AVE s-100 train homologation tests for the AVE trains for
DIDACTIC UNIT 1. THE LEARNING PROCESS: BRIEF HISTORY OF LEARNING.DIDACTIC UNIT 2. CINEMA IN HISTORY: APPEARANCE AND DEVELOPMENT.DIDACTIC UNIT 3. CINEMA AND SOCIETY.DIDACTIC UNIT 4. CINEMA IN EDUCATION.DIDACTIC UNIT 5. CINEMA AS A CURRICULAR RESOURCE.DIDACTIC UNIT 6. CINEMA IN THE CLASSROOM.DIDACTIC UNIT 7. THE TREATMENT OF TRANSVERSAL VALUES.DIDACTIC UNIT 8. PARTICIPATION OF PARENTS IN THE CINEMA FORUM PROJECT.DIDACTIC UNIT 9. REFLECTIONS ON THE CURRENT WORLD THROUGH CINEMA.
Perhaps a greater depth in certain films and especially how the cinema is now (with science fiction and super heroes genres on the rise) and how they could be applied in the classroom.
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Food processing in the Province of Buenos Aires.
The WRAS certificate certifies that the chemical anchor, once cured, is suitable for contact with water for domestic use, having met the requirements of BS 6920-1: 2000 and / or 2014 “Suitability of non-metallic products for use in contact with water for human consumption use in terms of their effect on water quality”. The WRAS certificate is an approval system of the UK Water Industry, which consists of two requirements covering non-metallic materials in contact with drinking water and mechanical performance. In the case of INDEX, it certifies that the chemical anchor, once cured, is suitable for contact with water for domestic use, having met the requirements of BS 6920-1:2000 and/or 2014 “Suitability of non-metallic products for use in contact with water for drinking water use in terms of their effect on water quality.”
Skip to main contentMobilesCell phone homologation law: The harsh testimony of independent importersThe government initiative that has been in force since July 1 has not gone down well.
ExpandBy Martín CalderónMarch 22, 2017 at 12:26 a.m.For quite some time now, the controversy over the homologation of imported cell phones has been in the air. It is a topic that has more questions than answers from the authorities.One of those many questions is to know how this affects importers of mobile terminals other than traditional companies, refer to Entel, Claro, Movistar, Wom… etc.In online sales sites and through word of mouth there are many SMEs that have established themselves with this business, and with the implementation of the homologation, it is clear that several will be harmed.The question is: How much will they be harmed? To answer that, nothing like asking the importers directly.At Smartpro they told us that:
From what we understood with one of the companies that one does the homologation, one pays a certification per model. For example, I bring me a Xiaomi Redmi Note 4, I homologate that model and automatically all the others that come after it are homologated. If I have a batch of 50 phones, I pay 2200, 2400 dollars and the rest of what it cost me to homologate those 50 I divide it into 50 units and I charge it to the customers, so that charge is paid by the customer.
Water regulations advisory scheme
There are also a few more approvals but from a commercial point of view (i.e. for a helmet that we want to buy for our use), we will name them only in passing so that we are familiar with them but we will not go into their characteristics. We have the following:
As we were saying, in the United States the homologation is certified by two different agencies: Snell and DOT. The first one is named after William “Pete” Snell, a car racer who died in 1956 due to a helmet that did not protect his head properly.
The non-profit Snell Memorial Foundation was founded in 1957 and is responsible, as an independent body, for testing and evaluating helmets sold on the American market. Although at first its method of measuring the capabilities of a helmet was with the Snell M2005 which prioritized resistance over absorption (tests were done with shock decelerations of between 250 and 300 G, considered critical injuries to a brain), the Snell M2010 which was introduced in 2013 lowered the measurement to a more standardized 275 G bringing it in line with both the DOT and ECE/ONU R22.