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USA-165
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! USA-165 or XSS-11 (eXperimental Satellite System-11) was a small, low-cost spacecraft developed by the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory's Space Vehicles Directorate to test technology for proximity operations. In particular, the satellite was designed to test the feasibility of in-space repair, inspection, and reconnaissance. The spacecraft was also designed to test systems that would allow spacecraft to maneuver autonomously. USA-165 was built by Lockheed Martin and weighed 125 kg with an excess of 600 m/s delta-v. XSS-11 was launched into Low Earth Orbit on April 11, 2005 on a Minotaur rocket and remained in orbit for over eighteen months.

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Third Generation Photovoltaic Cell
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Third generation photovoltaic cell, also called advanced thin-film photovoltaic cell, is a range of novel alternatives to "first generation" (silicon p-n junction or wafer solar cells) and "second generation" (low-cost, but low-efficiency thin-film) cells. It is an even more advanced version of the thin-film cell. Several new solar cell or photovoltaic technologies, have been proposed or discovered in recent years, due to extensive research and development with a focus on finding more efficient alternatives to traditional silicon solar cells. Research and development in this area generally aims to provide higher efficiency and lower cost per watt of electricity generated. The main criterion Martin Green gives is that the technology aims for extremely high efficiency, "double or triple the 15-20% range currently targeted." The third generation is especially concerned with exceeding the theoretical Shockley-Queisser limit of around 31% for single-junction solar photovoltaic efficiency.

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Die Low-Cost-Hypothese als Erklärungsversuch de...
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Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2002 im Fachbereich Soziologie - Sonstiges, Note: 2, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg (Soziologie), Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Nachdem die Ergebnisse einer grundlegenden Studie von Diekmann und Preisendörfer im Punkt 2 kurz umrissen wurden, folgt im weiteren die Erläuterung ein Ansatzes (Gliederungspunkt 3), welcher versucht die Kluft zwischen dem Umweltbewusstsein und dem tatsächlichen Verhalten der Menschen erklärbar zu machen: die Low - Cost - Hypothese. Ihr liegt die Annahme zu Grunde, dass menschliches Verhalten vor allem durch Kosten gesteuert wird. Dies bedeutet für die anfangs angeführte Problematik, dass das Umweltverhalten am ehesten in Situationen mit geringen Verhaltenszumutungen oder monetären Kosten vom Umweltbewusstsein beeinflusst werden kann. Um die Low - Cost - Hypothese zu veranschaulichen, stelle ich des weiteren zwei Untersuchungen mit Beispielcharakter vor. Im Unterpunkt 3.1 werden Variablen vorgestellt, die das Umweltbewusstsein beeinflussen können. Danach folgen im Punkt 3.2 Bemerkungen und Kritik zum Thema. Den Abschluss dieser Arbeit bilden eine zusammenfassende Schlussbetrachtung und die Quellenangaben.

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Low Intensity Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy
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'An engaging textbook which explores 'low intensity interventions' and modes of delivery whilst placing equal emphasis on the therapeutic value of the relationship between service user and practitioner' - Jane Briddon, APIMH Primary Mental Health Care MSC, University of Manchester This is a practical and jargon-free introduction to the principles, skills and application of Low Intensity Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (LICBT). Tailored specifically for the low intensity practitioner, it shows you how to deliver the approach to service users presenting with common adult mental health problems such as anxiety or depression, and how to use therapy 'vehicles' like supported self-help. Beginning at the initial assessment, the book will guide you all the way through the implementation of interventions to the management of endings - with key case examples threading through the book to illustrate each step. Interactive exercises will encourage your self-development, leaving you with a deeper understanding of the approach. This accessible, evidence-based book is essential reading for Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (PWPs). It will also be useful for health professionals of all kinds who need a practical guide to applying this cost-effective therapy in clinical settings. Mark Papworth is consultant clinical psychologist at Newcastle University. Theresa Marrinan is clinical/academic tutor at Newcastle University. Brad Martin is a consultant clinical psychologist and cognitive therapist in Wellington, New Zealand. Dominique Keegan is a clinical psychologist and cognitive therapist, working in the NHS and as a clinical lecturer on the PGDipCBT at Newcastle University. Anna Chaddock is a clinical psychologist and CBT therapist in Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

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Micromanufacturing
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This international technology assessment study has focused on the emerging global trend toward the miniaturization of manufacturing processes, equipment and systems for microscale components and products, i.e., 'Small Equipment for Small Parts'. It encompasses the creation of miniaturized units or hybrid processes integrated with metrology, material handling and assembly to create microfactories capable of producing microprecision products in a fully automated manner at low cost. The study has investigated both the state-of-the-art as well as emerging technologies from the scientific, technological, and commercialization perspectives across key industrial sectors in the U.S., Asia and Europe including medical, electronics, aerospace, and consumer products. This study does NOT include the lithographic-based processes common to the microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) community. While the U.S. gets high marks for nanotechnology R&D, emphasis in the U.S. on micromanufacturing R&D is lagging behind the rest of the world, particularly in technology transfer and ongoing development. This will undoubtedly have serious long-term implications, since it is well-recognized that micromanufacturing will be a critical enabling technology in bridging the gap between nanoscience and technology developments and their realization in useful products and processes. While examples do exist where U.S. government programs are focused squarely on industry-university-government collaboration, the scale of efforts both in Asia and Europe is significantly larger. On this latter point, Europe appears to be very strong, particularly as these partnerships work to refine and fine-tune developments for industry adaptation and commercialization. TOC:From the contents Foreword.- Table of Contents.- List of Figures.- List of Tables.- Executive Summary.- 1. Introduction: Richard E. DeVor and Kornel F. Ehmann.- 2. Design: Martin L. Culpepper and Thomas R. Kurfess.- 3. Materials: David Bourell and Kamlakar Rajurkar.- 4. Processes: Kamlakar Rajurkar and Marc Madou.- 5. Metrology, Sensors and Control: Thomas R. Kurfess and Thom J. Hodgson.- 6. Non-lithography Applications: Marc Madou.- 7. Business, Education, the Environment, and Other Issues: Thom J. Hodgson.- Appendices: A. Panelist Biographies.- B. Questionnaire for Site Visits.- C. Site Reports-Asia.- D. Site Reports-Europe.- E. Glossary.

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Low-Cost Country Sourcing
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On the basis of a pan-European survey conducted among senior purchasing managers of 200 large-sized multinationals, Martin Lockström identifies internal key success factors of companies sourcing in low-cost countries.

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Low-Cost Country Sourcing
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On the basis of a pan-European survey conducted among senior purchasing managers of 200 large-sized multinationals, Martin Lockström identifies internal key success factors of companies sourcing in low-cost countries.

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Micromanufacturing
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This international technology assessment study has focused on the emerging global trend toward the miniaturization of manufacturing processes, equipment and systems for microscale components and products, i.e., 'Small Equipment for Small Parts'. It encompasses the creation of miniaturized units or hybrid processes integrated with metrology, material handling and assembly to create microfactories capable of producing microprecision products in a fully automated manner at low cost. The study has investigated both the state-of-the-art as well as emerging technologies from the scientific, technological, and commercialization perspectives across key industrial sectors in the U.S., Asia and Europe including medical, electronics, aerospace, and consumer products. This study does NOT include the lithographic-based processes common to the microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) community. While the U.S. gets high marks for nanotechnology R&D, emphasis in the U.S. on micromanufacturing R&D is lagging behind the rest of the world, particularly in technology transfer and ongoing development. This will undoubtedly have serious long-term implications, since it is well-recognized that micromanufacturing will be a critical enabling technology in bridging the gap between nanoscience and technology developments and their realization in useful products and processes. While examples do exist where U.S. government programs are focused squarely on industry-university-government collaboration, the scale of efforts both in Asia and Europe is significantly larger. On this latter point, Europe appears to be very strong, particularly as these partnerships work to refine and fine-tune developments for industry adaptation and commercialization. TOC:From the contents Foreword.- Table of Contents.- List of Figures.- List of Tables.- Executive Summary.- 1. Introduction: Richard E. DeVor and Kornel F. Ehmann.- 2. Design: Martin L. Culpepper and Thomas R. Kurfess.- 3. Materials: David Bourell and Kamlakar Rajurkar.- 4. Processes: Kamlakar Rajurkar and Marc Madou.- 5. Metrology, Sensors and Control: Thomas R. Kurfess and Thom J. Hodgson.- 6. Non-lithography Applications: Marc Madou.- 7. Business, Education, the Environment, and Other Issues: Thom J. Hodgson.- Appendices: A. Panelist Biographies.- B. Questionnaire for Site Visits.- C. Site Reports-Asia.- D. Site Reports-Europe.- E. Glossary.

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Die Low-Cost-Hypothese als Erklärungsversuch de...
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Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2002 im Fachbereich Soziologie - Sonstiges, Note: 2, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg (Soziologie), Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Nachdem die Ergebnisse einer grundlegenden Studie von Diekmann und Preisendörfer im Punkt 2 kurz umrissen wurden, folgt im weiteren die Erläuterung ein Ansatzes (Gliederungspunkt 3), welcher versucht die Kluft zwischen dem Umweltbewusstsein und dem tatsächlichen Verhalten der Menschen erklärbar zu machen: die Low - Cost - Hypothese. Ihr liegt die Annahme zu Grunde, dass menschliches Verhalten vor allem durch Kosten gesteuert wird. Dies bedeutet für die anfangs angeführte Problematik, dass das Umweltverhalten am ehesten in Situationen mit geringen Verhaltenszumutungen oder monetären Kosten vom Umweltbewusstsein beeinflusst werden kann. Um die Low - Cost - Hypothese zu veranschaulichen, stelle ich des weiteren zwei Untersuchungen mit Beispielcharakter vor. Im Unterpunkt 3.1 werden Variablen vorgestellt, die das Umweltbewusstsein beeinflussen können. Danach folgen im Punkt 3.2 Bemerkungen und Kritik zum Thema. Den Abschluss dieser Arbeit bilden eine zusammenfassende Schlussbetrachtung und die Quellenangaben.

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