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Exam questions are derived from a job practice analysis study conducted by ISACA. The areas selected represent those tasks performed in a CISA s day-to-day activities and represent the background knowledge required to perform the tasks. The CISA exam is quite broad in scope. It covers several six job practice areas, as shown in Table 1-1. Independent committees have been developed to determine the best questions, review exam results, and statistically analyze the results for continuous improvement. Should you come across a horrifically difficult or strange question, do not panic. This question may have been written for another purpose. A few questions on the exam are included for research and analysis purposes and will not be counted against your score.
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where the argument q has been dropped for brevity. If the cam pro le is given instead in polar coordinates r = r(q), then q can be considered as a parameter, and the position vector of any point of the curve can be expressed as p(q ) = r (q )e r (7.20)
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since a model is not a real representation of the performing machine. There is no real model, only approximate representations of values. Since vibration is generally an undesirable side effect, it seldom controls the primary design of the cam-follower machine system. Such systems are designed rst to ful ll their main function and are then analyzed from a vibration viewpoint possibly for equipment damage or malfunction, noise, or human discomfort or annoyance. The most severe effects of vibration generally occur at resonance; therefore, one usually is concerned rst with determination of the resonance frequencies of the preliminary design. Damping is usually neglected in the pertinent calculations for all but the simplest systems. If resonance frequencies are found to lie within the intended range of driving frequencies, one should attempt a redesign of the cam and follower system to shift the resonances out of the driving frequency range. Added stiffness with little addition of mass results in shifting of the resonances to higher frequencies. Added mass with little addition of stiffness results in lowering of the resonance frequencies. Damping generally has little effect on the resonance frequencies. Excitation reduction of vibration may take the form of running a machine at reduced power, isolating the resonating system from the source of excitation, or shielding the system from exciting inputs. Also, increased damping may be obtained by addition of energy-dissipating devices or structures. For example, one might use metals with high internal damping for the primary structure or attach coatings or sandwich media with large energy-dissipation capacities to a primary structure of common materials. In addition to the basic vibrations that result from compliant systems as discussed in this chapter, vibrations may occur in the cam follower for the following reasons: As a result of separation of the cam and follower with backlash. With closed-track cams impact of the roller on the cam is produced and is called crossover shock. With opentrack cams vibrations are due to the jump condition of the follower leaving the cam surface. Because of surface imperfections or irregularities. These can affect the performance of the machine depending on the loads or speeds. Due to the rate and phase of application of the external load. For example, a cam-driven punch-indexing mechanism has its load applied suddenly as the punch starts into the workpiece. This quick-load application cannot be eliminated, and therefore the design by necessity must include it. Note that sometimes the application of load during the minus acceleration period tends to reduce or even eliminate the reversal of forces acting on the cam surface. Due to cam or linkage unbalance. These may be fabricated with blowholes or nonhomogenous contaminants. Due to installation of improper and worn parts and misalignment. Due to support structures (frame) being either too light in weight or elastic. These vibrations may occur at high speed and may be of signi cant magnitude to affect the design action. Incidentally, the author has observed a textile machine that performed properly and used an elastic frame to its advantage. In other words, the machine only worked utilizing the compliancy of the frame. Vibrations transmitted to the cam from a relatively external power source. These may arise from electrical motor, gearing, or other machinery action as part of the whole system. Due to moving parts of complex linkages affecting the vibration mounts and substructures of the machine.
The one problem that a user object solves and a report formula does not is that of too much data being sent across the network. If a user is using SQL for standard transformations (UPPER, TO_CHAR, and so on), then the same amount of traffic is sent across the network for a user-defined object as for a report formula. However, if a user builds an object that filters the query such as Order Date Ship Date < 5, then the database server processes the query, generating less network traffic than a report variable that gets processed locally on the client or Enterprise server. When users build objects with SQL functions, it may require a modification to the database.prm file, increasing ownership costs. Another concern about both user objects and report formulas is that the business definition may no longer be consistent. One user s definition of Current Month Sales may be based on the accounting month the invoice was sent; another may define it with the calendar month, and yet another, the date the product was shipped. The following table summarizes the pros and cons of user objects:
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