"OSHA has fact sheets on the most common issues such as hazard communications, chemical safety, fire prevention and safe driving. Also check with the local safety councils for free or low cost classes."
"So to test my understanding of what you explained, then the temperature in the combustion chamber is roughly analogous to the available heat (energy) for increasing pressure at the exhaust, but some of this heat is lost (as decreased temperature) as…"
"This may sound a bit sarcastic, but you could also try selecting the Viewport and choose Tools -> Draw Order -> Send to Back. I know it looks like the same as selecting the leaders and choosing Bring to Front, but sometimes one works better…"
My title is a bit facetious but in reality I would like to know if there is a book or a website that is highly recommended that would give me a basic introduction to the principles of Safety and Risk Management. I am in avation so all of my designs are reviewed by FAA DER persons who know what to look for regarding safety and risks, but I would like to sharpen my general knowledge of the subject to enhance my designs.
I received this inquiry from a friend this morning, and I am not sure how to proceed."In autocad, I inserted a raster image, tiff file. Then I make a viewport for it and I add some leaders to point to stuff. The darn leaders don’t print. They appear to be cover up by the image or something. They work ok if I put the leaders in model space but I would like to put them in paper space. Is there some setting you know of that is affecting this?"Here is the response I gave him, but I really didn't…See More
"Although my background is aerospace I am not well schooled in engines. Why is it necessary for the engines to run at higher temperatures? Do higher temperatures to release more energy from the combustion, or is it more engine crammed into smaller…"