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    Alignments seem to be one of those things people may think they can do without and be just fine. Although this could be true, there is a certain risk vs. reward factor involved. An alignment is the direction and slant in which tires are positioned while sitting on the road. These adjustments to your vehicle could save you money, prevent uneven wear on your tires, ensure safe operation, increase fuel efficiency, and extend the life of your tires. Another great benefit is the enhanced performance giving you a smooth and more comfortable driving experience. Here are some signs that an alignment may be just what you need: 1. Experiencing a vibration and/or hear excessive road noise 2. Visible uneven tire wear on one or more tires 3. Steering…

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    When You Need To Get A Wheel Alignment Your local auto shop may have mentioned that your car needs a wheel alignment. If you thought it was unnecessary, here are some valid reasons when your car can benefit from a wheel alignment. You Just Had New Tires Installed One time it is worth it to get a wheel alignment is when you just had new tires put on your car. The tires are brand new and the tread is even, so having a wheel alignment done will ensure that the tires wear down at the same rate.…

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    Graco Fast Action Fold Click Connect Travel System This is a Chinese made baby stroller that can fit into infant car seat. It is a must have for those who want to have an ample time while travelling. Weighs around 20 pounds and is strong enough to hold a 50 pound baby for one full year. The seat can be reclined to multiple positions and the easy one second fold makes the experience even better. Graco fast action fold click connect travel system has a pivoting child’s tray with a cup holder,…

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    Leaf Spring Case Study

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    1 Introduction Leaf spring is a suspension system for vehicles that were used in the old days. Originally, they were called carriage or laminated springs. This system was successful and genuine, used primarily on almost all vehicles until the 1970s and still on trucks and vans that carry heavy loads. The spring leaf consists of an arched, slender piece of steel that is arranged in the same material in smaller sizes and combined together to form a reinforced arc-like element. It is then attached…

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    STEEL LEAF SPRING ________________________________________________________________ The aim of this analysis is to study the multi-leaf steel leaf spring under loading conditions and verify those results within the allowable limits. ANSYS software is used to analyze the stresses and strains by performing static analysis for the given leaf spring specifications and modal analysis is performed to determine the natural frequencies and mode shapes to asses the behavior of the leaf spring with various…

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    Maple Syrup: A Case Study

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    First CO2 enters leaves through the stoma via diffusion. An enzyme, known as Rubisco, will fix the CO2 to form a 3 carbon compound (Khan academy [accessed 2017]). This 3 carbon compound will eventually be converted to sugar and become maple syrup (Perkins and van den Berg 2009). Plants that follow this metabolic pathway are known as C3 plants (Khan academy [accessed 2017]). It is important to note that Rubisco prefers to fix carbon 12 over carbon 13; therefore 13CO2 is more likely to diffuse out…

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    The multiple bright colors makes the sculpture look very bright and warm. The red and yellow colors really seem to stand out, and the skin tone face really contrasts with the green leaf clothes, based off of this I believe that the main focal point is the head. Each of the plants and flowers that make up the sculpture are very realistic and life like. The negative space around the flowers and plants that make up springs face make them look even more realistic. Both sides of the face are fairly…

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    Flowering Dogwood

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    Paragraph 1: Naming For the Flowering Dogwood, the Latin name is “Cornus florida”. “Cornus” derives from the word “cornu”, which today translates into a “horn”. Cornus refers to the hard wood the tree has. While “florida” stems from the Latin word “flos”, which is understood as “flower” or “flowery”. The common name for Cornus florida is Flowering Dogwood. “Flowering” comes from showy spring flowers the tree displays, while “dogwood” was most likely named after it was believed that early…

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    The Redwood Network In the towering redwood tree lived four friends,Todo the squirrel, Jullien the owl, Kim the koala, and the infamous bee named Pete. The four just graduated from redwood high school and were now ready to start their lives. Todo and Jullien planned on going to work with Jullien's dad at the leaf transportation company. Meanwhile Kim and Pete got accepted to Maple University starting in the fall. The four of them promised each other they would spend the whole summer making…

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    Pepperwood Preserve Study

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    zoospore or water, with an average of 10 drops being placed per leaf. Leaves labeled for zoospore inoculation were treated with 10 drops of zoospores (10ul) and those labeled for control were treated with 10 drops of sterile soil water (10uL) using proper pipette technique. Tubs were then sealed, stored and covered in the dark for 7 days at approximately 25°C. Data measurements were conducted by hand, and included the frequency of necrosis as a measure of number of potential infections and the…

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