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    wanted to use comparator at that stage of project because I learnt about comparator theoretically on electronic circuit II subject which I wanted to implement in practical scenario. Finally, to create synchronization between mechanical system and electronic circuit I chose device called motor driver where driver IC was inbuilt in it. The main function of motor driver is to provide the functional signal to move robot with varying input signal. 1.6.4 After assembled the entire component, I had given 5V power supply to the electronic circuit through DC battery connected with mechanical motor. Normally, power supply needed for robot is about 12V which exceed required voltage level of electronic circuit. So, when I checked the voltage level at breadboard, I noticed there was variation in power supply from dc supply. This situation created a risk on the system and the root problem at that time was how to suppress the excess voltage to obtain regulated power supply of 5V.As a team leader, I took appointment with project coordinator and discussed together with all team member to rectify the problem. I investigated lot of time for online research and decided to 5 assemble voltage regulator IC (LM708). Mainly, voltage regulator IC supplies constant voltage regardless of change in load current. Although I put voltage regulator but problem remains same i.e. still there was chance of high current from Dc motor. At last, I got only one option of using device called optoisolator…

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    It’s handmade by her husband and he has given as a gift to her mother. Fay does not know the symbolic of the breadboard to Laurel and she misuses it by cracking “walnuts” and “cigarette burns” (Welty 172) on it. When Laurel realizes the abuse Fay has for the breadboard, she encounters her. Laurel raises the breadboard when she loses her temper to hit Fay, but then she gives up and let it go. By releasing the board, Laurel is dismissing her memories. “What do you see in that thing [breadboard]?…

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    The breadboard has many different types of holes in it, allowing things such as integrated circuits, or resistors to be inserted to help connect the different rows of the board together. Sometimes integrated circuits can be used as a way to hold some of the more fragile, bendable breadboards together, and at other times they are just used to help transfer power to multiple lights at a time. A breadboard requires no computer programming, and none of the connections that are made with a breadboard…

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    of the same illness. After her father’s death, Laurel is left the support and love from a few people who also play a symbolic role in the novel— her bridesmaids. When a girl who is getting married, she chooses the people who are going to be by her side for forever. For Laurel, this proves true for the five women she choose. Their presence in the novel is symbolic in that it reminds her of her wedding day to her late husband and that although she is essentially alone, his presence and memories of…

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    There many by physical validation of the concept through laboratory experiments. Focus is on the beneficial characteristics or parameters of interest. There can also be activities to build and test representative components for further evaluation. Modeling and simulation of the technology at the component level has been created and some amount of validation of the models are accomplished through test data. TRL 4 is at the component or breadboard level of maturity with validation in laboratory…

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    Foreword On September 22, 2016, you said you needed information on the Circuit Lab I had recently completed in order to present information to high school students. You need this information by October 4, 2016, in order to talk to students about circuits and increase their interest in technical subjects and the engineering profession on Shadow-an-Engineer-Day on October 17, 2016. For the Circuit Lab, I was asked to use concepts of Ohm’s Law and read/analyze circuit diagrams with common…

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    the poor were poorer. The big companies had a pyramid effect – with a boss at the top, managers running the branches, and poor citizens working in the factories. Countless workers were immigrants from differing countries, so a common language hardly existed in the factories. Conditions were bad for the workers: numerous workers were under-aged, the hours were maliciously long, and the pay was minimalistic. Von Drehle exemplifies this by saying, “A laborer might agree to stitch linings into suit…

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    will also be involved through out my senior year. I have worked approximately three hundred hours per year with the team during the build season for the FIRST Robotic competitions and the club’s volunteer work. As a team member I attend and speak at my school district’s career days events. Our club has also become involved in working at Science Nights for elementary and middle schools in the district. These events incorporate simple science projects that make science and engineering fun and…

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    year (raising money to build a well in Africa). Alongside an NHS officer, I helped organize and bake goods for the Food Committee, which accounted for a significant portion of the overall earnings of the event. (3 hours per week, 10 weeks per year) • STEMed Labs (Student Ambassador/Student) – Focused on the development of student education in STEM fields around central Austin (specifically computer science), I’ve had two roles within this organization. First, as a student, I got the…

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