Liquid Menu V2.2
V-2 Turbopump Unit cutaway on display shows some of the pumps' moving parts. The turbopumps forced 128 pounds of alcohol and 159 pounds of liquid oxygen into the V-2's combustion chamber every second. (U.S. Air Force photo)
Liquid Menu v2.2
2 I have been a fan and advocate for all users of the legend series starting with the first (and best). 9.5 / 10 on the first version. You can improve that to 10/10 by putting a strip of electrical tape over the 510 pin and cutting a small circle to screw the mod into. This acts as a gasket to keep liquid out. Which is as I found, the main reason version 1 failed.
Version 2 (large screen in front) I give this a 9/10 with the electric tape hack. Reason is any liquid (water, juice, sweat) on your hands can seep under the screen, much the way a microscope slide pulls water in if you have ever made slides.
Starting in 1930, von Braun attended the Technical University of Berlin, where he assisted Oberth in liquid-fueled rocket motor tests. Von Braun was working on his doctorate when the Nazi Party gained power in Germany. An artillery captain, Walter Dornberger, arranged an Ordnance Department research grant for von Braun, who from then on worked next to Dornberger's existing solid-fuel rocket test site at Kummersdorf. Von Braun's thesis, Construction, Theoretical, and Experimental Solution to the Problem of the Liquid Propellant Rocket (dated 16 April 1934), was kept classified by the German Army and was not published until 1960. By the end of 1934, his group had successfully launched two rockets that reached heights of 2.2 and 3.5 km (1.4 and 2.2 mi).
The A-4 used a 75% ethanol/25% water mixture (B-Stoff) for fuel and liquid oxygen (LOX) (A-Stoff) for oxidizer. The water reduced the flame temperature, acted as a coolant by turning to steam and augmented the thrust, tended to produce a smoother burn, and reduced thermal stress.
The turbopump, rotating at 4000 rpm, forced the alcohol and oxygen into the combustion chamber at 125 liters (33 US gallons) per second, where they were ignited by a spinning electrical igniter. Thrust increased from 8 tons during this preliminary stage whilst the fuel was gravity-fed, before increasing to 25 tons as the turbopump pressurised the fuel, lifting the 13.5 ton rocket. Combustion gases exited the chamber at 2,820 C (5,100 F), and a speed of 2,000 m (6,600 ft) per second. The oxygen to fuel mixture was 1.0:0.85 at 25 tons of thrust, but as ambient pressure decreased with flight altitude, thrust increased until it reached 29 tons. The turbopump assembly contained two centrifugal pumps, one for the alcohol, and one for the oxygen, both connected to a common shaft. Hydrogen peroxide converted to steam, using a sodium permanganate catalyst powered the pump, which delivered 55 kg (121 lb) of alcohol and 68 kg (150 lb) of liquid oxygen per second to a combustion chamber at 1.5 MPa (210 psi).
After the Nazi defeat, German engineers were relocated to the United States, the United Kingdom and the USSR, where they further developed the V-2 rocket for military and civilian purposes. The V-2 rocket also laid the foundation for the liquid fuel missiles and space launchers used later.
The DASH diet features menus with plenty of vegetables, fruits and low-fat dairy products, as well as whole grains, fish, poultry and nuts. It offers limited portions of red meats, sweets and sugary beverages.
Maybe you want to try the DASH diet but aren't quite sure how to incorporate DASH into your own daily menus. To help you get started, here are three days of menus that conform to the DASH plan. Use these menus as a basis for your own healthy meal planning.
What sets Sugar Rush USA apart from other ice cream shops is all dessert combinations offered on our extensive menu. A must try is the Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream which is made in house in our facility. Compliment it with a fresh Sugar Rush Waffle Cone and if you really have a sweet tooth you can INFUSE your Sugar Rush Cone with ONE Topping out of the 33 toppings available on the menu. Our Nitrogen Ice cream is made using a premium cream base which is then flash frozen with food-grade liquid nitrogen to instantly create a perfect scoop, every single time. Toppings are then added, and the luxury dessert is ready to be served.
Unlike most all-in-one liquid cooling manufacturers, we rely on 38mm thick radiators with a high fin density. This allows a larger amount of water to be used in the circuit and significantly increases the cooling surface area.
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The V2 rocket was the world's first large-scale liquid-propellant rocket, developed between 1936 and 1942 in Nazi Germany. It is regarded as a revolutionary breakthrough in rocket technology, with the use of liquid fuel increasing its thrust capabilities and making it the first artificial object to enter space.
Today, liquid-fuel is still the propellant of choice for space missions. The V2 is remembered for its contribution to today's knowledge of distant worlds, but its origins and contributions to warfare aren't forgotten.
The Menu's HTML markup is structurally divided into two parts: HTML for the Top Menu Bar itself:Home
ddlevelsmenu.setup("ddtopmenubar", "topbar") //ddlevelsmenu.setup("mainmenuid", "topbarsidebar")The first chunk defines the HTML for the primary menu, whether it's a Top or Side Menu. Customize as desired, but at a minimum, it should contain:
which initializes the menu by binding everything together when the page loads. The 2nd parameter should be either "topbar" or "sidebar". This value dictates whether the first drop down menu drops beneath or to the right of the primary menu.
Moving on is the HTML for each drop down menu with IDs that must correspond to those specified in the "rel" attributes above. Each drop down should consist of a structurally valid HTML list, nested if it contains sub menus. Below is the HTML for the first drop down menu referenced above (rel="ddsubmenu1"):
The CSS class "ddsubmenustyle" added to the drop down menu above styles it so it's absolutely positioned and hidden initially on the page. Levels are added to particular menu items simply by nesting HTML lists. If you're not handy withHTML lists, now's a good time to brush up on things, as the HTML for each drop down must be a structurally valid HTML list in order for the script to behave properly.
Note that the enableslide option (a v3.0 option) only works when the enableswipe is also set to true. The last httpsiframesrc option is only applicable if the menu is run on a secure (https) page. In that case, set this option to a *blank* page *within* the secure area to prevent an IE security prompt.
All Levels Menu whether in "horizontal" or "vertical side bar" mode converts into a mobile optimized full page side menu when the desired criteria is matched. The following screenshot shows the conversion for the horizontal version of the menu:
As you can see, when the threshold is met, the regular menu disappears altogether, replaced by a drawer icon that when clicked on activates a side menu that slides in from the left edge of the browser.
Before anything else you'll want to set the threshold when the user's environment is considered to be in "mobile", so the mobile version of the menu is activated. Inside ddlevelsmenu.js, modify the line:
The most common decision to make is whether to use max-width ormax-device-width- the former means the value set applies to both desktop and mobile browsers, while the later limits the resulting match to only mobile devices, with desktop browsers always showing the regular menu.
For each instance of your primary menu, it should be accompanied with a mobile menu toggler (hidden by default) to toggle the mobile version of the menu when the conditions are met. By default the toggler markup looks like this:
The ID of the toggler needs to follow this convention in order for the script to properly show and hide it based on the visibility of the mobile menu itself. You can place the toggle anywhere on your page you see fit.
The style of the mobile menu toggler is controlled by the assigned CSS class "animateddrawer", whose style definitions can be found near the bottom of "ddlevelsmenu-mobile.css" under "Animated Drawer icon (horizontal mobile menu toggler) CSS". 041b061a72