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A significant winter storm is expected tomorrow, bringing up to a foot of heavy snow to portions of the northeast. Beyond the threat of heavy snow, there is also a growing risk of a flash freeze along the I-95 corridor, with the greatest threat between Philadelphia, PA and Boston, MA. While this is a winter storm, there will be spring-like characteristics with it: strong winds and severe thunderstorms are also possible on the southern side of this storm.

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Jakarta, Apr 5 (efe-epa).- At least 95 people have died due to flash flooding and landslides caused by the heavy rains lashing eastern Indonesia and the small nation of East Timor since the weekend, while dozens of people remain missing.

Flash point is the lowest temperature at which a liquid can gives off vapor to form an ignitable mixture in air near the surface of the liquid. The lower the flash point, the easier it is to ignite the material.

A closely related and less common term is fire point, the temperature at which the flame becomes self-sustained so as to continue burning the liquid (at the flash point, the flame does not need to be sustained). The fire point is usually a few degrees above the flash point.

HCS 2012 additionally requires that "The flash point shall be determined in accordance with ASTM D56-05, ASTM D3278, ASTM D3828, ASTM D93-08 (incorporated by reference; See 1910.6), or any other method specified in GHS Revision 3, Chapter 2.6.

OSHA's Flammable Liquids Standard 29 CFR 1910.106 mandates flash point determinations using one of above methods (or equivalent) or one of two other standardized testing methods specified by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM). See the next section for full details.

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) requires that all substances transported have a flash point determined and that any materials with flash points lower than 60 degrees C (140 F) be handled with extra caution.

Flash points are determined experimentally by heating the liquid in a container and then introducing a small flame just above the liquid surface. The temperature at which there is a flash/ignition is recorded as the flash point.

Two general methods are called closed-cup and open-cup. The closed-cup method prevents vapors from escaping and therefore usually results in a flash point that is a few degrees lower than in an open cup. Because the two methods give different results, one must always list the testing method when listing the flash point. Example: 110 C (closed cup).

Flash points must be determined under a set of reproducible circumstances. Automated testing equipment is available from a number of commercial suppliers. If you do not want or need to buy your own equipment, simply consult your local phone directory under "Laboratory, Testing" or a similar heading to find a company that can run a flash point determination for you.

As discussed above, the flash point of the material is one of the required elements on a Safety Data Sheet. Assuming you have a GHS-compliant sheet, the flash point(s) will be listed in Section 9 (physical and chemical properties).

Know the flash point of any material that you work with. Always avoid heat, open flame, sparks or other sources of ignition when a material is near, at or above its flash point. A common laboratory error is failure to pay attention to flash points when using a heating bath. See this document on heating bath materials for more info.

Sync Cord Compatibility: All Paul C. Buff, Inc. flash units arrive with a 15' sync cord for connecting to a camera's PC sync terminal. Not all camera's are equipped with a PC sync terminal. If you plan on using this cable, and not wireless remotes, you may need a hot shoe adapter. Check your camera's compatibility.

Flash memory devices provide high storage volume with low power consumption and faster read-write operations when compared to HDD. This makes FLASH memory devices to be considered as an efficient storage unit thus bringing huge demand for the usage of FLASH memory devices. One of the major problems faced by forensic investigators is extracting deleted data from flash memory devices, as some of the flash memory devices prevent extraction of deleted data using the standard forensic techniques. This paper focuses on exploring forensic opportunities for various flash-based memory devices. This is done by a thorough study of physics of flash memory, the development of flash transition layers, and the file systems that support these devices. It then conducts forensic experiments on various types of flash-based storage media and summarizes the results of each media. This paper also tries to explore various practices to be applied on flash storage media thus enabling them to retrieve deleted information with the use of standard forensic techniques.

Armourbond Flash Self-Adhering Base Sheet Flashing is constructed of a tough non-woven reinforced polyester mat strengthened with select glass fiber strands that is coated with select SBS polymers and premium asphalt to a thickness of approximately 2.5 mm (98 mils). A thin micro-perforated film covers the top surface of the product, while the self-adhering underside is covered with a removable silicone treated release film. Armourbond Flash may be placed in flame-sensitive areas for flashing details.

That was the conundrum facing Kerkorian's fiancé, Joan Dangerfield, the 59-year-old widow of comedian Rodney Dangerfield. So what did she decide to do to celebrate? Dangerfield orchestrated a surprise flash mob (video below).

Footage sent to 7NEWS also showed vehicles floating away on roads in Cranston while other footage captured Good Samaritans jumping into action in Providence, working to rescue a driver who was caught by a flash flood that carried his vehicle on Pleasant Valley Parkway.

Have you ever looked at your furnace and thought what do 3 flashes on American Standard furnace mean? This error occurs when the combustion air pressure switch that monitors the flow of air through the vent system fails to close while the induced draft motor is operating. Essentially, there is a problem with the pressure switch.

What it means: Are you wondering what other American Standard furnace red light codes mean? If your furnace is flashing 2 times it likely means the furnace is blowing cold air. This is happening most likely because the furnace is unable to catch a flame.

What it means: The 22-flash error code can be alarming just because of the sheer number of flashes your furnace is giving off. This error code usually means there is something wrong with the flame lighting the furnace itself.

Glycated haemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) is the established standard measurement for assessment of glycaemic control in people with diabetes. Here we report on a meta-analysis of real-world observational studies on the impact of flash continuous glucose monitoring on glycaemic control as measured by HbA1c.

A total of 271 studies were identified in our search, of which 29 contained data reporting changes in HbA1c over periods from 1 to 24 months that could be used in a statistical analysis. Our meta-analysis focuses on observed change in HbA1c at either 2, 3 or 4 months, in adult or paediatric subjects, as well as a longitudinal analysis up to 12 months in adult subjects. These data were drawn from 25 of the studies identified in our initial search. These reported HbA1c data up to 12 months in a total of 1723 participants with type 1 diabetes (T1D) or type 2 diabetes (T2D) using the FreeStyle Libre flash glucose monitoring system.

The aims of this meta-analysis were three-fold: (1) to establish whether use of the FreeStyle Libre flash glucose monitoring system favours a reduction in HbA1c when used by people with T1D or T2D as a replacement for SMBG in their standard care; (2) to identify whether changes in final HbA1c reported in RCTs or real-world observational studies exhibit a dependency on mean initial HbA1c amongst the study population using the FreeStyle Libre system; (3) to identify whether longitudinal changes in HbA1c reported in RCTs or real-world observational studies using the FreeStyle Libre system in adult subjects differ on the basis of length of study and type of diabetes (T1D vs T2D).

The meta-analysis of 25 real-world observational studies and RCTs reported here confirms that starting the FreeStyle Libre flash glucose monitoring system as part of daily diabetes care results in a significant reduction in HbA1c for adults and children with T1D and for adults with T2D. A longitudinal analysis of the data for adult subjects with T1D or T2D showed that using the FreeStyle Libre system results in a rapid and sustained reduction in HbA1c. The degree of change in HbA1c is predicted by the HbA1c at baseline, such that study subjects with a higher initial HbA1c achieved, on average, a greater reduction in HbA1c over the intervention period. The reductions in laboratory HbA1c reported here for the FreeStyle Libre flash glucose monitoring system are comparable to those previously reported for other CGM devices. The inclusion of real-world observational data within any meta-analysis and potential publication bias are acknowledged limitations of this analysis [12]. However, together with previously published RCT data for the FreeStyle Libre system, this meta-analysis confirms that flash glucose monitoring technology has a positive impact on glucose control, limiting glucose variability, reducing hypoglycaemia and improving long-term glucose control as measured by HbA1c. 041b061a72

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