MadSci Search Results for Arnold Anderson

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1. Physics: Re: could you explain what exactly causes friction?, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Thu Nov 30 12:24:40 2000
2. Engineering: Re: Calculation of variation in kinetic friction of wheel bearings, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Wed Aug 30 23:59:05 2000
3. Physics: Re: why do drinking glasses slide across the counter when they're wet?, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Wed Mar 8 14:43:19 2000
4. Physics: Re: Can some brakes stop a car faster than others ?, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Tue Apr 18 22:34:52 2000
5. Physics: Re: Do tires skid easier at high speed or low speed?, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Thu Nov 9 20:24:32 2000
6. Physics: Re: How do Wheels reduce friction?, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Wed Jan 12 22:57:57 2000
7. Physics: Re: I thought friction was friction. Are there varieties?, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Tue Feb 20 11:05:39 2001
8. Engineering: Re: Will bigger brakes stop an ABS-equipped car in shorter distance?, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Wed Jun 7 23:56:01 2000
9. Engineering: Re: What is a good test procedure to determine the best tire pressure?, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Sat Apr 1 23:10:17 2000
10. Physics: Re: Why my soles are having holes?, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Mon Jan 1 08:56:11 2001
11. Engineering: Re: What alternative fueled vehicles are available to consumers in the US?, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Tue Feb 15 19:28:40 2000
12. Engineering: Re: How Do Air Brakes Work?, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Tue Mar 21 08:50:58 2000
13. Physics: Re: Research on surfaces & traveling of a matchbox car, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Mon Nov 20 09:56:22 2000
14. Engineering: Re: What does Sniping tires do?, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Wed Nov 22 14:59:53 2000
15. Engineering: Re: What do headlights run off of when your car is running?, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Tue Oct 3 06:36:57 2000
16. General Biology: Re: Is bionics ethical to use on humans if it can be more effective than human?, Art Anderson, Senior Scientist in Immunology and Pathology at USAMRIID Wed Sep 10 09:54:41 2008
17. Chemistry: Re: What is the specific heat capacity of carbon fibres?, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Thu Jul 13 21:59:39 2000
18. Physics: Re: how does kinetic friction relate to velocity of movement, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Tue Aug 1 22:33:51 2000
19. Science History: Re: Why did people make diesal trains when Steam trains could do the jobs fine?, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Wed Jan 19 08:39:01 2000
20. Physics: Re: Why would cooling an object like wood and metal increase its friction?, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Tue Jan 25 09:41:57 2000
21. Engineering: Re: How does a Race Car differ from a regular car?, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Tue Feb 6 22:23:13 2001
22. Physics: Re: If friction is independent of surface area, wide tires should not matter?, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Sat Nov 4 23:15:55 2000
23. Physics: Re: Why does friction increase with velocity?, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Thu Aug 17 19:37:07 2000
24. Chemistry: Re: what makes light from wintergreen lifesavers, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Tue Dec 21 13:33:49 1999
25. Physics: Re: What material when wet is good to use on tires to drive up a slanting mirror?, Arnold Anderson, Staff, Tribology/Friction systems, retired (Ford Scientific Laboratory) Tue Oct 17 18:12:53 2000


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