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Post  Dr. C on Mon Aug 03, 2009 9:07 am

I am a retired engineer with more hobbies than time and an insatiable appetite to learn. I have been fascinated with laminar flow and it looks as though this forum is the place to be. Thanks for all of your inputs!
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Re: Hi from Maryland

Post  liteglow on Mon Aug 03, 2009 9:33 am

Hi there and welcome to the forum Smile

I for sure have the same problem about the "time" for more hobby haha Wink
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Re: Hi from Maryland

Post  John on Mon Aug 03, 2009 9:54 am

Dr C.

Your name sounds ominous!!!! Most of us here can't seem to learn enough, you are in the right place!!!! This project is an awesome project because there isn't a lot on the web about them. I'm pretty sure this is the only place that actively talks about them and are constantly trying to improve them!!!! Most of us learned the stuff by trial and error and reading as much as we can on the patents.

I'm a mechanical engineer (only about 5 years underneath my belt) and I love engineering. What field of engineering?
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Re: Hi from Maryland

Post  liteglow on Mon Aug 03, 2009 10:05 am

Hmm

Doctors and engineers Rolling Eyes
I feel small here I`m just working on a fruit company haha Embarassed

But I did go first year on Mechanic school .
Second on Electro Mechanic .
And the last one as a Auto Mechanic (electro and metal work, welding etc..)

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Re: Hi from Maryland

Post  John on Mon Aug 03, 2009 10:07 am

"And the last one as a Auto Mechanic (electro and metal work, welding etc..) "

That's everything that this project needs! I don't have the welding and metal work experience that I would like!
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Re: Hi from Maryland

Post  Dr. C on Mon Aug 03, 2009 2:59 pm

Thanks for your responses. Physics and electrical engineering kept me employed, but I started in the vacuum tube days so unless you need to know about grid leak, most of my technical training passed the half life point awhile back and has little use today. But the engineer in me loves to solve problems and laminar flow is the current elephant on the table.

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