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For locomotives, which are driven by diesel or electricity, EMU and DEMU vehicles with AC Traction Motors, new microprocessor based AC-AC Traction System (MAS) offers the latest in technology combining IGBT based Traction Converter with DSP and microprocessor based embedded controls. Microprocessor based Locomotive Control system is used in conjunction with IGBT based traction converter to implement this solution.

Federal Railway of Switzerland has granted ABB Switzerland an agreement valued approximately SFr 69.2m ($US 75.4m) to provide latest traction apparatuses for its convoy of 119 Re460 electric locomotives as a section of a SFr 230m middle-life renovation program.

According to this contract, 202 IGBT traction converters will be supplied by ABB with an option for 38 additional units which are water-cooled. As per SSBs opinion, it will be possible to reduce traction power consumption by 27GWh per year by converting the convoy to IGBT which is sufficient electricity to power 6750 homes.

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Latest oil-free dual compressors will be used to equip the Re 460s. These are intended to minimize power dissipation when the locomotives are immobile. Besides this, advantages like advanced air conditioning and heating in the driver’s cabs and latest fire safety systems for operation in the Gotthard Base Tunnel can be achieved by using this.

A conventional locomotive will be modernized by using IGBT converters by the end of coming year and will pass through test runs for a year before the left 118 locomotives are updated. The renovations will be executed at SBB’s Yverdon-les-Bains workshop and the program is expected to be finished in 2022.

Since the early 1990s, the 200km/h four-axle Re460 has been the base of SBB’s long-range convoy. As a segment of the Rail 2000 project to bring up-to-date train services and raise retention on the Swiss mainline network, the locomotives were introduced and these are built by a Swiss consortium of SLM and ABB. It is expected that this modernization program will prolong their operational life by 20 years.

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Wikinews interviews biologist Chris Simon about periodical cicadas

Wikinews interviews biologist Chris Simon about periodical cicadas

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

In May, periodical cicadas with 17 years life cycle emerged on the East Coast of the USA after underground development as juveniles since 1996. Researchers and scientists worked to map and study the rare wave, and the locals prepared for the noisy event. First recorded in 1666, the Magicicada septendecim species recently emerged in 1979, 1996, this year, with a next wave due in 2030.

This week, Wikinews interviewed Chris Simon, an ecology and evolutionary biologist at University of Connecticut, about the cicadas.

Wikinews What caused your initial interest in periodical cicadas?

Chris Simon: As an undergraduate student, I was interested in the formation of species so when I went to graduate school I looked for a study organism that was likely to be in the process of forming new species. I chose periodical cicadas because they are broken up into reproductively isolated broods (or year classes). Reproductive isolation leads to speciation so I planned to study biochemical differences among the broods.

WN You study the emergence of the periodical cicadas. What do you study? What observations are you making?

CS: We record exactly where each cicada population emerges (using GPS automated mapping and crowd sourcing). We record the presence or absence of each of the three morphologically distinct species groups of periodical cicadas (Decim group, Cassini group, and Decula group). We collect specimens for DNA analysis. We look for cicadas coming up one and four years early and late. We dig up cicada nymphs and monitor their growth rates.

WN What equipment do you use?

CS: Nets, shovels, automated GPS recorders, cameras, laptop computers, automated DNA sequencers.

WN Do you study the periodical cicadas with anyone else? What is their role?

CS: Yes, there are a large number of people studying periodical cicadas in my lab and in other labs. My lab is made up of Research Scientists, Postdoctoral Researchers, a technician, graduate students, and undergraduates. Research Scientist John Cooley is the leader of the GPS mapping project; he invented the automated GPS recorder; he built our crowd-sourcing website, and he is instrumental in public outreach. Postdoctoral research David Marshall also participates in the mapping project and leads the part of the research related to the mapping of stragglers. John and Dave and Technician Kathy Hill all study periodical cicada mating behavior and conduct mating and hybridization experiments. One of my graduate students Beth Wade has participated in the nymph collections and will soon start genetic work involving genome wide association mapping designed to locate genes related to life cycle. My graduate student Russ Meister is studying the genes of the bacterial endosymbionts of cicadas. My current undergraduate honors student Erin Dwyer is also studying the development of Magicicada nymphs and is helping to design a lab exercise for college students around the eastern US to do the same. Many of my past undergraduate students have studied the biochemical genetics and development of periodical cicadas. See the Simon Lab website.
CS: We are collaborating with Teiji Sota at the University Kyoto and Jin Yoshimura at Shizuoka University in Japan. They are studying the phylogeography of Magicicada. We are collaborating with John McCutcheon of the University of Montana who is studying the endosymbiont genomes.
CS: We are also collaborating with ecologists Rick Karban and Louie Yang, both professors at UC Davis who have an interest in cicada population dynamics and nutrient cycling in the ecosystem.

WN You studied the periodical cicadas in 1979 and 1996 too. What changes with time?

CS: I have studied periodical cicadas since I was a student back in 1974. What changes with time is increased human development constantly shrinking the patch size of cicada populations.

WN What are your thoughts on the long life span of the periodical cicadas? Why could it be so? What advantages and what disadvantages does it have?

CS: Most or all cicadas have long life cycles compared to your typical annual insect. Examples have been found of two-year to 9-year cycles in different species. Periodical cicadas evolved an even-longer life cycle and I think that part of this relates to the evolution of their synchronized life cycles and peculiar safety-in-numbers strategy for survival. To become synchronized, periodical cicadas had to evolve an exact length life cycle and all adults would have to appear in the same year. Because the nymphs grow at different rates underground, a longer life cycle and a way of counting years must have evolved so that the individuals that get to the last nymphal (underground juvenile) stage first would wait long enough for all other individuals in the population to become ready to emerge.

WN News reports mention this is ‘Brood II’ of the periodical cicadas. What are the distinctive features of this specific species and what is its full scientific name?

CS: The same species exist in multiple broods. No species is restricted to Brood II. The three species present in Brood II are: Magicicada septendecim, M. cassini, and M. septendecula. These same three species are found in every 17-year brood (except the farthest north which only has M. septendecim).

WN At what depth do the cicadas juveniles live underground?

CS: Most live within the top foot of soil but some have been found deeper. We do not know if they go deeper in winter. We need to do much more digging to understand the nymphs.

WN How do people prepare for the cicada emergence?

CS: Of course various people prepare in different ways. Ideally, everyone prepares by studying information available on the web (especially on our websites Magicicada Central and Magicicada.org).

WN Do cicadas affect transport in the local area?

CS: No, not really. Occasionally individuals can be seeing flying across highways and sometimes they smash into cars.

WN Do cicadas usually stay outside or do they also invade houses too?

CS: They stay outside. One might accidentally fly in through an open window but that would be rare.

WN What do the cicadas eat?

CS: Cicadas suck xylem fluid (the watery fluid coming up from the roots of plants) in deciduous forest trees and herbs. Essential amino acids in the cicada diet are supplied by their bacterial endosymbionts. There are two species of endosymbionts. One makes 8 essential amino acids and one makes two essential amino acids.

WN Do cicadas damage crops or city vegetation? What damage?

CS: Cicadas do not chew leave so they do not damage crops like other insects. They can inflict some damage by their egg laying. Cicadas lay eggs in pencil-sized tree branches. If there are not enough branches available, too many female cicadas may lay eggs in a single branch weakening it and making it susceptible to breakage by wind. This can sometimes cause damage in fruit orchards. If the branches break, the eggs die so this behavior is selected against by natural selection.

WN Thank you.

CS: You’re welcome. I am happy to have this opportunity to communicate with your readers!

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Northrop Grumman and Airbus parent EADS defeat Boeing for $40 billion US airtanker contract

Northrop Grumman and Airbus parent EADS defeat Boeing for $40 billion US airtanker contract

Saturday, March 1, 2008

Northrop Grumman and Airbus parent company European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company EADS N.V. (EADS) have unexpectedly defeated Boeing for a US$40 billion (GB£20.1 billion) contract to supply the United States Air Force (USAF) with 179 new aerial refueling tankers at a rate of 15 a year.

It is the biggest contract of its kind since the Joint Strike Fighter program. That contract was fought for between Boeing and Lockheed Martin, Lockheed ultimately winning the contest.

JSA Research defence analysist Paul Nesbit said that Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) operations across the aircraft’s fifty-year service life could push the value of the contract as high as US$100 billion. Northrop Grumman CEO Ron Sugar said in an interview “Everyone told us we were crazy, that we had no chance. But we took a big swing and in this case, we hit a home run.”

USAF officials said that the contract had been awarded based on competence, track record and competitive pricing, with UBS analyst David Strauss saying “The key decision was the amount of fuel the bigger plane could carry. In the armed services, you can never have too much gas in the air.” USAF also denied that creating jobs in the US was a factor; job supply had been the reason Boeing were expected to win, with the airframer promising 44,000 new positions at 300 suppliers in 40 states.

The Northrop Grumman KC-45 tankers – more often known as KC-30s – are based on the Airbus A330 MRTT. The first four aircraft will be assembled at the main Airbus factory in Toulouse, France but by 2010-11 production of the remainder will be carried out at a facility in Mobile, Alabama. This is thought likely to create 1,500 to 2,000 jobs and support 25,000 others. 60% of the parts will be supplied by domestic manufacturers. EADS had previously announced plans to shift much production to the US due to the current weakness of the dollar.

General Arthur Lichte, head of USAF’s Mobility Command, said it is hoped the first aircraft can be tested in 2010 and in operation three years afterwards. USAF’s chief of staff General Duncan McNab stated “The tanker is the number-one procurement priority for us right now. It is the first step in our critical commitment to recapitalize our aging fleet to move, supply, and position assets anywhere.”

At a time when our economy is hurting, this is a blow not only to our state, but more than 40 states across the country who would help build this national plane.

There is still a possibility of Boeing challenging the decision; Boeing themselves were successfuly challenged by Lockheed and Sikorsky in 2006 over a US$10 billion contract to supply search and rescue helicopters to the Pentagon. A statement by Boeing given by Boeing spokesman William Barksdale said “Obviously we are very disappointed… Once we have reviewed the details behind the award, we will make a decision concerning our possible options.”

Washington senator Patty Murray, who hails from the same state where Boeing bases their commercial airliner operations, said in a critical statement “We are shocked that the Air Force tapped a European company and its foreign workers to provide a tanker to our American military. At a time when our economy is hurting, this decision to outsource our tankers is a blow to the American aerospace industry, American workers and America’s military.”

Washington representative Norm Dicks said he too was “shocked”, releasing a statement saying “This decision is even more disappointing because the Air Force had previously favored the Boeing 767 tanker and we were prepared to move forward with the production of 100 tankers in 2003, before the process was halted due to the Boeing scandal. I regret that it has taken so long to respond to what was—and is—an urgent need to replace these older aircraft. And even more regrettable is the decision to award the contract to Airbus, which has consistently used unfair European government subsidies to take jobs away from American aircraft workers.”

Kansas senator Sam Brownback said “It’s stunning to me that we would outsource the production of these airplanes to Europe instead of building them in America. I’ll be calling upon the Secretary of Defense for a full debriefing and expect there will be a protest of the award by Boeing.” Todd Tiahrt, a Kansas representative, said “We should have an American tanker built by an American company with American workers. I cannot believe we would create French jobs in place of Kansas jobs.”

A group of Washington politicians released a joint statement saying “We will be asking tough questions about the decision to outsource this contract… At a time when our economy is hurting, this is a blow not only to our state, but more than 40 states across the country who would help build this national plane.”

Alabama Governor Bob Riley said “To say this is a great day for Alabama is a monumental understatement. This will go down in history as one of our greatest days.” Ralph Crosby, EADS’s North America CEO and ex Northrop executive commented the business has “committed our full resources to support this vital program for our prime contractor, Northrop Grumman, the Air Force, and the war fighters that this system will serve for decades to come. We already have begun the work necessary to expand our U.S. industrial footprint in support of this important program.”

EADS chief executive Louis Gallois commented “This major selection is a win-win for our customers, for allied industrial cooperation and for EADS. It signals a quantum-leap forward in our commitment to the US defence customer, reflects and supports our global strategy to increase EADS’s industrial presence in key markets and our goal to balance the company’s defence and commercial portfolios.” General Arthur Lichte said “This will be an American tanker, flown by American airmen with an American flag on its tail and, every day, it will be saving American lives.

Boeing had initially agreed to lease 100 tankers, but in 2003 a scandal erupted when it emerged that Boeing executive Michael M. Sears arranged a job for USAF official Darleen Druyun while negotiations were still underway. Both served jail sentences for corruption charges and a competition was opened up to award a new contract.

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Canada’s Astral Media Inc. to aquire Standard Radio

Canada’s Astral Media Inc. to aquire Standard Radio
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Monday, February 26, 2007

Canadian Astral Media Inc. will buy out Standard Radio Inc., which runs many radio stations in Canada. Standard Radio Inc. is the largest privately owned multimedia company in Canada.

Montreal based Astral Media Inc. will buy all of the assets from Standard Radio Inc. for about CAN$1.2-billion. Standard Radio Inc.’s 52 radio stations, and Astral’s 29, will be brought together by Astral Media Inc. This will give Astral 81 radio stations in total. This makes Astral the largest radio operator in Canada of FM and AM radio.

“With the acquisition of Standard Radio, Astral Media will not only be acquiring the best performing radio stations in the country, we will at the same time acquire a company with similar values and culture. said Ian Greenberg, President and CEO of Astral Media.

“Over the past four decades the Slaight family has built a remarkable collection of strong radio brands and has contributed meaningfully in shaping the Canadian radio industry as we know it today. We are delighted with the prospect of welcoming Standard Radio’s employees into our team.”

Gary Slaight, President and CEO of Standard Radio also commented on the deal.

“We are looking forward to becoming a part of the Astral Media family,” said Gary Slaight, President and CEO of Standard Radio. “We are pleased to see our legacy live on with a company such as Astral that has such a strong track record and commitment to its employees and to the Canadian radio and television industries.”

All of Astral’s radio stations are run in Quebec and Atlantic Canada and it also runs various television stations across Canada. Astral also has two french channels that broadcast on Sirius satellite radio Canada.

The company hopes to finalize the deal in or before April.

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History Of Enamel Inlay In Silver

September 23, 2016 - Posted by - 0 Comments

Submitted by: Anita Satin Choudhary

All though there are more ways than one that the Russians crafted silver and enamel, the method of filigree sterling silver and enamel jewelry carries a historical time line of its own.

Even though the Russian silversmiths of the Czarist era perfected the ways of filigree, filigree was actually historically an artistic craft technique incorporated from several long vanished civilizations from millenniums further back than the Russian silver and enamel explosion of Russian silver artisans.

One highly renowned style of exquisitely detailed art works is filigree, precious metals and enamel pieces of jewelry.

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There are several various historical cultures that worked with silver and enamel, but there were none that really could touch the high quality and exquisite craftsmanship of the Russians. All though there are more ways than one that the Russians crafted silver and enamel, the method of filigree sterling silver and enamel jewelry carries a historical time line of its own.

The technical definition of filigree was derived from the Latin term of ‘Filum’, which in reference to ‘Thread’. Filigree its self is the specific formations of flatly laying, twisting and curling of fine precious metal threads onto, around and over larger artistically hand crafted items of silver and gold. Even though the Russian silversmiths of the Czarist era perfected the ways of filigree, filigree was actually historically an artistic craft technique incorporated from several long vanished civilizations from millenniums further back than the Russian silver and enamel explosion of Russian silver artisans.

Filigree has always been and still is a 100% hand crafted art form of jewelry that usually always requires hours of time and patience by the artist. This is not only true for jewelry, but any formations of silver and enamel filigree art works that is crafted. The Russian silver and enamel filigree method is a closely guarded secret kept by the few highly talented lapidary masters of yesterday. Filigree has always been a meticulously delicate art form based on years of knowledge and gifted creativity. This gifted knowledge is most always only passed from generation to generation, but only when one older artesian is ready for his highly perfected talent to be handed over to the next gifted chosen younger one.

It is during the Russian Czarist Era the magnificent artist Peter Carl Faberg really brought the biggest spot light to some of Russia’s most all time highly resounded filigree silver and enamel artistic styles and design combinations. The Russian jeweler, Faberg had been a highly gifted jeweler to the Russian Tsars and had been the original artistic craftsman of the infamous Faberg Egg.

With enamel carrying its own separate historical origins from the 16th century, the Russian silversmiths were known to beautifully combine filigree, precious metals of silver and gold and enamel pieces of fine art of many formations. One highly renowned style of exquisitely detailed art works is filigree, precious metals and enamel pieces of jewelry. But these two art forms combined were also used by the Russian artists in a wide amount of many other exquisite artistic Russian artworks.

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Australian newspapers could be fined for breaches of media standards

Australian newspapers could be fined for breaches of media standards
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Friday, November 4, 2011

Australian newspapers and magazines could be fined up to $30,000 for breaches of media standards, according to a Press Council submission to Julia Gillard’s media inquiry. The fine is said to be reserved for “exceptionally grave” or persistent breaches, and suggests that newspapers could be censured or reprimanded “where appropriate”.

PM Julia Gillard announced the media inquiry earlier this year under pressure from Greens leader Bob Brown, as part of an attempt to boost public confidence in the media following the News of the World hacking scandal. However, fears exist that the inquiry could impede freedom of the press, with the Newspaper Publishers’ Association stating that a free press should be accountable to its market and not the government.

The Press Council has also suggested the appointment of a new panel headed by a retired judge in an attempt to remove the criticism of it being a “toothless tiger”. Retired Federal Court judge Ray Finklestein is leading the inquiry.

Council Chair Professor Julian Disney said it was important that new legislation be extended to include the growing number of online news and “blog” websites. He also voiced concern over the legalistic nature of the inquiry, saying “The Council is concerned that if it had the power to impose heavy sanctions its processes might have to become so formal, adversarial, slow and expensive that most people will not able or willing to complain to it.”

The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner recommends that a single set of privacy principles or guidelines be considered for all media organisations, as well as web-based publishers and bloggers who would otherwise not be regarded within the traditional definitions of journalism.

Labor leader Senator Doug Cameron has called for the media inquiry to hold News Limited to account, after they reported on leadership instability within the government. Senator Cameron dismissed the report as “absolute lies”.

“The Murdoch press are an absolute disgrace, they are a threat to democracy in this country and we should absolutely be having a look at them,” he said in parliament. “I’m saying it’s a fabrication. They run unsubstantiated stories in relation to the leadership of the party.”

Finkelstein however denied the inquiry is linked to Senator Cameron’s calls for an examination into News Limited, stating it will instead focus on the “style and content” of reporting.

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Mayfield Exposed! highlights artworks of Brampton high school students

Mayfield Exposed! highlights artworks of Brampton high school students
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Saturday, September 23, 2006

Now on display at the Fridge Front Gallery in Shoppers World is “Mayfield Exposed!”, an exhibit of artworks by high school students.

Eighteen students in Mayfield School of the Arts’ Visual Arts program participated, from grades nine, ten, and eleven. The exhibit was organized by Stephanie Hagendorn and Paulina Su, both students at Mayfield who were once Visual Arts Brampton teen members.

The exhibit highlights a diverse range of subject matter, medias used, and style.

Among the sixteen other artists participating are Alana Arvay, Nicole Clouston, Emily Kowalik, Susan Li, Kirsten Marry, Tiffany Modinsar, Jannin Moore, Sarah Patterson, Alexandra Platt, Ricardo Stephen, Paulina Su, Brandie Wilkerson, Kristen Wilkinson, Clint Wilson, James Wu, and Lisa Young.

Fridge Front is run by Visual Arts Brampton, and is located on the west side of Shoppers World mall in Brampton. Shoppers World at 499 Main Street South, at the corner of Steeles Avenue.

This article features first-hand journalism by Wikinews members. See the collaboration page for more details.

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How To Buy Used Popular Japanese Cars In Mint Condition At Used Car Auction In Japan

September 20, 2016 - Posted by - 0 Comments

Submitted by: Lily Nicolas

All over the world car manufacturers come up with latest entrants with features matching global standards. When buying a car, the country of its origin plays a prominent role in the decision making. As this information offers an idea about the work culture of the place that must definitely have had an impact on the car, people base their decision on this information. Japanese cars have never let their customers spread throughout the world down. They have always kept their promise and delivered what they promised. A variety of options like Nissan, Suzuki, Subaru, Toyota, Isuzu, Mazda and many more are available for all those who wish to buy Japanese cars. Car exporters Japan strives hard to fulfil the demands of their customers spread all over the world. Many customers also prefer used cars to begin with. A variety of cars are available and as per their need and preference, customers can buy family car, a car that they would like to use for their business, a luxury vehicle and racing cars. The choices are ample. Japanese used car dealers successfully handle the demand for used Japanese cars.

Used Japanese car dealers have made a name in the market for offering fair deal to the customers. To ensure that the customers get a transparent deal, the dealers make sure that they offer an open Car Price through IAUC online auction system. This helps the importers to have clarity about their success when bidding at used car auction in Japan. The dealers disclose the price of the car so that an informed decision can be taken. The importers of used Japanese cars are never kept in dark and item wise break up of invoice is offered to them so that there is no chance of misunderstanding.

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Today, the fair dealing by used Japanese car dealers and the quality cars offered has enhanced the popularity of these cars all over the world. Through auctions, these cars are sold to importers hailing from various parts of the world. The reason behind increase in the sale of used Japanese cars is that these are available at affordable rates and the prices are too good to believe. At cost effective rates, the customers are able to lay their hands on a good quality product. The price no doubt becomes the riding factor in the sale of these cars. The cost of running these cars is not too high which is an added advantage of buying used Japanese cars.

Japanese used car exporter constantly looks for vehicles in mint condition that completely fulfil the expectations of global customers. The cars are not only assembled in the best possible manner but also care is taken that the vehicles are single drive with many more miles left on the vehicle. Depreciation is another factor why more and more customers are willing to buy used Japanese cars. Moreover, many used Japanese car exporters offer warranties on the vehicle making it a safe and secure purchase. All these factors ensure that the concept of buying used Japanese cars will go strength to strength in the near future.

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News briefs:January 6, 2007

News briefs:January 6, 2007
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The time is 21:00 (UTC) on Saturday January 6, 2007, and this is Audio Wikinews News Briefs.



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