Table 4 Sample Clauses

Table 4. The 22 SI units with special names and symbols Derived quantity Special name of unit Unit expressed in terms of base units (a) Unit expressed in terms of other SI units plane angle radian (b) rad = m/m solid angle steradian (c) sr = m2/m2 frequencyforce hertz (d) newton Hz = s−1 N = kg m s−2 pressure, stress pascal Pa = kg m−1 s−2 energy, work, joule J = kg m2 s−2 N m amount of heat power, radiant flux watt W = kg m2 s−3 J/s electric charge coulomb C = A s electric potential difference (e) volt V = kg m2 s−3 A−1 W/A capacitance farad F = kg−1 m−2 s4 A2 C/V electric resistance ohm Ω = kg m2 s3 A−2 V/A electric conductance siemens S = kg−1 m−2 s3 A2 A/V magnetic flux weber Wb = kg m2 s−2 A−1 V s magnetic flux density tesla T = kg s−2 A−1 Wb/m2 inductance henry H = kg m2 s−2 A−2 Wb/A Celsius temperature degree Celsius (f) oC = K luminous flux lumen lm = cd sr (g) cd sr illuminance lux lx = cd sr m−2 lm/m2 activity referred to becquerel Bq = s−1 a radionuclide (d, h) absorbed dose, kerma gray Gy = m2 s−2 J/kg dose equivalent sievert (i) Sv = m2 s−2 J/kg catalytic activity katal kat = mol s−1
Table 4. Critical Reservoir Water Elevation Reservoir Critical Reservoir Water Elevation measured at the dam (feet USGS Datum - NGVD1929) Type High Rock 599.9 (24 ft below full pool) Hydropower Production Tuckertown 560.7 (4 ft below full pool) Public Water Supply Narrows 486.8 (23 ft below full pool) Public Water Supply Falls 322.8 (10 ft below full pool) Hydropower Production Tillery 268.2 (10 ft below full pool) Public Water Supply Blewett Falls 168 (10.1 ft below full pool) Public Water Supply/ Hydropower Production
Table 4. Metabolite level distribution. Mean, standard deviation and coefficient of variation (CV) of each metabolite-to-creatine ratio, listed by algorithm and vendor as well as global summary values. Asterisks indicate significant differences (adjusted p < 0.01 = ** and adjusted p < 0.001 = *** or ### or ’’’) in the mean (for the metabolite ratios) or the variance (for the CV) compared to the algorithm in the next row (LCModel vs Osprey = ** or ***, Osprey vs Tarquin = ###, and Tarquin vs LCModel = ’’’).
Table 4. What At Sea Categoris ed Waters Other inland waters Comments All passenger ships >12 passengers (“passenger ship”) MCA / MAIB MCA / MAIB MCA / MAIB All ships carrying more than 12 passengers, whether fee paying or otherwise, must be certified by the MCA. Commercial vessels <24m length and commercial vessels >24m length other than passenger ships MCA / MAIB MCA / MAIB / INA MCA / MAIB Class IX(A) and IX(A)(T) applies to ships which don’t go to sea, so covers both categorised and other inland waters. Commercial Fishing vessels MCA / MAIB MCA / MAIB MCA / MAIB The application of merchant shipping legislation to fishing vessels is based on the requirement for DEFRA licensing of commercial fishing rather than where the vessel is operating (i.e. if the activity is defined as commercial fishing for DEFRA’s purposes, and needs a license, the MS legislation applies). Merchant shipping legislation applies to FVs on any voyage. Crown owned and operated vessels (MoD, HMRC, etc.) HSE / MCA / MAIB HSE / MCA / MAIB HSE / MCA / MAIB The Merchant Shipping Act 1995 does not generally apply to Crown vessels, as a matter of policy vessels contracted by the Crown are required to be voluntarily certified as approp. to their activity, length and area of operations. HSE regulations do apply to Crown vessels. What At Sea Categoris ed Waters Other inland waters Comments Local Authority owned and operated craft (Police, Fire, etc.) MCA / MAIB MCA / MAIB / INA MCA / MAIB These are straight-forward commercial vessels. Craft hired on a bareboat basis for public leisure use MCA / MAIB LA / INA / National Governing Body / MAIB / HSE LA / MAIB / National Governing Body / HSE Seagoing vessels as for seagoing commercial vessels. Hire boat code for inland waters is industry best practice. We would expect LA or INA to enforce it if they chose to use it. Technically, as Class IX(A) vessels, MCA would have some residual responsibility. Commercial adventurous training MCA / MAIB / AALA MCA / MAIB / INA / AALA MCA / MAIB / AALA Generally, these are straightforward commercial vessels. But see description role of AALA below. of Adventurous activity training provided by voluntary organisations NGB / LA / MAIB NGB / LA / MAIB NGB / LA / MAIB Voluntary organisations such as Scouts, Guides, Sea Cadets etc. undertaking adventurous activity training do not fall under AALA, but the vessels are treated as “commercial” operations as they do not meet the definition of “pleasure vessels”. Vessels used by scho...
Table 4. Fugitive Emissions Sources LTV Permit Reference LTV Emissions Inventory Description Cliffs Erie Permit Reference Cliffs Erie Description FS 009 Pellets, Load FS 009 Pellets Reclaim – Rail FS 017 Waste Rock, Road Dust FS 017 Unpaved Road Emissions FS 026 Pellets, Rail Transport FS 026 Rail Car Loading FS 029 Chips, Loading FS029 Screening Plant iron units drop to stockpile or transport vehicle FS 030 Chips, Truck Transport FS 030 Iron units reclaim and loading FS 031 Segment 1 Chips, Rail Transport, Transfer FS 031 Chips Rail Transport FS 034 Screening Plant Iron Units Storage Pile FS 035 Dust Collector Iron Units Handling Technical Support Document, Permit Action Number: 13700009-005 FS 031 Segment 2 Chips, Rail Transport, Wind Erosion FS 036 Chips Rail Transport Compliance Assurance Monitoring (CAM) Compliance Assurance Monitoring applies to new emissions units with limited potential-to-emit (after controls) in excess of the part 70 major thresholds. The project has one emissions unit (EU 143, pellet screening unit) with a limited PTE for PM/PM10 of 131.4 tons per year. Therefore, this emissions unit and the control equipment associated with it are subject to CAM. The CAM rules (40 CFR Section 64) establish that monitoring requirements promulgated as part of an applicable NESHAP are presumed to meet the requirements of CAM. As stated above, the taconite NESHAP does not apply to this project. However, the pellet storage and handling operations are identical to those at pellet yards of taconite production facilities. The taconite NESHAP has control and monitoring requirements for pellet handling operations. The CAM requirements of the permit are based on the monitoring requirements of the taconite NESHAP. The permit requires the installation and operation of a “system capable of continuously monitoring relative particulate matter loadings in the exhaust of a baghouse” (a.k.a. a bag leak detection system), inspections, equipment repair timeframes, recordkeeping, and reporting. The permit requires a response to investigate the cause of a bag leak detection alarm as soon as practicable, but no more than eight hours from the start of the alarm. The taconite NESHAP requires a response to investigate time of one hour or less. The facility, as it will be operated, will have a skeleton crew during certain periods of the day. The staff may or may not have the expertise to investigate a bag alarm if it alarms during these periods. For this reason, it is reasonable to...
Table 4. 14.3 The amount employer pays towards the personal budget on an annual basis purpose CS* employee (fixed contracted wages) Uta employee (salary) from 1/1/2020 from 1/1/2020 sustainable employability 4.36% 1.93% days 18 days 13 days holiday pay 8% 8% * CS = construction site
Table 4. 1 ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Licence Type Permitted Use ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Type 2 Goal Licence The licensee may use the licensed program solely in relation to its own business needs (including without limitation, the checking and submission of its own offer data) in connection with the Pool. Use of the licensed program for performing operational functions such as those of the Grid Operator or the Settlement System Administrator is expressly prohibited. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Type 3 Goal Licence The licensee may use the licensed program solely to provide bureau services to Parties in relation to their own business needs (including, without limitation, the checking and submission of such Parties' own offer data) in connection with the Pool. Use of the licensed program for performing operational functions such as those of the Grid Operator or the Settlement System Administrator is expressly prohibited. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Type 5 Goal Licence The licensee may use the licensed program solely for the purpose of (a) instructing Pool Members which are its affiliates as to the data to be submitted including the checking and submission of such Pool Members' own offer data, and (b) providing bureau services to Pool Members which are its affiliates in relation to their own respective business needs (including the checking and submission of such Pool Members' own offer data), in each case in connection with the Pool. Use of the licensed program for performing operational functions such as those of the Grid Operator or the Settlement System Administrator is expressly prohibited. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Type 6 Goal Licence The licensee may use the licensed program solely for the purposes of instructing Pool Members which are its affiliates as to the data to be submitted in connection with the Pool. Use of the licensed program for performing operational functions such as those of the Grid Operator or the Settlement System Administrator is expressly prohibited. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Type 8 Goal Licence The licensee may use the licensed program solely in relation to its own business needs and for the purpose of ...
Table 4. 3: Comparing Ebola Survivor and the general eye care population General eye care population (n=108) Ebola survivors (n=27) p-value Age mean (SD) 42.37(18.03) 33.15(13.37) 0.0140 Median Age (IQR) 41.50(27.50-60.00) 30.00(24.00-42.00) Visual Acuity Log Mar Snellen Visual Acuity Log Mar Snellen Visual Acuity Mean VA OD (SD) 0.59(0.84) 20/78 0.31(0.40) 20/41 0.0902 Median VA OD (IQR) 0.35(0.00-0.75) 20/45 0.18(0.00-0.48) 20/30 Mean VA OS (SD) Median LVA OS (IQR) 0.69(0.89) 20/98 0.25(0.39) 20/36 0.0124 0.48(0.00-0.94) 20/60 0.18(0.00-0.30) 20/30 Better Eye Mean (SD 0.36(0.54) 20/46 0.19(0.32) 20/31 0.1113 Median (IQR) 0.18(0.00-0.60) 20/30 0.18(0.00-0.18) 20/30 Worse Eye Mean (SD) 0.92(1.03) 20/166 0.38(0.44) 20/48 0.0090 Median (IQR) 0.57(0.18-1.00) 20/74 0.18(0.00-0.60) 20/30 Gender Male (%) Female (%) 49(45.37) 10(37.04) 0.4349 59(54.63) 17(62.96) 0.4349 Distance to clinic Mean (SD) 14.73(30.17) 9.07(11.07) 0.3407 Median (IQR) 3.00(2.00-10.00) 3.00(2.00-17.00)
Table 4. Linear Regression Analysis of Percent Condom Use during Vaginal Sex in the Past 30 Days B 95% CI p-value Sociodemographic factors Age Education High school or less -.003 Referent -.010 - .004 .341 Some college -.033 -.129 - .062 .493 Post college -.077 -.293 - .139 .483 Employment Status .050 .046 - .145 .309 Income Source Community .072 -.067 - .210 .308 Gender Norms .001 -.012 - .013 .961 Interpersonal Power in the Relationship .004 -.004 - .012 .336 Individual Condom Attitudes .016 .005 - .026 .003 Hypothesis 2: Predicting Percent Condom Use during Anal Sex Results from the linear regression model (see Table 5) suggest that health insurance status, gender norms (machismo), length living in the United States, and being born in the Caribbean are significantly associated with percent condom use during anal sex in the past 90 days. On average, those with health insurance were 23.8% more likely to report using condoms during anal sex in the past 90 days than those without health insurance when controlling for age, education, employment status, income source, gender norms, power in the relationship, condom attitudes, length living in the United States, and country of origin (B= .238; 95%CI= .033, .444; p= .024). In addition, those born in the Caribbean were 50.2% less likely to report using condoms during anal sex in the past 90 days than those who were born in the United States when controlling for age, education, employment status, income source, health insurance status, gender norms, power in the relationship, condom attitudes, length living in the United States, and being born in the Central America/Mexico or South America (B= -.502; 95%CI= -.931, -.074; p= .022). Furthermore, every unit increase in gender norms score was associated with a 2.8% increase in use of condoms during anal sex in the past 90 days when controlling for age, education, employment status, income source, health insurance status, power in the relationship, condom attitudes, length living in the United States, and country of origin (B= .028; 95%CI= .008, .047; p= .008). Finally, for every additional year living in the United States, there was on average a 2.1% decrease in condom use during anal sex in the past 90 days when controlling for age, education, employment status, income source, health insurance status, gender norms, power in the relationship, condom attitudes, and country of origin (B= -.021, 95%CI= -.035, -.007; p= .003). There was no significant association between age, edu...