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  1. Thank you so much for your explanatory reply.
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  2. DrD

    Hemispherical dome

    It is far better for you to read the book. I have not done such problems since I taught a course where they were included in the Fall semester, 1969. My memory is a bit fuzzy, and I'd probably mislead you. DrD
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  3. DrD

    Hemispherical dome

    There is lots of discussion of problems of this sort in Den Hartog's Advance Strength book. DrD
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  4. tapas pal

    The hybrid rocket

    Because they use both solid and liquid propellant.
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  5. I recommend you look at Khan academy. This has many lessons on mathematics and is explained very well. Khan Academy | Free Online Courses, Lessons & Practice www.khanacademy.org
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  6. Sorry to rant, but… Just to give you a little appreciation for size… It takes the total output of Norris Dam just to run the fans on the cooling towers at Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant. Think fan on the radiator of your car compared to the engine. I have published multiple papers on BFNP and the cooling towers. Chuck Bowman designed those too (steam system thermal and cooling towers) plus Cumberland Steam Plant, Paradise Steam Plant Unit 3, Watts Bar Nuclear, Sequoyah Nuclear, Bellefonte Nuclear, Phipps Bend Nuclear, Hartsville Nuclear, and Yellow Creek Nuclear. CRC Press just released Thermal En
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    A COMPLETE INSTRUCTOR AND STUDENT SUPPLEMENT PACKAGE - Continued These ppts are set of instructor and student supplements. . A FOCUS ON DIAGNOSIS AND PROBLEM SOLVING The primary focus of these ppts is to satisfy the need for problem diagnosis. Time and again, the author has heard that technicians need more training in diagnostic procedures and skill development. To meet this need and to help illustrate how real problems are solved, diagnostic stories are included throughout. Each new topic covers the parts involved as well as their purpose, function, and operation, and how to tes
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  8. I took more math classes than the math majors--not a one wasted. I often call myself an applied mathematician. Math has enabled me to do all sorts of things besides mechanical engineering. I worked with several remediation teams when none of the geologists or geohydrologists or civil engineers could handle the mathematics. I solved several of the biggest pollution nightmares in North America, including the most expensive cleanup ever--on Western Cape Cod in the Kennedy's back yard. My particle tracker and 3D model builder software were the premier tools of choice for contractors working for th
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  9. A sandwich course combines classroom learning and practical work placements in separate blocks.Almost all engineering streams are under sandwich. In this pattern , theoretical training is first provided and then later practical training to learn about the application of your knowledge in your subject. After learning the gaps and facing the problems in practical application you return to theory to make it right. This is the best way to learn,but sadly not many colleges offer these and even job opportunities are low.A general 4 year engineering degree takes 5 years through practicals.Exactly
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