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crankbrothers Delta El Greco Ceiling Hoist:One ...
27,99 € *
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Highly efficient and durable, the El Greco Ceiling Hoist from Delta keeps larger sized items out of the way, freeing up valuable floor space thanks to it's unique pulley system. Raise and lower objects effortlessly, with this safe and secure hoist. Equipped with a smart auto-locking system to stop accidental release, you can be assured that your bike is in safe hands as it's held carefully held in pace. The max load capacity that this hoist will allow is 23kg (up to a ceiling height of 4.3 metres) which is remarkable, all while keeping your high up out of the way.

Anbieter: Wiggle DACH
Stand: 08.12.2019
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crankbrothers Delta El Greco Ceiling Hoist:One ...
27,99 € *
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Highly efficient and durable, the El Greco Ceiling Hoist from Delta keeps larger sized items out of the way, freeing up valuable floor space thanks to it's unique pulley system. Raise and lower objects effortlessly, with this safe and secure hoist. Equipped with a smart auto-locking system to stop accidental release, you can be assured that your bike is in safe hands as it's held carefully held in pace. The max load capacity that this hoist will allow is 23kg (up to a ceiling height of 4.3 metres) which is remarkable, all while keeping your high up out of the way.

Anbieter: Wiggle DACH
Stand: 08.12.2019
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Ruckus Ruckus - ZoneFlex R710 Unleashed
803,75 € *
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>Features- 802.11ac Multi-User MIMO (MU-MIMO)- Concurrent dual-band (5GHz/2.4GHz) support- 80MHz channelization; 256-QAM modulation support; 1733Mbps PHY rates at 5GHz - 256-QAM support on 2.4GHz- Ethernet Port Link Aggregation (LACP)- Backward compatible with legacy 802.11 clients- 802.3af mode of operation- 802.11ac standard Tx Beamforming- Space Time Block Coding for increased handset performance- Improved Maximum Ratio Combining (MRC) for best-in-class receive sensitivity- Low Density Parity Check (LDPC) for increased data throughput at all ranges- BeamFlex+ (PD-MRC) improves signal reception of mobile devices- Integrated smart antenna with many unique patterns for ultra reliability- Unmatched Rx sensitivity down to -104dBm- Highly Resilient Architecture- USB port for hosting Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices such as Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) smart beacons- Integrated DHCP support- Multicast IP video streaming support- Four software QoS queues per client station- Up to 16 BSSIDs per radio with unique QoS and security policies- Wall or ceiling mountable with padlock security- Built in mounting options for fast an easy deployment- WPA-PSK (AES), 802.1X support for RADIUS and AD- Zero-IT and Dynamic PSK- Admission control/load balancing- Band balancing- Captive portal and guest accounts- SmartMesh Networking

Anbieter: mcbuero
Stand: 08.12.2019
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Stefan Polónyi
82,90 CHF *
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Since the 1950s Stefan Polónyi has realized a large number of buildings of all kinds from his Cologne office, working with famous architects all over the world. In his view, load-bearing structure, form and function have to form an indissoluble entity, and thus create an aesthetic appearance: beauty feeds on structural consistency. Architects who have worked with Polónyi see this ambitious claim as something that has enriched their own design process. First of all Polónyi, working with Josef Lehmbrock and Fritz Schaller, developed bold folded structures and shells for church buildings, and this at a time before statical calculations were not done by computer, but a lot of things still had to be tried out in model form. Polónyi cooperated closely with Oswald Mathias Ungers on the Galle-ria for the Frankfurter Messe, among other projects. He made the flying roof for Axel Schultes’ Kunstmuseum Bonn possible, and also the undulating metal ceiling in the auditorium of Rem Koolhaas’ Nederlands Dans Theater and the umbrella-like roofing for the approach tracks in Cologne’s main station. Polónyi’s bridges, built from the 1990s in the Ruhr District, have become landmarks in the meantime with their red curved tubes as a structural and aesthetic element. Today he creates his bridges as buildings over the river, so-called Living Bridges. Polónyi’s wide range of professional experience had a considerable bearing on his teaching at Berlin and Dortmund Technical Universities. Working with architects Harald Deilmann and Josef Paul Kleihues, Polónyi established the »Dortmund Model for the Building Sciences«. It provides joint training for architects and civil engineers in a single faculty. The present book is appearing to accompany the exhibition of the same name in the »Dortmun-der U«. The essays address specific aspects of Polónyi’s work. So Karl-Eugen Kurrer and Ulrich Pfammatter look at the development of structural analysis and the resultant distinction drawn between the professional territories of the civil engineer and the architect. Patrik Schumacher, partner in Zaha Hadid’s practice, represents a current po- sition in terms of cooperation between the two disciplines. Katrin Lichtenstein’s account of the Dort-mund Model and Atilla Ötes’ view of the current study situation consider the effect on training and teaching. Sonja Hnilica analyses the folding systems and shells in the church projects, and Polónyi presents his bridges, including the designs for the Living Bridges. Ursula Kleefisch-Jobst and Peter Köddermann from the M:AI Museum für Architektur und Inge-nieurkunst NRW and Katrin Lichtenstein and Wolf-gang Sonne from the A:AI Archiv für Architektur und Ingenieurbaukunst NRW at the TU in Dortmund represent the cooperation that has taken place between the two institutions for the exhibition and the present book.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 08.12.2019
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Glazed Panel Construction with Human-Robot Coop...
68,90 CHF *
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These days, construction companies are beginning to be concerned about a potential labor shortage by demographic changes and an aging construction work force. Also, an improvement in construction safety could not only reduce accidents but also decrease the cost of the construction, and is therefore one of the imperative goals of the construction industry. These challenges correspond to the potential for Automation and Robotics in Construction as one of solutions. Almost half of construction work is said to be material handling and materials used for construction are heavy and bulky for humans. To date, various types of robots have been developed for glazed panel construction. Through the case studies on construction, to which the robots were applied, however, we identified difficulties to be overcome. In this study, a human-robot cooperative system is deduced as one approach to surmount these difficulties; then, considerations on interactions among the operator, robot and environment are applied to design of the system controller. The human-robot cooperative system can cope with various and construction environments through real-time interaction with a human, robot and construction environment simultaneously. The physical power of a robot system helps a human to handle heavy construction materials with a relatively scaled-down load. Also, a human can feel and respond to the force reflected from robot end effecter acting with working environment. Through the experiments and mock-up tests with a prototype robot, we observe the characteristics of the power assist and the force reflection, the merits of the human-robot cooperation system. To apply human-robot cooperative system at real construction sites, Glazed Ceiling Panel Construction Robot is developed for the first time. This robot is distinguished from other glazed panel construction robots because of the methods of lifting the panel to high installation positions and installing the fragile and bulk panel with robot force control. After applying to real construction sites, evaluation on the productivity of the developed robot was done by comparing and analyzing with the existing installation methods.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 08.12.2019
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Stefan Polónyi
60,70 € *
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Since the 1950s Stefan Polónyi has realized a large number of buildings of all kinds from his Cologne office, working with famous architects all over the world. In his view, load-bearing structure, form and function have to form an indissoluble entity, and thus create an aesthetic appearance: beauty feeds on structural consistency. Architects who have worked with Polónyi see this ambitious claim as something that has enriched their own design process. First of all Polónyi, working with Josef Lehmbrock and Fritz Schaller, developed bold folded structures and shells for church buildings, and this at a time before statical calculations were not done by computer, but a lot of things still had to be tried out in model form. Polónyi cooperated closely with Oswald Mathias Ungers on the Galle-ria for the Frankfurter Messe, among other projects. He made the flying roof for Axel Schultes’ Kunstmuseum Bonn possible, and also the undulating metal ceiling in the auditorium of Rem Koolhaas’ Nederlands Dans Theater and the umbrella-like roofing for the approach tracks in Cologne’s main station. Polónyi’s bridges, built from the 1990s in the Ruhr District, have become landmarks in the meantime with their red curved tubes as a structural and aesthetic element. Today he creates his bridges as buildings over the river, so-called Living Bridges. Polónyi’s wide range of professional experience had a considerable bearing on his teaching at Berlin and Dortmund Technical Universities. Working with architects Harald Deilmann and Josef Paul Kleihues, Polónyi established the »Dortmund Model for the Building Sciences«. It provides joint training for architects and civil engineers in a single faculty. The present book is appearing to accompany the exhibition of the same name in the »Dortmun-der U«. The essays address specific aspects of Polónyi’s work. So Karl-Eugen Kurrer and Ulrich Pfammatter look at the development of structural analysis and the resultant distinction drawn between the professional territories of the civil engineer and the architect. Patrik Schumacher, partner in Zaha Hadid’s practice, represents a current po- sition in terms of cooperation between the two disciplines. Katrin Lichtenstein’s account of the Dort-mund Model and Atilla Ötes’ view of the current study situation consider the effect on training and teaching. Sonja Hnilica analyses the folding systems and shells in the church projects, and Polónyi presents his bridges, including the designs for the Living Bridges. Ursula Kleefisch-Jobst and Peter Köddermann from the M:AI Museum für Architektur und Inge-nieurkunst NRW and Katrin Lichtenstein and Wolf-gang Sonne from the A:AI Archiv für Architektur und Ingenieurbaukunst NRW at the TU in Dortmund represent the cooperation that has taken place between the two institutions for the exhibition and the present book.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 08.12.2019
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Performance of Ventilated Ceilings in Commercia...
53,99 € *
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Concerns over the indoor conditions have increased during recent years as a result of knowledge about indoor environmental quality on health, comfort and productivity of the workforce. The efficiency of the exhaust system is especially emphasised with a ventilated ceiling system where the exhaust is located at ceiling level. The removal efficiency of the total system must be guaranteed and the spread of impurities throughout the kitchen should be prevented. In the normal design practice, empirical knowledge of the existing installations together with rough heat load based calculation has been used for airflow rate determination. This book provides a contribution to the understanding of the thermal plumes of kitchen appliances and the interaction between supply air systems. This book gives improved basis for designing ventilated ceiling systems. Concepts to improve the capture and containment efficiency are also analyzed. The book is especially useful to professionals in commercial kitchen ventilation and food service fields, or anyone else who may be considering utilizing high performance ventilation in an energy efficient manner.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 08.12.2019
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Glazed Panel Construction with Human-Robot Coop...
55,92 € *
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These days, construction companies are beginning to be concerned about a potential labor shortage by demographic changes and an aging construction work force. Also, an improvement in construction safety could not only reduce accidents but also decrease the cost of the construction, and is therefore one of the imperative goals of the construction industry. These challenges correspond to the potential for Automation and Robotics in Construction as one of solutions. Almost half of construction work is said to be material handling and materials used for construction are heavy and bulky for humans. To date, various types of robots have been developed for glazed panel construction. Through the case studies on construction, to which the robots were applied, however, we identified difficulties to be overcome. In this study, a human-robot cooperative system is deduced as one approach to surmount these difficulties; then, considerations on interactions among the operator, robot and environment are applied to design of the system controller. The human-robot cooperative system can cope with various and construction environments through real-time interaction with a human, robot and construction environment simultaneously. The physical power of a robot system helps a human to handle heavy construction materials with a relatively scaled-down load. Also, a human can feel and respond to the force reflected from robot end effecter acting with working environment. Through the experiments and mock-up tests with a prototype robot, we observe the characteristics of the power assist and the force reflection, the merits of the human-robot cooperation system. To apply human-robot cooperative system at real construction sites, Glazed Ceiling Panel Construction Robot is developed for the first time. This robot is distinguished from other glazed panel construction robots because of the methods of lifting the panel to high installation positions and installing the fragile and bulk panel with robot force control. After applying to real construction sites, evaluation on the productivity of the developed robot was done by comparing and analyzing with the existing installation methods.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 08.12.2019
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