an audio tape recorder, tape deck, or tape machine is a sound recording and reproduction device that records and plays back sounds usually using magnetic tape for storage. in its present-day form, it records a fluctuating signal by moving the tape across a tape head that polarizes the magnetic domains in the tape in proportion to the audio signal. tape-recording devices include the reel-to .
hatch: an opening in the deck or cabin of a vessel, with a hinged, sliding, or removable cover. heads : a marine toilet, deriving from toileting at the catsheads in square rigger days. hull : the bottom and sides of a vessel.
a genoa track system was a factory option. lacking any cabin windows, ventilation is provided by a large deck hatch on the foredeck, which is also used to pass sails below for storage. the design has a phrf racing average handicap of 126. variants tartan ten initial model introduced in 1978.
all superyachts have crew areas below deck, which consist of a crew mess, crew cabins and laundry. while most crew cabins contain bunk beds, there are captains and chief engineers who, on the larger yachts, have their own cabins. there are no set hours that crew members work each week. the hours depend greatly on how often the owners are on .
the space cabin for any long-range manned mission is expected to be reasonably spacious, with approximately 28 cubic metres allotted to each occupant. in addition, cabins have life support systems that should have the capability to meet a variety of off-nominal conditions, including cabin fires, depressurization, and component shutdown or failure.
the space cabin for any long-range manned mission is expected to be reasonably spacious, with approximately 28 cubic metres allotted to each occupant. in addition, cabins have life support systems that should have the capability to meet a variety of off-nominal conditions, including cabin fires, depressurization, and component shutdown or .
these will be provided with a spacious dining saloon, music-room, and smoking-room; their sleeping accommodation will be mostly on the upper and main decks, and their promenade deck for exercise and amusement is unusually extensive. the first class saloons, lounges, social halls, and cabins will be palatial, and the second saloon passengers .
a crew rest compartment crew rest is a section of an airliner dedicated for breaks and sleeping by crew members, usually located above or adjacent to the passenger compartment. crew rest compartments are normally segregated, with separate compartments for the flight crew and the cabin crew.
the lowest flight of stairs has been removed to prevent access to the tower. the top flight of stairs passes through a rectangular hole cut in the cabin's external deck, which is supported by a system of bearers and joists fixed to the main tower. the deck is surrounded by timber guardrails and metal diamond wire mesh. there is a small radio .
the engine indication and crew alerting system used for boeing or electronic centralized aircraft monitor for airbus will allow the pilot to monitor the following information: values for n1, n2 and n3, fuel temperature, fuel flow, the electrical system, cockpit or cabin temperature and pressure, control surfaces and so on.
a caboose is a manned north american railroad car coupled at the end of a freight train.cabooses provide shelter for crew at the end of a train, formerly required in switching and shunting, keeping a lookout for load shifting, damage to equipment and cargo, and overheating axles.. originally flatcars fitted with cabins or modified box cars, they later became purpose-built with projections .
the company's first product is the nextant 400xt, a modified and modernized beechjet 400a/xp that sells for approximately one-half the price of competing models with comparable features and specifications.. the 400xt is equipped with 3,050-pound-thrust williams fj44-3ap full authority digital engine controls fadec turbofan engines and a rockwell collins pro line 21 integrated avionics suite.
the deck and the cockpit and also moulded in pone piece, also using polyester resin and fiberglass woven roving with mcsf. plywood coring is employed for the cabin top, deck, seat and the cockpit sole for stiffness. the hull-to-deck joint is flanged, glued and then screwed into place. there is an aluminum toe rail, stainless steel through .
usage. patented on march 29, 1988, a cassette tape adapter is a device that allows the use of portable audio players in older cassette decks.originally designed to connect portable cd players to car stereos that only had cassette players, the cassette tape adapter has become popular with portable media players even on cars that have cd players built in.
revealed at aircraft interiors expo 2012, factorydesign devised a double-deck system of pods for 30% more density, between seven trust economy and business class. in 2015, airbus filed a patent for a double-deck business class cabin, to monetize the vertical space. cabin pressurization
mainsail controls are achieved through a cabin-top mounted winch, leading to a traveler car system running across the deck in front of the main cabin's sliding hatch. modern organizations. the islander 36 association has information on races for these and other yachts, as well as tips for maintenance and other useful information.
a dorade box also called a dorade vent, collector box, or simply a 'ventilator' is a type of vent that permits the passage of air in and out of the cabin or engine room of a boat while keeping rain, spray, and sea wash out. design. the basic form is a low, rectangular box fixed to the deck or cabin top, fitted with interleaving vertical .
the main controls cabin: with a semicircular head on via della ghiacciaia, with porthole windows on the inner side and the third floor the deck with a full-length windows, as a control tower for the rails. these two main buildings are joined and completed with three other blocks: the two floors building at the corner with via della citadella .
a portable, demountable or transportable building is a building designed and built to be movable rather than permanently located. a common modern design is sometimes called a modular building, but portable buildings can be different in that they are more often used temporarily and taken away later.portable buildings e.g. yurts have been used since prehistoric times.