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The use of solder in marine connections is controversial. Some experienced electricians feel that soldered connections are the most secure and best at eliminating terminal corrosion. Others point out that the solder in an overheated terminal may melt and allow the conductor to pull out of the terminal. A further problem is wicking of solder into the stranded conductor, resulting in a rigid portion that is liable to break like a solid conductor. The ABYC states that solder should not be the sole means of mechanical connection in any circuit; the only exception is battery lugs with a solder-contact length of not less than 1.5 times the conductor diameter.
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Goal Identi cation: What to Ask Sevens Although Sevens like the idea of generating coaching goals, they may resist adhering to them. For example, they may create many more goals than are realistic to achieve in the time available, or they may agree to certain goals but then try to change them throughout the coaching process. They do this for three reasons: (1) Sevens often have many ideas about what to accomplish and are reluctant to give any of them up; (2) a commitment to a specific goal can feel like a limitation on the Seven s freedom; and (3) changing goals frequently means that Sevens cannot be easily held accountable for specific results. In addition to being aware of these tendencies in Seven learners, developers can ask questions about the Seven s goals in a way that excites them and makes them more likely to make commitments and to keep them. Here are three ways to help Seven learners define clear coaching goals (use only one of the three questions; otherwise, Sevens will become more unfocused):
When implementing SSIDs, the AP and client must use the same SSID value to authenticate. By default, the access point broadcasts the SSID value, advertising its presence, basically allowing anyone access to the AP. Originally, to prevent rogue devices from accessing the AP, the administrator would turn off the SSID broadcast function on the AP, commonly called SSID cloaking. To allow a client to learn the SSID value of the AP, the client would send a null string value in the SSID field of the 802.11 frame and the AP would respond; of course, this defeats the security measure since through this query process, a rogue device could repeat the same process and learn the SSID value. Therefore, the APs were commonly configured to filter traffic based on MAC addresses. The administrator would configure a list of MAC addresses in a security table on the AP, listing those devices allowed access; however, the problem with this solution is that MAC addresses can be seen in clear-text in the If broadcast beaconing airwaves. A rogue device can easily sniff the is disabled on the AP, the client will airwaves, see the valid MAC addresses, and manually have to con gure the SSID to change its MAC address to match one of the match that of the AP. valid ones. This is called MAC address spoofing.
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11.4.3 Combinations of Springs If combinations of springs are connected by elements that are assumed to be massless, the combination can be replaced with a single spring of equivalent stiffness and free length. The need for this often arises as a result of model reduction where a mass has been assumed to be zero (as with the suspension in Fig. 11.3c). There are two possible ways to connect springs, known as parallel and series connections. Springs in Parallel. Two springs connected in parallel, as shown in Fig. 11.14a, can be replaced by the single spring in Fig. 11.14b to simplify modeling. The spring constant for the equivalent spring can be found by realizing that two springs in parallel are constrained to have the same de ection. Thus, if the two springs de ect by a distance d in response to an applied force F, the rst spring will produce a force
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#include <stdio.h> #include <sys\stat.h> #include <stdlib.h> int main(void) { FILE *fp; struct stat buff; if((fp=fopen("test", "rb"))==NULL) { printf("Cannot open file.\n"); exit(1); } /* fill the stat structure */ fstat(fileno(fp), &buff); printf("Size of the file is: %ld\n", buff.st_size); fclose(fp); return 0; }
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