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Part IV: The Whole Ball of Facts: Technical Skills in VS .NET
Part IV: The Whole Ball of Facts: Technical Skills
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You can decrease friction by using a lubricant Oil, grease, and similar materials reduce friction between two surfaces So, theoretically, if you oil the bottom of a piano, it s easier to move! Note: Oiling the bottom of your piano isn t recommended (for reasons involving the appearance of your floor and piano)
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Power is the rate of work If Mary Lou is able to lift more 50-pound sacks of potatoes onto the truck bed in ten minutes than Joe is, Mary Lou is more powerful than Joe Mathematically speaking:
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In this formula, work is measured in foot-pounds, time is measured in minutes, and power is measured in foot-pounds per minute However, the unit of measure for power is commonly put in terms of horsepower (hp) Horsepower is derived from the fact that an average horse can do 33,000 foot-pounds of work in one minute Therefore, 1 horsepower = 33,000 foot-pounds per minute One horsepower is also the same as 550 foot-pounds per second
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Pressure is a measurement of force Pressure is usually measured in pounds per square inch (psi) The formula for deriving pressure is
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Pressure = Force (in pounds) Area (in inches)
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If 50 pounds of force are exerted on 10 square inches of surface, the amount of pressure is 5 pounds per square inch (5 = 50 10) Consider this: If you re sleeping in bed, the amount of pressure being exerted per square inch is much less than when you re standing on your feet The surface area of the bottoms of your feet (supporting all that weight) is much less than the surface area of all your body parts that touch the mattress Ever wonder how a person can lie on a bed of nails The answer involves elementary physics His or her body rests evenly on hundreds of nails; therefore, no individual nail exerts a great amount of pressure against the skin Have you ever seen someone stand on a bed of nails It s unlikely because more pressure is on the foot, and the nails would puncture the feet A barometer is a gauge that measures atmospheric pressure Normally atmospheric pressure is 147 psi A change in air pressure means the weather is about to change For more information on science and barometric pressure, see 10
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Gravity is a force of nature that you experience every day It s produced by all matter in the universe and attracts all pieces of matter, regardless of type The Earth produces gravity and so do the sun, other planets, your car, your house, and your body Even this book you re reading produces gravity Check out the next couple of sections for a detailed discussion of gravity and how it works
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12: Mechanical Comprehension
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Sir Isaac Newton invented gravity in 1687 when he failed to pay attention while sitting under a tree and got bonked on the noggin by an apple Before that, gravity didn t exist, and everyone just floated around Okay, we re kidding Isaac Newton didn t invent gravity But the famous mathematician was the first to study gravity seriously, and he came up with the theory (now a scientific law) of how gravity works Newton s law of universal gravitation states that every object in the universe attracts every other object in the universe The amount (force) of the attraction depends on the mass of the object If you re sitting in front of your television, you may be surprised to know that the television set is attracting you However, because the mass of the TV is so small compared to the mass of the Earth, you don t notice the physical pull toward the television set The old saying, What goes up must come down, is appropriate when discussing gravity If you fire a bullet straight up into the air, it will travel (overcoming the force of gravity) until it reaches its furthest or highest point, and then it will fall So, what causes it to fall On Earth, gravity pulls objects downward toward the center of the Earth The force of gravity acting on an object is equal to the weight of the object Of course, this fact is only true on Earth Other planets have lesser or greater masses than the Earth, so the weight of objects on those planets will be different Newton s law also says that the greater the distance is between two objects, the less the objects will attract each other In other words, the farther away an object is from the Earth (or any large body), the less it will weigh If you stand at the top of a high mountain, you will weigh less than you will at sea level Don t get too excited about this weight-loss technique Gravitational pull isn t the next big diet craze The difference is incredibly small Sorry! For an object to really lose weight, it must be far away from the Earth (or any other large body) When an object is far enough away from these bodies that it experiences practically no gravitational pull from them, it is said to experience weightlessness just like the astronauts you see on TV
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