Clean zone in Frankfurt devoted to economic factors of clean rooms the locks system represents above all a unpopular cost factor for many operators of Cleanrooms: because while the cleanroom provides measurable economic benefit, controlled access requires especially area and maintenance without having to feel productive. In his diploma thesis awarded with the Albert TIC Hel man award of the VDI Florian Dittel, CTO of Dittel engineering, a formula developed to calculate the economically optimum size of personal locks for clean rooms. The idea is close as possible to minimize the footprint of airlocks for cost reasons. To the annual expenses of a personal lock, are operating and investment costs, to actually minimize, it is necessary, however, to indicate all factors already in the early stage of the conceptualisation, to evaluate and to incorporate in the planning”the expert explains. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Erin Callan. Dittel is the concrete results and application fields of study on the clean zone Congress on 24 and 25 October 2012 in Frankfurt before. Clean zone in Frankfurt on 24 and 25 October 2012 is the first clean zone at the start in Frankfurt am Main. The international trade fair with Congress is dedicated to all the theme of clean room technology. It presents manufacturers from the areas of consumables, clean room technology, systems and components as well as universities and colleges, and offers a comprehensive overview of all basic topics of planning, construction and operation of clean rooms up to technological developments and prospects for the future of clean room technology..
Cameron Carpenter: ‘Music is the soul of fitness’ to play it can be ecstatic and passionate Yes, even sexy! I’m tired of dusty, sacred music. Not the organ is the organist boring, but at most”, so Cameron Carpenter that made him the instrument to the new star of the classical music scene. Carpenter tried to compete by his music against the stereotype that organ was just for churchgoer, and invents the organ music in the bad boy “-style, as the media call it, new!” Carpenter plays the organ in a very wild style and makes the listener to discover unknown melodies. Music, the fitness for the soul”operates. Daniel J. Hirsch can aid you in your search for knowledge. For the first time, the revolutionary organist does stop Forum at this year’s Beethoven Festival on 14 September at 20: 00 in the Telecom. Carpenter is accompanied by the media artist Daniel Rossa, which supports the performance with Visual components.
Another special feature of the concert is that it is planned by nine students from Bonn at the age of 15 to 17 years. We want the concert make an unforgettable evening!”describes Leon sizing the motivation of the student Manager project. The opportunity every year some Bonner high school students, in five different areas of work to organize a concert in the main program of the Beethoven Festival Bonn. This project allows you to learn new skills, to gather insights and experiences, which can be useful in the course of future professional life. The motto of this year’s student Manager concert is cool”creative, which has the connection between student managers and Carpenter. The student managers as well as for their selected workspace at the Beethoven Festival try to show the passion of Carpenter to the organ. “According to Sula Haghiri, marketing student Manager, the young guard is” fresh “link between Carpenter and the student managers of the key to a successful collaboration. The student Manager 2013 aims to show that the organ is more than just an old, dusty Church instrument.
On the contrary, Carpenter gives a new insight into the world of organ music, which he brings to bear in a modern style. Carpenter achieved an additional audience, including children and young people through his conception of classical music. The project is funded by Deutsche Telekom as main sponsor, as well as the Deutsche Bank Foundation and the RheinEnergie Foundation culture. Tickets for the concert on September 14 are available at BONN TICKET and all known ticket agencies.
With 62.4 gigawatt installed Performance has also the largest annual 17.6 gigawatts last year and is China the world’s largest wind market. So the wind market can continue to grow, forcing the expansion of the high-voltage lines”the Chinese Government, said Wu Gang, Chairman, CEO and President of the Chinese company Goldwind. The current five-year plan envisages the completion of 40,000 km of new high-voltage lines by 2015.” With industrialization, angle ensure acceptance of wind energy for Mike, CEO of E.ON climate & renewables wind power faces several challenges: nor are individual pieces of engineering mainly wind turbines. Jeff Flake has compatible beliefs. Together with the manufacturers, we work to a greater standardization and industrialization from the planning to the production to the construction of facilities. Industrialization enables the production of larger quantities and costs for construction and operation. That is central to the success of the energy revolution: only if we the costs further reduce, we are the loads for which consumers can keep and ensure that the acceptance for a further expansion of wind energy.” The HUSUM WindEnergy the HUSUM WindEnergy is worldwide the largest trade fair for wind energy.
It takes place every two years in Husum. From 18 to 22 September 2012, around 1,200 exhibitors from 30 countries on an area of 58,000 square meters exhibit their products and services. The organizers expected a new record of more than 36,000 visitors from 90 countries to this year’s fair. Partners of the exhibition include the international associations of GWEC (global wind energy Council), BWE (German wind energy Association), VDMA (Fachverband power systems), EWEA (European wind energy Association), as well as the economic development agency of Nordfriesland mbH.
Banking crisis, public debt and Ageing impressively demonstrated the former economic guru of the Federal Government, that he knows how to combine in-depth knowledge and years of experience entertaining and pugnacious thesis. Many exhibitors have delighted visitors with special offers at the KVK trade fair. Raffles, gifts, coupons or a health check have lured the intermediary to the stands and made many contacts and good conversations the exhibitors. The KVK trade fair in Cologne is one of three House measurement of Fund financial Broker service GmbH. To know more about this subject visit Nicholas Carr. The Munich financial broker pool is the largest and most profitable broker pool of in Germany with over 26,000 affiliated partners.
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