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The first Mercedes-Benz truck range, presented at the 1926 Berlin Motor Show (October) and at the 1927 International Motor Show for Trucks and Special Vehicles in Cologne (May) included three basic models with the payloads of 1.5, 2.5 and 5 tons. Each model was available with a standard and a low-frame chassis. Low chassis made sense especially that time to make easier loading and unloading of the vehicle. Also the low chassis has been used to build the buses. The models with the standard chassis were L1, L2 and L5 (L stood for Lastwagen, German word for a truck, and the digit stood for the rated payload in tons). The models with the low chassis were N1, N2 and NJ5/N5 (N stood for Niederwagen, German word means a low car). The trucks were equipped with the 4 cylinders petrol engines (M14, M2 and M5), developing 45HP, 55HP and 70 HP. Mercedes-Benz L1 and L2 were the new models, but Mercedes-Benz L5 truck was basically a continuation of famous Benz 5CN truck, which was developed before the merge of Benz & Cie and Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft companies.

Ls Models (13) mp4

LS-RAPID is an integrated simulation model capable of capturing the entire landslide process starting from a state of stability to landslide initiation and movement to the mass deposition. This paper provides an overview of the use of LS-RAPID to simulate landslide case histories around the world, provides a manual for readers to begin using the program for simulations, and describes the use of the program for several models. Specific steps to use the basic and advanced features in LS-RAPID are provided within the paper. Additionally, video tutorials are provided to supplement the descriptive steps provided in this paper. These tutorials are developed to focus on individual aspects of the program. The paper concludes with three tutorials that provide a complete walk-through of the use of the program from start to finish. These tutorials are for (1) an example of a rainfall-induced failure, (2) an example of an earthquake-induced failure, and (3) the case study of the Atami debris flow. The Atami debris flow illustrates the ability of LS-RAPID to reproduce reliable results associated with the initiation and runout motions of the observed failure.

Table 1 present a list of case studies in which LS-RAPID models were utilized. These case studies involve landslides triggered by rainfall or earthquake and have already been published in journals, chapter books and conference proceedings. The relevant references for additional information about the case study are also provided.

Every McLaren car ever made in one place. Learn about every model the iconic McLaren company has ever created. We even included race cars. Most people know McLaren from its most recent years of rapid model expansion. At the time of writing McLaren had 12 current models for sale (plus two race cars for sale) to the general public. There is also the MSO team at McLaren who create one off and limited edition production models for those who want something truly unique and rare.

The current McLaren model lineup is led by the Ultimate Series cars - the Elva, the Senna and the Speedtail. Then you have the Supercar series with performance monsters like the new 765LT and the brand new Artura hybrid supercar. The entry level Sports Series classification is also gone (together with the cars like the 570S that previously carried that tag). In its place is the new McLaren GT. The 765LT is one of the best supercars out there today; having proven itself as a worthy successor to the legendary 675LT. Don't forget to check out our in-depth guide to current McLaren models.

6 Cars. McLaren built the 570GT MSO Cabbeen Collection as a China-only model. The company made five of the cars that appeared at the 2018 Beijing Auto Show in China. Now, there is a sixth car that made its American debut at the Lunar New Year: Year of the Pig celebration in Los Angeles. McLaren Special Operations and Mr. Cabbeen, a Chinese fashion designer teamed up to build the bespoke models.

Break free from the 2D confines of traditional reports. With D3PLOT Viewer you can explore results in 3D with your team in meetings and design reviews, share animated 3D models with designers and suppliers, and bring the 3D experience to clients in your project deliverables.

Explore this larger sled test model featuring LSTC HIII 50M with seatbelt and airbag deployment, or this fan blade-off test model from the LS-DYNA Aerospace Working Group (these larger models will take 10-20 seconds to load depending on your web browser and internet connection)

Learning the topology of graphs as well as processes evolving over graphs are tasks emerging in application domains as diverse as gene-regulatory, brain, power, and social networks, to name a few. Scalable approaches to deal with such high-dimensional settings aim to address the unique modeling and computational challenges associated with data-driven science in the modern era of big data analytics. Albeit simple and tractable, linear time-invariant models are limited as they are incapable of modeling changing topologies, as well as nonlinear and dynamic dependencies between nodal processes. To this end, novel approaches are presented to leverage nonlinear counterparts of partial correlation and partial Granger causality, as well as nonlinear structural equations and vector auto-regressions, along with attributes such as low rank, sparsity, and smoothness to capture even directional dependencies with abrupt change points, as well as dynamic processes over possibly time-evolving topologies. The unifying framework inherits the versatility and generality of kernel-based methods, and lends itself to batch and computationally affordable online learning algorithms, which include novel Kalman filters and smoothers over graphs. Real data experiments highlight the impact of the nonlinear and dynamic models on gene-regulatory and functional connectivity of brain networks, where connectivity patterns revealed exhibit discernible differences relative to existing approaches.

We reveal an interesting link between tensors and multivariate statistics. The rank of a multivariate probability tensor can be interpreted as a nonlinear measure of statistical dependence of the associated random variables. Rank equals one when the random variables are independent, and complete statistical dependence corresponds to full rank; but we show that rank as low as two can already model strong statistical dependence. In practice we usually work with random variables that are neither independent nor fully dependent -- partial dependence is typical, and can be modeled using a low-rank multivariate probability tensor. Directly estimating such a tensor from sample averages is impossible even for as few as ten random variables taking ten values each -- yielding a billion unknowns; but we often have enough data to estimate lower-order marginalized distributions. We prove that it is possible to identify the higher-order joint probabilities from lower order ones, provided that the higher-order probability tensor has low-enough rank, i.e., the random variables are only partially dependent. We also provide a computational identification algorithm that is shown to work well on both simulated and real data. The insights and results have numerous applications in estimation, hypothesis testing, completion, machine learning, and system identification. Low-rank tensor modeling thus provides a `universal' non-parametric (model-free) alternative to probabilistic graphical models.

  • Hydra-Matic 8L90 eight-speed automatic transmission (6.2L V-8 models)

  • 12,000-pound max trailering capacity available, based on SAE J2807 Recommended Practices

  • Enhanced Chevrolet MyLink with Text Messaging Alerts and Siri Eyes Free

  • Available OnStar with 4G LTE and built-in Wi-Fi hotspot (3GB/three-month data trial)

  • New, available up-level trailering mirrors with back-up lighting

  • Argent grille with chrome surround on LTZ models with the Z71 package

  • Spray-on bedliner now offered on all models

  • USB port added to upper glove box on LT models with 40/20/40 front bench seat

  • Exterior colors: Rain Forrest Metallic, Deep Ocean Blue Metallic, Sunrise Metallic (limited availability) and Pewter Metallic (limited availability)

Additional new and enhanced features for 2015 include a new argent grille mesh finish with chrome surround on LTZ models with the Z71 package; the available spray-on bedliner is now offered on all models; and a USB port is added to the upper glove box on LT models equipped with the 40/20/40 front bench seat.

Model and trim detailsThe 2015 Silverado is offered in WT (Work Truck), LS, LT and LTZ trim levels, along with Z71 and High Country models, giving customers a wider range of well-equipped trucks offering premium features. All three cab styles and box configurations are available in WT, LS and LT trim, with LTZ reserved for double and crew cab models.

Wheel choices for other models include standard 17-inch painted steel wheels on WT and 17-inch steel wheels with stainless steel trim on LS; with 17-inch bright-machined aluminum on LT and 18-inch bright-machined aluminum on LTZ. Eighteen-inch wheels are available on LT and 20-inch wheels are offered on LT and LTZ.

All models feature an upright instrument panel with a six-gauge instrument cluster and multiple storage options tailored to the needs of customers who rely on their truck for more than simply hauling cargo. The controls are logically placed and easy to operate with work gloves on.

The 2015 Silverado benefits from a half-inch wider rear track and half-inch wider wheels introduced on the redesigned 2014 models to enhance stability and ride smoothness. The new geometry also contributes to flatter, more confident-feeling cornering whether the truck is empty, loaded or trailering. The wider wheels reduce tire flexing and new-design twin-tube shock absorbers at all corners improve low-speed damping for a smoother, more controlled ride. 041b061a72


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