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Soft metals are bronze, cast iron, and cold-rolled steel. Soft cams require the same degree of manufactured tolerance and accuracy as hardened cams. Pro les are milled and good surface nish is required. The most widely acceptable metal characteristic reducing the tendency to gall is selflubrication. Self-lubrication is exempli ed by porous powder metals (oil-impregnated), gray cast iron, Meehanite, ductile cast iron, graphitic steels (graphite-lubricated), and leaded bronze (lead-lubricated). These materials suffer less damage when galling takes place. Other materials with much sliding and high loads may have their wear life increased by the frequent addition of various coatings and electrographite especially during run-in periods. Plastics. There has always been a need for lightweight, low-cost cam material for light-duty applications. In the past, cams were made from phenolic-resin impregnated cloth. However, in recent years, with the development of new polymers, many cams are made of various plastic materials. Table 9.4 lists plastic materials used for molded cams. The most common molded plastic cams are made of acetate and nylon resins. These materials are limited in strength, temperature resistance, and accuracy. The nylon and acetate resins have a room-temperature yield strength of approximately 10,000 lb/in2. This is reduced to approximately 4000 lb/in2 at their upper temperature limit of 250 F. Nylon resin is subject to considerable moisture absorption, which reduces its strength and causes considerable expansion. Plastic cams can operate for long periods in adverse environments, such as dirt, water, and corrosive uids, where other materials would tend to wear excessively. They can also operate without lubrication or can be lubricated by the processed material as in the food industry. Plastic cams are run in combination with a steel roller follower to give dimensional control and quiet operation. Polyimide is a more expensive plastic material than nylon or acetate resin, but it has an operating temperature limit of approximately 600 F. This makes polyimides suitable for many adverse applications that might otherwise require metal cams. Polyimides can be used very effectively in combination with a metal follower without lubrication because of polyimide s good sliding properties. Bronze Alloys. Several bronze alloys are used for cams. Most of the bronze alloys contain varying amounts of tin, zinc, manganese, aluminum, phosphorus, silicon, lead, nickel, and iron. The bronze alloys are most often used in combination with a steel
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Figure 14.4 The media access time for Ethernet is random and de-
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Notice that this is very similar to the partition of Eq. (10-2), except for the introduction of the variable , which is the number of identical two-state transitions occurring at the same time. For any given peak in the melting profile, if is calculated to be equal to (or close to) 1, then H in the exponent will be equal to the area under the peak and we can say with confidence that the peak represents the unwinding of a single segment that unwinds in pretty much an all-or-none fashion. We can calculate the average enthalpy change per mole of base pairs by taking the overall enthalpy change for melting the entire DNA and dividing by the number of base pairs. Let s call that h. The ratio of the H for one segment to the average enthalpy per base pair h gives us a measure of the cooperative unit length nc. This measure of cooperative unit length however is skewed for a heterogeneous DNA, because the average per base-pair value h was calculated for the entire DNA molecule, whereas the peaks in the melting profile at the lower temperatures correspond to regions of the DNA that are rich in adenine and thymine, and tend to have a smaller enthalpy change. The peaks at higher temperatures correspond to regions of the DNA with a higher percentage of guanine and cytosine. So nc calculated from an average enthalpy for the overall DNA will tend to be underestimated for the lower temperature peaks and overestimated for the higher temperature peaks. However, using nearest-neighbor interactions and knowing the DNA sequence, we can calculate individual average per-base-pair enthalpies for each region of the melting profile and, in this way, refine our estimates of the cooperative unit length nc for each portion of the melting profile. If, for a given peak in the profile, turns out to be significantly greater than 1, then we know it is unlikely that the DNA segments in that portion of the melting curve are unwinding in a two-state fashion. In such cases a more gradual zipper-like model or a model that involves multiple two-state transitions (unwinding of multiple segments each in an all-or-none manner) is closer to reality. In the latter model represents the number of segments of DNA melting in a two-state manner and nc would be the average length of each segment under that peak.
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To perform detailed troubleshooting, the appliances support debug capabilities similar to IOS-based devices. Cisco also supports debug commands for troubleshooting the DHCP client on the appliance. Here are the debug commands that you can use: debug dhcpc packet
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When these roots are both less than zero, we say that the system is overdamped. An example of an overdamped system is shown in Fig. 6-16; the current quickly decays to zero. If the roots are real but s1 = s2 = s, the solution is of the form i(t) = Aest + Btest (6.30)
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When running EIGRP, use the show route command to view the routes in your routing table: EIGRP routes show up as a D in the routing table. This command was discussed earlier in the chapter. Other EIGRP commands you can use include the ones shown in Table 4-3.
Figure 8-8 shows a simple example of hierarchical addressing. In this example, the network is using This is summarized before being sent to another Understand the bene ts network. This addressing space is broken up of hierarchical addressing. into three campuses:,, and Each of these sets of addresses is summarized when sharing routes between the campuses. Within each campus, the addressing is further broken up for the two buildings: 10.x.1.0/24, 10.x.2.0/24, and so on. To implement a hierarchical addressing design and to take advantage of route summarization, you ll need a routing protocol that supports VLSM: BGP, EIGRP,
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