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eddy currents

08/31/2015
posted in Electrical Engineering
by tonyhemet
Hi, first let me say this is not a homework question , other than I am at home and I am working to understand this. The book I have gives generalized...
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Terminology Question

08/31/2015
posted in Mechanical Engineering
by JDMorgan
Hi While I deal with steam in a number of different ways, I don't have a lot of experience with coils. I let the experts size them. I gave the follow...
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rock

08/31/2015
posted in Civil Engineering
by Anonymous Poster
what is rock section construction work define it?
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Onan RS12000 NG Not Starting

08/31/2015
posted in Mechanical Engineering
by akinisky
I have an Onan RS12000 NG generator with a 200 AMP transfer switch purchased and installed in 2005 with about 111 hours on it that wont start. It is i...
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unwind Windows 10 upgrade

08/31/2015
posted in General Discussion
by Fredski
you have 30 days if it sucks and you can restore your prior OS...if you recall the passwordhttp://www.cnet.com/how-to/windows-10-how-to-roll-back/
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Safe Realistic Flow Battery

08/31/2015
posted in General Discussion
by Fredski
these guys are starting to sell a scalable flow battery. the applications are many. these are especially well suited for solar, wind, etc. I haven't s...
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PVC & PU For Fashion - How Unhealthy Are They?

08/31/2015
posted in Chemical & Material Science
by faisol82
I run a high end fashion label selling shoes in the $200 price range. We are a little bit different, though, because we make products specifically for...
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Freon 134A Why Does it Burn?

08/30/2015
posted in Transportation
by fliptop427
Why does the 12A, 134A burn? I have been told they are sell you LP Gas. I do know that LP will cool as good as Freon and I have tested it in my truck....
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Download From Youtube and Then Burn on CD

08/30/2015
posted in Software & Programming
by fliptop427
Surly some one has done it. I have purchased Real Player and it will work for a while and them they declare it out of date and want more money. Tell...
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How Did We Miss This?

08/30/2015
posted in New Technologies & Research
by lyn
Grow metals, fast and cheap! In contrast, Modumetal's process only uses electricity, and therefore uses far less energy. The company's metal process...
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Lava for Foundation

08/30/2015
posted in General Discussion
by HiTekRedNek
A few years ago,(well it seems like only few,but probably more like 35),I read an article about a man that used electricity to melt the soil for a hou...
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2001 Ford F 150 Dash Smoke

08/30/2015
posted in Transportation
by lyn
It's 110°F yesterday. Truck parked outside in the sun. Wife comes running in to tell me it's ON FIRE. I start a list of things I'll have to remove a...
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Last comment 08/31/2015 by Phys
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Did MIT Just Change Batteries as We've Known Them?

08/30/2015
posted in General Discussion
by Fredski
for years I've waited for news like this. my pals @MIT think they've cracked the code with anew electrolyte that should last many thousands of charges...
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Panic Button

08/27/2015
posted in General Discussion
by pnaban
Is there any device available to carry like mobile phone in which when you press a panic button your name,ID,telephone number,GPS location,time,finger...
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SPAM, What Would it Have Been Called if,.....

08/24/2015
posted in General Discussion
by phoenix911
SPAM, what would it have been called if Hormel would have acted quicker to protect its trademark. Its interesting tidbit, I'd post this in the Break...
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Winderlin's Innovations

08/24/2015
posted in New Technologies & Research
by Winderlin Lemon
c/o: IHS Engineering 360 August 24, 2015 To Whom It May Concern: This is a "NEW Project". I am an Inventor who is Researching & Developing...
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How to Calculate No of Sparks Produced in a SI Engine?

08/27/2015
posted in Mechanical Engineering
by sparshaaa
How to calculate no of sparks produced in a SI engine if the Engine is running at 4000 RPM?
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Last comment 08/28/2015 by IdeaSmith
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Geo-Engineering Slow the Flow in the Drake passage, Melt Antarctica!

08/29/2015
posted in General Discussion
by gaiatechnician
The world is all messed up and the effects of global warming are everywhere except (for the most part) Antarctica. The combination of the circumpolar...
Pathfinder Tags: climate change geo-engineering global warming
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Last comment 08/31/2015 by C-Mac
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Jerking of Robot Arm

08/25/2015
posted in Mechanical Engineering
by Ganesha
I have designed a robotic arm driven by servo motor via a planetary gear box.I have used taper roller bearing & deep groove bearing to hold the dr...
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One Woman’s Solo Journey Around the World in a 1930 Hudson

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Quantum Dots Transform LED Technology

08/31/2015 posted in Electronic Product Design
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To transform LEDs into a hyper-efficient technology, researchers at the University of Toronto have combined perovskite and quantum dots into a hybrid...
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Multi-core MCUs Need Better Alternatives

08/30/2015 posted in Electronic Components
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Although, multi-core MCUs have adequately served many high performance embedded applications, they are finding it difficult to keep up with new deman...
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Projection Mapping in the Fast Lane

08/29/2015 posted in Display Technologies
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To draw attention to its latest 4K projector at InfoComm 2015, one manufacturer created a projection mapping display to illuminate an ultra-high-end...
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Machining for Hobbyists: Getting Started

08/28/2015 posted in Speaking of Precision
by Milo
Surprisingly complete and easy to understand book that can be used to supplement training on the job for beginners, and a nice reference for those...
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Russia Ramps Up Baltic Air Incursions

08/28/2015 posted in Defense & Security Technology
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Last month saw a record number of intercepts by NATO fighters of Russian military aircraft over the Baltic Sea. Large formations totaling 22 aircraft...
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08/27/2015 posted in Caption This!
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Knowledge Management: Using Social Media to Drive the Learning Organization

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After All These Cars, Am I Still a Car Guy?

08/27/2015 posted in Hemmings Motor News Blog
by dstrohl
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Concrete Concert Hall Debuts in Veracruz

08/27/2015 posted in Building & Design Blog
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With Veracruz fast becoming a ground zero of Mexico's artistic cultural expression, a new concert hall is being constructed that will not only house...
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Who's Ready for Hypersonic Airplanes?

08/26/2015 posted in Aerospace Blog
by HUSH
Ever since the jet engines of the Concorde were extinguished nearly 12 years ago, the world has awaited the next supersonic transport (SST). Amid ri...
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Lubrication Charts--Chassis Maintenance Sure Isn’t What it Used To Be

08/26/2015 posted in Hemmings Motor News Blog
by dstrohl
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Getting the Grid into the Driver's Seat

08/26/2015 posted in Automotive Technology
by IHS Engineering360 eNewsletter
The power industry is facing a tough dilemma when it comes to charging electric cars. On one hand, lots of consumers need to first invest in electric...
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Foam Rubber Gaskets Aren’t Sponge Rubber Gaskets

08/25/2015 posted in Elasto Proxy's Sealing Solutions Blog
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Tesla Is Willing to Pay Hackers to Uncover Bugs on Its Website

08/25/2015 posted in MotorBeat
by Jordan Perch
Tesla Motors may be considered as a technological leader, but it doesn't mean that its products and services are immune to the challenges and threat...
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Interest in CHP Is Growing as Energy Efficiency Goals Expand

08/25/2015 posted in Editor's Desk
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