[See The Wide World of Fluids article titled Supersonicand Compressible Flows in Gas Turbines, Section 11.3.] Usingtypical physical dimensions and rotation speeds of manufacturedgas turbine rotors, consider the possibility that supersonic fluidvelocities relative to blade surfaces are possible. How do designersuse this knowledge?
POLS Week 4 Incorporation Doctrine – taking something from the ten amendments and applying it th to states through the 14 amendment due process clause. Also called selective corporation. Didn’t start incorporating until 1925. - Called selective because it was incorporated piece by piece. 1960s – couldn’t break in/search without a warrant - Before the 1960s, police could. - It only applied to the federal government before then. - The FBI could get the local police to search somewhere. Called the silver platter doctrine. - The second amendment not incorporated until 2010. Not incorporated yet: Right to fair trial, quartering of soldiers during peace time banned, right to jury in civil cases Freedom of Speech - Schenck vs US (1919) o End of WW1 o Schenck passing out leaflets and talking about how the draft was unconstitutional. There was a law passed that you couldn’t interfere with recruitment of the military. The government said he was interfering and arrested him. o The first amendment applies directly. The supreme court defined the first amendment and creates a clear and present danger doctrine. Writer/creator is Oliver Windell Holmes. If words create a clear and present danger, they can be jailed. If not, you can’t be punished. - Brandonburg vs. OH (1969) – defines imminent and present danger. Must prove all. o 1) Advocacy – pro