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The Pict
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The Pict

by Jack Dixon
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Jerusalem Falls
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Jerusalem Falls

by Jack Dixon
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The Pict
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The Pict

by Jack Dixon
Hardback
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A one-stop reference guide to design for safety principles and applications Design for Safety (DfSa) provides design engineers and engineering managers with a range of tools and techniques for incorporating safety into the design process for complex systems. It explains how to design for maximum safe conditions and minimum risk ...
Design for Safety
A one-stop reference guide to design for safety principles and applications Design for Safety (DfSa) provides design engineers and engineering managers with a range of tools and techniques for incorporating safety into the design process for complex systems. It explains how to design for maximum safe conditions and minimum risk of accidents. The book covers safety design practices, which will result in improved safety, fewer accidents, and substantial savings in life cycle costs for producers and users. Readers who apply DfSa principles can expect to have a dramatic improvement in the ability to compete in global markets. They will also find a wealth of design practices not covered in typical engineering books--allowing them to think outside the box when developing safety requirements. Design Safety is already a high demand field due to its importance to system design and will be even more vital for engineers in multiple design disciplines as more systems become increasingly complex and liabilities increase. Therefore, risk mitigation methods to design systems with safety features are becoming more important. Designing systems for safety has been a high priority for many safety-critical systems--especially in the aerospace and military industries. However, with the expansion of technological innovations into other market places, industries that had not previously considered safety design requirements are now using the technology in applications. Design for Safety Covers trending topics and the latest technologies Provides ten paradigms for managing and designing systems for safety and uses them as guiding themes throughout the book Logically defines the parameters and concepts, sets the safety program and requirements, covers basic methodologies, investigates lessons from history, and addresses specialty topics within the topic of Design for Safety (DfSa) Supplements other books in the series on Quality and Reliability Engineering Design for Safety is an ideal book for new and experienced engineers and managers who are involved with design, testing, and maintenance of safety critical applications. It is also helpful for advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students in engineering. Design for Safety is the second in a series of Design for books. Design for Reliability was the first in the series with more planned for the future.
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Design for Safety

by Jack Dixon, Louis J. Gullo
Hardback
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Throughout the Battle of Britain a number of high-ranking officials in government and the Air Ministryrnschemed and conspired to undermine Dowding's authority and to have him removed from Fighter Command. They are conspicuous for their machinations, motivated as they were by hatred, jealousy, ambition and fear. They were ultimately successful, ...
Dowding and Churchill: The Dark Side of the Battle of Britain
Throughout the Battle of Britain a number of high-ranking officials in government and the Air Ministryrnschemed and conspired to undermine Dowding's authority and to have him removed from Fighter Command. They are conspicuous for their machinations, motivated as they were by hatred, jealousy, ambition and fear. They were ultimately successful, and Dowdhg and Park, the victors of the Battle, were replaced by two of the arch-schemers.rnThe infamous conference of October 17 in the Air Ministry was arranged by Sholto Douglas overtly to discuss air fighting and tactics and covertly to put Dowding and Park in the wrong, but ultimately to have his revenge on them for having humiliated him at the conference at Fighter Command of September 7. Spite went so far in the Air Ministry as to publish,a booklet on the Battle in March 1941 without mentioning Dowding. Churchill was Dowding's staunchest champion throughout, yet he acquiesced in his removal in November 1940; and while knowing of the campaign against Dowding did nothing to inquire into it. Dowding went head-to-head against Churchill over sending more fighters to France in June, and by winning the day won the Battle. Yet Churchill failed to mention this decisive intervention in his war memoirs. Dowding merely commented: One can hardly expect the man who nearly lost us the battle before it began to write about it.
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52.500000 USD
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Air Chief Marshal Sir Hugh - later Lord - Dowding was one of the greatest Englishmen of the 20th century. He created Fighter Command with its unique early warning system (radar) from nothing in 1936 to the efficient defensive force it became in 1940. In consequence Fighter Command was the ...
Dowding and Churchill: The Dark Side of the Battle of Britain
Air Chief Marshal Sir Hugh - later Lord - Dowding was one of the greatest Englishmen of the 20th century. He created Fighter Command with its unique early warning system (radar) from nothing in 1936 to the efficient defensive force it became in 1940. In consequence Fighter Command was the only arm that was properly prepared for battle when war was declared against Germany. Hugh Dowding led Fighter Command in the Battle of Britain, and was victorious. The campaign, although a series of defensive engagements, was one of the decisive battles of Western Civilization. The strategic importance of the Battle of Britain was recognized at the time, yet, the moment it was won Dowding was summarily relieved of his command and shuffled into retirement without recognition, reward or promotion. This book reveals that this was the result of a shabby conspiracy by fellow officers. The Air Ministry published a brief account of the Battle in March 1941 and in it there was no mention of Dowding. Churchill was furiously indignant. But in November 1940 he had acquiesced in Dowding's removal. Why? And what are the factors that led to Dowding's dismissal in the first place?In this thought-provoking and authoritative book Jack Dixon answers these questions and explains Dowding's true greatness
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31.450000 USD
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