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We always have threads on various pieces of the puzzle, but what I want here is for people to post a coherent plan of...
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A number of questions, particularly involving homework, often involve some basic engineering. In the US, the...
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If I have a soft base (mud or sand) and place 4 rocket balloons (long narrow ones used for twisting into shapes,...
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A constant volume of 1800 cf of water needs to be introduced into the base of a 60 ft tall (15x15) water tank. I need...
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G'day I was wondering if anyone could give me some information to do with the max load a given beam can support. I...
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The attempt to convert the US to the metric system failed. We know the mars polar lander had a historic failure as a...
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hi, I just got my project from physics, and its that annoying, classic egg drop situation. I have a lot of...
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Within the last six months, I heard about two local police chases, with one being right down the road from my...
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we all are familiar with this "top-secret" thing...some of us belive it,some of us don't...personaly I don't. but...
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I'm currently majoring in biological sciences. Throughout high school I was not interested in engineering because of a...
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i need some help with my one engine hc i have a 85lb snomo engine and a 45lb deck and me (130lbs) is that too heavy...
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I had a idea a while ago about a possible energy generator. I was wondering if you set up a plasma arc, then...
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what is the diference betwin a rocket and a misile? from what I can tell,a rocket is something small,like a...
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I am a new product development engineer and am working on figuring out a UV sanitization product. Do you know of a...
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Hello. I'm planning on building a green house in my garden with a wind powered heating element to help sustain higher...
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Where can I buy some dees (aside from acquiring them at a university)?
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Hello. I am not quite sure this is the correct place for this question so I will apologize now if it isn't. As a...
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Ohio Homebrew
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I'm working on a project to split water. The idea is to have a spherical container of aluminum with the inside given...
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A pipe broke on the roof of a public building here in Chicago. Although I am an electrical engineer and very rusty on...
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Hi, I have a question, it is related to flows between two resorvoirs where I need to calculate the discharge...
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I went to visit the space center in my new home of Huntsville AL the other day. I figured i'd do a quick calculation...
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I personally inform that i still beginner in Comsol Script. I wanted to learn about the comsol, how to simulate the...
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Hello there, My project is a Smith Chart calculator/simulator that takes the Zo and ZL of a transmission line and...
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I was talking with an enginering student and arived that "moment" and "torque" mean basically the same thing. Are...
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Hi, I'm new here. I've something in mind for sometime now, that is what happen if a car has its front and rear...
Dec28-08 08:16 AM
Ranger Mike
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A water based heating system is to be regulated by 2-way valves. How do these work exactly? Do they simply constrict...
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Could anybody provide information on the bulk modulus of oil (say API Gravity 30-40) in the range of pressure 0-3000...
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What is the simple way to write a code for making a graph in comsol script? i nub in comsol. Hardly need some help...
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Hi guys. I need some help. I need to get the graph on this script but i could find the way to process the graph....
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Can somebody explain the the difference between Hydrostatic test and Air test. Instead of hydrotest can we test the...
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Hey, I am looking to build a generator that goes on a bike stand so when i ride my bike on the stand it will...
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I am looking at what I am going to do after high school, so far I am looking at physics, but I am keeping my options...
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I know this may not be the right place to post this question, but I figured some of you engineering folks might have...
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Hi guys, While working with coordinates, I notice that for those that deal with axi-symmetry, the R-Z plane is...
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Hi, Please help me with this problem: Suppose a round steel bar of 25 mm diameter and 72 m lengh, which is...
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I've been reading a lot of papers lately about temperature measurement. Most them involve temperature measurement in...
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To my surprise, through experimentation, I have found that the "Flux tubes"/lines of force, do not move when the...
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I was wondering if anyone has suggestions in terms of wireless transmitters/receivers for a system that will have over...
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Hi everyone, Anyone out here who knows how to use matlab to generate rate random walk, angle random walk and flicker...
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Can someone point me to a good comparison of the various forums of temperature measurement? (Thermocouples,...
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Hi, I have Two eccentric cams consisting of 100mm dia disks with a shaft hole 15mm off centre. They are 400mm...
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How does one calculate efficiency for an incandescent light bulb? Assume the bulb is 40 W, has a tungsten filament at...
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