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### Calculation the temperature at certain length

Hello Michael Ross, Thank you for the detail notes on engineering. I truly appreciate the amount of effort and time you have put on this topic....
Post by: Wmech, May 1, 2013 in forum: Calculations
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### Protection for Pitting Corrosion on Welded SS

Thank you for your input and suggestion. I will look up more about the passivation procedure.
Post by: Wmech, May 1, 2013 in forum: Surface finishes

### Protection for Pitting Corrosion on Welded SS

Hi, first, i want to say thank you for all the inputs and suggestions from all the professionals on this topic of the surface finishing process....
Thread by: Wmech, May 1, 2013, 4 replies, in forum: Surface finishes
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### Calculation the temperature at certain length

Hi thermal, Actually it all thanks to my instructor. The way he taught us in thermodynamic was absolutely spot on. Though, i still need more...
Post by: Wmech, Apr 29, 2013 in forum: Calculations
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### How to gain common sense?

Hi Doug, Thanks for the support and the input. I will try my best to remember them all in this field.
Post by: Wmech, Apr 29, 2013 in forum: The Leisure Lounge
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### How to gain common sense?

Thanks mhjones. I appreciate your support. All i can do right now is to try and learn. Thanks again
Post by: Wmech, Apr 29, 2013 in forum: The Leisure Lounge
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### Help with Electric motor car calculations please.

In any case, you have the speed of the car. you can simply do a conversion the car speed from meters per second to inch per minute. Then calculate...
Post by: Wmech, Apr 28, 2013 in forum: Calculations
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### Help with Electric motor car calculations please.

what do you mean by F? Is it the normal force? or tractive force (friction force)? Once you have the friction force, you can find the torque by...
Post by: Wmech, Apr 28, 2013 in forum: Calculations
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### Calculation the temperature at certain length

I agreed with you, thermal. Thanks for the clarification and suggestion.
Post by: Wmech, Apr 28, 2013 in forum: Calculations