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    Zero voltage switching can best be defined as conventional square wave power conversion during the switch’s on-time with “resonant” switching transitions. For the most part, it can be considered as square wave power utilizing a constant off-time control which varies the conversion frequency, or on-time to maintain regulation of the output voltage. For a given unit of time, this method is similar to fixed frequency conversion which uses an adjustable duty cycle, as shown in Fig. 1.…

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    II. DERIVATION OF THE CONVERTER STRUCTURE The new generated topology is called Full-Bridge Hybrid Switched Capacitor (FBHSC) Inverter. A Half-Bridge version was previously presented [30]. The new topology was generated initially by differential connection [31]–[33] between two HSC dc-dc converter [16] (cf. Fig. 2a), which was generated as a bidirectional version of the HSC boost dc-dc converter [34], [35]. The unidirectional dc-dc version can be seen as an integration between a conventional…

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    Modal Analysis Essay

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    It includes variety of techniques such as single-input-single-output (SISO), multiple input-multiple output (MIMO) techniques (Ewins DJ (2000) Modal testing: theory, practice and application, 2nd edn. Research Studies Press Ltd., Baldock, Heylen W, Lammens S, Sas P (1998) Modal analysis theory and testing. Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven). Deterministic knowledge of the input gives robust results in the mechanical, aerospace fields. However, it may be difficult and…

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    Arduina Case Study

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    1.1. BLOCK DIAGRAM CHAPTER 2 2.1. COMPONENTS • Arduino – Purpose of processing • Voice Recognition Module – Voice command identification • Motor controlling Circuit – Motor Control • Gear Motors – Direction variation & constant speed running 2.1.1. ARDUINO Arduino Mega contains everything needed to support the function of the micro controller. It includes digital output/input pins & analog input pins. It connects to a computer through USB cables or power it by a use of AC…

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    Bending Factor Case Study

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    The bending Factor The approach proposed by VAN DE WIEL (2003) considers plants as flexible elements and, therefore, incorporates mechanical aspects in the analysis. In his work, VAN DE WIEL (2003) refers to the study carried out by RAHMEYER et al. (1999), in which mechanical and resistance properties of different plant species were tested. RAHMEYER et al. (1999) stablished a relationship between the force required to bend the plant to an angle of 45 degrees in terms of the plant’s modulus of…

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    optimization in future. Other renewable technology can be analyzed for the same system and cost comparison is one of the best work that can be done in view of market potential. The impact of DFIG i.e. doubly fed induction generator and different controls of wind turbines can be studied as integration of these combinations can make the system more…

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    life separate. This bothered Keller. Keller wanted Petrou to be more out-going and to cultivate deeper relationships with employees and clients. Petrou wanted nothing to do with this strategy. Emotions, attitudes and stress ran high throughout the case. As discovered in performance appraisal meetings between Keller and Petrou, Petrou always felt that Keller got involved where he shouldn’t. This upset Petrou, causing higher emotions and stress. Getting back to the MARS model, we analyze the…

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    in the modern business environment due to non-availability of absolute predictable and controllable business environment. The companies do not control or have little control over the business environment which made this approach less important. On the other hand, emergent approaches to strategy works in an environment, which cannot be predicted or control of the companies. In emergent approach, opportunities, threats and past actions give importance for providing feedback on such events. This…

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    Regulator IC units consist of the circuitry for overload protection, comparator amplifier, control device, and reference source. ICs provide regulation of two sorts; a fixed positive voltage, a fixed negative voltage. The regulators can be chosen from a wide range for operation for a wide range of load currents. A fixed three-terminal voltage…

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    producing autonomous drones for business purposes is achievable since there are companies that are also working on it and its technology is similar to other autonomous vehicles. Second, we focused our research on improvements to the autonomous drones’ control system by providing larger image data and on revising the learning system. Our recommendation…

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