John K. Prentice

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This is a note that I just sent to the chairman of a physics department, where freshmen are required to take a programming class offered by the engineering department. That course has traditionally taught Fortran 77, but there is now a push on from the engineering school to switch to teaching C++. As usual, the arguments being mustered revolve around(More)
Uniaxial fatigue testing was performed on different diameters of fine wires made from MP35N. The fatigue limits of the wires differed from each other based on the diameter of the wire. Multiaxial (shear) fatigue testing was also performed on a benchmark coil used to evaluate the fatigue life of all modern pacemaker leads (the CENELEC standard coil). A(More)
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