A 44 tonne accommodation unit was lifted onto the K6-P platform of Total E&P Netherlands in the North Sea.The lift was performed with a temporary lifting system installed on the helideck.Conbit says that this project proves the effectiveness and the broad capabilities of light weight lifting systems.It adds that the use of fast lifting winches and well trained rope access technicians in combination with experienced engineers for project preparation makes these kinds of unique projects possible.The combination of structural engineering and special lifting leads to unconventional, but safe and efficient lifting solutions.Conbit was established in 1993 in the south of the Netherlands. Originally the company focused on structural engineering, but then entered the special lifting market.www.conbit.eu
The THI team arrived at the project site with two sets of 12-axle line THI2.43 SPMTs. The THI2.43 SPMT is a heavy-duty transportation system with a platform width of 2.43 m and an axle load capacity of 40 tonnes. A power pack unit delivers drive power and remote-controlled independent steering allows for maximum manoeuverability.Hydraulic lifting suspension and a pendulum axle can compensate for uneven road condition, keep a load level and secure. THI was able to complete the project successfully in several hours. THI is the parent company of Shanghai based Fulangjie Import and Export Co Ltd.www.fulangjie.com
15 Views no discussions Share LocalNews Trafalgar man fined for stealing electricity by: – March 21, 2014 Tweet Share Sharing is caring! Share Albert Joseph, 63, of Trafalgar has been fined $700.00 for stealing electricity from the Dominica Electricity Services Limited (DOMLEC) over a three year period.Joseph, who resides in Fond-Canie, pleaded guilty to illegally abstracting 690 kilowatts of valued at $700.00 between October 9, 2011 and March 17, 2014, when he appeared before Magistrate Bernard Paquette on Friday, March 21, 2014.Information revealed in court by police prosecutor sergeant Constance Cuffy indicates that DOMLEC officials noticed that there was no recent electricity payment of the house and deployed senior technician Vincent Theophile to conduct a routine investigation on March 14, 2014.Upon arrival, Theophile noticed that the DOMLEC service line was partially put in the house under the roof’s eave.He also noticed that a single core 1.5mm single wire was connected to the DOMLEC electricity line but electricity used was not being recorded by the meter. He attempted to pull the utility line but it was held on the inside of the house by a piece of binding wire.Although he heard the sound of a radio or TV playing downstairs and called, there was no response from anyone.He therefore contacted Bernard Francis, supervisor of the technicians at DOMLEC to inform him of his findings. Francis subsequently reported the incident to the police and explained how Joseph extracted the electricity.“When I came to live there a year ago I met the whole place with power…even when the meter showing zero it still had electricity. When I pull the small wire all the power would go out. I spoke to the DOMLEC people they say they call the police already,” Joseph explained to the police.He was arrested and later gave a detailed record of how he was able to extract the electricity. Attorney at Law Ronald Charles who pleaded on his client’s behalf told the magistrate that his client is very remorseful for his actions. “He has embarrassed himself and his family and is sorry”. Charles added that his client is a family man with three children and begged the magistrate not to impose a custodial sentence.Magistrate Pacquette told Joseph that because of his age, his guilty plea and the fact that he has no previous convictions, he would not impose a custodial sentence on him.“You will pay the DOMLEC bill of $700.00 promptly in one week or in default spend one week in jail,” Magistrate Pacquette told the defendant.He was further fined $500.00 which he must pay within one month or in default of payment spend one week in jail.Dominica Vibes News
LocalNews Police discovers over $1M worth of cannabis by: – July 15, 2014 Share Share Tweet Share 30 Views no discussions The drugs was hidden in the bushes covered under a tarpaulinMembers of the Drug Squad of the Commonwealth of Dominica Police Force have discovered cannabis worth over one million dollars in Calibishie.According to a report from police public relations officer, inspector John Carbon, the officers conducted an anti-drug operation in the village of Calibishie on July 15, 2014. “Twenty-three (23) nylon bags containing 1028 pounds of cannabis was found hidden in the bushes covered under a tarpaulin,” he said. There was no arrest in connection with the discovery, Mr Carbon informed, and added that the drug has an estimated street value of EC $1.028 million. “The police remain committed in the fight against drug trafficking and money laundering and also focus in dismantling the financial network of the drug trafficker,” Mr Carbon said.Dominica Vibes News Sharing is caring!
802.11ad compliant MAC and PHY with support for multiple frequency channels MCS_0 through MCS_7 support with max PHY rate of 1.9 Gbps WiGig certified, with driver support for common operating systems SIP dimensions 13 mm x 16 mm Tx power of 450 mW max Tensorcom has also announced the availability of two USB 3.0 adapter reference designs based on the Nant1 solution. The TC60G1422AE and TC60G1422CE reference are optimized for cost-effective manufacturing and support USB Type A and Type C connections, respectively. Each design includes a high performance end-fire antenna that enables reliable multi-gigabit speed connectivity and includes all necessary hardware components, production ready firmware and drivers, detailed schematics and related documentation needed to develop a complete USB 3.0 WiGig adapter for embedded or accessory applications.Tensorcom has also announced availability of two new USB 3.0 adapter reference designs based on the Nant1 solution. The TC60G1422AE and TC60G1422CE reference are optimized for cost-effective manufacturing and support USB Type A and Type C connections, respectively. Each design includes a high performance end-fire antenna that enables reliable multi-gigabit speed connectivity and includes all necessary hardware components, production ready firmware and drivers, detailed schematics and related documentation needed to develop a complete USB 3.0 WiGig adapter for embedded or accessory applications.Tensorcom will be demonstrating the new technologies at the Taipei Nankang Exhibition Center during Computex 2017 event from May 30 – June 3, 2017. Tensorcom, a leading provider of ultra-low power 802.11ad WiGig semiconductor and system solutions, has achieved WiGig certification for its TC60G1316UE System-In-Package (SiP). The SiP, based on Tensorcom’s TC60G6504UE Nant1 802.11ad SoC, that brings robust, gigabit wireless connectivity to power-sensitive devices that demand high-performance.With ABI Research studies forecasting more than one billion WiGig chipsets to be shipped by 2021, the WiGig certified Nant1 solutions by Tensorcom are ideal for products that demand high bandwidth wireless connectivity in a small package. WiGig can be used for a wide range of applications from wireless docking, multimedia streaming, high speed data transfer between devices, and networking applications.Nant1 is a monolithic ultra-low power CMOS system-on-chip with integrated 60 GHz CMOS MAC/PHY and USB 3.0 controller/PHY and includes all functions required to implement a complete WiGig solution for embedded devices, accessories, and portable products that require gigabit-per-second wireless data rates at the lowest power in the smallest form factor.Key features of the TC60G1316UE SiP include:
Share GSC All-Decade first team selection Luciana Rapach (Photo by Steven Neumann) BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The University of West Florida has developed into a regional and national power in Division II volleyball, and UWF had five of its former players honored on the Gulf South Conference All-Decade Team on Thursday. Luciana Rapach, the first All-American in UWF volleyball history, was the Argonauts’ representative on the all-decade first team, and four other Argonauts earned second team recognition.“I am so pleased that GSC conference coaches and sports information directors honored these five young women from the UWF Volleyball program on the All-Decade team,” remarked head coach Melissa Wolter. “Each one of them clearly left their mark in our record books and played a key role in propelling our program to be a top DII program for the past 10 years. I am so honored to have been able to be in the gym with each of these young women.” Rapach, a right side/setter for West Florida from 2007-08, was one of seven players selected to the all-decade team from the GSC East Division. Outside hitter Naiara Fernandes (2000-03), setter Madeline Gonzalez (2007-08), and middle hitters Patricia Gandolfo (2008-09) and Kristy Krause (2000-03) were named to the second team. Rapach, a two-time All-American, led the Argos to a 24-0 conference mark during that span and the program’s first-ever GSC Championship in 2008. She is one of the most decorated UWF volleyball players, earning two consecutive All-GSC first team selections, two consecutive AVCA All-South Region first team awards, and being named the 2007 GSC East Player of the Year. She finished her career holding the single match dig record at UWF (30 digs vs. Lynn 9/12/08), and averaging 2.89 kills, 1.28 assists, 3.30 digs, and 0.63 blocks per set. Fernandes left her mark on the UWF volleyball record books during her two-year stint in 2005-06, holding the single season kill record with 568 in 2006. She also holds the school record for her 34 kills in a single match against Central Missouri at the 2006 NCAA Tournament, and was a five-time GSC Player of the Week. The two-time All-GSC first team selection ranks third in school history with 961 career kills in just two seasons, ranks seventh in digs (706) eighth in attack percentage (.222), and fourth in service aces (101). Gonzalez is among one of the best setters to run a UWF volleyball offense, earning AVCA All-American honorable mention in 2008. She spent 2007-08 under head coach Melissa Wolter, and teamed with Rapach during UWF’s back-to-back undefeated seasons in conference play. Gonzalez demolished the UWF assist record in her two years, currently holding the title with 2,296 total assists. She was named to both the AVCA All-South Region first team and the NCAA South Regional all-tournament team in 2008, and she was also a two-time All-GSC first team player. Krause spent her career at UWF during the 2000-03 seasons, earning two selections on All-GSC first team, along with an AVCA All-South Region honorable mention accolade as a senior in 2003. She is UWF’s all-time leader in kills (1,547), attack percentage (.316), and blocks (276). Krause hit .376 (505-118-1028) to set the program record for single season attack percentage in 2003. She averaged 4.36 kills, 2.57 digs, and 0.78 blocks per set in her four-year career, and was a three-time GSC Player of the Week. Gandolfo rounds as the selections as the most recent graduate at UWF, spending the 2008-09 seasons with the Argos. An AVCA All-America selection as a senior in 2009, Gandolfo was seven times named the GSC Player of the Week during her career, becoming the first player in GSC history to win the Offensive and Defensive Player of the Week awards in the same week. She was a two-time AVCA All-South Region selection, twice named to the All-GSC first team, and was the GSC Tournament Most Outstanding Player in 2009. Gandolfo ranks second in UWF history with a career .312 attack percentage, and she finished her career averaging 2.85 kills and 0.94 blocks per set. The Gulf South Conference will continue honoring its past with all-decade teams coming for men’s and women’s basketball on July 15 and five spring sports (baseball, men’s golf, softball, men’s tennis, women’s tennis) on July 22. This initiative marks the first time that the GSC has compiled all-decade teams for sports other than football. Previously, the GSC has recognized football all-star teams from the 1980s, the first quarter century, and the 1990s. Players could only be nominated for the all-decade team if they competed in at least two seasons during the decade and were also named to the All-GSC first team at least once. Each squad was broken up into first and second Teams and players and coaches of the decade were selected. Honorable mentions were also recognized in special circumstances; for example, those student-athletes that competed in just one season and were an All-GSC first team member during the past decade. For information on the Gulf South Conference, visit www.gulfsouthconference.org. For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. OFFICIAL GSC RELEASE: http://www.gulfsouthconference.org/news.asp39action=form&recordID=471483&sport=MiscellaniousPrint Friendly Version Rapach Leads UWF Selections to GSC All-Decade Volleyball Team
PENSACOLA, Fla. – The West Florida women’s tennis team claimed a 6-3 win over the University of New Orleans in the regular season finale at home on Sunday. The Argonauts picked up win number 17 and will head into the postseason with a mark of 17-10.The Argonauts took a 3-0 lead after going undefeated in doubles play. Junior Caitlyn Baines (Ft. Walton Beach, Fla./Choctawhatchee HS) and senior Taylor Brewster (Fergus, Ontario/Centre Wellington District HS), the No. 21 doubles team in the country, defeated UNO’s Amber Garza and Kozue Matsumoto 8-3 at the No. 1 doubles spot. Sophomores Jacqueline March (Santa Rosa Beach, Fla./South Walton HS) and Luiza Sonnervig (Sao Paulo, Brazil/Ateneu HS) won 8-1 at No. 2 doubles, and the Argos claimed the third point by default.The Argonauts clinched the overall win as the Privateers defaulted at the No. 5 and No. 6 singles spots, giving UWF a 5-0 lead. UNO did claim three wins in singles play, but Sonnervig won for UWF at the No. 1 spot, 6-4, 6-2, to give the Argos their sixth point.UWF (17-10, 5-0 GSC) will have a full week to prepare for the GSC Tournament in Montgomery, Ala. on April 16-17. For more information on the GSC Tournament, visit www.gscsports.com. For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. #ARGOS##7 University of West Florida 6, University of New Orleans 34/10/2011 at Pensacola, Fla. (Ralph “Skeeter” Carson Tennis Complex)Singles competition1. Luiza Sonnervig (UWF) def. Kozue Matsumoto (UNO-W) 6-4, 6-22. Kristina Martic (UNO-W) def. Jacqueline March (UWF) 6-3, 6-23. Amber Garza (UNO-W) def. Naomi Higa (UWF) 6-0, 3-6, 10-84. Sofija Karalic (UNO-W) def. Jessica Hsu (UWF) 6-3, 6-45. Hannah Durham (UWF) def. No player (UNO-W), by default6. Caitlyn Baines (UWF) def. No player (UNO-W), by defaultDoubles competition1. #21 Caitlyn Baines/Taylor Brewster (UWF) def. Amber Garza/Kozue Matsumoto (UNO-W) 8-32. Jacqueline March/Luiza Sonnervig (UWF) def. Sofija Karalic/Kristina Martic (UNO-W) 8-13. Yana Bokareva/Hannah Durham (UWF) def. No player/No player (UNO-W), by defaultMatch NotesUniversity of New Orleans 7-9University of West Florida 17-10; National ranking #7; Regional ranking #3Order of finish: Doubles (3,2,1); Singles (5,6,4,1,2,3)New Orleans is in NCAA Division IPrint Friendly Version No. 7 UWF Tops New Orleans 6-3 in Regular Season Finale Share Luiza Sonnervig won in singles and doubles on Sunday (Photo by Bill Stockland)
Russian national boxing team coach Anton Kadushin (left) works with a boxer in Sochi, Russia, on April 24, 2014. Kadushin announced Thursday that he has tested positive for the new coronavirus. | AP GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES KEYWORDS covid-19, Anton Kadushin Your news needs your supportSince the early stages of the COVID-19 crisis, The Japan Times has been providing free access to crucial news on the impact of the novel coronavirus as well as practical information about how to cope with the pandemic. Please consider subscribing today so we can continue offering you up-to-date, in-depth news about Japan. RELATED PHOTOS Moscow – A Russian national boxing team coach has tested positive for COVID-19 after returning home from Olympic qualifiers cut short in London last month.Anton Kadushin, who works with Gleb Bakshi, the 2019 world champion in the middleweight class, wrote on his Instagram page Thursday that he had tested positive for the virus. He said he experienced symptoms including a high temperature on March 25, a few days after returning from the qualifiers, and that he was now at home in self isolation.The head of Russia’s boxing federation, Umar Kremlev, said in a statement on its website that the situation was under control and that Kadushin had a mild case of the virus.Kremlev added that there were no coronavirus cases among the Russian boxers who had returned from London last month.The Olympic qualification tournament in London was halted on March 16 because of the rapidly spreading virus.Three members of the Croatian boxing team, as well as two boxers and a coach from Turkey, tested positive for the coronavirus after returning home from the event.Reuters reported last week that several Russian national team boxers returning from London had posted online pictures or videos that appeared to show them flouting self-isolation rules imposed to slow the spread of the virus. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5
Raheny are one of Ireland’s most successful clubs having won the Women’s National League consecutively in 2013 and 2014, as well as finishing runners-up in its inaugural 2012 season.The first leg will be played at Raheny before the return leg at Ashton Gate on Thursday 16 October. More details on timings and pricing will appear shortly.The Vixens will be making their second appearance in the Women’s Champions League following their debut in 2011. If the Bristol club can make it past Raheny they will face a glamour tie against the winner of the Barcelona – Slavia Prague match.
In celebration of their 100th Anniversary, Food City recently donated more than $100,000 to charitable organizations throughout their market area.“In today’s competitive market place, it’s very rare to see a company celebrating their 100th Anniversary,” says Steven C. Smith, Food City president and chief executive officer. “Food City is extremely proud to have served our friends and neighbors for the past 100 years. We realize this would not be possible without the loyalty and support of our customers and associates. We wanted to show our appreciation by donating an additional $100,000 to some of the charitable organizations that help make our region a better place to live, work and raise our children.”Earlier this year, Food City teamed up with local media partners WYMT, WCYB, WATE and WRCB to introduce their 100th Anniversary Charity Challenge. The promotion began April 18 and continued through May 29, 2018. Participating local charities were selected from each of their four market areas – Southeast Kentucky, Tri-Cities, Knoxville and Chattanooga. The public was encouraged to visit foodcitycharitychallenge.com to vote for their favorite charity.The charity that received the most votes in each market area received $12,500. The second place winners each received $7,500 and third place winners were awarded $5,000 each.“We would certainly like to congratulate our winners and thank all of our participating charities for their hard work and efforts in supporting this exciting community event, as well as our local media partners for the great job they did promoting our Charity Challenge,” adds Smith.Headquartered in Abingdon, Virginia, K-VA-T Food Stores (Food City’s parent company) operates 132 retail outlets throughout southeast Kentucky, southwest Virginia, east Tennessee, Chattanooga and north Georgia. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 06/26/2018-6AM) Share this:FacebookTwitter