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1920s Flapper Dress Pattern

The simple dressmaking system developed by Mary Picken is just as relevant today as it was in 1924. Whether you are trying to create a 1920's dress, sew a flapper dress costume, learn dressmaking, looking for inspiration, or a fashion student you will get something from this book. THE ONE HOUR Dress is a new and simple plan by which the dress you select from the many designs in this book can actually be cut out, put together, finished all complete in sixty minutes. And you can create other One Hour Dresses for yourself, because different combinations of colors and materials, different finishes and touches of decoration will enable you to have just the dress that appeals to your taste and have it quickly and at little cost. THE ONE HOUR Dress is a downloadable book in PDF format.You can read it on your computer or print it out. Being a PDF means it can be read by both PC's and Mac's. More here...

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Author: Mary Picken
Official Website: www.1920-30.com
Price: $17.00

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Hydroldynamics Oil Exploration

A robotic flapper was designed to generate fin motion in three independent rotational degrees of freedom, with a force torque sensor attached to the base of the fin. The flapper was mounted on a linear stage that was driven a stepper motor. A larger tank was used to allow for linear motion. The tank was filled with refined paraffinic oil. This setup allows us to reply the fin kinematics while measuring instantaneous hydrodynamic forces. The thrust (force in the direction of motion) produced by a flapping fin is a result of its interaction with the surrounding fluid. In the case of simple flapping (for example the caudal fin of a boxfish in cruise mode) this interaction can lead to lift and drag based forces as well as added mass effects (resulting from the deceleration of fluid set in motion by previous strokes). Fig. 3 shows such forces acting on a foil. The lift component (L) of the total force (F) is a result of periodic vortex shedding while the rest of the components are due to...

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