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    erance not exceed ±0.3%,repeated measuring no more than 0.15% as fuel dispenser is operated within the flow range between maximum flow-rate (Qmax) and minimum flow-rate (Qmin). Flux scope is also called measurable range --- between minimum measured value and maximum flow-rate within basic tolerance. The ratio of maximum flow rate to minimum flow rate is called measurable ratio. In model testing the value is 10 to 1. Accuracy testing is conducted at six flow points within the fuel dispenser measurable range so as to get their tolerances. This relation between tolerance and flux is called the tolerance nature of flow meter. The less flow tolerance the better. Measurable range ratio is 10 to 1 as fuel dispenser being left factory, testing three flux points, that is, Qmax, 0.4 Qmax, 0.1 Qmax . However, the ratio in operation place is 5 to 1, only testing two flow points -- Qmax , 0.2 Qmax . Minimum measured volume testing Testing purpose is to assess indicative tolerance when refueling by minimum measured value. Relevant regulations stipulate that the minimum flow rate don’t surplus 5L as for a fuel dispenser with maximum flow rate no more than 60L. Its maximum tolerance in terms of minimum measured value don’t exceed ±0.5%, measurable repeatability no more than ±0.25%. Flow stop f fuel dispenser uel dispenser page testing The testing is conducted in order to define the possible tolerance range that generated in refueling progress in which hydraulic flow stop suddenly due to some accidents like power cut. Vapor separator performance testing It is conducted to value the capacity of vapor separator how much vapor would be divided from oil. Vapor separator’s function is to ensure that media passing over flow meter should be in single direction without any foam or bubble. Otherwise, flow meter can’t get right value of measurement. Volume fluctuation testing The test is aimed at defining the hose’s inner cubage variability of fuel dispenser under maximum pressure condition. According to fuel dispenser’s working principal, hose always

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    R ?I was disappointed to read that Mr Buffett would be leaving the bulk of his entire fortune to the Gates Foundation, with the balance going to foundations controlled by his children. This is the same Mr Buffett who has very publicly advocated the retention of the estate tax to prevent intergenerational transfers of wealth. Current estate-tax rates would ensure that Mr Buffett s estate would generate around $17 billion for the treasury (were he to die this year), which h fuel dispenser e will now avoid. Is this, perhaps, a classic case of “Do as I say, not as I do? David Zisser San Francisco SIR ?I would be the last person to argue against investing research dollars where they can do the most good (“How to spend it? July 1st). But in the case of diabetes the statistics you used underestimate—by multiples—the mortality and disability burden of the diabetes epidemic (350m sufferers by 2025, 80% of them in developing countries). Most of your data is based, originally, on World Health Organisation statistics, which came from death certificates. Rather than coding diabetes as the cause of death, 89% of doctors code the end-stage complications of diabetes. These include heart disease and stroke, renal failure and opportunistic infections. More recent work from the WH f fuel dispenser uel dispenser O gives diabetes mortality numbers that are 3.5 times higher. The investments that the Gates Foundation and others are directing towards infectious and parasitic diseases like malaria are wonderful and long overdue. Perhaps now they can also address diabetes and cardiovascular disease, which impose an equal burden in the regions they are trying to help. Jonathan Betz Brown Chair, Task Force on Diabetes Economics, International Diabetes Federation Portland, Oregon SIR ?It is not true that “the Gates Foundation will eventually be able to count on assets of around $60 billion? at least not as a result of Mr Buffett s generosity (“The new powers in giving? July 1st). One of the conditions Mr Buffett put on his