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3d Illustrations for the Mining Industry | Drafting and Design for Mining Plant Design
This is just a test for a 3d video for a mining plant NOTE: We are NOT associated with GMS and are not recommending any of their products; this is only an example of 3d modeling. Email [email protected] for 3d models, illustrations and for your marketing needs.
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Longwall Mining
http://clearcutmining.com/ This video describes the process of underground longwall mining used in the Australian coal mining industry.
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Winner of Rio Tinto's Canadian Diamonds Master Craftsman Award- Reena Ahluwalia
Rio Tinto is one of the world's major diamond producers through its 100 per cent control of the Argyle mine in Australia, 60 per cent of the Diavik mine in Canada, a 78 per cent interest in the Murowa mine in Zimbabwe. These three mines allow Rio Tinto to produce diamonds for all market segments. Rio Tinto also has an advanced diamond project in India. Rio Tinto's share of the production from its three operating mines is sold through its Diamonds Sales and Marketing headquarters office in Antwerp, Belgium with representative offices in Mumbai, Hong Kong and New York. Rio Tinto Diamonds is a leading supporter of the Kimberley Process as well as a founding member of Responsible Jewellery Council. Website: www.riotintodiamonds.com
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2013 Lone Star Lands Steward: Jewett Lignite Mine - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]
The Jewett Lignite Mine, located between Houston and Dallas, is a winner of the Texas Parks and Wildlife 2013 Lone Star Land Steward Award. Part of the Texas Westmoreland Coal Company, the 35,000 acre mine is noted for its innovative land reclamation techniques including restoration of native grasses and natural stream functionality. The mine is working to restore bobwhite quail and has protection measures in place for the Interior Least Tern, an endangered species that nests there. The mine is located in Leon, Limestone and Freestone counties. For information about the Lone Star Land Steward Awards, including how to nominate a property, visit http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/landwater/land/private/lone_star_land_steward/
World's largest waste-to-energy plant to be built in Shenzhen, China
Danish firms Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects and Gottlieb Paludan Architects have won a competition to design the world's largest waste-to-energy power plant in China. Proposed for the mountainous region on the outskirts of Shenzhen, the waste-to-energy plant is expected to incinerate 5,000 tonnes of rubbish per day – approximately one third of the waste generated by the city's 20 million inhabitants each year. According to the architects, the facility will "utilise the most advanced technology in waste incineration and power generation". The huge circular building will boast a 66,000-square-metre roof, two thirds of which will be covered with photovoltaic panels, allowing the building to generate its own sustainable supply of energy. It will also feature a series of visitor facilities, including a looping walkway that offers a behind-the-scenes look at the inner workings of the plant, before leading up to a rooftop viewing platform. "The project firstly aims to provide a clean, simple and modern technical facility to deal with the city's growing waste," explained architect Chris Hardie, head of Schmidt Hammer Lassen's Shanghai office. "At the same time it aims to educate visitors to this growing waste challenge by taking them on an elevated walkway tour of the plant that ends with a 1.5-kilometre panoramic view of both the surrounding mountains and the 66,000-square-metre roofscape that will be geared to producing actual renewable energy," he told Dezeen. The circular structure will encompass the entire plant, including auxiliary buildings – the aim was to keep the facility as compact as possible. The entrance will be a snaking ramp that starts from a landscaped park and winds up between a pair of smokestacks. Read the full story on Dezeen: http://www.dezeen.com/2016/02/04/worlds-largest-waste-to-energy-plant-shenzhen-china-schmidt-hammer-lassen-gottlieb-paludan/ Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest architecture and design movies: http://bit.ly/1tcULvh
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Cat® Longwall Mining Systems
Caterpillar provides the underground mining industry with safe, reliable, and highly productive equipment for longwall operations. The customized longwall mining systems include high-capacity roof support systems for seams from 0.6 to 6 m (1.80 -- 15.42 ft), programmable mining controls, fully automated plow systems, high-horsepower shearers, and armored face conveyors with intelligent CST drive systems. Caterpillar also supplies a broad range of battery- and diesel-driven roof support carriers. Learn more at https://mining.cat.com/products/underground-mining/longwall
Diébédo Francis Kéré Interview: Architecture is a Wake-Up Call
"Architecture is much more than art. And it is by far more than just building buildings". Meet award-winning architect Diébédo Francis Kéré from Burkina Faso in this interview about his architectural philosophy. Architecture, Kéré explains, is basically a social process - especially in the poorer and less developed regions of the world. It is about integrating the people, you build for, making them feel, it is their project. In this way, they identify with the building and are proud of it. In his works, Kére chooses to work with local materials - wood and clay - although his buildings must have a modern articulation. The local community very often identify traditional materials with a premodern stage of development. Involving people means teaching them modern building skills, which they later on will need to maintain the building. Besides that, local materials are ideal in confronting the climatic challenges of the region: Clay keeps the heat out of the building and stabilizes the temperature inside, which is "better than artificial climatization", Kéré says. "If we learn to build with local materials, we have a future. Architecture can bring a lot to a local society like mine. Architecture makes people proud, simply proud. And that can generate a lot of energy." Diébédo Francis Kéré was born in 1965 in the village of Gando. He was the first child in the village to be sent to school as his father, the village chief, wanted his eldest son to learn how to read and translate his letters. Since no school existed in Gando, Kéré had to leave his family when he was 7 years old to live with his uncle in the city. After finishing his education, he became a carpenter and went on to study architecure at the Technical University of Berlin, where his study is based today. During his studies Kéré felt it was his duty to contribute to his family and to the community which had supported him, and to give the next generation the opportunity to follow in his footsteps. In 1998, with the help of his friends, Kéré set up the association Schulbausteine für Gando to fund the construction of a primary school for his village. His objective was to combine the knowledge he had gained in Europe, with traditional building methods from Burkina Faso. He completed his studies and built the first school in Gando as his diploma project in 2004. Since then, Kére has received numerous architectural awards - besides others the Aga Khan Award for Architecture in 2004 and the Global Award for Sustainable Architecture in 2009. Diébédo Francis Kéré was interviewed by Marc-Christoph Wagner. Camera: Klaus Elmer Editing by Kamilla Bruus Produced by Marc-Christoph Wagner Copyright: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2014. Supported by Nordea Fonden.
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Dannielle Dendle
Winner Exceptional Young Woman in Queensland Resources Award For women 2011
The New Cat® GH800B Longwall Plow System: Unlocking Deposits in Low Seams
Caterpillar has developed the Cat® GH800B Longwall Plow System, designed for mining very low coal seams at high rates. Building on the attributes of the proven GH1600 Plow System, the Caterpillar longwall team in Lünen, Germany, worked with the German Ibbenbüren mine to design and construct a system for mining an anthracite seam averaging only 0.85 meters (33.5 inches) thick. The result is the GH800B Plow and associated longwall system.
Ancient tradition / modern fashion | Mahlet Afework | TEDxPlaceDesNations
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Combining ancient designs, traditional skills and a modern approach to fashion and entrepreneurship can lift women out of poverty and bring African fashion into the limelight. Mahlet Afework is a fashion designer based in Addis Ababa. She started her career at 16 as a model and musician, while simultaneously studying nursing. She left school and quit modeling to follow her passion and become a professional fashion designer. She has since gained critical acclaim for her cutting-edge designs; winning the 2012 Origin Africa's design award, showcasing her work at African Fashion Week New York 2012, and winning the 2010 Designer of the Year award from Alliance Ethio-Française at European Fashion Day in Addis. Mahlet works exclusively with hand-woven fabrics made by women. She creates clothing and accessories which are fresh and cutting-edge and at the same time very wearable. Working with hand-woven fabrics is a way for Mahlet to give back and to support women weavers who are often marginalized within the male-dominated weaving community. Mahlet is a beneficiary/participant of the International Trade Centre's Women and Trade Programme. The programme supports women entrepreneurs and help them connect to regional and global markets. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Ideas at Work - Innovation and Technology at Teck
From early prospectors to today’s digitally-connected operations, the story of mining is a story of innovation and invention, driven by people and ideas. Today at Teck, our people are putting new ideas to work to enhance the safety of our workforce, protect the environment and improve efficiency. Meet the people who are making our modern mining operations safer, more sustainable and more productive than ever before.
The Gold Mine Jewelry Store in Hudson, NC
http://hudsongoldmine.com The Gold Mine Jewelry Store is located in Hudson, NC. The Gold Mine Fine Jewelry & Gifts is the only award winning, Caldwell County jewelry store to be owned and operated by a "Registered Gemologist Appraiser" assuring you of the best jewelry value & expert services. a "Registered Gemologist Appraiser" assuring you of the best jewelry value & expert services. Laser Jewelry Repair - We are proud to have a team of goldsmiths doing our repair work. You'll be pleased to know that we use a "State of the Art" laser welder to do even the most complicated jewelry repairs. Other jewelers may turn you down because certain repairs are too complex...but not at The Gold Mine! Each of our goldsmiths has his own particular niche they are good at assuring that you will receive the proper attention from someone who is a "specialist" in there field...not a general repairman/goldsmith like most jewelry store's offer. You wouldn't go to a general medical doctor to have a kidney transplant would you? The same should hold true for your precious jewelry! We accept all types of repair work such as: ring sizing, chain soldering, prong retipping, diamond/gemstone replacement, shank replacement, etc.. We work with all metals such as gold, platinum, palladium, stainless steel, titanium, etc. Broke your reading glasses or other eyeglass frames? Fixing them is a jiffy and can often be completed in just minutes!!! Custom Jewelry Design - Its our passion! By using a very modern CAD/CAM jewelry design software, we allow you to actually have input in designing your very own jewelry item! The fun part you'll discover is that we can even let you see what the new piece of jewelry looks like on your hand before the piece is ever made...how about that! Customers have driven over 300 miles just to have us design a new jewelry item for them! Why? Nobody else in our area has the design capability of our store. We've had customers draw their jewelry ideas on a napkin and we were able to make it. From computer graphic design to the art of lost wax gold casting, we partner with the best goldsmiths & jewelry designers in the industry to bring your ideas to fruition! Stop by our store or call 828-726-1009 for a FREE design consultation with our experts. Watch Repair - We work on all major watch brands such as: Seiko, Citizen, Bulova, Wittnauer, Movado, Rolex, Tag Heur and others. Typical watch repairs include, stem, crown, crystal and gasket/seal replacement, battery installation, new watch bands, cleaning, regulating, etc. We repair modern quartz watches as well as restoring "yesterday's" mechanical watches. Most all repairs are done in house by our highly skilled watch repairman. Engraving - We can engrave most any item whether it be a plaque or the inside of a ring! Unusual item? Just ask us about it....it probably can be engraved! Repair Service Guarantee - We offer an unconditional six month guarantee of satisfaction on all repair work done by The Gold Mine. This guarantee is limited to the actual areas of repair and is not valid if another jeweler has worked on or tampered with the item. Appraisals - Our store owner, "Bill Warren" is the only licensed jewelry appraiser and Registered Gemologist Appraiser (RGA) in the county in which the store operates. He does appraisals for many top insurance companies and can certainly help you evaluate your precious heirlooms for insurance purposes. All appraisals include a thorough description of the item and pictures as well. Bill's credentials as a "Registered Gemologist Appraiser (RGA)" are listed under the International School of Gemology's website at: http://www.jewelryadjuster.com/Directory/NorthCarolina.html. Do not let anyone do an appraisal for you who is not a licensed appraiser or gemologist...their appraisal is not worth the paper it is written on! Please call Bill at (828) 726-1009 for a FREE jewelry appraisal consultation.
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Salido Kecil Mini Hydro Powerplant (Indonesia)
The hydro power plant Salido Kecil was built at the beginning of the 20th century to supply electricity to the local gold mining industry. The plant was operated for this purpose until civil war broke out in West Sumatra in 50's after which it was temporarily abandoned and sustained damage to the penstock due to flooding of the forebay. After the conclusion of the civil war in West Sumatra in the early 60's the plant was acquired by PT. Anggrek Mekar Sari, a small local company owned by Mr. Munir Kimin. It was refurbished in 2007 with modern Hitzinger alternators and ELC. The scheme is operated for supplying a few households and an ice factory. Its location is in Painan district near Padang city, West Sumatra province of Indonesia. Design discharge QA = 0.83 m3/s Net head H = 98.65 m Electrical Power P = 660 kW ( 2 x 330 kW. Double runner Pelton turbines. The third turbine is not operated)
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Dutch rebel designer Marcel Wanders co-hosts a Euromaxx Special
As co-host of this special show, Dutch interior designer and product designer Marcel Wanders invites you to his studio in Amsterdam. The design rebel, who is been working in the industry for more than 20 years (2:50) explains, what are his sources of inspiration (9:31) and what he considers the hallmarks of good design (15:53). Other special editions of Euromaxx feature star photographer RANKIN, maestro André Rieu, fashion designer Lavinia Biagiotti, Michelin-starred chef Tim Raue and award-winning architect David Chipperfield. For more information on Euromaxx Edition see http://dw.com/lifestyle
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How to Succeed in Architecture: New Trends in Computing That Will Change the Architectural Profes...
For the most futuristic of our episodes to date, we'll be joined by the three Co Chairs of the 2014 ACADIA Conference: Jose' Sanchez, Dr. David Jason Gerber and Alvin Huang.  They will answer your questions about 4D printing, programmable materials, the self-organization of design intent, and other computational trends that will make the technology from the Minority Report look like a thing of the past. Welcome to the Postdigital Age of Architecture. Who is Presenting Jose Sanchez is an Architect / Programmer / Game Designer and is a tenure-track Assistant Professor at USC School of Architecture in Los Angeles, California.  His research ‘Gamescapes’ explores interactive interfaces in the form of video games, speculating on modes of intelligence augmentation, combinatorics and open systems as a design medium. His cross disciplinary research involves education, data-mining, simulation and design, positioning video games as a medium for collaboration and systems thinking. His practice, the Plethora Project, brings together research, design, education and writing, investing in the future of on-line open-source knowledge. The project sits at the forefront of architectural and design free online initiatives and has a large active community. His video tutorials, together with an open-source library of code, reach a vast global audience. http://www.plethora-project.com Alvin Huang, AIA, is the Founder and Design Principal of Synthesis Design + Architecture. He is an award-winning architect, designer, and educator specializing in the integrated application of material performance, emergent design technologies and digital fabrication in contemporary architectural practice. This exploration of “digital craft” is identified as the territory where the exchange between the technology of the digitally conceived and the artisanry of the handmade is explored. His wide ranging international experience includes significant projects of all scales ranging from hi-rise towers and mixed-use developments to bespoke furnishings. His work has been widely published and exhibited and has gained international recognition, including being selected to represent the UK at the Beijing Biennale in 2008. In 2009 he was awarded a D&AD Award for Environmental Design. Alvin is currently a Tenure-track Professor at the USC School of Architecture in Los Angeles. http://www.synthesis-dna.com Dr. David Jason Gerber is an Assistant Professor of Architecture at the University of Southern California. He has since been awarded a courtesy joint appointment as Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering in the Sonny Astani Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering in the Viterbi School of Engineering at USC. He concurrently consults and sits on a number of design technology start-up scientific advisory boards. From 2008 to 2010 Dr. Gerber was a Vice President at Gehry Technologies Inc., a leading inovator in Building Information Modeling consultancy and building industry technology company. Dr. Gerber has worked as an architect in the US, Europe and Asia, for the Steinberg Group, Moshe Safdie, Gehry Technologies, and as a project architect for Zaha Hadid Archtiects. He has held appointments at MIT's Media Lab as a research fellow, as well as numerous teaching and research fellowships at Harvard University Graduate School of Design and as Harvard University's Frederick Sheldon Fellow.  At USC Dr. Gerber conducts multidisciplinary research focused on the intersection of design with computation and technology. One recent research Design Optioneering is included in the 2012 TED Global Gallery and has been travelling to regional TED conferences. He works with engineering, computer science and social scientists to improve design process and technology through simulation and multidisciplinary design optimization and exploration of highly coupled emergent and parametrically defined design solution spaces. http://www.djgerber.com/
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Introduction to coal storage in a Eurosilo at the coal fired power plant in Lünen Germany
A short introduction to the Eurosilo advanced storage solutions in the densely populated area at the ultrasupercritical power plant at Lünen in Germany. The solution is a space saving design and the future proof solution for coal storage.
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2014 MPIF PM Design Excellence Awards--Intro and Awards of Distinction
The Metal Powder Industries Federation sponsors an annual Powder Metallurgy Design Excellence Awards competition in which parts fabricators among our member companies are invited to submit components that epitomize the possibilities inherent in this metal-forming technology. A distinguished panel of industry judges evaluates the entries according to a stringent set of criteria and awards Grand Prizes and Awards of Distinction to those parts deemed worthy. The awards are presented each year at a gala luncheon during the annual technical conference that includes a special video presentation for the winning parts. This is the Introduction and Awards of Distinction portion of the 2014 video, and there is a separate video for the Grand Prizes.
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Iron Road - Central Eyre Iron Project Mine Site Conceptual Visualisation
Conceptual Visualisation and Fly Through of the Central Eyre Iron Project mine site, on the Eyre Peninsula of South Australia. Iron Road is building Australia's next fully integrated iron supply business -- including open pit mining and ore processing facilities, along with rail and port operations to service Asia's growing demand for high quality iron ore. Iron Road's Central Eyre Iron Project (CEIP) has been declared a major development by the South Australian Government and has a mineral resource estimate of 3.7 billion tonnes of magnetite gneiss at 16% iron. A published Exploration Target of the project stands at a further 8-17 billion tonnes at a grade of 14-20% iron. The planned process design will produce concentrate grading 67% iron. Further to its 20 million tonnes per annum capability, the infrastructure will also initially provide for an additional 10 million tonnes per annum of third party capacity. The Cape Hardy deep water port site is scalable to in excess of 90 million tonnes per annum if required.
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The BIG IBS Hair Show & HairBrained Video Award Recap - Splitting Hairs Episode 24
Hey Everyone! We got back on track with Splitting Hairs this week, with all 5 of us in house talking about the hair show, TONS of questions and topics from social media, and of course, Drea's Trending Tresses. She came up with some cool ones, most notable to me, was Kim Kardashian's cut. Being a hairdresser myself, I'm pretty sure that they just cut off the ombré, but whatever. It's cute. And finally, I'm currently watching Barrett practice the hair for her tip of the week. Looks cool to me! So sit back, watch and enjoy what we've been up to! Wix Link: http://www.wix.com/stunningwebsites/400?utm_campaign=af_freesaloneducation.com&experiment_id=af_freesaloneducation.com Link to DJ Muldoon's Website: http://www.thefactoryhair.com/ BEST WAY TO FOLLOW US: 1. SUBSCRIBE 2. FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/freesaloneducation 3. TWITTER @saloneducation 4. LAST AND MOST IMPORTANT... OUR WEBSITE http://www.FreeSalonEducation.com Gratitude Education Partners include: Millennium Harms Software http://www.harms-software.com Mizutani Scissors http://www.mizutaniscissors.com freesaloneducation.com is a website truly dedicated to the growth and success of salon professionals everywhere. We provide all the help you need to be the best in the salon industry- exclusive free education videos posted constantly, live video podcasts for hairdressers, and a online store dedicated to only selling the best products available. Matt Beck, founder of Gratitude Salon Education is excited to invite all stylists and future stylists to Freesaloneducation.com! Now more than ever Matt and his team at Gratitude Salon Education are showcasing their passion for education and for the salon industry by offering an on-line learning network at no charge. "A teacher of mine handed down videos to me in beauty school. The knowledge I had gained for free was amazing! The many artists and teachings in those videos inspired me to further my career and become an educator" says Beck. Now, almost ten years later, Matt has launched GratitudeEducation.com and Freesaloneducation.com. Two sites dedicated to providing the highest quality step by step education on a weekly basis for anyone who wants to log in, be inspired, and learn! Stylists can expect education on cutting, coloring, styling, barbering, and business tips. You can also look forward to totally free educational videos sent by email and live web classes broadcast from in the salon. This truly is a great affordable (obviously) investment that stylists can use to study at their own pace and convenience.
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Places to see in ( Essen - Germany )
Places to see in ( Essen - Germany ) Essen is a city in western Germany. Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex has been transformed to house several museums. A heritage trail through the former colliery chronicles the city’s history of coal mining and steel production. In a former coal-washing plant, the Ruhr Museum is dedicated to regional history. Red Dot Design Museum showcases contemporary design through everyday objects in an old boiler house. It’s taken a few decades, but Germany’s seventh-largest city has mastered the transition from coal and steel powerhouse – spearheaded by the Krupp empire – to post-industrial city of commerce and culture. Visitors will be richly rewarded on their stopover. A visit with Van Gogh? Go to the Museum Folkwang. Emperor Otto III’s gem-studded childhood crown? Head for the cathedral treasury. A Unesco-listed Bauhaus-style former coal mine with a fabulous museum? Look no further than Zeche Zollverein. Add to that a verdant green belt and half-timbered medieval quarters and you may find it hard to believe you're in the Ruhrgebiet. In the Ruhr Valley, Essen is a name that used to be a byword for German industry and the Krupp family, now ThyssenKrupp. But if you show up expecting a post-Industrial cityscape you may be in for a shock. The tertiary sector has left Essen with modern towers and parks, while a UNESCO-status industrial facility has been lovingly cleaned up as a monument. There are high-profile concert halls in repurposed factories, and the Zollverein Mining Complex is both formidable and elegant for its Bauhaus architecture and titanic coal washery. You can get to know the Krupps a little better at their huge family villa, and take excursions to the authentic medieval villages in Essen’s suburbs. The Ruhr’s most celebrated industrial facility and a World Heritage Site, the Zollverein Complex is a vast coal mine and coking plant in operation from 1847 to 1993. Its heyday came in the post-war period when industry like this powered Germany’s Wirtschaftswunder (Economic Miracle). The Zollverein Complex has also been described as the most beautiful, for the clean Bauhaus architecture of Shaft 12, completed in 1932. The 100-hectare complex was sold to the city after it closed and quickly became a monument and a UNESCO site. Essen’s renowned art museum presents every European movement from the Romantics in the 19th century to Abstract Expressionism after the Second World War. The Bauhaus Coal Washery at the complex was turned into a museum for the whole Ruhr industrial area. The Red Dot Design Award is an international industrial design prize receiving tens of thousands of worldwide entrants every year. At the start of the 1870s Alfred Krupp, of the famous family of industrialists, ordered a 269-room villa in 20 hectares of land over the Ruhr. he must-see at Essen’s main church is the Golden Madonna of Essen. Sculpted in 980 and coated in gold leaf, this treasure is the world’s oldest sculpture of Mary, and the oldest free-standing medieval sculpture north of the Alps. The treasury chamber at the minster is open to the public and is famed for value and age of its liturgical objects. Less a typical city park than an assortment of green-themed attractions, Grugapark has to be one of your go-tos on warm days. When Essen’s sizeable Old Synagogue opened in the 1910s it catered to a Jewish community of more than 5,000. In Nazi times the interior was ransacked and burnt, but the exterior was unaffected and also survived the war. The concert hall in at the Stadtgarten was inaugurated at the turn of the 20th century and went through a renovation costing €72m at the start of the 2000s. Named after its architect, Avar Aalto, Essen’s opera house was opened in 1988, 30 years after Aalto’s plan won the design competition. In 115 hectares, Margarethenhöhe was founded by Maragarethe Krupp and grew in phases between 1906 and 1938. The development was inspired by the Utopian ideals of the late 19th century, in which factory workers were afforded more room to live and relax. Once a separate town, Kettwig was incorporated into Essen in 1975 and sits around 10 kilometres southwest of the city centre. ( Essen - Germany ) is well know as a tourist destination because of the variety of places you can enjoy while you are visiting Essen . Through a series of videos we will try to show you recommended places to visit in Essen - Germany Join us for more : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLP2J3yzHO9rZDyzie5Y5Og http://placestoseein87.blogspot.com.eg/ https://plus.google.com/108460845579164318812 https://www.facebook.com/placestoseein87/ https://twitter.com/Placestoseein1 https://www.tumblr.com/blog/placestoseein https://www.pinterest.com/placestoseein87/places-to-see-in/
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2017 Chairman's Awards Finalist Leisa Barnett, Ubora Furniture - Standing Out From The Crowd Award
Congratulations to Leisa Barnett from Ubora Furniture on becoming a finalist in the Standing Out From The Crowd category.The winner of this category has demonstrated great resilience and have constantly lead from the front in challenging times, risen to the challenge in the current market and been an innovator and/or a champion of change to ensure their organisation has continued to prosper and who the organisation has relied on to be the voice of reason, and has provided sound reasoning and drawn on their exceptional experience to navigate through the challenging market conditions. This award was proudly sponsored by Adani Mining.
Citizen Voices Matter - Sustainable Economic Alternatives to Open-Pit Mining
People in northern Wisconsin have worked to create a sustainable economy in the state's iconic Northwoods. But their livelihoods could be threatened by environmental damage caused by a proposed open-pit iron mine. This is the story of Hermit Creek, Landis and Steven Spickerman's organic, family farm, which is located near the proposed mine site. In 2013, public officials ignored the community's objections when they passed a law deregulating iron mining in the state, but you can help to make these voices be heard. At the center of the debate over the use or protection of our natural resources is a coveted, 21-mile iron ore deposit that lies in Wisconsin's Penokee Hills. The Gogebic Iron Range stretches between the community of Upson and Mineral Lake, and includes the headwaters of the Bad River, a beautiful, pristine and sacred river that supplies the ground and surface waters of a watershed that reaches across Ashland and Iron counties, the Bad River Tribe of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians' reservation and Lake Superior's largest wild rice beds in the Kakagon Sloughs. Lake Superior is the world's largest freshwater lake. The wooded hills and complex watershed not only supply the drinking water for private wells, but also are the basis for the agricultural, forestry and tourism industries. Those who are working for a sustainable economic future and to protect the Bad River watershed see an open-pit iron mine as something that may bring short-term jobs, but will cause long-term damage to the region. A mine is not a done deal, however. Please share this film and help others learn about this vision for a future economy that can sustain this and future generations. Learn more about the proposed iron mine in Wisconsin's Penokee Hills: http://midwestadvocates.org/issues-actions/actions/mining_in_the_penokees/ Visit Hermit Creek Farm on the web at hermitcreekfarm.com Please donate to Midwest Environmental Advocate's legal effort and support the work of our attorneys who are a part of the legal team for the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians who are using the power of the law to save the Penokee Hills. We provide technical and legal support that informs permit reviews and future litigation.
Mycosm mining simulation and visualization
This environment demonstrates some key capabilities of the Mycosm platform through an open pit mine simulation. Digital elevation data and aerial photography from a real mine site was used for the basis of the terrain. Various 3D models were textured and animated in 3ds Max and then imported into Mycosm for placement. Various light sources were added along with particle systems to create dust and water effects. Vehicle movement and animation is controlled by Python script. Data sources are via connection to a MS SQL Server. Visit http://xtviz.net for information about our new software XTviz
Views: 8545 Mycosm3D
Beyoncé - Blow (Video)
BEYONCÉ Platinum Edition. Available on iTunes: http://beyonce.lk/itunesplatinum Available on Amazon: http://beyonce.lk/platinumam Box Set includes : 2 New Tracks . 4 New Remixes . 10 Live performances. 2015 Mini Calendar . 2 Photo Books . 17 Music Videos Music video by Beyoncé performing Blow. (C) 2013 Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment
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"ll Capo” (The Chief): a striking look at marble quarrying in the Italian Alps
Italian artist and filmmaker Yuri Ancarani captures the otherworldly landscape of Carrara's marble quarries in the Apuan Alps, Northwest Italy, as Il Capo (The Chief) guides his men through the extraction process in this excerpt by Yuri Ancarani . Read the full feature on NOWNESS: http://bit.ly/1rUkkjY Watch more art & design videos here: http://bit.ly/art-videos ___ Subscribe to NOWNESS here: http://bit.ly/youtube-nowness Like NOWNESS on Facebook: http://bit.ly/facebook-nowness Follow NOWNESS on Twitter: http://bit.ly/twitter-nowness Daily exclusives for the culturally curious: http://bit.ly/nowness-com Behind the scenes on Instagram: http://bit.ly/instagram-nowness Curated stories on Tumblr: http://bit.ly/tumblr-nowness Inspiration on Pinterest: http://bit.ly/pinterest-nowness Staff Picks on Vimeo: http://bit.ly/vimeo-nowness Follow NOWNESS on Google+: http://bit.ly/google-nowness
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NMD interiors have carved a niche for itself in the interior designing industry. The beautiful and aesthetically modern design of the Zinarya Jewellery store at Amanora Town Centre Mall in Pune is a byword of our work. We have keenly handcrafted certain design elements of the store to make sure it attracts the maximum number of eyeballs. We understand the needs of our customers and design intricate solutions accordingly. Our most recent project under the name of ‘Zinarya Jewellery Store’ in Pune, Maharashtra has proved to be a grand design soaked in hues of prestige and class. Through our interior designing skills, we made sure that Zinarya emerges out as a brand that lights up by the glow of its rich products. Zinarya mainly deals in gold jewellery which is crafted out by using the CAD technology and 3D printing. Our elegantly designed store for the jewellery brand was meant to house sophistication, grandeur and uniqueness! Every product in the store gets its due amount of attention, thanks to the remarkable lighting and aesthetics of the store. We have uniquely designed a curated flagship store where every product stands out under the magnificent lighting scheme of the emporium. We have risen above the little shortcomings of interior designing that prevent equal distribution of resources to the whole area; NMD interiors makes sure that your store is lit up well in every nook and corner! Back at the Zinarya store, we subtly highlighted the products in a way to present them in the most beautiful and appealing manner, without making much of a show! Together with the contemporary design and luxurious black & gold theme of the store, we were able to create an aura that transforms the whole experience of shopping into an absolute delight. We believe in making the most out of symmetry. It soothes the atmosphere and adds finesse. Zinarya’s architecture was largely based on free flowing shapes of hexagons housing premium jewellery designs. In order to make the pieces adequately highlighted, we smartly blended dark colours and light backgrounds in a unit that makes a remarkable show to the beholder’s sight. The design of the store was kept customer centric, making customers feel at ease and effortlessly able to view a number of products at once. Inspired by the world-famous Manhattan building style, the emporium was elaborately designed to mix jewellery patterns from Indian to American in a fashion that makes them appear both chic and classy. Back at our workshop we design only those designs which are extremely rare to be found elsewhere, perfect in balance between beauty and elegance and blend patterns, shapes, textures and lighting to the greatest flair. At NMD interiors we strictly stick to the theme of our project and try to unleash the innate spirit of the venture we work upon. Akin to our uniquely designed store for Zinarya, all our other projects reflect genuinity and panache. We understand the effect of perception over judgement; the reason why we put so much of our energy and efforts into our designs making them stunning and élan.
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IMPRESSIVE Turkish Military OFF ROAD Arma Armored Military Vehicle
The Turkish military unveiled their latest off road armored military vehicle. Arma is 6x6 and 8x8 amphibious wheeled armoured combat vehicle[1][2] family designed and developed by Otokar. The vehicle is a modular multi-wheel configurable with high level of ballistic and mine protection due to its high hardness monocoque steel hull.[3] Type Armoured combat vehicle Place of origin Turkey Production history Designer Otokar Manufacturer Otokar Variants Armored personnel carrier, Infantry fighting vehicle Specifications Weight 18,500 kg Length 6.4 m Width 2.7 m Height 2.2 m Crew 2+8 Armor 12.5 mm Main armament One 12.7 mm or 7.62 mm machine gun Engine Water-cooled turbo diesel 450 hp Power/weight 24.3 hp/tonne Suspension Hydropneumatic Operational range 700 km Speed 105 km/h Development[edit] Otokar developed the vehicle to target the Turkish Land Forces’ Special Purpose Tactical Wheeled Armoured Vehicle (Özel Maksatlı Taktik Tekerlekli Zırhlı Araç, ÖMTTZA) project. It is competing against two other vehicles in the shape of FNSS Defence Systems’ Pars and HEMA Endustri’s Anafarta, a variant of Patria’s 6×6 Armoured Modular Vehicle (AMV). Turkish Land Forces are expected to make a selection for its OMTTZA requirement by mid-2010 and subsequently procure 336 vehicles in a variety of versions: 30 for NBC reconnaissance, 36 radar carriers, 108 sensor carriers, 39 command vehicles and 108 fire-support vehicles, which could be armed with a manually operated 20 mm cannon. Mobility tests with prototypes to date have included around 10,000 km of running over varied terrain.[4] Otokar presented the first time to the public the Arma wheeled armoured vehicle at Eurosatory 2010. The ARMA is the latest product of Otokar’s design and development studies and a proof of Otokar’s ability to leverage its engineering, manufacturing and expertise across a large portfolio of armoured tactical vehicles. ARMA is a new product family within the Otokar’s the tactical wheeled armoured vehicle range with modular multi-wheel configuration. ARMA vehicle platform with superior tactical and technical features will be an outstanding and cost effective product among competitive products. Thanks to the high level of ballistic and mine protection as well as, the outstanding design allowing the integration of various types of weapon stations and mission equipment, ARMA will be an adaptable platform for evolving mission needs in a modern battlefield. ARMA vehicle’s development started in 2007 as a company funded development project for home and export markets. [4] Development studies from concept design till the end of test phases including qualification and validation processes, detailed design, computer aided engineering studies, are performed by Otokar. ARMA 6x6 is ready for full scale production and the family will be complemented by an 8x8 version late in 2010. In 2010, Turkish leading land systems manufacturer, Otokar received the first contract for its new 6x6 tactical armoured vehicle ARMA from abroad. The contract is valued in excess of $10.6 million including the vehicles, spare parts and training. Deliveries under this contract award are expected to be completed in 15 months. In June 2011, Otokar has been awarded a $63.2 million second contract for its new 6x6 tactical armoured vehicle ARMA.[4] Foreign interest[edit] At IDEF-2013, the Azerbaijan Army expressed interest in the Arma 8x8 vehicle.[5] Design[edit] Armament[edit] The first prototype of the Arma is equipped with a circle ring support, armed with a single 12.7 mm heavy machine gun. A tank destroyer variant sporting a 105mm cannon has also been exhibited.[6] The Arma could probably be equipped a large range of manned and remote weapons stations. Protection[edit] No details have been released on its ballistic protection, but since it is required to be amphibious, armouring is not expected to exceed STANAG 4569 Level II, but its relatively high 425 mm ground clearance should help achieve mine protection to Level IIIB or higher. ARMA’s ballistic and anti-mine protection is provided by high hardness monocoque steel hull and all personnel is seated on anti- mine seats.[4] Propulsion[edit] The Arma 6x6 is motorised with a 450 hp water-cooled turbo diesel capable of running on F-34 or F-54 fuel drives the wheels through an automatic gearbox and single-speed transfer box, giving it a top speed of 105 km/h and a power/weight ratio of 24.3 hp/tonne. This also powers the onboard 24 V DC electrical system, which incorporates two maintenance-free 125 Ah batteries and a 3.3 kW converter. Arma’s front two axles are steerable enabling it to make a turning radius of 7.85 m and the vehicle rides on independent hydropneumatic suspension, offering respectable off-road mobility and comfort. It can negotiate 45-degree approach and departure angles leading onto 60 per cent inclines and 30 per cent side-slopes.
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Building a Country Home: Life of Leisure circa 1960 Douglas Fir Plywood Association
more at http://hardware.quickfound.net/ Construction of second homes in the country, using plenty of Douglas Fir plywood. Public domain film from the Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plywood Plywood is a sheet material manufactured from thin layers or "plies" of wood veneer that are glued together with adjacent layers having their wood grain rotated up to 90 degrees to one another. It is an engineered wood from the family of manufactured boards which includes medium-density fibreboard (MDF) and particle board (chipboard). All plywoods bind resin and wood fiber sheets (cellulose cells are long, strong and narrow) to form a composite material. This alternation of the grain is called cross-graining and has several important benefits: it reduces the tendency of wood to split when nailed at the edges; it reduces expansion and shrinkage, providing improved dimensional stability; and it makes the strength of the panel consistent across all directions. There are usually an odd number of plies, so that the sheet is balanced—this reduces warping. Because plywood is bonded with grains running against one another and with an odd number of composite parts, it is very hard to bend it perpendicular to the grain direction of the surface ply. Smaller thinner plywoods and lower quality plywoods... may only have their plies (layers) arranged at right angles to each other, though many better quality plywood products will by design have five plies in steps of 45 degrees (0, 45, 90, 135, and 180 degrees), giving strength in multiple axis. The highest quality specialty plywoods often have plies at 30 degrees (0, 30, 60, 90, 120, 150, and 180 degrees) in seven layers, or have nine layers with two layers of 45 and 135 degrees in the sandwich. The smaller the step rotations the harder it is to manufacture, increasing manufacturing costs and consequently retail price. History In 1797 Samuel Bentham applied for patents covering several machines to produce veneers. In his patent applications, he described the concept of laminating several layers of veneer with glue to form a thicker piece – the first description of what we now call plywood. Samuel Bentham was a British naval engineer with many shipbuilding inventions to his credit. Veneers at the time of Bentham were flat sawn, rift sawn or quarter sawn; i.e. cut along or across the log manually in different angles to the grain and thus limited in width and length. About fifty years later Immanuel Nobel, father of Alfred Nobel, realized that several thinner layers of wood bonded together would be stronger than one single thick layer of wood... ...in its 1870 edition, the French dictionary Robert describes the process of rotary lathe veneer manufacturing in its entry Déroulage. One can thus presume that rotary lathe plywood manufacture was an established process in France in the 1860s. Plywood was introduced into the United States in 1865 and industrial production started shortly after. In 1928, the first standard-sized 4 ft by 8 ft (1.2 m by 2.4 m) plywood sheets were introduced in the United States for use as a general building material... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas_fir Douglas fir, with the scientific name Pseudotsuga menziesii, also known as Oregon pine or Douglas spruce, is an evergreen conifer species native to western North America... Douglas fir is one of the world's best timber producers and yields more timber than any other tree in North America. The wood is used for dimensional lumber, timbers, pilings, and plywood. Creosote treated pilings and decking are used in marine structures. The wood is also made into railroad ties, mine timbers, house logs, posts and poles, fencing, flooring, pulp, and furniture. Douglas fir is used extensively in landscaping. It is planted as a specimen tree or in mass screenings. It is also a popular Christmas tree. This plant has ornamental value in large parks and gardens, and has gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit. Away from its native area, it is also extensively used in forestry as a plantation tree for timber in Europe, New Zealand, Chile and elsewhere. It is also naturalised throughout Europe, Argentina and Chile (called Pino Oregón), and in New Zealand sometimes to the extent of becoming an invasive species (termed a wilding conifer) subject to control measures. The buds have been used to flavor eau de vie, a clear, colorless fruit brandy. Native Hawaiians built waʻ kaulua (double-hulled canoes) from coast Douglas fir logs that had drifted ashore...
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Join Richard Landry At The BOLD Summit Interior Design Business Event
Richard Landry founded Landry Design Group in 1987, an award-winning architectural firm that has created some of the world's finest private residences. With current clients in 17 countries, the firm is internationally renowned for its versatility and its service-oriented philosophy. Producing residences ranging from cozy rural villas and classical estates to cutting-edge contemporary structures, the firm continues to raise the standards of high-end residential architecture throughout the world. In recognition for his achievements in the field of architecture, Richard has been on the AD100 list since 2000 and on “Robb Report ‘s Recommended” List of best architects since 2007. Selected as a Leader of Luxury for Robb Report’s 25th Masters of Modern Luxury issue, Robb Report has also chosen Landry estates for its annual Ultimate Home issue for the last four consecutive years. http://www.bold-summit.com/joinus "Produced by www.MeByDesign.net for BOLD"
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SEaB Energy Ltd - Small anaerobic digester
SEaB Energy has developed two small-scale turnkey Anaerobic Digestion (AD) systems that are housed in shipping containers (known as the Muckbuster and the Flexibuster). The systems are modular and are scalable to between 200 and 1000 tonnes of waste per year. They may be used to treat a range of organic wastes including food waste. The technologies are marketed at businesses including farmers, food processors, retailers, or the catering and accommodation markets as well as buildings, community centers, mining industry, military sites and a lot more. We are a worldwide entreprise, if you need more information, please contact us at: [email protected]
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Penny Wolff talks Importance of Branding
WOLFF WEEKLY VLOGG 005 | Penny Wolff talks Importance of Branding Hi everybody, I’m Penny Wolff and I am the Creative Director across our multiple brands here at Wolff Coffee Roasters. Within our business we have three very distinct retail brands, which is really exciting. We have Dandelion & Driftwood, Queen of Pops and Big Bad Wolff Espresso Bar. A lot of people always ask me the question about branding: how did you come up with it? How did it evolve? How did you know what to do? All those important questions. What always comes back to me is branding sells. Across our three brands we have very distinct looks, feels and customer service styles within those brands. The first one is Dandelion & Driftwood. This was created over six years ago. The key to Dandelion & Driftwood was a very clear mission - we wanted to create an environment which had an emphasis on old school service with modern technology, with lots of great equipment; sharing coffee and tea across many different single origins and blends. The name Dandelion & Driftwood came about because a very dear friend of mine had an oil painting which had a dandelion on it. She always used to describe me as being the dandelion that was ready to float and be released. That was really special and important to us. But we felt it was a little bit too feminine, so we brought on board something a bit more masculine, which was the driftwood. So we started with the dandelion, introduced the driftwood - which is really important because it’s really about the journey of the piece of driftwood; it rolls up on the beach and it has a story. And this for us, within coffee, represents what coffee is about because coffee has a journey before it arrives to us. Hence, Dandelion & Driftwood, and the story was born. If you walk through the doors of Dandelion & Driftwood you have a very distinct feeling of all sorts of old worldly things, delicate details, there’s always beautiful fresh flowers on the table. We have a service style which is really about finding out what the customer wants. So we’re about ‘what is is that you’d like in a coffee? What is it that you’d like in a tea?’ We then try and match to those flavours of what you’re actually after. That experience is very different if you enter Queen of Pops. Queen of Pops came about because what we were really interested in doing was showcasing coffee in another element, in another way. So what we found during winter is your coffee sales are awesome - lots of people want hot beverages. That’s fabulous. Then come summer, lots of people are craving that caffeine hit, but they’re not always after something that’s hot. So we thought, let’s take Cold Brew a step further, let’s take Nitro a step further, let’s try and create something that’s actually a cold option that people can enjoy during the summer months, that’s actually frozen. So we started our research for Queen of Pops. We really wanted to showcase single origin and blended specialty coffees in a frozen form. Queen of Pops is definitely that modern, innovative brand. So when you walk into Queen of Pops you get that feeling of “wow”. It’s a little bit edgy, it’s a little bit different. It’s got some quirky design elements going on in terms of the copper. The black and white is very clear. Then obviously enjoying your beverage or your pop in a different environment to Dandelion & Driftwood. The third one which we’re now talking about, which is really exciting and I’m standing right in the midst of it at the moment is our Big Bad Wolff Espresso Bar. What’s really lovely about this retail brand, is it’s all about showcasing coffee with character. It’s a very different design look. Dandelion & Driftwood, as I mentioned, is about more traditional, more tea and coffee house feel. Queen of Pops is more of that modern, innovative touch. Here at Big Bad Wolff it’s got that industrial grunt to it. Everything that you see in Big Bad Wolff has that feeling of a bit stronger and chunkier. We’ve got the lovely wire elements intertwined with a little bit of marble, which is a little bit more finessed. So it’s a very different design look to the brand here at Big Bad Wolff. What’s really important is showcasing the coffee, which is all about coffee with character. Behind me this lovely mural you can see, which we’ve commissioned a lovely artist to do for us is all about delivering a platform that delivers coffee with character. In summary, what’s really important is branding sells. Having a distinctive brand, that you can follow through on, and having very clear intentions with that brand, is very important in this day and age. In specialty coffee there’s lots of people doing lots of similar things. By having a strong brand behind you, it allows people to follow something that they truly believe in. So to tie it all in, know who your market is, know who your consumer is, have a strong brand, believe in that brand and really live to represent those brands
Australian Engineering Excellence Award: Recognising innovative and life changing ideas
Enter the 2018 Australian Engineering Excellence Awards: http://aeea.engineersaustralia.org.au/
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HP Wins the Guardian Sustainable Business Award in Collaboration
On Wednesday, May 14, The Guardian awarded HP with a Sustainable Business Award for our work to reduce electronic waste (e-waste), protect health and the environment, and create jobs in Kenya for those most in need. We're achieving this goal by building a unique, scalable and replicable model for sustainable recycling in the developing world. The Guardian gave us our award in the category of Collaboration, which recognizes "a project or initiative that breaks down traditional barriers." We see the award as another acknowledgement of our always-evolving sustainability strategy, which dates back to 1957, when our founders, Bill and Dave, developed the first list of HP corporate objectives—which included Global Citizenship. Since then, being a good corporate citizen has been integral to HP's innovation and performance, and today is brought to life through HP Living Progress, the company's vision of creating a better future for everyone through its actions and innovations. Addressing the e-waste problem in Kenya—and beyond As Africa's economy continues to grow rapidly, so does its demand for electronics like domestic appliances, computer hardware and mobile phones. When these devices are discarded, they become e-waste. When managed responsibly, e-waste is a resource that can create jobs and contribute to the economy. But when the materials are collected or recycled incorrectly, it can be hazardous not only to the health of the individuals handling the e-waste, but also to the environment. To date, HP has recycled more than 2.5 billion pounds of electronic products and supplies—this is equivalent to the weight of 45 Statue of Liberty monuments. And in 2010, we initiated an equipment recycling program to address the e-waste problem in Africa, which has led to our award-winning recycling project in Kenya. "The plan is to open new collection points throughout the country. We are appealing to all Kenyans to come and support the initiative. Kenya is going to be a green country." -- Charles Kuria, managing director, HP Kenya Building a sustainable model To develop our equipment recycling program in Kenya, we collaborated across industries—and with local organizations and individuals—to implement: East Africa's first large-scale recycling facility— the East African Compliant Recycling center (EACR) —for the environmentally responsible separation and dismantling of e-waste; and Kenya's first-ever registered collection network for e-waste with 40 planned collection points. Each collection point is housed in a shipping container and works with a network of individuals who are trained to safely collect e-waste and bring it to the collection points. These entrepreneurial micro-businesses and individual collectors receive payments at global market rates. "This is the first model of its kind, not just in Africa but anywhere in the world. This model is about connecting the collector to the global markets for the materials, and providing them with a fair and transparent price, to ensure they get the maximum value for the waste." -- Robert Truscott, chief executive, EACR Unconventional collaboration Our size allows us to look beyond traditional partnerships to collaborate across the private, public and academic sectors—and between individuals and multinational corporations—to achieve significant cost advantages and operational efficiency. To develop our e-waste program in Kenya, for example, we worked with several partners, including: UK-based Reclaimed Appliances to launch the EACR; DEG, a German investment organization, for funding and project management in developing countries; Kenyan government authorities to develop the necessary regulatory environment; and The University of Northampton, to deliver recycling training and awareness. We teamed with EACR to develop an IT management solution to support the recycling model and to ensure that the new system meets globally recognized health and environmental standards. We also provided funding, IT equipment and expertise to design the IT system integrating mobile devices and cloud-based systems. Creating value This initiative is a powerful example of HP Living Progress and supports our commitment to Making It Matter all across the globe. Positive impacts of this work include: Establishing collection networks reduces hazardous dump sites. Materials recovered at treatment centers are returned to the supply stream, lessening the need for mining. Eliminating unsafe recycling practices reduces toxic pollutants, creating a healthier environment for workers and local residents. Creating a collection network increases opportunities for microbusinesses, helping provide people with essential incomes and health insurance. More than 1,000 jobs are expected to be created.
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Impact Bars, conveyor impact bars, mining impact beds, impact pad
Impact bar is used in the loading area of the belt conveyor to replace the traditional cushion rollers. Its designed to absorb impact loading which will dramatically reduce shock and stress loading to the structure. Features: 1. Avoids the damage to the belt through the contact between the bar and surface of belt. 2. The conveyor belt is stressed evenly in the loading area, which will reduce the daily maintenance cost. 3. Effectively eliminate the spillage or scattering of the material caused by unequality of the stress on the belt. 4. The UHMW polyethylene surface has outstanding sliding properties. 5. Arc surface of polyethylene enables the conveyor belt to running smoothly. 6. Ultra elastic rubber absorb the impact in the maximum. 7. Each part of the impact bar is closely jointed by hot vulcanization. T-track fastening device has different tightening points along the bar and make the joining strong and reliable, easy to install and remove. Note: 1. Standard accessories including bolt and nylon inserted hexagon nut are offered. 2. Other types can be made according to customers demand. Prime Manufacturing is a quality supplier of Bulk Materials Handling Products, Bucket Elevator and Conveyor Components, Screw Flights, Engineering Plastics for CNC machining, off cut and cut to size services at competitive prices. Prime Manufacturing houses a wide range of stocks in its Melbourne facility and has easy access to products from its international manufacturing plants, which means that the right product is never far away. Prime Manufacturing employs staff that offer over 40 years of combined industry experience in the Bulk Materials Handling & Engineering Plastics fields. This experience enables us to provide you the right products and solutions at the most competitive price. We manufacture, import, and fabricate: - Bucket Elevator Components - Elevator bucket, elevator belt, elevator bolts and belt fasteners - Belt Conveyor Components - Impact Bars, conveyor belts, Conveyor rollers / Idlers - Screw Flights - continuous or Sectional Augers Flighting - Drag Conveyor Components - Forged Chains, Roller Conveyor Chains, flight attachment. - Parts for Sieves & Screens -- Sieves cleaners, Pan Cleaners, Rubber cleaning balls - Engineering plastic Products - UHMWPE/ HDPE/ Nylon/ PTFE (Teflon) /POM (Acetal) / PU in Sheets, Tubes and Rods. Available in CNC Machining & off cut and cut to size services. Call STEVEN on 1300 332 242, to get the following advantages - Competitive prices! - Strong manufacturing base with more than 40 years industry experience! - Local stock availability ensuring timely delivery! - Customised products and machining to suit your special requirements! Prime Manufacturing's complete range of bulk materials handling components in bucket elevator components, Belt Conveyor components, engineering plastic products, drag conveyor components, parts for sieves & screens, Screw flights. Includes - elevator buckets, agricultural elevator bucket, industrial elevator bucket, grains elevator buckets, hdpe elevator bucket, nylon elevator bucket, pu elevator buckets, stainless steel elevator buckets, seamless press steel elevator bucket, elevator bolts, bucket elevator bolting, belt fasteners, clamp fastener,elevator belts, bucket elevator belting,, conveyor impact beds, Impact Bars, conveyor idlers, conveyor rollers, Roller conveyor, drag conveyor, forged chains, flight attachment, conveyor chains, chain sprockets, conveyor Belt, conveyor belting, screw flight, continuous screw flights, sectional screw flight, grain augers, spiral, helicoids flighting, helicoid flight, sieve cleaners, pan cleaners, rubber cleaning balls, engineering plastics, uhmwpe Sheet, uhmwpe rod, hdpe sheet, hdpe rod, hdpe tube, pfte sheet, ptfe rod, ptfe tube, teflon sheet, teflon rod, telfon tube, nylon sheet, nylon rod, pom sheet, pom rod, acetal sheet, acetal rod and etc. Visit - http://www.prime-mfg.com.au/ for more info, feel free to contact me directly by 0407260114 or email - [email protected] PRIME Your Great Partner in Bulk Materials Handling Products!
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Professor Jeffrey Huang - Architecture and Sustainable Design
Hear what Prof Huang has to say about the Architecture and Sustainable Design pillar and the education in SUTD.
Horacio Nieto: Chicago Fashion Designer - WGN Cover Story
Designers from New York and Los Angeles traditionally have had the greatest success in the U.S. fashion industry. But, as WGN's Allison Payne reports, Chicago-based designer Horacio Nieto won the prestigious AOL Latino Fashionista award, and is turning heads in the fashion industry.
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Uranium Film Festival Rio de Janeiro 2012 Modern Art Museum
Photo show of the 2nd International Uranium Film Festival of Rio de Janeiro. More than 60 documentaries and movies about nuclear energy, atomic bombs, uranium mining and radioactive pollution were screened in the cinema of the Modern Art Museum (MAM). "Nuclear" Filmmakers from Germany, Japan, USA, Argentine, Brazil, Ucraine and Italy had been present. The 2nd International Uranium Film Festival of Rio de Janeiro 2012 awarded its Yellow Oscars to films from USA, Sweden and Germany. Bill Keisling´s "Not for Public Release: a Nuclear Incident in Lock Haven", USA, received the Best Feature Award, and Swedish Filmmaker Marko Kattilakoski received the Short film Award for his movie Coffee Break (Fikapaus). "Leonids Story" by German film director Rainer Ludwigs and Ukrainian producer Tetyana Chernyavska got the Yellow Oscar in the animated film category. In January and February 2013 the Uranium Film Festival is guest in India. Screenings start in New Delhi. In May 2013 (2-12) there will be the third International Uranium Film Festival in Rio de Janeiro´s Museum of Modern Art (MAM). Filmmakers should send their productions until January 31. See the Film Entry at our Website. www.uraniumfilmfestival.org
COLETTE Sells Vintage Condo in Uptown Oakland!
COLETTE WASHINGTON Sells Real Estate in Oakland and the Greater San Francisco Bay Area with Keller Williams. Licensed since 2006, she's lived and worked in and around Oakland and Real Estate for more than 20 years, providing her a wealth of local, historical, and regional knowledge. More below... --------------------------------------------- ABOUT THE #VINTAGE #CONDO IN #UPTOWN #OAKLAND --------------------------------------------- Come home to this UPTOWN vintage-modern 1 bed, 1 bath condo after a day at work or a fun night on the Town with friends! Take BART to San Francisco, hop on the freeway, or head to one of many nearby restaurants, coffee shops, or neighborhood pubs! Catch a LIVE show at the historic Fox or Paramount theaters after watching a sunset over Lake Merritt, or stay home and grill on your repurposed brick patio in the heart Uptown Oakland. Enjoy granite counters, bamboo floors, and in-unit laundry, with a new foundation, updated roof, plumbing and all new lighting. LOW HOA FEES of just $103/mo and free street parking on 18th. Become part of the "18th St. Vintage Condos" on this tree-lined block of gorgeous Victorians. * NAVIGATE TO THE ORIGINAL HOUSE ADDRESS @ (609 18th ST) (NOT EAST 18TH per some maps). COME DOWN 18th STREET (ONE-WAY) FROM MLK BLVD and it’s @ the CORNER of 18th & JEFFERSON on the right. • $103 HOA fee • Fully remodeled • WalkScore of 98 • Commuters dream • Gorgeous Victorian Details http://www.607-18thstreet.com/ --------------------------------------------- ABOUT COLETTE WASHINGTON --------------------------------------------- I'm a tech-savvy, multimedia marketing expert, with an award-winning background in communications, social media advertising, audio/video/web production, and design. I have two kids, a #GoldRecord, and a gold standard for quality in everything I do. My multichannel approach to Real Estate is designed to outshine the competition and position my clients first in today's high-tech, competitive market. I work diligently to match qualified buyers and cash investors with motivated sellers and create win-win transactions. I'm a proud homeowner and Real Estate investor providing quality affordable housing to families. Licensed since 2006, I've lived and worked in and around Oakland and Real Estate for more than 20 years, providing me a wealth of local, historical, and regional knowledge. When it comes to selling your home for top dollar, market knowledge, strategic pricing, upgrades, staging, professional photography, and marketing expertise can be the difference between your home attracting multiple offers and selling quickly at the highest possible price, or sitting on the market. Yet some agents do little more than the 3Ps: POST a PIC and PRAY it sells! The #1 question I get most from sellers is, “How do I get top-dollar for my home, and how much will it cost me to get it?” When you hire me to sell your home, I'll do everything I can to get you the highest price in the shortest amount of time based on your budget, your goals, your timelines, and your ability to make repairs and upgrades, or sell "as is." My mission is to provide exceptional service, earning me 5-star reviews, endless referrals, and lifelong relationships with every client, because I understand that “your success” is paramount to mine! So let's get started with a conversation about your Real Estate goals and dreams. My consultation is FREE with no obligation! ☎️ (510) 326.1119 🏡 CalBRE#01704863 🌍 www.ColetteSellsBayArea.com Thanks and best, COLETTE WASHINGTON Keller Williams Realty MC CalBRE#02029039
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Escape to the Country - Peak District
Escape to the Country - Peak District ... The Peak District is an upland area in England at the southern end of the Pennines. It is mostly in northern Derbyshire, but also includes parts of Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Staffordshire, West Yorkshire and South Yorkshire. An area of great diversity, it is split into the Dark Peak, where most of the moorland is found and the geology is gritstone, and the limestone area of the White Peak. The Peak District National Park became the first national park in the United Kingdom in 1951. With its proximity to the cities of Manchester, Stoke-on-Trent, Derby and Sheffield, and access by road and rail, it attracts millions of visitors every year. Inhabited from the Mesolithic era, evidence exits from the Neolithic, Bronze and Iron Ages. Settled by the Romans and Anglo-Saxons, the area remained largely agricultural and mining grew in importance in the medieval era. Richard Arkwright built his cotton mills at the start of the Industrial Revolution. Quarrying became important as mining declined. Tourism grew after the advent of the railways, visitors attracted by the landscape, spa towns at Buxton and Matlock Bath, Castleton's show caves, and Bakewell, the national park's only town. Tourism remains important for its towns and villages and their varied attractions, country houses and heritage sites. Outside the towns, walking on the extensive network of public footpaths, cycle trails, rock climbing and caving are popular pursuits. * Escape to the Country Peak District Escape to the Country is a British daytime television reality property-buying/real estate programme, created by Talkback Thames, which premieres on network BBC One, produced by John Comerford and is repeated on BBC Two. It also airs internationally in broadcast syndication. The program helps potential buyers find their dream home in the rural UK by showcasing three properties (including a mystery property) for inspection, then asking that week's guests to guess the market price. Episodes also feature information regarding the suburb presented, for example local industry and history. It first aired in October 2002. Channel: Escape UK Series Uploaded time: 22 September 2018 at 13:45Duration:44:01 leicestershire, Escape to the Country - Leicestershire, escape to the country ireland, escape to the country series 18, escape to the country, english midlands, Leicester, england, united kingdom, domesday book, best tv series, escape to the country 2018, real estate united kingdom, real estate england, 2018, 2017, escape to the country scotland, escape to the country 2017, escape to the country 2018 new, escape to the country 2018 august, alistair appelton, nicki chapman, jules hudson escape to the country * escape to the country * i escaped to the country * house hunters international #escapetothecountry #iescapedtothecountry #househuntersinternational
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The future of computing: a conversation with John Hennessy (Google I/O '18)
In this Keynote Session, John Hennessy, pioneering computer scientist, distinguished engineer, and joint winner of the Turing Award for his work developing modern day computer chip architecture, shares his thoughts on the future of computing in an era of artificial intelligence. Rate this session by signing-in on the I/O website here → https://goo.gl/Qr5h4t See all the sessions from Google I/O '18 → https://goo.gl/q1Tr8x Watch more Android sessions from I/O '18 → https://goo.gl/R9L42F Watch more Chrome sessions from I/O '18 → https://goo.gl/5fgXhX Watch more Firebase sessions from I/O '18 → https://goo.gl/TQEeBQ Watch more Google Cloud Platform from I/O '18 → https://goo.gl/qw2mR1 Watch more TensorFlow sessions from I/O '18 → https://goo.gl/GaAnBR Subscribe to the Google Developers channel → http://goo.gl/mQyv5L #io18
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Cost and resources trends for the mining industry - Tracking the trends 2012
Jürgen Beier, Consulting Partner at Deloitte Canada discusses cost and resources trends for the mining industry in 2012. Tracking the Trends 2012 is Deloitte's report on the top 10 trends in the mining industry for 2012. For more information and to download the report, visit: http://ow.ly/9nXA1 Also, be sure to engage with Deloitte Canada on: http://bit.ly/TwitterDeloitte http://on.fb.me/FacebookDeloitte http://linkd.in/LinkedInDeloitte
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MAD Museum - New York City Museums - on Voyage.tv
Visit http://voyage.tv/ for the best HD travel videos in the world. Situated at the southwest corner of Columbus Circle, the Museum of Arts and Design is a polarizing structure. Before you enter, be sure to take a good look at the building, a work of functional art in itself. More than 20,000 custom ceramic tiles finished in a white iridescent glaze make up the facade creating an ever-changing reflection based on natural light. A formerly windowless building that was renovated in 2008 to house the museum, the structure now features bands of glass that weave across the front of the building. Enter the light-filled space and find a collection focused on form and function. This is art, just not of the traditional variety. Jewelry, glassware, textiles, furniture and decorative objects all hold esteem here. But before dismissing these pieces as glorified flea market finds, its important to know, the art here is not quite everyday. Artists earn their place in this New York museum only if their work is unique, groundbreaking and/or exceptional as deemed by the established and respected curators. You may not know most of the names found here, but you will definitely be intrigued by their creations. The museum also offers a ton of interactive and alternative programming, including film screenings, family workshops and free lectures by guest speakers, like former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright. After you toil through the exhibition floors, head up to the ninth story where the restaurant welcomes you with not only food, but also glorious views of Central Park.
Views: 3012 VoyageChannel
Minecraft Xbox - How to Build a Rustic Mine - Survival S1E35
Today, we Dig-out and make a Realistic-looking Mine for our own good use :D
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Calvin Klein
Calvin Klein is an award-winning fashion icon. He is recognized globally as a master of minimalism and has spent his career distilling things to their very essence. His name ranks among the best-known brands in the world, with Calvin Klein, Inc. reaching over seven billion dollars in global retail sales. Klein studied at the School of Art & Design and Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. After a short time working as a designer, in 1968, he launched Calvin Klein, Inc. with childhood friend, Barry Schwartz. Whether in fashion, fragrance, beauty or his collections for the home, his work has been subtle, sophisticated and possesses a clarity that redefined modern living, and an American point of view. For him, the challenge is to create new things that fit a modern way of life. “It's about making people look and feel good about themselves and their homes,” he says. The scope of Calvin Klein’s influence makes him unique among the world’s top designers. On the cutting edge of fashion with his Calvin Klein Collections for women, men, and the home, he reinvented many basic icons of modern dress. He pioneered designer jeans and redefined the idea of underwear and fragrance, making designer quality apparel affordable for virtually anyone; as well as revolutionizing the designer denim and underwear businesses with his overtly sexy advertising campaigns. His advertising campaigns redefined the way products were marketed to consumers with Klein purchasing multiple ad pages in magazines. One of the most famous was his 1991 Calvin Klein Jeans supplement for Vanity Fair magazine, which totaled over 100 pages. Time Magazine, in 1996, named Calvin Klein as one of the most influential Americans. In 1973, Klein won the prestigious Coty American Fashion Critic’s Award, the fashion industry’s Oscar, and was the first designer to consecutively win again in 1974 and 1975. He was the youngest designer ever be elected into the Coty Hall of Fame in 1975. Klein also received seven awards for outstanding design from the Council of Fashion Designers of America, including a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2001. Strikingly tall panes of glass rise from the sidewalk to the third floor at John Pawson’s celebrated Calvin Klein flagship store (1993–1995), fitted into a former bank in uptown Manhattan; interiors for CK stores were designed by Deborah Berke; and in two decades Calvin Klein Home has been a source of inspiration for interior and textile design. Calvin Klein, Inc. was sold to Philips Van Heusen Corporation in 2003, and Klein remained a creative consultant with the company until 2006. Klein has one daughter, Marci Klein, a television producer. He resides in New York City. Supported by the Rouse Visiting Artist Fund.
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Modern Legend   The FERI MOSH Story  Award winning documentary
Discover why FERI MOSH is the benchmark in Exclusive Designer Jewelry!
Diamonds: From The Mine To The Store
A snippet from an interview with Andy Anand or Karats Jewelry on how a diamond makes it form the mines of the world to his store. http://www.Karats.us
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Uptown Row | 540 W. Mariposa Phoenix, AZ | N. Central Phoenix
From Boxwell Southwest and the national-award winning design firm, The Ranch Mine, comes the newest Caniglia Group project, Uptown Row. Ten modern, southwest-inspired townhomes located in the heart of North Central Phoenix just east of 7th Avenue and Camelback Road in the highly sought-after Historic Pierson Place Neighborhood. Each of the ten modern, southwest-inspired townhomes at 540 W. Mariposa Phoenix, AZ come with 2 or 3 bedroom floor plans, 2.5 bathrooms, and range from 1,651-2,057 sq. ft. Residents will love the warm, modern finishes, quartz countertops, concrete and wood floors, stainless steel appliances, 10' ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass sliders and ample natural daylight that floods into the open floor plan. Each townhome boasts a spacious two-car garage, separate den, private courtyard and rooftop terrace with views of Camelback Mountain and the downtown Phoenix skyline -- making it the perfect space for indoor-outdoor living and entertaining. Uptown Row at 540 W. Mariposa Phoenix, AZ, offers residents the perfect mix of urban living, historic neighborhood charm and modern conveniences. Just steps away from the light rail station at 7th Avenue and Camelback and a short walk to some of the best shops, restaurants, bars and coffee spots in Phoenix, Uptown Row is the perfect place to live, work, play and repeat. To learn more, visit www.uptownrowphx.com or call us at 602-428-5687. We look forward to hearing from you!
Chrome Dev Summit 2018 - Day 2 Livestream
Join us at the 6th Chrome Dev Summit to engage with Chrome engineers and leading web developers for a two-day exploration of modern web experiences. 33:18 - Day 2 Keynote 1:02:24 - Feature Policy & the Well-Lit Path for Web Development 2:02:46 - virtual-scroller: Let there be less (DOM) 2:37:50 - A Quest to Guarantee Responsiveness: Scheduling On and Off the Main Thread 3:15:45 - Architecting Web Apps - Lights, Camera, Action! 5:05:18 - From Low Friction to Zero Friction with Web Packaging and Portals 5:34:16 - State of Houdini 6:00:23 - Building Engaging Immersive Experiences 7:03:30 - Using WebAssembly and Threads 7:29:55 - The Virtue of Laziness: Leveraging Incrementality for Faster Web UI 8:00:40 - Chrome OS: Ready for Web Development We'll be diving deep into what it means to build a fast, high quality web experience using modern web technologies and best practices, as well as looking at the new and exciting capabilities coming to the web platform. Watch all the session recordings in the All Sessions playlist → https://bit.ly/CDS18-AllSessions Find the event schedule and more info on the website → http://bit.ly/2AA1R87 Subscribe to the Chrome Developers channel! → http://bit.ly/ChromeDevs1 Event music by Terra Monk → http://bit.ly/2B2BrMO
Blow (2001) Official Trailer - Johnny Depp, Penelope Cruz Movie HD
Subscribe to CLASSIC TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/1u43jDe Subscribe to TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/sxaw6h Subscribe to COMING SOON: http://bit.ly/H2vZUn Like us on FACEBOOK: http://goo.gl/dHs73 Follow us on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/1ghOWmt Blow (2001) Official Trailer - Johnny Depp, Penelope Cruz Movie HD The story of George Jung, the man who established the American cocaine market in the 1970s. Welcome to the Fandango MOVIECLIPS Trailer Vault Channel. Where trailers from the past, from recent to long ago, from a time before YouTube, can be enjoyed by all. We search near and far for original movie trailer from all decades. Feel free to send us your trailer requests and we will do our best to hunt it down.

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