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Forum: Science & Technology 2020-12-04, 08:57
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Posted By kriesel
Probably pretty good instincts. During WWII...

Probably pretty good instincts.

During WWII there was a debate over the cost and effectiveness of British bombing of Germany. Precision was notably lacking, so it was done fairly indiscriminately....
Forum: Science & Technology 2020-12-03, 21:31
Replies: 70
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Posted By kriesel
Oh well. It was too small and old anyway. Next...

Oh well. It was too small and old anyway. Next task is to convince the powers that be that a replacement is vital to defending the US from China / Covid19 / terrorism / space rocks.
As an engineer,...
Forum: Science & Technology 2020-11-25, 01:26
Replies: 70
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Posted By kriesel
Tuck the nose cone tip of one into an engine...

Tuck the nose cone tip of one into an engine nozzle of the next, to accommodate a few otherwise excess meters. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rocketdyne_F-1...
Forum: Science & Technology 2020-11-22, 14:10
Replies: 70
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Posted By kriesel
That "call-back" was way earlier than reasonable...

That "call-back" was way earlier than reasonable to expect, unless assuming a nearby listening post.
Forum: Science & Technology 2020-11-21, 02:51
Replies: 70
Views: 9,914
Posted By kriesel
Quick, give the complete correlated load and...

Quick, give the complete correlated load and corrosion history of every portion of the structure, in ANSYS input compatible form.

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