LINCOLN, NE – SEPTEMPER 6: People play ball before the game between the McNeese State Cowboys and the Nebraska Cornhuskers at Memorial Stadium on September 6, 2014 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Eric Francis/Getty Images)Nebraska four-star quarterback Tristan Gebbia decided earlier this week to transfer out of the Huskers’ program before the start of the 2018 season.Gebbia, a top recruit in the 2017 class, lost the Huskers’ quarterback competition to true freshman Adrian Martinez.The former four-star recruit decided shortly after that to ask for his release from the program, which he was granted.The quarterback is reportedly heading to the Pac-12.Yahoo! Sports’ Pete Thamel is reporting that Gebbia is transferring to Oregon State.“Source: Former Nebraska QB Tristan Gebbia has committed to transfer to Oregon State. He’ll be eligible in 2019 after sitting this season. OSU coach Jonathan Smith had recruited Gebbia hard at Washington,” he reports.Source: Former Nebraska QB Tristan Gebbia has committed to transfer to Oregon State. He’ll be eligible in 2019 after sitting this season. OSU coach Jonathan Smith had recruited Gebbia hard at Washington.— Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) August 30, 2018Gebbia was one of the top pro-style QBs in the country coming out of high school. He committed to Mike Riley at Nebraska.
Print Close My location zoom Troms Offshore Fleet 2 AS, a wholly owned subsidiary of Troms Offshore Supply AS and a Tidewater Company, has taken delivery of its new build no 817 at VARD Aukra shipyard in Norway. A naming ceremony was held in Bergen on Friday 31st January and the ship was named MV Troms Arcturus. Trroms Arcturus is a clean design diesel electric PSV (Platform Supply Vessel), 94.5 metres long and 21 metres wide with a free deck area of 1 170 m2 and a deadweight of 5 660 t, and she is one of the largest PSVs operating in Norway. PSV 07 is a new innovative design developed by STX OSV and is a larger version of the well proven PSV 09 design. Troms Arcturus is a Clean Design environmentally friendly ship with focus on low fuel consumption and low emission of greenhouse gases. The vessel is further arranged for rapid response operations, including rescue of personnel and oil recovery operations. The ship is prepared for winterized operations, including the class notations ICE C and DEICE.Following the naming ceremony in Bergen MV Troms Arcturus will enter a long term contract for Statoil. The ship will primarily be positioned for operations in the North Sea and in the Barents Sea, will fly Norwegian NOR flag with a crew of 28 split on two shifts. 此页面无法正确加载 Google 地图。您是否拥有此网站？确定 Troms Offshore, February 3, 2014
Jena, Germany-based ZEISS has launched the Mineralogic Mining solution to deliver automated quantitative petrological analysis. It will provide “fully quantitative evaluation during mineral exploration, ore characterisation, process optimisation and tailings-control processes. The new solution will enable the mining industry to maximise the recovery of natural resources in the most environmentally sustainable manner.” ZEISS Mineralogic Mining combines a mineral analysis engine with a scanning electron microscope and energy dispersive spectrometers to provide automated analysis, rapid reports and high resolution EDS maps.ZEISS Mineralogic Mining also brings to the natural resources market a unique ability to tailor sample analysis workflows. “The accuracy of mineral classifications are second-to-none thanks to the ability to choose between four different mineral classification techniques.” A full suite of image processing functions are also available to enable better discrimination between elements with similar average atomic weight such as coal and iron ore.High productivity and throughput are essential for the mining industry and ZEISS states that using Mineralogic Mining sample runs are quick and easy to setup and minerals are measured and classified in real-time with no need for post processing of data. Chemical assay data is measured, not inferred, allowing improved assay reconciliation and elemental deportment quantification. Dr Ben Tordoff, Mining Segment Manager for ZEISS explains: “The launch of ZEISS Mineralogic Mining marks an important return to the mining sector for ZEISS. This sophisticated tool brings new technology to mining which requires minimal user input to generate exactly the information that is needed to make the right process decisions.”ZEISS offers a wide range of solutions to the natural resources market, from light microscopy for morphological analysis to focused ion beam and X-ray microscopy for 3D imaging of volumes. The latest technology to be added to the portfolio, ZEISS Mineralogic Mining, is offered on conventional, field emission and focused ion beam electron microscopes with the option to correlate data with optical and X-ray datasets.