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Re: Pickett 931

I recently found some detailed notes on reactance computation. This was done for a full duplex with pi-folded CF, DF, CIF scales. I used proportion to set up
sliderulenut
8:17 AM
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46393

Re: Pickett 931

Very likely. In electronics 2pi is used a lot. Charles ... On Sat, 7/25/15, frankbr@... [sliderule] wrote: Subject: SR
Charles Quinlan
Jul 26
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46392

Re: Pickett 931

Hello Marion, Since your observation is so correct, I have often wondered if the inclusion of the scale 1(2pi) might have been some kind of contract renewal
lotsofluck9999
Jul 25
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46391

Re: Pickett 931

In the mid 70's, CREI used a K&E Deci-lon but it wasn't marked for CREI. ... On Thu, 7/23/15, frankbr@... [sliderule]
Rich Linda
Jul 25
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46390

Re: Pickett 931

I have often wondered why this rule ever came into exinstence. The CIF scale can create the same value on the C scale with one hairline setting. It is used to
sliderulenut
Jul 24
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46389

Pickett 931

I would like to purchase a Pickett 931. I am only interested in the later model with scale labeled 2 PI... although the scale appears to be 1 over 2 PI. I
lotsofluck9999
Jul 23
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46388

Re: Danish bacon brine rule (Baume-scale)

The original files look fine on my screen but are a complete mess when Yahoo does it's thing . (Perhaps it didn't help either that the scans where made with my
polsen51
Jul 22
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46387

Re: Danish bacon brine rule (Baume-scale)

And before you make the bacon, I have the rule shown here: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/66367494/Udfodringsberegner.png which tells you how much
Jerry McCarthy
Jul 22
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46386

Re: Danish bacon brine rule (Baume-scale)

My somewhat vague memory is that Danish farmers became organised by the beginning of the 20th Century, to produce dairy and pigmeat products for export. They
Cyril Catt
Jul 22
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46385

Danish bacon brine rule (Baume-scale)

(scans of rule in the photo-section) Where else but Denmark ? This is another example of how slide rules have improved our lives in so many ways :) Used to
polsen51
Jul 22
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46384

Re: Pickett Model No. 115 Basic Math Rule

Thanks Frank. I had scanned through that site before but I had bypassed that manual because of the 901 title. The operations with the X, Y, and D* scales seem
also_nc
Jul 21
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46383

Re: WW2 German Ordnance Codes

Thanks! By missing von Jezierski's page at rechenschieber.org, I was re-inventing the wheel! My minty example is precisely the model on the ARC website. It
lineality@ymail.com
Jul 20
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46382

Re: WW2 German Ordnance Codes

Hello! Kad is also a designation of Faber Castell, please see: http://rechenschieber.org/1944.html http://rechenschieber.org/1944.html
jfzazza1
Jul 19
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46381

WW2 German Ordnance Codes

I recently acquired a WW2 German "Richtschieber A" artillery slide rule. As with most German military gear, it is marked with a Wehrmacht Ordnance Code. (These
lineality@ymail.com
Jul 18
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richlinda6751
Jul 17
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