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Power in reactive circuits (2330)
Quick Revision: What are the three sid…
We can also use the same right angle t…
True Power (W) is the useful power tha…
Reactive Power (VAr) is the power stor…
R = Resistance... X = Reactance (Inductive or Capacitive)... Z =…
True Power (in Watts) is the power consumed by the Resistive…
True. Think of it as the real amount of beer you get in a pint.
True. Think of it as the froth on your pint. It's always ther…
Quick Revision: What are the three sid…
R = Resistance... X = Reactance (Inductive or Capacitive)... Z =…
We can also use the same right angle t…
True Power (in Watts) is the power consumed by the Resistive…
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Power in reactive circuits (2357)
Quick Revision: What are the three sid…
We can also use the same right angle t…
True Power (W) is the useful power tha…
Reactive Power (VAr) is the power stor…
R = Resistance... X = Reactance (Inductive or Capacitive)... Z = Im…
True Power (in Watts) is the power consumed by the Resistive…
True. Think of it as the real amount of beer you get in a pint.
True. Think of it as the froth on your pint. It's always ther…
Quick Revision: What are the three sid…
R = Resistance... X = Reactance (Inductive or Capacitive)... Z = Im…
We can also use the same right angle t…
True Power (in Watts) is the power consumed by the Resistive…
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Sec. 8 Active & Reactive Power Flow
What type of power performs actual wor…
___is constantly being exchanged betwe…
What is the building block for the ele…
There is (IS / IS NOT) net energy usag…
active power (MW)
reactive power
reactive power
is not
What type of power performs actual wor…
active power (MW)
___is constantly being exchanged betwe…
reactive power
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UPWac: UTILITY POWERLINE WORKER Power
power
active power / useful power / true pow…
apparent power
power factor
Electric power distribution, by WinterCity296, in Wikimedia C…
Food Cart Electric Meters, by Visitor 7, in Wikimedia Commons…
Electrical panel and subpanel with cover removed from subpane…
PFC unit-inside, by Echoray, in Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 3…
power
Electric power distribution, by WinterCity296, in Wikimedia C…
active power / useful power / true pow…
Food Cart Electric Meters, by Visitor 7, in Wikimedia Commons…
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Plyometric (Reactive) Training (NASM Chpt 11)
plyometric training
rate of force production
integrated performance paradigm
stretch reflex
quick and powerful movements involving an eccentric contracti…
ability of muscles to exert maximal force output in a minimal…
to move with efficiency, forces must be dampened (eccentrical…
reflex is initiated by stretching of muscle spindles and caus…
plyometric training
quick and powerful movements involving an eccentric contracti…
rate of force production
ability of muscles to exert maximal force output in a minimal…
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Reactive Neuromuscular Training
Specialized training program designed…
Manipulates the environment in order t…
Shifting of COG by pulling upper body…
Must then generate LE isometrics to of…
RNT
RNT
RNT
Benefits of RNT
Specialized training program designed…
RNT
Manipulates the environment in order t…
RNT
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Integrated Reactive Training
Reactive training
Rate of force production
Motor unit recruitment
Firing frequency
Exercises that use quick, powerful movements involving an ecc…
Ability of muscles to exert maximal force output in a minimal…
The activation of motor units in a successive manner to produ…
The number of activation signals sent to a single motor unit…
Reactive training
Exercises that use quick, powerful movements involving an ecc…
Rate of force production
Ability of muscles to exert maximal force output in a minimal…
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Chapter 11: Plyometric (Reactive) Training Concepts
Principles of Plyometric Training
Rate of Force Production
Plyometric (Reactive) Training
Integrated Performance Paradigm
■ Also known as jump or reactive training, form of exercise t…
Ability of muscles to exert maximal force output in a minimal…
Exercise that generate quick, powerful movements involving an…
To move with efficiency, forces must be dampened (eccentrical…
Principles of Plyometric Training
■ Also known as jump or reactive training, form of exercise t…
Rate of Force Production
Ability of muscles to exert maximal force output in a minimal…
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NASM CPT 4th Ed, Ch 11: Plyometric (Reactive) Training Concepts
New Topic: Principles of Plyometric Tr…
Principles of Plyometric Training... Ply…
New Topic: What is Plyometric Training
What is Plyometric Training... Enhanced…
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Principles of Plyometric Training... Plyometric training, also…
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What is Plyometric Training... Enhanced performance during acti…
New Topic: Principles of Plyometric Tr…
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Principles of Plyometric Training... Ply…
Principles of Plyometric Training... Plyometric training, also…
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Block 2 - Reactive Componets
Capacotior
Unit of Measurment
Symbol:
What does a capascotor do?
Component that stores energy in an electrostatic field.
Farad
F/Fd
Blocks direct current and passes AC
Capacotior
Component that stores energy in an electrostatic field.
Unit of Measurment
Farad
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Voltage and reactive control
when the voltage cycle is leading the…
when the current cycle is leading the…
Impedance:
MW power flow will take the transmissi…
inductive
capacitive
The resistance to AC current
less
when the voltage cycle is leading the…
inductive
when the current cycle is leading the…
capacitive
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Power Analysis
UHV
EHV
SCADA
AGC
Ultra High Voltage
Extra High Voltage
Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition
Automatic Generation Control
UHV
Ultra High Voltage
EHV
Extra High Voltage
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NASM Chapter 11 Plyometric (Reactive) Training Concepts
Define Plyometric Training
Rate of Force Production
Integrated Performance Paradigm
The Eccentric or Loading Stage of Plyo…
Exercises that generate quick, powerful movements involving a…
Ability of muscles to exert maximal force output in a minimal…
To move with efficiency, forces must be dampened (eccentrical…
The fi rst stage of a plyometric movement can be classified as…
Define Plyometric Training
Exercises that generate quick, powerful movements involving a…
Rate of Force Production
Ability of muscles to exert maximal force output in a minimal…
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NASM Chapter 11 Plyometric (Reactive) Training Concepts
Plyometric (reactive) training
Which comes first, eccentric or concen…
Rate of force production
Integrated performance paradigm
exercises that generate quick, powerful movements involving a…
-eccentric muscle action comes first... -reason: it allows the b…
the ability of the muscles to exert maximal force output in a…
to move with efficiency, forces must be dampened (eccentrical…
Plyometric (reactive) training
exercises that generate quick, powerful movements involving a…
Which comes first, eccentric or concen…
-eccentric muscle action comes first... -reason: it allows the b…
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NASM Chapter 11 Plyometric (Reactive) Training Concepts
Define Plyometric Training
Rate of Force Production
Integrated Performance Paradigm
The Eccentric or Loading Stage of Plyo…
Exercises that generate quick, powerful movements involving a…
Ability of muscles to exert maximal force output in a minimal…
To move with efficiency, forces must be dampened (eccentrical…
The fi rst stage of a plyometric movement can be classified as…
Define Plyometric Training
Exercises that generate quick, powerful movements involving a…
Rate of Force Production
Ability of muscles to exert maximal force output in a minimal…
NASM Chapter 11 Study Guide - Plyometric (Reactive) Training Concepts
Plyometric Training
Rate of Force Production
Integrated Performance Paradigm
Eccentric phase
Exercises that generate quick, powerful movements involving a…
Ability of muscles to exert maximal force output in minimal a…
Move with efficiency, forces must be damped ( eccentrically)…
deceleration, loading , yielding, counter movement.... increases…
Plyometric Training
Exercises that generate quick, powerful movements involving a…
Rate of Force Production
Ability of muscles to exert maximal force output in minimal a…
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Vocabulary Power 3 Chapters 1-3 Review
ambiguous
cooperate
cooperation
cooperative
not clear
to work with someone else to achieve something that you both…
the act of working with someone else to achieve something tha…
working with someone else to achieve something that you both…
ambiguous
not clear
cooperate
to work with someone else to achieve something that you both…
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Power & Politics Exam#2
Operationalization
Measurement
Three Stages of Measurement
Systematic Error
The process of converting abstract ideas into concrete terms…
A procedure for determining the value of a variable in a spec…
1) Conceptual Definitions... 2) Operational Definitions... 3) Measu…
An error causing readings to differ from the true value by a…
Operationalization
The process of converting abstract ideas into concrete terms…
Measurement
A procedure for determining the value of a variable in a spec…
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CR1 Ch. 5 Power Supplies
Advanced Configuration and Power Inter…
Alternating current (ac)
Amperes (A)
Backfeed
open industry power management standard for desktops, laptops…
has no negative or positive markings because it is in a state…
unit of measure for current
type of ohmmeter reading in which the resistance is measured…
Advanced Configuration and Power Inter…
open industry power management standard for desktops, laptops…
Alternating current (ac)
has no negative or positive markings because it is in a state…
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be proactive , not reactive
proactive
reactive
Circle of Control
serenity prayer
taking control ofyour thoughts, feelings, actions, accept res…
giving in to - thoughts and feelings when things go wrong, dr…
...
give me the serenity to accept the things i cannot change, th…
proactive
taking control ofyour thoughts, feelings, actions, accept res…
reactive
giving in to - thoughts and feelings when things go wrong, dr…
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UPWac: UTILITY POWERLINE WORKER Reactance and Resistance
reactance
Z
X
resistance
Reactance button, by SpinningSpark, in Wikmedia Commons, CC B…
symbol for all forms of opposition to electron flow, includin…
symbol for reactance
AMM Skalen lin, by Saure, in Wikimedia Commons CC BY-SA 3.0op…
reactance
Reactance button, by SpinningSpark, in Wikmedia Commons, CC B…
Z
symbol for all forms of opposition to electron flow, includin…
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NASM Ch 11 Plyometric Reactive Training Concepts Definitions
Rate of force production
Plyometric Reactive Training
Integrated Performance Paradigm
Three phases of a plyometric exercise
Ability of muscles to exert maximal force output in a minimal…
Exercises that generate quick, powerful movements involving e…
To move with efficiency, forces must be dampened (eccentrical…
Eccentric, the amortization phase, and the concentric phase.
Rate of force production
Ability of muscles to exert maximal force output in a minimal…
Plyometric Reactive Training
Exercises that generate quick, powerful movements involving e…
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NASM CPT4 Chapter 11- Plyometric (Reactive) Training Concepts
Plyometric (reactive) training
Which comes first, eccentric or concen…
Rate of force production
Integrated performance paradigm
exercises that generate quick, powerful movements involving a…
-eccentric muscle action comes first... -reason: it allows the b…
the ability of the muscles to exert maximal force output in a…
to move with efficiency, forces must be dampened (eccentrical…
Plyometric (reactive) training
exercises that generate quick, powerful movements involving a…
Which comes first, eccentric or concen…
-eccentric muscle action comes first... -reason: it allows the b…
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Chapter 9, 10, 11: Core/Balance/Plyometric (Reactive) Training Concepts
Core
Drawing-in maneuver
Bracing
Balance
The structures that make up the limbo-pelvic-hip complex (LPH…
A maneuver used to recruit the local core stabilizers by draw…
Occurs when you have contracted both the abdominal, lower bac…
When the body is in equilibrium and stationary, meaning no li…
Core
The structures that make up the limbo-pelvic-hip complex (LPH…
Drawing-in maneuver
A maneuver used to recruit the local core stabilizers by draw…
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Intro to Chemistry: Metals
metal
luster
malleable
ductile
Elements that are typically hard, shiny, malleable, ductile,…
Shine that metals have
Capable of being shaped or formed by pressing, hammering, or…
capable of being hammered out thin as in certain metal or int…
metal
Elements that are typically hard, shiny, malleable, ductile,…
luster
Shine that metals have
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STEAM Vocabulary-Mixtures, chemical bonds
compound
heterogenenous
shells
inert
A pure substance made of two or more elements CHEMICALLY comb…
Consisting parts that are different from one another.
The electrons circle the nucleus in these orbits.
Inactive; having little or no power to move
compound
A pure substance made of two or more elements CHEMICALLY comb…
heterogenenous
Consisting parts that are different from one another.
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Plyometric (Reactive) Training Concepts
Plyometric training (also called react…
Plyometric training
Reactive training
Reactive and plyometric
is a form of exercise that uses explosive movements to develo…
is a form of training in which the individual reacts to the…
refers to the reaction stimulus clients encounter during plyo…
training are used interchangeably.
Plyometric training (also called react…
is a form of exercise that uses explosive movements to develo…
Plyometric training
is a form of training in which the individual reacts to the…
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a.c theory
formula for Resistance
formula for Current
formula for Voltage
Nationality of James Watt
R = V/I
I = V/R
V = IR (villa is rubbish)
British
formula for Resistance
R = V/I
formula for Current
I = V/R
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Reactivity Coefficients
Explain the differences between reacti…
Moderator Temperature Coefficient
Fuel Temperature Coefficient
Boron Coefficient
The amount of reactivity added PER UNIT OF incremental increa…
The _________________________ (m) is defined as the amount of…
The _____________________________ of reactivity is defined as…
The __________________ is defined as the amount of reactivity…
Explain the differences between reacti…
The amount of reactivity added PER UNIT OF incremental increa…
Moderator Temperature Coefficient
The _________________________ (m) is defined as the amount of…
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Module 7 Reading
Reactive
Geiger counter
Polonium
Radium
To have a tendency to react chemically.
a device for measuring radioactivity by detecting and countin…
A radioactive metal occurring in nature only as a product of…
A rare radioactive metal of the alkaline earth series. It was…
Reactive
To have a tendency to react chemically.
Geiger counter
a device for measuring radioactivity by detecting and countin…
NASM Chapter 6 - integrated reactive training
Reactive Training
Rate of Force Production
Motor Unit Recruitment
Firing Frequency
Exercise that use quick, powerful movements involving an ecce…
Ability of muscles to exert maximal force output in a minimal…
The activation of motor units in a successive manner to produ…
The number of activation signals sent to a single motor unit…
Reactive Training
Exercise that use quick, powerful movements involving an ecce…
Rate of Force Production
Ability of muscles to exert maximal force output in a minimal…
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The power of Chemicals
State
Element
periodic table
Group
The form matter take, can be solid,liquid,gas or plasma
Cannot be broken down into simpler other substances
Table of elements
are the collumns labeled 1-18
State
The form matter take, can be solid,liquid,gas or plasma
Element
Cannot be broken down into simpler other substances
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CH 4 Elements and the Periodic Table (4-1 to 4-4)
atom
electron
nucleus
proton
smallest particle of an element
negatively charged particles
the center of an atom
positively charged particles in the atom's nucleus
atom
smallest particle of an element
electron
negatively charged particles
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CH 4.1-4.4 TEST Key Terms: Elements and the Periodic Table
atom
electron
nucleus
proton
smallest particle of an element
negatively charged particles
the center of an atom
positively charged particles in the atom's nucleus
atom
smallest particle of an element
electron
negatively charged particles
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Unit 1: Metals terms
metal
luster
malleable
ductile
Elements that are typically hard, shiny, malleable, ductile,…
Shine that metals have
Capable of being shaped or formed by pressing, hammering, or…
capable of being hammered out thin as in certain metal or int…
metal
Elements that are typically hard, shiny, malleable, ductile,…
luster
Shine that metals have
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Watt's Up in Power
Electric circuit
Electromotive force
Energy
Generator
an unbroken path for the flow of electric current
the force responsible for the flow of electric current from o…
the ability to do work
a device that converts mechanical energy to electrical energy
Electric circuit
an unbroken path for the flow of electric current
Electromotive force
the force responsible for the flow of electric current from o…
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Reactivity Coefficients
Moderator Temperature Coefficient
Temperature Effect on MTC
Boron Concentration effect on MTC
Core Age effect on MTC
The change in reactivity per unit change in the temperature (…
The MTC becomes more negative as Temperature rises due to den…
Δf/ΔT becomes more positive with increasing boron concentrati…
Boron concentration is a function of fuel burnup; as the reac…
Moderator Temperature Coefficient
The change in reactivity per unit change in the temperature (…
Temperature Effect on MTC
The MTC becomes more negative as Temperature rises due to den…
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Power
What is the per unit system?
What are the advantages of the per uni…
What is power flow?
Load flow objectives
Converting component ratings to a ratio of its value and a ch…
-Ideal for computer simulation... -Better for transformers as yo…
Computation of the magnitude and phase angle at each bus and…
-Flow of real and reactive powers in the network... -Bus Voltage…
What is the per unit system?
Converting component ratings to a ratio of its value and a ch…
What are the advantages of the per uni…
-Ideal for computer simulation... -Better for transformers as yo…
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The Reactive Paradigm
5 characteristics of the reactive prog…
Proprioceptive
Exteroceptive
transducer
Robots are situated agents operating in an ecological niche.…
Sensors supply internal monitoring
supply external monitoring
mechanism, or element, of the sensor that transforms the ener…
5 characteristics of the reactive prog…
Robots are situated agents operating in an ecological niche.…
Proprioceptive
Sensors supply internal monitoring
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Organizational behavior - Chapter 13 Power and Politics
power
dependence
coercive power
reward power
A capacity that A has to influence the behavior of B so that…
B 's relationship to A when A possesses something that B requ…
A power base that is dependent on fear of the negative result…
Compliance achieved based on the ability to distribute reward…
power
A capacity that A has to influence the behavior of B so that…
dependence
B 's relationship to A when A possesses something that B requ…
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7th Grade Science Chapter 1 Section 3
Malleable
Ductile
Conductor
Magnetic
A material that can be pounded into shapes.
A material that can be pulled out, or drawn, into a long wire.
A material that can transmit heat and electricity easily.
A type of metal that attracts other metals.
Malleable
A material that can be pounded into shapes.
Ductile
A material that can be pulled out, or drawn, into a long wire.
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NASM CPT 4th Ed, Ch 11: Plyometric (Reactive) Training Concepts
New Topic: Principles of Plyometric Tr…
Principles of Plyometric Training... Ply…
New Topic: What is Plyometric Training
What is Plyometric Training... Enhanced…
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Principles of Plyometric Training... Plyometric training, also…
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What is Plyometric Training... Enhanced performance during acti…
New Topic: Principles of Plyometric Tr…
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Principles of Plyometric Training... Ply…
Principles of Plyometric Training... Plyometric training, also…
30 terms
NASM CPT 4th Ed, Ch 11: Plyometric (Reactive) Training Concepts
New Topic: Principles of Plyometric Tr…
Principles of Plyometric Training... Ply…
New Topic: What is Plyometric Training
What is Plyometric Training... Enhanced…
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Principles of Plyometric Training... Plyometric training, also…
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What is Plyometric Training... Enhanced performance during acti…
New Topic: Principles of Plyometric Tr…
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Principles of Plyometric Training... Ply…
Principles of Plyometric Training... Plyometric training, also…
21 terms
NASM Chpt. 11 Plyometric (Reactive) Training Concepts
Rate of Force Production
Plyometric (Reactive) Training
Concepts of Plyometric Training
Integrated Performance Paradigm
Ability of muscles to exert maximal force output in a minimal…
Exercises that generate quick, powerful movements involving a…
Enhanced performance during functional activities emphasizes…
To move with effiency, forces must be dampened (eccentrically…
Rate of Force Production
Ability of muscles to exert maximal force output in a minimal…
Plyometric (Reactive) Training
Exercises that generate quick, powerful movements involving a…
77 terms
Wind Power
Parameters of Wind Gust
Wind Shear
Weibull Distribution Parameters
Betz' Law
Amplitude "a"... Raise Time "b"... Max Gust Variation "c" ... Lapse Ti…
Describes how wind speed varies with height. Measured in seco…
Shape "k"... Scale "λ"
Only 59.3% of kinetic energy from a wind turbine can be conve…
Parameters of Wind Gust
Amplitude "a"... Raise Time "b"... Max Gust Variation "c" ... Lapse Ti…
Wind Shear
Describes how wind speed varies with height. Measured in seco…
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chemistry/ elements/ fall 2015
'element'
first eighteen elements
Period
orbital
a term used to describe atoms with specific characteristics
Electrons fit nicely into three orbitals. Remember that the o…
All of the rows read left to right are called Periods, (like…
a wave function describing the state of a single electron in…
'element'
a term used to describe atoms with specific characteristics
first eighteen elements
Electrons fit nicely into three orbitals. Remember that the o…
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Reactivity Coefficients
Objective 1... Explain the differences be…
Objective 2A... Define the following sign…
Objective 2B... Define the following sign…
Objective 2C... Define the following sign…
The amount of reactivity added PER UNIT OF incremental increa…
The moderator temperature coefficient (m) is defined as the a…
The fuel temperature coefficient of reactivity is defined as…
The boron coefficient is defined as the amount of reactivity…
Objective 1... Explain the differences be…
The amount of reactivity added PER UNIT OF incremental increa…
Objective 2A... Define the following sign…
The moderator temperature coefficient (m) is defined as the a…
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8th Grade Set 6
Heterogenous mixture
Homogenous mixture
mixture
chemical bonds
A mixture is a combination of two or more pure substances in…
any combination of substances that has uniform composition an…
a material system made up of two or more different substances…
Any of several forces, especially the ionic bond, covalent bo…
Heterogenous mixture
A mixture is a combination of two or more pure substances in…
Homogenous mixture
any combination of substances that has uniform composition an…
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Hazardous Material Identification
Health (H)
Flammability (F)
Reactivity (R)
3 Components of a Fire Triangle
BLUE
RED
Yellow
1. Fuel... 2. Oxygen... 3.Heat
Health (H)
BLUE
Flammability (F)
RED
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NASM CPT 4th Ed, Ch 11: Plyometric (Reactive) Training Concepts
New Topic: Principles of Plyometric Tr…
Principles of Plyometric Training... Ply…
New Topic: What is Plyometric Training
What is Plyometric Training... Enhanced…
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Principles of Plyometric Training... Plyometric training, also…
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What is Plyometric Training... Enhanced performance during acti…
New Topic: Principles of Plyometric Tr…
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Principles of Plyometric Training... Ply…
Principles of Plyometric Training... Plyometric training, also…
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