MadSci Search Results for David Coit

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1. Physics: Re: Is there a limit to how high a syphon can stretch and still work?, David Coit, Aerospace Engineer, Naval Air Warfare Center - Weapons Division Tue Nov 1 20:23:59 2005
2. Physics: Re: Would explosive weapons be effective in space?, David Coit, Aerospace Engineer, Naval Air Warfare Center - Weapons Division Wed Jan 11 20:20:54 2006
3. Physics: Re: entropy in a closed area?, David Coit, Aerospace Engineer, Naval Air Warfare Center - Weapons Division Sat Oct 8 09:55:37 2005
4. Chemistry: Re: Does glue work in space?, David Coit, Aerospace Engineering, Naval Air Warfare Center - Weapons Division Thu Jun 23 20:40:38 2005
5. Engineering: Re: Does the altitude affect the fatigue due to flight maneuvering?, David Coit, Aerospace Engineer, Naval Air Warfare Center - Weapons Division Sat Oct 22 16:25:18 2005
6. Physics: Re: Help me build an aerodynamic car, David Coit, Aerospace Engineer, Naval Air Warfare Center - Weapons Division Fri Dec 23 14:19:01 2005
7. Physics: Re: Are vacuum flasks of varying sizes equally effective?, David Coit, Aerospace Engineer, Naval Air Warfare Center - Weapons Division Sun Aug 21 19:21:27 2005
8. Physics: Re: What is the acceleration required to flip a jet ski backward 180 degrees?, David Coit, Aerospace Engineer, Naval Air Warfare Center - Weapons Division Sat Jul 30 16:05:46 2005
9. Physics: Re: Exceptions to Newton's Law of Cooling, David Coit, Aerospace Engineer, Naval Air Warfare Center - Weapons Division Tue Aug 9 20:57:22 2005
10. Physics: Re: How can I calculate the cooling of nitrogen as it expands through an orific, David Coit, Aerospace Engineer, Naval Air Warfare Center - Weapons Division Tue Nov 29 18:32:46 2005
11. Physics: Re: How is energy stored in vacuum?, David Coit, Aerospace Engineer, Naval Air Warfare Center - Weapons Division Sun Feb 5 11:59:09 2006
12. Physics: Re: What is the actual temperature profile of a bar heated at one end?, David Coit, Aerospace Engineer, Naval Air Warfare Center - Weapons Division Sun Aug 28 14:09:04 2005
13. Physics: Re: How would I calculate the pressure in a bottle by blowing air in it?, David Coit, Aerospace Engineer, Naval Air Warfare Center - Weapons Division Sun Jan 22 19:54:07 2006
14. Physics: Re: If a dense object was put into a infinitly deep ocean, would it ever stop?, David Coit, Aerospace Engineer, Naval Air Warfare Center - Weapons Division Sun Dec 11 19:58:44 2005


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