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Old June 11th 05, 03:34 PM
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Mac. 90 or super Mac.


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Old June 11th 05, 03:46 PM
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You want fries with that?

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Mac. 90 or super Mac.



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Old June 12th 05, 06:21 AM
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I sold all mine,go to the PRA website or email me.There are still some
around.

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Old June 12th 05, 12:34 PM
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lollllllllllll


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Old June 18th 05, 07:36 PM
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Hi all,

Anyone around know of a source for F.W.Meredit's "Note on the Cooling of
Aircraft Engines with Special Reference to Radiators Enclosed in Ducts.
British ARC, R&M No. 1683, 1936." ?

I searched the whole internet without finding anything but indirect
references. The British RAE archives mention other papers from Meredith,
but this particular note seems really hard to find.

Anyone happen to have a copy, or a clue as to where to get it ?
Any input appreciated,

Thanks,
Regards,

Gilles Thesee
Grenoble, France
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Old June 19th 05, 12:24 PM
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GTH wrote:

Hi all,

Anyone around know of a source for F.W.Meredit's "Note on the Cooling of
Aircraft Engines with Special Reference to Radiators Enclosed in Ducts.
British ARC, R&M No. 1683, 1936." ?

I searched the whole internet without finding anything but indirect
references. The British RAE archives mention other papers from Meredith,
but this particular note seems really hard to find.

Anyone happen to have a copy, or a clue as to where to get it ?
Any input appreciated,

Thanks,
Regards,

Gilles Thesee
Grenoble, France



Hello Giles,

I have a copy of it here at home. I'll look for it for you. Let me know your
address.

I got the copy from Wright Patterson AFB library in Dayton Ohio.

--
Saville

Replicas of 15th-19th century nautical navigational instruments:

http://home.comcast.net/~saville/backstaffhome.html

Restoration of my 82 year old Herreshoff S-Boat sailboat:

http://home.comcast.net/~saville/SBOATrestore.htm

Steambending FAQ with photos:

http://home.comcast.net/~saville/Steambend.htm

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Old June 19th 05, 05:45 PM
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How about posting it somewhere - I'd like to see it as well.

Ron Webb


Hello Giles,

I have a copy of it here at home. I'll look for it for you. Let me know
your
address.

I got the copy from Wright Patterson AFB library in Dayton Ohio.



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Old June 20th 05, 03:15 AM
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Ron Webb wrote:

How about posting it somewhere - I'd like to see it as well.

Ron Webb


Sure that's a good idea. What's the usual method? Taking a digital photo of
it?


--
Saville

Replicas of 15th-19th century nautical navigational instruments:

http://home.comcast.net/~saville/backstaffhome.html

Restoration of my 82 year old Herreshoff S-Boat sailboat:

http://home.comcast.net/~saville/SBOATrestore.htm

Steambending FAQ with photos:

http://home.comcast.net/~saville/Steambend.htm

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Old June 20th 05, 11:23 AM
GTH
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gregg a écrit :
Ron Webb wrote:


How about posting it somewhere - I'd like to see it as well.

Ron Webb



Sure that's a good idea. What's the usual method? Taking a digital photo of
it?



Hi Gregg and all,

A 200 dpi scan in JPEG format usually gives fairly correct results,
provided the JPEG compression isn't set too high. Each page is then a 1
Mb image.

Best regards,

Gilles
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Old June 20th 05, 07:22 PM
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On Mon, 20 Jun 2005, GTH wrote:

A 200 dpi scan in JPEG format usually gives fairly correct results,
provided the JPEG compression isn't set too high. Each page is then a 1
Mb image.


JPG uses "lossy" compression (loses some data for the sake of better
compression), which is fine for photos. But with the compression set low
(higher number, nearer 100, 75 being considered normal) so you lose less
data, the file size gets pretty big. Better to use a format with lossless
compression, like GIF or TIF, for anything other than photos. They'll
give better reproduction, and usually smaller files.

-Dan
 




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