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Streetart Postcards - Best of Collection with 30 Cards (Paperback): Joab Nist Streetart Postcards - Best of Collection with 30 Cards (Paperback)
Joab Nist
R467 R397 Discovery Miles 3 970 Save R70 (15%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

With more than a million fans the facebook page is a big success story and has shown the best street art from cities all over the world for more than 5 years. For the first time the best motifs have been collected in a high-quality postcard box giving a great insight into the lively international street art scene! To give, send and keep! 30 postcards in a high quality hardcover box.

College Rules!, 4th Edition (Paperback, 4th Revised edition): Sherrie Nist-Olejnik College Rules!, 4th Edition (Paperback, 4th Revised edition)
Sherrie Nist-Olejnik
R416 R258 Discovery Miles 2 580 Save R158 (38%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
An Assessment of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Engineering Laboratory - Fiscal Year 2014 (Paperback):... An Assessment of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Engineering Laboratory - Fiscal Year 2014 (Paperback)
National Research Council, Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences, Laboratory Assessments Board, Committee On NIST Technical Programs, Panel On Review Of The Engineering Laboratory At The National Institute Of Standards And Technology
R890 Discovery Miles 8 900 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The mission of the Engineering Laboratory of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is to promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness through measurement science and standards for technology-intensive manufacturing, construction, and cyberphysical systems in ways that enhance economic prosperity and improve the quality of life. To support this mission, the Engineering Laboratory has developed thrusts in smart manufacturing, construction, and cyberphysical systems; in sustainable and energy-efficient manufacturing materials and infrastructure; and in disaster-resilient buildings, infrastructure, and communities. The technical work of the Engineering Laboratory is performed in five divisions: Intelligent Systems; Materials and Structural Systems; Energy and Environment; Systems Integration; and Fire Research; and two offices: Applied Economics Office and Smart Grid Program Office. An Assessment of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Engineering Laboratory Fiscal Year 2014 assesses the scientific and technical work performed by the NIST Engineering Laboratory. This report evaluates the organization's technical programs, portfolio of scientific expertise within the organization, adequacy of the organization's facilities, equipment, and human resources, and the effectiveness by which the organization disseminates its program outputs.

An Assessment of Four Divisions of the Physical Measurement Laboratory at the National Institute of Standards and Technology -... An Assessment of Four Divisions of the Physical Measurement Laboratory at the National Institute of Standards and Technology - Fiscal Year 2018 (Paperback)
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences, Laboratory Assessments Board, Committee On NIST Technical Programs, Panel on Review of Four Divisions of the Physical Measurement Laboratory at the National Institute of Standards and Technology
R941 R888 Discovery Miles 8 880 Save R53 (6%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

An Assessment of Four Divisions of the Physical Measurement Laboratory at the National Institute of Standards and Technology: Fiscal Year 2018 assesses the scientific and technical work performed by four divisions of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Physical Measurement Laboratory. This publication reviews technical reports and technical program descriptions prepared by NIST staff and summarizes the findings of the authoring panel.

An Assessment of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Physical Measurement Laboratory - Fiscal Year 2015... An Assessment of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Physical Measurement Laboratory - Fiscal Year 2015 (Paperback)
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences, Laboratory Assessments Board, Committee On NIST Technical Programs, Panel on Review of the Physical Measurement Laboratory at the National Institute of Standards and Technology
R796 Discovery Miles 7 960 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Physical Measurement Laboratory (PML) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is dedicated to three fundamental and complementary tasks: (1) increase the accuracy of our knowledge of the physical parameters that are the foundation of our technology-driven society; (2) disseminate technologies by which these physical parameters can be accessed in a standardized way by the stakeholders; and (3) conduct research at both fundamental and applied levels to provide knowledge that may eventually lead to advances in measurement approaches and standards. This report assesses the scientific and technical work performed by the PML and identifies salient examples of accomplishments, challenges, and opportunities for improvement for each of its nine divisions.

The Practical Catechist (Hardcover): Jakob B 1859 Nist The Practical Catechist (Hardcover)
Jakob B 1859 Nist; Ferreol 1839-1930 Girardey
R938 Discovery Miles 9 380 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Practical Catechist (Hardcover): Jakob 1859- Nist, Ferreol 1839-1930 Girardey The Practical Catechist (Hardcover)
Jakob 1859- Nist, Ferreol 1839-1930 Girardey
R937 Discovery Miles 9 370 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Practical Catechist (Paperback): Jakob B 1859 Nist The Practical Catechist (Paperback)
Jakob B 1859 Nist; Ferreol 1839-1930 Girardey
R685 Discovery Miles 6 850 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Practical Catechist (Paperback): Jakob 1859- Nist, Ferreol 1839-1930 Girardey The Practical Catechist (Paperback)
Jakob 1859- Nist, Ferreol 1839-1930 Girardey
R685 Discovery Miles 6 850 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Practical Catechist (Paperback): Ferreol Girardey Cssr, Brother Hermenegild Tosf The Practical Catechist (Paperback)
Ferreol Girardey Cssr, Brother Hermenegild Tosf; James Nist
R576 Discovery Miles 5 760 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

he Germans during the last two centuries turned their attention in a special manner to the vast field of instruction and education; but in no branch was there more earnest work done than in Catechetics. In numerous cathechetical periodicals and associations, and in a series of catechetical courses men of the greatest talent have devoted all their learning and ability to discuss and test the various methods, and to establish the most fruitful process of teaching Catechism. The movement has not yet met with perfect success; although the views of the weightiest authors now approach unanimity and a number of principles have been adopted as practically reliable, nevertheless it is not an easy matter to reduce them to practice. Of the many who have attempted to do so, only a few have met with satisfactory results. Lacking a thorough understanding of said principles, nearly all have applied them without sufficient care; among these are some who have the reputation of being masters in Catechetics. The Rev. James Nist, parish priest of Birkenhrerdt (Palatinate), easily surpasses all his predecessors, and may be considered by far the best in Catechetics, for he has satisfactorily fulfilled his task. He has, indeed, mastered the true catechetical Method, without allowing it to master him. His catechetical works, therefore, deserve to be recommended as models. Even the older and more experienced Catechists can find much to learn therein, and especially the rare art of becoming little with the little, of accommodating oneself to their mind, heart and will. Wherefore, most willingly complying with the request of the Publisher, I have written this brief Introductory to the English translation of his model work. I recommend especially a thorough study of his treatment of the Sixth Commandment, of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, and of the Sacrament of Penance (for the first confession).

Proceedings of the GSA 3D Imaging Workshop, February 28, 2011 (NIST TN 1699) (Paperback): Nist Proceedings of the GSA 3D Imaging Workshop, February 28, 2011 (NIST TN 1699) (Paperback)
Nist
R275 Discovery Miles 2 750 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The General Services Administration (GSA) has been involved in 3D imaging since the early 2000s. Since 3D imaging was a relatively new technology at that time, GSA needed to develop and provide initial guidance to their project managers (PMs) on 3D imaging technology and on how to develop the scope and specifications (scope of work or SOW) for 3D imaging projects. In the mid to late 2000s, GSA developed initial guidance, in the form of a template for the SOW, based on the following criteria: ease of use for GSA project managers and the need to accommodate widely varying project types and project requirements. This report presents a summary of the workshop discussions. A list of the workshop participants is given in Appendix A. The agenda is given in Appendix B. A list of the questions that was sent out to the workshop participants prior to the workshop is given in Appendix C. Comments on the GSA's SOW for 3D-4D-BIM services received from the contractors are reproduced in Appendix D.

Effect of Al2O3 Nanolubricant on R134a Pool Boiling Heat Transfer with Extensive Measurement and Analysis Details (Paperback):... Effect of Al2O3 Nanolubricant on R134a Pool Boiling Heat Transfer with Extensive Measurement and Analysis Details (Paperback)
Nist
R276 Discovery Miles 2 760 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This paper quantifies the influence of Al2O3 nanoparticles on the pool boiling performance of R134a/polyolester mixtures on a roughened, horizontal, flat surface. Nanofluids are liquids that contain dispersed nano-size particles. A lubricant based nanofluid (nanolubricant) was made by suspending 20 nm diameter Al2O3 particles in a synthetic ester to roughly a 1.6 % volume fraction. The nanoparticles enhanced the boiling heat transfer relative to that for R134a/polyolester mixtures without nanoparticles for the three lubricant mass fractions that were tested. The enhancement occurred for the lowest heat fluxes, which gives the opportunity for designing chillers for lower approach temperatures. For the 0.5 % nanolubricant mass fraction, the nanoparticles caused a heat transfer enhancement relative to the heat transfer of pure R134a/polyolester (99.5/0.5) as large as 400 % for the lowest tested heat flux. The average heat flux improvement for heat fluxes less than 40 kW/m2 was approximately 105 %, 49 %, and 155 % for the 0.5 %, the 1 %, and the 2 % mass fractions, respectively. The heat flux enhancement for all of the mixtures increased with respect to decreasing heat flux. Due to the good quality of the nanolubricant suspension, the performance of the (99.5/0.5), and the (98/2) nanolubricant mixtures was stable over time.

Benefits and Costs of Research - A Case Study of the NIST High Performance Concrete Program (Paperback): Nist Benefits and Costs of Research - A Case Study of the NIST High Performance Concrete Program (Paperback)
Nist
R352 Discovery Miles 3 520 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This report provides an economic review of the National Institute of Standards and Technology High Performance Concrete (HYPERCON) Program from the period FY01 through FY09. The HYPERCON research program is designed to lower the cost of concrete performance prediction by developing and applying new measurement science including materials science understanding and performance prediction. The infrastructural nature of measurement science, its hard-to-visualize character, and the diffuse nature of its economic impacts makes them difficult to assess. The economic study of HYPERCON applies an innovative approach that uses surveys and case studies of the primary stakeholders within the industry to supplement more traditional quantitative success measures. Stakeholder survey responses are analyzed within the framework of grounded theory in order to build a cohesive understanding and assessment of the research program over time. The HYPERCON industry consortium known as the Virtual Cement and Concrete Testing Laboratory (VCCTL) is compared to three other major consortia in the cement/concrete industry to highlight its strengths and opportunities for improvement and identify consortia best practices. The economic study reports and summarizes its findings in order to help direct future HYPERCON Program investments in a way that meets the most important concrete performance prediction needs of U.S. industry in the most cost effective manner.

Heating Mode Performance Measurements For A Residential Heat Pump With Single-Faults Imposed (Paperback): Nist Heating Mode Performance Measurements For A Residential Heat Pump With Single-Faults Imposed (Paperback)
Nist
R369 Discovery Miles 3 690 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The objective of this research was to acquire heating mode experimental data for a residential heat pump needed for the development of a FDD methodology. Within this project, a heat pump equipped with a thermostatic expansion valve (TXV) was tested in the NIST environmental chambers during steady-state no-fault and imposed-fault operation. Six faults were imposed: 1) compressor valve leakage, 2) outdoor improper airflow, 3) indoor improper airflow, 4) liquid line restriction, 5) refrigerant undercharge, and 6) refrigerant overcharge. Transient tests were also performed to acquire data necessary for the development of a FDD steady-state detector.

Database-Assisted Design for Wind - Concepts, Software, and Example for High-Rise Reinforced Concrete Structures (Paperback):... Database-Assisted Design for Wind - Concepts, Software, and Example for High-Rise Reinforced Concrete Structures (Paperback)
Nist
R326 Discovery Miles 3 260 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Time-domain analyses of wind effects on high-rise structures have been made possible in recent years by advances in wind pressure measurement and computer technology. Time domain solutions not only provide full phase information on structural responses to wind but can also account naturally for modes of vibration of any shape, including any number of higher modes of vibration, as well as for mode coupling. This study applies the Database-Assisted Design (DAD) methodology to the design of reinforced concrete high-rise structures. Given (a) the time histories of pressures, measured in the wind tunnel at a sufficient number of taps on the exterior faces of the building envelope for a sufficient number of mean speed directions, and (b) a preliminary design of the building, it is possible to calculate response databases for the demand-to-capacity indexes, inter-story drift, and top floor accelerations, that is, databases of responses induced by wind with any specified speed and direction. These responses are functions of the building s aerodynamic, geometric, structural, and dynamical features and are independent of the wind climate. The response databases are used in conjunction with a wind climatological database typically obtained by Monte Carlo simulation from measured extreme wind climatological data. The design is performed iteratively until the peak responses satisfy the design specifications. The present study is the first to apply Database-Assisted Design techniques to reinforced concrete high-rise buildings, and is in our opinion superior to conventional approaches currently in use from the point of view of physical modeling, accuracy, transparency, and convenience to the designer.

Building Plumbing System Decontamination - First Report on Recommendations (Paperback): Nist Building Plumbing System Decontamination - First Report on Recommendations (Paperback)
Nist
R364 Discovery Miles 3 640 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This report summarizes the measurement results and recommended procedures for responding to building plumbing system contamination incidents and restoring the water system to safe operation. The recommendations are based on analysis of the results of a measurement and modelling research project investigated contamination and decontamination issues related to building plumbing systems.

Benefits and Costs of Research - A Case Study of Improved Service Life Prediction (Paperback): Nist Benefits and Costs of Research - A Case Study of Improved Service Life Prediction (Paperback)
Nist
R373 Discovery Miles 3 730 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This report provides an economic review of the National Institute of Standards and Technology High Performance Concrete (HYPERCON) Program from the period FY01 through FY09. The HYPERCON research program is designed to lower the cost of concrete performance prediction by developing and applying new measurement science including materials science understanding and performance prediction. The infrastructural nature of measurement science, its hard-to-visualize character, and the diffuse nature of its economic impacts makes them difficult to assess. The economic study of HYPERCON applies an innovative approach that uses surveys and case studies of the primary stakeholders within the industry to supplement more traditional quantitative success measures. Stakeholder survey responses are analyzed within the framework of grounded theory in order to build a cohesive understanding and assessment of the research program over time. The HYPERCON industry consortium known as the Virtual Cement and Concrete Testing Laboratory (VCCTL) is compared to three other major consortia in the cement/concrete industry to highlight its strengths and opportunities for improvement and identify consortia best practices. The economic study reports and summarizes its findings in order to help direct future HYPERCON Program investments in a way that meets the most important concrete performance prediction needs of U.S. industry in the most cost effective manner.

Rethinking Egress - A Vision for the Future (Paperback): Nist Rethinking Egress - A Vision for the Future (Paperback)
Nist
R323 Discovery Miles 3 230 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

New technologies and research are redefining the state-of-the-art in building evacuation. The time is right to rethink the entire infrastructure of egress from buildings in light new opportunities to address the economic and life-safety issues. Approximately 40 experts from a variety of disciplinary background assembled in Warrenton, VA from April 1-3, 2008 in order to consider building evacuation, starting with a blank sheet of paper. Structured around the principles of Value-Focused Thinking (a text authored by workshop moderator Ralph Keeney), the participants were encouraged to consider values, objectives, alternatives, and metrics. This process combined the benefits of free-thinking brainstorming with a formalism which encouraged evaluation of the potential for new ideas. By the conclusion of the third day, over 400 ideas had been developed, along with metrics for future evaluation of the ideas.

Development and Verification of a Linear-Fit Mixed System Rating Method for Unitary Two-Speed and Variable-Speed Air... Development and Verification of a Linear-Fit Mixed System Rating Method for Unitary Two-Speed and Variable-Speed Air Conditioners (Paperback)
Nist
R329 Discovery Miles 3 290 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

A linear-fit method of rating residential-type air conditioning systems was evaluated based on performance predictions and laboratory testing of one two-speed matched system and two mixed systems (matched two-speed condensing unit, matched indoor coil blower, and two mixed coil blowers). The individual evaporators and the condensing unit were separately tested using water heated/cooled condensing/evaporating units at standard air conditions over a range of evaporator refrigerant saturation temperatures, evaporator superheats, and liquid refrigerant temperatures. Capacity predictions were within 1.0 % of the tested values for the mixed systems, and the EER predictions were within 1.5 % of the measured EERs. The methods used for system rating on the two-speed system can also be applied to a variable-speed system.

Prototype Commercial Buildings for Energy and Sustainability Assessment - Design Specification, Life- Cycle Costing and Carbon... Prototype Commercial Buildings for Energy and Sustainability Assessment - Design Specification, Life- Cycle Costing and Carbon Assessment (Paperback)
Nist
R322 Discovery Miles 3 220 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Energy efficiency requirements in current commercial building energy codes vary across states, and most states have not yet adopted the newest energy standards. Current state energy code adoptions range across all editions of the ASHRAE 90.1 Standard (-1999, -2001, -2004, and -2007). Some states do not have a code requirement for energy efficiency, leaving it up to the locality or jurisdiction to set its own requirement. The ability for states to quantify the relative costs and benefits of past or future code adoptions can inform policymakers with respect to the outcomes from their decisions. The Engineering Laboratory's Applied Economics Office has developed an extensive database, known as the Building Industry Reporting and Design for Sustainability (BIRDS) database, which allows the comparison of the energy efficiency and sustainability of alternative building designs based on different editions of ASHRAE Standard 90.1. The expansive database is a compilation of multiple data sources, including results from 13 680 whole building energy simulations for 12 commercial building prototypes in 228 cities across all U.S. states, building construction costs from RS Means and Whitestone databases, energy cost data collected from the Energy Information Administration, and emissions data collected from the Environmental Protection Agency. This report documents the prototype building designs and the life cycle costing and carbon assessment data and approaches implemented in the BIRDS building energy efficiency and sustainability database.

Measurements and Models for the Wireless Channel in a Ground-Based Urban Setting in Two Public Safety Frequency Bands... Measurements and Models for the Wireless Channel in a Ground-Based Urban Setting in Two Public Safety Frequency Bands (Paperback)
Nist
R322 Discovery Miles 3 220 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

We report on measured peer-to-peer (ground-based) wireless channel characteristics for an urban environment in two public safety frequency bands. Results are based upon measurements taken in Denver in June 2009. The public safety bands we investigated are the 700 MHz and 4.9 GHz bands, both intended for public safety and emergency-response applications. Our study of the urban environment in these bands included an estimation of the distributions of both the number of multipath components and their delays. Our measurements employed a vector network analyzer, from which both path loss and delay dispersion characteristics were obtained for link distances up to approximately 100 m. Log-distance models for path loss are presented, and dispersive channel models are also described. Our dispersive channel models employ a statistical algorithm for the number of multipath components, previously used only in indoor settings. By employing a transmit-antenna positioner, we introduced spatial diversity into the measurement system, which enabled analysis of the dispersion characteristics of the angle of departure, also new for this ground-to-ground channel. The channel models should be useful for public safety communication system design and development.

Development and Use of the NIST Intelligent and Automated Construction Job Site Testbed (Paperback): Nist Development and Use of the NIST Intelligent and Automated Construction Job Site Testbed (Paperback)
Nist
R362 Discovery Miles 3 620 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The Intelligent and Automated Construction Job Site (IACJS) Testbed is a large laboratory facility that was established at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in 2011. The creation of the testbed was motivated by the need for such testbeds that was identified through several industry initiatives. The capabilities of the testbed include various equipment (such as mobile and cable-driven robots), sensors (such as laser scanners and laser trackers), and computation and visualization resources (such as high-end workstations and high-resolution projectors and cameras). The application of 3D imaging technologies to six construction industry scenarios, identified in collaboration with industry partners, was selected for potential demonstration in the testbed. The scenario, rebar mapping for cast-in-place concrete railway bridge decks, was selected as the initial construction activity to which 3D imaging would be applied. An industry demonstration was conducted in the testbed on June 30, 2011. Two 3D imaging technologies, laser scanning and digital images from a camera using custom software to obtain 3D data, were evaluated based on how well they performed and how they affected productivity. The productivity analysis was conducted using Discrete Event Simulation techniques and the ASTM E2204 Standard Guide for Summarizing the Economic Impacts of Building Related Projects (ASTM, 2011). This report describes the IACJS, the industry demonstration, and results from the experiments conducted during the demonstration.

High-temperature tensile constitutive data and models for structural steels in fire (Paperback): Nist High-temperature tensile constitutive data and models for structural steels in fire (Paperback)
Nist
R360 Discovery Miles 3 600 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This report documents the stress-strain behavior of a collection of structural steels recovered from the collapse of the World Trade Center. These steels, combined with literature data form the basis of a model for the stress-strain behavior of structural steels in general. The model accounts for the lost of strength, the decrease in work hardening and the increase in the strain-rate sensitivity with increasing temperature. For general structural steels, it takes the measured yield strength as its only input parameter. The new model predicts the stress-strain behavior of the steels slightly better than the existing Eurocode 3 stress-strain model.

Experimental Characterization of Helium Dispersion in a -Scale Two-Car Residential Garage (NIST TN 1694) (Paperback): Nist Experimental Characterization of Helium Dispersion in a -Scale Two-Car Residential Garage (NIST TN 1694) (Paperback)
Nist
R327 Discovery Miles 3 270 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

A series of experiments are described in which helium was released at constant rates into a 1.5 m 1.5 m 0.75 m enclosure designed as a -scale model of a two car garage. The purpose was to provide reference data sets for testing and validating computational fluid dynamics (CFD) models and to experimentally characterize the effects of a number of variables on the mixing behavior within an enclosure and the exchange of helium with the surroundings. Helium was used as a surrogate for hydrogen, and the total volume released was scaled as the amount that could be released by a typical hydrogen-fueled automobile with a full fuel tank. Temporal profiles of helium were measured at seven vertical locations within the enclosure during and following one hour and four hour releases. Idealized vents in one wall sized to provide air exchange rates typical of actual garages were used. The effects of vent size, number, and location were investigated using three different vent combinations. The dependence on leak location was considered by releasing helium from three different points within the enclosure. A number of tabulated quantitative measures are used to characterize the experiments. The complete experimental measurement results for each condition are available on the internet as described in Appendix A (http: //www.nist.gov/el/fire_protection/buildings/upload/HeliumDispersionDataSets.zip.

Structural and Electromagnetic Scenarios for Firefighter Locator Tracking System (Paperback): Nist Structural and Electromagnetic Scenarios for Firefighter Locator Tracking System (Paperback)
Nist
R328 Discovery Miles 3 280 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

One of the most important aspects of effective firefighter response to an emergency event is awareness of the location of the firefighters involved, especially in cases with limited visibility due to darkness, heavy smoke, or unfamiliar and changing environments. Location and tracking systems (LTS ) have been developed and are being refined to aid firefighting operations or the rescue of firefighters in distress. In this National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) technical note, LTS technologies are examined with the goal of establishing structural and electromagnetic scenarios that are representative of situations in which firefighters are most in need of this technology. Firefighter injury and fatality data are studied to determine the building and occupancy types that are associated with the highest risk of injuries. Current radio frequency (RF) regulations are explored to provide guidance on the electromagnetic landscape in which LTS are expected to operate on the fire ground. The potential effects of RF attenuation, RF multipath, and RF interference, which impact the ability of LTS to operate and communicate with incident command posts, are also discussed. Notional building and electromagnetic scenarios are presented to support the development of future test methods and standards that will appropriately challenge and evaluate LTS performance. These scenarios are also useful for fire departments and local jurisdictions in determining which types of firefighter LTS may be most effective in the types of structures and occupancies in their community.

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