This app is for a single, two-handed lifting task. This app is based off of the Applications Manual for the Revised NIOSH Lifting Equation (NIOSH, January 1994).
This app assumes prior professional training in the use of the NIOSH Lifting Equation. It is not intended as a substitute for a complete ergonomic evaluation.
Developed by Jeff Fujimoto and Brent Kordenbrock, under the guidance of David Rempel, MD.
-Drill bit speed chart: Provides the optimal RPM (rotation per minute) per Walter drill bit. Recommendations are based on the size of the bit and on the type of metal you want to drill.
-Annular cutter chart: Provides the optimal RPM (rotation per minute) per Walter annular core cutter. Recommendations are based on the size of the core cutter and on the type of metal you want to cut.
-Abrasive speed chart: Provides the maximum RPM (rotation per minute) for all Walter abrasives, helping to ensure the safe use of Walter products.
-Grinding angle: To ensure both safety and performance, this app provides you with the optimal angle to use when grinding with different types of Walter abrasives.
-Flashlight: Are you in the dark? Use your compatible Android device to illuminate your world.
-Unit Converter: Allows you to easily convert from one unit of measure to another.
-Level: Allows you to determine how level a surface is.
This nuclear weapon effects calculator projects the different type of damage over a map so you can easily view the affected area. Also can choose any destination in the world (searching by country or city, also dragging a marker over the map), choose from a list of known nuclear bombs (real and with historical significance) and then simulate the effects.
Dragging the marker over the map allows to dynamically change the location of the center of detonation.
When a nuclear bomb detonates will release several different kinds of energy. For example, the explosive blast, direct nuclear radiation and thermal radiation. The affected area by all these types of energy are represented over the map.
In a real-life scenario, the damaged area caused by nuclear explosions can vary greatly affected by a multitude of factors. These factors includes the weapon’s yield (kilotons or megatons), the type of nuclear fuel used, the design of the device, whether it’s exploded (air or surface), the geography surrounding the target or weather conditions. This app does not assume these factors but shows the scale of destruction that nuclear weapons can cause.
The majority of information centers on the Air Force 8-Step Problem Solving Model with content that includes a glossary of terms (as listed in the AFSO21 Playbook), description and use of tools and methodologies, and information related to Lean, Six Sigma, Theory of Constraints, and Business Process Reengineering. A comparison of the 8-Step Model, DMAIC, and PDCA is included. Detailed content thoroughly addresses the applicability and content of the USAF 8-Step A3 Certification Rubric, and interactive use of each individual step of the 8-Step Problem Solving.
AFSO21, AFSO, Lean Six Sigma, CPI, Continuous Process Improvement, Smart Operations, Air Force, AETC, DMAIC