MadSci Search Results for Donald Howard

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1. Engineering: Re: How does a variable frequency AC drive work, Donald Howard, Staff, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Mon May 14 01:04:31 2001
2. Physics: Re: Clarification to answer 975746560.Ph, Donald Howard, Staff, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Wed Dec 13 13:52:48 2000
3. Physics: Re: Could nuclear oower be used on spaceships as a supply of air and water?, Donald Howard, Staff, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Fri Jan 12 16:36:11 2001
4. Engineering: Re: What kind of equipment is located in a power Substation, Donald Howard, Staff, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Sat May 26 12:43:21 2001
5. Engineering: Re: Can a capacitor be discharged slowly? (like a battery), Donald Howard, Staff, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Fri Oct 13 15:35:25 2000
6. Engineering: Re: Re: Re: Why does it take so long to restart power generators/electrical stations?, Donald Howard, Tue Aug 19 00:24:41 2003
7. Chemistry: Re: what property of metals makes them useful for overhead power cables?, Donald Howard, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Fri Oct 31 14:39:18 2003
8. Physics: Re: Are there feasible alternatives to transporting energy as electricity?, Donald Howard, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Sun Mar 28 23:20:21 2004
9. Engineering: Re: Just a house meter question?, Donald Howard, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Fri Dec 8 21:23:25 2006
10. Engineering: Re: How does an electricity meter work?, Donald Howard, Staff, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Mon May 7 00:45:33 2001
11. Physics: Re: Why does water used in Electicity generating plants need to be cooled?, Donald Howard, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Mon May 12 23:46:51 2003
12. Engineering: Re: CAN A GROUND PRONG BE SAFELY ATTACHED TO THE NEUTRAL LINE IN AN OUTLET?, Donald Howard, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Thu Nov 15 12:04:52 2007
13. Engineering: Re: Production of commercial electricity, Donald Howard, Staff, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Sat Jun 9 20:43:55 2001
14. Engineering: Re: Why are you dividing power by the square root of 3?, Donald Howard, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Wed Dec 21 08:26:36 2005
15. Engineering: Re: Is it possbile to make a compact magnetic switch?, Donald Howard, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Sat Feb 16 08:24:39 2008
16. Earth Sciences: Re: How do you turn uranium into power?, Donald Howard, Staff, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Sun Oct 8 19:48:52 2000
17. Physics: Re: Howmany atoms does it take to get an atom bomb? , Donald Howard, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Mon May 14 10:24:11 2007
18. Engineering: Re: how is electricity conducted?, Donald Howard, Staff, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Thu Jul 26 00:40:05 2001
19. Engineering: Re: Why a certain value of resistor is not available?, Donald Howard, Staff, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Sun Sep 23 01:14:48 2001
20. Engineering: Re: how do determine copper wire thikness, Donald Howard, Staff, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Sun Dec 9 23:51:57 2001
21. Physics: Can you ¨harvest¨energy emitted by Wi-Fi antennas?, Mario Fishman, grad (non-science) Thu Oct 21 03:09:08 2004
22. Physics: Re: Can you recommend a good book/website explaining the basics of electricity, Donald Howard, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Sat Mar 20 14:54:34 2004
23. Engineering: Re: Is it possable to control negitive Ions through a magnetic field? , Donald Howard, Staff, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Tue May 29 11:01:23 2001
24. Engineering: Re: How does a pulse transformer differ from a normal one?, Donald Howard, Staff, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Thu May 10 09:20:51 2001
25. Engineering: Re: Why does our freezer freeze everything but what we, Donald Howard, Staff, Nuclear Engineering, Retired Mon Jul 16 11:54:18 2001


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