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    Development of an Automatic Car Parking System Abstract—This Paper proposes the development of an Automatic Car Parking System imparting performance. This proposed framework uses sensors, electric power steering, path planning, path tracking and pure pursuit algorithm. The verification of the vehicle was demonstrated using the electric power steering for tracking the path. An ultrasonic sensor is used to determine the availability of the parking space. Drivers can uses user interactive interface…

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    Blood Flow Rate Lab Report

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    In the natural kidney, most components of the blood are first filtered out using ultrafiltration, and then the essential nutrients like glucose, amino acids, etc. and electrolytes like Na, K, Cl, HCO, Ca, Mg, etc. and water are reabsorbed by passive, active, or facilitated transport. The waste products are reabsorbed and therefore are excreted in the urine. The artificial kidney device called hemodialyzers removes excess waste from the blood using the principle of dialysis. The cleansed blood…

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    Alcohol is a damping substance shows in the fact the slowdown of the body 's functions. Substance withholds the mind and prevents it from being able to think basically. Some of the teenagers drink alcoholic to have fun or to feel happy. On the other hand, teenagers drink to copy a family member or friend. The legal drinking age in the United States of America is twenty-one now. The government should raise the legal drinking age to twenty-five years; because of the harmful effects on the brain,…

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    During the process of strategy development it is important to have an appropriate knowledge about external factors. There are two main approaches to be used to a better knowledge about it. The first one is an analysis of general requirement that consists of six dimensions: political, economic, social, technical or technological, environmental, and legal (so-called PESTEL which is an acronym of these segments) and analysis of the organization’s microenvironment. Porter’s Five-Forces Analysis of…

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    2.7 Styrene Butadiene Rubber Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SBR) belongs to the synthetic rubbers families that are derived from Styrene and Butadiene.[53] SBR is an aqueous dispersion of (25%) Styrene (CH2=CHC6H5) and (75%) Butadiene (CH2=CH-CH=CH2) copolymer as shown in Figure (2-1). The copolymerization of these two polymers may done by different ways. Mostly they copolymerized in an emulsion process, by dispersing a soap like surface acting agent where the materials are in water solution.[54]…

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    Bionic Prosthetic Limbs

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    INTRODUCTION Can you imagine how difficult the lives could be after the amputees lost their arms or legs? Their lives will not be as easy as they had before. They cannot do many things that they used to do in their normal lives when they still have their limbs. A few hundred years ago, a hand amputee could only have a hook prosthesis with limited function and social stigma for the replacement of his hand. As the technology advances, hand amputees can now have the option for a hand transplant…

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    Photoacoustic spectroscopy (PAS) is a tool to study thermal emission resulting from non-radiative relaxation followed by absorption of radiation. PAS was studied primarily by Alexander Graham Bell, John Tyndall, Wilhelm Rontgen and Lord Rayleigh in 1884. For the history of PAS, was not until 1975 that photoacoustic spectroscopy started to be used as a wide range of different applications. This technique provides the following main advantages over the known types of spectroscopy. The advantages…

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    Magnet Essay

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    There is a clear interaction between the magnet and the induced eddy currents, which leads to a damping force that consequently causes the magnet to fall in transient accelerated motion, which soon changes to uniform motion under the collective action of the gravitational and retarding forces. This constant speed is known as its terminal velocity. This…

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    Boerner, Christopher and Thomas Lambert. “Environmental Injustice.” Public Interest, no. 118, Winter 1995, pp. 61-82. Christopher Boerner and Thomas Lambert in their article “Environmental Injustice” examine the injustices done to the minority communities in the United States concerning environmental pollution. The authors argue that minority communities face a lot of environmental racism, which has spurred concerns from civil rights movements. Advocates of environmental justice have been on…

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    Discrete Element Methods

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    Obtaining a fundamental understanding of the underlying physics of granular systems is important both for academic interest and industrial applications. Experimental measurements in full three-dimensional (3D) large industry scale granular system are complicated and expensive. Computational techniques such as the Discrete Element Method (DEM) can potentially be applied as a tool to provide understanding granular machine systems dynamics, virtual equipment design and evaluation of machine…

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