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Mounting outdoors camera using aluminum 5052

I designed a simple U shape 2mm sheet metal bent mount for a 4kg outdoors CCTV camera. The mount was accidentally produced from 5052-H32 Aluminum instead of 6061-T6. Is...

Asked on 10/03/2021

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Torque Required for a stepper motor to rotate a socket wrench ratchet around an axis point

I'm trying to build a kinetic machine that rotates socket ratchet tools (e.g. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socket_wrench) to make a bunch of ratchet 'clicking' sounds for an art project. I'm...

Asked on 09/30/2021

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Is there any side effect to soft start an AC motor?

I have a ground to water heat pump for my home heating/cooling (scroll compressor). The 3-phase 15kW-peak motor can be soft started but this option is off by default. I'm...

Asked on 09/30/2021 by Kyle_the_hacker

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Designing a loaded voltage divider?

I was wondering how to design this circuit in depth, since I have no idea what to do....

Asked on 09/29/2021 by Mario Wario

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hoop stress on a thin glass window

A common problem with ultra-high vacuum viewport windows is that often the window material deforms, into a saddle or Pringles chip shape. . An engineer from a viewport ...

Asked on 09/29/2021

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Understanding required torque for a motor lifting a weight

This is a continuation of me trying to understand torque and stepper motors in my other question. I'm trying to understand the torque a motor would be required...

Asked on 09/28/2021

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Thrust distribution of engine

I am studying the thrust distribution of jet engines.But I'm now a bit confused. In Rolls-Royce's "The Jet Engine" book,...

Asked on 09/27/2021 by Jono

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Does lowering the ride height of a car 50 mm exactly lower the height of C.G by 50 mm?

Does lowering the ride height of a car $50 mm$ exactly lower the height of C.G. by $50 mm$ or is it higher?...

Asked on 09/26/2021 by Nerdforferraris

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What is the name used for this type of connectors?

I am trying to identify the following connector used in an outdoor lighting product. Dimensions are length of 30mm and diameter of approximately 8 mm. I have done several google...

Asked on 09/25/2021

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what means Probablity of event excedence of so many years

I like to know about occurrence of earthquake events when we say that earthquake of 0.5 g will occur in 50...

Asked on 09/05/2021 by Hussain Ahmad

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