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InventorsToolbox: The Elements of Machines Simple Machines: These devices were all in common use for centuries before Leonardo's time. Each one makes work easier to do by providing some trade-off between the force applied and the distance over which the force is applied. Wheel and Axle In this machine a wheel or spoke is locked to a central axle so that when one is turned the other must turn. A longer motion at the edge of the wheel is converted to a shorter more powerful motion at the axle. In reverse, a short powerful force at the axle will move the wheel's edge a greater distance.
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Dirtmeister: Simple Machines Dirtmeister's Home The Inclined Plane The inclined plane is the simplest of simple machines because to make it work, nothing moves. You move! Another name for an inclined plane is a ramp. It can be as simple as the driveway leading to your school or as sophisticated as the staircase in the Empire State Building. Turn it all off NightWatchman enforces much more than just energy savings How to beat the auditors and defend your budget The Consumer App Store Experience for Corporate IT. The automated, self-service model. NightWatchman enforces much more than just energy savings How to beat the auditors and defend your budget 100 Useful Tips and Tools to Research the Deep Web By Alisa Miller Experts say that typical search engines like Yahoo! and Google only pick up about 1% of the information available on the Internet. The rest of that information is considered to be hidden in the deep web, also referred to as the invisible web. So how can you find all the rest of this information? This list offers 100 tips and tools to help you get the most out of your Internet searches.
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Simple Machines: Facts (Science Trek: Idaho Public Television) Once upon a time a person needed to move something heavy. He or she picked up a long stick and stuck it under the edge of the heavy object and then pushed down on the other end of the stick. And the first simple machine was invented. Simple machines are just that. Serious Games for Healthcare - BreakAway, Ltd - Award-Winning Developer of Numerous Real-Time Strategy Games and Technologically Advanced Desktop Development Software This groundbreaking project, developed for the Medical College of Georgia and, funded through a grant by Nobel Biocare, was created to better teach and train dental school students and dental professionals patient assessment and diagnosis protocol and to practice dental implant procedures in a realistic, virtual, 3D, environment. Launch video Client: Medical College of Georgia Objective: Provide a PC, game-based simulation to improve dental student learning outcomes in the area of diagnostics, decision-making and treatment protocols for enhanced patient therapy outcomes and risk management.
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