Isolate area for 100 meters in all directions. Use a chemical extinguisher to put out any fires. first aide- move victim to fresh air, administer o2, remove all contaminated clothing, if in contact with skin and eyes flush for 20min. Immediately cool burned areas with warm water and don't remove any clothing stuck to the skin. thaw any frosted parts with lukewarm water if contacted by a liquefied
Controlled Variables: Size of wood samples, tempter of fire, method of ignition, shape of wood samples. B. Materials: Lighter (torch) Wood such as (poplar, oak, pine) Stopwatch Water Chiminea C. Procedure: Buy wood such as (poplar, oak, pine) cut into identical shape/size. Use the lighter (torch) to burn the wood in the chiminea and time how long it burns. Do the process 9 times (3 trials for each piece of wood.)
After 10 min, add the potatoes. Let 10 more minutes pass then add the corn-on-the-cob. After 10 more minutes, add the crab meat. 2 minutes later, add the shrimp. Cook for 4 more minutes, then drain liquid from pot and pour contents over a clean, unused large garbage bag or newspapers.
To get mass of food burnt, I subtracted the initial mass by the final mass. I then repeated these steps for the other two samples making sure to clean and dry the beaker each time. I got the heat energy gained by multiplying the ΔT by the mass of the water and 4.184 J/g°C. Then I calculated the heat energy per unit mass by taking my heat energy gained and dividing it by the mass of food burnt to get Joules/ g. To get the Cal of the sample I took the J/g and divided it by 4.184 and then divided that answer by 1,000 to get my Calorie. Observations: Marshmallow: I noticed that the marshmallow caught fire pretty quick.
Eng 2116 Engineer Egg Drop Paper Description: Using only a single piece of cardboard, scissors and masking tape, construct an egg carton that will allow an egg to fall 20 feet without breaking. Idea: 1) Cut the poster board in to 2 halves. 2) Use one half to construct a cone. The cone should be large enough that the egg will fit into the open end of the cone but will go no farther than half way down the cone. (See figure 1.1.)
It is for children with wheat allergies. The dough is quite sticky at first, but just continues kneading it and it will turn out beautifully. • ½ cup rice flour • ½ cup cornstarch • ½ cup salt • 2 tsp cream of tartar • 1 cup cold water • 1 tsp cooking oil • Food coloring Combine all ingredients except food coloring in a medium saucepan. Cook over medium heat stirring constantly until mixture thickens and forms a ball. Allow the dough to cool and then add in your food coloring.
The shelters are able to shield trapped firefighters from the radiant heat of the fire, as well as give them a small amount of breathable air amidst the superheated gases. Because grass is such a light flashy fuel, in grass fires it is known that most firefighters die from the inhalation of superheated gases and actually do not burn to death. Having a fire shelter would have given the men the few seconds or minutes needed to breath while the fire quickly burned past
Be sure to remove all material so that tubers can not regenerate. - All chemicals signed for daily including area of use, rates, amount used, weather conditions. PPE signed for and worn. 2. Contamination precautions - use weed wand lid to prevent spills and herbicide contact with non target plants and waterway - cleaning of clothing and equipment to stop poisoning of non target species and stop spread of CCC - removal of unwanted cut plant material 3.
Transfer the peanut butter that is now on the knife to one slice of bread and spread the scoop of peanut butter evenly on this slice with the knife. If more peanut butter is desired repeat taking the peanut butter from the jar and spreading it on the same slice of bread. Put the knife down off to the side. Put down the slice of bread with the peanut butter on it back on the plate, next to the other slice of bread, with the peanut butter side up. The third step is to clean the knife using the napkin and wipe it clean.
In the bowl, add 3 table spoons of paprika (this is optional), 3 tablespoons of salt, 3 tablespoons of garlic powder,, 1 table spoon of cumin seeds. Mix them thoroughly, until they are combined into one substance of seasonings and your masa. 3. Add 2 cups of corn oil into the seasoned masa. While doing so, begin to work your hands against the mixture, to create dough out of the seasoned masa, and corn oil.