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United States Navy DL Perspective

United States Navy DL Perspective

United States Navy DL Perspective CAPT Hank Reeves Navy eLearning August 26, 2008 Agenda DL Management in the Navy DL Re-use in the Navy DL Utilization in the Navy DL Culture in the Navy Problem areas, shortfalls, technology gaps Inter-service collaboration Closing Remarks

By lotus
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AERODYNAMIC DIAGNOSIS & DESIGN BASED ON LOCAL DYNAMICS

AERODYNAMIC DIAGNOSIS & DESIGN BASED ON LOCAL DYNAMICS

AERODYNAMIC DIAGNOSIS & DESIGN BASED ON LOCAL DYNAMICS. J. Z. Wu The University of Tennessee Space Institute Tullahoma, TN 37388 State Key Laboratory for Turbulence and Complex System at Peking University, Beijing 100871, China June 2004. Collaborators of Presented studies.

By fauna
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Fluid Pressure and Fluid Force

Fluid Pressure and Fluid Force

Fluid Pressure and Fluid Force. Lesson 7.7. Fluid Pressure. Definition: The pressure on an object at depth h is Where w is the weight-density of the liquid per unit of volume Some example densities water 62.4 lbs/ft 3 mercury 849 lbs/ft 3. Fluid Pressure.

By evers
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Forces

Forces

Forces. Chapter 2. Reading Memo Insights:. Where did Newton base his laws? Is it through inventions, accidents, or natural occurence? Why is a car having zero force if it is speeding? Forces come in pairs; again, how does a wall show force?.

By sarai
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Industry Day II From present to the future

Industry Day II From present to the future

Industry Day II From present to the future. Colonel Scott McGowan Lieutenant Colonel Sam Smith Aviation Plans and Policies. BLUF – Near Term Industry Desires. Need command and control architecture to control globally and locally Must be compatible across enterprise and scalable

By terena
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PANTHR Hybrid Rocket

PANTHR Hybrid Rocket

PANTHR Hybrid Rocket. Final Design Review December 6 th 2006. PANTHR Team Members. Glen Guzik Niroshen Divitotawela Michael Harris Bruce Helming David Moschetti Danielle Pepe Jacob Teufert. Current Division of Labor.

By gitel
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The story so far…

The story so far…

The story so far…. Position tells you where you are Velocity tells you change in position with time Acceleration is the change in velocity with time These properties have magnitude and direction Now What causes an object to change its velocity?

By jolene
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Muscle Function and Aging

Muscle Function and Aging

Muscle Function and Aging. Dain LaRoche, Ph.D. Introduction. Muscle force and power production decrease with aging Locomotion, fall risk, activities of daily living, and independence Is the loss of muscle function associated with aging process or physical inactivity?. Muscle Function.

By sukey
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Magnetic Forces and Torques

Magnetic Forces and Torques

Magnetic Forces and Torques. Review:. Charged Particle in an external field : Straight wire of length L with current I in a uniform external field B:. Note: L points in direction of positive current flow. Force on a current-carrying wire (general case).

By stavros
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Unlocking Calculus

Unlocking Calculus

Unlocking Calculus. Getting started on Integrals. The Integral. What is it? The area underneath a curve Why is it useful? It helps in Physics, Chemistry, Engineering Total energy of a system, total force, mass … It is one step closer to Truth!. Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727).

By sharis
(130 views)

The New GI Bill

The New GI Bill

The New GI Bill. Basics and Issues. Objectives. Understand the basics of the Post-9/11 GI Bill Eligibility Benefits Issues and Concerns Know where to find additional information as it develops. Paradigm Shift!.

By navarro
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Electric Charge

Electric Charge

Electric Charge. Electric charge is measured in coulombs . The charge on an electron is _1.6x10 -19 C. A positive charge is caused by a loss of electrons A negative charge is caused by an gain of electrons.

By mimir
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ES 202 Fluid and Thermal Systems Lecture 3: Pressure Distribution on Submerged Surfaces (12/05/2002)

ES 202 Fluid and Thermal Systems Lecture 3: Pressure Distribution on Submerged Surfaces (12/05/2002)

ES 202 Fluid and Thermal Systems Lecture 3: Pressure Distribution on Submerged Surfaces (12/05/2002). Assignments. Reading: Cengel & Turner Section 10-4 and 10-5 Homework: 10-11, 10-19, 10-37 in Cengel & Turner Definition of specific gravity and gage pressure. Road Map of Lecture 3.

By berke
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Motion & Force: Dynamics

Motion & Force: Dynamics

Motion & Force: Dynamics. A Force is “A push or a pull” on an object. Usually, for a force, we use the symbol F. F is a VECTOR !. Force. Obviously, vector addition is needed to add forces!. “Pushing” Forces. “Pulling” Forces. 1. “ Contact ” Forces :. Classes of Forces.

By tanaya
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1443-501 Spring 2002 Lecture #22

1443-501 Spring 2002 Lecture #22

1443-501 Spring 2002 Lecture #22. Pressure Pressure Variation and Depth Absolute and Relative Pressures Buoyant Forces & Archimedes’ Principle. Dr. Jae hoon Yu. Today’s Homework Assignments are #10 & #11. Final Exam at 5:30pm, Monday, May 6 (covers Ch 1- 16).

By Sophia
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Applications & Examples of Newton’s Laws

Applications & Examples of Newton’s Laws

Applications & Examples of Newton’s Laws. Forces are VECTORS !! Newton’s 2 nd Law: ∑ F = ma ∑ F = VECTOR SUM of all forces on mass m  Need VECTOR addition to add forces in the 2 nd Law! Forces add according to rules of VECTOR ADDITION ! (Ch. 3). Newton’s 2 nd Law problems:

By Antony
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The Ideal Gas Laws

The Ideal Gas Laws

The Ideal Gas Laws. Chapter 14. Expectations. After this chapter, students will : Know what a “mole” is Understand and apply atomic mass, the atomic mass unit, and Avogadro’s number Understand how an ideal gas differs from real ones

By lok
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Coulomb’s Law in 2D

Coulomb’s Law in 2D

Coulomb’s Law in 2D. Lesson 3. Objectives. determine, quantitatively, the magnitude and direction of the electric force on a point charge due to two or more other point charges in a plane. Review.

By nellis
(206 views)

Newton’s laws

Newton’s laws

Newton’s laws . By: Emma and César. Newton’s First Law Of Motion . Definition: Every object in a state of uniform motion tends to remain in that state of motion unless an external force is applied to it. Activity 1 : Body At Rest.

By cato
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Design a ship base using adhesively bonded hollow steel members to Reinforce Aluminum Plates

Design a ship base using adhesively bonded hollow steel members to Reinforce Aluminum Plates

United Arab Emirates University College of Engineering Mechanical Department . Design a ship base using adhesively bonded hollow steel members to Reinforce Aluminum Plates. Mohammed Jassem Al Hosani 200301436 Osama Ebrahim Al Zaabi 200305397

By melia
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