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|WALL of SOUND....BREAK THROUGH...THE SOUND BARRIER.....MORE LATER...LEAN & MEAN FIGHTING MACHINES...David Lean | The Sound Barrier Feb 24, 2011
The strong relationship to aviation history in The Sound Barrier has led to its being characterised as a "semi-documentary".The film pays tribute to the British effort in the historic advance in aviation of the development and final perfecting
of the jet engine by Frank Whittle and Power Jets Ltd and others following. David Lean had begun to gather research based on media reports of jet aircraft approaching supersonic speeds...HIGH SPEEDS-- LIKE XBRL REAL TIME...
The subsequent screenplay concentrated on the newly discovered problems of flying at supersonic speeds and is also loosely based on the real-life story of aircraft designer Geoffrey de Havilland and the loss of his son. Geoffrey de
Havilland, Jr. was the de Havilland company test pilot who died on 27 September 1946 attempting to fly faster than the speed of sound in the DH 108...RECALL THE L.C. & SPECTOR DATES-- SEE ANYTHING? LC was laughing in
the face of danger...the real animal may have escaped in a plane...or drone type gear...BtSB...188.8.131.52...WALL of SOUND was a 'MUSICAL BREAKTHROUGH'...correct?
|The sound barrier or sonic barrier is the sudden increase in aerodynamic drag and other undesirable effects
experienced by an aircraft or other object when it approaches the Speed of Sound (SOS = May Day).
When aircraft first approached the speed of sound, these effects were seen as constituting a barrier
making faster speeds very difficult or impossible. The term sound barrier is still sometimes used today to
refer to aircraft reaching supersonic flight. Flying faster than sound produces a sonic boom.
|BREAKING THE SOUND BARRIER: Some common whips such as the bullwhip or stockwhip are able to move faster than sound:
the tip of the whip exceeds this speed and causes a sharp crack—literally a sonic boom.
Firearms made after the 19th century have a supersonic muzzle velocity. NFL=No Free Lunch
|WALL of SOUND-- POSING AS K....LuV CuTiger
|The sound barrier may have been first breached by living beings about 150 million years ago. Some
paleobiologists report that, based on computer models of their biomechanical capabilities, certain long-tailed dinosaurs such as
Brontosaurus, Apatosaurus, and Diplodocus may have been able to flick their tails at supersonic speeds, creating a cracking sound (cs)(3.19).
|BACK TO FOCUS by MIKE....THE REAL BOSS................BREAKING SOUND BARRIERS....CRASHING THROUGH 'THE WALL of SOUND'............................................................1 PC at a TIME....C,LICK.................................................................^Dandelion Ad-- with the flying seeds-- recall dat--loose lips/sinks ships?
In geometry, the Dandelin spheres are one or two spheres that are tangent both to a plane and to a cone that intersects the plane. The intersection of the cone and the plane is a conic section, and the point at which either sphere touches the plane is a focus of the conic section, so the
Dandelin spheres are also sometimes called focal spheres...the Rolling Stones tune....Dandelion....blow away Dandelion...in excerpts...God Bless...one more fact checkerz...
The Dandelin spheres were discovered in 1822. They are named in honor of the French mathematician Germinal Pierre Dandelin, though Adolphe Quetelet is sometimes given partial credit as well.
The Dandelin spheres can be used to give elegant modern proofs of two classical theorems known to Apollonius of Perga. The first theorem is that a closed conic section (i.e. an ellipse) is the locus of points such that the sum of the distances to two fixed points (the foci) is constant. The
second theorem is that for any conic section, the distance from a fixed point (the focus) is proportional to the distance from a fixed line (the directrix), the constant of proportionality being called the eccentricity.
A Conic Section (CS) has one Dandelin sphere for each focus. An ellipse has two Dandelin spheres touching the same nappe of the cone, while hyperbola has two Dandelin spheres touching opposite nappes. A parabola has just one Dandelin sphere.
|APPLICATION.....MATTERS....Book I....CuTTing the CONE by a PLANE...Conical Surface....Conic Sections....Parabola=Application...Breaking Sound Barriers................................................Wall of Sound-- Can't see IT--only HEAR IT...LuV WoLF H. WoLF(e)
Book I presents 58 propositions. Its most salient content is all the basic definitions concerning cones and conic sections. These definitions are not exactly the same as the modern ones of the same words. Etymologically the modern words derive from the
ancient, but the etymon often differs in meaning from its reflex.
A conical surface is generated by a line segment rotated about a bisector point such that the end points trace circles, each in its own plane. A cone, one branch of the double conical surface, is the surface with the point (apex or vertex), the circle (base), and
the axis, a line joining vertex and center of base.
A “section” (Latin sectio, Greek tome) is an imaginary “cutting” of a cone by a plane.
Proposition I.3: “If a cone is cut by a plane through the vertex, the section is a triangle.” In the case of a double cone, the section is two triangles such that the angles at the vertex are vertical angles.
Proposition I.4 asserts that sections of a cone parallel to the base are circles with centers on the axis.
Proposition I.13 defines the ellipse, which is conceived as the cutting of a single cone by a plane inclined to the plane of the base and intersecting the latter in a line perpendicular to the diameter extended of the base outside the cone (not shown). The
angle of the inclined plane must be greater than zero, or the section would be a circle. It must be less than the corresponding base angle of the axial triangle, at which the figure becomes a parabola.
Proposition I.11 defines a parabola. Its plane is parallel to a side in the conic surface of the axial triangle.
Proposition I.12 defines a hyperbola. Its plane is parallel to the axis. It cut both cones of the pair, thus acquiring two distinct branches (only one is shown).
The Greek geometers were interested in laying out select figures from their inventory in various applications of engineering and architecture, as the great inventors, such as Archimedes, were accustomed to doing. A demand for conic sections existed then
and exists now. The development of mathematical characterization had moved geometry in the direction of Greek geometric algebra, which visually features such algebraic fundamentals as assigning values to line segments as variables. They used a
coordinate system intermediate between a grid of measurements and the Cartesian coordinate system. The theories of proportion and application of areas allowed the development of visual equations. (See below under Methods of Apollonius).
The animated figure depicts the method of "application of areas" to express the mathematical relationship that characterizes a parabola. The upper left corner of the changing rectangle on the left side and the upper right corner on the right side is "any point
on the section." The animation has it following the section. The orange square at the top is "the square on the distance from the point to the diameter; i.e., a square of the ordinate. In Apollonius, the orientation is horizontal rather than the vertical shown here.
Here it is the square of the abscissa. Regardless of orientation, the equation is the same, names changed. The blue rectangle on the outside is the rectangle on the other coordinate and the distance p. In algebra, x2 = py, one form of the equation for a
parabola. If the outer rectangle exceeds py in area, the section must be a hyperbola; if it is less, an ellipse.
The “application of areas” implicitly asks, given an area and a line segment, does this area apply; that is, is it equal to, the square on the segment? If yes, an applicability (parabole) has been established. Apollonius followed Euclid in asking if a rectangle on
the abscissa of any point on the section applies to the square of the ordinate. If it does, his word-equation is the equivalent of y 2 = k x which is one modern form of the equation for a parabola. The rectangle has sides k... k and x...x. It was he who accordingly
named the figure, parabola, “application." (184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.9.15.14)
|Conica of Apollonius of Perga
SOUND BARRIER SERIES...BREAKING THROUGH IT
HInge Theorem...Open Mouth Theorem...OMT...TOM
|BREAKING THE BARRIERS....SOUND BARRIERS....RACIAL BARRIERS ARE HARDER TO BREAK BECAUSE YA CANNOT OUTRUN PREJUDICE-- IT IS LATENT...INVISIBLE...BUT LOOMS LIKE A CLOUD ON A DARK NIGHT...2nd set of FOOTNOTES:
Paris, Michael. From the Wright Brothers to Top gun: Aviation, Nationalism, and Popular Cinema. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press, 1995.
Pendo, Stephen. Aviation in the Cinema. Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press, 1985.
Porter, Vincent. "The Robert Clark Account." Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, Vol. 20 No. 4, 2000.
Pratley, Gerald. The Cinema of David Lean. Aurora, Colorado: Oak Tree Publications, !974.
Winchester, Jim. The World's Worst Aircraft: From Pioneering Failures to Multimillion Dollar Disasters. London: Amber Books Ltd., 2005. ....DATES...(found de////ad in a NAZI HEADLOCK-- STALKING WOLVES NEVER ENDS WELL-- DUMBriTCH)
Wood, Derek. Project Cancelled. Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company Inc., 1975.
Yeager, Chuck, Bob Cardenas, Bob Hoover, Jack Russell and James Young. The Quest for Mach One: A First-Person Account of Breaking the Sound Barrier. New York: Penguin Studio, 1997.
|BREAKING SOUND BARRIERS-- CONTINUED...Book IV
Book IV contains 57 propositions. The first sent to Attalus, rather than to Eudemus, it thus represents his more mature geometric thought...rather specialized: "the greatest number of points at which sections of a cone can meet one
another, or meet a circumference of a circle (EBR360~XBRL the merger 2006-- minus the FOUNDER), ...." Nevertheless, he speaks with enthusiasm, labeling them "of considerable use" in solving problems (Preface 4).
|All of these effects, although unrelated in
most ways, led to the concept of a "barrier"
making it difficult for an aircraft to exceed
the speed of sound.
Erroneous news reports caused most people
to envision the sound barrier as a physical
"wall", which supersonic aircraft needed to
"break" with a sharp needle nose on the
front of the fuselage. Rocketry and artillery
experts' products routinely exceeded Mach
1, but aircraft designers and aerodynamic
engineers during and after World War II
discussed Mach 0.7 as a limit dangerous to
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|FLUTTERING THE TACOMA NARROWS BRIDGE....DESTROYED THROUGH AEROSELASTIC FLUTTERING...(18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.14.7)
Flutter is a dynamic instability of an elastic structure in a fluid flow, caused by positive feedback between the body's deflection and the force exerted by the fluid flow. In a linear system, "flutter point" is the point at which the structure is undergoing simple harmonic motion—
zero net damping—and so any further decrease in net damping will result in a self-oscillation and eventual failure. "Net damping" can be understood as the sum of the structure's natural positive damping and the negative damping of the aerodynamic force. Flutter can be classified into two types:
hard flutter, in which the net damping decreases very suddenly, very close to the flutter point; and soft flutter, in which the net damping decreases gradually.
In water the mass ratio of the pitch inertia of the foil to that of the circumscribing cylinder of fluid is generally too low for binary flutter to occur, as shown by explicit solution of the simplest pitch and heave flutter stability
Structures exposed to aerodynamic forces—including wings and aerofoils, but also chimneys and bridges—are designed carefully within known parameters to avoid flutter. Blunt shapes, such as chimneys, can give off a continuous stream of vortices known as a Kármán vortex street, which can
induce structural oscillations. Strakes are typically wrapped around chimneys to stop the formation of these vortices.
In complex structures where both the aerodynamics and the mechanical properties of the structure are not fully understood, flutter can be discounted only through detailed testing. Even changing the mass distribution of an aircraft or the stiffness of one component can induce flutter in an apparently
unrelated aerodynamic component. At its mildest, this can appear as a "buzz" in the aircraft structure, but at its most violent, it can develop uncontrollably with great speed and cause serious damage to or lead to the destruction of the aircraft,
as in Braniff Flight 542, or the prototypes for the VL Myrsky fighter aircraft. Famously, the original Tacoma Narrows Bridge was destroyed as a result of aeroelastic fluttering.
|Euler–Bernoulli beam theory (also known as engineer's beam theory or classical beam theory) is a simplification of the linear theory of
elasticity which provides a means of calculating the load-carrying (lc) and deflection characteristics of beams. It covers the case for small
deflections of a beam that are subjected to lateral loads only. It is thus a special case of Timoshenko beam theory. It was first enunciated circa
1750, but was not applied on a large scale until the development of the Eiffel Tower and the Ferris wheel in the late 19th century. Following
these successful demonstrations, it quickly became a cornerstone of engineering and an enabler of the Second Industrial Revolution.
|FLUTTER POINT...the point at which the structure is
undergoing SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION...
TACOMA NARROWS BRIDGE--FP (6.16)
|Ashley, Holt (1980). "Role of Shocks
in the 'Sub-Transonic' Flutter
Phenomenon". Journal of Aircraft.
17 (3): 187–197.
|A vapor cone, also known as
shock collar or shock egg, is a
visible cloud of condensed
water that can sometimes form
around an object moving at
high speed through moist air,
for example, an aircraft flying
at transonic speeds. When the
localized air pressure around
the object drops, so does the air
temperature. If the temperature
drops below the saturation
a cloud forms.
"Wilson cloud" for its superficial
similarity to the Wilson
cloud chamber effect.
|A Cloud Chamber, also known as a Wilson cloud chamber, is a particle detector used for visualizing
the passage of ionizing radiation. A cloud chamber consists of a sealed environment containing a supersaturated
vapor of water or alcohol. An energetic charged particle (for example, an alpha or beta particle) interacts with the
gaseous mixture by knocking electrons off gas molecules via electrostatic forces during collisions,
resulting in a trail of ionized gas particles. The resulting ions act as condensation centers around which a mist-like
trail of small droplets form if the gas mixture is at the point of condensation. These droplets are visible as a "cloud"
track that persists for several seconds while the droplets fall through the vapor. These tracks have characteristic
shapes. For example, an alpha particle track is thick and straight, while an electron track is wispy and shows more
evidence of deflections by collisions...LOOSE LIPS-SINK SHIPS...homewrecker365.
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|THE ENDING HAS BEGUN...
SPREAD OF RADIATION
AT HIGH SPEED...Wilson Cloud
THE EXCHANGE U DIDN'T
KNOW ABOUT...LAST LAUGH
|WILSON CLOUD CHAMBERS.....RADiation^
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