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#89 - I'm sure they will give you an answer soon. I couldn't imagine…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/07/2013 on Variously weighted ping... 0
User avatar #90 - callan (10/07/2013) [-]
Hah! They don't pay government employees to work fast. It has to go through all kinds of background checks and a few higher-ups because of the sensitive information I would be introduced
#84 - Very nice, I hope all works well for you. Try not to get expos…  [+] (3 new replies) 10/07/2013 on Variously weighted ping... 0
User avatar #88 - callan (10/07/2013) [-]
Yea, I'm really hoping it gets approved. But it's already taken them a month with no word on approval and with the government shutdown it's going to take even longer. As it is I'm signed on as an advanced electronics/computer technician; basically a glorified repair man for all the major electric systems (automatic weapons systems, radar, communications systems, etc.)
User avatar #89 - Nhatkiem (10/07/2013) [-]
I'm sure they will give you an answer soon. I couldn't imagine the navy or any military branch to dilly-dally... but I could be wrong. It took me almost 4 months to get approved for graduate school haha.
User avatar #90 - callan (10/07/2013) [-]
Hah! They don't pay government employees to work fast. It has to go through all kinds of background checks and a few higher-ups because of the sensitive information I would be introduced
#78 - Always eager to explain concepts to those who want to know! My…  [+] (5 new replies) 10/07/2013 on Variously weighted ping... 0
User avatar #79 - callan (10/07/2013) [-]
I'm 20, just got enlisted in the Navy and I'm working on getting approved for training as a nuclear engineer. Which actually re-ignited my interest in the subject. Before that I was always more of a chemistry/biology buff.
User avatar #84 - Nhatkiem (10/07/2013) [-]
Very nice, I hope all works well for you. Try not to get exposed to too much of that stuff haha. I was never one to get into chemistry and biology myself. Too much technical information and not enough application.
User avatar #88 - callan (10/07/2013) [-]
Yea, I'm really hoping it gets approved. But it's already taken them a month with no word on approval and with the government shutdown it's going to take even longer. As it is I'm signed on as an advanced electronics/computer technician; basically a glorified repair man for all the major electric systems (automatic weapons systems, radar, communications systems, etc.)
User avatar #89 - Nhatkiem (10/07/2013) [-]
I'm sure they will give you an answer soon. I couldn't imagine the navy or any military branch to dilly-dally... but I could be wrong. It took me almost 4 months to get approved for graduate school haha.
User avatar #90 - callan (10/07/2013) [-]
Hah! They don't pay government employees to work fast. It has to go through all kinds of background checks and a few higher-ups because of the sensitive information I would be introduced
#70 - In the system shown above, the idea is possible if not massive…  [+] (7 new replies) 10/07/2013 on Variously weighted ping... 0
User avatar #73 - callan (10/07/2013) [-]
It does answer my question.
Despite never getting into physics all that much, the topic does catch my interest sometimes when it gets to actual application.
User avatar #78 - Nhatkiem (10/07/2013) [-]
Always eager to explain concepts to those who want to know! My love for science and physics/engineering arose after years of watching bill nye the science guy and listening to my father explain concepts of physics! haha.

I recently got my bachelors of science in civil engineering and am continuing my education for a masters in structural engineering and wood sciences.

The fact that you are curious means you have potential in understanding! Don't let Wingz ruffle your feathers. Might I ask, how old are you?
User avatar #79 - callan (10/07/2013) [-]
I'm 20, just got enlisted in the Navy and I'm working on getting approved for training as a nuclear engineer. Which actually re-ignited my interest in the subject. Before that I was always more of a chemistry/biology buff.
User avatar #84 - Nhatkiem (10/07/2013) [-]
Very nice, I hope all works well for you. Try not to get exposed to too much of that stuff haha. I was never one to get into chemistry and biology myself. Too much technical information and not enough application.
User avatar #88 - callan (10/07/2013) [-]
Yea, I'm really hoping it gets approved. But it's already taken them a month with no word on approval and with the government shutdown it's going to take even longer. As it is I'm signed on as an advanced electronics/computer technician; basically a glorified repair man for all the major electric systems (automatic weapons systems, radar, communications systems, etc.)
User avatar #89 - Nhatkiem (10/07/2013) [-]
I'm sure they will give you an answer soon. I couldn't imagine the navy or any military branch to dilly-dally... but I could be wrong. It took me almost 4 months to get approved for graduate school haha.
User avatar #90 - callan (10/07/2013) [-]
Hah! They don't pay government employees to work fast. It has to go through all kinds of background checks and a few higher-ups because of the sensitive information I would be introduced
#64 - you are indeed right! Some of the energy would be lost do to e…  [+] (9 new replies) 10/07/2013 on Variously weighted ping... 0
User avatar #67 - callan (10/07/2013) [-]
I'm a little confused, it sounds like my idea wouldn't have worked after all since the same outward forces are affecting every ball. So wouldn't that result in them all achieving the same height in the end, anyway?
User avatar #70 - Nhatkiem (10/07/2013) [-]
In the system shown above, the idea is possible if not massively improbable. The balls, in a system of 0 energy dissipation, would bounce to their maximum height after the first initial bounce. However, you can see that when they are thrown, they are not all at the same height. That is: the balls are stacked on top of one another, this would make applying the same forces to each ball very difficult (if we think about force as a pressure field rather than a point of "push/pull".


The person applies an initial force, that is redirected into the balls that are initially touching the .. pan?.. anyways, this force is distributed through each contacting surface and propagates upward. However, it is not an even distribution otherwise we would have seen something like.. all the first layers of ping pong balls rising at the same velocity.

Not sure if that answers your question. The ideas are simple, but the application can be hairy.
User avatar #73 - callan (10/07/2013) [-]
It does answer my question.
Despite never getting into physics all that much, the topic does catch my interest sometimes when it gets to actual application.
User avatar #78 - Nhatkiem (10/07/2013) [-]
Always eager to explain concepts to those who want to know! My love for science and physics/engineering arose after years of watching bill nye the science guy and listening to my father explain concepts of physics! haha.

I recently got my bachelors of science in civil engineering and am continuing my education for a masters in structural engineering and wood sciences.

The fact that you are curious means you have potential in understanding! Don't let Wingz ruffle your feathers. Might I ask, how old are you?
User avatar #79 - callan (10/07/2013) [-]
I'm 20, just got enlisted in the Navy and I'm working on getting approved for training as a nuclear engineer. Which actually re-ignited my interest in the subject. Before that I was always more of a chemistry/biology buff.
User avatar #84 - Nhatkiem (10/07/2013) [-]
Very nice, I hope all works well for you. Try not to get exposed to too much of that stuff haha. I was never one to get into chemistry and biology myself. Too much technical information and not enough application.
User avatar #88 - callan (10/07/2013) [-]
Yea, I'm really hoping it gets approved. But it's already taken them a month with no word on approval and with the government shutdown it's going to take even longer. As it is I'm signed on as an advanced electronics/computer technician; basically a glorified repair man for all the major electric systems (automatic weapons systems, radar, communications systems, etc.)
User avatar #89 - Nhatkiem (10/07/2013) [-]
I'm sure they will give you an answer soon. I couldn't imagine the navy or any military branch to dilly-dally... but I could be wrong. It took me almost 4 months to get approved for graduate school haha.
User avatar #90 - callan (10/07/2013) [-]
Hah! They don't pay government employees to work fast. It has to go through all kinds of background checks and a few higher-ups because of the sensitive information I would be introduced
#62 - Sorry but basic Energy conservation would prove that mass does…  [+] (11 new replies) 10/07/2013 on Variously weighted ping... 0
User avatar #63 - callan (10/07/2013) [-]
huh, interesting. But wouldn't some of that energy be lost in the ground on the initial hit? I'm sure it's a silly question to you, I'm just trying to understand.
User avatar #64 - Nhatkiem (10/07/2013) [-]
you are indeed right! Some of the energy would be lost do to effects of resistance, such as drag. Smaller forms of the energy as sound (wave propegation) and further more, even smaller amounts are lost as heat.
User avatar #67 - callan (10/07/2013) [-]
I'm a little confused, it sounds like my idea wouldn't have worked after all since the same outward forces are affecting every ball. So wouldn't that result in them all achieving the same height in the end, anyway?
User avatar #70 - Nhatkiem (10/07/2013) [-]
In the system shown above, the idea is possible if not massively improbable. The balls, in a system of 0 energy dissipation, would bounce to their maximum height after the first initial bounce. However, you can see that when they are thrown, they are not all at the same height. That is: the balls are stacked on top of one another, this would make applying the same forces to each ball very difficult (if we think about force as a pressure field rather than a point of "push/pull".


The person applies an initial force, that is redirected into the balls that are initially touching the .. pan?.. anyways, this force is distributed through each contacting surface and propagates upward. However, it is not an even distribution otherwise we would have seen something like.. all the first layers of ping pong balls rising at the same velocity.

Not sure if that answers your question. The ideas are simple, but the application can be hairy.
User avatar #73 - callan (10/07/2013) [-]
It does answer my question.
Despite never getting into physics all that much, the topic does catch my interest sometimes when it gets to actual application.
User avatar #78 - Nhatkiem (10/07/2013) [-]
Always eager to explain concepts to those who want to know! My love for science and physics/engineering arose after years of watching bill nye the science guy and listening to my father explain concepts of physics! haha.

I recently got my bachelors of science in civil engineering and am continuing my education for a masters in structural engineering and wood sciences.

The fact that you are curious means you have potential in understanding! Don't let Wingz ruffle your feathers. Might I ask, how old are you?
User avatar #79 - callan (10/07/2013) [-]
I'm 20, just got enlisted in the Navy and I'm working on getting approved for training as a nuclear engineer. Which actually re-ignited my interest in the subject. Before that I was always more of a chemistry/biology buff.
User avatar #84 - Nhatkiem (10/07/2013) [-]
Very nice, I hope all works well for you. Try not to get exposed to too much of that stuff haha. I was never one to get into chemistry and biology myself. Too much technical information and not enough application.
User avatar #88 - callan (10/07/2013) [-]
Yea, I'm really hoping it gets approved. But it's already taken them a month with no word on approval and with the government shutdown it's going to take even longer. As it is I'm signed on as an advanced electronics/computer technician; basically a glorified repair man for all the major electric systems (automatic weapons systems, radar, communications systems, etc.)
User avatar #89 - Nhatkiem (10/07/2013) [-]
I'm sure they will give you an answer soon. I couldn't imagine the navy or any military branch to dilly-dally... but I could be wrong. It took me almost 4 months to get approved for graduate school haha.
User avatar #90 - callan (10/07/2013) [-]
Hah! They don't pay government employees to work fast. It has to go through all kinds of background checks and a few higher-ups because of the sensitive information I would be introduced
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