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  • Communication Class Reflection

    When I registered for this class, I thought it was going to be easy peasy. I was so wrong! I was actually quite frustrated with the amount of time and effort I had to put into a freshman level communications class. On average, I would say I spent about 6 hours a week completing my assignments. This number slightly changed depending on the assignments due that week. After getting over my initial attitude, I tried to not let negative thoughts get in the way of my work. Throughout the…

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  • What Is Color Temperature?

    2.5. Color Temperature Color temperature is a characteristic of visible light that has important applications in a variety of fields such as lighting, photography, videography, astrophysics, manufacturing and publishing. In generally the hues of light generated are either warm (yellowish) or cool (bluish) and measured in degrees of Kelvin (K) 2.5.1. Technical Definition The color temperature of a light source is defined as the color temperature of a black body radiator that radiates light of…

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  • Airbags Lab Report

    YEAR 8 Task 1 2018 Student name: Jacob Teacher: Miss Bianchi Class: 8.5 Due: Tuesday 27th March 2018 TITLE: Bouncing Balls BACKGROUND RESEARCH: Physics: is the main part of science involved with the character and properties of matter and energy. Matter of physics includes: mechanics, heat, light-weight and alternative radiation, sound, electricity, magnetism, and also the structure of atoms. Physics has many things that help us or things we use and we don't realise they include…

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  • The Energy Balance Model: Heatinging And Heating Structure

    II. Energy balance model The methodology adopted has been used to predict the heating and cooling requirements of different buildings. Energy needs, expressed in Kilowatt-hour (kWh) are given commonly by equation 1: (01) In the heating season, equation 1 is simplified as follows: (02) In the cooling season, equation 1 is transformed into the following form: (03) During inter-seasons periods, if the heat generated by energy sources (lights, occupants and their activities) is higher than the…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of SIC-LDA Formalism

    dependent potential which can be significant for localized states, yielding a much-improved description of the static Coulomb correlation effect compared to that provided by LSDA. Another advantage of the SIC-LSD method is that the minimization of total energy, with respect to the number of localized electrons, leads to a determination of the nominal valence defined as the integer number of electrons available for band formation. …

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  • Gas Turbine Theory

    The hot and rapidly expanding gases are directed aft through the turbine rotor assembly. There thermal and kinetic energy are converted into mechanical energy. The gases are then directed out through the exhaust duct. Theoretical Cycle of GTE Let’s discuss a little on the cycle and theory of the gas turbine before we discussion on construction and design. As you are aware, a cycle is…

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  • Physics: Quantum Classical Expretation Of IQHE)

    Table of content Introduction Two dimensional electron system Hall geometry Classical interpretation of IQHE Quantum mechanical interpretation of IQHE Significance of IQHE References Introduction The integral quantum hall effect (IQHE) was first discovered by Klaus von Klitzing and coworkers in 1980. It was demonstrated by two dimensional electron system in a device called metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistor (MOSFET), under low temperature and large magnetic…

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  • Centrifugal Pump Analysis

    Performance of centrifugal pump CONTENTS Table of figures 2 Objective 3 Introduction 3 Theory 3 Observe result 4 Sample calculation 10 Discussion of the result 11 Conclusion 11 References 12 Table of figures Figure1. Experimental calculation for pump 1(30HZ) 4 Figure2. Operating characteristic curve (pump1 30Hz) 5 Figure3. Experimental calculation for pump 1(40HZ) 6 Figure4. Operating…

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  • Stoichiometry In Chemistry

    Content Stoichiometry is the relationship of the masses of the reactants and products in a chemical reaction. For a given mass of a substance in a reaction, the mass of any other substance in the reaction can be obtained using the coefficients of the balanced chemical equations and the molar masses of the substances involved. The amounts obtainable from a balanced chemical equation are called stoichiometric amounts (Villamar Jr., 2004). As what was said in the introduction, the first topic that…

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  • Ultrasonic Interferometer Essay

    Ultrasonic interferometer Working principle An ultrasonic interferometer is a simple and direct device to determine the ultrasonic velocity in liquids with a high degree of accuracy. An ultrasonic interferometer is used to determine the accurate ultrasonic velocity in liquids. The principle used in the measurement of velocity is based on the accurate determination of the wavelength in the medium. The principle of ultrasonic interferometer for the measurement of velocity is determination of the…

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