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Dynamic and static mass/potential and kinetic energy ratios


Angus_Rankine
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Hi guys and gals. 

Currently doing my L4 and wondering if anyone has any resources for looking at mass/energy ratios. The information provided by the college has been OK, but just after some more information to pad my assignment out a bit as I am currently working on a resubmission. 

I've found a few articles online, but just wondering if anyone who's possibly looked at this doing the L4 found anything useful. 

Cheers! 

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15 hours ago, AA Teccie (Paul) said:

Maybe worth a look here (also available as an e-book) - maybe the college(?) has a copy

 

 

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Thank you. It was about potential/kinetic energy and dynamic and static mass.. More Shigo-esq stuff. I managed to find some more papers and get the assignment in. Thanks anyway :) 

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2 hours ago, Angus_Rankine said:

Thank you. It was about potential/kinetic energy and dynamic and static mass.. More Shigo-esq stuff. I managed to find some more papers and get the assignment in. Thanks anyway :) 

I did find a Texas ISA PowerPoint that used that language but not sure it would have been much help, wasn't super clear. IMHO those terms aren't a particularly helpful way of thinking about individual tree biology - hence our misunderstanding of the question thinking you were talking about rigging!

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