Research Paper On Ball Piston Engine
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Volleyball Serving Improvements
A 5 page paper discussing what parts of anatomy and what actions need to be addressed in achieving improved performance in the service of a volleyball, which is more straightforward than achieving improvement in other areas. Conditions always are consistent in terms of distance to send the ball, where to send the ball and the motions involved in accomplishing a successful serve. Improvements in the results of the serve therefore can focus on the server’s approach to the ball and the level of strength s/he includes in making contact with the ball to initiate its movement. The server soon will determine what level of force applied will result in placing the ball in the desired area of the opposing team’s court without traveling out of bounds. Once these principles are defined in action, ultimate improvement in performance rests on the repetition of practice. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Aircraft Engines and the CFM Engine
A 5 page paper describing and discussing CFM International's family of aircraft engines. The CFM56-2 was the first of the CFM engines. Based on the GE military F101, it entered service in 1982. Each of the CFM56 engines has a focused application. An 8-slide PowerPoint presentation is available. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Comparing Search Engines; Dogpile and Kartoo
This 6 page paper compares two meta search engines, comparing the search features, way that they index results, present results, different features and ownership of the sites. The paper compares an identical search on each engine. The bibliography cites 4 sources.
New Search Engine for the Chinese Market
This 19 page paper proposes a strategy for a new search engine to be launched in China. The paper starts by examining the situation in China, looking at the market and the users, as well as the challenges faced by Google. Using this analysis the potential key characteristics which would enhance the potential success of a new search engine in the country are identified and discussed. The paper ends with recommendations. The bibliography cites 10 sources.