YLC-6M Radar is highly mobile, fully solid-state, 2D, median and low altitude surveillance radar, which adopts fully solid-state, full coherent, pulse compression, moving target detect system. The radar has perfect performances and possesses advanced technical features such as high mobility, high reliability and high automatization degree. The maintenance of the YCL-6M Radar should be performed at the radar site. This technical book describes mainly the contents and methods of various grades of maintenance at radar site. The radar should be sent to the median depot for major overhaul after 10 operation years, the major overhaul description is comprised in the range of this book. Under the condition of daily use, the maintenance schedule of YLC-6M Radar may be divided roughly into the daily maintenance, weekly maintenance, monthly maintenance and annual maintenance as per the time, but the time is not the most important thing, it means only that after certain operation time, the radar should be checked and maintained to keep the good performance and find the hidden trouble.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Yemen College of Middle Eastern Studies, commonly referred to as YCMES and formerly known as Yemen Language Center, is a private college located in the historic Old City of San a, Republic of Yemen. The YCMES is located on the 26th of September St, close to the Yemeni Parliament building, and a five minute walk from Tahrir Square. The Yemen College of Middle Eastern Studies was created from the standing buildings and reputation of the Yemen Language Center (YLC). The Yemen Language Center was founded in 1989 by Sabri Saleem, the former Associate Country Director for the US Peace Corps for twelve years. In 1993, the YLC expanded by founding the Yemen Center for Arab Studies, adding academic courses to those of language instruction. In 2006, to accommodate the increasing academic interest in Arabic and the Middle East, the Yemen Language Center and the Yemen Center for Arab Studies transitioned into the YCMES.
This book made an attempt to understand the water quality level of selected lakes in Bangalore city, India. The Study covered three major lakes of bangalore city. Study found that, all the lakes are polluted due to anthropogenic activities. The study results showed that, YLC and Bellandur lake were in europhic condition. hebbal ws oligotrophicIt also recommends that, the urgent need of conservation of Urban lakes for various ecological benefits. Study recommends and urge upon, the Local bodies of state government and Pollution control Agency to stop development of residential layouts and encroachments that is going on briskly to prevent further deterioration of Lake water quality due to the likely generation and discharge of sewage water and dumping of solid waste into the Lake. Study also recommends to study and prepare watershed management techniques focus on the best management practices and include on-site techniques such as controlling agricultural pollutants through crop rotations, manure management, grassed water ways, controlling erosion and sedimentation etc