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Civil Drafting Technology Im Sup - Isbn:9780130498700

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  • Book Title: Civil Drafting Technology Im Sup
  • ISBN 13: 9780130498700
  • ISBN 10: 013049870X
  • Author: Madsen, Shumaker
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  • Format & Number of pages: 90 pages, book
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9789004190429 The Draft Civil Code Of The People s Republic Of China by prepared By The Legislative Research Group Of Chinese Academy Of Social Scienc

Content:
Fundamental principles
Natural persons
Juristic persons, unincorporated associations
Objects of rights
Juristic acts
Agency
Limitation of actions
Date, period
General rules
Ownership
Use right of residential land
Farmland use right
Neighboring land use right
Right of pawnage
Mortgage right
Right of pledge
Right of retention
Chattel mortgage
Possession
General provisions
Causes of obligation
Categories of obligations
Performance of obligation
Preservation of obligations
Modification and transfer of obligation
Extinguishment of obligations
General provisions
Establishment of contracts
Effect of contracts
Termination and dissolution of contract
Performance of contracts
Liability for breach of contract
Sales contracts
Electricity, water, gas and heat supply contracts
Contracts of donation
Contracts of lease
Financial leasing contracts
Deposit contract
Loan contracts
Contracts of loan for use
Employment contracts
Manufacturing contracts
Contracts for construction projects
Contracts for build-operate projects
Contracts of carriage
Contracts of mandate
Contracts of brokerage
Intermediation contracts
Technology contracts
Storage contracts
Warehouse service contracts
Property management contracts
Teaching and training contracts
Medical service contracts
Dining contracts
Lodging contracts
Travel service contracts
Performance contracts
Publication contracts
Partnership contracts
Guarantee contracts
Independent guarantee contracts
General provisions
One's own tortious act
Liability for the torts of others
Quasi tort: liability without fault
Civil liability in tort
General provisions
Kinship
Marriage
Relationship between spouses
Divorce
Parents and children
Adoption
Maintenance
Guardianship and curatorship
General provisions
Intestate inheritance
Testamentary disposition
Legacy-support agreement
Disposition of estate.

ISBNPlus ID: LOC.V39.55823-1-2648755
Form: Nonfiction
LC Call No: KNQ500 .D73 2010
Dewey Decimal: 346.51
Released Date: 20110125

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Drafting & Design Technology

Drafting & Design Technology

The Drafting & Design Technology (DDT) program offers a wide variety of opportunities to students interested in pursuing a career in the drafting and design technology field. Students can earn an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Drafting and Design Technology degree. After completion of the AAS in DDT, a student could choose to continue on their formal education to earn a Bachelor of Science in Applied Science (BSAS) in either Civil and Construction Engineering Technology or Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET).

Graduates of the AAS program are prepared to support civil or mechanical engineers in basic design and drafting, construction, inspection, and testing. Most graduates are hired by civil or mechanical consulting engineers, and contractors.

Many students accept full or part-time employment after earning the AAS Degree and finish a BSAS degree in either CCET or MET by taking evening classes. The AAS degree in DDT is not accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, Inc. (TAC/ABET), if the student chooses to continue their formal education and earn a BSAS, the BSAS degrees are accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, Inc. (TAC/ABET), With the proper experience under the direction of a licensed professional engineer, the Bachelor Degree graduate may sit for the fundamental exam and professional engineer's exam in many states.

Both the School of Technology and the Drafting & Design Technology (DDT) have developed Education Objective's supporting the University, College, and School of Technology mission statements. The DDT educational outcomes are aligned with the University's mission statement to serve the needs of Youngstown State University 's diverse population. The DDT faculty drafts each objective and presents them to the DDT Industrial Advisory committee for review, suggestions, and approval. This occurs in May or June of each year.

Graduates of the AAS program are prepared to support civil or mechanical engineers in basic design and drafting, construction, inspection, and testing. Most graduates are hired by civil or mechanical consulting engineers, and contractors.

Below are the Program Educational Objectives that describe the accomplishments of graduates during their first few years after completion of the Drafting & Design Technology program at YSU, graduates will have demonstrated the ability to:

  • Secure employment in a technical career related to their Drafting and Design Technology degree.
  • Communicate effectively in a professional environment.
  • Continue growth in professional knowledge and skills.
  • Achieve recognition consistent with their educational achievements.

Graduates in Drafting and Design Technology will have the following:

Associate in Applied Science Degree Program

The following learning (educational) outcomes apply to the Drafting & Design Technology program within the College of Engineering & Technology. Graduates of the Associate Degree DDT program will possess the following competencies upon graduation

Learning Outcome 1: be able to apply principles of mathematics and applied science, to perform technical calculations and solve technical problems of the types commonly encountered in construction or civil engineering technology careers.

Learning Outcome 2: demonstrate the ability to identify, formulate, and present creative solutions to technical problems in a variety of specialty areas within the broad fields of civil and construction engineering technology.

Learning Outcome 3: be able to function competently in a laboratory setting, making measurements, operating technical equipment, critically examining experimental results, and properly reporting on experimental results, including their potential for improvement.

Learning Outcome 4: be able to use modern computational tools for technical problem solving, including scientific calculators, computers, and appropriate software.

Learning Outcome 5: demonstrate a broad education and knowledge of contemporary issues in a global and societal context, as necessary to develop professional and ethical responsibility, including responsibility to employers and to society at large.

Learning Outcome 6: recognize the need for life-long learning and possess the skills to maintain and improve technical and non-technical abilities.

Learning Outcome 7: demonstrate an ability to communicate and function effectively with members of multi-disciplinary teams from a variety of backgrounds.

Learning Outcome 8: demonstrate an ability to utilize computer software applications used in civil and construction engineering technology such as CAD, spreadsheets, word processing, and basic programming.

Students in the drafting and design technology program may choose to complete two years of study and earn an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree. The AAS degree provides early access to employment in engineering support positions. Upon completion of the AAS degree, the student may continue on for the Bachelor of Science in Applied Science (BSAS) degree in either Civil & Construction Engineering Technology or Mechanical Engineering Technology. This program provides additional coursework, continuing the student’s growth to that of an engineering technologist or designer.

The Drafting & Design Technology Program retains its tradition as a small school in maintaining close contact between its students and faculty. The Drafting & Design Technology program also utilizes dynamic part-time faculty who use their expertise and experience to bring the students a real-world education.

  • Jessica Hively
  • Donald Crum
  • David White
  • Joseph Steines, AIA

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Civil Aviation Ministry Awaits Home Minister s Inputs On Policy For Using Drones

Civil Aviation Ministry Awaits Home Minister's Inputs On Policy For Using Drones

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation had banned the commercial use of drones in 2014.

New Delhi: After stakeholder consultations, the Civil Aviation Ministry is now awaiting final inputs from the Home Ministry for deciding the regulations on the commercial use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), including drones.

Aviation regulator DGCA banned the use of UAVs for commercial purposes in October 2014 amid concerns over security. In April 2016, the watchdog came out with draft norms for public consultations but there is yet to be a final decision the issue.

Recently, officials from the Civil Aviation Ministry held discussions with their counterparts in the Home Ministry about the proposed regulations for UAVs, including drones and others.

A senior official said views from the Home Ministry are awaited on the matter.

"We had a meeting with the Home Ministry officials. We have requested for inputs on our proposed policy on drones and expedite the matter. As soon as we get their inputs, we will be putting out the policy on drones," he said.

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) in its draft regulations had proposed that drone users would have to secure a permit and a unique identification number for their operations.


In the wake of technological advancements in UAVs over the years and their increased use, it has become necessary to develop guidance material to regulate their activities, according to officials.

There have been growing instances of drones and other UAVs coming into the flight paths of aircraft, especially near busy airports, leading some of these countries to formulate rules to regulate these operations.

"Civilian use of UAS (unmanned aircraft system) includes damage assessment of property and life in areas affected with natural calamities, surveys; critical infrastructure monitoring, among others.

"UA (unmanned aircraft) operations present problems to the regulator in terms of ensuring safety of other users of airspace and persons on the ground," it had said.

In October 2014, the government had banned the use of UAVs by any non-government agency, organisation or an individual.

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Civil Engineering Technology - Seneca - Toronto, Canada

Civil Engineering Technology

Ontario College Advanced Diploma

Program Description

Build your future as you build the world.

Our renowned Civil Engineering Technology (CVT) program prepares you to be a dynamic participant in the design and creation of our built environment where humans live. This ranges from the metropolitan infrastructure of bridges, airports and harbours to the neighbourhood design of water supply systems, sewage disposal, residential layout and areas such as water management, the resource issue of the 21st century.

Your studies will be grounded in the skills and knowledge that are most important to employers. They include: advanced computer software packages (AutoCAD, MicroStation, Civil 3D, Revit); new developments in highway design and building information modeling; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); municipal and building design; construction inspection, supervision and management; and field skills in surveying, as well as soils and materials testing.

This program provides an intensive learning experience at the second and third year levels. You'll work independently and in teams, produce a comprehensive, professional technology report by the end of the program and demonstrate progression towards becoming a professional engineering technologist. If you fail to maintain a GPA of at least 2.5 during your first year and during each subsequent semester, you'll be transferred to the technician program. In exceptional cases, this requirement may be waived by the Promotion Committee.

Admission Requirements
  • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent with:
    • Grade 12 English: ENG4(C) or ENG4(U)
    • Grade 12 Mathematics: (C) or (U) or Grade 11 Mathematics: MCR3(U)
  • OR Mature Student Status (age 19 or older) with the above prerequisite course(s), their equivalent(s) or appropriate Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) Certificate program credits (see Academic Upgrading ).
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Your Career

Design and create the environment around you. As a Civil Engineering Technologist, you’ll find career opportunities in consulting engineering firms, government, private contractors, municipalities, utilities and telecommunication firms. Graduates of this diploma program are prepared for success in a wide range of employment fields including: topographic, location and construction control surveys; municipal and transportation planning and design; design drafting and estimating; structural design in steel, concrete and wood; soils and materials testing/evaluation; concrete and asphalt quality control; and construction supervision. Your career could include roles as a designer, supervisor, project manager, contractor or inspector on construction projects, subdivisions, and environmental protection and enhancement initiatives.

Co-operative Education Option

Students of both the Civil Engineering Technology program and the Civil Engineering Technician program can benefit from an optional co-operative education program. Once you've completed semester one with passing grades in all subjects and have met appropriate GPA requirements, you'll be eligible to apply.

There are valuable services to facilitate placement opportunities available for students enrolling in the program. You'll gain access to them through Co-op Professional Practice and co-op facilities. The co-op program consists of two mandatory work terms from May to August that provide a wealth of valuable course-related experience, employer contacts and greater opportunities for permanent placement after graduation.

The co-op application process begins in the Fall term offering of semester one. Students beginning their studies in the January start-up are ineligible to participate in a co-op summer work-term.

Professional Certification

The Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT) recognizes the Civil Engineering Technology program as meeting all the academic requirements for certification either in the Technician or Technologist category. Application and additional requirements (i.e. work experience and qualifying professional practice exam, etc.) to become certified are available from OACETT .

Transfer Credit/Pathways

The Degree and Credit Transfer Office provides a number of services for students continuing their education at Seneca, and for graduating students considering degree transfer options.

Through transfer agreements and institution partnerships, graduates of this Seneca College program may be eligible for credit at various post-secondary institutions. Please refer to the Degree Transfer Guide for more information.

Transfer Credit may be granted for courses deemed equivalent to courses at Seneca that have been completed at recognized postsecondary institutions. Additional information is available online .

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Technology Stocks Betting on Next Generation Broadband Wireless Advancements and In-flight Enhancements

Technology Stocks Betting on Next Generation Broadband Wireless Advancements and In-flight Enhancements

CORAL SPRINGS, FL, Oct. 31, 2016 (Canada NewsWire via COMTEX) -- As the race heats up to create the most innovative and unique in-flight connectivity services and products, funding for new technology advancements and acquisitions increases as tech leaders aim to build unique revenue stream as a result of infusing evolving technology into various aviation/drone/aerospace operations. Tech stocks in the markets of note include: Gogo, Inc. GOGO, -2.36% Airborne Wireless Network ABWN, -0.52% Globalstar, Inc. GSAT, +3.45% Rockwell Collins Inc. COL, +0.10% and Facebook Inc. FB, +0.63%

Airborne Wireless Network (otcqb:ABWN) is pleased to announce that on October 28, 2016 it submitted its application and related documentation with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for initial certification. The application outlines a civilian air-to-air communication system, a first of its kind. The company's application cover letter states "Airborne Wireless Network is making application for a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for a broadband transceiver system to be installed in Boeing 757-200 aircraft. This new patented broadband system will provide light weight, low power, low cost, microwave relay stations on equipped aircraft. The new system provides a chain of airborne repeaters providing communications along the entire flight paths. The purpose of the new project is to replace low-earth orbit (LEO) communication satellites with broadband wireless communications networks linking aircraft to aircraft and ground stations".

This FAA application is significant as the company intends to expand on this initial certification program to include multiple aircraft types, including all major airframes actively flying in the worlds airline fleets. Since our system is to be deployed on existing commercial aircraft, and not on unmanned platforms, there are no limitations on flights over populated areas, making it the most affordable and practical way to achieve future global connectivity.

In other technology news & developments in the markets this week:

Gogo Inc. GOGO, -2.36% a leader in connected airplanes, last week announced it is expanding its in-flight entertainment (IFE) service, Gogo Vision, to better serve its international customer base by offering studio-licensed movies and TV episodes in seven languages. Gogo is the leading provider of wireless in-flight entertainment in business and commercial aviation. The enhanced language capabilities are part of a larger initiative to provide the broadest entertainment offerings for customers worldwide, and in the United States, to choose from while in flight, and will be available in early 2017.

Globalstar, Inc. GSAT, +3.45% and its partner, ADS-B Technologies, announced last month the completion of the NASA Langley Research Center research flight with the Cirrus SR22 Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Surrogate designed to test the operation of the ADS-B Link Augmentation System (ALAS). Initial results indicated continuous communication between the aircraft and Globalstar's satellite system with only brief interruptions during extreme maneuvering, which reconnected quickly.

Rockwell Collins Inc. COL, +0.10% a global leader in high-integrity solutions for aerospace and defense, and B/E Aerospace Inc. (BEAV), the world's leading manufacturer of aircraft cabin interior products, recently announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement under which Rockwell Collins will acquire B/E Aerospace for approximately $6.4 billion in cash and stock, plus the assumption of $1.9 billion in net debt.

Facebook Inc. FB, +0.63% Communications Developments: Recently filed documents with the FCC show that Facebook has requested the right to operate an experimental radio in the 2.4 GHz band. "The purpose of this operation is to test potential new communications applications and equipment in a controlled, low-altitude airborne environment," one filing says. Read more at http://www.businessinsider.com/facebook-to-test-wireless-equipment-on-small-drone-2016-10

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