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  • thoughtingdown
    20.05.2022 - 28 minutes ago
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  • artsybi
    20.05.2022 - 1 hour ago

    ah i'm even more mad about what i know the daredevil show is going to do to elektra bc these flashback scenes with matt are fantastic they're INCREDIBLE i think they deserve to be chaotic bisexual besties who punch crime in the face together and flirt a lil between punching crime in the face

    #daredevil#i ramble#matt murdock#elektra natchios#elektra#nmcu #dai reads comics #mattelektra #yes i am a mattfoggy shipper first and foremost but i love elektra and her dynamic with matt in these flashbacks is superb #but i know that there's a bad twist coming and i'm mad about it bc they're so good together #matt deserves to have someone he can be a little unhinged around!!!! #ah well this is why i always write from a composite of show and comic canon #i get to take what i like and burn what i don't
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  • flammialeonardo
    20.05.2022 - 2 hours ago
    #techhnicolor#techhnicolor trainee#focusaccademy #techhnicolor trainee focusaccademy environmentart environment mattepainting compositing modelling photobashing 3D projection 3DDMP
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  • smithleonardo
    20.05.2022 - 2 hours ago

    Les investisseurs de «Robinhood» «vont se faire remettre la tête», alors que les actions sont au bord du marché baissier, déclare le «parrain» de l'analyse graphique

    Les investisseurs de «Robinhood» «vont se faire remettre la tête», alors que les actions sont au bord du marché baissier, déclare le «parrain» de l’analyse graphique

    Un marché baissier pour le S&P 500 ? La scène semble certainement être prête pour un, alors que les indices de référence des actions ont rebondi vendredi, affichant des baisses hebdomadaires après une séance de sciage. L’éminent technicien du marché, Ralph Acampora, a déclaré à MarketWatch que les actions pourraient encore envisager “encore 10% ou 15% à la baisse”, alors qu’une période prolongée…

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    #article_normal#CAPOT#COMP#dette#DJIA #Filtre d&039;exclusion C&E #Filtres factivas #Indice composite NASDAQ #Indice de volatilité CBOE #investir#Investissement/Titres #l&039;actualité des marchés financiers #Marchés boursiers #Marchés de la dette/obligations #Marchés des matières premières #marchés obligataires #Marchés Robinhood Inc #Moyenne industrielle Dow Jones #Nouvelles sur les marchés des matières premières/financiers #produit de base #Services financiers#titres#Titres dérivés #type de contenu #Types de contenu #VIX
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  • katagawajr
    20.05.2022 - 4 hours ago

    started a WIP of an idea i’ve had for a while but its very ambitious and i dont know that i can do it 😭 but im solidifying my commitment to try with this post LOL

    #its two dynamic compositions with backgrounds and 3 characters a piece…… •_• #i doubt that it’ll be done or good at all but ive loved the idea for so long i wanna do it #personal
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  • almstrangis
    20.05.2022 - 5 hours ago

    Torre oxidada 2020  Ciesterna de hierro fundido y fragmentos de tuberìa

    A.L.Moure Strangis

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  • junico
    20.05.2022 - 7 hours ago

    judith nicolussi. mixed media & collage on sketchbook

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  • materialsscienceandengineering
    20.05.2022 - 7 hours ago
    The aviation industry faces multiple pressures from higher fuel costs and increased scrutiny over the environmental and quality-of-life impacts from its aircraft. Researchers are looking for new methods of keeping expenses down while improving overall efficiency, and the relatively new market of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) -- or drones -- is no exception.
    UAVs are occupying an ever-growing space in aviation circles. In a new paper published in the journal Composite Structures, Suong Hoa and his student co-authors present a method to make UAV wings cheaper to manufacture and more efficient in flight.
    Hoa is a professor of mechanical, industrial and aerospace engineering at the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science. Using a technique Hoa pioneered known as 4D printing of composites, the authors performed a feasibility study on the application of a new way to manufacture adaptive compliant trailing edge (ACTE) morphing wings. The experimental technology replaces the commonly used hinged wing flap with one that is attached to the main wing body but can bend up to 20 degrees.

    Read more.

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  • inempire
    20.05.2022 - 7 hours ago

    Traditional Style Paneling

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  • inempire
    20.05.2022 - 7 hours ago

    Traditional Style Paneling part 2

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  • miningmineralsandmetalsmarket
    20.05.2022 - 8 hours ago

    The marine composites market is projected to reach USD 6.3 billion by 2027, at a CAGR of 5.6% between 2019 and 2027.

    The report "Marine Composites Market by Type (Metal Matrix, Ceramic Matrix, And Polymer Matrix), Polymer Matrix Composite by [Fiber (Glass, Carbon), Resin (Polyester, Epoxy)], Vessel Type (Power Boats, Sailboats, Cruise Ships), and Region - Global Forecast to 2027"

    Browse 131 market data Tables and 58 Figures spread through 129 Pages and in-depth TOC on "Marine Composites Market by Type (Metal Matrix, Ceramic Matrix, And Polymer Matrix), Polymer Matrix Composite by [Fiber (Glass, Carbon), Resin (Polyester, Epoxy)], Vessel Type (Power Boats, Sailboats, Cruise Ships), and Region - Global Forecast to 2027" View detailed Table of Content here - https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/marine-composites-market-73767608.html

    Polymer Matrix Composite (PMC) is estimated to be the largest marine composite type in the marine composites market in 2018

    Polymer Matrix Composites (PMCs) are the most commonly used composite material in marine applications. These can be manufactured easily as the processing and curing temperature of PMCs is normally in the lower range, and moreover, the densities of polymers are usually very low; therefore, the cost of manufacturing PMC is substantially lower as compared to Metal Matrix Composites (MMC) and Ceramic Matrix Composites (CMC).

    Glass fiber projected to be the largest fiber type of the polymer matrix composites market during the forecast period

    The glass fiber segment is projected to lead the marine composites market during the forecast period. This growth is attributed to its better properties and lower prices than those of carbon fiber composites. Ever since their development, glass fiber composites have been the main type of fiber composites used for the construction of boats, globally.

    Polyester resin projected to be the largest resin type of the polymer matrix composites market during the forecast period

    The polyester resin segment is projected to lead the marine composites market during the forecast period. The large market share of the polyester resin is because polyester resin provides excellent properties, such as these do not expand with high temperature and exhibit good mechanical, electrical, and high heat resistance properties. In addition, these are available at lower prices than epoxy and vinyl ester resins.

    Power boats is estimated to be the largest vessel type segment of the marine composites market in 2018

    Boats powered by engines are termed power boats or motor boats. Based on the location of the propulsion system, there are generally 3 types of power boats, namely, inboard, outboard, and stern drive. Some of the major boat types in which marine composites are used include yachts, catamarans, racing boats, bass boats, and runabouts.

    The yacht is the largest consumer of marine composites in the marine industry. In yachts, marine composites are used in deck fittings, rudders, hulls, swim ladders, and masts. Carbon fiber based composites are mostly used to manufacture mast or rudderstock components, or entire boats. Currently, more than 90% yachts are made of glass fiber based composites.

    North America is estimated to be the largest market for marine composites during the forecast period

    North America is projected to lead the global marine composites market during the forecast period due to the presence of a large number of power boat manufacturers in the region. Demand for recreational boats is the highest in the North American region due to the high spending power in the region. The strong economy continues to bolster new boat sales and expenditure on boating in the region. Europe is the second largest market due to the presence of large marine composite manufacturers, driven by the high demand for boats in the region. The Asia Pacific marine composites market is expected to grow at the highest CAGR due to the new contracts awarded to cruise ship builders and increasing demand for recreational boats in the region due to rising sporting activities. This is supported by countries, such as Japan, South Korea, and China.

    Some of the key players in the marine composites market include Owens Corning (US), Toray Industries, Inc. (Japan), SGL Group (Germany), Cytec Solvay Group (US), and Teijin (Japan). These players have adopted various organic and inorganic strategies over the last 5 years to achieve growth in the marine composites market.

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  • inempire
    20.05.2022 - 9 hours ago

    How You Position Furniture

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  • terryspear
    20.05.2022 - 9 hours ago

    Just When...

    Just When…

    You thought you had the bath to yourself. Been busy this morning trimming up trees. Back to work on the story. I FINALLY made my tea. I’ve tried for 2 hours–getting distracted, water grows cold, reheat water. I finally made myself stay in the kitchen, empty the dishwasher, and voila, I have my thermos of hot tea. Have a super fine day! Terry “Giving new meaning to the term alpha male where…

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  • michaelgogins
    20.05.2022 - 10 hours ago

    A Way of Composing

    Here I will explain the underlying method to my madness.

    I start with the mathematics. It needs to generate complex structure that can be changed by varying numerical parameters. It's often useful to use a recursive algorithm that approaches a fractal structure as the number of iterations increases.

    Such generative mathematics generally reflects processes in Nature that produce fractal-like patterns, like the patterns on sea shells or the branching of plants.

    Generally speaking, how to set the parameters in order to obtain a desired result is more or less opaque. This is well-known as "the inverse problem."

    As we will see, far from this being a fault of the method, it is a virtue. In this way, and only in this way, we can generate scores that we would not actually be able to imagine. And that's kind of the whole point.

    Now the question, how can such an opaque method be used to compose good music? It is difficult but by no means impossible, and there are general principles.

    The parameters generally have a global effect on the final structure, that is, on the generated score.

    So, pick one parameter and change it, then listen to the result. Change it again, and listen to the second result. Then, choose the result that you prefer. Make more changes and listen more times. Eventually you will have a parameter that is optimal -- a sweet spot in the parameter space.

    Pick another parameter and change it in the same way, until you have a second sweet spot. During this process, the effect of your first parameter will probably change, so go back to the first parameter and search again for the "sweet spot."

    This can be repeated for any number of parameters, but it is a tedious process and does not make sense for more than a few parameters.

    This procedure amounts to a sort of binary search through a set of possible parameter values so large that a linear search is simply out of the question. But a binary search is far more efficient than a linear search. Furthermore, finding two or three "sweet spots" in a small set of controlling parameters -- each of which has global effects on the entire structure -- can produce a surprisingly large improvement in the musicality of the result.

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  • inempire
    20.05.2022 - 12 hours ago

    Mother Nature Rains To Water The Trees

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  • cauthonj
    20.05.2022 - 13 hours ago

    The Daily Prompt: May 20, 2022

    The Daily Prompt: May 20, 2022

    Thank you for checking out today’s daily prompt. Come back tomorrow for a brand new prompt, or if you want all the prompts for the month in advance, sign up for my newsletter.  You will gain access to my Writer’s Resource Library, which contains a prompt calendar for each month, plus many more writing resources.

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