For the dimensioning
assignment, include the
following set of notes on
1) REMOVE ALL BURRS, BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES X
2) UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
ALL SURFACES TO HAVE A 64 MICROINCH FINISH
ALL DIMENSIONS TO BE .010
Intro Most of us, at some point, have found ourselves tapping our foot to music or had the urge to get up and dance to music that we found particularly stimulating.
My research project will investigate what, if any, effect listening to music has o
From: Mark Einsiedel To: Schillace, Brandy Subject: Status of Project Project Topic As with originally planned, I intend to investigate the psychophysical effects of music on the shooting performance of basketball players. Revisions, Additions
After reading several publications by Dr. Costas Karageorghis, I intend to use various genres of music to see each of their results, but, more importantly, specific tracks as picked by the individual participants of my study. With regard to the final work
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M ark Einsiedel 42297 Applesway C ircle Leetonia, Ohio 44431 (330)-429-4871 April 9, 2010 Mr. Howard M. Cohn 21625 Chagrin Blvd Cleveland, Ohio 44122 Dear Mr. Cohn: As a Pre-Law student in the Mechanical Engineering Department, I am wri ting to inquire ab
To: Faculty Appreciation Award for Achievements in Engineering (FAAAE) Committee From: Mark Einsiedel, Riya Basu, Sifat Shahjahan, Cory Leshen, and Max Bohon Date: February 11, 2010 Subject: Accomplishments and Contributions of Dr. Arthur Huckelbridg
Annotated Bibliography on the Publications of Arthur Huckelbridge By Mark Einsiedel, Riya Basu, Max Bohon, Cory Leshen, and Sifat Shahjahan Chicago Style Citation Huckelbridge, Arthur and A. Eitel. August 2003. Preliminary Performance Observations for an
Mark Einsiedel BETH 271 February 9, 2010 Dr. Hyun The Case of Valerie and Nikolas Emerson Valerie Emerson learned she tested HIV+ while she was pregnant and further tests revealed that her son Nikolas and daughter Tia were also positive. Physicians prescr
Mark Einsiedel BETH 271 March 22, 2010 Dr. Hyun
The Moral Difference or lack thereof in Voluntary Euthanasia The distinctions between passive euthanasia, physician assisted suicide (PAS), and active euthanasia are not as clear cut as some people may belie
Mark Einsiedel BETH 271 February 5, 2010 Dr. Hyun Outline for Paper 5. Consider the video of Nicholas shown in class. Should his mother be allowed to continue to make medical decisions about his HIV treatment? Use course materials to support your argument
Mark Einsiedel USSY 204 Systems Thinking February 2, 2010 Statement of Research Project One thing that I have already written a small bit about and wish to look into further because it is of extreme interest to me is the butterfly effect. The idea that a
Mark Einsiedel USSY 204 Systems Thinking February 22, 2010 How Systems Deal With Changes
Today, I was sitting around thinking about what was going on around me when I had a thought. I came to the conclusion that profound changes can take place in ways we
Mark Einsiedel USSY 204 Systems Thinking February 14, 2010
More On the Butterfly Effect Just the other day, I was driving back to campus along the highway and noted that the speed limit was 65 miles per hour. I had never really thought about it and, like
Mark Einsiedel USSY 204 Systems Thinking February 8, 2010
Edward Lorenz and Real Life Examples of the Butterfly Effect In 1960, Edward Lorenz was attempting to do something remarkable. He was a meteorologist at the time and was in the process of developin
Mark Einsiedel USSY 204 Systems Thinking January 31, 2010 The Butterfly Effect This past weekend I was watching television and I was watching a particular movie that I have seen a few times, The Butterfly Effect. Although I have seen the movie before, I p
Mark Einsiedel USSY 204 Systems Thinking January 25, 2010 The Complexity of Social Systems As we talked more and more about systems and how involved they can be, it really made me think. I began to think of how systems are connected to one another and how
FINAL PRESENTATION NAME: Mark Einsiedel GRADE: 47/50 COMMENTS: Great workyou seemed on top of your game (sorry I couldnt help myself). Good intro to self and project, good use of images, nice engagement with audience through the we all listen to music app
 Skatssoon, Judy. "Music Gives Athletes the Edge." ABC Science Online. 19 Sept. 2006. Web. 17 Mar. 2010. <http:/www.abc.n Mark Conference ychophysical effects of music in sport and exercise: an update on theory, research and application. I n: 2006 Join
Upon delving into past research on the subject matter, convincing evidence supports that listening to music while playing basketball can provide a performance boost. Several works have already been published analyzing the effects of music on sport and exe
MANUAL SKETCHING ASSIGNMENTS
All assignments are due on the day of your lab in the week stated. All sketches are to be turned into
Jason in RDS; if it is your week to be in the BSW, you must bring the drawings up to RDS before lab.
All of the dra
EMAE 160 Notes
Come see Jim Drake for designs after class.
To learn to design, just do it and find a design methodology book.
Start with a sketch pad and draw, take a cad.
Go over and over in your head or whatever.
Positive rake for hig
1. List 3 differences between thermoset plastics and thermoplastics:
Differences between Thermoset plastics and thermoplastics:
Thermoset plastic: Structure of polymers (Linear-Linked to cross linked), Permanent chemical
change, heat to set, st
1. A flat washer is generally designed to be used with threaded fasteners such as nuts or
bolts. The main purpose of a flat washer is to distribute the weight or pressure applied
to the object being bolted together.
a. Iron is an allotropic element; that is, it can exist in more than one
crystalline form; and the carbon atom is only 130 the size of the iron atom.
These phenomena are thus the underlying principles that permit the
achievements that are poss
1) Resistance welding processes make used of the heat generated by electrical resistance to
achieve fusion of the parts to be joined; no pressure is used.
2) Weld failures always occur in the fusion zone of the weld joint, since this is the part
1) What are the two systems used for measuring the hardness of heat-treated steels?
2) Explain the difference between liquid-phase sintering and solid-phase sintering when
describing the powdered metallurgy process.
Solid: forms powd
Weekly Manuf Lecture Questons
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1. Given the following parameters, fnd the appropriate RPM and feed rate in inches/minute.
Show all work.
Cutting Speed: 150 SFM
Tool Diameter: 0.875 End Mill
Chip per Tooth: 0.002