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This is the type of challenge this premiere structural engineering list 
should be able to tackle.  Any takers towards contacting Les Thompson after 
June 30th at
Academy Studios, 415 883-8842 for the particulars and sharing it with the 
group?

Ron Fong
Fremont,  CA  -  GO BEARS

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Subj:	 berkeley-engineers An unusual opportunity
Date:	6/25/1999 5:14:01 PM Pacific Daylight Time
From:	maryb(--nospam--at)coe.berkeley.edu (Mary Breunig)
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Academy Studios, creator and provider of museum exhibits across the
United States, is seeking an engineer (probably structural or 
mechanical, but all may apply) to find the solution to this
challenge.

A large museum in Raleigh, North Carolina has been built with a
rotunda and dome. An exhibit below the rotunda requires an
engineering solution to allow the display of flying dinosaurs
over stationary dinosaurs located below the rotunda/dome. It
might be some kind of large mobile type display but the
solution is not immediately discernable.

If you or another Berkeley engineer has an interest in solving
this puzzle, please contact Les Thompson after June 30th at
Academy Studios, 415 883-8842.

Please pass this along to anyone you think might be interested.
Thank you.
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