Analytic pressure-volume diagrams are utilized to illustrate the effects of gasoline engine design on performance and combustion requirements. Topics discussed include design, construction, inspection techniques and servicing of the internal combustion engine and its components. Laboratory activities are performed to provide relevant hands-on experience to the students. Also engine aspiration, combustion using the principles of fluid dynamics and thermodynamics, volumetric efficiency and fuel metering systems will be discussed in this course.
It accounts for two percent of the titles and 14 percent of the circulation. Magazines account for 40 percent of the titles and 38 percent of the circulation. Technical or professional press leads the number of titles, 44 percent, but only accounts for five percent of the readership.
The true leader in readership is the regional daily and weekly press, with 43 percent, although they only have 14 percent of the publications.
French people overwhelmingly rely on magazines and on their local daily newspaper for news. The technical and professional information press, while extremely diversified, has a very small audience.
The number of new publications reflects this trend: The regional press is the most prominent media, ahead of television. The national press remains an important segment of the industry even though it is heavily centered in Paris. The daily opinion press has practically disappeared, with main newspapers adopting a more neutral tone and limiting political commentaries to editorial articles and op-ed pages.
Their influence is felt on domestic public opinion and in the other media. The most prominent popular daily newspaper is Le Parisien-Aujourd'huione of the few to have adopted a regional press strategy. France-Soir, another popular newspaper, lost two-thirds of its readership between andplummeting to , and survived only by adopting a tabloid format in Theme daily newspapers, by contrast, have an increasing success: Today, their circulation is declining.
The Nature of the Audience In Overall approximately half the French population over 15 years of age read a regional newspaper regularly, with readership distributed equally between men and women. While the regional press reaches only 17 percent of the public in the greater Paris area, it reaches over 50 percent of the public in the provinces.
One third of all readers of the national daily press are found in the Paris region. They belong to the educated upper middle classes; 61 percent of them are actively employed men; one third of the readers are under 35 and two-thirds under 50 years of age.
Readers spend an average of 31 minutes reading the newspaper, and 70 percent read the newspapers before 2 p. Readers of the daily regional or departmental press are evenly distributed between men and women, with approximately 25 percent under 35, 41 percent between the ages of 35 and 59, and 33 percent over Fifty-one percent were actively employed 27 percent in rural towns, 30 percent in large cities.
Readers spend an average 24 minutes reading the regional newspapers. The readers of the weekly regional press are the most faithful and exclusive of all readers. Thirty percent of readers are under 35, while 60 percent are under 50, and 58 percent are actively employed.
Readership is distributed evenly between men and women. Readers belong to all socio-professional categories, with employees, workers, and farmers being the main groups. Press readers have progressively gotten older, forcing the press to adopt new strategies to attract young readers, such as putting newspapers in the schools, improving the distribution system, and creating magazines especially for young readers.
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