Why Do My Disc Brakes Squeal When Wet?

My brakeset is Tektro Auriga 160mm front and rear, both of them squeal like a beaten pooch during rainy rides. It is caused by the particles of the pads trying to grip the rotors but because of the wet condition, some of the particles are unable to grip the rotors. Pretty much the same when you rub your wet finger on a stainless steel. It makes a "crieeek" sound and you can feel your finger like rubbing a rugged surface

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Electromagnetic accelerator in space

According to Newton, for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. As the magnets were applied to the craft, it would apply as much force on the accelerator. The accelerator would have to be very massive and/or have rocket engines to generally maintain position and maximize the force imparted on the spacecraft. Of course assembling such an accelerator would require many launches plus maintenance flights etc. The economic advantage in creating such a platform could be quite challenging


How does charge gather on both plates of the capacitor?

When current flows into a capacitor, the charges get "stuck" on the plates because they can't get past the empty space between the plates directly. Even if dielectric is present,there is gap between plates and dielectric (although very small). Electrons - negatively charged particles - are sucked into one of the plates, and it becomes overall negatively charged. The large mass of negative charges on one plate pushes away like charges on the other plate, making it positively charged


Can a tripod head be left always on, or should it be taken off when not in use?

I prefer three-segment tripods (which are longer collapsed than four segment tripods), so my tripod will not fit in carryon with the tripod head attached.For carryon, I take off the ball head and store it separately alongside the tripod, and also some lenses and cameras in soft cases.That all fits well into one medium sized duffel bag, it never violates size constraints and doesn't look like a ton of camera gear. It's quite heavy though to carry around


Are moons geologically active?

It's important to point out that geological activity on moons is not only common, but its at the core of modern space exploration. Because moon geological activity is often caused by tidal forces, the activity correlates with heat. Tidal forces create friction, which in turn creates heat. Moderate heat is an important part of creating an atmosphere and nurturing life. The moons Europa and Titan both are geologically active present the best chances for finding organic life in our solar system


Finding current and initial voltages of Inductor, capacitor and resistor

At $small t0$ the circuit comprises the series connection of: the C, with an initial voltage of $ small -16: V$ on the top plate relative to the bottom plate; a resistance of $small 8: kOmega$; the L with an initial current of $small 3: mA$ anticlockwise; and the $small 20 :V $ source.Let $small I $ be the anticlockwise current flowing from $small t0$, then derive the 2nd order differential equation in $small I$ and solve, taking the above initial conditions into account


What are these metallic plates found around Iceland?

This is a day and 5 years too late, but it seems to be a solar compass with markings as mentioned showing the directions of different landmarks.Problem is that it also has hours marked on the dial (including nighttime hours). But as it is currently configured couldn't possibly function as a sundial. If it was, the pin would need to be located at least a few inches north of the center of the dial, and this is clearly not the case


Why does Harry Potter put everything on his plate except peppermints in this passage?

I think another reason is it is supposed to show that despite his deprived upbringing, Harry's still capable of exercising restraint. Peppermint is a dessert, and it wrecks your palate if you try to eat anything after, so it is prudent of him to not take any.I think the scene is also indicative of how wizards do things in kind of a weird way compared to muggles. Muggles wouldn't put anything peppermint out with savory dinner things, but wizards do


How to protect a tribal deck from Extinction?

Given green's normal options, I would look at regeneration to protect against Extinction. The best anti-Extinction card I could find with a little searching was Wrap in Vigor that is mono green. If you could splash colors then Golgari Charm or Loxodon Hierarch look promising as well.

Of course green has lots of options for single creature regeneration. You could also look into cards that make your creatures indestructable. Shield of Kaldra or Darksteel Plate come to mind as possibilities.


Unbreakable microwave safe plates?

With those requirements I'd start looking at "camping dishware" usually meant for camping and/or RV's; preferably in a polycarbonate material. There's a line of products by GSI that are made with a polycarbonate resin. This is (for all intents and purposes) the same material that those indestructible camping water bottles and chambro food containers are made out of. There are loads of names for polycabonates, GSI calls it infinity. Here is the GSI infinity plate and the GSI infinity bowl


After Effects - Green Screen - Non keyed, overlapping areas make final result look bad

That's a tricky one. Here's one dirty solution I want to propose:Apply a second keyer for the red hue of the gym-mat. Now shrink your alpha just like you did with the greenscreen. Then, you could stitch together a patch for the mat (effectively a clean-plate of the mat without the legs). Next, track your footage, put the gym-mat-patch behind her legs and apply the tracked motion to the patch. This should give you equal matte-chokes across the legs


Partial differential equation: unexpected result from changing boundary region size

The problem is that NDSolve doesn't give the right answer when the boundary region is -40,40.Here is a code that makes it work (timing 30 seconds on Intel I7):Here are the curves :One can see that :

- the steady-state temperature is 20C higher in the case boundary-40,40.

- the thermal inertia is higher.Thermal profile on a line that cross the center (steady state) :If the plates were round, the curves would be exactly

the same, but translated.


Is there a way to get a spot color that's not in my Pantone book?

You can print any spot color you want. Not all spot colors have names, as you've discovered.In your files, a spot color simply tells the printer that "this is another color that we need to make a separate plate for". What ink goes on that plate can be anything. So if you have a custom color in mind, find a sample of it, take it to the printer, and they can try and match it for you on press


Can a sorcerer/war cleric wear plate and cast sorcerer spells?

To be able to cast spells in armor, you must be proficient with that armor. Class does not come into it.You must be proficient with the armor you are wearing to cast a spell. (PH p.201)A first level war cleric is proficient with heavy armor.

There are other restrictions regarding armor, such as strength requirements, or that a druid will not wear medium or heavy armor made of metal. But these restrictions are not directly related to spell casting


Potential lowering effect on a positively-charged plate

Your teacher is correct.The induced positive charges in parts of the plate near the block leave behind negative charges in parts of the plate far away from the block. The positive charges increase the potential of the plate and the left-behind negative charges decrease the potential of the plate. These two effects negate each other.From the plate's perspective, the polarized block can be treated as a small negative charge. This slightly decreases the electric potential inside of the plate


Is the sentence are you done your soup? proper English? duplicate

This appears to be Canadian. In Scotland, one would look at the chicken on your plate and say to you, "is that you?" ! :-)I have found at least two references to this expression on the web, the first one refers to an American asking why her Canadian girlfriend speaks this way. The second has an answer which asks if the speaker is Canadian (or nearby.) and


Cold is to Refrigerator as warm is to? closed

You use the word refrigerator in the title of your question. You also use the same word in the body of your question.If you really want something analogous ("Cold is to Refrigerator as warm is to?"), the answer would be oven:: a chamber used for baking, heating, or drying / Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. / Please take the pizza out of the oven. Like a refrigerator, an oven is also a kitchen appliancebut it serves exactly the opposite function.


Energy changes due increasing plate separation of unconnected charged capacitor

You need to do work when you want to seperate two plate. Assuming the area of plate is S and distance between the plates is d(also assume $Sgg d^2$). Then $Cfrac Sepsilon_0 d$ in vacuum.

The area charge density is $Q over S$ and it makes electric field.

$$Efrac Q2epsilon_0 S$$

So there is attractive force between the plates and you need to do work.

Difference between two calculation equals to the amount of work.


In Genesis 1:31, what does very good mean?

Very good ( ) seems to suggest that everything was made fit for its purpose, as you say. In Jer. 24;3, when Jeremiah describes some figs, he says the good figs are very good ( ), and the bad figs are very bad ( ). More importantly, those very bad figs, he says, you shall not eat of the evil ( ), but figs were among those trees God created good to eat ( ).

1 In other words, what is very evil is no longer fit for its purpose.Footnotes1 Gen. 2:9


The rule breaker, emissivity reflectivity 1

Based on the experiments you describe in the comments, it seems like you might very well have a reflectivity of 20-30% in your window, for the spectral region where your camera measure. The question is where you got the high emissivity numebers from. It seems likely that the problem is that you're assuming the emissivity and reflectivity is the same throughout the infrared region. The high emissivity might be for another part of the spectrum than where your camera measure


in the plate or on the plate

If a plate is has higher sides to it then it is a shallow bowl not a plate. As a Native English Speaker O have always said on the plate and in the bowl.

Agreed that if a person said they put their fork in his plate it would assume that it was into his food ..

If you said the fork was on the plate you would assume some sort of art work whereby the fork was embedded in the plate


Which current big Earth-based telescopes are equipped with adaptive optics?

In addition to the image quality issues, for large >4m telescopes, AO is almost an engineering requirement.To make the dome affordable, you have to make very fast optical systems, which lead to very large plate scales so to build reasonable sized instruments (especially spectrographs) you need to get the star image down to a small physical size, by keeping the angular size of the image small. The only way to do this is to reduce the degree of blurring.


Will ionization energy be affected by screening effect?

The metal plate is typically attached to a circuit which collects the ejected electrons making the system net neutral overall just with a current flowing. Also they are usually more easily ejected because the plate is at a potential attached to a battery. However, if the plate were suspended by an insulator in a vacuum and it continuously lost electrons then indeed each electron subsequently ejected will have less kinetic energy than the one preceding it by a tiny amount.


Framing around depressed area of floor: a good plan?

If the point of the bullnose is to cover untidy saw marks then all that should be needed is outside corner molding (which comes is several sizes). Also, since a joist is being cut, it should be replaced with sistered 2x10's (2x8's min.) and reinforced with metal joist hangars and corner braces.

Don't forget, the clock will be sitting on a new (lowered floor) which will also need to be supported. You'll have to create FJs for that, too

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Vehicle Registration Plates of Nicaragua
Nicaragua requires its residents to register their motor vehicles and display vehicle registration plates. Current plates are North American standard 6 × 12 inches (152 × 300 mm).• Other Related Knowledge ofvehicle registration— — — — — —Vehicle registration plates of ConnecticutThe U.S. state of Connecticut first required its residents to register their motor vehicles in 1903. Registrants provided their own license plates for display until 1905, when the state began to issue plates. Since then, Connecticut has used a variety of license plate designs, and has issued different designs for passenger, non-passenger, and, more recently, optional plate types that often require an additional fee. For most classes of vehicles, plates are issued in pairs, for the front and rear of the vehicle respectively. Plates were validated with metal date tabs from 1937 through 1963, then with plate stickers until 2006, and finally with windshield stickers until 2010. 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My Productivity Is Dropping Due to an Unresponsive Manager
One thing I would suggest is that busy people go from meeting to meeting, so set up a regularly scheduled meeting (at least weekly, possibly daily or every couple of days) with your boss to get all questions answered and to give project updates particularly on things that can't proceed without him. Take the action to send him the invite, don't wait for him to set it up.Follow up any verbal approvals from this meeting with an email stating that you received the approval on this date.Any actions you need him to take, do as far as possible and have ready for him to simply sign off on. So if you need him to purchase equipment, fill out the purchase order for him (or if you don't have rights in an application, provide him an electronic copy of exactly what he needs to have to fill in the form so all he has to do is cut and paste). If you need him to send an email, then send him a draft. What you are trying to do is save him time on anything you need him to do for you.Then come up with some suggested projects to work on when you have nothing else to do. This can include training yourself on something that may be needed in the future. Discuss those at your next meeting.I recently (four months ago) started working at a small company of 15 employees as a software developer for their IT system. I am essentially a one-man team; the only other person in the company who has even a slight technical knowledge of IT is my manager, who is responsible for assigning tasks to me.From the employer's point of view, they are happy - I was praised in a recent appraisal with nothing negative raised in relation to my performance. The issue I am having is that, understandably, my manager does not always have time for me. I am given a set of tasks to do, and either the tasks are completed relatively quickly or I require clarification on aspects of a project (normally due to my lack of knowledge of the business process at this stage). Most of the time this is not possible, as my manager is often in meetings or otherwise busy, and there is no one else who can advise on how to proceed.I am enjoying the job for the most part when there is work on my desk, but I am feeling more and more unproductive, which I worry could harm my long-term personal development, as well as the business as a whole. I have already spoken to my manager and he has acknowledged that I am currently being forced to spend a lot of time without work to do due to his schedule, but it doesn't seem like anything is being done to rectify the problem.Emails can be left unanswered for weeks and I feel almost like I'm intruding if I send another, or remind my boss in person that I would need some feedback in order for the feature to be completed before the planned release date. So far it's never gotten to the point where a feature release has had to be delayed, but at this rate it's just a matter of time.Is there anything I can do to try and improve things further? Is it a good idea to continue pressing for a response?·OTHER ANSWER:I recently (four months ago) started working at a small company of 15 employees as a software developer for their IT system. I am essentially a one-man team; the only other person in the company who has even a slight technical knowledge of IT is my manager, who is responsible for assigning tasks to me.From the employer's point of view, they are happy - I was praised in a recent appraisal with nothing negative raised in relation to my performance. The issue I am having is that, understandably, my manager does not always have time for me. I am given a set of tasks to do, and either the tasks are completed relatively quickly or I require clarification on aspects of a project (normally due to my lack of knowledge of the business process at this stage). Most of the time this is not possible, as my manager is often in meetings or otherwise busy, and there is no one else who can advise on how to proceed.I am enjoying the job for the most part when there is work on my desk, but I am feeling more and more unproductive, which I worry could harm my long-term personal development, as well as the business as a whole. I have already spoken to my manager and he has acknowledged that I am currently being forced to spend a lot of time without work to do due to his schedule, but it doesn't seem like anything is being done to rectify the problem.Emails can be left unanswered for weeks and I feel almost like I'm intruding if I send another, or remind my boss in person that I would need some feedback in order for the feature to be completed before the planned release date. So far it's never gotten to the point where a feature release has had to be delayed, but at this rate it's just a matter of time.Is there anything I can do to try and improve things further? Is it a good idea to continue pressing for a response?
Another Science Question? Plates Colliding?
Convergence!1. Generate me some appropriate license plates!Ungolfed:If anyone has ideas to golf it further, let me know, I am interested. If you want further explanation of part of the code, leave a comment and I would be happy to explain more too2. Why is a square meal served on round plates?lol it means a full meal not a square shaped meal like u get good nutrition outa it3. how many employees are needed to run a standard Chili's restaurant?Well a Chili's type restaurant usually has seating for about 150 or so, and can expect to turn the dining room over 4 or 5 times a night on a busy Friday with good weather. You will probably want 10 servers just to handle that, as well as 2 or 3 bus bays to clear and clean tables quickly. Add to that 2 or 3 utility guys/dishwashers so you do not run out of plates halfway through service. You will probably need 2 or 3 bartenders too, as I believe most of these type restaurants serve alcohol and having designated bartenders frees up your servers and saves time. Also, you can get around any "need to be 21 to prepare cocktails" type laws in your state, if you bartenders make the drinks and serve them. (Applebees uses this trick). In the kitchen, it all depends on the skill of the cooks. My kitchen can handle that many with just 3 or 4 people, but we are all classically trained chefs. in this casual dinig chain, you are more likely to be stuck working with kids just out of high-school, trying to pay for college, so you will probably need more. However, a lot of these chains use pre-cooked food and merely heat it to order, we make everything fresh. You will also need to schedule 2 managers a night, one to keep an eye on the dining room, and one to keep an eye on the kitchen. So what, that adds up to about 25 people, in 4 specialties plus 2 managers? Of course all of this is just a rounded number, since the actual staff you hire will depend on the size of your restaurant, how many the fire code in your area will let you hire and keep a full dining room, how much business you actually do, and, since Chili's is a franchise, how many the franchisers say you need. There's almost always rules about this in you franchise agreement.4. Settle a debate...paper plates or dish plates?Styrofoam plates are firmer and do not bend so much but they will crack at the edge if you do not support the middle bottom with at heavy load, plus if you re-heat in a microwave the food can melt the surface of the plate. Wash a few dishes!5. What are some of Spain/España's famous plates or what kind of drink/plates are they known for?Seafood is very popular in Spain6. Does Earth have 2 or 4 plates?it has 127. What use are old license plates?Garage decorations, house decorations, you could attach the to a wooden bench, or even to atree house8. Describe how tectonic plates move?Magnets. They move because of MAGNETS!9. I'm starting to think that it is more environmentally sound to use paper plates than to wash plates.?I think that it's better to wash plates, but not using a dishwasher because that uses up so much electricity. With china plates, you reuse them and that is just as important as recycling10. Are there LEGO plates without the word "LEGO” on the studs?There are a (very) few official Lego elements that do not have the logo stamped on the studs. the new 1x1 dots for example, have a hole through the center, and as a result do not have the Logo. In a similar vein, there are a few window frames that had similar indented studs that have no Logo. An overwhelming majority of Lego parts have the Lego logo stamped somewhere on the piece though, often in some unobtrusive spot. While there are elements that have no official branding on them at all, they are rare11. Subduction Zones and oceanic/continental plates?(C) The oceanic plate is cooler and denser because it has a different original magma chemistry. The continental crust will override, the oceanic plate will subduct, and you will end up with a deep sea trench on the wet-side, and a volcanic mountain range on the dry-side
My 18th Birthday Party Is in November?
I would think of a theme, like a black and white party. In your invitations tell everyone to wear only black or white. Then I would decorate with some black and white ballons, maybe come up with your own custom drink (non-alcoholic of course). I would defintely hire a DJ and serve fun, bite sized foods. Keep it simple, maybe finger sandwiches, soda, chips, cupcakes. Invite a lot of people, buy a cute dress and dance the night away! Black and white napkins, plates, and cups would be cute too!.1. Are LED scrollng license plates legal in Missouri?yes its illegal while driving but if your parked in a parking lot or something..you can have it on2. What happens when plates separate?When plates separate over land (Divergent Plate Boundary - Continental) : As the two plates pull apart, normal faults develop on both sides of the rift and the central blocks slide downwards. Earthquakes occur as a result of this fracturing and movement. Early in the rift-forming process, streams and rivers will flow into the sinking rift valley to form a long linear lake. As the rift grows deeper it might drop below sea level allowing ocean waters to flow in. This will produce a narrow, shallow sea within the rift. This rift can then grow deeper and wider. If rifting continues a new ocean basin could be produced. The East Africa Rift Valley is a classic example of this type of plate boundary. When Plates separate over water (Divergent Plate Boundary - Oceanic) : When a divergent boundary occurs beneath oceanic lithosphere, the rising convection current below lifts the lithosphere producing a mid-ocean ridge. Extensional forces stretch the lithosphere and produce a deep fissure. When the fissure opens, pressure is reduced on the super-heated mantle material below. It responds by melting and the new magma flows into the fissure. The magma then solidifies and the process repeats itself. And new oceanic crust is created. The Mid-Atlantic Ridge is a classic example of this type of plate boundary.3. Are Corelle plates really "unbreakable"?This Site Might Help You. RE: Are Corelle plates really "unbreakable"?4. I need personalized plates?ram/viper5. Have any Mad Hatter Wedding Shower Ideas?i like the cake as a hat idea and you could also hand out bubble containers in the shape of the "drink me" bottle...invitations with alice and wonderland theme, plates, napkins, tablecloths, and you could even go to the extreme with a pinata that's alice...lol hope this helps and congrats :)6. How much do the plates in Crossfit weigh?The plates in the pictures are competition bumpers from Rogue Fitness.Women use 15kg bars and Men use 20 kg bars, and again, everything for the Games is supplied by Rogue. If you want to compare yourself to Games athletes, here are the stats for the top 3 women and men from the 2014 Crossfit Games.Camille Leblanc Bazinet Annie Thorisdottir Julie FoucherRich Froning Matt Fraser Jason KhalipaEDIT : Ha! I just now realized this question was asked years ago. My bad.7. Saddle name plates?!?!?!?you do not have to take it off of your saddle in shows but the name on the back could either be your first and last name or your last name bbut not your horses name incase you get a different horse which i can guarantee8. How many types of plates are there in Earth, and what are they?they are 1) divergent plate 2) convergent plate 3) transformal plateDivergent plate - almost all the Earth's new crust forms at divergent boundaries, but most are not known because they lie deep under the oceans. these are zones where two plates move away from each other, allowing magma from the mantle to rise up and make a new crust. divergent boundaries are where the plates move apart. seafloor spreading is a process in which the magma creates new land underwater and this process takes millions of years to form a ten foot hill cause the growth ranges from two-ten centimeters per year. the magma is buoyant and create more ridges and an example of this is Mid-Atlantic Ridge.Convergent plate - convergent is collision of two plates. a collision of a less dense continental plate with a more denser oceanic plate collides with a more continental plate and the ocean plate goes under the continental plate. this takes a great deal of energy and results in the melting the continental crust, volcanism occurs. the kinds of volcanoes which can occur depends on the chemical composition of the magma which decides its viscosity and there are three different types of flow, one is Basaltic is when it it makes lava plains or shield volcanoes, Andesite is when it makes strato-volcanoes, Dacite or rhyolite is when it makes a crater such as St. Helens. Transformal plate - here two plates slide by one another in opposite directions. the San Andreas Fault is the most well-known (and most deadly) translational interface. the two plates slide by one another along a large scale fault. since these are two large pieces of rock, there is a great deal of frictional coupling that occurs. sometimes the plates get locked in some local region and great deal of strain energy is stored in that region. eventually, the strain energy builds up to the point where it is suddenly released which creates a large scale earthquake. in a transverse wave the particle displacement is perpendicular to the direction of wave propagation. one-dimensional transverse plain wave propagating from left to right. the particles do not move along with the wave; they simply oscillate up and down about their individual position as the wave passes by. com) you can search this site for more information and illustrative, animated drawings for wider understanding and knowledge. type Plate Tectonics and/or 3 Types of Plate Boundaries. thank you for your question, i am learning myself from answers to this information. How many types of plates are there in Earth, and what are they?
At What Age Do the Skull Plates of the Head Fully Fused?
Research on cranial suture closure shows that the ages are highly variable, though typically in the 20s. Endocranial sutures (those seen inside the cranium) are more often used and it generally follows: - if all sutures are completely open, the individual is less than 36 and usually less than 27. - if all sutures are completely closed, the individual is 26 or older. Approx. ages used are about 22-23 years for the sagittal suture, 24 for the coronal suture and 26 for the lambdoid suture. But again, this varies.1. Isn't it weird John Kerry was a Skull and Bones member?Yes and that is just the start of his weirdness. Everything about that guy is completely fake. John Kerry is one of the most obviously Illuminati connected people in U. S. politics. He is ruled over by seven demons.2. did you see Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull? what did you think about it?properly I to have watched Indiana Jones quite a few situations so think of I shall watch the communicate and then pay attention to the spin the all knowledgeably newscaster's tell me i am incapable of know-how.continuously puzzled why those great smart information human beings are not coaching in a college instead of telling us working stiffs we purely heard3. Xbox Halo 3 Iron skull on normal difficulty i cant find it like i follow where the videos tell me to go?ok start by not sucking at life i mean if ur watching a video that tells u what to do and u can not do it you my friend are dumb4. How to clean deer skull for mounting at home?If you put it in a box, you should try to find some dermestid beetles. You might be able to find a school or taxidermist that might let you have some. For European mounts, I bury the deer head in the yard with the antlers sticking out. I cover the antlers with buckets, tubs, or trash cans to keep mice and such from eating the antlers. I usually bury them in December and dig them up in April. I made the mistake of digging one up in March. With warmer weather, it should not take as long. Do not dig it up too early. Then I just bleach or air brush the skull5. how do you make skull candy headphones stay in your ears?Make the inserts slightly sticky with a skin-friendly substance like a little honey. (Just a tiny layer). Then stay away from bees. LOL! The guy who suggested using the larger inserts is probably right - and the ear buds will probably sound fuller that way. If they are being pulled out due to the weight of the cord you can use a safety pin to clip it your shirt where the "Y" comes together. This will cut the weight of the cord in half and they wo not pull out so easily. Skull Candy ear buds are awesome - well worth every penny!6. How do I get at a squirrel's skull?Squirrel Skull7. what do you think of the Policeman that broke the skull of that Iraq war vet at the Oakland Occupy Wall Street?The prisons are full of veterans. I can speak because I am a vet. I get tired of hearing about this kind of thing because understand, not all vets are heros8. Why does my 8 week old puppy have a dent/hole on the top of his skull? Is that normal?If he's only 8 week's old his skull is still forming. When a puppy is born their skull is soft and made out of something called Hyaline Cartilage. It's really soft and eventually Ossifies into solid bone. Since it's malleable at an early age any pressure put on it would change the shape. Your dog will be fine. The dent will smooth out. This happens with humans too. Look up cone head baby.9. get me spinning gold skull on mw2 for ps3?u have to get a 15 minute long nuke hack for the spinning skull. hope to hear from u10. What does it mean to see a woman in black, with black hair, and a skull for a face in my dream?Sounds like a classic example of the Shadow archetype manifesting itself. I am not qualified to expand beyond that, but I can give you some websites to explore it further
Why are we so Obsessed with Plates?
I would say use a mineralized protein fiber matrix in a Bouligandpattern similar to that of crustaceans with particularly hard claws. It wouldn't necessarily have to look like crab shell to benefit from it's structure and engineering. It likely wouldn't deflect bullets though, so much as be ablative. It wouldn't let the first one or two shots through any one plate and would fracture and chip to dissipate the kinetic energy. This would still generate enormous amounts of pain and could still potentially damage internal organs but wold not likely lead to fatalities unless the same plate was hit consecutively. Then you could have the person molt periodically to replace cracked plates for new ones.That said, the Mineralization of the shell would weigh heavily on the frame of the person. This structure is extremely hard but it would also make it dense and therefore heavy. The outer surface would be much denser than the inner surface as the inner surface should be more concerned with kinetic and thermal dissipation. It would have a greater density of pores and may even have capillaries to help dissipate heat. You could make more of the shell with the mineralized proteins but the more you do the denser the shell and the heavier the person will be and heat and kinetic dissipation become an issue.I've been curious about writing about a very durable exoskeleton humanoid species, but I have wondered about how the extra weight of a thick exoskeleton would affect their height.I do not see them as 'prawn like' insect-like creatures (like from District 9). Instead, the prehistoric armored fish would be a closer relative for the general make up of their thickly armored exoskeleton while retaining bipedal mobility.The main idea is their exoskeleton is some sort of ultra-dense variation of our bone material, thickness tbd, maybe 5-10mm, and effective armor against any bladed weapon and many pistol and submachine gun rounds.Side Question:The skeleton a human male weighing 200 lbs is supposed to be about 15% of that body weight, or 30 lbs...your skin is supposed to weigh another 15% or so, so another 30 lbs, that would leave 140lbs of guts for a 200 lb endoskeleton male. Anyone have any good guesses of what an 8mm thick complete human exoskeleton would weigh on top of the 140 lbs of guts?Thanks!
Know Anything About How the Steel Plates Were Riveted Onto Titanic?
The plates were plotted out by draftsmen on paper. These drawings were then scaled upward and drawn on a large floor in chalk. Flat plates would be cut to fit these outlines. Specially trained craftsmen would use huge oversized hydraulic presses to bend the plates at the right places. It took a lot of skill to do this right. The plates were kept from cracking by bending only a little at a time, relaxing it, bending a little more, relaxing... Holes for the rivets would be drilled along the edges at predetermined points. Then the finished plated would be lifted onto a truck and driven out to the ship. Once there a large crane would lift the plate into position from above. Men would push the plate up against the side of the ship where holes already drilled into the frames would line up with those on the plate. It was all precision work - and done with slide rules, not computers! A red hot rivet - shaped a lot like a mushroom - would be placed through the holes from the inside until it poked through to the outside. Someone on the inside would lean an iron mallet against the inside of the rivet while men took turns hammering the outside into another mushroom shape. This action pulled the plate together. Once the rivet was flattened it cooled and contracted, pulling the plate together even more. The edges were then caulked. It was demanding, back breaking, precision work. My hat's off to them!1. beanies with holes on top?It is a cost cutting measure,and additional savings by losing the pom pom2. I just got a used front load washer and it really stinks inside. How do i get that smell out of it.?The biggest mistake you can make is running the washer after putting bleach, baking soda, vinigar, fabric sofner, etc. into the machine, because it will wash out and accomplish nothing. This is the absolute solution: Take a plastic baggie and put in some baking soda and lightly soak it with vinegar. punch a lot of holes in the baggie and then seal it and place in the machine. Sprinkle some baking soda inside the machine, spritz some vinigar inside the machine, and let it sit overnight. The next day put the mchine through a wash, remove the plastic bag and you have no more odors.3. How to tests a popsicle bridge?Put the ends of the bridge on supports at the right distance apart. Between two desks would be good. You will need some weights. If you do not have any, you could use a light plastic bottle and gradually fill it with water. You need something wide like ribbon. Put this across the bridge at the centre and let the ends hang down at the sides.. Just putting string across the bridge might cut through it and make it fail too soon. Make holes in the ribbon at the ends and attach the weight here with string. Load up the bridge. This may destroy it, so watch it carefully so you do not overload it. Any sign of it twisting means it might break with more weight. Weigh the weights on the bridge and weigh the bridge.4. What is YOUR opinion on wormholes, black holes/ white holes, and us using these as transportation?a white hollow is something which probably wo not be able to exist interior the actual universe. a white hollow will take place on your arithmetic in case you come across the gap-time around a black hollow with out alongside with the movie star which made the black hollow (ie. there is rather no remember interior the answer). as quickly as you upload any remember to the gap-time, the section which secure a white hollow disappears. A black hollow is a concentration of mass super adequate that the stress of gravity prevents something from escaping from it different than by way of quantum tunneling habit. The gravitational field is so good that the escape speed close to it exceeds the fee of light. this suggests that no longer something, no longer even easy, can escape its gravity, for this reason the be conscious "black." The term "black hollow" is prevalent, in spite of the fact that it would not examine with a hollow interior the extensive-unfold sense, yet extremely a area of area from which no longer something can return. Theoretically, black holes could have any length, from microscopic to close to the size of the observable universe. In 1963, Roy Kerr devised the nicely-cherished Kerr answer to Einstein's equations, a extra life like description of black holes than the unique Schwarzschild answer. Kerr assumed the movie star that could variety the black hollow to be rotating and located that it would not finally crumple to a factor, yet extremely to a hoop. whilst drawing close the journey from the area, gravity and spacetime curvature are the two nonetheless infinite, so remember is lower back unavoidably destroyed. even though, traveling during the hoop might bring about super yet finite gravity. An merchandise that does so and avoids being overwhelmed by way of the nonetheless-ambitious gravity can enter the Einstein-Rosen bridge and benefit get entry to to the mirror universe
Chain with Master Link / Quick Connect Link Doesn't Clear Rear Derailleur
That chain connector is not only for single speed, but I believe it is for 1/8" chains as well, so you may have a track chain, which is not meant for multi-speed drivetrains.If it's not an 1/8" chain, and is instead a 3/32" chain, and your drive train is 8 speed or less, you can just replace the master link and you should be good to go. The master links only cost a few dollars so it can be a lot cheaper than swapping out the whole chain.Master links for multi speed chains look more like this:Or, if you have a chain tool, you could just remove a full link from the chain, skip the whole master link business entirely and ride today and let future Leeroy deal with it. Being short one link shouldn't be very problematic. This is also the only option if you have a 1/8" chain as mentioned above, and don't want to replace it.Bought a chain with a master link (packaging said quick connect link), it looks just like this:This bit however won't fit cleanly through my derailleur, it snags on the wall right as it goes onto the first jockey wheel:First off I tried adding a washer to widen the clearance between the derailleur plates. This helped a little but I can't add any more washers because the screws ain't long enough.I've tried reversing the direction of the master-link plate, won't work because it hits the cogs. I've also adjusted the high and low screws of the derailleur, to no avail.I'm afraid that if I try to file down the pin it will make the chain more prone to failure.Wouldn't it be better to bend the derailleur plate out of the way somehow?Am I missing something here, did I install something inappropriately or pick a wrong part?EDIT: The packaging of the chain says 1/2 x 1/8 / 114L, suits most geared bicycles :D·OTHER ANSWER:Bought a chain with a master link (packaging said quick connect link), it looks just like this:This bit however won't fit cleanly through my derailleur, it snags on the wall right as it goes onto the first jockey wheel:First off I tried adding a washer to widen the clearance between the derailleur plates. This helped a little but I can't add any more washers because the screws ain't long enough.I've tried reversing the direction of the master-link plate, won't work because it hits the cogs. I've also adjusted the high and low screws of the derailleur, to no avail.I'm afraid that if I try to file down the pin it will make the chain more prone to failure.Wouldn't it be better to bend the derailleur plate out of the way somehow?Am I missing something here, did I install something inappropriately or pick a wrong part?EDIT: The packaging of the chain says 1/2 x 1/8 / 114L, suits most geared bicycles :D
How Would I Paint Cast Iron Weight Plates?
to bathe glass and mirrors. For some reason it wo not streak. additionally to paper practice pets, to wrap up glass and fragile products for shifting, to kindle a hearth in a hearth or wood range, to line the backside of a poultry cage. there is lots which could be executed with newspaper besides merely examining it1. What to do to cast iron when it begins to rust.?re season it2. What are the benefits of using a cast iron skillet?The food absorbs some of the iron which is good for your body. After it is well-seasoned, a cast-iron skillet is as good as any Teflon pan.3. Does beef/pork stew require a dutch oven?It can. There's nothing wrong with braising or stewing with a stainless steel pot. Just know that if you brown your meat before stewing it, it will cook faster in a stainless steel pot than in a cast iron or enameled cast iron pot, because cast iron retains heat well and conducts it evenly. So be careful not to over-brown your meaty bits. Sometimes, braising on the stovetop is desirable, especially if you want to further reduce your liquid. When we cook in our commercial kitchen, half the time we braise in the oven with our enamel-ware, the other half we do in a stainless steel stockpot on the stove4. How do I remove rust from a cast iron pan?coat it in cooking oil, let it sit for a week, then wipe it clean if its still there, try it again5. Does anybody own a cast iron "pizza stone"?I have a Pizza Stone...but it is not Cast Iron6. Is there something you can put on cast iron to keep it from rusting?if you can, heat the iron up with torch (or even put it on a bed of coals or a big bbq grill) when its hot rub it down with parrifin wax or beeswax. this is the ols timers way of preserving iron and will leave a nice shiny black finish....especially if you do it two or three times.7. What can I use to disinfect a wet area of a crawlspace basement?Cast iron does rust away with time so older lines are very prone to this problem. You can get a sleeve that will fit over the pipe to stop the leak, or better yet, just replace the line to prevent future pin holes8. Is Cast iron safe to cook with?Yes it is safe to cook with and you get better flavor when you do not wash it! Just wipe it clean with a wet paper towel. You should rent "Meet the Fokkers". Someone is complimenting the Dustin Hoffman character (Mr. Fokker) on his fritattas, and he said, "I never wash the pan!" and you think he's joking, but for those "in the know", we know that's entirely true!9. what is steel made of?Steel is an alloy consisting mostly of iron, with a carbon content between 0.2 and 1.7 or 2.04% by weight (C:1000-10,8.67Fe), depending on grade. Carbon is the most cost-effective alloying material for iron, but various other alloying elements are used such as manganese, chromium, vanadium, and tungsten. Carbon and other elements act as a hardening agent, preventing dislocations in the iron atom crystal lattice from sliding past one another. Varying the amount of alloying elements and form of their presence in the steel (solute elements, precipitated phase) controls qualities such as the hardness, ductility and tensile strength of the resulting steel. Steel with increased carbon content can be made harder and stronger than iron, but is also more brittle. The maximum solubility of carbon in iron (in austenite region) is 2.14% by weight, occurring at 1149 C; higher concentrations of carbon or lower temperatures will produce cementite. Alloys with higher carbon content than this are known as cast iron because of their lower melting point. Steel is also to be distinguished from wrought iron containing only a very small amount of other elements, but containing 1-3% by weight of slag in the form of particles elongated in one direction, giving the iron a characteristic grain. It is more rust-resistant than steel and welds more easily. It is common today to talk about 'the iron and steel industry' as if it were a single entity, but historically they were separate products. Though steel had been produced by various inefficient methods long before the Renaissance, its use became more common after more efficient production methods were devised in the 17th century. With the invention of the Bessemer process in the mid-19th century, steel became a relatively inexpensive mass-produced good. Further refinements in the process, such as basic oxygen steelmaking, further lowered the cost of production while increasing the quality of the metal. Today, steel is one of the most common materials in the world and is a major component in buildings, tools, automobiles, and appliances. Modern steel is generally identified by various grades of steel defined by various standards organizations Material properties Iron, like most metals, is not usually found in the Earth's crust in an elemental state. Iron can be found in the crust only in combination with oxygen or sulfur. Typical iron-containing minerals include Fe2O3-the form of iron oxide found as the mineral hematite, and FeS2-pyrite (fool's gold). Iron is extracted from ore by removing the oxygen by combining it with a preferred chemical partner such as carbon. This process, known as smelting, was first applied to metals with lower melting points. Copper melts at just over 1000 C, while tin melts around 250 C. Cast iron-iron alloyed with greater than 1.7% carbon-melts at around 1370 C. All of these temperatures could be reached with ancient methods that have been used for at least 6000 years (since the Bronze Age). Since the oxidation rate itself increases rapidly beyond 800 C, it is important that smelting take place in a low-oxygen environment. Unlike copper and tin, liquid iron dissolves carbon quite readily, so that smelting results in an alloy containing too much carbon to be called steel. Even in the narrow range of concentrations that make up steel, mixtures of carbon and iron can form into a number of different structures, with very different properties; understanding these is essential to making quality steel. At room temperature, the most stable form of iron is the body-centered cubic (BCC) structure ferrite or -iron, a fairly soft metallic material that can dissolve only a small concentration of carbon (no more than 0.021 wt% at 910 C). Above 910 C ferrite undergoes a phase transition from body-centered cubic to a face-centered cubic (FCC) structure, called austenite or -iron, which is similarly soft and metallic but can dissolve considerably more carbon (as much as 2.03 wt% carbon at 1154 C). As carbon-rich austenite cools, the mixture attempts to revert to the ferrite phase, resulting in an excess of carbon. One way for carbon to leave the austenite is for cementite to precipitate out of the mix, leaving behind iron that is pure enough to take the form of ferrite, resulting in a cementite-ferrite mixture. Cementite is a stoichiometric phase with the chemical formula of Fe3C. Cementite forms in regions of higher carbon content while other areas revert to ferrite around it. Self-reinforcing patterns often emerge during this process, leading to a patterned layering known as pearlite (Fe3C:6.33Fe) due to its pearl-like appearance, or the similar but less beautiful bainite. Iron-carbon phase diagram, showing the conditions necessary to form different phases.Perhaps the most important polymorphic form is martensite, a chemically metastable substance with about four to five times the strength of ferrite. A minimum of 0.4 wt% of carbon (C:50Fe) is needed to form martensite. When austenite is quenched to form martensite, the carbon is "frozen" in place when the cell structure changes from FCC to BCC. The carbon atoms are much too large to fit in the interstitial vacancies and thus distort the cell structure into a body-centered tetragonal (BCT) structure. Martensite and austenite have an identical chemical composition. As such, it requires extremely little thermal activation energy to form. The heat treatment process for most steels involves heating the alloy until austenite forms, then quenching the hot metal in water or oil, cooling it so rapidly that the transformation to ferrite or pearlite does not have time to take place. The transformation into martensite, by contrast, occurs almost immediately, due to a lower activation energy. Martensite has a lower density than austenite, so that transformation between them results in a change of volume. In this case, expansion occurs. Internal stresses from this expansion generally take the form of compression on the crystals of martensite and tension on the remaining ferrite, with a fair amount of shear on both constituents. If quenching is done improperly, these internal stresses can cause a part to shatter as it cools; at the very least, they cause internal work hardening and other microscopic imperfections. It is common for quench cracks to form when water quenched, although they may not always be visible. Iron ore pellets for the production of steel.At this point, if the carbon content is high enough to produce a significant concentration of martensite, the result is an extremely hard but very brittle material. Often, steel undergoes further heat treatment at a lower temperature to destroy some of the martensite (by allowing enough time for cementite etc. to form) and help settle the internal stresses and defects. This softens the steel, producing a more ductile and fracture-resistant metal. Because time is so critical to the end result, this process is known as tempering, which forms tempered steel. Other materials are often added to the iron/carbon mixture to tailor the resulting properties. Nickel and manganese in steel add to its tensile strength and make austenite more chemically stable, chromium increases hardness and melting temperature, and vanadium also increases hardness while reducing the effects of metal fatigue. Large amounts of chromium and nickel (often 18% and 8%, respectively) are added to stainless steel so that a hard oxide forms on the metal surface to inhibit corrosion. Tungsten interferes with the formation of cementite, allowing martensite to form with slower quench rates, resulting in high speed steel. On the other hand sulfur, nitrogen, and phosphorus make steel more brittle, so these commonly found elements must be removed from the ore during processing. When iron is smelted from its ore by commercial processes, it contains more carbon than is desirable. To become steel, it must be melted and reprocessed to remove the correct amount of carbon, at which point other elements can be added. Once this liquid is cast into ingots, it usually must be "worked" at high temperature to remove any cracks or poorly mixed regions from the solidification process, and to produce shapes such as plate, sheet, wire, etc. It is then heat-treated to produce a desirable crystal structure, and often "cold worked" to produce the final shape. In modern steel making these processes are often combined, with ore going in one end of the assembly line and finished steel coming out the other. These can be streamlined by a deft control of the interaction between work hardening and tempering.
Are Corelle Plates Really "unbreakable"?
Are Corelle plates really "unbreakable"?Unbreakable Dishes— — — — — —My motorcycle stalls at red light? ):?It helps to understand what is happening as you release your clutch. A clutch is made up of several plates of two different materials, when the clutch lever is pulled in these plates are held apart and the drive from the engine is not transferred, as you release it the plates gradually touch (the friction point) and finally fully engage passing the drive from the engine to the drive sprocket. If you release too quickly with the revs in the optimum range the engine encounters too much resistance and will stall, if your revs are too low and you release smoothly the same will happen. Releasing the clutch smoothly with the revs too high your bike will leap forward (this will probably cause you to apply the clutch again or release the throttle stalling again. So what you have to do is feel for the friction point as you release the clutch, at the same time increasing the revs finding that balance point that allows you to pull away smoothly. It takes practice, go to a deserted road or parking area and try to feel the point where the clutch plates start to mesh at the same time increasing the revs by a small amount. Further tip - novices often look at the few feet in front of the wheel, look as far as you can down the road, scan side to side, be aware of what is behind you.— — — — — —Are tectonic plates always moving?Tectonic plate movement is the response of the upper brittle crust, that is just a thin veneer, to the gigantic motions of the underlying ductile mantle. The rocks of the mantle behave differently due to heat and pressure, and are believed to be in a continuous convective motion as part of the distribution of the heat of the core outward.The plates being brittle resist motion until the inexorable force of movement of the mantle forces it to break and jump. The plates are always moving when taking the long view, but that movement consists of a series of discontinuous lurches which can be a series of small creeps or gigantic earthquakes— — — — — —Buying a car- A private party car seller wants to keep the plates, how do I drive this car legally? (in texas)Answer from a Texas licensed Insurance Agent The private seller is very wise. In Texas all you do is go to the DMV,pay your registration fees and register your vehicle purchase, No need for Temporary Tags, They will give you "Permanent" Tags before you walk out the door so long as you have the required proof of purchase. Some states actually require that a license plate be removed from a vehicle when it is sold. This is to make sure you properly register the vehicle in your name and get your own plates. Unfortunately some states such as Texas still allow the plate to remain on the sold vehicle. This is why Texas has so many accidents and tickets issued where the driver is never found. It is quite common in Texas for people to buy a car and then drive it around for years still in the previous owners name. I once had 6 police officers in 3 squad cars in my front yard banging on my door at 3:00 am with all weapons drawn looking for the owner of a car that I had sold 2 years prior. The buyer never changed the registration into his name and had even resold it with the same plates. Apparently someone had committed a Felony using the car. I learned my lesson, after this I will always remove the plates when selling a car. That way the Buyer is forced to register the vehicle and get his own plates— — — — — —what is wrong with my 1988 kx80?All early KX's are known to have "soft" clutch baskets. The clutch plates are much harder than the clutch basket. This causes grooves to be worn into the clutch basket. This causes the clutch to get stiff or even refuse to engage. It will also sometimes get stuck on release causing the bike to act like you dumped the clutch. You have two options. 1. Buy a new clutch basket if it is worn. When you take the clutch back apart, check the inside edges of the clutch basket (the part where the plates slide up and down on). If you see and/or feel grooves, your clutch basket is shot. 2. Your second option is a temporary fix and will end up damaging your entire clutch with it. You can use a Dremel tool with a sand paper tip to smooth out the grooves. I have done this in the past when I could not afford to purchase a new basket and needed to safe up the money.
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