I replaced the diverter stem in my shower; no I can't get the water to come out of the shower head.?
I also replaced the seat. So I put the old stem back in with the new seat, NO GO! Then I put the old stem in with the old seat, NO GO! F&%K! Lastly, I put the new stem in with the old seat, NO GO!
So what the hell is going on?1 AnswerDo It Yourself (DIY)7 years ago
and runs 44 feet, how can I determine the height? It sounds so simple, but for the life of me I can't figure it out.3 AnswersEngineering9 years ago
When finding the deflection of a beam at ANY point, on a beam supported at both ends, with a distributed load, we summed moments about THE point to one side of the beam or the other and included the reactions in our calculations.
I was looking at another student's solution from another class for a cantilevered beam, one support, with a distributed load and the reactions were not included. Is this right?1 AnswerEngineering9 years ago
I need to build an elevated pad to support up to 6,000 lb. The material would be moved from a freight elevator into the building on a pallet jack. I would be using 5 ply, 3/4" plywood class 1 with a capacity of 1,600 psf when supported at 8" c/c.
The jack has 4 wheels; 6000 lb./4 = 1,500 lb. per wheel. This is within the limits of a single sheet of plywood. Kind of...I'm leaving out the psf or psi. However, if I take the actual contact area of the wheels, approx. 2 sq. in. each, I get 1,500 lb/2 in^2 = 750 psi. Way more than the 11.11 psi I figured from the allowable 1,600 psf.
Am I missing something or what? Thanks for any help.2 AnswersEngineering10 years ago
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Well, not always. Most of the time you can hear the fan come on. Sometimes however, I'll notice the lights flicker but I won't hear the fan. A few minutes later, I'll smell a burning plastic smell...so I run to the thermostat and shut off everything. .
I turn the fan control to "on" and it works; then I turn the heat back on and feel warm air. I then turn the fan control back to "auto" and everything seems to work normally for about 24 hrs. when it Starts again and I go through the above steps. This has happened twice since Thursday afternoon.
Any ideas? ...a faulty fan switch...some relay between the heating element and the fan... no wires or components feel hot or appear to have melted.1 AnswerDo It Yourself (DIY)1 decade ago
L = 8 in A-36 steel rod
rod dia = 0.249 in
I = 0.0001887 in^4
E = 30,000 lbs/in^2 (psi)
Using the buckling formula P=[3.14^2 x E x I]/ L^2
I get [(3.14)^2(30000)(0.0001887)]8^2
which is 0.87299 lbs.
This can't be a buckling load. It should be something around 1200 lbs. according to the instructor.
What am I doing wrong?3 AnswersEngineering1 decade ago
What would cause sewage to reverse flow and come back out the toilet? No one was at home at the time so it's not like someone made a "deposit" and stopped up the thing and caused it to overflow.
My girlfriend said it looked like someones azz exploded in there.4 AnswersMaintenance & Repairs1 decade ago
A double slit system is used to measure the wavelength of light. With d=15x10^-6 m, L=2.2 m, m=1 and y=7.1cm, find the wavelength.
The equation to use is y=([(lambda)(L)]/d) x m
The book's, the instructor's and my answer are all different. What gives? Rounding error? All range from 420nm to 484nm.1 AnswerPhysics1 decade ago