As of 2005, it had nearly 20,000 workers. The plant produces over 62 models of vehicles. Its main civil production has been four-wheeled tractors of model "MTZ", known as Belarus. By 1995 the plant had manufactured 3,000,000 tractors. In 1999, it produced 58% of all tractors manufactured in the CIS. In 2017, its share in the production of wheel tractors in CIS countries was 87%.
In 2013, the plant tractors were certified in the US by the Environment Protection Agency (EPA) and in Canada by Environment Canada and received full approval for their import and distribution in both countries. Since 2010, distribution of Belarus tractors in the US and Canada is carried on through a local distributor, MTZ Equipment Ltd.
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The company was founded in Minsk in 1946. The Belarus tractor plant is one of the largest in the world and by 1995 had delivered more than 3 million tractors. It is estimated that around 50,000 tractors are made at the factory every year. The name Belarus is derived from the country in which the company is headquartered. It began to be used when Minsk-based agricultural tractor maker Belarus began exporting its machines to other countries. Belarus tractors for the European market are certified according to ISO 9001 quality standards.
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This Radiator has been designed and produced in order to be installed on MTZ automobiles; moreover, this product includes drain valve, and the radiator and the engine are connected through convenient fitting of hose and German-type hose clamps.
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Characteristic:1. Does not replace anything. Tested on SnowRunner.2. There is an animation of the steering wheel, suspension, exhaust and mudguards.3. There are three trailers.4. Average permeability.5. You can carry several types of goods.6. Multiplayer and achievements have not been tested.
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A character string. The character stringassociated with the TITLE keyword in an MTZ file.This feature makes it easy to quickly identify thedata file in CCP4programs. Default (NULL) is for the output fileto have the same title as the input file.
A named list including information at datacollection time. This component is presentonly for raw (unmerged) intensity dataproduce after the diffraction imagesintegration. Merged MTZ reflection fileshave batch_header=NULL.Names and types depend onthe type of experiment (more informationon this can be found atCCP4.)
RANTAN  reads in the E values calculated by ECALC and the known phaseswith weights if they are available. The programme determines the reflectionsfor fixing origin and enantiomorph by CONVERGENCE procedure from MULTAN. A set of random phases with weights (default 0.25) will be assignedto the rest of the large E values in the starting set. The phases will be refinedby the tangent formula  and expanded to the whole set of large E valueswhich are enough to determine the positions of heavy atoms or a small moleculestructure.
Input phases with weights greater than 0.85 can be used as known phasesand of these those phases with weights greater than 0.98 will not be refineduntil the last two cycles. These so-called "known" phases will becombined with randomly generated phases as a starting set . If thereare more than 80% of large E values with "known" phases, onlyone set of refined phases will be output.
All the items in the input file will be echoed in the output file plusthe new phases and weights. For MAD data, REVISEshould be used first to obtain the estimates of FM, from which E valuescan be calculated by ECALC and input to RANTAN.
RANTAN can be used to determine a small molecule structure too, butall the default values are for the determination of heavy atom sites ina macro-molecule structure. When ECALC is used to calculate the E valuesfor a small molecule, the number of reflections in each shell in ECALCshould be smaller than default (200).
(optional) This keyword allows the user to assign their own labels to the extralabels in the output file. All labels in LABIN will automatically be in theoutput file. The following s can be assigned:
In cases where the "known" phases are more than 80% of thenumber of large E values, only one set of refined phases will be output.So only PHI1 and WT1 can be assigned by LABOUT or do not assign any labelsif the number of "known" phases is unknown and then PHI1 andWT1 will be in the output file.
(optional) The weights of three figures of merit for calculating thecombined figure of merit; the programme will normalize the values to obtainwabs + wpsi + wres = 1.0. If small E values to calculate PSIZERO are notreliable, a lower value can be given to wpsi. Default: wabs = 0.1, wpsi = 0.4 and wres = 0.5.
(optional) The particular set number assigned by user to be refinedand output. User can use this keyword to investigate any set of phasesand maps after the first run of RANTAN. The number must be given in accretionorder. The maximum number of sets assigned by user is 5. Default: no set number assigned by user.
(optional) There are two procedures in RANTAN to refine random phases:a fast procedure called FASTAN and a statistical weighting tangent formulacalled SWTR which should be used when most of the ABS figures of meritare greater than 1.3. Default: FASTAN.
The program output starts with details from the input keyword data lines.Then information from the input MTZ file follows. An error message willbe printed out if any illegal input in the keyword data lines has beenfound and the program will stop.
The full details of running RANTAN will be printed out if the keywordLIST is given and that will include all the Evalues, the convergence map and figures of merit for each of the MAXS phase sets. Otherwise E values and convergencemap will not be printed out and the figures of merit for the phasesets will be printed out only if the combined figure of merit isgreater than 0.6. If a refined phase set is similar to a previous phase set, it will be flagged as such.
The best NOUT phase sets, as determined by thecombined figures of merit, are then listed. Note that if the combinedfigures of merit are similar, then the phase sets may be related byan origin shift, symmetry operation and/or change of hand. Finally,details of the output MTZ file are listed, including the additionalcolumns for the NOUT phase sets. 041b061a72