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*  Fluorescent lamp
... the control gear should shut down the lamp when this happens. However, some control gear will provide sufficient increased ... If a fluorescent lamp is broken, a very small amount of mercury can contaminate the surrounding environment. About 99% of the ... Careful control of the grain size of the suspended phosphors is necessary; large grains, 35 micrometers or larger, lead to weak ... The end of life failure mode for fluorescent lamps varies depending on how they are used and their control gear type. Often the ...
*  Raw water
Are endocrine-disrupting chemicals in the aquatic environment impacting fish populations? Science of the Total Environment, 343 ... Controlling the land surrounding raw water sources is key to reducing turbidity. Areas of high sediment resuspension and ... Raw water is natural water found in the environment that has not been treated and does not have any of its minerals, ions, ... The need for a complex control system for conventional treatment can result in it being financially costly. This has led to the ...
*  Open Agriculture Initiative
The project aims to develop controlled-environment agriculture platforms called "Food Computers" that operate on a variety of ... The term Food Computer can apply generally to any of the Open Agriculture Initiative's controlled-environment systems, or ... Originally developed under the MIT CityFARM project, the Food Computer is controlled-environment agriculture platform that ... The climate inside of a growing chamber can be tightly controlled and used as a tool to enhance food production or quality. The ...
*  Platform Environment Control Interface
... , abbreviated as PECI, is a recent (introduced in 2006) standard used for thermal ... Furthermore, it supports dynamic fan control with a high degree of accuracy, where fan speed can be progressively increased as ... From a control standpoint, the main difference between PECI and the previously used thermal monitoring methods is that PECI ...
*  Controlled-environment agriculture
"Cornell Controlled Environment Agriculture". Cornell University. Retrieved 2015-08-16. "Controlled Environment Agriculture ... Controlled-environment agriculture (CEA) is a technology-based approach toward food production. The aim of CEA is to provide ... "Controlled Environment Agriculture Center". University of Arizona. Retrieved 2015-08-16. " ... Aquaculture Aquaponics Building-integrated agriculture Controlled Environment Agriculture Center (CEAC) at the University of ...
*  Control environment
A control environment, also called "Internal control environment", is a term of financial audit, internal audit and Enterprise ... ISA 400 Risk Assessments and Internal Control Entity-Level Controls IFAC Represents 2 500 000 accountants in 120 countries. ... regarding the internal control system and its importance to the entity. They express it in management style, corporate culture ...
*  Controlled Environment Agriculture Center
The Controlled Environment Agriculture Center (CEAC) is an agricultural research facility at the University of Arizona. ... Controlled-environment agriculture (CEA) Hydroponics University of Arizona CEA Program Coordinates: 32°13′52″N 110°57′12″W /  ...
*  Controlled Environments Magazine
... is a business-to-business magazine that provides information on contamination control, ... Controlled Environments Magazine is aimed at contamination control professionals who are responsible for detecting, preventing ... and contamination control. Controlled Environments Magazine also publishes a printed Buyer's Guide annually. The Buyer's Guide ... Controlled Environment Magazine www.nanotech-now.com/news.cgi?story_id=33097. ...
*  Vaisala
The Controlled Environment business area serves customers who operate in tightly controlled and demanding areas where the ... and closed environments. The business has been divided into two business areas: Weather and Controlled Environments. The ... "Controlled Environment". www.vaisala.com. Archived from the original on 2016-08-16. Retrieved 2016-09-21. "The Vaisala Prize". ... Controlled Environment customers include multiple industries, including pharmaceutical, biotechnical, medical device and drug ...
*  Biosystems engineering
... controlled-environment agriculture; food processing and food safety; agricultural engineering (machinery, irrigation, storage ...
*  Biotron
... "provides controlled environments and climate-controlled greenhouses to support plant, animal, and materials research for ... "Controlled Environments , Biotron". biotron.wisc.edu. Retrieved 2017-10-07. The Biotron at the University of Wisconsin Madison ... Munns, David P. D. (2017-05-30). Engineering the Environment: Phytotrons and the Quest for Climate Control in the Cold War. ... Much of its work in the 1990s partnered with NASA in the Controlled Ecological Life Support System (CELSS) and its goal in ...
*  SUNY Poly Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering
"CNSE Develops Nanocenter Site for Chip Manufacturing". Controlled Environments. Advantage Business Media. Retrieved 18 ... The Photovoltaic Control and Monitoring Center (PVCMC), headquartered at CNSE, is part of a $1.35 million solar demonstration ... secure environment. Over $19 million in cutting-edge tools and equipment that are critical to the U.S. Department of Energy's ( ... controls, and other innovations for the construction and operation of high-tech facilities. In addition, an Alternative Energy ...
*  Sticky mat
Sandle, Tim (2012-07-11). "Contamination Control Under Foot". Controlled Environments. Retrieved 2017-03-06. "Guidelines for ... They are an example of an engineering control within the hierarchy of hazard controls. Sticky mats are typically used in ... "Guideline for Prevention of Surgical Site Infection". U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 1999. Retrieved 2017-03- ... Environmental Infection Control in Health-Care Facilities" (PDF). U.S. Centers for Disease Control. 2003. pp. 30, 33, 76. ...
*  Boeing 737 MAX
... and mostly stability-and-control trials; while 1D002 is used for environment control system testing. It should be certified in ... Boeing Commercial Airplanes CEO Jim Albaugh said in 2011 that adding more fly-by-wire control systems would be "very minimal". ... The 737 MAX extended spoilers are fly-by-wire controlled. As production standard, the 737 MAX will feature the Boeing Sky ... The first Max 8, 1A001, was used for aerodynamic trials: flutter testing, stability and control, and takeoff performance-data ...
*  Typhula blight
... under controlled environment conditions. Plant Dis. 90:951-956.. ... Typhula blight and snow molds can be controlled by fungicide ... Typhula blight can also be controlled culturally. One method would be to plant a less susceptible turfgrass. Bentgrass and ... Typhula blight is commonly controlled with fungicide applications in the late fall and by other cultural practices. If ... Johnston, William H. (December 2003). "Snow Mold Control in the Intermountain Northwest" (PDF). U.S. Golf Association. ...
*  Eigenface
... requires a highly controlled environment. Eigenface has difficulty capturing expression changes. The most significant ...
*  Project management
The key project controls needed here are an understanding of the business environment and making sure that all necessary ... too much control is too time consuming, too little control is very risky. If project control is not implemented correctly, the ... PRINCE2 (Projects in Controlled Environments). Association for Project Management Body of Knowledge Team Software Process (TSP ... Initiation Planning Production or execution Monitoring and controlling Closing In project environments with a significant ...
*  Advantage Business Media
Week) Controlled Environments Magazine (Control. Environ. Mag.) ALN Magazine (ALN Mag.) ALN World (ALN World) Forensic Magazine ...
*  Acclimatisation society
He noted that a domesticated animal could live in environments controlled by humans. Naturalization, he suggested included the ... Saint-Hilaire believed in the Lamarckian idea that humans and animals could be forced to adapt to new environments. The Paris ... To make matters worse, the suggestion was made that weasels and stoats could control the rabbits. Despite warnings from Alfred ... These societies were born during a period of colonialism when Europeans began to settle in unfamiliar environments, and the ...
*  List of literary movements
Proponents of this movement believe heredity and environment control people. Notable authors: Émile Zola, Stephen Crane ...
*  Theodore Caplow
SUSTAINABLE CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE FOR URBAN AREAS. Acta Hort. (ISHS) 801:449-456". Retrieved 19 January 2015. ...
*  ISRO Orbital Vehicle
The space capsule will have life control and environment control systems. It will be equipped with emergency mission abort and ... On board motors controlled and reduced the speed of the module until an altitude of 80 km. Thrusters were shutoff at 80 km and ... ISRO's VSSC would equip the Crew Module with systems necessary for crew support, navigation, guidance and control systems. ISRO ...
*  Loo (wind)
... temperature-controlled environment ... As many as 30 Cheetahs brought by various zoos in India ... died as they could not ...
*  General Educational Development
Official GED Testing Centers are controlled environments. All testing sessions take place in person (not online) according to ... When controlling for other influences, he finds no evidence that, for the average taker, the GED test credential improves an ...
*  FERET (facial recognition technology)
7500 images that had been collected in a highly controlled environment with controlled illumination; all images had the eyes in ... The images were collected in a semi-controlled environment. To maintain a degree of consistency throughout the database, the ... Joseph Wilder of Rutgers University assembled a database of ~250 individuals collected under similarly controlled conditions. ... 100 images that were of controlled size and illumination but did include some head rotation. The FERET program set out to ...
*  Fermented tea
This ripening is done through a controlled process similar to composting, where the moisture and temperature of the tea are ... Many varieties of dark tea are purposely aged in humid environments to promote the growth of certain fungi, often called " ...
*  Forced molting
Modern controlled-environment confinement housing has the opposite problem; the hens are not normally presented with sufficient ... In the UK, the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) states In no circumstances may birds be induced to ...