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Introduction

Introduction

Introduction Background and Marketing – Ben Kuhlman Robot – Troy Wohlfert Global Positioning System – Laura O’Rear LADAR – Stephen Sherman System Design – Matt Knollman Navigation and Control – Alex Hain Markets for Our Product One-Third of all military vehicles by 2015

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V2V applications: End to end or broadcast-based? Panel VANET 2007, Sept 10, 2007

V2V applications: End to end or broadcast-based? Panel VANET 2007, Sept 10, 2007

V2V applications: End to end or broadcast-based? Panel VANET 2007, Sept 10, 2007. Mario Gerla Computer Science Dept, UCLA www.cs.ucla.edu. End to end vs broadcast based. VANET E2E networking (without infrastructure) extremely challenging: An urban VANET may have over 100,000 nodes

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HOW TO FIND A RATE LAW

HOW TO FIND A RATE LAW

HOW TO FIND A RATE LAW. I. To find a “Rate Law,” use a series of experimental results. Hold the concentration of one reagent constant, vary the concentration of the other and note what happens to the rate. For example, for the reaction : 2 NO (g) + Cl 2 (g)  2 NOCl (g)

By sawyer
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Hydraulic Jump as an application of Momentum Equation

Hydraulic Jump as an application of Momentum Equation

Hydraulic Jump as an application of Momentum Equation. Lab Jump in Flume (Right to Left). Hydraulic Jump in a Sink?. http://www.eng.vt.edu/fluids/msc/gallery/waves/sink.htm. Hydraulic Jumps.

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Physics I Class 12

Physics I Class 12

Physics I Class 12. Uniform Circular Motion. Newton’s Second Law - Yet Another Review!. Uniform Circular Motion. When an object travels in a circle, its velocity is constantly changing (in direction at least).

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Dissolved Oxygen Processes

Dissolved Oxygen Processes

Dissolved Oxygen Processes. Processes and Equations Implemented in WASP7 Eutrophication Module. Eutrophication - DO Interactions. Detritus. Death. Phytoplankton. Periphyton. CBOD 1. Photosynthesis and Respiration. Dissolved Oxygen. Organic Decay. Dissolution. Reaereation. CBOD 2.

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V2V applications: End to end or broadcast-based? Panel VANET 2007, Sept 10, 2007

V2V applications: End to end or broadcast-based? Panel VANET 2007, Sept 10, 2007

V2V applications: End to end or broadcast-based? Panel VANET 2007, Sept 10, 2007. Mario Gerla Computer Science Dept, UCLA www.cs.ucla.edu. End to end vs broadcast based. VANET E2E networking (without infrastructure) extremely challenging: An urban VANET may have over 100,000 nodes

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Sun Nuclear Reactions

Sun Nuclear Reactions

Sun Nuclear Reactions. Sun Nuclear Physics. The work of Einstein – A new view of mass: E = m c 2 Conceptual Implication: Mass is a highly concentrated form of energy. Therefore mass can be converted to other forms of energy, as long as Conservation of Energy is satisfied . Sun

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NOVEL COATINGS BY DSC

NOVEL COATINGS BY DSC

Nano WC-12Co. Nano Al 2 O 3 -13TiO 2. Load= 50N. Sliding Velocity= 5.53m/sec Load= 50N. SLIDING WEAR PERFORMANCE. MICROHARDNESS. ABRASIVE WEAR PERFORMANCE. NOVEL COATINGS BY DSC.

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Lecture 6 Non Inertial Frames Energy-Waves-Radiation

Lecture 6 Non Inertial Frames Energy-Waves-Radiation

Lecture 6 Non Inertial Frames Energy-Waves-Radiation. ASTR 340 Fall 2006 Dennis Papadopoulos. FRAMES OF REFERENCE.

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Syphon

Syphon

Syphon. Syphon is a structure constructed at the intersection of two waterways. Syphon carries the discharge of one waterway under the other. Usually the smaller waterway ’ s discharge passes under the large one. ≥ 0.3. Syphon. Hydraulic Design.

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Chapter 3 Elasticity and Strength of Materials

Chapter 3 Elasticity and Strength of Materials

Chapter 3 Elasticity and Strength of Materials. References 1-Physics in biology and Medicine 3 rd e, Paul Davidovits 2- web sites 3- College Physics, 7 th e, Serway. Classification of matter. Matter is normally classified as being in one of three states:

By datherine
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Linear Motion

Linear Motion

Linear Motion. Mr. Callan Physics Assignment Read Chapter 2 Do all even questions on pages 25-27 (except activities) chapter review. “Do problems 1-8 in “Problem-Solving” work book on pages 1-14 (WB 1-14). Equations. Quiz How Fast are You Moving When You Are Sitting Still?.

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Roadside Barriers

Roadside Barriers

Roadside Barriers. RDG Chapter 5. Barrier Types. Roadside Barriers Median Barriers Bridge Railings. Barrier Testing: NCHRP 350 (Test Level 3). STRENGTH TEST 4400 lb. 62 mph 25 degrees. SEVERITY TEST 1800 lb. 62 mph 20 degrees. NCHRP 350 Test Levels 1-3. NCHRP 350 Test Levels 4-6.

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200

200

1 st Law of Motion . 2 nd Law Of Motion. 3 rd Law Of Motion. Momentum. Projectile Motion. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500.

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Newton’s 1 st Law. Newton’s 2 nd Law. Newton’s 3 rd Law. Metric System . Grab Bag. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. An object in motion stays….

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Significant Digits

Significant Digits

Significant Digits. Calculations. Significant Digits in Calculations. Now you know how to determine the number of significant digits in a number How do you decide what to do when adding, subtracting, multiplying, or dividing?. Rules for Addition and Subtraction.

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Investigation of Acoustic Localization of rf Cavity Breakdown

Investigation of Acoustic Localization of rf Cavity Breakdown

Investigation of Acoustic Localization of rf Cavity Breakdown. George Gollin Department of Physics University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign LCRD 2.15. Can we learn more about NLC rf cavity breakdown through acoustic signatures of breakdown events?. Who is participating

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ACT SCIENCE TEST PREP

ACT SCIENCE TEST PREP

ACT SCIENCE TEST PREP. Basic Science Test Preparation Techniques. * Important Reminder *. Don’t worry about “not knowing enough science” to do well.

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Essential knowledge 3.E.2:

Essential knowledge 3.E.2:

Essential knowledge 3.E.2: . Animals have nervous systems that detect external and internal signals, transmit and integrate information, and produce responses. Nervous systems. Effector cells~ muscle or gland cells Nerves~ bundles of neurons wrapped in connective tissue

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