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I Thought You Knew

Recently I was interviewed by a Mechanical Engineering student on the importance of communications. I’m approaching 40 years in engineering practice so the examples began to flow and the student’s 15 minute time estimate for the meeting quickly turned into two hours. The meeting itself was a lesson in communications. My awareness of the root cause, that I will describe below, I believe made the information more valuable. The student and I covered many issues on the topic of communications,

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JAG Engineering LLC

 

Base Acceleration Problem -- #36

Mechanics Corner A Journal of Applied Mechanics and Mathematics by DrD, #36   Base Acceleration Problem Introduction In a recent post (#35) I mentioned that I often participate in another forum called Physics Forums (PF). The problem that I want to discuss here is an elaboration on a problem that recently appeared at PF. I'm going to add a little bit of complexity to the problem (the problme as stated at PF was extremely simple) in order to make a particular point.

DrD

DrD

 

Good News -- Bad News -- Rolling Disk in a Rolling Ring

Mechanics Corner     A Journal of Applied Mechanics and Mathematics by DrD, # 35       Machinery Dynamics Research, 2017 Good News --- Bad News Rolling Disk in a Rolling Ring      Introduction     Well, it looks like Mechanics Corner is back, at least in terms of an occasional post. It will probably be less frequent than previously, but there are just too many interesting things to talk about to remain entirely silent! The title for this post may leave you wondering wh

DrD

DrD

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