Monthly Archives: February 2011

PKO Factor

Way back in college one of the required courses for engineering students was economics. I guess they wanted to make sure our education was rounded out a bit. For us as engineering students the math being taught in the course … Continue reading

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Mr. Hannon’s Son

My father was and educator. In an effort to make a little more money he switch from teaching in schools to industrial training. The problem with this is that anytime the going gets a bit rough for a company the … Continue reading

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Heat Treating

I am in the process of building an amateur seismograph. This instrument will come close to the performance of a professional instrument. To achieve this it takes more effort than just cobbing together some simple gadget. One of the things … Continue reading

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