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    In the recent history of aviation there were few significant accidents directly connected to pilots mental health: Germanwings Flight 9525, LAM Mozambique Airlines Flight 470 and missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 possibly being one of them. Although an intentional crashing of an aircraft in rare and uncommon— according to National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) data base from 2003-2012 there were 2,758 fatal aviation accidents out of which only 8 were aircraft-assisted suicides (1) — it…

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    The Cause and Effect of Land and Air Pollution What is pollution? Well pollution is a term we hear a lot and that we are accustomed to but what does is it really mean. (Conserve Energy) We hear about pollution a lot but could you tell me what it is if I asked you? Well I know that pollution is the introduction of a harmful substance to the environment. Pollution is the most reused word used to describe the destruction of the natural air we breathe in and the water we drink and land we live on.…

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    restored by the mining companies, which often doesn't happen. Air pollution from coal-fired power plants includes, nitrogen oxides, sulfur dioxide and heavy metals, which leads to smog, acid…

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    this research is to identify the what is the crew recourse management and discuss about the good crew resource management. For example, the US Airways Flight 1549. Also I will discuss about the bad crew resources management in a true story which is Air France Flight 447. In this paper I will demonstrate the accidents and I will show the importance of the Crew Resource Management, and sum up with CRM in general. Introduction: Aviation industry is the most rapid growing industry…

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    Carbonyl compounds undergo various types of reaction. In these reaction the carbonyl carbon or carbonyl oxygen is prone to attack generally by a nucleophile. Different types of carbonyl compounds undergo different types of reactions and the mechanisms of them are also different. The products or by-products or intermediate products of these reactions are very much useful in laboratory synthesis, industry etc. here we will discuss some very much important reactions which are very important for…

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    Noise Mitigation in Urban Areas: AUBMC 2020 Case Study Abstract- This paper studies noise pollution in a local context and aims at finding feasible mitigation measures taking AUBMC area as a case study. After thoroughly researching the topic to better understand the causes and implications of noise, as well as suggested solutions to alleviate its severity, the group moved towards applying these findings to the study area. A professional sound meter was used to measure noise levels at different…

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    Sulfuric Acid

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    Technical of the process Based on the Potential for Human Exposure at United State about 714 facilities were released over 15,077,944 Kg of sulfuric acid to the environment and 8,929,868 Kg of sulphuric acid to air. The most that was recorded for the concentrations of sulfuric acid in air were 678 ug/m3 in London, 240ug/m3 in Los Angeles, and 50 ug/m3 in Ontario. 0.5 mg/m3 of pickling, electroplating, and other acid treatments occupational exposure to sulfuric acid occurs in the OSHA are…

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    Acid Rain Effects

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    wet and dry depositon that contain high amounts of nitric and sulfuric acids (see Figure 1). These gases come from electric generation, factories, forest fires, burning fossil fuels and acid rain forms when these gases react with water, oxygen and air. Wet deposition happens when acid chemicals fall to the ground in a rain or snow for although dry deposition happens when acid chemicals fall to th ground in a dust or smoke form. The strength of an acid rain is determined by measuring its pH,…

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    or if it has covered the required distance. The width of the disc is reduced due to which the braking effect is reduced and can also cause failure. • The biggest reason for brake failure is if there is air in the system due to this when the brake is applied instead of compression of fluid the air is compressed due to which the force produced by the master cylinder is less hence causing the brake to fail. • The most common reason for brake fail can be if there is a leak in the system due to…

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    My Naked Edge Analysis

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    Based off of Folio discussion #1, my Naked Edge is still the same. According to the article, “The Highest Goal: The Secret that Sustains You in Every Moment”, the literal definition of the Naked Edge is the fourth pitch of a rock climb in Eldorado Canyon, Colorado. The fourth pitch of the rock climb is considered to be the hardest part to climb. This means that the fourth pitch is full of challenges and difficulties that you may encounter while climbing the fourth pitch. The metaphorical meaning…

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