Investigate a product that you have NO IDEA HOW IT WORKS, and delineate the history of its development (who, when, where, why) , society need it served (what), describe in DETAIL the products operation and works (how), and how the design process covers th
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The main purpose of this tool is to join two items together by creating a solid bond between the two objects. The type of iron changes according to the purpose and the projects for which it is used.… It is also used in joining stained glass pieces together. Soldering iron is effective in bonding purpose. According to (Mc Mohan ,2014) “Working with a soldering…
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Under a typical extensional strain, strain is the measure of a movement when adjacent particles in a body undergo a displacement due to external loading. Mathematically, the strain is… Specifically, the most common and accepted method of measuring strain is using the electrical resistant strain gage. The strain gage is a gaunt conductor made of a wire or a…
Structure and Bonding of 5 different materials (Chemistry)
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Physical properties entail the melting point, boiling point, hardness, electrical conductivity and the ease of solubility in polar and non-polar solvents. This report discusses five materials, the bonding present between their molecules and its effect on the physical properties.… Silicon dioxide forms a giant covalent structure/lattice, extending in all the 3…
Chemistry chemistry
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Intramolecular forces operate within the molecules or fundamental units of a substance. This would include the attraction between positive and negative ions in a crystal of an ionic compound, the covalent bonds in a molecular substance as well as the covalent bonds linking atoms in a network structure, such as that of carbon (diamond).Metallic bonds are also classified as intramolecular forces (Frederick, 1979, P.63)Intermolecular forces operate between, rather than within, the molecules of a covalent substance.…
Turbine-Engine Ignition and Starter Systems
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Each of the two ignition systems consist of an exciter, ignition plug and the ignition lead. The article has gone ahead to describe the functions of each of the parts… It is also interesting on how the ignition lead is designed. The lead wire is surrounded by a metallic braid that protects it from electromagnetic interference. It also serves as a ground return…
Measuring the electrical resistivity of a wire
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First, we hand to find the electrical resistance of the wire. Electrical resistance is what hinders the electric current to flow. The following factors affect the resistance of a wire;… For a piece of the conductor, its resistance is determined using the following relationship; Where, L is the length of the wire where the voltage is measured, and A is the…
PENTACENE BASED ORGANIC MIS STRUCTURES: STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES
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Several applications use organic electro-optics and electronic devices due to the revolutionary developments made in the organic thin film transistors (OTFT), organic light emitting devices (OLED), photo-detectors and photo-voltaic cells [1]. These organic electronic devices can… h as Pentacene, Polyacetylene, Polyyaniline, etc are not only more flexible and…
Answering the paragraph
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The Material Science Question 1. What is the progression of materials used for aircraft structures? Ultimately, what drives the changes in the aircraft’s material selection? The different materials used to build aircraft structures are metals, ceramics, polymers and composites and there had been progression in these materials along many years.… Ceramics-…
SCI P1
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It always occurs combined in nature, and is artificially obtained in the Free State, usually as a dark brown amorphous powder, or as a dark crystalline substance with a metallic… Called also silicium” While Semi conductor is “Crystalline element (such as germanium or silicon) or compound (such as gallium arsenide or indium phosphide) that is between a…
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Name: Professor: Course: Date: SCI P1 Introduction According to Brainy (2011), the meaning of Silicon is, “A nonmetallic element analogous to carbon. It always occurs combined in nature, and is artificially obtained in the Free State, usually as a dark brown amorphous powder, or as a dark crystalline substance with a metallic luster.… Atomic weight 28. Called…
GROUNDING & BONDING
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BONDING AND GROUNDING Definition The chances of static build-up to spark explosions, costly fires, property damage and injury to workers are a constant danger. Any industrial process will generate static electricity. The purpose of bonding and grounding is to reduce stray voltage problems caused by electrical faults.… It is done with the help of copper wire to…
Material Selection Case Study
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Golf is a sport with a worldwide following. It is played by people with diverse background demographically. So, there are male and female golfers, as there are children and senior adults who play the game. Some of the players have several years of experience, where as others are simply beginners now learning.… The outcome is that presently golf clubs have been…
Different subject
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Generators CONTENTS Number Topic Pages 1 Introduction 1 2 Mechanism and Principle Of Working 2-3 3 Types Of Generators 4 4 Cogeneration 5 5 Generator Criterion of Selection 6 Bibliography 7 1. Introduction The consumption of electricity is an element of necessity in modern life style.… The working of Electricity generators is based on the principle of…
Material Science: Road Tires
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Name: Institution: Course: Date: Material Science: Road Tires The road tire is the outer fitting of the wheel; the part that comes into contact with the ground in motor vehicles and similar machines. In vehicles, bicycles, airplanes and similar machines, the road tires essentially bear the total load of the machine.… Road wheels are designed to operate in a…
Creative short story on time travel
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With all the animals around, flying birds and exotic organisms seem so phenomenal. However, the great inventions fascinate me more about this place. I never thought I would live to watch objects perform functions that are next to impossible like… Existing historical works give us a past, which seem so unreal and amazing. The existence of humongous animals that…
Control and monitoring on smart grid
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A capacitor has two conductive material plates separated by an insulator dielectric. The dielectric could be paper, air, oxide, plastic or any other insulator type. An insulator’s… Rp, parallel resistance, is a large value which has significant effect in capacitors which have small values. Rs, equivalent series resistance, albeit a small value, is vital in…
What is superconductivity and what practical applications does it have (radiotelescopes, MagLevs, etc)
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Superconductivity is the characteristic behaviour of certain metallic and ceramic materials, where electric resistance is completely lost upon subjection to very low temperatures (teachers.web, n.d). The temperatures range where this phenomenon is observed among these various… Their application makes use of the properties rendered to them by electric and…
Alternating Current and Direct Current Generators
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In the paper “Alternating Current and Direct Current Generators” the author analyzes electrical transition as direct current (DC) or alternating current (AC). An electric power generator can be built by spinning a wire loop within a uniform magnetic field.… Rotating Armature Generator This generator has a rotor that acts as an armature and a stator that…
How to use a Wood Material in Computer Hard Disc Drives
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How to use a Wood Material in Computer Hard Disk Drives Name of Student Student Number Institution Date How to Use a Wood Material in Computer Hard Disk Drives I. Introduction Hard disk drives, also known as HDD, are the data centre of the computer.… A hard disk drive is made up of aluminum and a mixture of other non-biodegradable materials. These two…
Gold
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June 2, 2015 GOLD MATERIAL: EXTRACTION, STRUCTURE, PROPERTIES AND ITS IMPORTANT Abstract This paper gives a general overview of gold material, its physical and chemical structures and properties, the general process used in extraction of the mineral (gold) including the many types of gold we have.… Introduction Gold is a dense element having a shiny, soft and…
Literature Review on Engineering
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Literature Review Insert name Institution Literature Review Power or energy can be transferred using various wireless means which have been known and researched on over the years and which are known as far –field means of energy transfers. The transferring of energy using the method of radiation as employed in the operations of the radio waves and radiations.…
College Physics
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Suppose the body p is positively charged. The free electrons in the conductor xy get attracted towards the end x. the positive ions get repelled to the end y. Thus the nearer end x is negatively charged while the farther end y is positively charged. Benjamin Franklin was the first man to conduct experiments regarding the separation of charge.… According to…
Gold
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This paper gives a general overview of gold material, its physical and chemical structures and properties, the general process used in extraction of the mineral (gold) including the many types of gold we have. Also, it presents a view on the economic importance of the ore and… Gold is a dense element having a shiny, soft and malleable surface. Its chemical…
High density Plasma CVD
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HIGH DENSITY PLASMA CVD I start this article with the introduction to the Chemical vapor deposition (CVD). CVD is a chemical phenomenon of a material to deposit it on another material. This is done using thin films of the different materials. A typical CVD phenomenon includes the exposure of a material commonly in volatile format with the substrate which allows the reaction of those and obtains the desired result, deposit or exposure.…
Corrosion Damage Assessment Using Infrared Thermography: A Historical Overview
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The assessment of damage due to corrosion is of critical importance and the use of thermal imaging instruments play a key part in the overall process. In order to come to a clearer and more knowledgeable understanding of this subject matter, a historical overview of infrared thermography, the instruments included with it, and how they are used to aide in the assessment of corrosion damage must be thoroughly discussed.…
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