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    Hard Drive Research Paper

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    serve as the ‘brain’ or ‘memory centre’ of everyday electronics. Regardless of the size, the principles of all hard drives are the same. They hold large amounts of data using magnetism. A typical hard drive is made up of a platter (metallic and magnetic disk) that is divided into…

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    Mechanical power is defined as torque and RPM (rotation per minute) and electric power is defined as current and voltage. Therefore, in order convert mechanical power into electric power, torque shall be converted into current and rpm shall be changed into voltage. The relation between the rpm and voltage can be defined with equations with the use of Equations. When there is a decrease in value in equations there is an increase in efficiency of power generator. In here, there is no loss when…

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    street. The other coil is in the car, called the inductor coil. The transmitting coil has an oscillating electric current, created by the ZVS driver circuit, flowing through the coil. This creates a magnetic field. Since the current that flows through the coil is oscillating it causes the the magnetic flux to change, which induces a current in the inductor coil when it passes over the transmitting coil. This current in the inductor coil is then transferred to the batteries. To ensure the car…

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    Fig: Schematic representation of LHC and it's detectors The primary objective of LHC is to answer the following questions: 1. Why some particles are heavier than others? If the Higgs mechanism is valid? 2. If the super-symmetry theory is valid? If yes then if super-symmetric particles exist? 3. If the concept of dark matter and dark energy correct? 4. Why our universe is made up of matter only? 5. What was the state of matter in the early universe? 6. What will be the properties…

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    Grade 9 Lab Report Sheet

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    creates magnetic domain where the electron aligns and with more than 10 coiling, it wouldn’t produce a difference of electricity. Same size of battery…

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    Speaker Cones Essay

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    1.2. Cones Speaker cones vary in size and shape as well as the material they are made of. They range from original Rice and Kellog design-paper cone, through Kevlar and carbon fibre, metal (aluminium) and a variety of composites, each manufacturer employing different materials suited to providing the best efficiency and linearity. First of all they wanted to achieve manufacturing consistency since wood is not a homogenous substance and tends to vary from one form of timber to another, even…

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    The Importance Of Sensors

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    sensor are determined by the physical variable they sense and are categorized in; Electrical: current, voltage, resistance, capacitance, inductance, and charge; Chemical: chemical concentration, composition, and reaction rate; Magnetic: magnetic field intensity, flux density, and magnetization; Mechanical: displacement or strain, level position, velocity acceleration, torque, pressure and flow rate; Radiant: electromagnetic wave intensity, wavelength, polarization, and phase;…

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    ECG Signal Essay

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    CHAPTER 2 2.1 ELECTROCARDIOGRAM The ECG Signal is a graphical representation of the electromechanical activity of system. The various propagation action potentials within the heart produce a current flow, which generates an electrical field that can be detected, in significantly attenuated form, at the body surface, via a differential voltage measurement system. The resulting measurement, when taken with electrodes in standardized locations, is known as the electrocardiogram. The ECG signal is…

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    Analysis Of Magnet Wire

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    single, flexible strand or rod of metal which is typically cylindrically-shaped. The core applications of wire, both single- or multi-stranded wire, are to withstand or carry mechanical loads in construction sector, whereas in electrical and electronic field are used to transmit electricity and telecommunications signals. For examples, from view of construction, wires are either braided or fixated together to form a bundle of strands, namely multi-stranded wire or conventionally known as cable,…

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    How To Make A Kite Essay

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    Electricity wasn’t invented it is already occurred in the nature. It was just discovered by Benjamin Franklin. His experiments (famous kite experiment) helped in building the connection between the electricity and lightning. In his experiment with kite included a kite with the key tie to the end of kite, which is connected to the Leyden jar. When the lighting struck the kite, the electric current travel down the string through the key and into the Leyden jar. We wonder that “what is there in…

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