In logistics, transportation (or transporting) is the movement of freight (goods transport), passengers (passenger transport) or messages (message transmission) with the help of means of transport by changing the location from one place to another.
Transport is therefore necessary when goods, people or messages are not needed at the point of departure itself. Along with storage and transshipment, transportation is one of the three main processes ("TUL processes") in logistics. Transportation is also referred to as bridging space and time, while warehousing is only used to bridge time. Commercially, it is carried out by transport companies or media. The part of logistics as a scientific discipline that deals with transportation is called transportation logistics. Transportation by means of transport relies on the existing infrastructure (road network, rail network, waterways or air corridors).
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An automobile, or car for short (also Kraftwagen, in Switzerland officially Motorwagen), is a multi-track motor vehicle (i.e. a road vehicle driven by an engine) used to transport passengers (passenger cars "Pkw" and buses) or freight (trucks "Lkw"). Colloquially - and also in this article - the term car usually refers to vehicles whose design is primarily intended for passenger transport and which may be driven on public roads with an automobile driver's license. The worldwide vehicle population is continuously increasing and in 2010 was over 1.015 billion automobiles. In 2011, more than 80 million automobiles were built worldwide. In Germany, around 51.7 million motor vehicles were registered in 2012, of which just under 43 million are passenger cars. The main components of the automobile include the chassis with running gear and other parts, as well as the body, engine, transmission and interior. European passenger cars are made of over 54 percent steel, half of which is high-strength steel. Engineers and designers have to give the vehicles' technology a functional, ergonomic and aesthetic form that conveys the manufacturer's brand values and arouses emotions. When buying a car today, vehicle design is one of the most important decision-making criteria.Product Number: N07557Product Name: carThis design comes with the following sizes:Size: 8.13"(w) X 3.02"(h) (206.6mm X 76.6mm)Size: 8.47"(w) X 3.13"(h) (215.2mm X 79.6mm)Size: 8.50"(w) X 3.15"(h) (216.0mm X 80.0mm)Size: 8.54"(w) X 3.17"(h) (217.0mm X 80.6mm)Size: 8.78"(w) X 3.25"(h) (223.0mm X 82.6mm)Size: 9.00"(w) X 3.34"(h) (228.6mm X 84.8mm)Size: 9.11"(w) X 3.39"(h) (231.4mm X 86.0mm)Size: 9.35"(w) X 3.46"(h) (237.4mm X 87.8mm)Size: 9.50"(w) X 3.52"(h) (241.2mm X 89.4mm)Size: 9.61"(w) X 3.56"(h) (244.0mm X 90.4mm)Size: 9.69"(w) X 3.59"(h) (246.0mm X 91.2mm)Size: 9.99"(w) X 3.71"(h) (253.8mm X 94.2mm)Size: 10.06"(w) X 3.73"(h) (255.6mm X 94.8mm)Size: 10.26"(w) X 3.80"(h) (260.6mm X 96.6mm)Size: 10.29"(w) X 3.82"(h) (261.4mm X 97.0mm)Size: 10.48"(w) X 3.89"(h) (266.2mm X 98.8mm)Size: 10.56"(w) X 3.91"(h) (268.2mm X 99.4mm)Size: 10.83"(w) X 4.02"(h) (275.0mm X 102.0mm)Size: 10.94"(w) X 4.06"(h) (278.0mm X 103.0mm)Size: 11.09"(w) X 4.12"(h) (281.6mm X 104.6mm)Size: 11.31"(w) X 4.20"(h) (287.4mm X 106.8mm)Size: 11.39"(w) X 4.23"(h) (289.4mm X 107.4mm)Size: 11.51"(w) X 4.27"(h) (292.4mm X 108.4mm)Size: 11.73"(w) X 4.35"(h) (298.0mm X 110.6mm)Size: 11.96"(w) X 4.44"(h) (303.8mm X 112.8mm)Size: 12.16"(w) X 4.51"(h) (308.8mm X 114.6mm)Size: 12.31"(w) X 4.57"(h) (312.6mm X 116.0mm)Size: 12.46"(w) X 4.62"(h) (316.4mm X 117.4mm)Size: 12.54"(w) X 4.65"(h) (318.4mm X 118.2mm)Size: 13.68"(w) X 5.07"(h) (347.4mm X 128.8mm)The following formats are included in the file you will receive: .DST .EXP .JEF .PES .VP3 .XXX .PEC .U01You MUST have an embroidery machine and the software needed to transfer it from your computer to the machine to use this file. This listing is for the machine file only - not a finished item.Car Machine Embroidery Design, Auto Embroidery Pattern, Automotive Designs, Motor Vehicle Embroidery Art, DIY Project Idea, Unique Digital Supplies For Embroidery Machines
An anchor or boat anchor is a device used to moor a watercraft to the bottom so that it does not drift away due to wind, current, waves or other influences. The process is called anchoring. Anchors hold because of their weight and shape. As a symbol, the anchor stands for faithfulness, in Christian symbolism for hope and is often used in coats of arms. In some ports, where neither dolphins nor mooring lines or buoys are laid out, the anchor is needed for mooring. Especially in the Mediterranean, the maneuver colloquially known as Roman Catholic mooring is common: The skipper drops the bow anchor a few boat lengths from the quay and then slowly backs up to the jetty, where the boat is additionally covered with stern lines. The anchor chain or hawser must be set (extended) long enough so that the anchor still lies flat on the bottom even when pulled over the anchor chain, otherwise it will be pulled out of the bottom and will not hold. If this is not the case, the ship will be short-stayed. This should only be the case immediately prior to lifting (breaking out of the bottom) and heaving (pulling up), as the anchor's holding force is then only slight. The length of the anchor chain of seagoing vessels is usually between 10 and 12 Italian shackles. This corresponds to between 275 m and 330 m. Newer cruise ships are equipped with up to 14 shackles of chain per anchor, which corresponds to a length of 384 m. Anchoring is only possible if the anchor chain is sufficiently long in relation to the water depth. The angle between the stretched anchor chain and the bottom of the anchor is crucial: the shallower the better. Therefore, the entire chain must be at least five times as long as the water depth. If a line is used instead of a chain, the line length must be at least ten times the water depth. One way to reduce the chain or line length (while maintaining a shallow angle on the anchor) is to use a riding weight that is slidably attached to the anchor line (for example, with a shackle). Anchoring in tidal waters poses an additional challenge, because sufficient chain must be attached to ensure that at high tide there is still at least five times the water depth in chain, or that the swell circle is not too large when the water is falling. On seagoing vessels, it occasionally happens that anchoring is carried out at too great a water depth and the anchor cannot later be hoisted again because the force of the anchor capstan is insufficient for the combined weight of anchor and chain. The classification societies prescribe a pulling force that ensures that the anchor and chain can be hauled in at 50 meters. One should therefore avoid anchoring at greater depths.Product Number: E00002Product Name: Love AnchorThis design comes with the following sizes:Size: 3.43"(w) X 3.90"(h) (87.2 X 99.0mm)Size: 4.73"(w) X 5.38"(h) (120.2 X 136.6mm)Size: 7.28"(w) X 8.28"(h) (184.8 X 210.3mm)The following formats are included in the file you will receive: .DST .EXP .JEF .PES .VP3 .XXX .VIP .HUSYou MUST have an embroidery machine and the software needed to transfer it from your computer to the machine to use this file. This listing is for the machine file only - not a finished item.Anchor Machine Embroidery Design, Boat Anchor Embroidery Pattern, Sea Life Beautiful Designs, Ship Anchor Embroidery Art, DIY Project Idea, Unique Digital Supplies For Embroidery Machines
A motorcycle is usually a single-track motor vehicle with two wheels and one or two seats. Motorcycles are characterized by a lower power-to-weight ratio compared to passenger cars. Less mass has to be accelerated by the engine power and the vehicle has lower rolling resistance, so high-performance production motorcycles can achieve acceleration values from 0 to 62 m/per hour in 2.7 seconds. The drag coefficient of motorcycles, on the other hand, is relatively high, so only aerodynamically perfected models can reach speeds of over 186 m/per hour. As of Jan. 1, 2021, a total of 4.66 million motorcycles were registered in Germany, and 720,381 in Switzerland (as of Sept. 30, 2016).In Germany, motorcycles belong to the category Kraftrad (short form: Krad); in Switzerland, the corresponding designation is Motorrad, unless they are motorcycles, i.e. mopeds. A historical designation in Germany is Motorfahrrad or Motorized Bicycle. The history of the motorcycle is first the history of the bicycle. It began in 1817 with the "running machine" of Karl Drais. In the 1860s, the pedal crank was invented. Pierre Michaux developed the steam bicycle in 1869, which is considered the precursor of the motorcycle; steam bicycles were manufactured in the USA until the 1890s. In 1885, Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach designed the Reitwagen, an experimental vehicle for the high-speed gasoline-powered Otto engine. This vehicle is considered to be the first motorcycle - despite its lateral, non-suspension support wheels. The first motorcycle with a gasoline engine that could actually be driven like a motorcycle and was also mass-produced was the Hildebrand & Wolfmüller of 1894. This manufacturer was the first to use the word "motorcycle" and had it patented. In 1897, the De-Dion-Bouton motor tricycle went into production, the most successful motor vehicle before the turn of the century. In the same year, the Werner brothers developed a front-wheel drive motorcycle in France. With the technical innovation of the spray-nozzle carburetor, a patent by Wilhelm Maybach in 1893, and magneto ignition, a patent by Robert Bosch in 1901, the motorcycle became much easier to use.Product Number: N07249Product Name: MotorbikeThis design comes with the following sizes:Size: 6.97"(w) X 3.44"(h) (177.0mm X 87.4mm)Size: 7.06"(w) X 3.48"(h) (179.4mm X 88.4mm)Size: 7.26"(w) X 3.57"(h) (184.4mm X 90.8mm)Size: 7.54"(w) X 3.72"(h) (191.4mm X 94.4mm)Size: 7.59"(w) X 3.73"(h) (192.8mm X 94.8mm)Size: 7.61"(w) X 3.75"(h) (193.4mm X 95.2mm)Size: 7.83"(w) X 3.85"(h) (198.8mm X 97.8mm)Size: 7.87"(w) X 3.87"(h) (199.8mm X 98.2mm)Size: 7.93"(w) X 3.91"(h) (201.4mm X 99.2mm)Size: 8.09"(w) X 3.98"(h) (205.6mm X 101.2mm)Size: 8.50"(w) X 4.18"(h) (215.8mm X 106.2mm)Size: 8.64"(w) X 4.25"(h) (219.4mm X 108.0mm)Size: 8.85"(w) X 4.35"(h) (224.8mm X 110.6mm)Size: 9.04"(w) X 4.45"(h) (229.6mm X 113.0mm)Size: 9.23"(w) X 4.54"(h) (234.4mm X 115.4mm)Size: 9.29"(w) X 4.58"(h) (236.0mm X 116.4mm)Size: 9.92"(w) X 4.90"(h) (252.0mm X 124.4mm)Size: 10.34"(w) X 5.09"(h) (262.6mm X 129.2mm)Size: 10.46"(w) X 5.15"(h) (265.8mm X 130.8mm)Size: 11.06"(w) X 5.44"(h) (280.8mm X 138.2mm)Size: 11.20"(w) X 5.51"(h) (284.4mm X 140.0mm)Size: 11.47"(w) X 5.65"(h) (291.4mm X 143.6mm)Size: 11.61"(w) X 5.72"(h) (295.0mm X 145.4mm)Size: 12.46"(w) X 6.13"(h) (316.4mm X 155.8mm)Size: 12.58"(w) X 6.20"(h) (319.6mm X 157.4mm)Size: 12.75"(w) X 6.27"(h) (323.8mm X 159.2mm)Size: 12.94"(w) X 6.37"(h) (328.6mm X 161.8mm)Size: 14.01"(w) X 6.89"(h) (355.8mm X 175.0mm)Size: 14.15"(w) X 6.97"(h) (359.4mm X 177.0mm)Size: 14.36"(w) X 7.06"(h) (364.8mm X 179.4mm)Size: 15.74"(w) X 7.74"(h) (399.8mm X 196.6mm)Size: 15.93"(w) X 7.84"(h) (404.6mm X 199.2mm)Size: 17.71"(w) X 8.71"(h) (449.8mm X 221.2mm)The following formats are included in the file you will receive: .DST .EXP .JEF .PES .VP3 .XXX .PEC .U01You MUST have an embroidery machine and the software needed to transfer it from your computer to the machine to use this file. This listing is for the machine file only - not a finished item.Motorcycle Machine Embroidery Design, Motorbike Embroidery Pattern, Embroidery Art, DIY Project Idea, Unique Digital Supplies For Embroidery Machines
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A ship's wheel or (boat wheel or ship`s steering wheel or rudder) is a device used on board a watercraft to steer the boat and control its course. Together with the rest of the steering mechanism, it forms part of the steering wheel. Until the invention of the ship's wheel, the helmsman relied on a tiller - a horizontal rod attached directly to the top of the rudder post - or a whipstock - a vertical rod that acted on the arm of the ship's steering gear. Together with the rest of the steering mechanism, it forms part of the steering wheel. The ship's rudder is the device on a ship or aircraft used to change direction by generating torque from the fluid flowing around it. This applies to ships (for which the term rudder is also commonly used) with water as the flowing medium and to aircraft or airships with air as the flowing medium. A rudder can only develop a steering effect if it is flowed around by the carrying medium (usually air or water) as a result of the vehicle's locomotion. The steering effect is more pronounced the more the rudder is set transverse to the direction of travel, the larger its effective area and the faster the vehicle moves within the supporting medium (air or water). On some modern ships, the wheel has been replaced by a simple toggle switch that remotely controls an electromechanical or electrohydraulic actuator for the rudder, with a rudder angle indicator providing feedback to the helmsman.Product Number: E00004Product Name: Ship WeelThis design comes with the following sizes:Size: 3.74"(w) X 3.57"(h) (95.0 X 90.8mm)Size: 4.86"(w) X 4.65"(h) (123.5 X 118.2mm)Size: 7.48"(w) X 7.17"(h) (190.0 X 182.0mm)The following formats are included in the file you will receive: .DST .EXP .JEF .PES .VP3 .XXX .VIP .HUSYou MUST have an embroidery machine and the software needed to transfer it from your computer to the machine to use this file. This listing is for the machine file only - not a finished item.Ship Wheel Machine Embroidery Design, Anchor Embroidery Pattern, Heart Love Beautiful Designs, Boat Wheel Embroidery Art, DIY Project Idea, Unique Digital Supplies For Embroidery Machines