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The Lift GUI


Remind me: The previous record for a clean and jerk in a CrossFit competition was co-held by Australian Jake Douglas who lifted 387 pounds on day 1 of the 2019 Down Under CrossFit Championship and Tola Morakinyo who hit that number at the 2017 CrossFit Games.




The Lift GUI



The bottom line: The fact that Malheiros can take months off from lifting and return to the floor to not only set the clean and jerk record, but also set a personal best is a testament to his superhuman levels of strength, power and speed.


Microraptor gui, a four-winged dromaeosaur from the Early Cretaceous of China, provides strong evidence for an arboreal-gliding origin of avian flight. It possessed asymmetric flight feathers not only on the manus but also on the pes. A previously published reconstruction shows that the hindwing of Microraptor supported by a laterally extended leg would have formed a second pair of wings in tetrapteryx fashion. However, this wing design conflicts with known theropod limb joints that entail a parasagittal posture of the hindlimb. Here, we offer an alternative planform of the hindwing of Microraptor that is concordant with its feather orientation for producing lift and normal theropod hindlimb posture. In this reconstruction, the wings of Microraptor could have resembled a staggered biplane configuration during flight, where the forewing formed the dorsal wing and the metatarsal wing formed the ventral one. The contour feathers on the tibia were positioned posteriorly, oriented in a vertical plane for streamlining that would reduce the drag considerably. Leg feathers are present in many fossil dromaeosaurs, early birds, and living raptors, and they play an important role in flight during catching and carrying prey. A computer simulation of the flight performance of Microraptor suggests that its biplane wings were adapted for undulatory "phugoid" gliding between trees, where the horizontal feathered tail offered additional lift and stability and controlled pitch. Like the Wright 1903 Flyer, Microraptor, a gliding relative of early birds, took to the air with two sets of wings.


Traffic management of heterogeneous robot fleets is non-trivial. One of thechallenges with coordinated management arises from varying semantics ininformation models used across fleets. Representations of waypoints, lanes,charging/docking stations, restricted zones, infrastructure systems such asdoors & lifts, among others, are subject to vendor's discretion. However,standardized conventions that convey the capabilities and intentions of fleetsin a shared facility are quintessential for planning. Multi-agent participantsin other modes of transportation such as roadways collectively adhere to a setof rules and conventions which minimize chaos. More importantly, they allow fora new participant to readily integrate into the system by following theprescribed rules. Existing agents can accommodate the new participant as itsbehavior is apparent.


While lifts that move between levels are now supported in the traffic_editor, the demo_mock_floor_name and demo_mock_lift_name properties were originally engineered to showcase shared lift access in a single floor demonstration environment with a "mock" lift that receives lift commands and transmits lift states but does not actually move between any different floors in a building.However, as there may be interest in such functionality for testing single-floor hardware setups that seek to emulate multi-floor scenarios, these properties were retained.


If the robot is to travel from waypoint 1 to waypoint 3, the rmf_fleet_adapter will request for the "mock lift" to arrive at L1 when the robot approaches waypoint 1.With confirmation of the "lift" at L1 and its doors in "open" state, the robot will be instructed to move into the "lift" to waypoint 2.Once the "lift" indicates that it has reached L3, the robot will exit along lane b toward waypoint 3.


Lifts are integral resources that are shared between humans and robot fleets in multi-level facilities.To add a lift to a building, click the Add button in the lifts tab in the Sidebar.A dialog box with various configurable properties will load.It is essential to specify the Name, Reference level and the X&Y coordinates (pixel units) of its cabin center.A yaw (radians) may further be added to orient the lift as desired.The width and depth of the cabin (meters) can also be customized.Lifts can be designed to have multiple cabin doors which may open at more than one level.To add a cabin door, click the Add button in the box below the cabin image.Each cabin door requires a name along with positional and orientational information.Here, the X&Y coordinates are relative to the cabin center.


After adding the lift, we would also wish to let our robots to transverse through the lift.To achieve that, the user needs to create vertices/waypoints which are located within the lift cabin on each floor.Once done, connect the waypoint within the lift cabin to other vertices via add_lane.


This Matlab GUI helps compute the coefficient of lift for a rotating sphere with roughness. Inside the GUI calculator you can change the roughness and the angular speed. The angular speed can be changed by changing the w*D/(2*U) from values of 1-4, where w is the angular speed, D is the Diameter and U is the free stream velocity. This non-dimensional number, w*D/(2*U) , was chosen because of its use in computing the coefficient of lift for smooth spheres. The roughness is units of meters and can be changed in the bottom left corner of the GUI, with specific commonly intervals.This coefficient of lift is computed for Reynolds number of 60,000.The data collected for this calculator was gathered through several tests in Star CCM*. Then equations of best fit were used to plot the equation for the coefficient of lift.


The Aiguille du Midi is the highest mountain peak served by an aerial lift system. The name translates literally to "Needle of the Mid-day". The mountain lies to the south-east of Chamonix and when viewed from in front of the church it indicates that it is noon when the sun passes over its summit.


The Aiguille du Midi cable car leaves from the centre of Chamonix Town (1035m) up to the summit of the Aiguile du Midi (3842m). You can see here the Aiguille du Midi Cable Car opening closing dates and times and summer - winter prices for the Aiguille du Midi lift, Montenvers train and the Panoramic Mont Blanc cable car to Point Helbronner.


The Aiguille du Midi cable car holds the world record for the highest vertical ascent: 2807m (from 1035m to 3842m). This is the closest you can get to the Mont Blanc on a lift system. From here, there is no cable car to the summit of Mont Blanc.


Even from a strictly IT perspective, lift-and-shift rehosting can be costly. Andreessen Horowitz found enterprises typically spend 20% more on public-cloud infrastructure than expected because they underestimate the amount of capacity needed.


CIOs can be forgiven for seeking quick wins with lift and shift. This approach can be done quickly and without undue workforce burden. It avoids having to rethink a legacy patchwork of often brittle IT systems. It requires little buy-in or involvement from business stakeholders.


Lift and shift clearly falls short. A farsighted cloud transition must happen in concert with business-process transformation. Rather than lift and shift, enterprises must lift, transform, and shift. In other words, the move to the cloud should involve a reassessment of not only the IT operating model, but also the business operating model.


This tutorial gives an overview of the physical phenomena of lift and dragand how they are implemented in Gazebo in the LiftDragPlugin. After thistutorial, you will be able to simulate aerodynamic robots.


Fluid mechanics is the study of the forces on or due to liquids and gases.Solving fluid mechanics problems is complex, and a trulyfaithful simulation of fluid mechanics would be computationally prohibitive.Thus, Gazebo simulates the forces on an object immersed in a fluid and appliesthe forces to the object's links directly. In particular, the phenomena of liftand drag are instrumental to underwater and aerodynamic vehicles.


The critical angle of attack is the angle at which the alpha-lift curve reachesits maximum. Stall is defined as the period after the critical angle of attack,when lift coefficient decreases as a function of angle of attack.


The LiftDragPlugin makes an important assumption about therelationship between angle of attack (or alpha) and lift coefficient.Instead of a smooth curve, the alpha/lift coefficient curve is simplifiedas two lines.


Note in this example, the airfoil has non-zero camber, and has a netpositive lift at zero angle of attack. To obtain equivalent representationusing the current Gazebo LiftDragPlugin plugin parameters, shift the entirecurve to the right such that the zero lift point corresponds to zeroangle of attack. And we can label the original zero angle of attacklocation as a0 in the shifted curve, i.e. a0 is 5 degrees.Also shift the stall angle accordingly, i.e. alpha_stall is now19.2 degrees.


Note without simulating induced drag, the airfoil forward direction indicates the intended forward flight direction of the airfoil parallel to the chord line, and the upward direction is the direction perpendicular to the forward direction towards the lifting direction corresponding to positive angle of attack. By convention, Drag is opposite of the inertial velocity of the body, and lift is perpendicular to drag direction towards positive angle of attack.The reference plane is spanned by the vector and the spanwise direction vector (where spanwise direction = cross ).


Lastly, the center of pressure is defined as an offset in the parent link frame. This is where the free stream velocity is measured, as well as where the computed lift, drag forces and moments are applied. See plot below: 041b061a72


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