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And how do I apply it? I just bought it recently online and I am afraid of damaging the device so it's better that I ask beforehand. https://ibb.co/nC7LJ0T3 AnswersEngineering3 days ago
Material suggestion: Metallic sheet similar to aluminum foil but allows magnets to get attracted to it?
I'm currently in a DIY project course of action and I want to have two pieces of neodymium magnets to get attracted to an object wrapped in some sort of a metallic sheet regardless of its hue/appearance that looks practically identical to aluminum foil (well, magnets don't get attracted to aluminum foil due to the chemical/mechanical nature of aluminum), so what feasible options should I look into?
TQ upfront for the tips, guys!1 AnswerPhysics5 days ago
What's the term for a manufacturer's vendor's customer who benefits from the service by the vendor but with respect to the manufacturer?
OK I know this sounds a bit odd. But what I'm trying to ask here is what's it called the customer of a manufacturer but indirectly as the product produced by the manufacturer is distributed to the vendor from which customers benefit the service? Is there such thing as secondhand customer? For example, I am a rollercoaster amusement ride manufacturer. My direct customer will be the owner of an amusement park. But as the rollercoaster manufacturer, how do I call the customer of my customer, i.e. the riders/passengers/visitors of the amusement park?1 AnswerWords & Wordplay1 week ago
For a DIY project, and without solid understanding in electrical and electronics...
Will a 9V battery damage a 3 - 6V DC motor? If it will, how do I tell which DC motor to buy through its specs (what to take note of) without having to replace the 9V battery and using any resistors?3 AnswersEngineering3 weeks ago
Example sentence: It promotes teamwork among the design, production, quality, sales and marketing, finance, etc. departments.
Here, "departments" is a noun, and it is important for me to convey to readers that the list of bodies and *many more (etc.) are departments.2 AnswersWords & Wordplay2 months ago
I found a sentence in a physics-engineering problem that goes across the entire textbook - "... the distance traveled for a time duration of t2 - t1 is the area under the v-t curve ..."; it makes me wonder if the word "time" as in time duration is redundant in any case and context. Because as far as I know, duration is defined as time interval or time span, even in many dictionaries. What say you?3 AnswersWords & Wordplay2 months ago
In solving moment equilibrium's unknown about an axis in solid mechanics, how do I know if I should write M (moment) or T (torque)?
I do know both have the same unit, but that does not mean they're the same. So how do I tell if it's a pure moment or a torque?2 AnswersPhysics4 months ago
In determining the maximum bending stress of a cross-section of a structure, when do we use the flexure formula, i.e. σ_max = (M*c)/I and...?
... when to use σ_max = -(Mz*y)/Iz + (My*z)/Iy ?
Subject: Solid Mechanics
We know that subsea parts are produced via hot forging. So this places the question for our research and we would also like to crowdsource for more information other than what we were able to winnow out from Google search results - why not cold working? Can anyone help?
In blow molding, how does the machine close the bottom of a shaped plastic container product when the excess "tail" is trimmed?
Unlike the top/lid part, when it is trimmed, it leaves a hole for the cap.
If energy can neither be created nor destroyed, how do humans die to become unseen paranormal forces like ghosts?
something to navel-gaze...12 AnswersParanormal Phenomena7 months ago
As far as I know, if the diameter for the inlet is the same as the diameter for the outlet, the velocity must be equal for both ends, as per the continuity equation. But what about Q1 and Q2?2 AnswersEngineering7 months ago
The capacitance between two electrode plates is given by C = (dielectric const * area of plates) / distance between the two parallel plates?
But in another formula, I noticed this as per attached image. What does 1/3.6pi mean or how is it derived?Physics7 months ago
Is the Cutting Speed's unit sfm (surface feet per minute) and m/min interchangeable? Inasmuch as I noticed, based on the machinist's guide, for mild steel, sfm is 100. While another source has it that for mild steel, m/min is also 100. So is cutting speed, whether it is in sfm or m/min can be directly applied to the formula of spindle speed, RPM = (CS x 4) / Diameter?3 AnswersEngineering8 months ago
Greetings all! I am a tyro; just foraying into mechanical engineering. While I have yet to take the machining workshop lesson (probably in the next semester), I would like to self-learn and discover upfront about milling, lathing, and drilling. I do have preexisting experience about the three machines but I'm not that good in selecting the right cutting tools.
Here I attached a technical drawing of a machine vise I took from some Internet source randomly. I simply need help from all of you who are far more experienced in determining the appropriate cutting tools, their respective cutting speeds, cutter diameters, number of flutes of the cutters, feed per tooth, etc. for each of the six components of this tool steel-based machine vise. This is for my personal exercise.
Thank you more than words could express!
P.S. Ignore the doodles on the paper.3 AnswersEngineering9 months ago