The relatively flat blades give good performance at those speeds, and excellent take-off performance, but I expected that they would run out of puff at higher speeds compared to the high-helix props like the Bollie and the Kool. But testing shows this not to be the case, in that at the same manifold pressure settings, the Brolga performed at 86kts, within one knot of both the Warp and the Kool! The pitch blocks only come in one degree steps. 16º is a bit too fine for cruise, giving WOT 6000rpm, but 17º is over-pitched for best take-off. Since the Brolga is under-pitched, the rpm for the same manifold pressure setting is higher, but the speed was still the same...... I had expected that this large 4-blade prop would be best at take-off and noticeably slower at such speeds, but it seems not to be the case....... At WOT it gave 100+ knots, same as all the others, which was really surprising!
The . Nuclear Regulatory Commission has exclusive jurisdiction over radiological aspects of nuclear facilities, and, therefore, California is preempted from imposing upon operators of nuclear facilities any regulatory requirements concerning radiation hazards and nuclear safety. California may, however, impose requirements related to other issues. The . Supreme Court, in Pacific Gas and Electric Company v. State Energy Commission, 461 . 190, 103 S. Ct. 1713 (1983), held that the federal government has preempted the entire field of "radiological safety aspects involved in the construction and operation of a nuclear plant, but that the states retain their traditional responsibility in the field of regulating electrical utilities for determining questions of need, reliability, costs, and other related state concerns."
After all of the changes, Green says that her final staging of The Music Man was “a different show, but [that] the soul of it was the same.” In the end, it was Green who went through the biggest transformation. She was reminded of the magic of theatre—in which artists come together in the face of a problem and find solutions—as well as the value in engaging in conversations with licensing organizations. And ultimately, she believes it’s made her a stronger director. “This experience has forced me to believe in my ideas even more,” she says. “When you’re met with resistance, it makes you want to fight for your ideas more.”