September 2nd, 2012 |
April 20, 2002
Dr. Victoria Rhoda, Ph.D.
Pilar State University
Pilar, Bicol City
Dear Dr. Rhoda
This is in connection with the progress of my scholarship in ABC University taking Ph.D in Administrative Studies major in Technology Administration and I respectfully inform your good office that I have already earned 28 units out of 48 units of the curricular program of the said course. Presentation of Seminar 3 was done on January 3, 2002 and Dissertation Proposal entitled “Appropriate Farming Plan for Small Farmers in Bicol, Philippines to Enhance Rice Self-Reliance” was successfully presented, accepted and approved by the Advisory Committee on March 14, 2002. Attached with this are pertinent documents in relation to my current undertakings:
1. Certificate of enrolment for first semester of academic year 2002– 2003 issued by the University Registrar’s office;
2. Copy of approval sheet of Dissertation Proposal signed by the Advisory committee;
3. Copy of the approved request form for the consideration of title and the proposal of dissertation problem; and
4. Copy of grades earned from second semester 2000-2001 to second semester 2000-2001.
I am currently enrolled this first semester of academic year 2002 in Seminar and Workshop 4 and AD899 – Dissertation (8 units) in connection with data gathering process which will be conducted in the province of Bicol.
Very Respectfully yours,
Renato de Sevilla
January 10th, 2011 |
FOR: Mr. Rex Estrellado, Manager, Tirik Automotive Corporation
FROM: Wilber B. Mozo, Mechanical Engineer
PERIOD: January 8, 1979 to February 10, 1979
SUBJECT: Diesel Engine For Automobile Purposes
To show the progress on the technical report being prepared about diesel engines
To inform the management on the status of a technical report being prepared on diesel engines with the summary of the work accomplished and the expected completion date.
Result and Conclusion
As a result of the initial stage of this research work, this writer has covered many aspects of the new diesel engine technology including design, principles of operation, supercharging, and advantages of diesel engines over gasoline engines. He is still collecting other raw data to make the report comprehensive.
None encountered so far
Roughly 70% of the work has been accomplished. Barring unforeseen circumstances, the reporter will have first draft of the report ready within 15 days from the date hereof.
November 24th, 2010 |
Status of Repair of Washing Machine WM 307 for
Customer Service Manager from Shop Foreman
March 12, 2004
On Monday, March 9, a General Electric washing machine was brought into the shop. It was tagged WM 307. The customer was told that the machine, if possible, would be repaired and ready for pick-up by Friday afternoon, March 13.
Repairs as of Thursday March 12:
Examination showed that repairs were probably needed on the transmission, pump, and tub drain hose.
The transmission was removed and disassembled with a check for defects in the gears and housing. There were none. The transmission housing and gears were soaked in solvent and checked again for defects. Still no defects were found. New seals, however, were installed in the unit; then it was reassembled and placed back into the machine.
The pump was pulled from the machine and disassembled. Then the impeller was removed from the pump and was visually inspected. It was found to be defective, with three broken teeth; This part was ordered from May and Jackson Company in West Capitol Street. Upon delivery of the new impeller the next day, it was installed along with new pump seals. There were no leaks in the pump, so it was reinstalled in the machine.
The tub drain hose was taken off the machine. This part was beyond repair; thus a new hose was placed on the washer and sealed with rubber glue at the base of the hose. This is a sealant type of glue and requires 24 to 30 hours to dry.
The glue will not be sufficiently set for the machine to be hooked up and run through a complete cycle by closing time tomorrow (Friday). The customer should be notified that the machine will not be ready for pick-up until Monday afternoon, March 16.