HT Radiation Heat Transfer Radiation Notes

Question Answer
____; is heat transferred by electromagnetic waves. Thermal Radiation
Radiation always occurs from one ____ to another and always flows from high temperature body to a lower temperature body. Mass
The difference between emitted and absorbed radiation for any object is the _______ heat transfer from the object. Net Radiation
Radiation is emitted at many different wavelengths, but all electromagnetic waves travel at the same _____ known as the _____. Speed, Speed of light
____: is defined as the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum from 0.1 micrometers to 100 micrometers. This includes all of the visible and infrared portion, as well as a portion of the UV spectrum Thermal Radiation
Electromagnetic waves can also be viewed as collections of discrete particles of energy called ____. Photons
____: occurs from a surface to the surroundings due to oscillations of electrons near the surface and occurs from all surfaces at a finite temp. Emission
____: occurs as radiation incident to the surface (incident to the surface=striking the surface) is transformed to internal energy. Absorption
___: occurs as radiation incident to the surface is redirected away without being absorbed. Reflection
___: occurs when radiation passes through an object without being absorbed. This only occurs with transparent or semi-transparent objects. Transmission
___: is the incident radiation striking a surface which is what is reflected, absorbed, and transmitted. Surface Irradiation (G)
___: is the total radiation leaving a surface which is what is emitted and reflected. Radiosity (J)
Two major difficulties associated with radiation are its ___ and ____ nature Spectral, Directional
Surfaces will respond differently to irradiation depending on the distribution of _____, absorbing some and reflecting others. This is how color can be perceived. Wavelengths
____: emission and reflection are constant for all directions. Directionally Diffuse
Surfaces also emit and absorb radiation to/from different directions and the magnitude depends on the ____, Direction
___: rate at which radiation is emitted at a particular wavelength and in a particular direction (per unit solid angle, per unit wavelength, per unit surface area). Radiation Intensity (Ie)
Black bodies are ideal surfaces with properties (3): 1. perfect absorber 2. perfect emitter 3. Diffuse
____: black body spectral emissive power depends on wavelength and temperature. This equation shows that as the temp. increases the wavelength where the maximum black body spectral emissive power decreases. Wien's Displacement Law
___: a fraction of the total emission from a black body that occurs only in a certain wavelength. Band-Emission
Even for real (non-blackbody) surfaces, radiation heat transfer depends on delta T4. We can make the following qualitative statements (2): 1. radiation becomes more important as the temps of the participating surfaces increase. 2. radiation becomes more important as temp difference increases. It is often negligible for small delta T and dominant for large delta T.
Gray surfaces have no preferred _____ reflection. Color
Kirchoffs Law for gray surfaces states _____. And for real surfaces states ____. emissivity and absorptivity are equal. emissivity and absorptivity are equal at each particular wavelength and direction.
Kirchoffs Law ensures that for any surface radiation exchange, net heat transfer always occurs from _____. high to low
____: is defined as the fraction of the radiation leaving surface i that is intercepted (incident) to surface j. View Factor
Shape factor, angle factor, and configuration factors are all different names for the ___. View Factor
____: two (or more) surfaces that possess symmetry about a third surface will have identical view factors from that surface. Symmetry Rule

Stack #2630428

Question Answer
grounds crew The team that maintains a property’s grounds, especially the athletic field. Proper field maintenance is important because improper maintenance can lead to player injuries and league fines.
security Personnel responsible for the security and well-being of the fans, stadium property, and workers. A security shortage can lead to unruly crowds
usher Personnel responsible for making sure fans sit in and stay in their assigned seats. Fans will move to better seats if they are available and there is no one to stop them.
gate greeter Staff members who check tickets of customers entering the stadium. They play the vital role of ensuring that only paying customers enter.
information specialist Information specialists walk around the stadium before, during, and after an event to direct customers to facilities and serve as the first line of support to customers with medical emergencies.
concession staff Team members who prepare and serve food and drinks (often alcoholic) to customers.
stage crew The crew that helps set up and test a band’s staging and equipment. They are either part of the band’s road crew or local contractors hired by the tour promoter.
sound crew The crew that runs a venue’s sound system. They are either part of the band’s road crew or local contractors hired by the tour promoter.
cleaning crew The crew responsible for stadium cleanliness before, during, and after events.
ticket takers Staffers who check tickets at stadium entrances
ticket sellers Staffers who sell tickets to fans at the stadium.
parking cashiers Personnel who man booths at stadium parking lots and garages to take money from fans before or after an event.
parking attendants Personnel who help fans find parking spots and navigate through parking areas.
parking security Staffers who make sure that fans’ vehicles, and the personal belongings in them, are safe. They work with law enforcement to address cases of larceny and other unruly behavior.
crowd control A term for the various techniques used by security personnel to ensure a peaceful event for ticketholders.
spectator violence Violence perpetrated by spectators against fans of the opposing team or even opposing players

Module #6 Text

Term Definition
Femoris
Flexor Digitorum
Location Of The Triceps Femoris
Nodding Your Head Yes And No Example Of A first Class LeverSeesaw is an example: Center fulcrum between applied force and resistance; force and resistance are balanced.
Brachii Brachialis Muscle (region of the arm)Biceps Brachii: two tendons of origin
Oculi (muscles region of the eye
Rectus (muscles) Parallel muscles with fibers running along long axis of body-rectus adbominis muscle (on the abdomen)-rectus femoris muscle (on the thigh)
Orbicularis
Extensor
"-ceps"
Plantor Flexion Or Kicking A Football
Flexing And Extending The Forearm Example Of A Third-Class LeverCenter applied force between resistance and fulcrum; Greater force moved smaller resistance; Maximizes speed and distance traveled.
Gluteus
Occipito
Pronator Muscle
Sartorius
Trapezius Trapeziod
Antagonistic (muscles) Work opposite of other muscles
Adductor
Muscle Orgin
Muscle Insertion Insertion: Attachment to movable bone the point at which a muscle's tendon attaches to the more stationary bone.
Belly (Of Muscle) The largest part of the muscle, which actually contains the muscle cells.
Superficial Skeletal Muscles
Excrinsic Muscles
Linea Alba

Concessions Virtual Business

Term Definition
Concessions Areas on stadium property, both in and out, where food and drink are available to fans
Concessionaire The owner or operator of a concession stand
Game-day Experience The quality of the fan experience during an event
Price The amount a concessionaire charges for food and drink items
Cost The amount a food item costs the concession owner plus the amount paid to workers to prepare and serve the item
Profit Margin The total cost of the item subtracted from the price charged
Inventory The on-hand supplies of food and drink a concession stand has
Ordering The process by which concessionaires purchase raw materials for their concession stands from food suppliers

Sistem Pernafasan 1 Menjelaskan pengertian sistem Pernafasan dan alat-alat sistem respirasi

Definition Term
pertukaran oksigen dan karbondioksida yang terjadi antara darah dalam kapiler dengan sel-sel tubuh Pernafasan Internal
Proses pertukaran oksigen dari udara bebas dengan karbondioksida dalam rongga paru-paru Pernafasan Eksternal
Organ pernafasan yang memiliki fungsi untuk menghangatkan, melembabkan dan menyaring udara Hidung
Cabang dari bronkus Bronkiolus
Penghubung trakea dengan paru-paru Bronkus
Selaput elastis pembungkus paru-paru Pleura
Gelembung-gelembung udara yang berfungsi sebagai tempat pertukaran oksigen dan karbondioksida Alveolus
Alat pernafasan yang terletak di depan kerongkongan dan tersusun atas tulang-tulang rawan berbentuk cincin Trakea
Persimpangan antara tenggorokan dan kerongkongan yang berfungsi untuk meneruskan udara yang masuk menuju pangkal tenggorokan Faring
Daerah pangkal tenggorokan yang berfungsi sebagai tempat melekatnya selaput atau pita suara Laring
Katub fleksibel yang akan menutup tenggorokan pada saat menelan makanan Epiglotis
Sekat rongga badan yang membatasi rongga dada dan rongga perut Diafragma
Istilah lain dari paru-paru Pulmo
Pleura terluar yang melekat pada bagian dalam tulang-tulang rusuk Viseral
Paru-paru yang yang memiliki 3 lobus Kanan
Tonjolan yang dapat dilihat pada laring Jakun
Pleura terdalam yang melekat pada paru-paru Parietal
Lendir lengket yang disekresikan oleh membran mukosa didalam hidung Mukus
Bagian hidung yang berfungsi untuk meyaring udara Rambut Hidung
saraf khusus pada hidung untuk mencium bau yang terbawa udara Saraf olfaktori
Nama lain dari tenggorokan Nasofaring

Political Systems

Question Answer
Autocracy A government where political authority rest with a single leader
Democrocy A government where a political authority rest with a citizes
Executive Head of government /head of state
President Title often given to the head of government (states) in a presidential
Prime Minister often given to the head of the government in paramount in in democracy.
Chancellor often given to the head of the government in paramount in in democracy.
Bi-caramel having a legislature divide into on upper and low house .
Presidential democracy Citizen elect both members for legislative branch.
Parliament democracy citizen members to legislative branch then members of legislative branch select the head of state in the executive branch.
political party Organization which represents a specific political idea in a give catalyst

SPH 106 Ch 9-10 Test

Question Answer
all channel network communication network pattern in which group members are frequently together and share all information with one another
authoritarian leadership style a leadership style in which the designated leader uses legitimate, coercive, and reward power to dictate the groups actions and influence others
chain network a communication network in which information passes sequentially from one member to another
coercive power the power to influence others by the threat or imposition of unpleasant consequences; power that comes from the ability to punish
connection power the influence granted by virtue of member's ability to develop relationships that help the group reach its goal
democratic leadership style is a style in which the nominal leader invites the group/members participation in decision making
dysfunctional roles prevent a group from working effectively
emergent leader a member who assumes leadership roles without being appointed by higher-ups
expert power comes from a members knowledge that he or she can help the group reach its goal.
formal role these are assigned by an organization or group partly to establish order, they usually come with a label; ex: treasurer, assistant coach
gatekeepers person in a small group through whom communication among other members flow
group a small collection of people whose members interact with one another, usually face-to-face, over time in order to reach goals
group goals are the outcomes you seek to accomplish together
hidden agendas individual goals that group members are unwilling to reveal
individual goals are the personal motives of each member of the group
informal role describe functions of communication by each member, but are rarely acknowledged by the group in words
laissaz-faire leadership style a style in which the designated leader gives up his or her formal role, transforming the group into a loose collection of individuals
leadership grid a two-dimensional model that identifies leadership styles as a combination of concern for people and for the task at hand
legitimate power comes from a members knowledge that he or she can help the group reach its goal; leaders status or position gives them right to make requests where others must comply
nominal leader the person who is identified by title as leader of the group
norms are the unspoken standards; the unwritten shared values, beliefs, behaviors, and procedures that govern a groups informal operation. (Unstated)
power is the ability to influence others
procedural norms guide operations and decision making (ex: we always meet on time, or when there's a disagreement, we try to reach consensus before voting)
referent power the ability to influence others by virtue of the degree to which one is liked or respected; power that derives from attraction to the leader
reward power the ability to influence others by the granting or promising of desirable consequences
roles the patterns of behavior expected of group members
rule an explicit, officially stated guideline that governs group functions and member behavior
servant leadership a style based on the idea that a leader's job is mostly to recruit outstanding team members and provide the support they need to do a good job
situational leadership a theory that argues that the most effective leadership style varies according to leader-member relation, the nominal leader's power, and the task structure
social loafing the tendency of some people to do less work as a group members than they would as individuals
social norms group norms that govern the way members relate to one another
social roles group norms that govern the way members relate to one another
sociogram a graphic representation of the interaction patterns in a group
task norms group norms that govern the way members handle the job at hand
task roles roles group members take on in order to help solve a problem
trait theories of leaderhsip a school of thought based on the belief that some poeple are born to be leaders and others are not
transformational leaders defined by their devotion to help a team fulfill an important mission
virtual groups people who interact with one another via mediated channels, without meeting face-to-face
wheel network a communication network in which a gatekeeper regulates the flow of information from all other members
participative decision making a process in which people contribute to the decisions that will affect them
cohesiveness the totality of forces that causes members to feel themselves part of a group and make them want to remain in that group
orientation stage when group members become familiar with one another's positions and tentatively volunteer their own
conflict stage when group members openly defend their positions and question those of others
emergence stage when a group moves from conflict toward a single solution
reinforcement stage when group members endorse the decision they have made
breakout groups used when number of members is too large for effective discussion to maximize effective participation
problem census used when some members are more vocal than others; equalizes participation by listing ideas on cards to be drawn at random
focus groups often used by sponsoring organizations to learn how potential users or the public at large regards a new product or idea
parliamentary procedure observes specific rules about how topics may be discussed and decisions made
panel discussion participants discuss the topic informally, as in an ordinary conversation
symposium participants divide the topic in a manner that allows each member to deliver in-depth information without interruption
forum allows nonmembers to add their opinions to the group's deliberations before the group makes a decision
dialogue a process in which people let go of the notion that their ideas are more correct or superior to others' and instead seek to understand an issue from many different perspectives
force field analysis a method of problem analysis that identifies the forces contributing to resolution of the problem and the forces that inhibit its resolution
brainstorming a method for creatively generating ideas in groups by minimizing criticism and encouraging a large quantity of ideas without regard to their workability or ownership by individual members
nominal group technique each member generates own ideas silently before sharing
consensus agreement among group members about a decision
information underload the decline in efficiency that occurs when there is a shortage of the information necessary to operate effectively
information overload the decline in efficiency that occurs when the rate of complexity of material is too great to manage
groupthink a group's collective striving for unanimity that discourages realistic appraisals of alternatives to its chosen decision
idea writing each member adds 3-4 ideas to a list, gets feedback, then comes up with a better list
Traits of a leaderpsychical sex, height, appearance
Traits of a leaderpsychosocial self-esteem, self-monitoring, outgoingness
communication apprehension anxiety or fear about communicating with others
Leadership stylesautocratic leaders see themselves as having both the authority and responsibility to take action on the groups behalf
informational power power stems from the ability to control access to information
types of small groups (4) informational,growth,social,problem-solving

GuntermanMOS Ch 1

Question Answer
Includes examples of work completed in each course and proof of the skills achieved comprehensive portfolio
enjoys teaching others and working in groups, learns best when they can apply new information to real world problems stage 4 learner
comfortable watching rather than doing stage 1 learner
type of coping strategy that may actually increase stress levels nonadaptive coping mechanism
to be more organized in time management you should schedule study time during your peak performance time
the mind map that displays the cause and effect of events chain of events
the first step in critical thinking sorting out conflicting information
the second step in critical thinking weighing your knowledge about the information
the third step in critical thinking letting go of personal biases
The final step in critical thinking deciding on a reasonable action
a person who shifts his weight when attempting to deal with conflict is exhibiting what behavior passive
the constant practice of considering all aspects of a situation in deciding what to believe or what to do critical thinking
actions that identify the medical assistant as a member of the healthcare profession professional behaviors
the way an individual looks at information and sees it as real perceiving
the way an individual perceives and processes information to learn new material learning style
the way an individual internalizes new information and makes it their own processing
the process of considering new information and internalizing it to create new ways of examining information reflection
sensitivity to the individual needs and reactions of patients empathy

chapters 1 2 3 CHAPTERS 1 2 AND 3

Question Answer
WAREHOUSE FACTORIES AND POWER PLANTS ARE EXAMPLES OF INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY
5 C ATEGORIES OF REAL PROPERTY RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURAL SPECIAL PURPOSE
FACTORS THAT AFFECT SUPPLY OF REAL ESTATE LABOR FORCE,CONSTRUCTION COST,GOVERNMENT CONTROLS ,GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL POLICIES
FACTORS THAT AFFECT DEMAND OF REAL ESTATE POPULATION,DEMOGRAPHIC,EMPLOYMNET AND WAGE LEVELS
ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF REAL ESTATE SCARCITY,IMPROVEMENTS,PERMANENCE OF INVESTMENT,LOCATION
PHYSICAL CHARACTERIARICS OF REAL ESTATE IMMOBILITY,INDESTRUCTIBILITY,UNIQUENESS
THE BASIC COST OF OWNING A HOME PRINCIPAL ,INTEREST, TAXES AND TITLE
CURRENT MARKET VALUE- PROPERTY= EQUITY
ACCORDING TO LAW A TRADE FIXTURE IS PERSONAL PROPERTY
BUSINESS OF BRINGING PEOPLE TOGETHER IN A REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION BROKERAGE
ESTIMATING A PROPERTIES MARKET VALUE APPRAISAL
BUSINESS OF PROVIDING FUNDS THAT MAKE REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS POSSIBLE FINANCING
SPLITTING OF A SINGLE PROPERTY INTO SMALLER PARCELS SUBDIVISION
CONSTRUCTION ON IMPROVEMENTS ON LAND DEVELOPMENT
EARTHS SURFACE XTENDING DOWNWARD TOL THE CENTER OF THE EARTH AND UPWARD TO INFINITY LAND
AS LAND AT ABOVE AND BELOW THE SURFACE PLUS ALL THINGS PERMANTLY ATTACHED TO IT REAL ESTATE
WHEN SUPPLY OF A COMMODITY DECREASES PRICES TEND TO RISE
WHEN DEMAND OF A COMMODITY DECREASES PRICESS TEEND TO DROP
LAND IS CONSIDERED TO BE INDESTRUCTIBLE
MOST HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE POLICIES CONTAINS A COINSURANCE CLAUSE
IN ILLINOIS OF REAL ESTATE IN ILLINOIS IS GOVERNED BY THE REAL ESTATE LICENSE ACT OF 2000 THE ACT AMENDED IN 2010
PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT PUD'S ALSO KNOWN AS MASTER PLANNED COMMUNITIES
RETIREMENT COMMUNITIES ALSO KNOWN AS ACTIVE ADULT COMMUNITIES
HIGHRISE DEVELOPMENT ALSO KNOWN AS MIXED USED DEVELOPMENTS MUDS

Geography/Mathematic Stack #2637375

Question Answer
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What is the capital of the country Mexico? Mexico City
Bob has 20 apples. He gives half and five more to Bert. How many apples does Bert have? 15
What continent is Uzbekistan located in? Asia
What is 3^ -3 1/27
How many countries are in the continent Australia? 1
What is forty divided by five? 8
What are the two largest countries in South America? Argentina and Brazil
What does it mean to evaluate? To solve
What is the largest city in Ohio? Cleveland