of us were given the following equipment: Ramp, foam block with weight, meter ruler, jack and stop-watch. * Firstly, we placed the Jack underneath the beginning line of the ramp in order to vary the height between the ramp and the ground. Then, the foam-block (with some weights) was at the end of the ramp. * The five different heights: 0.10m, 0.15m, 0.20m, 0.25m and 0.30m were chosen. * At each height, we placed the trolley at the top (start line) of the ramp and held it with the meter
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MOTIVATION PAPER Kenisha Harvey California College Psychology 101 26 April 2012 Carolyn Toth, MS Abstract In this paper, there will be a discussion on my short term and long term goals. Also discussed are the fears that I have in returning to college and what I will do to conquer these fears. Then the discussion will cover those for whom I thank for supporting me at this time for my educational goals.
Construction Methods and Materials Wall Finishes Basic Finish Materials Finishing can be considered as either interior finishing or exterior finishing, using materials that may include cladding, doors, windows, exterior trims, paint, and moldings. Exterior finishing may be extended to include sidewalks, patios, decks, parking areas and even the landscaping that compliments and completes the building. While interior finishing will include ceilings, walls, flooring and stairs, it will also include
Evaluate the types of construction for the superstructure of domestic houses [pic] Fig.1 External Walls Brick and Block The traditional, and still by far the most popular, method of construction for external walls is brick and block construction. This method has advanced over time from solid brick walls to cavity brick walls to the current method of brick and block insulated cavity walls to provide better thermal efficiency. This double leaf wall bears the load of the dwelling. The
the rubber block too hard with the set of tuning forks and to not drop the bucket full of water. Experimental Design: Equipment in this formal lab included a set of tuning forks, a PVC pipe, a rubber block, and a bucket filled with water. The procedure is as follows. First we need to record the ambient temperature of the room which was twenty-three degrees celsius. Next we needed to fill our bucket with water and then place the tube in the bucket with the starting end of the ruler on top. Once in the
them and finishing with averages of 5.1 points and 4.1 rebounds per game. On August 12, 1997 he and Duane Ferrell were traded to the Golden State Warriors for Chris Mullin. He spent the next seven years, primarily as the starting center, for the Warriors, hitting his peak production in 2003–04 with averages of 12.3 points, 12 rebounds and 1.85 blocks per game. However, some critics claimed that he stepped up his production because he was in a contract year, and indeed he was considered a top free-agent
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES 2 INTEGRATED DESIGN MUHAMAD NAZMI FITRI BIN ABD AZIZ 2014406812 INTEGRATED DESIGN Integrated design is a collaborative method for designing buildings which emphasizes the development of a holistic design. INTEGRATED DESIGN IMPROVES THE ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF BUILDINGS. The conventional definition of integrated design is that project team members from all disciplines work together early and often throughout the project design process. ORIGINS OF MODERN-DAY INTEGRATED
Superstructure Project Scenario: You are building a two storey house, the substructure is finished. The external wall consists of a brick outer leaf and a block inner leaf. The upper floor comprises of timber joists with T&G flooring boards. I will start off with the substructure it is finished so I can build the walls up as I build the blocks up on the inside then I leave the cavity then start building up the bricks which will be the outer leaf as we progress until we have the height of the second
Lightly sand the top and bottom of board to prep for paint and stain V. Paint and Stain A. Paint or Stain your board or leave it blank (roll on for smooth, clean look)(brush for lines in paint or stain) B. Clear Coat your board (Blank or Painted) to ensure look of your board VI. Hardware A. Cut truck mounts B. Apply grip tape (Clear Spray or Colored) C. Mount Trucks on truck mounts (Riser pads if needed) D. Mount Wheels and Bearings VII. Finishing Touches A.