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  • Comparing an Eight Cylinder Camaro and a Six Cylinder Camaro

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    Comparing an Eight Cylinder Camaro and a Six Cylinder Camaro The purpose of this report is to compare the six-cylinder Camaro (RS), to the eight-cylinder Camaro (Z/28) to see which one is most suitable. The specific areas I studied, based on primary and secondary sources are Performance, Gas Mileage and Price of each automobile. The Z/28 and the R/S are simply two models of a Chevrolet sport-car based on options. The Camaro has become a legend dominating the market for more than three

  • O'Neill Cylinders

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    into space". While some speak of moonbases, or planet-side bases, one of the most intriguing ideas is the O'Neill Cylinder. Gerard K. O'Neill created the O'Neill Cylinder in his book "The High Frontier". An O'Neill Cylinder consists of two cylinders which counter-rotate around each other, each one has a two mile (3 kilometer) radius, and a 20 mile (30 kilometer) length. The two cylinders counter-rotate to create simulated gravity by centripetal force: everything is pushed to the outer wall due to

  • Osmosis in Potato Cylinders

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    Potato Cylinders Aim: Trying to find the average sugar concentration in the potato cylinder cells. I will use potatoes for my experiment because they are convenient and shows fast results in osmosis. [IMAGE]The diagram to the right shows a basic plant cell, however, the difference between this diagram and the potato cells I will be using is that the potato will not be green as it does not need chlorophyll. The cell membranes in a potato cylinder are partially

  • Analysis Of The Moment Of Inertia Of A Liquid In A Cylinder

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    Moment of Inertia of a Liquid in a Cylinder Exploration: Intro One night, out babysitting, I found myself playing with a toy garage, making little cars go down the ramp. You place the little car at the top floor of the toy garage and watch it go down. Some cars zoom down, others got stuck, others toppled over and flew off the track. This made me think of those heavy trucks filled with liquid and how they behave in a crash. Bulk liquid transport trucks when that are only partially filled are especially

  • The Process of Porting and Polishing a Cylinder Head

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    There are many steps to Porting and Polishing, six to be exact. There are many tools that will be needed in this process too. Porting and Polishing is just basically when you just smooth out the ports where the air flows through the head into the cylinder without restriction. You will get two effects out of this. You will have more horsepower do to colder and more denser air. You will also get better gas mileage. This research paper will discuss how to port and polish a head. First step would be

  • Investigating Osmosis Using Potato Cylinders

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    Investigating Osmosis Using Potato Cylinders The aim of this investigation is to see how the sugar concentration of a solution eventually affects the size of a submerged potato cylinder. I am conducting this experiment to further my understanding of osmosis. The increase or decrease of the size of the potato cylinder can be explained by osmosis. Introduction:- The core scientific principle, related to my investigation is that of Osmosis, below I intend to

  • Factors that Affect Osmosis in Potato Cylinders

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    Factors that Affect Osmosis in Potato Cylinders The aim of this experiment is to investigate the volume of sucrose solution and the weight and volume of other variables which affect osmosis in potato cylinders. In this experiment I will weigh and blot rings of potato and test them in different concentrations of sucrose solution. I hope to find sufficient results as to investigate this. In this experiment I will be investigating, and putting to test, the theory of osmosis

  • Rate of Osmosis Between Potato Cylinders and Sucrose Solution

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    Rate of Osmosis Between Potato Cylinders and Sucrose Solution Introduction I am doing an investigation, to find out on how varying one factor effects the rate of osmosis between potato cylinders and Sucrose solution. Osmosis is the diffusion of solvent (usually water) particles through a selectively permeable membrane from a region of high solvent concentration to a region of lower solvent concentration. Examples of Selectively permeable membranes are (a)

  • Investigation on Water-in-Diesel Emulsified Fuel in a 6 Cylinder Engine

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    investigated on a 6 cylinder Diesel engine to the influence of water emulsification on the engine performance and exhaust gas emissions. The existance of water Particles in the way of emulsification method in diesel fuels makes microexplosion phenomenon during combustion in the cylinder. With incidence of this process, more oxygen offer to the fuel and make it to be improved combustion. Emulsified Diesel fuels by 5, 10 and 15% water/Diesel ratios by volume, were utilized in a 6 cylinder, direct injection

  • Market Potential of Composite Cylinders for CNG/Hydrogen and Other Uses

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    INTRODUCTION Composite Cylinders is the modern alternative of traditional steel cylinders. They are used for variety of applications, both industrial and home. It is a superior cylinder made from advanced polymeric and composite materials while combining uncompromising safety, quality, design and innovation into the future standard for gas containment. Hydrogen composite cylinders are basically used for storage and transportation of low temperature gases. CNG Compressed natural gas can be used