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  • French Horn Evolution

    still highly limited in reaching its full musical potential. 1.3 Addition of valves The addition of valves around 1815 is arguably the most significant development in French horn technology. A crude piston valve system, known as the Stölzel valve, was developed around 1815 by Heinrich Stölzel and Friedrich Blühmel. In this system created by Stölzel and Blühmel, air entered through the bottom of the final valve in the sequence. The air would then travel either through an extended length of tubing (similar to a crook) or through a port in the valve casing to the top of the next valve in the sequence. The air would pass through the valve, where it could then enter the bottom of the next valve or continue through an extended length of tubing. Soon after the development of the Stölzel valve, Joseph Riedl invented the rotary valve in Vienna around 1832. In contrast to the piston valve system, the rotary valve system turned in a circle. A short circular plug is found inside of a cylindrical casing. The airflow is directed through ports in the valve when the valve is turned ninety degrees. 1.4 Single and Double French horns Single French horns, available in the key of F or Bb, only have three rotary valves and one layer of tubing. Double horns are essentially two horns, F, and Bb, combined into one with a fourth "trigger" valve added in order to switch in between the two sides. When pushed down, the trigger valve functions to change the key of the instrument from the key of F to…

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  • Temperature And Temperature Experiment

    labquest and set up for new data collection. Rubber stopper assembly obtained and connected to plastic tubing and valves. Connector attached at free end of tubing to the gas pressure sensor with a clockwise turn. Two-way valve left open. Rubber-stopper assembly inserted tightly into the 125 mL Erlenmeyer flask. Closed the two way valve so it was perpendicular with valve stem. Mode changed to selected events on labquest. Graph settings changed to display pressure vs. temperature graph,…

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  • Home Roof Research Paper

    Would you believe that in most first time cases of home roofing repair, the leak is actually made worse? Or worse yet, in a good many cases, the attempt to repair one leak only leads to the creation of even more leaks? So read on and learn a few tips from the pros, on how you can get it right the first time. Water Can Travel Under a Roof Leak The very first thing you have to do if you have water dripping down through your ceiling, is determine where the leak is coming from. You see once water…

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  • Faucet Repair Case Study

    Before calling a plumber in Arlington, check the water pressure at other faucets. If the water pressure is low only at a single faucet, first ensure the shut off valve is open. Next, inspect the aerator for clogging due to hard water sediment. Soaking in vinegar and scrubbing with a soft brush should correct the problem. Otherwise, replace the aerator. While the aerator is off check the water pressure at the faucet. If low, a problem is affecting the faucet. Faucets receive significant use,…

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  • Heat Transfer Lab Report

    Next, the arrow icon was clicked to begin measuring temperatures. After that, the water drain valve was closed tightly. Next, the water flow was set to 2 gpm, and the steam valves were opened. Flow rate oscillated up and down during the process of heating, so adjustment was required to maintain the desired flow rate. Then, temperatures were recorded if stabilization and no significant changes occurred. Next, the tubes were examined, and the transition between boiling and non-boiling heat…

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  • Clinical Reflection

    Clinical Context and Experience On 9/20 and 9/30 I completed my third and forth shift on 7 West at Sharp Memorial Hospital. Although these were not my first shift on the unit they were my first shift with my regular preceptor Elle. The first two shifts I was working with Laura who was my temporary preceptor, while Elle was on vacation. The first night was calm because of low census and the second night it was a bit busier throughout the night. On our first shift together we were the resources…

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  • Essay On Mittral Valve Prolapse

    at fault. Mitral valve prolapse is a condition that the cause is still unknown. Scientists believe it may be hereditary and people can be born with it, but never experience any symptoms. Even though mitral valve prolapse is not usually life-threatening, however some people may require treatment and a complete change of lifestyle. Mitral valve prolapse, or MVP, is defined as a valvular heart disorder. Where one or both mitral…

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  • Prosthetic Aortic Valve Endocarditis Case Study

    Prosthetic aortic valve endocarditis without evidence of vegetation Introduction The modified Duke criteria for the diagnosis of infective endocarditis (IE) include three major and five minor criteria. One of the major criteria is evidence of structural findings on echocardiography such as an oscillating intracardiac mass, abscess or partial dehiscence of a prosthetic valve (1-2). Less common echocardiographic findings of IE include pseudoaneurysm, fistula, or valve perforation. The American…

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  • Essay On Mitral Valve

    The mitral valve is the valve that regulates flow from the left atrium of the heart into the left ventricle. This valve is subject to a few different diseases and pathologies that affect its form and function. One of those diseases is mitral valve stenosis which is when the mitral opening between the left atrium and the left ventricle narrows and restricts the blood flow through it. The etiology, pathology and symptoms of mitral valve stenosis are well known and well documented which allows…

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  • Bjork-Shiley Heart Valve Case Study

    Every year, thousands people get heart valve replacements. There are multiple options for replacement valves that can be generalized as either mechanical or biological. One of the mechanical options from the 1970s and 1980s was the Bjork-Shiley valve, which became infamous because of the controversy surrounding its stress fracture failures. These failures resulted the death of about 400 people, causing the valve to be taken off the market. The decisions made leading to this issue must be…

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