Strip cropping for soil conservation

one base line may serve for only two or three strips , and then a new base line must be established farther up the slope . This will often necessitate the use of a correction strip between the last two regular even - width cropping ...

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Strip Method Design Handbook

The load per m length in the strips in both directions is equal to 120 / 1.2 = 100 kN / m . The positions of the lines of zero shear force are determined from Cx1 = 70.7 / 100 + 2.4 = 3.11 ( 9.4 ) Cy1 = 105.0 / 100 + 0.4 = 1.45 ( 9.5 ) ...

Author: A. Hillerborg

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9780419187400

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 338

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The Strip Method Design Handbook is a thorough guide to the use of the strip method, developed by Arne Hillerborg, for design of reinforced concrete slabs. The strip method of design is relevant to many types of slabs including rectangular slabs with all sides supported and regular flat slabs with cantilevering parts. The author discusses unevenly distributed loads, concentrated loads and the influence of openings as well as joist floors and prestressed slabs. This book provides a practical guide for the designer demonstrating how to use the strip method in a wide range of design situations specific to a slab type. The method is illustrated throughout with numerical examples and the analysis is rationalised with approximations and formulas for the calculation of design moments.

Kaye Wood s Strip Cut Quilts

Cut the geese strip by placing the point of the 4-angle of the Starmaker 8 at the top of the strip and cutting. Cut the second triangle by turning the Starmaker 8 upside-down with the point of the 4-angle at the bottom of the strip.

Author: Kaye Wood

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1440219826

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 96

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Learn to Strip Like a Pro... Don't worry, it's not as risque as it sounds. In this 96-page full-color book, renowned author and television personality Kaye Wood takes readers through the procedures necessary to master the art of strip-cut quilting, as part of her Strip Like a Pro program. With easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions for 30 different quilt projects and 23 quilt block techniques, quilters of all skill levels - from beginner to advanced - can enjoy the beauty of finished quilts that are neither too difficult nor time-consuming. More than 30 photos and dozens of illustrations let you see what grand projects await. "I love the teaching part of quilting," Wood says. "The incredible response of my students is a real high for me. Whatever their skill level, I can help them to enjoy making quilts. "some of my students go on to teach my techniques, and some go on to enter quilt shows. Their success becomes my success." Such success is made easier through Wood's self-designed Starmaker Master Templates and several quilting tools. Designs in this book rely on Starmaker 8 of which a paper version is included and details are provided on where to buy the acrylic template. So wait not one more minute. Tell you friends and family that you're learning to Strip Like a Pro, and surprise them later with the various seasonal and gift-giving ideas provided within!

Strip Cropping for Conservation and Production

MANAGEMENT OF STRIP - CROPPED FIELDS When the strip - cropping system has been carefully planned and accurately laid out in the field , it can be readily maintained permanently by proper management . In general , farming operations are ...

Author: Harold Everett Tower

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Category: Contour farming

Page: 48

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Journal of the Society of Arts

A needle attached to the centre of for the measurement of alternating currents the strip projects through a cut in the tube , of strength which depend upon the thermal and moves over a divided scale . If a current principle , that is to ...

Author: Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain)

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Category: Industrial arts

Page: 1096

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The Comic Strip Art of Jack B Yeats

run of the strip: an automatic hair dresser; an automatic lawn tennis player; an automatic 'new boy'; an automatic gardener; an automatic railway porter; an automatic bathing woman; an automatic instructor, as well as various ...

Author: Michael Connerty

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030768937

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 283

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This monograph seeks to recover and assess the critically neglected comic strip work produced by the Irish painter Jack B. Yeats for various British publications, including Comic Cuts, The Funny Wonder, and Puck, between 1893 and 1917. It situates the work in relation to late-Victorian and Edwardian media, entertainment and popular culture, as well as to the evolution of the British comic during this crucial period in its development. Yeats’ recurring characters, including circus horse Signor McCoy, detective pastiche Chubblock Homes, and proto-superhero Dicky the Birdman, were once very well-known, part of a boom in cheap and widely distributed comics that Alfred Harmsworth and others published in London from 1890 onwards. The repositioning of Yeats in the context of the comics, and the acknowledgement of the very substantial corpus of graphic humour that he produced, has profound implications for our understanding of his artistic career and of his significant contribution to UK comics history. This book, which also contains many examples of the work, should therefore be of value to those interested in Comics Studies, Irish Studies, and Art History.

The Big Book of Strip Quilts

Start with Strips to Make 60 Stunning Quilts Karen M. Burns. Illustrated below are the triangle shapes that result from one strip set made from precut 2>" x 42" strips. The 90° Double-Strip ruler is not the only tool that will work for ...

Author: Karen M. Burns

Publisher: Martingale

ISBN: 1604688742

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 224

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Cut strips from your stash or gather your favorite precuts to make fabulous strip quilts that shine! Each pattern will inspire you with its remarkably versatile look and scrappy style, easily achieved with simple strips. 60 stunning strip quilts at a great value--just pennies per pattern Choose from sizes ranging from wall hangings and baby quilts to bed-sized quilts, all by top designers Includes projects for beginners and experienced quilters in a variety of attractive patchwork styles


Paper Piece The Quick Strip Way

Make 2 blocks at a time by sewing 16 identical units from each fabric combination, using the strips indicated in the chart. Sew the units into 8 pairs. Press the seams to one side (or open if you prefer). Join the pairs into block ...

Author: Peggy Martin

Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc

ISBN: 1607053128

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 112

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Peggy says that if you can draw a line, you can design your own strip paper-pieced blocks and quilts! Stars, snowflakes, circle blocks, and border designs are creatively set in different ways for totally different looks. Try any of the 12 projects, or create your own.

Strip Cultures

All walkways and transportation options on the Strip are designed to take you nowhere but into another casino—or shopping mall—or mall/casino. Everything parallels the Strip, the roadway where cars and vans outfitted with billboards ...

Author: The Project on Vegas

Publisher: Duke University Press

ISBN: 0822375230

Category: Social Science

Page: 384

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On the Las Vegas Strip, blockbuster casinos burst out of the desert, billboards promise "hot babes," actual hot babes proffer complimentary drinks, and a million happy slot machines ring day and night. It’s loud and excessive, but, as the Project on Vegas demonstrates, the Strip is not a world apart. Combining written critique with more than one hundred photographs by Karen Klugman, Strip Cultures examines the politics of food and water, art and spectacle, entertainment and branding, body and sensory experience. In confronting the ordinary on America’s most famous four-mile stretch of pavement, the authors reveal how the Strip concentrates and magnifies the basic truths and practices of American culture where consumerism is the stuff of life, digital surveillance annuls the right to privacy, and nature—all but destroyed—is refashioned as an element of decor.