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Re: Conrod force/acceleration

Here's the scoop.

If I had 5 minutes, a piece of paper, and the ability to wave my hands
so you could see what I was doing, I could explain to you the
velocity, position, force, etc. that the piston and con rod are
throughout the cycle.  

Since I don't, anyone who really wants to know should contact the nearest
physics teacher (high school or college) and make an appointment with 
him/her.  They can do the same explanation as I and you will understand.
(It may help if they are also up on their calculus.)

Text does no suffice and I have deleted a lot of messages that tried but
you just can't do physics justice with 26 letters and 10 digits.

Hope all who seek understanding find it.

Paul Anderson: Private email AndersonPaul@juno.com

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