archive-dk.com » DK » S » SYE.DK

Total: 11

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • [ sye.dk ]
    Single File PHP Gallery Suba to PCP air gun fill calculator 87 110 85 32 87 110 85 32 2013 03 19 22 25 33 CET

    Original URL path: http://sye.dk/ (2013-03-20)
    Open archived version from archive


  • [ sye.dk ]
    Single File PHP Gallery Suba to PCP air gun fill calculator 87 110 85 32 87 110 85 32 2013 03 19 22 25 38 CET

    Original URL path: http://sye.dk/index.php?odd=even (2013-03-20)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Single File PHP Gallery 4.1.1
    information in readme txt for all features END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT For private non commercial use Single File PHP Gallery can be used for free When used commercially a donation for at least 10 must be made per domain where it is used See readme txt for full EULA You are of course still more than welcome to donate if you like the gallery even though you only use it privately Making a donation Domain name must be clearly stated in the donation otherwise the donation will not grant use of the script under donating conditions Donations are not refundable Use the following PayPal donate button for donations REQUIREMENTS For this gallery to function you will need the following A web server capable of running PHP 5 scripts The PHP GD library php gd installed See here for information http php net gd PHP write access to server PHP memory limit large enough to contain both full size image and preview thumb converted to BMP See the FAQ section in readme txt for further information on this DOWNLOAD Download latest version here Single File PHP Gallery 4 1 1 Download SFPG TEST script here SFPG TEST You can also download previous version which was designed to be included on existing pages here Single File PHP Gallery 3 6 0 NEWS IN SFPG 4 1 1 Internet Explorer 9 fix SFPG 4 1 1 contains only one small fix making large image download not break in Internet Explorer 9 the rest of the bullets are from 4 1 0 EXIF extraction If available in image file the following EXIF information will be shown Date Camera ISO Shutter Speed Aperture Focal Length and Flash fired Rotation Option to automaticly correct orientation of images with information from EXIF Watermark Option to add watermark

    Original URL path: http://sye.dk/sfpg/ (2013-03-20)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Scuba AirGun
    cc Cubic Foot cu ft Volume Capacity Gun tank maximum rated service pressure Enter the maximum rated service pressure of the gun tank Input range BAR from 0 to 500 PSI 0 to 7250 img gps Gun tank maximum rated service pressure Bar Pounds per Square Inch PSI Fill kit volume Enter the internal volume of the fill kit This is the air that you bleed out before disconnecting the gun tank img fkv Fill kit volume Liter L Cubic Centimeter cc Cubic Foot cu ft Temperature Enter the temperature of the air in the scuba tank Input range Celsius from 93 to 126 Fahrenheit from 135 to 260 Kelvin from 180 to 400 img temp Temperature Celsius C Kelvin K Fahrenheit F INPUT Scuba tank current pressure Enter the scuba tanks current pressure You might have a scuba tank with a maximum rated service pressure on 4500PSI but have only been able to get it filled to 3000PSI Then enter 3000PSI Input range BAR from 0 to 500 PSI 0 to 7250 img sp Scuba tank current pressure Bar Pounds per Square Inch PSI Gun tank maximum pressure Enter the maximum pressure of the gun tank You might have a gun tank with a maximum rated service pressure on 3000PSI but only want to fill it to 2500PSI Then enter 2500PSI Input range BAR from 0 to 500 PSI 0 to 7250 img gpmax Gun tank maximum pressure Bar Pounds per Square Inch PSI Gun tank minimum pressure Enter the gun tank minimum pressure This is the lowest pressure you want in the gun tank Normally when muzzle velocity starts to drop and you want to refill Input range BAR from 0 to 500 PSI 0 to 7250 img gpmin Gun tank minimum pressure Bar Pounds per Square Inch

    Original URL path: http://sye.dk/airgun/ (2013-03-20)
    Open archived version from archive

  • [ sye.dk ]
    Single File PHP Gallery Suba to PCP air gun fill calculator 87 110 85 32 87 110 85 32 2013 03 19 22 25 54 CET

    Original URL path: http://sye.dk/index.php (2013-03-20)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Single File PHP Gallery

    (No additional info available in detailed archive for this subpage)
    Original URL path: /sfpg/demo/ (2013-03-20)


  • Single File PHP Gallery
    MAIL NOTIFICATION Subscribe here to be notified via e mail when a new version is release Information Enter your e mail and press the desired action button E mail Action

    Original URL path: http://sye.dk/sfpg/notification.php (2013-03-20)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Scuba Air Gun
    in liter pressure in BAR compressibility factor content in liter The compressibility factor of air is a way of describing how much air resists being compressed at a given pressure and temperature So in order to find the compressibility factor of air we only need to know one more thing the temperature The green line in the graph below shows the compressibility factor of dry atmospheric air at 25 C from 0 to 500 BAR The need for compressibility factor is probably best visualized using a small example Let s say we have a tank with an internal volume of 1 liter 1000cc We fill this tank to 1 BAR and use the equation without the compressibility factor to calculate the content It will look like this 1 liter 1 BAR 1 liter Very simple 1 liter of air in the tank We fill the tank to 2 BAR and we will have 1 liter 2 BAR 2 liters of air in the tank 3 BAR 3 liters 100 BAR 100 liters 300 BAR 300 liters and so on Now let s try and calculate the content of air in the same small tank using the equation with the added compressibility factor of air We ll fill it to 300 BAR again on a nice warm day with a temperature of 25 C 77 F First we need to find the specific compressibility factor of air for 300 BAR in the graph above which is 1 1074 We then add this factor to the equation and our calculation will look like this 1 liter 300 BAR 1 1074 270 9 liters Calculating the content without the compressibility factor we would have gotten 300 liters So what happened to the remaining 29 1 liters of air Well the 29 1 liters

    Original URL path: http://sye.dk/airgun/description.php (2013-03-20)
    Open archived version from archive