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Two-stage garbage incinerator

A two-stage garbage incinerator is characterized in that secondary air supply holes are arranged on front and rear arches of a furnace body and an ignition combustion-supporting hole is arranged on the rear arch; a grate in the furnace body is divided into two stages from top to bottom; the upper stage is a forward pushing stage and the lower stage is a backward pushing stage; an independent primary air chamber is arranged below each stage; the heads of the grates on the forward pushing stage face the low point direction of the grates; the heads of the grates on the backward pushing stage face the high point direction of the grates; moving beams of the grates on the same stage are equipped with left and right draw bars arranged side by side; the left and right draw bars are supported by supporting roller devices and are connected with the moving beams to form draw bar frames; and the ends of the draw bar frames are connected with front rocker arm driving mechanisms, lateral rocker arm driving mechanisms or front straight driving mechanisms. The incinerator can realize full drying of the whole garbage material, ensure complete combustion and ensure the garbage incineration effect and hot ignition loss rate. At the same time, the incinerator has less spare parts and spare part specifications, good quick-wear part interchangeability and low manufacture and maintenance costs.

System and method for enhancing computer-generated images of terrain on aircraft displays

A system and method are disclosed for enhancing the visibility and ensuring the correctness of terrain and navigation information on aircraft displays, such as, for example, continuous, three-dimensional perspective view aircraft displays conformal to the visual environment. More specifically, an aircraft display system is disclosed that includes a processing unit, a navigation system, a database for storing high resolution terrain data, a graphics display generator, and a visual display. One or more independent, higher precision databases with localized position data, such as navigation data or position data is onboard. Also, one or more onboard vision sensor systems associated with the navigation system provides real-time spatial position data for display, and one or more data links is available to receive precision spatial position data from ground-based stations. Essentially, before terrain and navigational objects (e.g., runways) are displayed, a real-time correction and augmentation of the terrain data is performed for those regions that are relevant and/or critical to flight operations, in order to ensure that the correct terrain data is displayed with the highest possible integrity. These corrections and augmentations performed are based upon higher precision, but localized onboard data, such as navigational object data, sensor data, or up-linked data from ground stations. Whenever discrepancies exist, terrain data having a lower integrity can be corrected in real-time using data from a source having higher integrity data. A predictive data loading approach is used, which substantially reduces computational workload and thus enables the processing unit to perform such augmentation and correction operations in real-time.
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