Development of Alternative Actions Alternative Action 1. The alternative action would be to implement ground-based navigation aids such as VHF omni-directional radio range and Non-Directional beacons. Advantages. The advantages would be accurate flight planning, dead reckoning, and pilotage for the airmail pilots to travel the country safely and accurately. This would resolve the issue of pilots becoming lost along the airmail routes and accidents caused by terrain and some adverse weather conditions.
Explaining Ethnorace Thesis: With existing schematization presenting a range of issues in society, Alcoff’s theory of ethnorace provides effective ways to resolve the issues present within it. Fanon and Young on Schematization: Fanon and Young’s texts provide excellent accounts that allow schematization to be understood from different perspectives. In The Lived Experience of the Black, Fanon recounts and compares his experience around other “black” people (like himself), and around “white” people. These experiences, according to Fanon, brought about the experience of skin color. In his interaction with other black people, Fanon simply felt as one in the space and therefore, “belonging.” He states that "as long as the Black is with his own,
Earthquake resistant designing for low rise structures the equivalent static method is enough. Tall structures are needed more than two modes and mass weight of each story to design earthquake resistant loads. Equivalent static method is not suitable to design high rise structures and dynamic analysis method to be used for high rise
3.0 Introduction The review guides to an argument of recent unique understandings about the role of both human and non-human actors in any process. Various academics and times past have documented time and again that existing hazard mitigation measures unaided are insufficient (De Silva 1981; Mileti, 1999; UNISDR2007; Peacock et al., 2009). 3.2 Hazard Mitigation Strategies known approaches It is implicit that hazards are impractical to predict (Neisser2014). Many scholars believe that hazard can be prevented based on how people plan their communities in the bid to accomplish the purpose of mitigation (Milet 1999; Madamombe 2004). The common non-structural hazard mitigation embraces the following: 3.2.1 Open system approach The Open systems
In this case, I choose to avoid the situation entirely because I did not want to experience the emotions that I would have experienced if I had broken up with her in person. This avoidance of emotion triggering situations is known as encounter avoidance and is a method of preventing unwanted emotions (McCornack, 2016). In contrast to this situation in which I showed low
But, with a given architecture of a robot arm and a given working environment, restrictions of workspace, dexterity and obstacles call for additional degree(s) of free- dom. In such cases, as a human being uses additional freedoms of the body to supplement the capabilities of the arm for enhancing the reach, manipulate objects comfortably and reach below the table or around the corner objects, additional degrees of freedom can be provided in the robot arm with extra joints and links. Such robots are called redundant robots (because they use more inputs than necessary) and are used for the purposes of workspace enhancement and avoidance of singularities and obstacles. With a redundant robot, a particular point can be reached in infinite number of ways — to choose one of those infinite ways is the problem of redundancy resolution, which is solved by optimizing the
The alternate load path method has been selected by interventions including the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA 2003) as the preferred approach for provided that resistance to progressive collapse. In the DOD UFC 4-023-04 (DOD 2005), this method is used when the required vertical tie abilities cannot be obtained in low level of protection (LLOP) structures designed by the indirect method. It is also used in structures chosen as requiring a medium level of protection (MLOP) or high level of protection (HLOP) when design by the indirect method is not possible. The alternate load path method offers a recognised check of the ability of the structural system to resist the removal of precise elements, such as a column at the building perimeter. The method does not require explanation of the risk causing loss of the element, and is, therefore, a risk independent approach.
Building on Haddon’s insights, the “systems” approach seeks to identify and rectify the major sources of error or design weakness that contribute to fatal and severe injury crashes, as well as to mitigate the severity and consequences of injury by: reducing exposure to risk; preventing road traffic crashes from occurring; reducing the severity of injury in the event of a crash; Reducing the consequences of injury through improved post-collision care. 1. System-wide Approach In order to achieve better performance in road safety it is necessary to establish more effective road safety management. New road safety management structure has been distinguished by international organizations such as the World Health, (OECD 1994); the World Bank, (Bliss, T. 2004); (OECD, 2002) and (ECMT 2004), It would suffice to use it as a tool while planning and managing the road safety