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Midwest High Speed Rail
818 wordsMIDWEST HIGH-SPEED RAIL Where would America be without the train The train and rail are as much a part of American heritage as the land itself. The train connected the east to the west. Trains ushered in the industrial revolution of the later 19th century. Trains not only ushered in industry, but also commerce America into the next century. The high-speed rail proposed to the Midwest will bring people in its cities closer together by the way of lowered cost and travel time. It will create jobs a...
Low Cost Cpu The End User
339 wordsOne of Intel's major marketing pushes for the Pentium 4 processor has been its ability to scale to incredibly high clock speeds. Architecturally we " ve explained countless times how Intel is able to accomplish this through the lengthening of the CPU's primary pipeline and the use of low latency caches. To the end user however, all that is understood in the end is a higher clock speed. A side effect of Intel's intense marketing focus on clock speed (and AMD's marketing focus on IPC) is that many...
Sound In The Piece
1,697 wordsNuova Consonanza - NC Berlin 1969 The piece begins with about 3 sounds occurring concurrently. I can identify a guitar or similar string instrument distinctly. I also hear a wind instrument drone. As the piece progresses, I hear random noises in the background. These begin with an object sliding down a wire, creating a downward scale effect. High pitched piano that is low in intensity is heard. Suddenly I hear a squeaky, high pitched sound that sounds like squeaking on glass with wet fingers. Th...
Wheels To The Boot
494 wordsCOMPONENTS: Wheels: The diameter is the height of the wheel, which ranges from 43 to 80 mm. As diameter increases, cruising speed increases and maneuverability decreases. (2) The durometer is the hardness of the wheel. Wheels use the A scale from 0-100.100 would be a very hard plastic. Softer wheels have more shock absorption, greater turning ability, and wear faster. (2) A wheels profile is the point where the wheel touches the ground. Traction and stability increase with an increasing profile ...
High Speed Limits
496 wordsSpeed Kills The high speed limits are often causes of accidents that cause serious injuries and even death. The speed limit should be lowered so we can control accidents caused by high speed driving, pollution, and the high cost of operation and insurance. First of all it is obvious that a motorist driving over the speed limit has more chances of getting into an accident that a motorist who is traveling at the average speed. One who drives fast does not have proper and that well of a control on ...
High Speed Car
1,630 wordsThe intricacies that are involved in turning a regular car into a "Street Racer" are many; and racers pour their souls into these magnificent machines. After seeing "the Fast and the Furious" many people have or wanted to become involved in street racing. They do not realize that this is a sport that takes knowledge, hard work, and nerve. Many of these racers have spent their lives under a car, learning the trade and improving upon it. As I have learned, this is not just a hobby; it is a way of ...
Conservation Of Momentum During Collisions
503 wordsMomentum has an integral part in the field of physics. However, many people do not know the importance of momentum in everyday life or even recognize it. The truth is that we use momentum in just about every activity that involves motion. When we drive a car we use the principles of momentum to realize how much cushion space we need or how much stopping distance is needed when going a certain speed. Momentum is also extremely important when trying to understand collisions. Collisions occur every...
Speed Range Shock Waves
1,130 wordsUsed in Miami Florida, Palmetto Middle School, Mr. Sams. Aerodynamics is a branch of fluid mechanics that deals with the motion of air and other gaseous fluids, and with the forces acting on bodies in motion. The motion of an airplane through the air, the wind forces exerted on a building, and the operation of a windmill are all examples of aerodynamic action. Bernoulli's Principle One of the fundamental laws about the motion of fluids is Bernoulli's Principle, which relates an increase in flow ...
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