## return – Go to Bilbao for Christmas and return to England. Will I have trouble completing the 180 days again?

I have been in England since the end of October of this year and I will leave at the beginning of April, but I plan to travel to Bilbao for Christmas for 5 days, and then return to England, where I have been visiting friends. Is it likely that I have trouble getting back in or staying the time I have left in my passport? Any idea of ​​the probability that there is / is not a problem?

## Passports – Can you extend your stay without a visa in Brazil to 180 days?

I am confused about my stay in Brazil. I have a Romanian passport (part of the European Union), and I don't need a visa if I want to stay in Brazil for up to 90 days.

I understood that 90 days are continuously counted from the day I arrived.

If I arrived in Brazil on September 1, can I stay until November 29 (90 days) regardless of whether I leave the country and rent again?

If that is the case, if I want to stay longer, is it possible to request 90 more days for a visa-free stay?

## Windows application – CSI Detail 18.0 Build 1034 (x64) | NulledTeam UnderGround

File Size: 426 MB

CSiDetail is an integrated and interactive software product to generate detailed results, such as detailed views, drawings, material lists (BOM) and quantity lists (BOQ) of ETABS models.

CSiDetail creates a detailed model of the structure, based on its analysis model and the design process carried out in ETABS. Automatically generates views and drawings that can be used as a basis for preparing final engineering drawings, as well as BIM files for use in BIM tools. Details can be made for both concrete and steel buildings.

CONCRETE STRUCTURES

CSiDetail generates reinforcement details for slabs, beams, columns and walls, grouping similar beams and columns in the process.

Reinforcement details are presented in the form of tables and schedules for groups of components, as well as drawn on plans, elevations and sections for individual elements.

The individual component reinforcement box or the complete structure can be viewed in an interactive 3D model, which shows individual reinforcements in true 3D coordinates.

CUSTOM DETAILED RULES

The details are carried out based on a broad set of preferences and rules to control the selection, spacing, reduction and placement of the bar size.

Preferences and rules can be defined by the user, according to various design codes and local practice. This provides a full customization capability to control how the details are carried out and the output is generated.

CAPACITY EDITION

CSiDetail has extensive capabilities to edit armor. The generated views can be edited or formatted as necessary.

The drawings can be generated automatically for selected floors and components or created individually by combining the required views. Both drawings and individual views can be exported as DXF files to CAD programs or printed directly.

STEEL STRUCTURES

Frame plans, frame elevations and sections are generated automatically and presented in tabular format. Elevations and sections of individual beams and columns are also available if necessary.

Updates: the official site does not provide information about changes in this version.

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## Math – Align TextureRegion after rotating 180 degrees LibGDX

I'm trying to rotate a textured region 180 degrees and align it with the other half, but I couldn't do it successfully because after the rotation I got confused with the coordinates.
Then I draw the first half with this code:

``````batch.draw(pitchTexture,w/4f-pitchTexture.width/4f,h/2.5f-pitchTexture.height/2.5f,pitchTexture.width.toFloat()/2f,pitchTexture.height.toFloat()/2f)
``````

I did this completely with trial and error and it looks like this, which is fine for me:

So, with this code, I'm trying to draw the second half turned and align it with the first one so that it looks like a complete field. But I could not calculate the correct origin x, y y originX X. It proved complete trial and error and I suppose it is an incorrect way to do that.

``````        batch.draw(pitchTextureRegion,?,?,pitchTexture.width/2f ,pitchTexture.height/2f,pitchTexture.width.toFloat()/2f,pitchTexture.height.toFloat()/2f,1f,1f,180f);
// not sure about originX and originY
``````

## Lens – How to approach 180 degrees with a minimum fisheye look on iPhone X or 11?

I am trying to film my rugby practices with my iPhone and I wonder what is the best lens to capture the whole field without so much fish look.

I noticed that the new iPhone 11 (Pro) has an ultra-wide-angle lens of 120 degrees and, it seems, does not look fisheye. Can I buy a new iPhone Pro and add a lens to get a view of 120 to 170/180 degrees with a limited fisheye?

I really have no idea if the lenses are additive; If you add the same wide-angle lens to a 60-degree field of view lens and compare it with the addition to a 120-degree field of view lens, 120 will be incrementally wider than 60 based on the lens attributes ?

Or should I consider an anamorphic type lens, e.g.
https://www.shopmoment.com/shop/anamorphic-lens
Would this give me the desired look, where I can see almost the entire field assuming that the camera is not so far from the side of the field?

Sorry for the ignorance about the lenses, I really don't know much about how they work or if physics will simply make impossible what I am trying to do, but your help is greatly appreciated.

## query performance: accelerate more than 180 rows returned with simple SELECT with PostgreSQL

I have performance issues in a SELECT statement that returns more than 180 of more than 220 million rows in my managed PostgreSQL. The structure of the table is as follows:

``````CREATE TABLE members (
id bigserial NOT NULL,
customer varchar(64) NOT NULL,
group varchar(64) NOT NULL,
member varchar(64) NOT NULL,
has_connected bool NULL DEFAULT false,
CONSTRAINT members_customer_group_members_key UNIQUE (customer, group, member),
CONSTRAINT members_pkey PRIMARY KEY (id)
);
``````

The "guilty" SELECT query is:

``````SELECT
group,
member,
has_connected
FROM
members
WHERE
customer = :customer;
``````

``````CREATE INDEX members_idx ON members USING btree (customer, group, has_connected, member);
``````

and the query behaves well for most of the `customer` value. However, I have a client, let's call it `1234`, which represents 80% of the table, so the query planner prefers to scan the entire table according to the following result ̀explain analyze`:

``````Seq Scan on public.members  (cost=0.00..5674710.80 rows=202271234 width=55) (actual time=0.018..165612.655 rows=202279274 loops=1)
Output: community, member, has_connected
Filter: ((members.customer)::text = '1234'::text)
Rows Removed by Filter: 5676072
Planning time: 0.106 ms
Execution time: 175174.714 ms

``````

As I said earlier, my PostgreSQL is a managed instance of PostgreSQL 9.6.14 hosted on Google Cloud Platform with 10 vCPU and 30 GB of RAM. I am quite limited to the available indicators, so the only PostgreSQL options set in this instance are:

``````max_connections: 1000
work_mem: 131072 KB
maintenance_work_mem: 2000000 KB
``````

What are my options to solve this problem and reduce the consultation time considerably, preferably below 30 seconds if possible?

## limits – Calculate \$ pi \$ using \$ pi = lim_ {n to infty} n sin frac {180 ^ circ} {n} \$

How can the fact that
$$pi = displaystyle lim_ {n to infty} n sin frac {180 ^ circ} {n}$$
be useful when calculating $$pi$$? I mean, $$180 ^ circ = pi$$Isn't that a circular reasoning?

I came up with the idea that Lagrange interpolation could help, since each argument is divided by $$pi$$, thus avoiding circularity when we choose to interpolate
$$0 a 0, , frac { pi} {2} a 1, , pi a 0, , frac {3 pi} {2} a -1, , 2 pi a 0.$$
This interpolation produces
$$sin x approx dfrac {8x ^ 3} {3 pi ^ 3} – dfrac {8x ^ 2} { pi ^ 2} + dfrac {16x} {3 pi}.$$
But this is problematic since it is a polynomial and its behavior in $$infty$$ it's very different from $$without$$ to $$infty$$, so that cannot be used. Using
$$sin x = displaystyle sum_ {n = 0} ^ infty dfrac {(- 1) ^ n , x ^ {2n + 1}} {(2n + 1)!}$$
or
$$sin x = x displaystyle prod_ {n = 1} ^ infty left (1- dfrac {x ^ 2} {n ^ 2 pi ^ 2} right)$$
it doesn't help, since the $$x$$they are not divided by the corresponding powers of $$pi$$; using such series or products to calculate $$pi$$ It would be circular. So how can the question formula be used to calculate $$pi$$?

## HP proliant – DL 180 G6 high IOH temperatures

Currently I have been fighting noise coming from my server recently and I discovered that some fans were 100% all the time. He found that the IOH temperatures shown in the BIOS were higher than 92 ° with the enclosure closed and were only reduced to 81.5 ° with the service panel and covers removed. I have relentlessly searched for a solution for this, but I can't find one anywhere. I have replaced all thermal compounds as well. The only time the fans fall to approximately 50% is when it is completely started but nothing is plugged in except power. But as soon as the data flows through any of the ports, they increase to 100%. Only in fan 3, which is supposed to cool the IOH. I may be wrong, but I think 92 and 82 are too tall. I couldn't find anything that said it was normal.

## Austria – I have two internship offers in Vienna, can I apply for more than 180 days in total?

I received two internship offers from different organizations at the UN in Vienna. One is 4 months and another is 2.5 months. The point is that the verbal note will be strictly awarded to my internship agreements. I will request the first visa-d first and then I will request the second visa. Is it possible to have two consecutive visas at the same time? If possible, is it okay to stay more than 180 days with two consecutive visas? Thank you very much for your help.

## How is the United Kingdom 180 visa calculated?

Ok then i have a
5 years of multi visa entry United Kingdom

Valid as of May 2018.
May 2023

I have a stamp on (the visa page)
August 18, 2018

And other entry stamps on the opposite page.

How do I calculate 180 days per year?

It is from January to December

Or from August to August

Or what

And if I have entered the United Kingdom
From August 2018 to August 2019.
170 days total

In October the count is restored or what

It's very confusing since I have my sister studying here and my younger brother also started studying here
So I go and go a lot to review them
But calculating days is very confusing