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Proud dane.

With a bachelor in Mechanical Engineering and an on-going master in Sustainable Energy Engineering at The Technical University of Denmark, I'm just a sheep like everyone else.

A history of mud and push-ups in the Danish army as lieutenant and platoon leader.

Developing the thermoelectric product of my dreams is... my dream. Let's see what it brings.

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reviewed Approve The speed of air rising through a heated tube
Apr
24
comment Question in rotational mechanics
@NobleSiks. Assuming a tense, non-elastic, non-breaking belt, any point on the belt will always follow any other point on the belt. Assuming rigid wheels and considering the claim in the question that "A thin belt is moving without sliding", there is something weird about this question...
Apr
24
comment Question in rotational mechanics
The speed at P with respect to the speed at Q is... $v_P-v_Q=0$.
Apr
22
comment AC is more dangerous or DC?
If DC also worked with frequency and sine wave, it wouldn't be DC. It would be AC.
Apr
21
reviewed Approve Is there an analytical solution for fluid flow in a square duct?
Apr
21
revised Speed, weight and force
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Apr
20
reviewed Approve Approximating the moment of inertia of a quadcopter
Apr
20
comment What does an electrical circuit failure mean?
Not if the components can hold it. But of course, yes, of specifications for current and voltage are exceeded the then it most likely starts to fail somewhere in the circuit
Apr
20
comment What does an electrical circuit failure mean?
I guess it fails if a component burns? So more power than the components can take (which corresponds to voltage and current through that component) is for sure the keyword for failure.
Apr
20
reviewed Approve Does gravity exist in a vacuum?
Apr
20
reviewed Approve Discrepancy problem in lithium?
Apr
19
awarded  Excavator
Apr
19
revised Why work is a scalar and not a vector?
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Apr
19
reviewed Reject Two-Observer Spacetime Diagram
Apr
18
comment Geometric and algebraic aspects of geometric vectors
You don't eliminate it, you flag it to migrate it.
Apr
18
comment Geometric and algebraic aspects of geometric vectors
This is a perfect math question. Let's move it to the math SE site.
Apr
17
revised Thermodynamics - Gas Laws
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Apr
17
comment Thermodynamics - Gas Laws
Please let us know what you have tried already.
Apr
17
revised If we go to space why isn't the temperature high?
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Apr
15
reviewed Approve Can we theoretically balance a perfectly symmetrical pencil on its one-atom tip?