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The Mackay nomograph was devised for pseudorandom dot placement with zero dot overlap, which in probability terms is mutually exclusive random dot placement.
This similarity between maximum dot density and the placement of the "zone of coalescing dots" is not surprising as Mackay based his nomograph on mutually exclusive dot placement.
The nomograph as shown in Table I supports more aggressive and higher designated amounts if FSA advantages are to be maximized by plan participants.
The nomographs presented here illustrate that the participant is better off after taxes to estimate S, the designated amount, higher under uncertainty.
Very interesting nomographs, which may be used to calculate weld impact strength from said parameters, are presented for use by practitioners.
The area of focus changes to examine heating time and heater temperature, the same heat transfer parameters used in the nomographs, as compared with heat flux.
Table 4 shows the recommended speed of each curve based on the ball-bank indicator criteria and nomograph in the TCDH, which is based on the standard curve speed formula with a friction factor of 0.
Site Posted Recommended Speed Speed (mi/h) Ball-Bank Nomograph 85th Percentile C1VA 20 30 30 41 C2VA 25 25 25 32 C3VA 15 25 30 36 C4VA 25 30 30 43 C5VA 15 30 35 35 C6VA 25 30 25 35 C7VA 45 45 50 58 C8VA 50 55 50 55 C9VA 50 50 50 55 C10VA 40 45 50 55 C11VA 40 45 45 51 C12VA 35 55 55 56 C13VA 40 55 50 53 C14VA 35 60 60 59 C15VA 25 30 35 42 C16VA 20 30 35 42 C17MD 40 40 45 54 C18MD 25 20 25 30 C19MD 25 25 25 35 C20MD 25 35 35 46 C21MD 25 30 30 38 C22MD 25 30 30 41 C23MD 30 30 35 37 C24WVA 35 35 35 41 C25WVA 35 35 35 45 C26WVA 45 45 45 49 C27WVA 35 30 35 45 C28WVA 50 50 50 55
While not specifically mentioned, it is apparent that the nomographs are not applicable to condensing furnaces.
Every explosives sited facility on base was in the process of being re-sited and the majority of the documents were on that computer to include transmittal letters, maps, nomographs and glass breakage assessments.
Tanner CB, Jackson ML (1947) Nomographs of sedimentation times times for soil particles under gravity or centrifugal acceleration.
We have not dropped drafting and no longer teach students how to prepare nomographs, etc.