Author Topic: Stan Meyer-Photogrammetry IT4 Hole  (Read 1176 times)

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Stan Meyer-Photogrammetry IT4 Hole
« on: February 24, 2011, 08:02:31 am »
Here is detail of the an inner tube of the Meyers Demonstation Unit. The tube IT4 shows evidence of being drilled(as do IT3 and IT1) The mark on the opposite side on the inner wall of IT4 shows the drilling did not go all the way through
 
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argument 670:440
ratio 1.52
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argument 0.75:.50
ratio 1.50
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argument 440:.50::112:<val>
ratio .125
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cl =.99
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passes fuzzy matrix <val>eng drl sz
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passes fuzzy matrix for <val> dim <spacer bar>source
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D9 <val>UTSD
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end
 
This is interpreted as follows: The ratio of the caliper measurements is very close to the ratio of the
reported diameter of the inner and outer tubes
 
The value of the caliper value of the hole is consistent with a 0.125 diameter hole when related to known values of the inner and outer pipes
 
The confidence level is 99%  (at least 5 matrix cross links of high reliabilty)
 
This is based on known dimensional string consistency
This is based on english drill size matrix
This is based on availabilty of .125 diameter plastic rods
The is based on D9 statement on diameter of the upper tube spacers
 
 
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part sift
<val>source MCMC:
attribute: <val> string :acrylic:rod:diao<val>.125
run smart srch
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8531K11
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return search
 
 
 
8531K11  Each      In stock for $0.36    FALSE 
Material
Acrylic
Acrylic Material
Extruded Acrylic
Backing
Plain Back
Finish
Smooth
Shape
Rods and Discs
Rods and Discs Type
Rod
Length
6'
Length Tolerance
+1/2"
Diameter
1/8"
Diameter Tolerance
±.005"
Clear
Clear with No Tint
Operating Temperature Range
+32° to +160° F
Tensile Strength
Good
Impact Strength
Poor
Tolerance
Standard
Hardness
Rockwell M89-M96
Specifications Met
Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
UL Rating
UL 94HB
end

 
AI image aquire
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possible test hole drilled
possible tuning hole
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<val>stainless<val> dim:hardness
<val>acoustic>:<val>frequency:<val>adjust
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end
 
This is interpreted as:
 
Stan may have drilled some test holes before he started to make holes for the spacers because of drilling difficulty or bit breakage.
Stan may have reduced mass of the tubes in an experiment or method of adjusting acoustic frequency
 
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update
 
D9<val>availabilty:<val>scrap
 
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possibility holes in original material
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Based on Photo0068.jpg  graciously posted by Dynodon
« Last Edit: March 27, 2011, 01:09:05 am by jim miller »

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Re: Meyer-Photogrammetry IT4 Hole
« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2011, 23:28:43 pm »
Same picture panned out...

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Re: Meyer-Photogrammetry IT4 Hole
« Reply #2 on: February 26, 2011, 00:39:26 am »
Like I said before,just a bunch of scrap tubes
Don