התדרים של עידן פלוס הם - אפיק 26 (תדר- 514MHz) במרכז, ואפיק 29 (תדר- 538MHz) בצפון , אלה הישנים ב DVB-T
האפיקים החדשים שבניסוי הינם : אפיק 28 (תדר- 530MHz) במרכז , ו אפיק 32 (תדר- 562MHz) בצפון . אלה ב DVB-T2
בתדרים הישנים יש את ערוצי הטלויזיה - 2, 10, 1, 33, 99 …
פורום זה פתוח רק לחברי קהילת הלווין הישראלית בלבד
מי שלא חבר לא רואה את כל הפורום או לא יכול להכנס אליו
חובה רישום בפורום ומשלוח 10 הודעות בפורום
הקבלה לקהילה היא על תנאי .
כל עוד מכבדים את התקנון ותקנות הקהילה .
עם החברות …
טכנאי yes לא בא: "אין פיצוי לפי חוק הטכנאים"
ק' הצטרף ל-yes ונקבע מועד להתקנת חיבור בביתו. הטכנאי לא הגיע ועל כן לכאורה מגיע לו פיצוי: 600 ש' כחוק. רק שנציגת yes טענה: "אתה עדיין לא לקוח" והסכימה לפצותו ב-100 ש' בלבד. האם החוק לא תקף על …
טכנאי HOT לא הגיע? מגיע לך פיצוי. בעצם לא
לקוח חיכה לטכנאי וזה לא הגיע. כשדרש פיצוי של 600 שקל מ-HOT על פי חוק, נענה בתחילה בחיוב ואז סירבו לפצותו. גם אחרי שעות על הקו עם החברה, לטענתו, לא הצליח לקבל שירות כלבבו. HOT: "לאחר בדיקת המקרה, הלקוח יפוצה בגין אי הגעת טכנאי על-פי חוק" http://www.ynet.co.il/articles/0,7340,L-4666077,00.html
החזירו ממירים ל-HOT ובכל זאת נרדפו
קפקא לא יכול היה להמציא השתלשלות יותר מייאשת: נציג חברה העובדת עם HOT אסף 3 ממירים מביתה של אורה. בכל זאת התקשרו מחברת גבייה לטעון שהחזירה רק 2 ממירים. למרות ששלחה הוכחה, המקרה הועבר למשרד עורכי-דין שדרש 582 שקל. HOT: "בשל טעות אחד הממירים לא הוסר מהמנוי"
Yellowcake (also called urania كيك زرد) is a type of uranium concentrate powder obtained from leach solutions, in an intermediate step in the processing of uranium ores.
It is a step in the processing of uranium after it has been mined but before fuel fabrication or uranium enrichment.
Yellowcake concentrates are prepared by various extraction and refining methods, depending on the types of ores.
Typically, yellowcakes are obtained through the milling and chemical processing of uranium ore, forming a coarse powder that has a pungent odor, is insoluble in water, and contains about 80% uranium oxide, which melts at approximately 2880 °C.
Iran Uranium ore to Yellowcake production, Spring 1399, Nuclear fuel
יש אומרים שאורניום מועשר מתוצרת איראן הגיע אפילו לסעודיה
The Zirconium Production Plant (ZPP) was established at Esfahan ostensibly for the production of cladding and grid spacer materials for nuclear reactors as part of Iran's drive for complete fuel cycle independance.
The main products as of July 2008 were nuclear grade Zirconium sponge (50 tones per year), nuclear grade Zirconium alloys tube (10 tones per year), and nuclear grade Zirconium alloys strip and bar (2 tones per year).
Magnesium (100 tones per year) and Hafnium Oxide (5 tones per year) were produced at the ZPP as byproducts of the Zirconium production process.
The production facilities at the ZPP were also to be used for the production of pure Magnesium, Zirconium alloys, Titanium and its alloys, the casting of Ferrous and non-Ferrous metals, and the forming of Stainless Steel, Ferrous and non-Ferrous metals.
63 percent pure Zircon was said to be the plant's primary raw resource product.
To this end a variety of facilities were constructed within the ZPP including: a forging and machining workshop, and facilities for carburization, Magnesium electrolysis, extrusion, primary chlorination, cold rolling, Magnesium distillation, ingot casting and sponge crushing.
********** The nuclear fuel cycle, also called nuclear fuel chain is the progression of nuclear fuel through a series of differing stages.
It consists of steps in the front end, which are the preparation of the fuel, steps in the service period in which the fuel is used during reactor operation, and steps in the back end, which are necessary to safely manage, contain, and either reprocess or dispose of spent nuclear fuel.
If spent fuel is not reprocessed, the fuel cycle is referred to as an open fuel cycle (or a once-through fuel cycle); if the spent fuel is reprocessed, it is referred to as a closed fuel cycle.
Iran UF6 process & Uranium enrichment centrifuges in Natanz nuclear cente
Natanz nuclear center Geo coordinate 33°43′24.43″N, 51°43′37.55″E
Natanz is a hardened Fuel Enrichment Plant (FEP) covering 100,000 square meters that is built 8 meters underground and protected by a concrete wall 2.5 meters thick, itself protected by another concrete wall.
It is located at Natanz, the capital city of Natanz County, Isfahan Province, Iran. In 2004, the roof was hardened with reinforced concrete and covered with 22 meters of earth. The complex consists of two 25,000 square meter halls and a number of administrative buildings. This once secret site was one of the two exposed by Alireza Jafarzadeh in August, 2002.
IAEA Director General Mohamed ElBaradei visited the site on 21 February 2003 and reported that 160 centrifuges were complete and ready for operation, with 1,000 more under construction at the site.
In accordance with Code 3.1 of the Subsidiary Arrangements to Iran's safeguards agreement that were in force up to that time, Iran was not obligated to declare the Natanz enrichment facility until six months before nuclear material was introduced into the facility.
According to the IAEA, in 2009 there were approximately 7,000 centrifuges installed at Natanz, of which 5,000 were producing low enriched uranium.
Iran Nuclear Fuel Rod & Pellets, Fuel Manufacturing Plant
The Fuel Manufacturing Plant (FMP) is the primary center for nuclear fuel production in Iran. On 9 April 2009, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad محمود احمدي نژاد officially inaugurated the FMP, although the IAEA reported that the plant had been making fuel prior to Iran's formal declaration.
The FMP produces natural uranium fuel rods for the IR-40 research reactor at Arak, and could potentially manufacture fuel for the low enriched uranium-fueled Bushehr reactor, although Iran has agreed to accept Russian fuel for Bushehr.
In a letter dated 5 May 2003, Iran informed the IAEA for the first time of its intention to construct the FMP at Isfahan (Esfahan). By November 2008, then-head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran Gholam Reza Aghazadeh غلامرضا آقازاده announced that Iran had produced the first nuclear fuel pellets for use in the IR-40 reactor.
The Uranium Conversion Facility at Esfahan provides the feedstock, and the core fuel assemblies are made from natural UO2, requiring no enrichment before engineers turn the uranium into fuel rods.
On 23 May 2009 the IAEA concluded that the FMP, with the exception of the final quality control testing area, had been completed, and that one fuel assembly had been assembled. On 11 August 2009, the Agency conducted both a physical inventory verification (PIV) and design information verification (DIV) at the FMP, and concluded that the final quality control equipment had been installed.
According to a November 2010 IAEA report, results of the PIV and DIV indicated that the inventory of nuclear material at the FMP is consistent with Iranian declarations.
As of May 2013, Iran is still conducting fuel manufacturing activities at the FMP in violation of United Nations Security Council resolutions. Notably, Iran has constructed 37 prototype natural uranium fuel assemblies at the FMP for initial testing and eventual integration into the IR-40 reactor.
Separative work - the amount of separation done by an enrichment process - is a function of the concentrations of the feedstock, the enriched output, and the depleted tailings; and is expressed in units which are so calculated as to be proportional to the total input (energy / machine operation time) and to the mass processed. Separative work is not energy.
The same amount of separative work will require different amounts of energy depending on the efficiency of the separation technology. Separative work is measured in Separative work units SWU, kg SW, or kg UTA (from the German Urantrennarbeit - literally uranium separation work)
1 SWU = 1 kg SW = 1 kg UTA 1 kSWU = 1 tSW = 1 t UTA 1 MSWU = 1 ktSW = 1 kt UTA
Iran made 2th generation IR-8 Uranium enrichment centrifuge SWU 24