Nah. Sorry to be a pain and keep this going but I believe it said the voltage measured after the lightbulb was 2V, not that it used 2V. I must have misread it then. Anyone remember / have a paper?Well you have an 18V battery and theres some electrical device that uses up 2V so your remaining voltage is 16, do u have skype mate???
OMG i think i didnt read the question properly argghhhh coz i remember writing down powder forming and then later coming onto a question about its process later on in the exam... dammmmm. Any1 remember that question?? was it the production on a crank shaft or something else??Also the production of the crank shaft? I said Die-casting(no idea) i'm regretting not putting forging now.,
I don't do engineering but I've seen some of their work, you might be surprised how hard this subject actually is. The calculations are definitely harder (they have mechanics), there's technical drawings and to top it off a lot of theory ---> all that for a low scaling 2 units. I'm glad I didn't pick it that's for sure