70s Funk & Disco Bass: 101 Groovin' Bass Patterns by Josquin des Pres

By Josquin des Pres

The low, throbbing beat of serious bassists like James Jamerson, Anthony Jackson, Larry Graham, Bootsy Collins, Louis Johnson and Verdine White drove the area to the dance ground in the course of the disco period. during this new Bass developers publication, popular bassist Josquin des Pres offers one zero one actual funk and disco bass styles to aid avid gamers perform getting their groove. contains commonplace notation and tab, and a CD with ninety nine full-demo tracks.

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Temperature controllers Proportional, integral, and derivative (PID) facility with approximately 25% proportional band. Input sensitivity: 1 /LV suitable for thermoeouplel platinum resistanee thermometer. Output: 0-5 V dc for control of voltage-programmable power supplies. REFERENCES 1. G. Hust, "ThermaI Conductivity and Electrical Resistivity, Standard Reference MateriaIs: Tungsten (4 to 3000 K)," High Temp. High Pressures 8, 377-390 (1976). 2. G. J. Giarratano, "Standard Reference MateriaIs: Thermal Conductivity and Electrical Resistivity, Standard Reference MateriaIs: Austenitic Stainless Steels, SRM 735 and 798, from 4 to 1200 K," NBS Special Publication 260-45 (1975).

W. Powell, "Correlation of Metallie Thermal and Electrieal Conductivities for both Solid and Liquid Phases," Int. J. ~fer 8, 1033-1045 (1964). 2 Thermal Conductivity of Loose-Fill Materials by a Radial-Heat-Flow Method DANIEL R. FL YNN 1. INTRODUCTION Among the several possible methods for measuring thermal conductivities of loose-fill materials (powders, granules, or fibers) at high temperatures, the radial-heat-ftow-in-a-cylinder method has the advantage that it inherently reduces the need for thermal guarding or accessory thermal insulation to restrict unwanted heat ftow which can cause serious errors in results.

Thermocouple Considerations Careful thought must be given to the type of thermocouple used for temperature measurement, since good stability and long life are required. 25-mm-diameternicrosil/nisil wire, insulated with Refrasil sleeving in the heated parts of the apparatus and with PTFE sleeving elsewhere. Although thicker wire would have ofIered greater stability, any heat leaks along the thermocouple wires would have led to greater uncertainty in the measured temperature. As before, care was taken to ensure near-isothermal conditions in the wires before taking them to the reference junctions through metal/ glass seals as described earlier.

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