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I wouldn't be surprised if the brakes on a cable car had multiple contours. But, I don't see why brakes alone would be insufficient. The brakes are sufficient for stopping at traffic lights. If the …
answered Mar 23 '15 by Nick Alexeev
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In response to plate armor, a variety of anti-armor weapons and techniques have emerged. Different concepts were employed: Hammers and maces that can give a concussion without penetrating the armor …
answered Aug 14 '15 by Nick Alexeev
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×-form surfaces result in a shallower draft. ×-form surfaces are more convenient for landing on the floor. With +-form the bottom fin which stick down below the bottom of the vehicle. From what I …
answered Mar 26 '18 by Nick Alexeev
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I'm guessing that the pipe in the problem is a torus. I wonder if "centerline" would be a better word than "axis" in this case?
answered Jun 2 by Nick Alexeev
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The endoscope has pairs of cords running along the length, which are called angulation wires. The levers on the operator end pull the cords differentially, which makes the tip turn. ( Source; the a …
answered Nov 29 '16 by Nick Alexeev