MadSci Search Results for Greg Culler

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1. Engineering: Re: Formula for calculating wind velocity through a tube using a manometer?, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineer, Industry Mon Jan 29 17:01:10 2001
2. Engineering: Re: Do cars get better gas mileage on a full tank or a less empty tank, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineering, Industry Sun Jun 19 09:59:29 2005
3. Engineering: Re: How do you use the vernier calipers, and how do we avoid the errors?, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineer, Industry Wed Apr 18 11:25:42 2001
4. Engineering: Re: How does the shock on a car work, by using Charles Law?, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineer, Industry Mon Oct 23 10:38:12 2000
5. Physics: Re: Can amplitude of sound wave exceed its wavelength?, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineering, Industry Thu Feb 10 15:35:52 2005
6. Other: Re: can you see rainbows at night?, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineer, Industry Fri Nov 3 20:03:35 2000
7. Engineering: Re: Measuring pressure with no flow, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineering, Industry Sat Sep 10 09:47:14 2005
8. Physics: Re: At what angle will a bullet ricochet off water?, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineering, Industry Tue Apr 5 16:03:26 2005
9. Engineering: Re: Why do mopeds use smaller wheels rather than larger wheels?, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineer, Industry Tue Jul 31 15:04:19 2001
10. Physics: Re: What makes it difficult to start rolling a large boulder?, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineering, Industry Tue Jan 11 17:13:32 2005
11. Physics: Re: If fire has mass, could it freeze over?, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineer, Industry Fri Sep 8 21:30:42 2000
12. Computer Science: Re: I would like to build a simple, mechanical digital computer. Suggestions?, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineer, Industry Thu Dec 20 22:51:03 2001
13. Engineering: Re: Does fatigue apply to preloaded fasteners too ?, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineer, Industry Fri Oct 6 14:48:41 2000
14. Engineering: Re: where could i find a mechanical revoultion counter i have looked every whe, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineer, Industry Sat Jan 12 12:05:08 2002
15. Physics: Re: What is water pressure and how does it change at different depths?, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineering, Industry Thu Nov 15 15:22:28 2007
16. Engineering: Re: What does it take to be an engineer?, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineering, Industry Tue Dec 6 18:19:40 2005
17. Physics: Re: What lab skills should students have once they finish a year of physics?, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineering, Industry Tue Jul 12 09:49:58 2005
18. Physics: Re: Shouldnt energy have component which makes it propotional to time involved?, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineer, Industry Fri Mar 16 16:48:40 2001
19. Engineering: Re: how does a paintball gun work, co2?, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineer, Industry Wed Jan 17 16:51:08 2001
20. Engineering: Re: Has anyone ever built a Radiometer large enough to generate electricity, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineer, Industry Mon Nov 13 10:18:37 2000
21. Engineering: Re: Can you give me some information on how a Sand Blaster works?, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineer, Industry Tue Jan 2 23:02:27 2001
22. Engineering: Re: does the mass,tire size,and tire type of a bike affect speed?, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineering, Industry Mon Jan 9 17:07:23 2006
23. Engineering: Re: How do I build a model rollercoaster?, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineer, Industry Tue Feb 13 12:09:24 2001
24. Engineering: Re: What is the relationship between the length of a beam and the am't it bends, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineer, Industry Fri Sep 15 23:33:09 2000
25. Physics: Re: Wouldn't expansion and contraction help me out?, Greg Culler, Staff, Mechanical Engineer, Industry Wed Dec 6 10:07:07 2000


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