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    ROMAC Stability Test Fig

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    subsection{Experiment description} In order to validate this data procedure and estimation method, we carried out experiment on the ROMAC stability test rig as depicted in Fig. ef{fig2:subfig:a}. The fluid and magnetic bearing configurations were in cite{cloud2007stability}, and during the excitation process, the temperature of inlet oil was 37 ${}^{circ}mathrm{C}$. The shaft rotates at 3500 rpm, and the actuator #2 that is located at the node 47 in the FE model excited this test rig at six frequencies (55 Hz to 80 Hz by step of 5 Hz). The excitation force is expressed in Eq.( ef{eq32}). egin{equation}label{eq32} m{F}{ m{ = }}left( {egin{array}{*{20}{c}} {{F_{ex}}}\ {{F_{ey}}} end{array}} ight) = {F_e}left( {egin{array}{*{20}{c}} {Xcosleft( {omega t} ight)}\ {Ysin left( {omega t} ight)} end{array}} ight) end{equation} The coefficients of X and Y are used to adjust the amplitude of the excitation force in 푋 and 푌 directions.By adjusting the excitation force according to Table ef{tab10}, we did multiple excitations for every excitation frequency to obtain high quality estimation in Eq.( ef{eq16}) and ( ef{eq17}). egin{table}[htbp] small caption{Comparison between measured and predicted rotor free-free natural frequencies}label{tab10} centering egin{tabular}{lcc} oprule Excitation method& X& Y\ midrule Excitation in X& 1.0& 0\ Excitation in Y& 0& 1.0\ Forward and backward& 1.0& $pm$1.0\ Cross-coupled excitation 1& 1.0& $pm$0.5\ Cross-coupled excitation 2&…

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    St John College Campus

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    UNBSJ has a large and beautiful campus with many interesting buildings, statues, pieces of art and nature; such as trees and lots of grass throughout the campus. It is a relatively easy campus to make your way around without getting lost as there are signs with directions wherever you look. During the winter months you can avoid the cold weather by using the tunnels that are connected to all the buildings on campus. When you enter the UNBSJ campus via the driveway the main parking lot is on…

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    When you ran a fraud college, bragged about sexually assaulting women, called all Mexicans rapists, been accused of raping multiple times including but not limited to your ex wife and a 13 year old girl in which there is enough evidence for you to go to trial, said you would date your daughter, made fun of mentally handicapped, said one of the many women who have accused you of sexual assault weren't attractive enough to be assaulted, supported the Iraq war in the beginning and denied it…

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    Regardless of the news station, television show, magazine, or person, anything that is expressed through human values will have bias. Principles such as politics, sports, and even certain parking spots can have bias opinions. Opinions, whether one likes them or not, are always worthwhile; however, once those opinions take away freedoms of others, they become irrelevant. Whether the opinion is coming from CNN, Sports Illustrated, or Duck Dynasty, that single opinion could sway someone from one…

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    The period of Medieval Art has many sub categories, one of which is Byzantine art, which originally spawned from Greek and Roman styles. During the medieval times artworks such as paintings and sculptures in the round were no longer being created, so the arts of the time were often mosaics (on the interior walls of churches), manuscripts in richly decorated bibles and architecture. Mosaics, specifically, changed over this period. Transforming from the classical style of the Greeks and Romans,…

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    Liberals believe that government action should be taken to achieve equality for each and every citizen. They believe that the government has obligations it needs to fulfill, so government intervention is favorable, especially within the economy where it needs to regulate business and government programs. Conservatives on the other hand prefer smaller, slower changes. Rather than having the government involved in the economy, they prefer a laissez faire regulation of the market and businesses.…

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    Affirmative Action Debate

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    In the debate over Affirmative Action, Liberals take their stand as an advocate for affirmative action. They believe that America needs to atone for the history of racism, cruelties and social discrimination towards African-Americans and other minorities. This is achieved through the preferential, or favoring, treatment of minorities. Conservatives do not believe in affirmative action. They believe that people should receive benefits based on ability rather than race. On the contrary,…

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    Closed To Migration Essay

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    A fallback from a policy introduced by the centre right party in Germany decades earlier, which later led to the government allowing citizenship by birth. However, this was only introduced under a particularistic notion of citizenship – one that does not allow dual citizenship on the grounds of integration (Martin: 2004). For example, German Universities have encouraged training Turkish imams to lead prayers in German as well as English, as many of Germany’s imams speak no German (Daily Post,…

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    Getting to Sam's Town by car is easy. Just head east on Flamingo Rd. When you get to Boulder Hwy., make a left. The next street is Nellis Blvd. Sam's Town is on the corner of Nellis Blvd and Boulder Hwy. If you don't have a car, there are two options: the bus and the shuttle. The bus you catch at the bus stop at Bally's. The 202 bus will take you all the way to Boulder Hwy, and then make a right on Boulder Hwy., stopping past Nellis Blvd. This is where you get off. All you have to do is use…

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    • Rectangular painting, divided into top third roof and lower thirds is ground, the floor board. • Scene is set in daytime, in a building with brown pillars that has sheep with the wools being shaved. • The colours of the floor board and the sheep are consistently pale browns with their skin and shaved wool cream in colour; the rooftop of the building is dark, predominantly browns, with black lines between it for the right side of the roof top, and dark grey rectangular on the left side. • The…

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