MadSci Search Results for Mike Scannell

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1. Chemistry: Re: How does lead help stop knocking from occuring, in car engines?, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Product Engineer, Ford Motor Company Fri Jan 7 07:36:17 2000
2. Engineering: Re: How do i make the air colder using dry ice, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Development Engineer, Ford Motor Company Tue Dec 5 20:42:55 2000
3. Physics: Re: How can surface texture change the speed of a skateboard?, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Product Engineer, Ford Motor Company Wed Mar 22 14:21:07 2000
4. Engineering: Re: How can you calculate the diameter of an dynamically loaded rod (axis)?, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Product Engineer, Ford Motor Company Thu Mar 9 06:19:53 2000
5. Engineering: Re: Why did more simple engines not impose themselves in the [car] industry , Mike Scannell, Powertrain Product Engineer, Ford Motor Company Thu Mar 9 16:41:14 2000
6. Other: Re: when we crush a paper why it opens itself slowly?, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Development Engineer Mon Sep 1 19:35:46 2003
7. Engineering: Re: Will propane kits work with hydrogen gas cars?, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Development Engineer Mon Nov 10 20:38:38 2003
8. Physics: Re: are bass frequencys louder with matter in front of the speaker or in open?, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Development Engineer Sat Apr 3 12:45:18 2004
9. Engineering: Re: Why do drag race cars use low press. in tires designed to resist deforming?, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Product Engineer, Ford Motor Company Mon Apr 3 15:04:07 2000
10. Engineering: Re: Can a car with a large engine drive up a hill w/ an angle greater than 45*?, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Product Engineer, Ford Motor Company Mon Dec 20 19:35:03 1999
11. Engineering: Re: How do clocks (w/ gears) work?, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Product Engineer, Ford Motor Company Mon Oct 18 11:15:28 1999
12. Physics: Re: is the force constant in elastic potential energy a true constant, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Product Engineer, Ford Motor Company Fri Jan 21 12:56:11 2000
13. Engineering: Re: do front brakes exert more braking effort than the rear brakes?, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Product Engineer Mon Sep 20 08:02:26 1999
14. Physics: Re: How much does the acceleration decrease for a car when going up hill?, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Product Engineer, Ford Motor Company Mon Dec 20 18:54:49 1999
15. Physics: Re: Is tension on tug-of-war rope different at certain points?, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Product Engineer, Ford Motor Company Thu Dec 9 08:08:40 1999
16. Engineering: Re: How does the rear defogger in a car work, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Development Engineer Tue Feb 3 20:09:38 2004
17. Engineering: Re: What are the benefits of a V shape combustion engine from a transversal one, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Development Engineer, Ford Motor Company Tue Dec 19 14:35:33 2000
18. Engineering: Re: Does it matter where you put the weights on a Pinewood Derby race car?, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Product Engineer, Ford Motor Company Fri Jan 28 14:05:25 2000
19. Physics: Re: Would a bouyant sphere released from ocean depths be heated by frictio, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Product Engineer, Ford Motor Company Mon Oct 18 09:20:32 1999
20. Engineering: Re: Is there any way to convert a gasoline engine to run on methane gas?, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Product Engineer, Ford Motor Company Tue Mar 28 15:25:35 2000
21. Physics: Re: How can i make an egg catcher, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Product Engineer, Ford Motor Company Wed Mar 22 10:44:21 2000
22. Physics: Re: Why does a hula hoop stay up and why does a heavier one stay up longer?, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Development Engineer Mon Jul 12 19:30:46 2004
23. Chemistry: Re: Is there a substitute for auto gasoline ? , Mike Scannell, Powertrain Product Engineer, Ford Motor Company Thu Oct 28 13:08:51 1999
24. Engineering: Re: Building a toy car that travels a distance of 31 feet, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Product Engineer, Ford Motor Company Tue Feb 22 13:06:21 2000
25. Physics: Re: Is a front tire blowout or rear tire blowout more dangerous, Mike Scannell, Powertrain Product Engineer, Ford Motor Company Mon Oct 2 21:19:46 2000


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