Search results “Form design principles of” for the 2011
Principles of Design: From Shape to Rhythym | P. Allen Smith Classics
Allen discusses two of his 12 principles of design and how they are applied at the Garden Home Retreat and how they can be translated to other gardens. Focusing on Shape and Form, plus Texture, Pattern, and Rhythym.
Views: 1834 ehowhome
Slipform Stone Masonry (sample clips from the DVD)
Want to build a stone house? It's easier than you might think! http://www.hopspress.com/Books/Living_Homes.htm http://www.hopspress.com/Videos/Stone_Masonry_Video.htm Slipform Stone Masonry brings to life the nuts-and-bolts of the slipforming process featured in Tom's book Living Homes: Stone Masonry, Log, and Strawbale Construction. Slipforming is the process of using forms on both sides of the wall as a guide for the stonework. The forms are filled with stone and concrete, then "slipped" up the walls to form the subsequent levels. Slipforming makes stone work easy even for the novice. In this unique video, Thomas J. Elpel and Robert Taylor build an insulated workshop out of stone, demonstrating the building process from site excavation right through to putting the roof on and finishing the inside. Working through the month of June in Montana, they brave the rain and snow, gusting winds, searing heat and stunning rainbows to bring this project to fruition. The video is designed as a companion to Living Homes. The principles of design and construction are out-lined in the book, enabling the reader to create dwellings customized to their own unique situations. In this video you will see just one application of those principles, but in vivid detail from start to finish. With both the book and the video you too will be able to design and build in a way that is completely unique to your own Vision. DVD. November 2001. 1 hr. 50 min. http://www.hopspress.com
Views: 1292051 Thomas J Elpel
How To Think Like An Architect: The Design Process
Santa Barbara architect Barry Berkus takes us through the process he used to design the Padaro Lane Residence in Southern California. He demonstrates his conceptual design process through a series of raw drawings and diagrams, along with a detailed explanation of the site conditions, and client needs. This preliminary diagramming stage is a necessary first step in creating a functional, and well thought out design. http://www.b3architects.com https://www.facebook.com/B3Architects http://www.linkedin.com/pub/barry-berkus/46/526/89a
Views: 1438077 Barry Berkus
How To Think Like An Architect: Designing From Nature
Santa Barbara based architect Barry Berkus demonstrates how nature can inspire design. This video short captures the raw beginnings of the thought process that goes into creating an architectural form out of an inspired piece. http://www.b3architects.com https://www.facebook.com/B3Architects http://www.linkedin.com/pub/barry-berkus/46/526/89a
Views: 255476 Barry Berkus
The Science of Ship Design
Professor Fred Stern of the University of Iowa College of Engineering describes the new $4.9 million wave basin facility at the University of Iowa's research campus. This wave basin will be used by Stern and his colleagues in UI's Ship Hydrodynamics Research Group to further develop the simulation software called CFDSHIP-IOWA that they have developed for the United States Office of Naval Research to aid in the ship design process. The UI Ship Hydrodynamics Research Group is a program of IIHR- Hydroscience & Engineering, one of the nation's preeminent institutes for the study of fluid mechanics, air and water resources, and environmental hydraulics. to learn more: http://iihr.uiowa.edu
Views: 136621 University of Iowa
Optics Tutorial - 2 - Lens and focusing basics
Introduction to focusing light: 1) Spherical surface refraction 2) Anatomy of a lens (and a mirror) 3) Focal length 4) Sign of the focal length 5) Computing a "thin lens" focal length 6) Lens bending (introduction for later describing aberration balancing) Homework can be found at: http://www.opticsrealm.com/tutorials-and-videos/geometric-optics-video-lecture/tutorial-2---lens-and-focusing-basics
Views: 151123 opticsrealm
How To Think Like An Architect: Improving Design
Santa Barbara Architect Barry Berkus demonstrates how he would remodel a space in order to improve the design. He illustrates this process through a series of quick drawings and diagrams, along with detailed explanations of the current conditions, and client needs. http://www.b3architects.com https://www.facebook.com/B3Architects http://www.linkedin.com/pub/barry-berkus/46/526/89a
Views: 355906 Barry Berkus
"Elements of Design" - 1 - Line
"The Elements of Design" ~ John Meehan (Originally "The Elements") Michael McGlothlin, Visual Design
Views: 813 Michael McGlothlin
Principles of Art Movie
This video will give information on four of the essential principles of design
Views: 34632 mrherrart
Shapes and Forms - the Difference Between Them - iPad Animation HD
An animation clip showing the difference between 'Shape' and 'Form'. Design Journal SOS: http://designjournalsos.blogspot.com/ main blog: http://www.bigcowdesigns.blogspot.com/ Created with Animation Creator HD for Apple iPad!
Principles of Tai Chi [Part 4] - Core Form Practice
Core Yang style Tai Chi form.
Views: 1506 TangoraTaiChi
Passive House Principles
Energyquarter.ie has teamed up with the Passive House Academy to produce this "Passive House Principles" video. This is the first of our series which explores the practical applications of Passive House design and construction for residential properties. Please join us over the coming months as we develop the principles in more depth through the series.
Views: 55239 Energy Quarter
Designing Firefox - Alex Faaborg
In this video Principal Designer at Mozilla, Alex Faaborg, provides a comprehensive review of the mission, philosophy, and specific heuristics that have guided Firefox's visual and interactive design through versions 3 and 4. Presented at PARC on the eve of Firefox 4's launch, Alex opens with a discussion of net neutrality, the underlying ideological roots of the PC industry, and Mozilla's mission to protect the Web. User Experience design principles covered include: external consistency, protecting cognitive flow, designing an iconic form, visual hierarchy, landmarks, efficiency of use, selective visual variables, creating a visually consistent conceptual model, leveraging spatial memory, and utilizing usage metrics to streamline and refactor a UI.
Views: 6531 Alex Faaborg
Industrial Design: "American Look" 1958 General Motors Populuxe Classic Film
Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/jeffquitney see also: American Thrift 1962 Chevrolet https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=suuXxJIyk6I more at http://quickfound.net/ "The definitive Populuxe film on 1950s automotive, industrial, interior and architectural design." Originally a public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archive, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and equalization. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Industrial_design Wikipedia license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ Industrial design is the use of a combination of applied art and applied science to improve the aesthetics, ergonomics, and usability of a product, but it may also be used to improve the product's marketability and production. The role of an industrial designer is to create and execute design solutions for problems of form, usability, physical ergonomics, marketing, brand development, and sales. The first use of the term "industrial design" is often attributed to the designer Joseph Claude Sinel in 1919 (although he himself denied this in interviews), but the discipline predates 1919 by at least a decade. Its origins lie in the industrialization of consumer products. For instance the Deutscher Werkbund, founded in 1907 and a precursor to the Bauhaus, was a state-sponsored effort to integrate traditional crafts and industrial mass-production techniques, to put Germany on a competitive footing with England and the United States... Notable industrial designers A number of industrial designers have made such a significant impact on culture and daily life that they have attained a level of notability beyond that of an average designer. Alvar Aalto, renowned as an architect, also designed a significant number of household items, such as chairs, stools, lamps, a tea-cart, and vases. Raymond Loewy was a prolific American designer who is responsible for the Royal Dutch Shell corporate logo, the original BP logo (in use until 2000), the PRR S1 steam locomotive, the Studebaker Starlight (including the later iconic bulletnose), as well as Schick electric razors, Electrolux refrigerators, short-wave radios, Le Creuset French ovens, and a complete line of modern furniture, among many other items. Richard A. Teague, who spent most of his career with the American Motor Company, originated the concept of using interchangeable body panels so as to create a wide array of different vehicles using the same stampings. He was responsible for such unique automotive designs as the Pacer, Gremlin, Matador coupe, Jeep Cherokee, and the complete interior of the Eagle Premier. Viktor Schreckengost designed bicycles manufactured by Murray bicycles for Murray and Sears, Roebuck and Company. With engineer Ray Spiller, he designed the first truck with a cab-over-engine configuration, a design in use to this day. Schreckengost also founded The Cleveland Institute of Art's school of industrial design. Charles and Ray Eames were most famous for their unique furniture design, such as the Eames Lounge Chair Wood and Eames Lounge Chair. Another example is German industrial designer Dieter Rams, who is closely associated with the consumer products company Braun (where he worked until 1995) and the Functionalist school of industrial design. He is famous for his "ten principles to good design", in addition to designing many iconic products at Braun. More recently, Jonathan Ive, the Senior Vice President of Design at Apple Inc., is credited for designing products for the company, which has a strong philosophy in aesthetics. His designs include the iPod and iPhone... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Googie_architecture Googie architecture is a form of modern architecture, a subdivision of futurist architecture influenced by car culture and the Space and Atomic Ages. Originating in Southern California during the late 1940s and continuing approximately into the mid-1960s, Googie-themed architecture was popular among motels, coffee houses and gas stations. The school later became widely known as part of the Mid-Century modern style, elements of which represent the populuxe aesthetic, as in Eero Saarinen's TWA Flight Center. The term "Googie" comes from a now defunct coffee shop and cafe built in West Hollywood. Features of Googie include upswept roofs, curvaceous, geometric shapes, and bold use of glass, steel and neon. Googie was also characterized by Space Age designs depicting motion, such as boomerangs, flying saucers, atoms and parabolas, and free-form designs such as "soft" parallelograms and an artist's palette motif. These stylistic conventions represented American society's fascination with Space Age themes and marketing emphasis on futuristic designs. As with the Art Deco style of the 1930s, Googie became less valued...
Views: 54257 Jeff Quitney
How To Think Like An Architect: Designing From Organic Form
Santa Barbara architect Barry Berkus shows us how an organic form can provide inspiration for designing and drawing a building. Berkus demonstrates his preliminary thought process, producing the raw and unrefined drawings that begin the conceptual stages of design. http://www.b3architects.com https://www.facebook.com/B3Architects http://www.linkedin.com/pub/barry-berkus/46/526/89a
Views: 801193 Barry Berkus
Elements of Design - 2 - Shape
"Elements of Design" by John Meehan (Originally "The Elements") Movement 2 - "Shape" Visual Design by Michael McGlothlin,
Views: 333 Michael McGlothlin
Look Inside: A Fiber Artist's Guide to Color & Design - The basics & beyond
Buy online: https://bit.ly/2wB4qET About the Book: Be ready to be wowed! In 208 pages with hundreds of photos, fiber art examples and illustrations, fiber artist, author and teacher Heather Thomas invites you to begin a new journey into classic color theory and the principles of design for fiber artists and beyond. Heather knows that color is learned experientially. In addition to understanding the language of color and design theory, 12 Workshop Lessons provide you with project goals and guidelines, fabulous visuals, clearly-written text and full explanation of color wheels and color charts. You'll learn and apply: * Color Terminology * Color Scale * Color Value * Color dominance * Color Temperature * Complex Colors * Color Intensity and Saturation, Harmony and Rhythm * Design Elements * Line, Shape, Blending, Form * Texture, Size and Scale * Design Principles * Contrast, Balance, Unity * Variety, Repetition, Emphasis and much, much more!
Views: 866 LandauerPublishing
Mercedes-Benz Using Nature's Organic Forms in Design
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Views: 1190 The Auto Channel
Inspiration - Contemporary Design Method in Architecture, by Mark Mückenheim and Juliane Demel
Book publication by BIS Publishers Amsterdam Check out the new video at: http://youtu.be/WB4BKCaKuKI About the book: Inspiration -- contemporary design methods in architecture by Mark Mückenheim and Juliane Demel is a comprehensive compilation of work samples and ideas on design and gestalt, on illustration and graphic configurations, on textures and structures, on form and spatial development all of which are mostly related to architectural design but can as well be applied to other related fields. More than 800 examples of abstract design works relate to architectural design methods and principles that find their ground in the work of contemporary architectural design practice. The book provides a comprehensive overview of current design methods and techniques that are highly applicable in the field of architecture. The book showcases hundreds of examples, models, sketches, and renderings of abstract architectural design applications within dozens of different methodologies. Apart from this substantial body of work, the documentation and the description of the processes behind them gives a great inside into the generation of these design works. BIS Publishers Hard Cover 274 Pages over 800 Images in Color and Black and White Englisch ISBN-10: 9063692676 ISBN-13: 978-9063692674 Dimensions: 12 x 9.7 x 1.2 inches 30.5 x 24.6 x 3 cm Buy on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Inspiration-Contemporary-Design-Method-Architecture/dp/9063692676 Music by: Mux Mool - Wax Rose Saturday (Remux Edit) from the Wax Rose Saturday EP (Ghostly International / Moodgadget Records) http://ghostly.com/artists/mux-mool
Views: 2511 MCKNHM Architekten
Boat Hull Design Concepts
Key concepts of boat hull design include: The supporting force of the water or "buoyancy" must be greater than the weight of the boat. The thrust from the propulsion system has to overcome the "drag" of the water. Also, the weight has to be evenly distributed around the "center of buoyancy". Making the most of Concurrent Engineering - http://www.ptc.com/go/ce-tips
Views: 52353 engineeringdotcom
Richard Meier (architect) on 'What is good design?'
American Architect Richard Meier talks to mydeco.com about what makes a design great. What is good design? "Great design is something which has a longevity to it, because it's an appreciation of what it is. I think there is a lot of great design, not only in architecture, in product design. Well the nice thing about doing products is, I make a sketch, we draw it up and in a few months hopefully we get a prototype. With architecture it goes on for two years, three years, ten years! So, in a sense this is instant gratification." Richard Meier
Views: 16809 mydeco
7 principles that make your website more engaging
Seven principles to make your website more engaging - principles of Persuasion, Emotion, and Trust (PET). http://www.humanfactors.com/training/pet.asp
Sculptures Elements Video
This video accompanies the textbook Perceiving the Arts, which I use to teach a class at Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, IA.
Views: 7536 drhanson5339
Removable Partial Denture - Reviewing design and how to draw
Here is a basic overview of an RPD that I treatment planned - and - how to draw it on the lab rx.
Views: 80551 All Things Dentistry
Dan Winter - Life-Force Design and Sacred Geometry in Architecture
Dan Winter Life-Force Design and Sacred Geometry in Architecture LIFE FORM CONFERENCE, Coed Hills, Wales, Oct. 2009
Views: 37995 flashguru1970
Visual Design is important F.A.C.T.
Visual design matters... F = First Impressions A = Attractive Works Better C = Crediblity T = Trust First Impressions; "Web users form first impressions of web pages in as little as 50 milliseconds (1/20th of a second)" From "Attention Web Designers"; Behaviour & Information Technology, 2006" by Gitte Lindgaard, Gary Fernandes, Cathy Dudek and J Brown. Attractive Works Better; "Aestectically pleasing designs are often percieved as being easier to use." From the "Mental Notes" Card Deck created by Stephen P. Anderson Credibility; "People will make initial assessments of the credibility of computing technology based on firsthand inspection of surface traits like layout." From "Persuasive Technology: Using Computers to Change What We Think and Do" by B. J. Fogg Trust "People use look and feel as their first indicator of trust" From "100 Things Every Designer Needs to Know About People" by Susan M. Weinschenk ------------------------------------- Mojoleaf.com is a free web app that lets you find out what people really think of your design the first time they see it. It is based on the Microsoft Reaction Card Method. Why not give it a try?
Views: 212 Mike Clarke
How does color, texture and form affect garden design
How does color, texture and form affect garden design Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=videojugdiygardening Check Out Our Channel Page: http://www.youtube.com/user/videojugdiygardening Like Us On Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/videojug Follow Us On Twitter! http://www.twitter.com/videojug Watch This and Other Related films here: http://www.videojug.com/tag/diy-and-home
Views: 89 Deco Bliss
TEDxBelgrade - Branko Lukic - Nonobject dizajn
Nonobject dizajn Nonobject design Branko Lukić Jul 2010, TEDxBelgrade - xCHANGE IDEAS NONOBJECT dizajn je nastao iz preseka odnosa između proizvoda i korisnika. Stvara se prostor gde dizajn jednostavnih proizvoda postaje upečatljiv: dublje značenje, svrsishodnost i potpuno ostvaren osećaj proizvoda u čulima korisnika. Dok se tradicionalni dizajn bavi principima forme i funkcije, NONOBJECT dizajn teži da očara, osvetli, transformiše i inspiriše. Nonobject omogućava konzumentu da prepozna svakodnevnicu budućnosti kao i značenje nezamislivog, da stopi fizičko i virtuelno i da razvije priču i strategiju koje izgrađuju jedan brend, takođe da redefiniše kategorije i na kraju da transformiše kompanije. NONOBJECT design was born from the intersection of relationships between a user and a product. This space encompasses the critical design intangibles that turn ordinary products into the remarkable: deeper meanings, sense of purpose, and fully realized user experiences. Where traditional design has been concerned primarily with the principles of form and function, NONOBJECT seeks to delight, to illuminate, to transform, and to inspire. Nonobject helps clients to find the future of the everyday and the meaning of the unimagined, to seamlessly blend the physical and the digital, and to develop the stories and the strategies that build brand, redefine categories, and transform companies.
Views: 1179 TEDx Talks
Shape vs form
Shape vs form
Views: 666 PS Pfeif
In this video: Derek Ouyang, Stanford 2013 Course: Form, Space, and Order #4
Views: 1272 AcabeeOrg
Principles to follow -- while designing a Dashboard - Part 2 (in Urdu)
This screencast is part two of design principles. http://www.screenr.com/Rpy
Views: 55 excelurduvideos
Shape and form by Multi-Cultural Art Workshops, part 1
An exploration of the variations of shape: which is by definition a flat consistency of the definite outline, and form: which is the consistency that occupy space
Views: 166 mcartworkshops
POP Pilates for Beginners - Total Body Workout
Follow the Beginner's Workout Calendar! http://bit.ly/beginnerscalendar http://www.facebook.com/blogilates Cassey takes you through a Pilates workout for beginners. You will work your abs, your legs, and your arms. Principles such as proper breathing, posture, and form are explained in a very detailed manner, so this is also a great exercise video for people trying to understand Pilates basics. Follow me on twitter: http://www.twitter.com/blogilates Fan me on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/blogilates Read my blog: http://www.blogilates.com Shop my designs: http://www.ogorgeous.com Cassey Ho is an award-winning fitness instructor, entrepreneur and online personality. As the creator behind Blogilates, the #1 female fitness channel on YouTube, she’s transformed millions of lives through helping them achieve their strength and weight-loss goals. She focuses on making fitness fun and the results are evident. Cassey's unique format, POP Pilates©, which launched as a workout video on YouTube in 2009, has become a live fitness class that can be taken at gyms all over the world with over 3,000 POP Pilates classes being taught monthly. Her authenticity continues to shine through, making her one of the most relatable fitness icons online and beyond. She's also the author of the best-selling book, Hot Body Year Round and is the designer of her own activewear line, POPFLEX. With a wide range of free workout videos available, Cassey's channel focuses on ab exercises, butt & thigh exercises, arm exercises, pilates, cardio routines, fat burning workouts, high intensity interval training workouts (HIIT), stretching and flexibility routines and so much more!
Views: 11085437 blogilates
Cars: engine power and transmission - 3D animation
The physical principles behind car gears. Visit my homepage, http://www.zutopedia.com/udia.html, or read about my latest book http://www.zutopedia.com This video offers an unusual perspective to the relation between engine power, RPM and acceleration. Some comments: 1) Torque - a gear of radius R that exerts force F is said to have a torque of T=R*F. Engines do not produce force per se, but torque. So if the engine produces a torque of T, and that is transmitted unchanged to a gear of radius R, you a get a force of T/R. The video offers an alternative view, where the relation between RPM, power and accelartion is explained without torques. See more about torques in this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sm4pV3xyJRE 2) Efficiency - this video assumes and ideal world with 100% efficiency. No energy is wasted on friction or any other mechanical losses. 3) Another simplifying assumption is that the engine produces a constant torque, and thus a constant force. As mentioned in one of the comments in the end, this is not the case with real engines. In most engines the torque rises as RPM rises, peaks at some RPM, and then starts to fall. Because of that the power does not steadily increase with RPM. It increases in the beginning, and continues to increase a little bit after the torque peaks. Then as the torque starts to dimish significantly, the power reduces as well. 4) Measurments - here are the measurments used in the simulation: 16 teeth gear radius: 18cm = 0.6 ft Force exerted by this gear: 196N = 44.1 lb Car wheel radius: 21cm=0.7 ft Car weight: 352kg = 775 lb 5) The car wheels are slightly bigger than the 16-teeth gear, and this is adds up to the gear ratio effect. In the first car, for example, while the transmission box has a gear ratio of 1:1, the larger wheels cause an overall gear ratio of 1.18:1. This can be seen at time 2:25, where the wheel's power visualization is slightly elongated (a bit more speed and a bit less force).
Views: 488398 udiprod
Linear Elements
In this video: Derek Ouyang, Stanford 2013 Course: Form, Space, and Order #5
Views: 2877 AcabeeOrg
Landscape Concept Design
http://SquareRootLandscape.com A quick glimpse at a Landscape Architect at work creating a residential landscape design concept plan. Music by Carlos Washington and The Giant People "Much Love Intro" from Much Love Tour 2002 http://www.reverbnation.com/carloswashingtongiantpeople)#!/carloswashingtongiantpeople
Views: 161603 SRDS (Video)
Systems Biology Lecture 5
Living cells are a special form of condensed matter, matter that has been optimized by evolution to perform functions. Are there laws of nature that govern living matter, that stem from the 'need' to function? Are there common design-principles shared by living systems and human-made objects that perform functions, such as machines, circuitry and software? This course discusses theoretical concepts and analysis of biological networks. We discuss gene- and protein-circuits as computational devices, and approaches for analysis of large networks. The theoretical discussion, presented by Prof. Uri Alon of the Weizmann Institute of Science, is accompanied by examples of well-studied model systems.
3D Car Animation - Free Car Designing Software - Concept Car
http://blender3d.newunlockedgames.com - Blender is a powerful, professional, and free open source 3D graphics tool! Try it Out For Free Today! If you already have Blender or not really a fan and want to try something different, try Rhino 3D instead. http://rhino3d.newunlockedgames.com - Rhino 3D animation software delivers an end-to-end creative workflow with comprehensive tools for animation, modeling, simulation, visual effects, and So Much More! "No copyright is claimed for this video and to the extent that material may appear to be infringed, I assert that such alleged infringement is permissible under fair use principles in U.S. copyright laws. If you believe material has been used in an unauthorized manner, please contact the poster."
Views: 172630 Loki 3D
Systems Biology Lecture 2
Living cells are a special form of condensed matter, matter that has been optimized by evolution to perform functions. Are there laws of nature that govern living matter, that stem from the 'need' to function? Are there common design-principles shared by living systems and human-made objects that perform functions, such as machines, circuitry and software? This course discusses theoretical concepts and analysis of biological networks. We discuss gene- and protein-circuits as computational devices, and approaches for analysis of large networks. The theoretical discussion is accompanied by examples of well-studied model systems.
ON ergonomic office chair - the next generation of seating
The ergonomic office chair ON® is the achievement of decades of research and development. Aesthetically stunning this product of German design also delivers a dynamic seating experience that boosts the overall health and concentration of the user. Form and function are essential in design, range of movement and comfort are essential for well-being in seating. The ON task chair’s three dimensional movement offers the synergy between these two key principles.
Views: 121504 wilkhahn
Voxdale Boat and Hull Design
Nowadays, advances in software allow engineers to create better designs that make boats more streamlined, lighter, faster and more efficient. For example Voxdale, a design and engineering firm in Belgium, uses advanced modeling software like PTC's Creo Elements/Pro to design boats for its clients. Software allows engineers at Voxdale to not only see how the boats will look in 3D before it's ever manufactured. They're also able to virtually test how it will react in the water using Computational Fluid Dynamics, or CFD. That way engineers can be sure that the boat they've designed not only has great form, but is also optimized for function, before ever built.
Views: 3966 Koen Beyers
Forms in Inventor 2012.avi
Ilogic + Forms in Inventor
Views: 796 srmechanical
Responsibility - The Five Principles of Mars
As individuals, we demand total responsibility from ourselves; as Associates, we support the responsibilities of others. We choose to be different from those corporations where many levels of management dilute personal responsibility. All Associates are asked to take direct responsibility for results, to exercise initiative and judgment and to make decisions as required. By recruiting ethical people well suited to their jobs and trusting them, we ask Associates to be accountable for their own high standards. Click here to learn more about Mars: http://mars.com
Views: 24054 Mars, Incorporated
Systems Biology Lecture 6
Living cells are a special form of condensed matter, matter that has been optimized by evolution to perform functions. Are there laws of nature that govern living matter, that stem from the 'need' to function? Are there common design-principles shared by living systems and human-made objects that perform functions, such as machines, circuitry and software? This course discusses theoretical concepts and analysis of biological networks. We discuss gene- and protein-circuits as computational devices, and approaches for analysis of large networks. The theoretical discussion, presented by Prof. Uri Alon of the Weizmann Institute of Science, is accompanied by examples of well-studied model systems.
Form, Lift, Drag and Propulsion
In the fifth video of the series, emphasis is laid upon the role of boundary-layer separation in modifying the flow pattern and producing longitudinal and lateral components of force on a moving body. Various conditions of separation and methods of separation control are first illustrated. Attention is then given to the distribution of pressure around typical body profiles and its relation to the resulting drag. The concept of circulation introduced in the second film is developed to explain the forces on rotating bodies and the forced vibration of cylin dri cal bodies. Structural failure of unstable sections is demonstrated. http://iihr.uiowa.edu VIDEO TRANSCRIPT: http://www.iihr.uiowa.edu/research/publicatioins-and-media/films-by-hunter-rouse/
Views: 64970 University of Iowa
Point in Field
In this video: Derek Ouyang, Stanford 2013 Course: Form, Space, and Order #2
Views: 1085 AcabeeOrg

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