Asked in Ontario
What is the Ontario building code fire separation?
what is fire separation distance
Asked in Electrical Engineering
What is the minimum safe distance from a house and an electric transformer 13.8 KV?
The transformer enclosure should isolate the transformer sufficiently from the environment. I believe OSHA specifies 2 feet, 1 inch as the minimum appoach distance to 13.8kV, so I suppose a transformer could be put this close to a building and still be safe. My guess is there are codes in place in your local area that prevent this and specify some greater distance. ...
Asked in Airplanes and Aircraft
What separation of aircraft means?
"Separation," in terms of aircraft, is the minimum distance, both laterally and vertically, permitted in order to be considered "safe." In other words, "separation" is the distance between aircraft in all directions. If a flight is maneuvered for "separation," it is simply being turned in a direction that puts more distance between it and other aircraft. ...
Asked in Home Electricity
What is safe distance to build house near power lines?
In most countries there are building regulations that lay down the required separation, and they might differ from one country to another. ...
Asked in Cars & Vehicles
What does a step up transformer do at a powerplant?
It is used to step up the voltage in order to transmit it a long distance where it goes into a stepdown transformer and then into your home . ...
Asked in Engineering
Whats the importance of a building line?
A building line refers to a specified distance from the sides of the lot that shows where a given building should be built. It is very important because it provides a specified distance that a building should be from a given property. ...
Asked in Astronomy, Seasons
Why is it winter when the earth is closest to the sun?
It is because of the small change in the distance as compared to their separation. ...
Asked in Trees
What is the proper distance a tree should be from a building?
The answer vary depending on the type and location of the building.
Asked in Atoms and Atomic Structure
What is the position of zero force if a positive and negative charges are separated by a distance?
The position of zero force if positive and negative charges are separated by a distance would be at half of the separation distance. ...
Asked in Physics
How would the angular separation of interferences fringes in young's double slit experiment change when the distance of separation between the slits and the screen is doubled?
Note that bandwidth = lamda D / d and bandwidth = D @ Here @ is the angular separation. So @ = lamda D / D d = lambda / d So as D is not there in the expression the angular separation remains the same though the distance between slits and the screen is doubled. ...
Asked in New York City, Rockefeller Center
What is the walking distance from Rockefeller center to Chrysler building?
The walking distance is about 0.7 miles.
Asked in Dog Training, Dog Behavior
How do you train your dog to jump of a building?
First of all, you need to train him to jump from an edge to an edge with a short distance very much. Then you have to make the distance taller then taller, and after that he may get used of it and jump from building to a building . ...
Asked in New Electrical Work
What Distance between electric earth point out building?
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Asked in Science, Astronomy, Gravity
Does a star or a tall building have a greater gravitational pull?
The gravitational forces between two objects depend on the masses of both of them, and also on the distance between the two objects. There's no such thing as the "gravitational pull" of a single object. If you keep the same 'test object' in both situations, AND measure the gravitational forces at the same separation distance between them, then the gravitational forces between your test object and the star will be greater than those between the test object and a tall building. But if you allow your experimental...