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    microwave
  • An electromagnetic wave with a wavelength in the range 0.001–0.3 m, shorter than that of a normal radio wave but longer than those of infrared radiation. Microwaves are used in radar, in communications, and for heating in microwave ovens and in various industrial processes

  • a short electromagnetic wave (longer than infrared but shorter than radio waves); used for radar and microwave ovens and for transmitting telephone, facsimile, video and data

  • cook or heat in a microwave oven; "You can microwave the leftovers"

  • kitchen appliance that cooks food by passing an electromagnetic wave through it; heat results from the absorption of energy by the water molecules in the food





    built in
  • Forming an integral part of a structure or device

  • (of a characteristic) Inherent; innate

  • (Built-ins) Specific items of personal property which are installed in a real estate improvement such that they become part of the building. Built-in microwave ovens and dishwashers are common examples.

  • existing as an essential constituent or characteristic; "the Ptolemaic system with its built-in concept of periodicity"; "a constitutional inability to tell the truth"

  • constructed as a non-detachable part of a larger structure; being an essential and permanent part of something; of an included feature that normally comes as an extra





    27
  • twenty-seven: the cardinal number that is the sum of twenty-six and one

  • South Africa has switched to a closed numbering system. From 16 January 2007 it became mandatory to dial the full 10 digit telephone number including the three-digit area code even for local calls. The trunk prefix is still '0', with the system generally organised geographically.

  • Year 27 (XXVII) was a common year starting on Wednesday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar.











27 built in microwave - Thermador :




Thermador : MCES 1.5 cu. ft. Built-in Microwave Oven (Requires Trim Kit MCT27ES or MCT30ES)


Thermador : MCES 1.5 cu. ft. Built-in Microwave Oven (Requires Trim Kit MCT27ES or MCT30ES)



Note: Pictured with Trim Kit. (Sold separately) Features Include: Designed for built-in installation only. Must be installed with Thermador's 27" or 30" trim kit. (MCT27ES or MCT30ES) 1000 - Microwave wattage 1400 - Third element wattage 1.5 Cu. Ft. cavity 10 Power levels 12 3/4" turntable Convection and convection combined cooking mode. Features/Specifications Approximate Overall Dimensions: Height 14 3/16" Width 23 7/8" Depth 19 5/16" Before install, consult with product information included with shipment. Don't forget to doubl










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Post Office Tower - London




Post Office Tower - London





With thanks to Wikipedia................

History
The tower was commissioned by the General Post Office (GPO). Its primary purpose was to support the microwave aerials then used to carry telecommunications traffic from London to the rest of the country.

It replaced a much shorter steel lattice tower which had been built on the roof of the neighbouring Museum telephone exchange in the late 1940s to provide a television link between London and Birmingham. The taller structure was required to protect the radio links' "line of sight" against some of the tall buildings in London then in the planning stage. These links were routed via other GPO microwave stations at Harrow Weald, Bagshot, Kelvedon Hatch and Fairseat, and to places like the London Air Traffic Control Centre at West Drayton.

The tower was designed by the architects of the Ministry of Public Building and Works: the chief architects were Eric Bedford and G. R. Yeats. Typical for its time, the building is concrete clad in glass. The narrow cylindrical shape was chosen because of the requirements of the communications aerials: the building will shift no more than 25 centimetres (10 in) in wind speeds of up to 150 km/h (95 mph). Initially the first sixteen floors were for technical equipment and power, above that was a 35 metre section for the microwave aerials, and above that were six floors of suites, kitchens, technical equipment and finally a cantilevered steel lattice tower. To prevent heat build-up the glass cladding was of a special tint. The construction cost was ?2.5 million.

Construction began in June 1961, and owing to the building's height and its having a tower crane jib across the top virtually throughout the whole construction period, it gradually became a very prominent landmark that could be seen from almost anywhere in London. In August 1963 there was even a question raised in Parliament about the crane. Doctor Bennett MP asked the Minister of Public Building and Works how, when the crane on the top of the new Post Office tower had fulfilled its purpose, he proposed to remove it. Mr Geoffrey Rippon replied, "This is a matter for the contractors. The problem does not have to be solved for about a year but there appears to be no danger of the crane having to be left in situ.

The tower was topped out on 15 July 1964 and officially opened by Prime Minister Harold Wilson on 8 October 1965. The Main Contractor was Peter Lind & Co Ltd.[2]

The tower was originally designed to be just 111 metres (364 ft), and its foundations are sunk down through 53 metres of London clay and are formed of a concrete raft 27 metres square, a metre thick, reinforced with six layers of cables on top of which sits a reinforced concrete pyramid.[3]

The tower was officially opened to the public on 16 May 1966 by Tony Benn and Billy Butlin. As well as the communications equipment and office space there were viewing galleries, a souvenir shop, and a rotating restaurant, the "Top of the Tower", on the 34th floor, operated by Butlins. It made one revolution every 22 minutes. An annual race up the stairs of the tower was established and the first race was won by UCL student Alan Green.

A bomb, responsibility for which was claimed by the Provisional IRA,[4] exploded in the roof of the men's toilets at the Top of the Tower restaurant on 31 October 1971. The restaurant was closed to the public for security reasons in 1980, the year in which the Butlins' lease eventually expired. Public access to the building ceased in 1981. The Tower is sometimes used for corporate events, but the closure of the Tower restaurant to the public means London has no revolving restaurant of the type common in major cities throughout the world.

A renovation in the early 2000s introduced a 360-degree coloured lighting display at the top of the tower. Seven colours were programmed to vary constantly at night and intended to appear as a rotating globe to reflect BT's "connected world" corporate styling. The coloured lights give the tower a distinctive appearance on the London skyline at night. The tower has always been a useful late-night navigational beacon for nearby residents, especially the numerous university halls within stumbling distance. In October 2009, the original seven colour lighting system was replaced with a more sophisticated LED-based screen allowing text and full-colour display - visible in daylight.

[edit] The BT Tower today
When the GPO telecommunications services were split off in 1981 (in advance of the 1984 privatisation) the tower was renamed the British Telecom Tower. After the rebranding of the company in 1992 it became the BT Tower. The building is no longer open to the public. The restaurant has been re-opened as a venue for use by BT for events and promotions: since the re-discovery of spare parts for the mechanism, it is even rotated occasionally. Occasional broadcasts are made from the top of the tower, including BBC Radi











Hurricane Ike 9/8/08 1:15 Zulu




Hurricane Ike  9/8/08 1:15 Zulu





000
wtnt44 knhc 072039
tcdat4
hurricane ike discussion number 27
nws tpc/National hurricane center miami fl al092008
500 pm edt sun sep 07 2008

the latest air force reconnaissance mission indicates that ike has
weakened a little. The plane found a peak sfmr of 91 kt and 107 kt
at flight level. An eyewall dropsonde sested surface winds
around 100 kt but the drop may not have sampled the highest winds.
While these observations would normally support a slightly lower
intensity...The central pressure fell to 945 mb...And the initial
intensity is lowered only to 105 kt. A recent series of microwave
passes and reports from the reconnaissance aircraft confirm that an
outer eyewall has formed...But it is doubtful that the eyewall
replacement cycle will complete prior to ike reaching cuba.
Accordingly...Significant strengthening is not expected during the
next 12 hours. Once inland over cuba...Weakening is expected but
the amount of weakening will depend largely on how long the center
stays over land. The latest official forecast keeps ike inland for
approximately 24-36 hours so significant weakening is shown.
However...Only a small deviation to the north or the south could
result in the center of ike moving back over water sooner. Ike is
forecast to reach the southeastern gulf of mexico in about 2 days
where the waters are warm and the shear is forecast to be low.
Ike's potential for restrengthening over the gulf of mexico will
depend on its structure once it emerges from cuba.

Ike has been wobbling westward during the last several hours with an
initial motion estimate of 270/12. A turn toward the west-
northwest is expected tonight or monday as the subtropical ridge to
its north weakens. In 2-3 days...A shortwave trough is forecast to
move through the eastern united states causing additional weakening
of the ridge and a reduction in ike's forward speed. Most of the
dynamical models now show the trough bypassing ike to the
north with a shortwave ridge building in its wake. This pattern
would result in a slight left turn toward the west-northwest at days
4 and 5. Track models continue to trend southward and the official
forecast is nudged a little to the left. However...One should not
focus too much on small changes in the track...And it is much too
early to anticipate which areas along the gulf coast could be
impacted by this system.

Forecast positions and max winds

initial 07/2100z 21.1n 74.6w 105 kt
12hr vt 08/0600z 21.2n 76.5w 100 kt...Inland
24hr vt 08/1800z 21.7n 78.8w 85 kt...Inland
36hr vt 09/0600z 22.4n 80.8w 70 kt...Inland
48hr vt 09/1800z 23.2n 82.6w 65 kt
72hr vt 10/1800z 24.5n 85.5w 75 kt
96hr vt 11/1800z 26.0n 88.0w 90 kt
120hr vt 12/1800z 27.0n 91.0w 100 kt

$$
Forecaster rhome/Beven









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