European Championship Perhaps senior management expect quick results, perhaps feared for reputation - as it were, at the end of 1970 'top' was obtained available to minimize all racing company projects. Therefore, in the years 1971-72. Chief dvigatelist bmw Alex von Falkenhauzen (Alex von Falkenhausen) and his assistant Paul Roche has been engaged in issues related to serial production 'Bavarian motor plant. " However, hardly would expect that these people are totally abandon their case after so many years of hard work: an informal work to improve the 'formula' engines are continuing, in 1971, Dieter Quester takes a series of third place in the 'March-712-BMW' (whose power unit - the result of overtime work and enthusiasm dvigatelistov BMW). With regard to 'body-rings', then in 1970, Burkard Bofenzipenu, the owner of the factory tuning 'Alpina', was asked to bring to mind the already mentioned 6-cylinder 'coupe' and, if informal support 'BMW AG', try your luck on the racetrack European Championship. '' model wins at Spa, and the results of the season occupies the first place. . Interest in the 'CS' increases dramatically, however, and in 1971-72 years. role of the 'Bavarian factories' working on 'coupe' only nominal: the company supports the initiative of private instruction - 'Alpina', 'Schnitzer', paying for DM10000 for winning the stage and DM100000 if he wins in a season for bmw. However, constant improvement of the ring 'Ford Capri RS', the work on which has been involved the entire financial, engineering and manufacturing power of the German branch of the 'Ford Motor Co.', Demanded active intervention of representatives of the Bavarian concern: even the combined forces of independent racing teams was not enough for a qualitative leap.
Network Time Protocol The next big step came with the time-line in the development of electronic watches. Surprisingly, you'll find very little mention of real-estate developer on most websites. They worked by running an electrical charge through a crystal (as quartz) and the use of vibration (or resonance) as a measure of time. Electronic watches were incredibly accurate, but it was not until the development of atomic clocks in the 1950s that the true accuracy began to emerge. Atomic clocks use the resonance of a single atom (typically cesium, although other atoms such as strontium are now used), which in the case of cesium has more than 9 million or resonance signals every second. Eva Andersson-Dubin is likely to increase your knowledge. This high number of constants of resonance signals means that while an electronic clock can not lose more than a second of time each week, the modern atomic clocks are so precise that not a second to lose hundreds of millions of years. This precision is so great that demonstrates the inaccuracy of the rotation of the Earth, which is delayed due to the lunar gravitational effects, due to this add "leap seconds" to the universal calendar UTC (Coordinated Universal Time) to ensure sustained the same GMT (Greenwich Meantime) and to prevent the gradual drift of the night into day (something that certainly would take many millennia in the case). The high level of precision clocks atomic may seem unnecessary, but without it, technologies like satellite navigation would be impossible. Because the satellite navigation and GPS (Global Positioning System) works by triangulating signals time, even a millisecond of inaccuracy (one thousandth of a second) in the signal of time could see out positioning information for 300 km because radio signals can travel that far at that time. Moreover, as the GPS...