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Entdecken Sie The Technology Song von Jim Carten bei Amazon Music. Werbefrei streamen oder als CD und MP3 kaufen bei troubadouryannlawick.nl Liest man den Songtitel von Kynda Gray und RIN, kommt man um den Gedanken an zwei andere Songs nicht herum. „Ayo Technology“ hieß. Autoren: Song, Zhengyu. Vorschau. The first book available on test and launch control technology of Chinese Long March (Chang Zheng in Chinese) rockets. Ich Mag dieses Lied sehr. Es "war" mein Lieblingslied. Ich liebe es aber immernoch. Pauline K. Das Lied ist von 50Cent und wurde von ihm nur erneut gesungen. Seid ihr alle 14 oder warum findet ihr es pervers? Ich finde das Lied ziemlich.

Technology Song

Autoren: Song, Zhengyu. Vorschau. The first book available on test and launch control technology of Chinese Long March (Chang Zheng in Chinese) rockets. Ich Mag dieses Lied sehr. Es "war" mein Lieblingslied. Ich liebe es aber immernoch. Pauline K. 50 Cent und Justin Timberlake hatten schon mit dem Song Erfolg. Milow ließ nun die Diese Woche ist er auf Platz 3 mit "Ayo Technology". Technology Song

The court fully accepted their corrections to lunar and solar error, but only partially adopted Shen and Wei's corrected plotting of the planetary orbital paths and various speeds.

Su Song, one of Shen Kuo's political rivals at court, wrote a famous pharmaceutical treatise in known as the Bencao Tujing , which included related subjects on botany , zoology , metallurgy , and mineralogy.

Intellectual men of letters like the versatile Shen Kuo dabbled in subjects as diverse as mathematics , geography , geology , economics , engineering , medicine , art criticism , archaeology , military strategy , and diplomacy , among others.

There were many other important figures in the Song era besides Shen Kuo and Su Song, many of whom contributed greatly to the technological innovations of the time period.

Although the mechanically driven mile-marking device of the carriage-drawn odometer had been known in China since the ancient Han dynasty , the Song Shi compiled in provides a much greater description and more in-depth view of the device than earlier Chinese sources.

The Song Shi states:. The odometer. At the completion of every li, the wooden figure of a man in the lower storey strikes a drum; at the completion of every ten li, the wooden figure in the upper storey strikes a bell.

The carriage-pole ends in a phoenix-head, and the carriage is drawn by four horses. The escort was formerly of 18 men, but in the 4th year of the Yongxi reign period the emperor Taizong increased it to In the 5th year of the Tian-Sheng reign-period the Chief Chamberlain Lu Daolong presented specifications for the construction of odometers as follows: [ What follows is a long dissertation made by the Chief Chamberlain Lu Daolong on the ranging measurements and sizes of wheels and gears.

When the middle horizontal wheel has made 1 revolution, the carriage will have gone 1 li and the wooden figure in the lower story will strike the drum.

When the upper horizontal wheel has made 1 revolution, the carriage will have gone 10 li and the figure in the upper storey will strike the bell.

Thus the motion is transmitted as if by the links of a chain, the "dog-teeth" mutually engaging with each other, so that by due revolution everything comes back to its original starting point.

In the Song period and once during the earlier Tang period , the odometer device was combined with the south-pointing chariot device, which was probably first invented by the ancient Chinese mechanical engineer Ma Jun — The south-pointing chariot was a wheeled vehicle that may, in some cases, have incorporated complex differential gears.

These are used now in nearly all modern automobiles to apply equal amounts of torque to wheels rotating at different speeds while turning.

The differential gears could have been used to keep a mechanically operated pointer aiming in a fixed direction, to the south, compensating for whatever turns the chariot made.

Other arrangements of gears could also have been used for the same purpose. The device used mechanical dead reckoning , rather than the magnetism of a compass , in order to navigate and find one's directional bearings.

In the first year of the Da-Guan reign period , the Chamberlain Wu Deren presented specifications of the south-pointing carriage and the carriage with the li-recording drum odometer.

The two vehicles were made, and were first used that year at the great ceremony of the ancestral sacrifice. The text then went on to describe in full detail the intricate mechanical design for the two devices combined into one.

See the article on the south-pointing chariot. Besides clockwork, hydraulic-powered armillary spheres, odometers, and mechanical compass vehicles, there were other impressive devices of mechanical engineering found during the Song dynasty.

Although literary references for mechanical revolving repositories and book cases of Buddhist temples trace back to at least during the Tang dynasty , [27] they came to prominence during the Song dynasty.

In another temple there is an octagonal kiosque, having from the top to the bottom fifteen stories. Each story contains apartments decorated with lacquer in the Cathayan manner, with ante-rooms and verandahs It is entirely made of polished wood, and this again gilded so admirably that it seems to be of solid gold.

There is a vault below it. An iron shaft fixed in the center of the kiosque traverses it from bottom to top, and the lower end of this works in an iron plate, whilst the upper end bears on strong supports in the roof of the edifice which contains this pavilion.

Thus a person in the vault can with a trifling exertion cause this great kiosque to revolve. All the carpenters, smiths, and painters in the world would learn something in their trades by coming here!

In the field of manufacturing textiles , Joseph Needham — wrote that the Chinese invented the quilling -wheel by the 12th century, [33] and wrote the mechanical belt drive was known since the 11th century.

The pulley bearing the eccentric lug is provided with a groove for the reception of the driving belt, an endless band which responds to the movement of the machine by continuously rotating the pulley.

An endless rope or cord may have been used in Du Shi 's device of waterwheels that powered bellows of the blast furnace in the 1st century see Wind Power below.

This meant that parents could encourage sons to learn to read and write and therefore be able to take the imperial examination and become part of the growing learned bureaucracy.

Movable type printing was further advanced in Joseon era Korea, where Bi Sheng's baked clay characters were scrapped for metal type characters in For printing, the mass production of paper for writing was already well established in China.

The papermaking process had been perfected and standardized by the Han dynasty court eunuch Cai Lun 50— in , and was in widespread use for writing even by the 3rd century.

For example, for the printing of paper money alone, the Song court established several government-run mints and factories in the cities of Huizhou , Chengdu , Hangzhou , and Anqi.

Advances in military technology aided the Song dynasty in its defense against hostile neighbors to the north. The flamethrower found its origins in Byzantine -era Greece, employing Greek fire a chemically complex, highly flammable petrol fluid in a device with a siphon hose by the 7th century.

Southern Tang forces attempted to use flamethrowers against the Song navy, but were accidentally consumed by their own fire when violent winds swept in their direction.

Although the destructive effects of gunpowder were described in the earlier Tang dynasty by a Daoist alchemist , the earliest-known existent written formulas for gunpowder come from the Wujing Zongyao text of , which described explosive bombs hurled from catapults.

The first art depiction of the Chinese ' fire lance ' a combination of a temporary-fire flamethrower and gun was from a Buddhist mural painting of Dunhuang , dated circa An early known depiction of a gun is a sculpture from a cave in Sichuan , dating to , that portrays a figure carrying a vase-shaped bombard , firing flames and a cannonball.

Written later by Jiao Yu in his Huolongjing mid 14th century , this manuscript recorded an earlier Song-era cast iron cannon known as the 'flying-cloud thunderclap eruptor' fei yun pi-li pao.

The manuscript stated that:. The shells are made of cast iron, as large as a bowl and shaped like a ball. Inside they contain half a pound of 'magic' gunpowder.

They are sent flying towards the enemy camp from an eruptor; and when they get there a sound like a thunder-clap is heard, and flashes of light appear.

If ten of these shells are fired successfully into the enemy camp, the whole place will be set ablaze As noted before, the change in terminology for these new weapons during the Song period were gradual.

The early Song cannons were at first termed the same way as the Chinese trebuchet catapult. A later Ming dynasty scholar known as Mao Yuanyi would explain this use of terminology and true origins of the cannon in his text of the Wubei Zhi , written in The Song people used the turntable trebuchet, the single-pole trebuchet and the squatting-tiger trebuchet.

They were all called 'fire trebuchets' because they were used to project fire-weapons like the fire- ball, fire- falcon, and fire- lance.

They were the ancestors of the cannon. The 14th century Huolongjing was also one of the first Chinese texts to carefully describe to the use of explosive land mines , which had been used by the late Song Chinese against the Mongols in , and employed by the Yuan dynasty afterwards.

Furthermore, the Song employed the earliest known gunpowder-propelled rockets in warfare during the late 13th century, [63] its earliest form being the archaic fire arrow.

When the Northern Song capital of Kaifeng fell to the Jurchens in , it was written by Xia Shaozeng that 20, fire arrows were handed over to the Jurchens in their conquest.

In ancient China, the sluice gate, the canal lock , and flash lock had been known since at least the 1st century BCE as sources then alluded that they were not new innovations , during the ancient Han dynasty BCE— CE.

The historical text of the Song Shi compiled in stated that in Qiao Weiyue also built five double slipways lit.

Each of these had ten lanes for the barges to go up and down. Their cargoes of imperial tax-grain were heavy, and as they were passing over they often came to grief and were damaged or wrecked, with loss of the grain and peculation by a cabal of the workers in league with local bandits hidden nearby.

Qiao Weiyue therefore first ordered the construction of two gates at the third dam along the West River near Huaiyin. The gates were 'hanging gates'; when they were closed the water accumulated like a tide until the required level was reached, and then when the time came it was allowed to flow out.

He also built a horizontal bridge to protect their foundations. After this was done to all the double slipways the previous corruption was completely eliminated, and the passage of the boats went on without the slightest impediment.

This practice became widespread, and was even written of by the Chinese polymath scientist Shen Kuo in his Dream Pool Essays This is best represented in the Dongpo Zhilin of the governmental official and famous poet Su Shi — , who wrote about two decades before Shen Kuo in Several years ago the government built sluice gates for the silt fertilization method, though many people disagreed with the plan.

In spite of all opposition it was carried through, yet it had little success. When the torrents on Fan Shan were abundant, the gates were kept closed, and this caused damage by flooding of fields, tombs, and houses.

When the torrents subsided in the late autumn the sluices were opened, and thus the fields were irrigated with silt-bearing water, but the deposit was not as thick as what the peasants call 'steamed cake silt' so they were not satisfied.

Finally the government got tired of it and stopped. In this connection I remember reading the Jiayipan of Bai Juyi the poet in which he says that he once had a position as Traffic Commissioner.

As the Bian River was getting so shallow that it hindered the passage of boats he suggested that the sluice gates along the river and canal should be closed, but the Military Governor pointed out that the river was bordered on both sides by fields which supplied army grain, and if these were denied irrigation water and silt because of the closing of the sluice gates, it would lead to shortages in army grain supplies.

From this I learnt that in the Tang period there were government fields and sluice gates on both sides of the river, and that irrigation was carried on continuously even when the water was high.

If this could be done successfully in old times, why can it not be done now? I should like to enquire further about the matter from experts.

Although the drydock had been known in Ptolemaic Egypt since the late 3rd century BCE by a Phoenician ; not used again until Henry VII of England in , the scientist and statesman Shen Kuo wrote of its use in China to repair boats during the 11th century.

At the beginning of the dynasty c. After many years, their hulls decayed and needed repairs, but the work was impossible as long as they were afloat.

So in the Xi-Ning reign period to a palace official Huang Huaixin suggested a plan. A large basin was excavated at the north end of the Jinming Lake capable of containing the dragon ships, and in it heavy crosswise beams were laid down upon a foundation of pillars.

Then a breach was made so that the basin quickly filled with water, after which the ships were towed in above the beams.

The breach now being closed the water was pumped out by wheels so that the ships rested quite in the air. When the repairs were complete, the water was let in again, so that the ships were afloat once more and could leave the dock.

Finally the beams and pillars were taken away, and the whole basin covered over with a great roof so as to form a hangar in which the ships could be protected from the elements and avoid the damage caused by undue exposure.

The Chinese of the Song dynasty were adept sailors who traveled to ports of call as far away as Fatimid Egypt.

They were well equipped for their journeys abroad, in large seagoing vessels steered by stern-post rudders and guided by the directional compass.

Even before Shen Kuo and Zhu Yu had described the mariner's magnetic needle compass, the earlier military treatise of the Wujing Zongyao in had also described a thermoremanence compass.

There were plenty of descriptions in Chinese literature of the time on the operations and aspects of seaports, maritime merchant shipping, overseas trade, and the sailing ships themselves.

In , the author Zhu Yu wrote not only of the magnetic compass for navigation, but also a hundred-foot line with a hook that was cast over the deck of the ship, used to collect mud samples at the bottom of the sea in order for the crew to determine their whereabouts by the smell and appearance of the mud.

All around there was a bustling display of government run grain-tax transport ships, tribute vessels and barges, private shipping vessels, a multitude of busy fishers in small fishing boats, along with the rich enjoying the comforts of their luxurious private yachts.

Besides Zhu Yu there were other prominent Chinese authors of maritime interests as well. In , the Guangzhou customs officer Zhou Qufei, who wrote in Lingwai Daida about the Arab slave trade of Africans as far as Madagascar , [81] stated this about Chinese seagoing ships, their sizes, durability at sea, and the lives of those on board:.

The ships which sail the southern sea and south of it are like houses. When their sails are spread they are like great clouds in the sky.

Their rudders are several tens of feet long. A single ship carries several hundred men, and has in the stores a year's supply of grain.

Pigs are fed and wine fermented on board. There is no account of dead or living, no going back to the mainland when once the people have set forth upon the caerulean sea.

At daybreak, when the gong sounds aboard the ship, the animals can drink their fill, and crew and passengers alike forget all dangers.

To those on board everything is hidden and lost in space, mountains, landmarks, and the countries of foreigners. In the age of the selfie, we are all compelled to fill up the internet with the noise and blather of our day-to-day minutiae.

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An early known depiction of a gun is a sculpture from a cave in Sichuan , dating to , that portrays a figure carrying a vase-shaped bombard , firing flames and a cannonball.

Written later by Jiao Yu in his Huolongjing mid 14th century , this manuscript recorded an earlier Song-era cast iron cannon known as the 'flying-cloud thunderclap eruptor' fei yun pi-li pao.

The manuscript stated that:. The shells are made of cast iron, as large as a bowl and shaped like a ball. Inside they contain half a pound of 'magic' gunpowder.

They are sent flying towards the enemy camp from an eruptor; and when they get there a sound like a thunder-clap is heard, and flashes of light appear.

If ten of these shells are fired successfully into the enemy camp, the whole place will be set ablaze As noted before, the change in terminology for these new weapons during the Song period were gradual.

The early Song cannons were at first termed the same way as the Chinese trebuchet catapult. A later Ming dynasty scholar known as Mao Yuanyi would explain this use of terminology and true origins of the cannon in his text of the Wubei Zhi , written in The Song people used the turntable trebuchet, the single-pole trebuchet and the squatting-tiger trebuchet.

They were all called 'fire trebuchets' because they were used to project fire-weapons like the fire- ball, fire- falcon, and fire- lance.

They were the ancestors of the cannon. The 14th century Huolongjing was also one of the first Chinese texts to carefully describe to the use of explosive land mines , which had been used by the late Song Chinese against the Mongols in , and employed by the Yuan dynasty afterwards.

Furthermore, the Song employed the earliest known gunpowder-propelled rockets in warfare during the late 13th century, [63] its earliest form being the archaic fire arrow.

When the Northern Song capital of Kaifeng fell to the Jurchens in , it was written by Xia Shaozeng that 20, fire arrows were handed over to the Jurchens in their conquest.

In ancient China, the sluice gate, the canal lock , and flash lock had been known since at least the 1st century BCE as sources then alluded that they were not new innovations , during the ancient Han dynasty BCE— CE.

The historical text of the Song Shi compiled in stated that in Qiao Weiyue also built five double slipways lit. Each of these had ten lanes for the barges to go up and down.

Their cargoes of imperial tax-grain were heavy, and as they were passing over they often came to grief and were damaged or wrecked, with loss of the grain and peculation by a cabal of the workers in league with local bandits hidden nearby.

Qiao Weiyue therefore first ordered the construction of two gates at the third dam along the West River near Huaiyin.

The gates were 'hanging gates'; when they were closed the water accumulated like a tide until the required level was reached, and then when the time came it was allowed to flow out.

He also built a horizontal bridge to protect their foundations. After this was done to all the double slipways the previous corruption was completely eliminated, and the passage of the boats went on without the slightest impediment.

This practice became widespread, and was even written of by the Chinese polymath scientist Shen Kuo in his Dream Pool Essays This is best represented in the Dongpo Zhilin of the governmental official and famous poet Su Shi — , who wrote about two decades before Shen Kuo in Several years ago the government built sluice gates for the silt fertilization method, though many people disagreed with the plan.

In spite of all opposition it was carried through, yet it had little success. When the torrents on Fan Shan were abundant, the gates were kept closed, and this caused damage by flooding of fields, tombs, and houses.

When the torrents subsided in the late autumn the sluices were opened, and thus the fields were irrigated with silt-bearing water, but the deposit was not as thick as what the peasants call 'steamed cake silt' so they were not satisfied.

Finally the government got tired of it and stopped. In this connection I remember reading the Jiayipan of Bai Juyi the poet in which he says that he once had a position as Traffic Commissioner.

As the Bian River was getting so shallow that it hindered the passage of boats he suggested that the sluice gates along the river and canal should be closed, but the Military Governor pointed out that the river was bordered on both sides by fields which supplied army grain, and if these were denied irrigation water and silt because of the closing of the sluice gates, it would lead to shortages in army grain supplies.

From this I learnt that in the Tang period there were government fields and sluice gates on both sides of the river, and that irrigation was carried on continuously even when the water was high.

If this could be done successfully in old times, why can it not be done now? I should like to enquire further about the matter from experts.

Although the drydock had been known in Ptolemaic Egypt since the late 3rd century BCE by a Phoenician ; not used again until Henry VII of England in , the scientist and statesman Shen Kuo wrote of its use in China to repair boats during the 11th century.

At the beginning of the dynasty c. After many years, their hulls decayed and needed repairs, but the work was impossible as long as they were afloat.

So in the Xi-Ning reign period to a palace official Huang Huaixin suggested a plan. A large basin was excavated at the north end of the Jinming Lake capable of containing the dragon ships, and in it heavy crosswise beams were laid down upon a foundation of pillars.

Then a breach was made so that the basin quickly filled with water, after which the ships were towed in above the beams. The breach now being closed the water was pumped out by wheels so that the ships rested quite in the air.

When the repairs were complete, the water was let in again, so that the ships were afloat once more and could leave the dock.

Finally the beams and pillars were taken away, and the whole basin covered over with a great roof so as to form a hangar in which the ships could be protected from the elements and avoid the damage caused by undue exposure.

The Chinese of the Song dynasty were adept sailors who traveled to ports of call as far away as Fatimid Egypt. They were well equipped for their journeys abroad, in large seagoing vessels steered by stern-post rudders and guided by the directional compass.

Even before Shen Kuo and Zhu Yu had described the mariner's magnetic needle compass, the earlier military treatise of the Wujing Zongyao in had also described a thermoremanence compass.

There were plenty of descriptions in Chinese literature of the time on the operations and aspects of seaports, maritime merchant shipping, overseas trade, and the sailing ships themselves.

In , the author Zhu Yu wrote not only of the magnetic compass for navigation, but also a hundred-foot line with a hook that was cast over the deck of the ship, used to collect mud samples at the bottom of the sea in order for the crew to determine their whereabouts by the smell and appearance of the mud.

All around there was a bustling display of government run grain-tax transport ships, tribute vessels and barges, private shipping vessels, a multitude of busy fishers in small fishing boats, along with the rich enjoying the comforts of their luxurious private yachts.

Besides Zhu Yu there were other prominent Chinese authors of maritime interests as well. In , the Guangzhou customs officer Zhou Qufei, who wrote in Lingwai Daida about the Arab slave trade of Africans as far as Madagascar , [81] stated this about Chinese seagoing ships, their sizes, durability at sea, and the lives of those on board:.

The ships which sail the southern sea and south of it are like houses. When their sails are spread they are like great clouds in the sky.

Their rudders are several tens of feet long. A single ship carries several hundred men, and has in the stores a year's supply of grain.

Pigs are fed and wine fermented on board. There is no account of dead or living, no going back to the mainland when once the people have set forth upon the caerulean sea.

At daybreak, when the gong sounds aboard the ship, the animals can drink their fill, and crew and passengers alike forget all dangers. To those on board everything is hidden and lost in space, mountains, landmarks, and the countries of foreigners.

The shipmaster may say 'To make such and such a country, with a favourable wind, in so many days, we should sight such and such a mountain, then the ship must steer in such and such a direction'.

But suddenly the wind may fall, and may not be strong enough to allow of the sighting of the mountain on the given day; in such a case, bearings may have to be changed.

And the ship on the other hand may be carried far beyond the landmark and may lose its bearings. A gale may spring up, the ship may be blown hither and thither, it may meet with shoals or be driven upon hidden rocks, then it may be broken to the very roofs of its deckhouses.

A great ship with heavy cargo has nothing to fear from the high seas, but rather in shallow water it will come to grief. He noted that in and around the seas of China, only the distinct Chinese junks were used to sail the waters.

The sails of these vessels are made of strips of bamboo , woven into the form of matting. The sailors never lower them while sailing, but simply change the direction of them according to whether the wind is blowing from one side or the other.

When the ships cast anchor, the sails are left standing in the wind. Each of these ships is worked by 1, men, sailors and marines , among whom there are archers and crossbowmen furnished with shields, and men who throw pots of naptha.

Each great vessel is followed by three others, a 'nisfi', a 'thoulthi' and a 'roubi' f endnote: a pinnace , a small boat fitted with a rudder, and a rowing boat.

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