[Bell Historians] Re: Olympic Bell

ALAN A J BUSWELL aaj.buswell at YU1Ud1Q35kqtFf5p634Jc_h_XJ5LdsGZViB144447AXZT7UtuE87aiIJqVAgdohvZYQGtWc_PFK03VvUiIUTwt97nkx5.yahoo.invalid
Thu Feb 9 15:08:03 GMT 2012

And where is the final resting place for this bell going to be?


 From: Robert Lewis <editor at pvKb1rgsr_dDMR4LXQu0A_7jBbCsHPv-FxwsU2XYjoJQxjIyvMv-OX4lLxmfvbmtMKogZprrbDEYdc3rx3wYrw.yahoo.invalid>
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Sent: Thursday, 9 February 2012, 13:40
Subject: [Bell Historians] Re: Olympic Bell

At 13:14 09/02/2012, DrL wrote:

>Of course, the overall sound also depends on whether it is struck 
>dead, or hung for some sort of swinging.

I wonder if linear induction motors could be used to swing a bell of this size?


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