# Technical Manual

### Contents

 Section 1 6 Section 2 22 Section 3 96 Section 4 109 Section 5 115 Section 6 126 Section 7 130 Section 8 131
 Section 20 214 Section 21 215 Section 22 216 Section 23 217 Section 24 222 Section 25 228 Section 26 247 Section 27 248

 Section 9 132 Section 10 138 Section 11 140 Section 12 143 Section 13 144 Section 14 161 Section 15 172 Section 16 177 Section 17 190 Section 18 193 Section 19 209
 Section 28 249 Section 29 257 Section 30 259 Section 31 260 Section 32 366 Section 33 369 Section 34 382 Section 35 385 Section 36 386 Section 37 390

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Page 4 - The logarithm of any power of a number is equal to the logarithm of the number multiplied by the exponent of the power.
Page 54 - L Sin d L Tan cd L Cot L Cos d Prop. Pts. 0...
Page 262 - Z" FROM BOTTOM OF TABLE. EXCEPT WHEN "K" IS SAME NAME AND GREATER THAN LATITUDE. IN WHICH CASE TAKE "Z...
Page 4 - FRACTION is a negative number, and is one more than the number of ciphers between the decimal point and the first significant figure.
Page 135 - The dash on the beginning of the hour (shown as 59 minutes 60 seconds) is much longer than the others, ie, 1.3 seconds. In all cases the beginnings of the dashes indicate the beginnings of the seconds, and the ends of the dashes are without significance. It will be noted that the number of dashes sounded in the group at the end of any minute indicates the number of minutes of the signal yet to be sent.
Page 109 - III radioactive materials (as deMinimum separation distance to nearest undeveloped film for various times of transit Transport index Up to 2 hours 2 to 4 hours 4 to 8 hours 8 to 12 hours Over 12 hours Meters Feet Meters Feet Meters Feet Meters Feet Meters Feet 0 1 to 1 0 0.3 0.9 1.2 1.5 2.1 2.4 2.7 1 3 4 5...
Page 254 - Unit Radius By the use of this table, the length of any arc may be found If the length of the radius and the angle of the segment are known. Example: Required the length of arc of segment 32* 15' 27* with radius of 24 feet 3 Inches. From table: Length of arc (Radius 1) for 32* - .5585054 15' - .0043633 27' - .0001309 .5629996 .5629996 x 24.25 (length of radius) - 13.65 feet SOURCE: American Institute of Steel Construction.
Page 267 - WHEN LHA (E. OR W.) IS GREATER THAN 90°, TAKE K...
Page 251 - Lineal feet X .00019 = Miles Lineal yards X .0006 = Miles Square inches X .007 = Square feet Square feet X .111 = Square yards Square yards X .0002067 = Acres Acres X 4840.
Page 56 - ... 0 L. Cos. d. L. Cot. с. d. L. Tan. L. Sin. d.