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    To do Cable calculation it has to meet the requirements from BS 7671. Design Current First thing to do is calculate the design current. (Ib) I=Watts/Volts. You do this so you can find out the total current. Apply Diversity Factors (where applicable) Diversity is described in the onsite guide Appendix A as a way to determine the maximum demand for an installation and includes the current demand for commonly used equipment. For example if in a domestic household there were 8 lights on a circuit, not all the lights would be on at the same time therefore the expected load will not reach the maximum amperes. The On Site Guide states in Table A2 that when completing a lighting circuit in small hotels, boarding houses or guest houses the diversity…

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    The teacher and researcher went into the room next door that contained the electric shock generator box. The generator has a row of switches marked from 15 volts (Slight Shock) to 375 volts (Danger: Severe Shock) to 450 volts. The teacher (subject) would read the list of words and then test the learner’s (confederate) memory. The experimenter would administer an electric shock each time the learner (confederate) responded incorrectly. The subjects (teachers) were unaware that shocks were not…

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    to charge their electronic devices, it is inconvenience to find power sources. Students also face the same problem, it takes time to find power outlet and sometimes it is far from they are sitting. In order to solve this problem, we offer reliable power backpack so that people can charge their electronic devices conveniently. The backpack have lightweight ion lithium battery built inside, so people do not need to worry about the weight. The battery will comes in different capacity from 23,000…

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    Grade 9 Lab Report Sheet

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    Term 2 Science Assessment: Electromagnets Lab Report sheet Name: Greg Gerald Class: 9A Date: December 3 2015 Group Member: Dennis I. Research Question How did the amount of volt affect the strength of the electromagnets? Reason I wanted to know if an electromagnet can be strengthen even more through the increase of its energy. II. Introduction: What is electromagnet? Electromagnet is a magnet that runs on electricity. Electromagnet is created when a copper wire is…

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    that was output at each of the displacements. This followed by normalizing it, another way to look at is was setting the voltage to zero at a point and adjusting the other voltages by the value. Once completing this I was able to convert the voltages into positions. The first experiment was the drop test. The first thing you would need to do is to set up the LVDT and connect it to the DT9879 signal conditioner box, allowing us to us QuickDAQ. Once completed you would set the hardware for a ±10…

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    The circuit has 2 resistors, one with 100 Ω of resistance and the other with 1KΩ, and a voltage source of 3 volts in series in a closed circuit. Tables 2 through 5 show the data for circuits 2-5. Circuit 2 includes a voltage source of 3 volts and two resistors with resistances of 100Ω and 1 KΩ. This time, the resistors are in parallel in a closed circuit. For circuit 3, there is a combination of resistors in parallel and in series. In circuit 4, the circuit contains 2 resistors and an LED in a…

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    In the cell Cu (s) + Cu2+(aq) ↔ Cu2+ + Cu(s) ,when the concentration of Cu2+ was reduced from 1.0 M to 0.010 M, it caused the reaction to shift to the right. The standard E value was 0.00 Volts, the reaction shifted right and so did the E cell value. It got higher than the standard value as it attempts to reestablish equilibrium. According to LeChatliers principle, “When any system at equilibrium is subjected to change in concentration, temperature, volume, or pressure, then the system…

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    Robotic System Case Study

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    There are several power source options in the market to choose from. After several hours of research, it was determined that the best two options were lithium polymer battery and a high capacity smart technology USB power bank. Design #1: LIPO Battery The LIPO battery is a great piece of equipment to power electronic devices such as RC planes and RC cars. These types of batteries can usually push out significantly more amount of volts/amps than traditional alkaline batteries. For example,…

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    1.1 Dielectric Materials Dielectric materials are insulating materials that exhibit the property of electrical polarization. Dielectric materials support charge by acquiring a polarisation in an electric field. 1.1.1 Electric susceptibility and permittivity When a capacitor with capacitance C0 is filled with a dielectric material, its charge storage capacity (capacitance) increases to a value of C. Than susceptibility (χ^') of the dielectric materials is given by χ^'= (C-C_0)/C Dielectric…

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    Deus Lo Volt Analysis

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    In 1095 at the Council of Clermont in France, Pope Urban II gave a speech that would affect the church for many years to come. He declared that church was going to try and get the Holy Land back from the Seljuk Turks in battles that would be known as the Crusades. Since the mid-seventh century, the Muslims had controlled the Holy Land and had prevented Catholics from entering Jerusalem to make pilgrimages. The Catholics saw gaining the Holy Land back as a sacred duty because the Muslims were…

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