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NR/L2/TEL/30036 ISSUE 4 - BOOSTER TRANSFORMER OUTAGES: MANAGING THE CONSEQUENCES FOR TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS - COMPLIANCE DATE: 26 AUGUST 2008 Organization: NR
Date: 2008-08-26
Description: This specification applies to all staff who may be required to pass on information regarding booster transformer outages, to those staff who shall determine the practical consequences and to all staff working on telecoms cables or circuits connected to them in areas electrified by the 25kV AC overhead line electrification system and who may, as a result, have to implement additional safety precautions when a booster transformer is strapped out of service in accordance with Network Rail Company Procedure NR/SP/ELP/24011.
ASTM F2022 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR PERFORMANCE OF BOOSTER HEATERS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2001-01-01
Description: The preheat test is not applicable to booster heaters built without water storage and will not have auxiliary water storage connected to the booster heater to complete the water heating system. Idle (standby) energy rate (9.8).
NASA-LLIS-0463 - LESSONS LEARNED - ATLAS BOOSTER ENGINE PRECISION REGULATOR - ATLAS/CENTAUR PROGRAM Organization: NASA
Date: 1994-07-25
Description: The investigation team concluded that the precision regulator in the booster engine system failed. The output pressure of this regulator controls the output power level of the booster engine, which caused the decline in thrust.
ESDU 85044 - FLUID TRANSIENTS IN PIPES. PRESSURE SURGE FOLLOWING BOOSTER PUMP TRIP. SUPPRESSION USING PUMP BYPASS. Organization: ESDU
Date: 2007-03-01
Description: ESDU 85044 gives a graphical method of estimating the magnitudes of the surge pressures following power failure to a booster pump that is protected by a one-way valve preventing reverse flow through the pump.
MODUK - DEF STAN 02-314 - COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEMS - ISSUE 3: 10/2005; CATEGORY 2; REPRINTED 1ST SEPTEMBER 2012 INCORPORATING AMENDMENT 2 DATED 1ST SEPTEMBER 2012 Organization: MODUK
Date: 2005-10-07
Description: This Defence Standard specifies the requirements, and provides guidance information, for the design, installation and testing of compressed air systems in HM Surface Ships and Submarines.
SAE J2671 - REDUCED EFFORT BRAKES AND REDUCED EFFORT VACUUM POWERED BRAKE BACKUP SYSTEMS Organization: SAE
Date: 2004-08-01
Description: This Information Report relates to a special class of automotive adaptive equipment which consists of modifications to the power brake booster systems provided as original equipment of motor vehicles.
NR - GK/GN0622 - GUIDANCE ON IMMUNISATION OF SIGNALLING AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS AGAINST ELECTRICAL INTERFERENCE FROM 50 HZ SINGLE PHASE A.C. ELECTRIFICATION Organization: NR
Date: 2012-09-01
Description: BR 13422 was written regarding the 6 .25 kV and 25 kV electrification system using booster transformer technology. It does not include autotransformers and booster less electrification systems using a return screen conductor.
NASA - NACA-TR-868 - SUMMARY OF LATERAL-CONTROL RESEARCH Organization: NASA
Date: 1947-01-01
Description: The effects of Mach number, boundary layer, and distortion of the wing or of the lateral-control system are considered insofar as the available information permits. An example is included to illustrate the use of the design data.
NPFC - MIL-STD-3029 - HOT GUN COOK-OFF HAZARDS ASSESSMENT, TEST AND ANALYSIS Organization: NPFC
Date: 2009-07-23
Description: This standard applies to all-up non-nuclear gun propelling charges and projectiles (e.g., which may contain fuzes, booster charges, warheads, and rocket motors). It is not possible to test all hot gun conditions; however, a comprehensive range of realistic firing scenarios should be evaluated through a minimum of testing and an analytical extrapolation of data from those tests.
CSA C22.2 NO 113 - FANS AND VENTILATORS - TENTH EDITION; UPDATE NO. 1: OCTOBER 2016 Organization: CSA
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: This Standard applies to roof and wall-mounted power ventilators, exhaust and filter units consisting of an air-circulating fan and a mechanical filter, fans for use in unattended areas, clothes dryer booster fans for use in the exhaust duct of household clothes dryers, blowers intended for household, commercial or industrial use, and air curtains without any heating.

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