Strokes Maker 2.0 _TOP_
The software uses original algorithms to calculate vector strokes based on initial raster images. It renders halftones and image relief. Thousands of strokes interrupt and intersect under different angles, turn from continuous to dotted line, disappear and emerge again, changing their path and forming a unique of kind high-quality vector image.
A two-stroke (or two-stroke cycle) engine is a type of internal combustion engine that completes a power cycle with two strokes (up and down movements) of the piston during one power cycle, this power cycle being completed in one revolution of the crankshaft. A four-stroke engine requires four strokes of the piston to complete a power cycle during two crankshaft revolutions. In a two-stroke engine, the end of the combustion stroke and the beginning of the compression stroke happen simultaneously, with the intake and exhaust (or scavenging) functions occurring at the same time.
Piston port is the simplest of the designs and the most common in small two-stroke engines. All functions are controlled solely by the piston covering and uncovering the ports as it moves up and down in the cylinder. In the 1970s, Yamaha worked out some basic principles for this system. They found that, in general, widening an exhaust port increases the power by the same amount as raising the port, but the power band does not narrow as it does when the port is raised. However, a mechanical limit exists to the width of a single exhaust port, at about 62% of the bore diameter for reasonable piston ring life. Beyond this, the piston rings bulge into the exhaust port and wear quickly. A maximum 70% of bore width is possible in racing engines, where rings are changed every few races. Intake duration is between 120 and 160°. Transfer port time is set at a minimum of 26°. The strong, low-pressure pulse of a racing two-stroke expansion chamber can drop the pressure to -7 psi when the piston is at bottom dead center, and the transfer ports nearly wide open. One of the reasons for high fuel consumption in two-strokes is that some of the incoming pressurized fuel-air mixture is forced across the top of the piston, where it has a cooling action, and straight out the exhaust pipe. An expansion chamber with a strong reverse pulse stops this outgoing flow. A fundamental difference from typical four-stroke engines is that the two-stroke's crankcase is sealed and forms part of the induction process in gasoline and hot bulb engines. Diesel two-strokes often add a Roots blower or piston pump for scavenging.
Direct injection has considerable advantages in two-stroke engines. In carburetted two-strokes, a major problem is a portion of the fuel/air mixture going directly out, unburned, through the exhaust port, and direct injection effectively eliminates this problem. Two systems are in use, low-pressure air-assisted injection and high-pressure injection.
Penalty for Playing Incorrectly SubstitutedSubstitute: To change the ball the player is using to play a hole by having another ball become the ball in play.(...Continued) Ball or Playing Ball from a Wrong PlaceWrong Place: Any place on the course other than where the player is required or allowed to play his or her ball under the Rules.(...Continued) in Breach of Rule 11.1: General PenaltyGeneral Penalty: Loss of hole in match play or two penalty strokes in stroke play. under Rule 6.3b or 14.7a.
Penalty for Playing Incorrectly SubstitutedSubstitute: To change the ball the player is using to play a hole by having another ball become the ball in play.(...Continued) Ball or Playing Ball from a Wrong PlaceWrong Place: Any place on the course other than where the player is required or allowed to play his or her ball under the Rules.(...Continued) in Breach of Rule 11.2: General PenaltyGeneral Penalty: Loss of hole in match play or two penalty strokes in stroke play. under Rule 6.3b or 14.7a.
However, Kawasaki opted for simplicity over and above innovation and aiming for technical advancement with the engine. Instead of turning to reed-valves that other manufacturers were implementing in their two strokes, Kawasaki decided to stick to a piston-port design.
I was a street racer back in the day. How I didn't crash and or kill myself on my blue baby is a mystery and in God's hands. My sweetheart ? told me she'd marry me if I sold the bike. The new owner totalled it on Day Two and nearly killed himself. The Widowmaker was rendered obsolete when Kawasaki came out with the 900!
Stroke is one of the leading causes of death and long-term disability in the United States. Though advances in interventions have improved patient survival after stroke, prognostication of long-term functional outcomes remains challenging, thereby complicating discussions of treatment goals. Stroke patients who require intensive care unit care often do not have the capacity themselves to participate in decision making processes, a fact that further complicates potential end-of-life care discussions after the immediate post-stroke period. Establishing clear, consistent communication with surrogates through shared decision-making represents best practice, as these surrogates face decisions regarding artificial nutrition, tracheostomy, code status changes, and withdrawal or withholding of life-sustaining therapies. Throughout decision-making, clinicians must be aware of a myriad of factors affecting both provider recommendations and surrogate concerns, such as cognitive biases. While decision aids have the potential to better frame these conversations within intensive care units, aids specific to goals-of-care decisions for stroke patients are currently lacking. This mini review highlights the difficulties in decision-making for critically ill ischemic stroke and intracerebral hemorrhage patients, beginning with limitations in current validated clinical scales and clinician subjectivity in prognostication. We outline processes for identifying patient preferences when possible and make recommendations for collaborating closely with surrogate decision-makers on end-of-life care decisions.
Strokes Maker has been designed for creation of black-and-white and color shaped vector images on the basis of the initial raster image.Strokes Maker allows to create analogues of etchings and engravings in a semi-automatic mode.The artist has tools at his disposal of automatic filling of shaped areas, and of manual drawing to a line of a stroke with the subsequent automatic calculation of strokes.The light version of the program includes basic tools which can be quite enough for creation of complex black-and-white and color shaped images.
This item is large, and may take some time to download.DescriptionAnki- xiě hànzì (写汉字）Learn, read, write and practice Mandarin by drawing strokes in Anki Desktop, AnkiDroid and AnkiMobile with audio of HSK1 to HSK6 characters.Visit Anki-xiehanzi for more.Updates 2021-04-10- Removed custom card layout. Previous version can be downloaded from GitHubreleasesUpdates 2020-07-12- Added option to change default settings at beginning of review.- Minor bug fixesUpdates 2020-08-27- Bug fixesUpdates 2020-08-17- Added custom card layouts. (For AnkiDroid only, Turn full screen and hide top barAnkiDroid -> Settings -> Reviewing -> Fullscreen mode -> Hide the system bars&AnkiDroid -> Settings -> Reviewing -> Show Top Bar (Uncheck))Feautres- Night mode- Change size of characters- Change drawing stroke width- HSK1 - HSK6 audio included in the decks- Practice simplified as well as traditional characters- Show or hide Simplified, Traditional characters, Pinyin or Meaning- View meaning by opening on phone.- View character details using - View mnemonics of characters using - Draw characters to learn Mandarin with Simplified, Traditional, Pinyin and Meaning- Indicator at bottom for showing if character loaded or not (```green - loaded, red - not loaded or some error```)LicenseLicense.md Sample (from 5000 notes) Cards are customizable! When this deck is imported into the desktop program, cards will appear as the deck author has made them. If you'd like to customize what appears on the front and back of a card, you can do so by clicking the Edit button, and then clicking the Cards button. Simplified 称号 Traditional 稱號 Pinyin chēnghào Audio Meaning title; term of address Tags Simplified 神仙 Traditional 神仙 Pinyin shénxiān Audio Meaning fig. lighthearted person; Daoist immortal; supernatural entity; (in modern fiction) fairy, elf, leprechaun, etc.; supernatural being, celestial being, immortal; a person who has the power of clairvoyance or who is free from worldly cares Tags Simplified 汉语 Traditional 漢語 Pinyin Hànyǔ Audio Meaning Chinese language Tags After the file is downloaded, double-click on it to open it in the desktop program.
So what you need to do after outlining strokes is to check them in outline view. These two shapes are both blue and should therefore be merged. You can select them and then use the Pathfinder > Unite to do it.
There are two major types of stroke. The most common kind, ischemic, is caused by a blood clot or the narrowing of a blood vessel (an artery) leading to the brain. This keeps blood from flowing into other parts of the brain and keeps needed oxygen and nutrients from reaching brain cells. Blockages that cause ischemic strokes stem from three conditions:
All strokes benefit from immediate medical treatment! But only people with ischemic stroke, the kind caused by a blood clot, can be helped by a drug called t-PA (tissue-plasminogen activator). This drug breaks up blood clots and can greatly lessen the damage caused by an ischemic stroke. Starting treatment with t-PA within three hours after an ischemic stroke is important to recovery. To be evaluated and receive treatment, patients need to get to the hospital within 60 minutes. Getting to a hospital right away allows time for a CT scan of the brain. This scan will show whether the clot-busting medicine is the right treatment choice. 2b1af7f3a8