MOUNT Sample Clauses

MOUNT. The mount is different for the antenna options as described below.
MOUNT. The structure or surface upon which antennas are mounted and includes roof-mounted, side-mounted, ground -mounted, and structure - mounted.
MOUNT. St. Helens exploded in an eruption with the energy equivalent to 10 million tons A B C DTNT.
MOUNT. 0.00 13. CERTIFICATION (Must be compieredby app / scant / THE APPLICANT UNDERSTANDS THAT ALL STATEMENTS AND REPRESENTATIONS MADE IN TH15 APPLICATION ARE BINDING UPON THE APPLICANT. THE APPLICANT AND ANY OFFICIAL EXECUTING THl3 CERTIFICATION ON BEH ALF OF THE APPLICANT, NAMED IN ITEM 2, CERTIFY THAT TH15 APPLICATION IS PREPARED IN CONFORulTY WITH TITLE 10 CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS. PARTS 30,32,33,34,35, AND 40 AND THAT ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN, IS TRUE AND CORRECT TO THE BEST OF THERR KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF. WARNING: 18 U S.C. SECTION 1001 ACT OF JUNE 25,1948.62 STAT. 749 MAKES IT A CRIMINAL OFFENSE TO PtAKE A WILLFULLY F ALSE STATEMENT OR REPRESENTATION TO ANY DEPARTMENT OR AGENCY OF THE UNITED STATES AS TO ANY MATTER WITHIN ITS JURISDICTION Vice President & A ' >R^aneta 9'* Riddle Si TURE-CERTIF YING OP ER TYPED / PRINTED NAME TITLE DATE AM . General Manager 31 Mar 86 14 VOLUNT A R Y E CONOWC D AT A
MOUNT. This mount was similar to RO mount but had two transducers, one aiming up and the other aiming down (Figure 13). Figure 13. Mount Used for Transducers at the LOP Forebay Face
MOUNT. The mount for the RO transducers (Figure 6) consists of a triangular base that is attached to the concrete face of the dam with concrete anchors. A stanchion with a right angle bracket was welded to the base. An aluminum cage containing a split-beam transducer was attached to the bracket. Figure 6. Mount Used for Transducers at LOP Regulating Outlets
MOUNT. A 14-ft floating platform was designed to accommodate drastic yearly water level fluctuations of the CGR forebay (Figure 15). Securing of the platform consisted of three engineered brackets that were concrete-anchored to the parapet wall on the roof of the tower and paired with brackets at the water’s surface. Stainless steel cables were tensioned between these pairs of brackets. This apparatus will serve as vertical guides for the platform to move up and down as forebay levels fluctuate. A weak link was engineered into the bracket system to ensure the link would fail before damage occurred to the towershould the platform break away. A cable spooling system was also designed to ensure data cables would remain properly tended on the deck of the platform as the platform ascended or descended. A pole mount system was constructed for deployment from the platform for the acoustic imaging camera. The mount allowed aiming angles of the acoustic camera to be optimized from the deck of the platform. Figure 15. Platform and Apparatus Used for the Acoustic Imaging Camera at the CGR Intake Tower
MOUNT. The mount for the turbine intake transducers consisted of a base with an adjustable arm (Figure 10). A cage for the transducer was attached to the arm. An in-line screw mechanism allowed divers to adjust the aiming angle. Anchor chains were attached to the mount and subsequently to the trash rack to prevent the assembly from moving into the penstock should it come loose from the trash rack. The transducer mounts for the LOP turbine intakes were designed to fit between the vertical bars of the trash rack. This design allowed divers to secure the mount to the trash rack of each intake from the forebay. The mount was secured to the trash rack with “J” bolts. Figure 10. Mount Used for Transducers at the LOP Turbine Intakes
MOUNT. 3.8.0 Basic instructions on recording mount
MOUNT. David R., K.R. Drottar, D.D. Gulley, J.P. Fillo, and P.E. O’Neil. 1992. Use of laboratory toxicity data for evaluating the environmental acceptability of produced water discharge to surface waters. Produced Water. Edited by JP Ray & Engelhart, Plenum Press. EPA-HQ-OW-2008-0517, DCN 07229.