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Z-Nole

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It is possible for compression to exist for 14.1 tight racks?
Template racks ensure balls are in contact. Not all types of contact are the same. Any discussion for types of contact is out of the scope of this thread.

I would hate to lose people if they lack the knowledge base for the discussion.
What?
 

Texas Carom Club

9ball did to billiards what hiphop did to america
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It is possible for compression to exist for 14.1 tight racks?
Template racks ensure balls are in contact. Not all types of contact are the same. Any discussion for types of contact is out of the scope of this thread.

I would hate to lose people if they lack the knowledge base for the discussion.
I wouldn't hate it if we lost you from the discussion though
 

justnum

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What temperature and cut was the steak, this all matters
Room temp at grilling and 165f at removal from heat. Boneless Beef steaks from costco. I also let steak rest with cover on plate and herb seasonings for 10min.

Tastes great I trimmed the fat off before cooking it was marinated for 12 hours
i basic dry rub.

Can you follow my directions?
 

Texas Carom Club

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Room temp at grilling and 165f at removal from heat. Boneless Beef steaks from costco. I also let steak rest with cover on plate and herb seasonings for 10min.

Tastes great I trimmed the fat off before cooking it was marinated for 12 hours
i basic dry rub.

Can you follow my directions?
Give me 3 hrs and you must be awake by the next reply or you will never find the jade monkey
 

ACL

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Flailing and rigidly incurious iconoclasts in former days greatly enjoyed the bumblebee flight myth: the idea that engineers have proved that bumblebees can’t fly, or that bumblebee flight is not consistent with known aerodynamics. The idea is that bumblebee’s wings are too small for the size of their bodies. Since they do fly, there is obviously something interesting going on – bumblebees can generate more lift from their wings (a higher lift coefficient) than conventional aerodynamic methods should allow. They must be using some unconventional aerodynamics, if we can exploit the same aerodynamics we might be able to shift more air with smaller wings or propellers. Smaller cooling fans in computers, for example.

The aerodynamics of bumblebee flight were solved in the early 2000s, and modern computational fluid dynamics can accurately model insect flapping flight. Amazingly, the key is unsteady aerodynamics and leading edge vortices. Insects like bumblebees flap their wings so that a leading-edge-vortex forms above the wing and is stably held there for the duration of the downstroke. The high speed rotating flow within a vortex generates really low pressure – this is why air gets sucked down the middle of a plughole vortex. A great common, everyday human example of this, is when tea/coffee drinkers use leading edge vortices to mix milk and tea/coffee, forming the vortex over the back of the spoon by sweeping it across the teacup at an appropriate angle of attack relative to the tea.

Recent dragonfly drones, make use of those unconventional high lift aerodynamics to hover, in a stable manner and to cope with turbulence and gusty winds.

Arnaldo ~ Point is, myths asserted about 14.1 records can be either confirmed or disproven, proportionate to your acceptable arsenal of facts that reliably and indisputably make your case.
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Beautifully written...
 

ACL

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It is possible for compression to exist for 14.1 tight racks?
Template racks ensure balls are in contact. Not all types of contact are the same. Any discussion for types of contact is out of the scope of this thread.

I would hate to lose people if they lack the knowledge base for the discussion.
So let me get this straight. You want someone to measure how tight the rack is? What kind of tool is used for performing such a task, a rackometer?

Your posts make my hair hurt.
 

justnum

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So let me get this straight. You want someone to measure how tight the rack is? What kind of tool is used for performing such a task, a rackometer?

Your posts make my hair hurt.

Do you remember Sardo tight rack?
Just imagine an electromechnical version of with additional features.

I also have a chemical based version of a prototype.

Its like billiard players are not creative engineers.
 

ACL

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Do you remember Sardo tight rack?
Just imagine an electromechnical version of with additional features.

I also have a chemical based version of a prototype.

Its like billiard players are not creative engineers.
Why would anyone use an electromechanical rack? That's ludicrous. One of the beautiful parts of this game we love is the randomness of it which includes variations in the rack.

It seems to me you are trying to over engineer something that doesn't need to be.
 

justnum

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If anyone registers for my design class I can supervise as you build your own electromechnical rack.

Its a limited class size there are only five spots remaining. Registration ends next week.

I am starting a new program called sports product engineering. It will cover many sports including billiards and pool.
 
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