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Mar 01

How Do I Determine My Maximum Power Consumption?

Hi. I'm asking this because I'm not very well versed in Electrical Abbreviations, symbols and such. I want to buy a new Generator but I want to first figure out how much KVA Generator that I need. I have a Power and Energy Logger Machine (PEL 105) which I used to record the Power Consumption of my h

Mar 01

This or That: 1979 Chevy Camaro Z28 Versus 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am

This episode of This or That features a pair of icons from GM’s divisional rivals: a 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 versus a 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am. Both former Hemmings Muscle Machines feature cars, each were fitted with contemporary power, spoilers, stripes, and a firm suspension, most of

Mar 01

Axially-Twisted Springs

If you took a linear section of wire and twisted it and indeterminate amount of degrees about it's axis, then formed it into a conventional spring--would the tensile strength be greater, or would it tend to yield quicker under commensurate strain than a normal spring?

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