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The dip angle between layers C and D is 8.5 degrees. The document shows a cross section with labeled geological layers and uses a scale ratio to determine the true distance between lines A and B, which is used to calculate the dip angle between layers C and D as the tangent inverse of the height difference over the horizontal distance.

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Pre-Cal 30S October 8th, 2008

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This document contains 5 multiple choice questions about geometry and trigonometry concepts: (1) Finding a length on a figure, (2) Determining the number of possible triangles given angle and side lengths, (3) Solving a trigonometric equation, (4) Calculating a reference angle, (5) Using trigonometry to calculate distances and heights from two observation points of an airplane.

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Geometry unit 9.1

This document provides examples and explanations of translations, which are geometric transformations where every point of a figure is moved by the same distance and direction. It defines translations and provides examples of identifying translations, drawing translations in the coordinate plane using vectors, and applying translations to solve word problems involving movement. Examples involve translating triangles, quadrilaterals, and figures on a chessboard by vectors and determining the single translation vector that moves a figure from its starting position to its final position.

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- Segment and Angle Addition
- Segment and Angle Bisectors
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- Special Angle Relationshsips
- Area

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Computer Graphic - Transformations in 3d

1. The document describes the steps to perform a rotation of an object in 3D space about an arbitrary point or axis.
2. It provides an example of rotating a unit cube 90 degrees about an axis defined by two points and calculating the new coordinates.
3. It also gives an example of rotating the point (1,2,1) 90 degrees and showing the resulting point (1,2,3) transformed to (4,6,7).

Complex shapes

The document describes how to calculate the areas of complex shapes by splitting them into simpler shapes. It shows splitting a shape into two rectangles, calculating the area of each using their dimensions, with rectangle ABCH being 26 m^2 and rectangle DEFG being 31.5 m^2. It then shows splitting another shape into two rectangles, calculating one as 1400 m^2 and the other as 1500 m^2.

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This document discusses compositions of isometries such as translations, reflections, and rotations. It provides examples of drawing the results of compositions of isometries by performing one transformation followed by another. The key points are that a composition of transformations results in an image congruent to the original, and certain compositions are equivalent to single transformations like translations. Glide reflections, which are compositions of translations and reflections, are also introduced.

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This document introduces dilations by defining them as a type of transformation where a figure stretches or shrinks with respect to a fixed point. It explains that dilations use a scale factor, where a scale factor greater than 1 makes the figure larger (stretch) and a scale factor between 0-1 makes the figure smaller (shrink). The document provides examples of how to calculate new dimensions of a figure after dilating it using different scale factors. It also explains that dilations have a center of dilation, so that corresponding vertices of the original and dilated figures lie on the same line from the center. Examples are given to practice dilating shapes using different scale factors with the origin as the center of dilation.

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Geo Unit 1 Review

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Geometry unit 9.2

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Computer Graphic - Transformations in 3d

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Dilations edmodo 2013 14

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Block Details
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#Jameel_Academy_Engineering_Block

بەشێن ئەندازيارى بنياسە ! | Jameel Academy

#Engineering_Info

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How to Integrate an Equation | Jameel Academy

1. The document provides steps to integrate equations, beginning with trying basic integration formulas. If that does not work, methods like integration by substitution, parts, or trig substitutions are suggested.
2. As a last resort, the document advises adding numbers or factoring trinomials to manipulate the equation into a form that can be integrated using basic formulas or methods.
3. Examples are provided demonstrating each step, from integrating straightforward equations to more complex examples that require manipulation or advanced methods.

Permeability Test of soil Using Constant and Falling Head Method

1) The document describes laboratory tests to determine the coefficient of permeability of soil samples using the constant head and falling head methods.
2) For the falling head test on a sandy soil sample, the average permeability was found to be 0.00322 cm/sec.
3) For the constant head test on a second sample, the average permeability was determined to be 0.02069 cm/min.

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The document describes a soil mechanics lab report on determining field density using the sand cone method. The test procedure involves digging a hole, placing the excavated soil in an airtight bag, then using a sand cone apparatus to pour sand into the hole to determine the hole's volume. Calculations are shown to find the field dry unit weight, water content, and relative density compared to the maximum dry unit weight from a lab compaction test. The results found a field dry unit weight of 1.4149 g/cm3 and relative density of 72%, indicating the field compaction was not adequate for the project.

Consolidation of Soil Test | Jameel Academy

This report summarizes a consolidation test conducted on a soil sample to determine key consolidation parameters. The test procedure involved placing a soil specimen in a consolidation ring, loading it incrementally in a consolidation device, and taking dial readings over time. Key parameters determined include the compression index Cc, coefficient of consolidation Cv, coefficient of volume change av, and coefficient of permeability mv. These parameters provide important information about the compressibility and rate of settlement of the soil sample under increasing loads. The test aimed to evaluate the consolidation behavior of the soil and calculate consolidation parameters accurately to allow for computing consolidation settlement.

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Discharge Under a Sluice Gate | Jameel Academy

This document summarizes a student's laboratory experiment on measuring water discharge under a sluice gate. The student measured the discharge for different water volumes and times, and calculated the theoretical and actual discharges. The results were tabulated and showed that the actual discharge increased with increasing gate height. A logarithmic equation was also determined relating the actual discharge to the height difference in water before and after the gate. The purpose was to experimentally determine the actual discharge under a sluice gate and compare it to theoretical calculations.

Discharge Over a Vee-Notch Weir | Jameel Academy

1) The student performed an experiment to measure the discharge of water over a vee-notch weir. Water was pumped into an open channel and measurements were taken of water level, volume collected, and time to collect the volume.
2) Calculations were done to determine the theoretical discharge based on the notch geometry and actual discharge based on the collected volume and time. The ratio of actual to theoretical discharge (Cd) was calculated.
3) A linear relationship was found between the Cd ratio and the water level over the weir, expressed as Cd = -3.14H + 0.19. The experiment validated the method for calculating discharge over a vee-notch weir.

Discharge Over a broad Crested Weir | Jameel Academy

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2) Using the measured heights and volumes, the actual discharge was calculated and compared to the theoretical discharge calculated using a formula. The ratio of actual to theoretical discharge, known as the coefficient of discharge (Cd), was also determined.
3) The results showed that the Cd increased with increasing water height, and a logarithmic equation was developed to relate Cd to water height. The purpose was to determine discharge over a weir and compare to theory.

Center of Pressure on Vertical Fully Submerged Plate | Jameel Academy

1) The document describes an experiment to determine the center of pressure on a vertical fully submerged plate. Measurements were taken at different mass levels to calculate the actual and theoretical center of pressure.
2) Calculations showed the actual center of pressure was greater than the theoretical value, with a maximum error of 5.86%. This error was within the acceptable limit of 10%, indicating the experiment yielded accurate results.
3) The conclusion is that the experiment successfully measured the center of pressure, compared it to theoretical values, and found small errors, demonstrating the validity of the experimental method.

Pressure Measurement by Weight and Bourdon Gauge | Jameel Academy

1) The document describes an experiment to measure pressure using weights and a bourdon gauge. Various weights were added to a piston submerged in water and the corresponding pressure readings on the gauge were recorded.
2) The true pressure was calculated using a formula involving the mass, area of the piston, and gravitational acceleration. The percentage error between the true and gauge pressures was also determined.
3) Increasing and decreasing the weights resulted in increasing and decreasing pressure readings. The errors were smaller for decreasing pressure measurements. Sources of error and how to improve accuracy are discussed.

Stability of A Floating Body | Jameel Academy

1) The document describes an experiment to determine the stability of a floating body. It involves measuring the angle of tilt caused by moving a jockey weight along a submerged apparatus at different heights.
2) Calculations are shown to determine values like the metacentric height, center of gravity, and the distance between the center of buoyancy and center of gravity.
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Center of Pressure on Vertical Partially Submerged Plate | Jameel Academy

1) The document reports on an experiment to determine the center of pressure on a vertically partially submerged plate. Various masses were used and the distance from the plate to the water surface was measured.
2) The center of pressure was calculated using a formula that takes into account the distance measurements, mass, and plate properties. The calculated and measured centers of pressure were compared to find percent error.
3) Results showed the center of pressure decreases with increasing mass and errors generally increased with lighter masses, with a maximum error of 40.49%. The relationship between calculated and measured centers of pressure was plotted on a graph.

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This document reports on a test to determine the specific gravity and absorption of fine and coarse aggregates. The specific gravities of coarse aggregate were found to be 2.55, 2.7, and 2.8 for bulk dry, SSD, and apparent respectively. For fine aggregate, the specific gravities were 2.64, 2.7, and 2.8. The absorptions were 2.3% for coarse and 1.78% for fine. While the specific gravities were normal, the absorptions were outside standard ranges, likely due to errors in measuring the fine aggregate's slump or not waiting 24 hours for coarse aggregate heating. In conclusion, the aggregates tested would not be suitable for use due to

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Permeability Test of soil Using Constant and Falling Head Method

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Comparative analysis between traditional aquaponics and reconstructed aquapon...

The aquaponic system of planting is a method that does not require soil usage. It is a method that only needs water, fish, lava rocks (a substitute for soil), and plants. Aquaponic systems are sustainable and environmentally friendly. Its use not only helps to plant in small spaces but also helps reduce artificial chemical use and minimizes excess water use, as aquaponics consumes 90% less water than soil-based gardening. The study applied a descriptive and experimental design to assess and compare conventional and reconstructed aquaponic methods for reproducing tomatoes. The researchers created an observation checklist to determine the significant factors of the study. The study aims to determine the significant difference between traditional aquaponics and reconstructed aquaponics systems propagating tomatoes in terms of height, weight, girth, and number of fruits. The reconstructed aquaponics system’s higher growth yield results in a much more nourished crop than the traditional aquaponics system. It is superior in its number of fruits, height, weight, and girth measurement. Moreover, the reconstructed aquaponics system is proven to eliminate all the hindrances present in the traditional aquaponics system, which are overcrowding of fish, algae growth, pest problems, contaminated water, and dead fish.

VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE. VFDs are widely used in industrial applications for...

Variable frequency drive .A Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) is an electronic device used to control the speed and torque of an electric motor by varying the frequency and voltage of its power supply. VFDs are widely used in industrial applications for motor control, providing significant energy savings and precise motor operation.

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Advanced control scheme of doubly fed induction generator for wind turbine us...

This paper describes a speed control device for generating electrical energy on an electricity network based on the doubly fed induction generator (DFIG) used for wind power conversion systems. At first, a double-fed induction generator model was constructed. A control law is formulated to govern the flow of energy between the stator of a DFIG and the energy network using three types of controllers: proportional integral (PI), sliding mode controller (SMC) and second order sliding mode controller (SOSMC). Their different results in terms of power reference tracking, reaction to unexpected speed fluctuations, sensitivity to perturbations, and resilience against machine parameter alterations are compared. MATLAB/Simulink was used to conduct the simulations for the preceding study. Multiple simulations have shown very satisfying results, and the investigations demonstrate the efficacy and power-enhancing capabilities of the suggested control system.

Design and optimization of ion propulsion drone

Electric propulsion technology is widely used in many kinds of vehicles in recent years, and aircrafts are no exception. Technically, UAVs are electrically propelled but tend to produce a significant amount of noise and vibrations. Ion propulsion technology for drones is a potential solution to this problem. Ion propulsion technology is proven to be feasible in the earth’s atmosphere. The study presented in this article shows the design of EHD thrusters and power supply for ion propulsion drones along with performance optimization of high-voltage power supply for endurance in earth’s atmosphere.

CEC 352 - SATELLITE COMMUNICATION UNIT 1

SATELLITE COMMUNICATION

Gas agency management system project report.pdf

The project entitled "Gas Agency" is done to make the manual process easier by making it a computerized system for billing and maintaining stock. The Gas Agencies get the order request through phone calls or by personal from their customers and deliver the gas cylinders to their address based on their demand and previous delivery date. This process is made computerized and the customer's name, address and stock details are stored in a database. Based on this the billing for a customer is made simple and easier, since a customer order for gas can be accepted only after completing a certain period from the previous delivery. This can be calculated and billed easily through this. There are two types of delivery like domestic purpose use delivery and commercial purpose use delivery. The bill rate and capacity differs for both. This can be easily maintained and charged accordingly.

Electric vehicle and photovoltaic advanced roles in enhancing the financial p...

Climate change's impact on the planet forced the United Nations and governments to promote green energies and electric transportation. The deployments of photovoltaic (PV) and electric vehicle (EV) systems gained stronger momentum due to their numerous advantages over fossil fuel types. The advantages go beyond sustainability to reach financial support and stability. The work in this paper introduces the hybrid system between PV and EV to support industrial and commercial plants. This paper covers the theoretical framework of the proposed hybrid system including the required equation to complete the cost analysis when PV and EV are present. In addition, the proposed design diagram which sets the priorities and requirements of the system is presented. The proposed approach allows setup to advance their power stability, especially during power outages. The presented information supports researchers and plant owners to complete the necessary analysis while promoting the deployment of clean energy. The result of a case study that represents a dairy milk farmer supports the theoretical works and highlights its advanced benefits to existing plants. The short return on investment of the proposed approach supports the paper's novelty approach for the sustainable electrical system. In addition, the proposed system allows for an isolated power setup without the need for a transmission line which enhances the safety of the electrical network

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CompEx~Manual~1210 (2).pdf COMPEX GAS AND VAPOURS

GAS AND VAPOURS COMPEX 01-04

Rainfall intensity duration frequency curve statistical analysis and modeling...

Using data from 41 years in Patna’ India’ the study’s goal is to analyze the trends of how often it rains on a weekly, seasonal, and annual basis (1981−2020). First, utilizing the intensity-duration-frequency (IDF) curve and the relationship by statistically analyzing rainfall’ the historical rainfall data set for Patna’ India’ during a 41 year period (1981−2020), was evaluated for its quality. Changes in the hydrologic cycle as a result of increased greenhouse gas emissions are expected to induce variations in the intensity, length, and frequency of precipitation events. One strategy to lessen vulnerability is to quantify probable changes and adapt to them. Techniques such as log-normal, normal, and Gumbel are used (EV-I). Distributions were created with durations of 1, 2, 3, 6, and 24 h and return times of 2, 5, 10, 25, and 100 years. There were also mathematical correlations discovered between rainfall and recurrence interval.
Findings: Based on findings, the Gumbel approach produced the highest intensity values, whereas the other approaches produced values that were close to each other. The data indicates that 461.9 mm of rain fell during the monsoon season’s 301st week. However, it was found that the 29th week had the greatest average rainfall, 92.6 mm. With 952.6 mm on average, the monsoon season saw the highest rainfall. Calculations revealed that the yearly rainfall averaged 1171.1 mm. Using Weibull’s method, the study was subsequently expanded to examine rainfall distribution at different recurrence intervals of 2, 5, 10, and 25 years. Rainfall and recurrence interval mathematical correlations were also developed. Further regression analysis revealed that short wave irrigation, wind direction, wind speed, pressure, relative humidity, and temperature all had a substantial influence on rainfall.
Originality and value: The results of the rainfall IDF curves can provide useful information to policymakers in making appropriate decisions in managing and minimizing floods in the study area.

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