TWiki 's Brunelleschi web The web for users, groups and offices. TWiki is a Web-Based Collaboration Platform for the Corporate World. en-us Copyright 2011 by contributing authors TWiki Administrator [] The contributing authors of TWiki TWiki Powered by TWiki .Brunelleschi WebMap (last changed by SanjayDastoor) 2011-08-19T01:29:24Z SanjayDastoor HomePage ME122F Spring 2005The art of engineering and the engineering of art in Renaissance Italy This course will cover many of the same subjects as Freshman Seminar ME21N ... (last changed by MarkCutkosky) 2011-07-08T04:50:11Z MarkCutkosky WebPreferences TWiki .Brunelleschi Web Preferences The following settings are web preferences of the TWiki .Brunelleschi web. These preferences overwrite the site ... (last changed by MarkCutkosky) 2011-07-08T04:42:08Z MarkCutkosky GalileoTopics Galileo Galilei ...if a small piece of scantling will carry the weight of ten similar to itself, a large beam having the same proportions will not be able to support ... (last changed by MarkCutkosky) 2011-04-11T02:27:48Z MarkCutkosky PaoloGalluzziMaterials Rise of the Renaissance Engineers From pre 1400s, to Brunelleschi, the Sienese engineers and finally da Vinci Interview with Paolo Galluzzi concerning Art of Invention ... (last changed by MarkCutkosky) 2011-04-05T04:21:32Z MarkCutkosky LeaningTowerTapeNotes Fall of the Leaning Tower Notes on the tape In what ways was Pisa in the 1300s like Florence in the 1400s? In what ways different? How much did the builders ... (last changed by MarkCutkosky) 2011-03-30T05:57:32Z MarkCutkosky CutkoskyNotebook Cutkosky Notebook for Brunelleschi Web You are welcome to use this page as a template for your own Notebook page. Nov 25 2006: Sangallo family Getting read ... (last changed by MarkCutkosky) 2011-03-18T04:31:43Z MarkCutkosky BrunelleschiSiteMap Tree of topics in the Brunelleschi web that are underneath the HomePage (uses the TreePlugin installed activated Aug. 19/04 MarkCutkosky) MarkCutkosky 12 Dec ... (last changed by MarkCutkosky) 2011-03-18T04:29:01Z MarkCutkosky SyllabusME122F ME122F the Art of Engineering and the Engineering of Art in Renaissance Italy View all course topics: SiteMapME122F New in the Brunelleschi web? Syllabus ... (last changed by MarkCutkosky) 2011-03-18T04:11:45Z MarkCutkosky CourseMaterialsME21N ME21N Renaissance Machine Design This page now located at server for archiving 11 Nov05 MarkCutkosky View all topics under ME21N Course Materials ... (last changed by MarkCutkosky) 2011-03-18T04:08:39Z MarkCutkosky WebHome The TWiki TM home is at Brunelleschi HomePage TWiki . Web: .WelcomeGuest: Look here first to get you rolling on TWiki ... (last changed by DanAukes) 2010-07-31T07:09:58Z DanAukes LogoutPage To logout of TWiki, click on the logout link below and then click on Cancel when you are prompted for a password. LOGOUT To login again, just click on Edit ... (last changed by DanAukes) 2010-07-31T07:09:58Z DanAukes BibliographyME122F Bibliography for ME122 F Version: 13 March 2005, MarkCutkosky Add new entries by copying and pasting the template (in green below). (Tagyear) Item (e.g. title ... (last changed by MarkCutkosky) 2009-12-31T22:13:25Z MarkCutkosky LanternGear Notes for changes to our own lantern gear Epicycloidal Gearing if the circle rolls on the outside of another circle...this ... (last changed by MarkCutkosky) 2009-05-11T22:48:23Z MarkCutkosky BrunelleschiCastello Brunelleschi's Castello The success of the castello is remarkable given the lack of understanding of the strength of materials at the time... Not until the studies ... (last changed by MarkCutkosky) 2009-05-03T23:10:20Z MarkCutkosky MarbleQuarryingAndTransport Marble Quarrying and Transport It was a big problem, tricky and very expensive. Hence Brunelleschi's ill fated Badalone attempt (ref. Brunelleschi's Dome) and many ... (last changed by MarkCutkosky) 2009-04-30T02:01:36Z MarkCutkosky
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