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*To*: dexter1647@caramail.com, dinosaur@usc.edu*Subject*: Re: Re[1] Froude numbers, GRF*From*: Matthew Savitsky <msavitsky@comcast.net>*Date*: Tue, 05 Mar 2002 23:24:52 -0500*References*: <1015377172023939@caramail.com>*Reply-to*: msavitsky@comcast.net*Sender*: owner-dinosaur@usc.edu

I understand what the speed would be, but I'd like to know what the GRF is for FR < 16. The GRF is necessary to figure out how much of the mass would have to be extensors and therefore whether the speed is possible or not. ----- Original Message ----- From: "dexter dexter" <dexter1647@caramail.com> To: <dinosaur@usc.edu> Sent: Tuesday, March 05, 2002 9:12 PM Subject: Re[1] Froude numbers, GRF << After reading the new rex paper, I've beenconsidering calculating the T value for lower Froude values (such as 4). What would the GRF be for that? >> Scale from that : It says Fr.: 1 at 5 m/sec-1, Tom Holtz says Fr.: 3.8 at 9.1 m/sec-1 and Hutchinson says Fr.: 5 at 11 m/sec-1. That would give about fr.:4 = 9.5-10.0 m/sec-1. (35-36 km/h or 21.5-22 mph). Thomas Miller _________________________________________________________ Le journal des abonnés Caramail - http://www.carazine.com

**References**:**Re[1] Froude numbers, GRF***From:*dexter dexter <dexter1647@caramail.com>

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