Engineering

Flight Simulator Improvement 946

NEW EYE TRACKING TECHNIQUES IMPROVE REALISM OF AIRCRAFT SIMULATORS A simulated flight environment for pilot training may soon be made more realistic through the use of eye-tracking technology developed by researchers at the University of Toronto’s Institute of Biomedical Engineering (IMBE). Many safety and cost benefits are obtained by training aircraft pilots under simulated conditions, […]

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Informative Speech 1587

Informative Speech – Metals Purpose: My purpose is to inform the audience of how different types of steel are formed by explaining the different mechanical properties of Iron and Carbon compositions. I. Introduction A. Have you ever noticed that some steel, such as a long bridge is able to bend and have slack, whereas other […]

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Scarlet Letter: Dimmesdale’s Suffering 1680

In Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter, Dimmesdale, experiences the most emotional suffering from the weight of guilt placed upon him as the father of an illegitimate child. His lover, Hester Prynne bears their child and is chastised and exiled from her peers. The identity of the father is kept secret, so the community respects Dimmesdale […]

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what is friction 1889

To find the coefficients of friction in a given system, an experiment needs to be performed. Finding the coefficient of static friction is the natural first step. Once this coefficient is found, the more complicated problem of finding the coefficient of kinetic friction is not so cumbersome. In this experiment, the force of static friction […]

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Pro Genetic Engineering 1989

Genetic engineering has struck a major controversy concerning issues in heath care, engineering of food and other biological agents, and cloning. Genetic engineering is the process of manipulating the genetic code or DNA of a particular organism. Compared to most sciences genetic engineering is quite new to our society. The moral and religious implications have […]

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Automotive History 2012

Automotive History Why is it called an automobile? Or now a car? Why isn’t it called anything else? Oliver Evens applied for a U.S. patent in Philadelphia in 1792 on a steam land carriage, which he called the “oruktor amphibolos”. We could of been stuck with that name if it wasn’t for more reasonable people […]

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virtual memory and its architecture in operating systems 2287

INTRODUCTION Virtual memory refers to an imaginary set of locations, or addresses, where you can store data. It is imaginary in the sense that the memory area is not the same as the real physical memory composed of transistors or capacitors. The efficient use of memory is a problem that has remained important since the […]

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CUESTIONARIO TECNICO DE LA MADERA 2885

CUESTIONARIO TECNICO DE LA MADERA 1) Cuales son los principales componentes que constituyen a la madera. La madera como toda sustancia viva, esta formada por multitud de pequenas unidades individuales cementadas entre si llamadas celulas. Las celulas de la madera son tubulares, de forma aproximadamente rectangular, su longitud no excede de unos 5 mm, y […]

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Dispelling the Myths about Fusion Power 2980

Over the past four or five decades, and especially in recent years, there has been a lot of talk among the scientific community and in everyday life about the development of nuclear fusion as an energy source. It seems that the everyday person has some sort of fairy tale image of fusion power in the […]

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Hydrogen As A Fuel 3122

Imagine filling your tank with a garden hose, driving 5000 kilometers, and then stopping for a drink out of your tailpipe! This, ladies and gentlemen, is the future. But how is this possible? With a device called a ‘fuel cell’. These cells run primarily off of water, but can run from many different fluids including […]

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