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Last Update: 2011-03-17
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Untuk menggunakan Pemuat Peta, Nokia Multimedia Transfer harus telah terinstal. [...] untrymaps_0x0

To use Map Loader you need Nokia Multimedia Transfer installed. [...] untrymaps_0x0

Last Update: 2011-02-24
Usage Frequency: 4

Untuk menggunakan Pemuat Peta, Nokia Multimedia Transfer harus telah terinstal.Download dan instal Pemuat Peta ke komputer yang kompatibel. Untuk menggunakan Pemuat Peta, Nokia Multimedia Transfer harus telah terinstal. [...] eeovimaps_0x0

To use Map Loader you need Nokia Multimedia Transfer installed.Download and install Map Loader to your compatible computer. To use Map Loader you need Nokia Multimedia Transfer installed. [...] eeovimaps_0x0

Last Update: 2011-03-17
Usage Frequency: 8

Building Team Owner: Chicago Park District, Chicago Architect: Adrian Smith Gordon Gill Architecture LLP, Chicago Structural Engineer: Thornton Tomasetti, Inc., Chicago General Contractor: Carbon Day Automotive, Chicago Photographer: Steinkamp Photography The Solar Canopy is an 11-foot-tall prototype structure consisting of 6,000 pounds of architecturally exposed structural steel (AESS). It is designed to harvest solar energy for use in powering electric/hybrid vehicles. Conceived by Carbon Day Automotive to promote sustainability initiatives in Chicago, the structure was unveiled in a temporary location in Douglas Park as one of the focal points of the International Olympic Committees visit to the city during the selection process for the site of the 2016 Olympics. Owned by the Chicago Park District, the canopy found its permanent home on Northerly Island near the city’s museum campus and has been actively charging electric vehicles. With a construction cost of $67,000, the structure employs a cost-efficient, aesthetically pleasing and sustainable design that was achieved through integrated structural solutions, streamlined fabrication, and simplified coordination. The canopy seamlessly blends into the background of any park and artistically complements neighboring buildings. The elegant design includes a tree-like steel superstructure that can support up to 900 pounds of solar equipment, a 300-sf canopy featuring photovoltaic panels, and a subterranean concrete foundation anchoring the structure to the ground. The prototype design is adaptable to integrate a range of photovoltaic technologies at varying orientations, providing sustainable solutions to any location around the world. The team aimed to create a flexible design that could accommodate a single structure or multiple structures linked back-to-back, creating a shaded corridor for users in the interstitial space. In large-scale applications of the solar canopy, parking lots can be converted into giant plug-in charging stations, with the possibility of surplus energy being donated to the power grid. Bolstering its sustainable appeal, the structure has the potential to collect, store, filter and reuse rainwater to irrigate adjacent agricultural or park lands. All of the canopy’s components and connections provided a cost-efficient structural design without compromising the architectural aesthetics. To achieve this solution, the smallest diameter pipes possible were bent with compound curves. The slender pipes were visually preferred both for a graceful appearance and to limit encroachment on parking spaces. 3D CAD and 3D analysis were used to design the complex curves that give this structure its tree-like form. Since an integrated conduit is required to transfer energy from the photovoltaic panels to an underground battery pack, small access holes were provided at the top and bottom of the pipes to conceal the electrical wiring as well as to drain water. Bolted connections were minimized in favor of welds to achieve the architectural design intent. Because of the increased use of welds, the canopy’s structural engineer sought to decrease field work by performing as much of the fabrication in the steel shop as possible. This process helped to reduce costs and allowed for better quality control of the end product. The canopy was shop fabricated as seven pieces that were limited in size to fit on a standard truck bed, streamlining shipping. Once on site, the base was set and the columns erected. The roof structure was delivered as two pieces and connected on the ground. The solar array was then installed and the roof lifted into position and set on the bolted seat connections found at the tops of the columns. The connections were designed so that the roof structure concealed the bolts from view. Located on Chicago’s lakefront, the canopy’s design accommodates the wind and snow loads of the city’s infamous weather, while providing an imaginative addition to the landscape. Creating the appearance of sprouting from the ground, the canopy is anchored to a concrete foundation located 1’ 4” below grade. The base connection and foundation were designed to resist a significant permanent overturning moment created by the unbalanced sprouting columns that asymmetrically cantilever from the base. To diminish deterioration of the structure, the concealed foundation allows for the heaviest of parking lot wearing surfaces, and hot-dipped galvanized steel prevents corrosion to the components exposed to the elements. Extensive collaboration was necessary among a team consisting of nine firms to realize the unique architectural design of the canopy, while still achieving a cost-sensitive, functional structure. With only three face-to-face meetings, the majority of communication was accomplished electronically. Team members shared ideas and designs effectively through virtual communication methods, creating an efficient design process. From concept to working prototype, the solar canopy design was completed in 25 days. As a prototype structure, the canopy is not only versatile with its ability to integrate multiple applications at a variety of sites, but it is also unique in its striking yet simplistic appearance. Whether it is used to fuel electric cars, bikes, or scooters, the canopy is a distinct addition to any landscape.


Last Update: 2014-04-15
Usage Frequency: 1
Reference: Wikipedia

A career as an accountant makes a lot of sense for many individuals. When you are choosing your path, consider some of the best reasons to select accounting. The job gives you lots of security, relatively high pay and requires less education than many jobs with similar pay levels. Plus, because so many types of businesses need accountants, you can rest assured that you will always have opportunities available that have the potential to stretch you and allow you to learn new things about new industries.AdFinance Course & American Master Degrees. Pick Your School, Degree & Pathway! Relatively Little Education You do not have to waste much of your time and money on your education to become an accountant. The vast majority of accountants have only a Bachelor's degree, which generally requires four years of education but can occassionally be achieved in less. As an accountant, you will usually need to complete a continuing education course each time you want to renew your CPA license, but in general, you do not need to get a Master's degree to do well in the field. This allows you to get a job at a relatively young age and graduate with less debt than people who need a higher degree before being able to start working in their fields. Good Starting Salary Most accounting jobs start with a salary of about $40,000 per year, in addition to benefits. This is a great place to start, considering the relatively low educational requirements. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that almost 90 percent of accountants make more than $40,000 per year, and the median salary in the field is over $60,000 per year. Room for Advancement The field of accounting has a lot of room for advancement as you take on more responsibility and work for bigger clients. Especially if you begin as an entry-level accountant in a large company, you can be confident that there will be promotions available in the future as you stay with that company. With advancement comes higher salaries, as well. Approximately 25 percent of accountants earn more than $80,000 per year, and 10 percent of accountants earn a six-figure salary. Job Security Accountants are in high demand, and this is only likely to increase in the coming years as more businesses start and need accounting services. Even if you lose your job, you can be confident that you have the skills and experience to fill thousands of open positions across the country. Businesses and individuals will always need accountants, so you don't need to worry that your skills and education will become obsolete. Practical Budgeting Skills Many people with high salaries don't know much about how to track spending and manage their money, so they squander these salaries in unwise ways. However, as an accountant, you can transfer your money management skills from your job into the realm of your personal budget. The principles that drive accounting in the business world transfer very well into personal finance and can help you develop a budget and stick to it. This will help you meet your personal financial goals more easily.

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Last Update: 2014-04-07
Subject: General
Usage Frequency: 1
Reference: Anonymous
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