Using entertaining sketches and nontechnical language, Parker explains the basic physics behind the gadgets, cars, and stunts in a number of Bond films, from the jet packs in Thunderball to the dynamics of daredevil bungee jumping in GoldenEye.
If you've ever wondered whether the laser could have actually cut Bond in half (Goldfinger), if a wristwatch could really unzip a woman's dress (Live and Let Die), or whether your car could do the 360-degree barrel roll from The Man with the Golden Gun, this book is for you.
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The Effect of Contact Surface and Bolt Torque Variations on the Brake Rotor Run-Out
Optical Coordinate Measuring Techniques for the Determination and Visualization of 3D Displacements in Crash Investigations
Predicting Truck Tire Problems with the Thermal Image Inspection Station (TIIS) in the Lab and in the Field