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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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Greetings ! Well, this forum appears to be a bit "slow" lately. So, nothing like a controversial (and bloody )...
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I'm sure you all have seen them, I just wonder if anyone knows what they do: I have noticed traffic sensors of some...
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I am building a custom chopper, hardtail frame. I am learning as I go and I had a video to help me but my vcr ate it....
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Hello everyone, I am new to this board. I am a fresher this coming October and I am going to study physics. Could...
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Crown Ether
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A group of us three are designing a "Herculean Chair" for Physics class. The chair must be made entirely out of...
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A couple of weeks ago on another forum (RPN), I brought up a couple flaws in the technology they were using in their...
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wimms
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Ok, currently i'm enrolled in a university that teaches only physics in the way of sciences that i like. I was giving...
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I've seen them on radios, cell phone charges and flashlights. I haven't seen one in person, but I just want to get an...
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Loren Booda
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Can anyone help me? I want to make a light vehicle (4 wheel, steering column not quad-type) capable of going on and...
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My schools Solar/Elect car team is currently in the process of building a new car. www.solartiger.org .we are faced...
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BoulderHead
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Im currently drawing up plans for an air propelled chair (which ill probly never make :P). I was intending to pureply...
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Hi everybody, I'm working on a concept for a movie that I'm making. It's a fictional movie, but the concepts in it...
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wimms
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Assuming you are not studying Chemical Engineering, or anything closely related.. What chemistry classes are you...
Jan30-04 10:51 AM
darknite
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Anyone have any links that will help me better grasp the material for vector mechanics. Currently I'm studying...
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phantomAI
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I could not see a marine engineering section, where should I post this question? I've been thinking about a boat...
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ken
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...I reposted this in general physics forum here. Tried to delete this one, but was denied access.
Dec21-03 01:17 PM
Tyro
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Is there any way of calculating the force required to steer the wheels of a vehicle? I am considering venturing into...
Dec12-03 03:50 PM
fatcat
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Could someone provide me information about how does the similarity laws apply on mechanical designe?, Ive heard that...
Dec15-03 02:25 AM
enigma
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I am developing an application with an auger (a type of drill bit ) in which this auger will be pushing balls up a...
Dec17-03 12:35 PM
Achy47
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I have been reading into some of the engineering behind the Wright Flyer. It's pretty astounding. These guys were...
Dec17-03 01:40 PM
russ_watters
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I'm in a thing call TEAMS Engineering. Basically there's 8 people on a team and we get 1 hour 30 mins to answer...
Feb28-04 11:02 AM
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I took Physics last year and enjoyed it alot, so I decided to take AP Physics this year and I am enjoying it even...
Dec28-03 01:58 PM
harpgirl
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Just wanted to share this tidbit since the Civil Eng forum died of loneliness. (quote by Patricia Galloway,...
Jan5-04 02:05 PM
eberg
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For those students who live in Europe, has anyone of you participated in the Erasmus exchangeproject? If so, what...
Mar3-04 01:06 PM
Kalimaa23
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I'm in a high school engineering class. I have to do a project on "a current development in any engineering field"....
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Artman
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What is the most commonly used scale of sharpness? Does anyone know a webpage with examples of the comparitive...
Jan28-04 01:14 AM
Adam
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Generally speaking, what type of Engineering class is most difficult to get into during University? What kind of...
Feb4-04 11:49 AM
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World Trade Center Buildings Why did they collapse downward as if they were being demolished through the use of...
Mar2-04 12:50 PM
russ_watters
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I have constructed an EMP emitter device via some plans.. then i jacked it up to give it some more power. but, alas,...
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Phobos
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Looks like it is getting closer to being built.
Feb6-04 01:15 PM
Adam
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I have a question to pose: I'm interested in becoming an engineer, but I'm not sure what branch best suits what I...
Feb20-04 05:44 PM
Phobos
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Just wondering how many people here use English units as opposed to Metrical ones. That is, people living in the...
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Bryan Parry
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Hey every one I am currently in grade 12 and its comin to that time on choosing a job. My #1 choice is civil or...
Mar5-04 07:21 AM
Shahil
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I am heading to college this fall. I want to major in engineering, but I don't know which will be better in the long...
Mar14-04 08:47 AM
d00dz
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i know there is more to it than just some simple raindrop theory or water in oil. Can anyone explain to me the...
Mar10-04 05:40 AM
garagegraphyx
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A spiffy new exoskeleton design from Berkeley university. It appears to allow more free and smooth movement than the...
Mar11-04 11:59 AM
Adam
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I got a quick question concerning a Dual Degree in Physics and either ME or AE Engineering. First off, Im thinking...
Mar12-04 09:58 AM
Spectre32
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Ok, read the solar tower stuff in a couple threads here, and the complexity of pumping water to great heights in terms...
Mar16-04 09:09 AM
Artman
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Hi there. I am trying to create a realistic physics simulation for testing thrust based hovering vehicle designs and...
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