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May 23

Spall Liners for Military Vehicles

Spall liners for military vehicles protect soldiers from flying fragments (spall) of metal inside of the crew compartment. They’re made of energy-absorbing materials and can be fabricated into panels or blankets. Spall liners attach to the inside of a vehicle’s structural armor and line

May 23

Porsche Builds the One-Millionth 911

Porsche AG today resembles very little the company from 50 years ago. Instead of making just sports cars, the Volkswagen-owned operation makes a ton of money by selling SUVs—lots of SUVs which share platforms with Audi and VW models. They also sell a rather sporty and incredibly competent seda

May 23

Dynamically Changing Inductor Value In RLC AC Circuit

Hi, I have an RLC resonant circuit (in series). The inductor is a multi-turn coil which creates an excitation field. The AC sinusoidal signal is +/-12V and the frequency for the circuit is below 10k. I would like to add/drop coils to the circuit dynamically (add/drop another inductor in series). I

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