘F’ grades will be included in the CGA and GGA
calculations (the grade averages will be pulled...