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  1. No energy extracted. Energy in - Energy lose...

    No energy extracted.

    Energy in - Energy lose (friction, temperature, etc) = less energy out.

    This is a fundamental laws of physics you cannot create energy only change it from form to another.
  2. There's no new energy created, in fact the energy...

    There's no new energy created, in fact the energy produced is negative. Balloons have to be placed in position, compressed air injected and then energy extracted.

    You cannot get more energy out...
  3. There are likely millions of research and testing...

    There are likely millions of research and testing hours into gas turbines. Also unknown number hours of in-field operation and data from which unknown number of scientist and engineers have...
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    Cost, Out of scope changes, schedule.

    Cost,
    Out of scope changes,
    schedule.
  5. Search the internet for: "expanded metal load...

    Search the internet for:

    "expanded metal load tables"
    or
    "expanded titanium metal load tables".

    Look at images on Google or big for tables of data.
  6. According to payscale_dot_com, average income for...

    According to payscale_dot_com, average income for Civil Engineers is $65,475 / year.

    2347

    keepacapearound00 -> how much do you think you should be earning?
  7. Home work not allowed.. Read the rules.

    Home work not allowed.. Read the rules.
  8. School work? Home work?

    School work? Home work?
  9. a) casting, b) Forming (bending or rolling), or...

    a) casting,
    b) Forming (bending or rolling), or extrusion,
    c) Assembly (3 parts into one),
    d) Extrusion or drawing
  10. And that is absolutely business confidential...

    And that is absolutely business confidential information.



    Skills gaps are mostly identified by challenges, mistakes, inefficiencies and identifying organizational requirements. From there...
  11. I don't think you understand the concept of...

    I don't think you understand the concept of business competition nor business confidential. Organizations that compete in the engineering training vertical are not likely to share this information.
    ...
  12. That's mostly in the business confidential arena...

    That's mostly in the business confidential arena - good luck extracting that data from industry. Moreover, you don't need that data to promote the value of engineering training.
  13. ASME, IEEE and ASTM are private companies...

    ASME, IEEE and ASTM are private companies utilizing volunteer labor to create standards and hire industry recognized experts (mostly) to deliver training on their behalf . Training programs conducted...
  14. These tests should be designed around the...

    These tests should be designed around the expected in-service loads these panels will experience. Bending, compression, tension or some combination.

    Strain gages, stress and strain, deflections...
  15. Yes, always put cutouts and/or hole features on...

    Yes, always put cutouts and/or hole features on or nearest possible the neutral plane relative to peak loading.

    If you have a basement that's how conduits, electrical wire, plumbing should be on...
  16. I should think not less than 1.5D hole edge to...

    I should think not less than 1.5D hole edge to edge distance and 2D hole edge to flange edge minimum.

    AISC structural steel design specifications defines industry standards for building.
  17. Machinery's, Roark's Stress and Strain, etc.

    Ok, throughout my career I have used Machinery's Handbook for design and Roark's Stress and Strain Formulas for my engineering analysis.

    These two books are well know in mechanical design and...
  18. No, each layer "floats" because the features are...

    No, each layer "floats" because the features are clearance holes / features. Just like with two floating parts assembled by a through fastener the four features may require full assembly with all...
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    Unless there is a geometric tolerance to the...

    Unless there is a geometric tolerance to the feature defined by that center line the Basic dimension is not needed. However, a limit dimension is required since all features should be specified one...
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    Start with torque and RPM requirements which will...

    Start with torque and RPM requirements which will define gearbox requirements then size motor appropriately.
  21. See the following webages, bottom gives...

    See the following webages, bottom gives references:



    Surface Finish Roughness Metrology Tutorial
    Surface Roughness Conversion Chart Tables
    Surface Roughness (Finish) Review and Equations
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    A "winch" or a "Windlass"? You'll want quality...

    A "winch" or a "Windlass"? You'll want quality Stainless Steel bolts fresh or salt water. Determine what the "winch" installation specification are and do that..

    You can do the 2D statics loading...
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    Weight per volume is the only sure way less...

    Weight per volume is the only sure way less material trace-ability.
  24. Typically, there would be a GD&T specification...

    Typically, there would be a GD&T specification with the surface perpendicular to the threaded hole as a datum and then the threaded hole would be called out:

    | Perpendicular | (diameter) Some...
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    Function first, it needs to work - then consider...

    Function first, it needs to work - then consider manufacture-ability.

    There is not a requirement that "AVG" diameter must include a "Free State" specification - it's just an example.

    ASME...
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