Tiles

Some articles on tile, tiles:

LI-900 - Statistics
... An LI-900 tile can be heated to 2200 oF (about 1478 K or 1204 celsius) and then immediately plunged into cold water and suffer no damage ... It is required that both black and white tiles are used on the Space Shuttle in order to control the temperature of the vehicle while in orbit ... White tiles (known as LRSI) are used mainly on the upper surface and have higher thermal reflectivity ...
Square Deal (game) - Gameplay
... The goal of the game is to play all of the tiles in your hand before your opponent ... The game starts by shuffling the 25 square tiles (divided into four colored triangular sections) face down and each player drawing 12 tiles face down ... This can also be done by placing 10 tiles face down ...
Sensacell - Technology
... system consists of an array of individual input/output modules, or “tiles.” Each module typically contains a combination of capacitive sensors to ... The tiles are designed to fit within a 6” square grid, and are currently produced in three different configurations HSI64-36-Monochrome HSI64-36-RGB S61 ... but with additional capabilities due to the nature of the capacitive sensors used in the tiles ...
São Bento Train Station - Tiles
... The most notable aspect of São Bento Station is the large, magnificent tile panels in the vestibule ... The tiles numbers are 20 thousand, date from 1905–1916 and are the work of Jorge Colaço, the most important azulejo painter of the time ... The first tiles were put up on 13 August 1905 ...
Cement Tile - Uses and Applications
... Cement tiles are widely used around the world in residences and commercial buildings and they are experiencing a revival in the US ... The durability of cement tiles for use in public areas is gaining popularity ... Cement tiles can be applied to concrete surfaces, any common underlayment, magnesium oxide wallboard or any appropriate surface ...

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