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Larry Burford

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Posted - 22 Mar 2012 :  18:51:48  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Here is a paper that we have used internally for five or six years. It is a little on the technical side, but I have decided to share it with the group any way.

There are some theoretical issues I have with certain parts of their analysis section. I'll be adding my commentary later.

Let me know what you think about the paper.

LB

Larry Burford

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Posted - 22 Mar 2012 :  18:53:09  Show Profile  Reply with Quote


Feynman's oscillating charge - electrical oscillation? or mechanical?

Does it matter?
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Larry Burford

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(... capable of measuring phase speeds less than or equal to the speed of light.)
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Larry Burford

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1.0 cm beam end? (vibration amplitde at 40Hz?)

maximum displacement for center of mass? (assume same?)
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density of brass = 8.4 gr/cc
volume of transmitter = 1.1*1.2*95.9 = 126.6 cc
mass of transmitter = 126.6 * 8.4 = 1,063.3 gr
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shando

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Posted - 23 Mar 2012 :  17:24:08  Show Profile  Visit shando's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hmmm ... how did you post these pictures? Can any of us do it? I am still thinking about the content.
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Larry Burford

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Posted - 24 Mar 2012 :  10:37:52  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I am using the image storage sevice photobucket.com. (There are others.)

Create an account, set up a folder, and store your image.

To display it here, add the following to your post. I used a deliberate syntax error (closing square bracket in place of one of the opening square brackets in one of the img tags) in this example so that it will be processed here as text rather than as an image address.

optional Text
optional Text

]img] pathToTheFolderWithYourImage [/img]

optional Text
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