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    Wind Turbine analyze 5 days left
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    From the wind data select the right turbine size for the project, all the data is provided

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    Aviation Planning 4 days left
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    I need highly proficient in aviation planning.... only apply if you can do the job in 2 hours... i will share details with good freelancer... i need you to respond on proposal...plz dont copy past your proposal i would reject you.. write "I am excellent" at the top of you proposal .

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    We are lookong for a friction test to be carried out and documented. It will be for a nanotechnology coating we manufacture. UK/Europe only please.

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    Hi Patrick B., I noticed your profile and would like to offer you my project. We can discuss any details over chat.

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    We are looking for someone to drag test a nanotechnology coating we have designed. Obvioulsy a wind tunnel or similar will be needed. We will need the test documented in full. The project will include giving is information on what substrates will be best to coat for testing.

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    I need a summary on squeeze rivet gun

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    Have you studied astronautics and/or astrophysics? Do you know all about how sounding rockets work? Are you able to look at new concepts for rocket engines and almost instantly decipher if they will work or not and what their pros and cons will be? If so, then please read on! I am an entrepreneur who was born and raised in New Zealand. I am looking to embark on my own private space program, which will start with sending a simple, sounding rocket to the edge of space (at about 100km in altitude) with a small payload of just a camera and end with manned missions into space. Currently, the main focus is this first sounding rocket project, which needs to be constructed in and launched from NZ - for NZ $100,000 or less. I am already in touch with the NZ Rocketry Association to ensure that my rockets meet the new High Altitude Vehicle (HAV) laws in my country and to have a place to launch the rockets from. I have also looked into Rocket Lab (NZ) and have spoken to the Centre for Space Science Technology (CSST) in my country. What I now require is an individual who is gifted in aeronautical engineering (and related subjects) to look at a concept that I have come up with for a new rocket, which is a hybrid of a conventional rocket and hydrogen balloon. I am aware that this has been proposed since the 1960s and that there are currently private firms looking into it such as Xero2infinity with their "Bloostar" concept. However, my concept is a tad different and I now need a professional to assess it and see if it will actually work, is feasible and what sort of payload it could carry into space. The assessment will need to be accompanied with calculations so they can be depended on by my team in NZ. In addition, these calculations MUST have some form of verification or testing done on them with a computer program so I know that they are, virtually, 100% correct. I am happy to sign a non-disclosure agreement throughout this project to protect intellectual property. PLEASE ONLY BID IF YOU CAN DEFINITELY DO EVERYTHING I AM ASKING FOR. THANK YOU.

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    propeller design thrust calculate and coaxial gear system create

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    Flowchart Description: A clear explanation of how the model was built should be provided. This should mainly refer to the modules that were used and their exact place in the flowchart. This part should also provide an indication of how the major parameters of these modules have been set. One good way to achieve this is by using screenshots of the windows/dialog boxes presenting the modules’ parameters Run Setup Parameters: Based on the requirements of each specific problem/exercise, you are expected to make decisions on how the simulation run setup parameters should be determined. The simulation run setup refers mainly to the number of replications, replication length, time units and in general all the parameters included in the Replication Parameters tag appearing in the Setup option of the Run menu. The determination of setup parameters that conform to the requirements of the tasks is a key point. Incorrect selection of the run setup parameters will result in findings different from those expected (regardless of the fact that the model can be absolutely correct). Answers to the exercises’ questions: Following the presentation of the model, the main part of the assignment should serve the purpose of identifying the questions that need to be answered for each problem/exercise. Furthermore, it is expected that a complete and clearly stated answer should be provided for each of these questions. Whenever the problems’ questions are related to one or more of the collected statistics, the answers presented should be in accordance with those appearing in the statistics reports (see section below for the appendix). In some cases the problems/exercises require, in addition to a number of statistics, information on e.g. the system performance under a number of alternative scenarios or a number of plots, animations etc. It is important to note that you will be assessed against all the required information. In the appendix you are expected to provide the Statistics Reports. You are advised to prefer the Summary Statistics Reports, which are considerably shorter than those appearing in the Reports Panel (in the Project Bar) of the Arena interface. The Summary Statistics Reports are generated automatically by Arena after each simulation run and are saved in the form of a text file (*.out) in exactly the same folder where you saved the model. In order to be able to get such (*.out) files you may need to make appropriate changes in the fields Default Report and Display SIMAN summary report (*.out file) in the Reports tag appearing under Tools >Options. There are a number of issues that will be checked during the marking. Apart from the correctness of the collected statistics attention will also be paid to the: Run set up parameters that should be consistent with those presented in the main body of the task, Analyst’s name that in turn should point to the student submitting the task.

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    Detailed Introduction of S1000D standards, CSDB, DMC, DM & ICN, Structure of S1000D Version Control, Schemas & DTD's IETP/IETM and other related content

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    I want someone to make a complete geometry of YF-23 Aircraft on (AAA) Advance Aircraft Analysis Software..... with good accuracy

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    I want someone quite skillful who can provide me full geometry of YF-23 aircraft on Advance Aircraft Analysis(AAA) software with accuracy...............

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    XPLANE simulation Ended
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    X-plane flight data collection Different maneuvers

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    Have you studied astronautics and/or astrophysics? Do you know all about how sounding rockets work? Have you ever looked at current rocketry methods and thought of a better and even cheaper way? If so, then please read on! I am an entrepreneur and investor who was born and raised in New Zealand. I am looking to embark on my own private space program, which will start with sending a simple, sounding rocket to the edge of space (at about 100km in altitude) with a small payload of just a camera and end with manned missions to space, perhaps the Moon and even beyond. Currently, the main focus is this first sounding rocket project, which needs to be constructed in and launched from NZ, for NZ $50,000 or less. I am already in touch with the NZ Rocketry Association to ensure that my rockets meet the new High Altitude Vehicle (HAV) laws in my country and to have a place to launch them from. What I now require is an individual who is gifted in aeronautical engineering (and related subjects) and who has their own brilliant concept for a much better and cheaper rocket to lend me for my space program. Your idea needs to be accompanied with specific designs and calculations so they can be used to effectively construct the rocket by my team in NZ. In addition, these calculations and designs MUST have some form of verification or testing done on them (even if it's in cyber space through computer programs) so I know that they are highly likely to work in practice. I am happy to sign a non-disclosure agreement(s) throughout this project to protect your (and others') intellectual property. Please remember that NZ is a nuclear-free country so we cannot have a rocket that uses any nuclear technology, such as cold fusion. Here are some ideas and concepts that I have come across, which you may wish to incorporate into your plans: - Using a balloon to first lift a rocket as high as possible before it inhales the gas in the balloon to burn and ascend further and reach space. On its way down, it uses the empty balloon as a parachute for a safe and soft touchdown. - A rocket that uses a suppressed technology such as "free energy" or "anti-gravity". I have read up on these and found plenty of plans and patents for them (both online and in books). The only question is if any of them actually work. - A rocket that uses a forgotten or unused technology, such as hydrogen gas motors for cars. PLEASE ONLY BID IF YOU ALREADY HAVE AN IDEA IN MIND AND ARE WILLING TO COMPLETE THIS PROJECT IN FULL AND SELL ME THE RIGHTS TO YOUR IDEA - OR ALLOW ME TO PAY YOU TO USE IT IN MY SPACE PROGRAM. THANK YOU.

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    Hi Mohamed E., I noticed your profile and would like to offer you my project. We can discuss any details over chat.

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    Rocket propolsion Ended
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    question 3 and question 4 is solved until tomorrow

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    I have purchased a template from [url removed, login to view], I have started to fill in the information I want but there are things I do not understand. This website is all about recruiting expert in many different disciplines. All the people will be working in the Asia Pacific region of the World. The website will be in English. I live in North Baja Mexico and if possible the person that helps me out, it would be nice if they lived in the South San Diego county region so if need be we could have a face to face meeting.

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    aircraft certification and aircraft worthiness help required

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    Deadline 3 days. I need 4 pages (1200 words). I need 2 different review papers on the same topic means 4 pages review paper each. I will pay 25Usd for each one. 50 USD forboth. Make sure there is 0% plagiarism and both paper look diferrent. Instructions: Please read the articles for Best 2018 Vehicles So Far ([url removed, login to view]), and write a review paper on the powertrain of the 2018 model year (at least 1,200 words). After you click the link above, you can see different categories on the right side (Small cars, SUVs, Vans, etc.), click to find a list of vehicles in each category. You need to cover at least 5 vehicles from 5 different categories. After you click on a vehicle, you can read the review on the vehicle. And, "Engine" is under the section called "Performance".

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    Deadline 3 days. I need 4 pages (1200 words). I need 2 different review papers on the same topic means 4 pages review paper each. I will pay 25Usd for each one. 50 USD forboth. Make sure there is 0% plagiarism and both paper look diferrent. Instructions: Please read the articles for Best 2018 Vehicles So Far ([url removed, login to view]), and write a review paper on the powertrain of the 2018 model year (at least 1,200 words). After you click the link above, you can see different categories on the right side (Small cars, SUVs, Vans, etc.), click to find a list of vehicles in each category. You need to cover at least 5 vehicles from 5 different categories. After you click on a vehicle, you can read the review on the vehicle. And, "Engine" is under the section called "Performance".

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