As far as the engineering goes, up to a certain point far, far faster than an internal combustion engine can spin, RPM is irrelevant to a transmission. When you buy one for a project car (or even when a major manufacturer orders a few
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From Wikipedia: > [The tunnel was used to test virtually every high-performance aircraft used by the United States in World War II. For much of the war, when it was operational 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the full-scale tunnel was the
[here is one sorry for poor qualiy](http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=QNLoDPfSrXE&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DQNLoDPfSrXE) [here](http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=LseW9VECqek&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DLseW9VECqek) is a better quality video. This is at steamtown
That is absolutely stunning. The F-16 is by far my favourite jet. My airforce never had them (as far as i am aware), i guess we didn’t need that capability, but my god, i must have built dozens of these in kit model form.
super energetic, yes. enough power to do any damage? no. you have to create a vacuum to prevent arcing of the grids and remove normal air and make way for a low density deuterium mix, also the vacuum helps protect the outer bell jar
Camouflage patterns are protected by copyright, there are even companies that specialize in making a large number of patterns and variations just to hold copyright, forcing nations to lease newer and more efficient patterns from them. ( http://www.hyperstealth.com/copyright/) My experience is that we had
From what I understand basically they have done this: They fitted the plane with a steer by wire system but let the classical mechanic steering intact as a backup. The steer by wire signals are going through some computers before they reach the actuators.
I looked after a fleet of 35 offshore supply boats and tugs in Dubai some years ago. The drydock I used had this system. It is called a Syncro-lift. The vessels come out of the water on a large ‘table’ with tracks that run
Here are some cool example videos: * [Keyence 3D inspection system](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cki2vZmfTSw) * [Keyence Instant Measurement Systems](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cp1vvO1K4K8) * [Fanuc IRVision Robotic Inspection](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Ma6h_X17yY) * [Fanuc IRVision 3D Robotic Bin Picking](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ORJRX6F3k4) * [SICK 3D Scanning Sensor](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdQDohVF4Nw) * [Pix4D Aerial Image Processing Software](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p30Rt_aO0os) * [Thermo Scientific Automated Spectroscopy
Desarrolladores y líderes de Mozilla, que son travestis culo! Alguien debe colgar ustedes para arriba en sus propias bolas y dejar que su perro muerda su caricatura de una polla! Posteriormente deben ponerlo tiempo que sea necesario por la garganta hasta que traga a
Yep, just for show. You can find many examples on [google images](https://www.google.com/search?q=dump+and+burn&aq=f&um=1&ie=UTF-8&hl=en&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&ei=prpqUe6mIZT29gSulYC4CA&biw=1280&bih=963&sei=qbpqUdrpH4io8gT2vIHQDQ#imgrc=_), I just picked this one as I thought it looked awesome and was available in high resolution.
I’d have to agree with you, can’t hurt to put it in display. According to GlobalSecurity >The helicopter sat in storage until 1987 when it was decided that it should be placed in to the US Army Aviation Museum at Ft Rucker AL. In
Had the same question but quickly came with a “static” conclusion. Too much failure points, no need for more wingspan^? Then i was thinking about future with “changing shape” alloy if you apply the good voltage or T° Could be dynamic sooner than later
That and many tyre changes and endless other changes for safety in the meantime. As a general rule regulations have gotten much stricter over the years to make the sport safer and to stop cars going too fast. F1 engineers can get damn closd
It’s actually pretty simple, the antenna is pretty much a whole bunch of tiny antennas, and any signal will arrive at a slightly different time to each of those antennas depending on the where they come from. Straight from the front, the tiny antennas
>While similar in appearance to the American B-1 Lancer, the Tu-160 is a different class of combat aircraft, its primary role being a standoff missile platform (strategic missile carrier). The Tu-160 is also larger and faster than the B-1B and has a slightly greater
Those machines are real loud when they’re not covered in decorative armour which probably rattles and adds even more noise. I can imagine somebody running that with some death metal blasting out of those speakers. I’ve done that in a 1974 Tucker Sno-Cat while
It was a hybrid engine: conventional turbojet until about Mach 2.5. After that, the engine began to channel more and more air around the turbojet section and dump it into the ignition chamber, as the air was already sufficiently compressed, so no need to
Take another look at the walls, in order to keep that from being a problem they use a spray-on concrete material to ‘seal’ the walls of the cave. Once that’s been done you simply let the air handling system filter out any particulates of
Not only that, but launching the rocket from east to west allows the satellite to land in the Pacific ocean if something goes wrong. In additon, the east to west launch cancels out the momentum gained from earth’s rotation. That is important for polar
The clockwork is real and works but it’s just for looks and doesn’t have anything to do with the actual drawing. [Here’s](http://articles.latimes.com/2011/nov/27/entertainment/la-ca-working-hollywood-20111127) an article about Dick George the prop designer talking about the design inspiration: >George looked to one of his old toys for
A large part of the noise comes from the propeller hitting the air. One important thing to remember is that an automobile does not have the weight restrictions that an airplane has. Cars can support excess weight on the ground but an airplane relies
It’s about 15 feet wide and 30 feet long . There is another identical unit about 75 feet away. They are both lowered into the water, the barge is then floated over them, then they are both pulled out and the barge comes with
A lot of aircraft have small compartments like this. Typical ‘baggage’ would be things like wheel chocks, safing pins and other small bits specific to that aircraft that it might need if it were flying to a field not necessarily prepared for the type.