Advance Refrigeration

advance refrigeration

  • the process of cooling or freezing (e.g., food) for preservative purposes

  • deliberately lowering the body's temperature for therapeutic purposes; "refrigeration by immersing the patient's body in a cold bath"

  • (refrigerant) any substance used to provide cooling (as in a refrigerator)

  • Make progress

  • progress: a movement forward; "he listened for the progress of the troops"

  • Cause (an event) to occur at an earlier date than planned

  • advance(a): being ahead of time or need; "gave advance warning"; "was beforehand with her report"

  • Move forward, typically in a purposeful way

  • move forward, also in the metaphorical sense; "Time marches on"

advance refrigeration - Predictive Functional

Predictive Functional Control: Principles and Industrial Applications (Advances in Industrial Control)

Predictive Functional Control: Principles and Industrial Applications (Advances in Industrial Control)

The demands of the modern economic climate have led to a dramatic increase in the industrial application of model-based predictive control. Apart from PID, predictive control is probably the most popular control approach in use today. Predictive functional control (PFC) was first used to develop a model-based predictive controller that was easy to understand, implement and tune from an instrumentation engineer’s perspective. In the forty years since, there have been thousands of successful applications of PFC controllers in a large and diverse group of industries. Predictive Functional Control provides readers with: a fundamental understanding of the principles associated with PFC; the basic PFC control equations to be implemented in all programmable logic controllers or digital control systems in block programming form; and tuning rules and implementation procedures. Some new features arising from the needs of the process industries are reported along with many examples of industrial applications.

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Friday, April 24, 2009

Friday, April 24, 2009

I spent the day at the Cleveland Clinic, going through an intensive series of tests and check-ups in order to determine if I am in good enough health to be a kidney donor for my cousin Andy.

One of the requirements of my visit was to bring in a collection of all of my urine from the preceding 24 hours. The clinic sent me an orange jug in the mail a week in advance, along with specific instructions regarding the collection. It sounded like an easy enough task initially. However, when it came time to execute this task, it proved to be much more difficult than I had anticipated. I had to cart a receptacle with me every time I visited a rest room, in addition to this unsightly gallon jug, and then successfully pour the contents of said receptacle into said jug. (This was particularly awkward when there were other people in the restroom, because of course you can hear liquid splashing inside of a plastic jug in a relatively silent room. Loud and clear.)

Then, there was the matter of refrigeration. Luckily, there are a couple of fridges in my office, but these are used by student leaders and are regularly scavenged for any new contents. I sat down with our students well ahead of time, warning them not to throw away or sample the contents of my orange jug. Incidentally, I also had to find a way to keep my urine refrigerated during my five hour drive out to Ohio. Luckily, Rhoda had a cooler that she let me borrow, in spite of the questionable nature of my loot.

Finally, there was the problem of volume. Eric took one look at this jug and warned me that there was no way in Sheol that it was going to be big enough to hold the amount of liquid that I consume throughout a usual 24 hour period. He was correct. I topped this baby off before noon, and filled an entire second gallon jug to boot.

My uncle Tom, bless his heart, curried my two gallons from the parking lot up to the lab. Along the way he exclaimed, "Oh my goodness, Debbie. This has to be half your body weight!"

Which concluded one of the most awkward 24 hour periods of my life thus far.

The end.

USS Silversides

USS Silversides

The USS Silversides in permanent dock in the Muskegon channel; Muskegon, MI.

USS Silversides, (SS 236), was launched at Mare Island Naval Yard, California, on August 28, 1941. She is a fleet-style submarine (built to maintain fleet speed averaging 17 knots) of the Gato (Drum) class. USS Silversides has all-welded construction, all-electric drive, all diesel engines, advanced refrigeration systems, air purifiers, fresh water distillers, oceanic cruising range, and optimum crew "habitability" for her time with such conveniences as air conditioning, an ice machine, showers, and entertainment systems.

The USS Silversides and the adjacent Great Lakes Navel Museum are located near Pere Marquette Park in Muskegon, MI. The submarine is currently open to the public for tours and conducts youth group overnight encampments.

Michigan Historic Site:
1986 - National Historic Landmark listed
1972 - National Register listed

advance refrigeration

advance refrigeration

The Regime: Evil Advances (Before They Were Left Behind, Book 2)

Dynamic Romanian multimillionaire Nicolae Carpathia's sphere of influence steadily grows as he parlays his looks, charm, charisma, and intellectual brilliance into success in business and politics. But is it mere coincidence that those who oppose or offend him suffer to the point of death? Meanwhile, a young Buck Williams begins his journalistic career. Pilot Rayford Steele gains more responsibility at work and at home. Scientist Chaim Rosenzweig begins work on a secret formula that could change the world. All three go about their daily lives, unaware of each other or of the powerful young man from Romania. Around the world, the stage is being set for the cataclysmic event that will change the world forever.

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