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  10. Hi Everyone, We are on the lookout for experts who have knwoledge in Vacuum Tube/Electron Tube technology. I have a client based in Australia who is seeking the following: The client intends to sponsor one project every 4-6 weeks and will offer good compensation with an additional bonus upon successful capital raising. The projects will all be around high voltage circuits using 'tubes' such as tetrodes, pulse forming networks, thyratrons, and klystrons. Other projects will include analog heterodyne detection and mixing. For those whose background is PCB design using solid-state transistors, this is not a suitable match. The client's working style is to be hands-on and the expectation is to translate existing circuit topologies into hand-holding guidance. The client is capable of respecting, honoring, and rewarding people that can zoom in past theory and focus on delivery. An example first project could be: 1. Advise the client how to connect a beam power tetrode and operate it. You'd advise which transformers, capacitors, etc are required. After acquiring these, a series of video conferences to guide the client connecting the pieces together. The GU series of pentodes will be used. This work can be carried out remotely/online and we will organize teleconference sessions to discuss requirements. If you are interested, please e-mail me on mehta.sajil@gmail.com or feel free to refer me to someone who may have this knowledge. Thank you in advance. Kind Regards, Sajil Mehta
  11. Dear users, See this Vedio tutorial for isometric drawing in Autocad. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F73co5P0aG0 Thank you
  12. Hello friends I am into repairs and maintenance of mostly Toyota and Lexus cars, am having challenges on getting the exact OEM repair manuals for these latest Toyota and Lexus cars. Please anyone with useful information on how to get them?
  13. I have been given a project regarding automobile engines, as we all know the exhaust coming from engines is harmful for environment as well as human beings because of the presence of toxic gases in exhaust, so my work is to burn these toxic gases (carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides).
  14. I have been given a project regarding automobile engines, as we all know the exhaust coming from engines is harmful for environment as well as human beings because of the presence of toxic gases in exhaust, so my work is to burn these toxic gases (carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides).
  15. Manometer is 'U' tube pipe which is used for measuring the pressure difference between two points. The difference is denoted by 'h' . From this h value flow flowing through pipe is measured. By the formula Q=a1a2√2gh ---------------- √a1²-a2²
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  20. Power factor is the cosine of the angle between the voltage and the current. It is the third factor in the product that expresses the power, P = V*I*cos(phi) where phi is the phase angle. DrD
  21. Real power is just what it says, power as in work done per unit of time. In electrical systems, the real power is calculated as Preal = V*I*cos(phi) where V = voltage I = current phi = phase angle between current and voltage Reactive power is Preact = V*I*sin(phi) I've never heard the term "apparent power" but I suspect what you mean is what I know as Volt-Amperes = V*I The real power is the in-phase part of the volt-ampere product while the reactive power is the out-of-phase part of that product. DrD
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