schoolstuff.. tensions and forces

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Steven
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schoolstuff.. tensions and forces

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man...

I'm having a test tomorrow, and really can't manage to get those things :cry:

Extension by temperature increase, bars from multiple materials, forces and moments in all directions :D

Any specialists here? :?
or some things online... pff maybe it's too late for that.. we'll see

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Well....I'm going to have a class about that next semestre....so try do delay the test about 6 months....then I'll help you!!!

GOOD LUCK Tomba....everything will turn out ok.

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well keep your thoughts for a week, the test has been rescheduled for next week, monday 3h45 GMT+1 ;)

what do you guys all study actually? :D
Quite curious about that.

What concerns me: am a graduate in computer science, and now studying for engineer in that area (but for now, I have courses like fysics, chemistry, tension thingies, differential equations and blabla... ;) )

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Well....I study Aeronautical Engineering.....maybe I'm the next Newey ;) hehehehe

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hehe I knew that from you Monstro, since you are the most popular guy out here :P :wink:
ps: don't you think we miss out some girls here? :?

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Most popular guy?....well....didn't know I'm considered the bachelore of the month here at the site.... LOL

Well...that is true...a few girls would do some good to the site...the only problem is that it's a little hard to find girls that know something about Formula 1.....not that they can't learn....but they just don't have any interest in Formula 1!

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Tomba wrote:well keep your thoughts for a week, the test has been rescheduled for next week, monday 3h45 GMT+1 ;)
What concerns me: am a graduate in computer science, and now studying for engineer in that area (but for now, I have courses like fysics, chemistry, tension thingies, differential equations and blabla... ;) )
Hmm looks a bit like my agenda :)
Ashame i wasn't here the moment you asked the question I might have been able to help ya.

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i study architecture at school, and F1 history and technology on my own haha. would love to be a mech engineer of manufacturing engineer, but im not the math whizz i would need to be.

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I have an exam next week.Don't know why the hell I have to take a subject that is unrelated at all to engineering.Its bussiness paper,hate it.

Plus,my research on composite materials is not going well.I'm having a hard time modelling the composite material on ABAQUS.Does anyone here expert in ABAQUS????help help!!!

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Monstrobolaxa wrote:Well....I study Aeronautical Engineering.....maybe I'm the next Newey ;) hehehehe
Do you think Sam Michael could be the next Patrick Head?

If you are the next Adrian Newey, please hire me as your janitor. Just glad to be part of the team!