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A Report On Gaming Pc
Daniel Fennell
AS 91080 Report
Gaming PC
The user will mainly use this computer for playing highly graphical video games such as Far Cry 4, the Call of Duty Franchise and Counter Strike:
Global Offensive. The user will be using this pc for hours a day, so he/she will need a pc which is able to handle hours of gaming and being able to
run the games at at least 60FPS and be able to run them at high graphical settings and be able to display these graphics in 1080x1920 resolution.
The components needed for this:
Case – Thermaltake R31
Motherboard – RAMPAGE V EXTREME ASUS
CPU – Intel core i7–4770 quad core
Cooling Fans – Thermaltake Riing version 12 and 14
Hard Drive – 1TB WD
SSD – Samsung 850 EVO 120GB
Graphics Card – ASUS GeForce GTX960
Power Supply – CORSAIR AX760i 760W
RAM – Vengeance LPX 4GB DDR4
Description of purpose each component
Case – the case that was chosen is a Thermaltake Model R31. The purpose of this case is to allow for room for the components and the air flow
required to keep the components cooled down.
Motherboard – The motherboard that was chosen is the Rampage V Extreme made and designed with chipset x99 by ASUS. This board is equipped
with anything a gamer would need on a board, including easy overclocking abilities, ability to make game packets higher priority and a very sleek
design. The motherboard connects to the power supply with two 20/24–pin connectors and a 4/8–pin 12V connector, this is the basic connection with
any motherboard. The basic
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TRANSIENT ANALYSIS OF A RESISTOR-INDUCTOR (RL) CIRCUIT Essay
TRANSIENT ANALYSIS OF A RESISTOR
–INDUCTOR (RL) CIRCUIT
TOM CARNEY
Table of Contents
1. Introduction..............................................................................................Page 2
2. Theoretical Analysis.................................................................................Page 3
3. Questions related to constructed circuit..............................................Page 5
4. Conclusion.................................................................................................Page 6
5. Works cited................................................................................................Page 6
6. Illustrations.................................................................................................Page 7–8
Transient Analysis of aResistor– Inductor (RL) Circuit
1. INTRODUCTION
Electrical circuit analysis is done in order to allow the designer to verify his design and to predict the response of the system under varying conditions
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Its formula looks like this: T= L/R. Tau or lowercase t. Five time constants are required for current to reach 100% of its value. The time constant of t
for the circuit in Figure 7.1 is 470 micro seconds.
The Current value of IL, through the inductor at the beginning of the charge cycle is 0 Amps, while, the end of the charging cycle was 10 mA. The
voltage at V1 across the inductor and resistor in the beginning stages is 10 V and end with 0V. The inductor acts like an open circuit at the beginning
of the charging cycle, ending appearing like a short circuit.
3. Calculation's verified through MultiSim Program
a. What is the Time Constant for the circuit in Figure 7.1?
470 micro Seconds
b. What is the Transient Time for Figure 7.1? t=0 c. What is the value of the current IL,(should be lowercase L), through the inductor at the beginning
and end of the charging cycle?
Beginning is 0 Amps
End is 10^3, 10 mA
d. What is the voltage VL across the inductor and resistor at the beginning and end of the charge cycle?
Beginning is 10 Volts
End is 0 Volts
e. What is VL and IL at 1t, 2t,3t ,4t, and 5t?
1 tau
2 tau
3 tau
4 tau
5 tau
3.67 seconds
1.35 seconds
4.97
micro seconds
18.3
Micro seconds
67.38
Micro seconds
3. Questions related to Constructed Circuit.
a. How does self–resistance of the inductor affect the results?
The magnetic field created by a charging current in the circuit induces a
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Efficient and Sustainable Ecosystems
Ecosystem Report:
Introduction:
Ecosystems are everywhere. Any place that contains living and non–living organisms (biotic and abiotic), that share the same space are a community,
this is called an ecosystem. An ecosystem can occupy a large space in the environment, or a very small space. To make up anecosystem, there must be
an interrelationship between the abiotic and biotic components in the ecosystem; for example, there must be a series of food–chains in order for the
different species to survive in that particular ecosystem. Another definition of an ecosystem is:
'They consist of all the organisms in a community, their biotic and abiotic environments, and exchanges within and between each of these' (Knox et al.
2010, p. 128).
The purpose of this investigation is to thoroughly study an ecosystem, to expand the knowledge of many who wish to further understand the
environment and its components. By completing this investigation it allows for people to understand the importance and needs for having and
maintaining healthy ecosystems. For example, 'Ecosystems provide food both in their natural state...in the form of managed landscapes' (International
Water Management Institute 2011, p. 11). The investigations of ecosystems are vital in today's society because people can learn how to better treat and
take care of them so they are more efficient and sustainable.
Methods:
Figure 1: This is a map of where the investigation was taken place, and it shows the 2 areas that
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  • 1. A Report On Gaming Pc Daniel Fennell AS 91080 Report Gaming PC The user will mainly use this computer for playing highly graphical video games such as Far Cry 4, the Call of Duty Franchise and Counter Strike: Global Offensive. The user will be using this pc for hours a day, so he/she will need a pc which is able to handle hours of gaming and being able to run the games at at least 60FPS and be able to run them at high graphical settings and be able to display these graphics in 1080x1920 resolution. The components needed for this: Case – Thermaltake R31 Motherboard – RAMPAGE V EXTREME ASUS CPU – Intel core i7–4770 quad core Cooling Fans – Thermaltake Riing version 12 and 14 Hard Drive – 1TB WD SSD – Samsung 850 EVO 120GB Graphics Card – ASUS GeForce GTX960 Power Supply – CORSAIR AX760i 760W RAM – Vengeance LPX 4GB DDR4 Description of purpose each component Case – the case that was chosen is a Thermaltake Model R31. The purpose of this case is to allow for room for the components and the air flow required to keep the components cooled down. Motherboard – The motherboard that was chosen is the Rampage V Extreme made and designed with chipset x99 by ASUS. This board is equipped with anything a gamer would need on a board, including easy overclocking abilities, ability to make game packets higher priority and a very sleek design. The motherboard connects to the power supply with two 20/24–pin connectors and a 4/8–pin 12V connector, this is the basic connection with any motherboard. The basic
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  • 3. TRANSIENT ANALYSIS OF A RESISTOR-INDUCTOR (RL) CIRCUIT Essay TRANSIENT ANALYSIS OF A RESISTOR –INDUCTOR (RL) CIRCUIT TOM CARNEY Table of Contents 1. Introduction..............................................................................................Page 2 2. Theoretical Analysis.................................................................................Page 3 3. Questions related to constructed circuit..............................................Page 5 4. Conclusion.................................................................................................Page 6 5. Works cited................................................................................................Page 6 6. Illustrations.................................................................................................Page 7–8 Transient Analysis of aResistor– Inductor (RL) Circuit 1. INTRODUCTION Electrical circuit analysis is done in order to allow the designer to verify his design and to predict the response of the system under varying conditions of load and excitation. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Its formula looks like this: T= L/R. Tau or lowercase t. Five time constants are required for current to reach 100% of its value. The time constant of t for the circuit in Figure 7.1 is 470 micro seconds.
  • 4. The Current value of IL, through the inductor at the beginning of the charge cycle is 0 Amps, while, the end of the charging cycle was 10 mA. The voltage at V1 across the inductor and resistor in the beginning stages is 10 V and end with 0V. The inductor acts like an open circuit at the beginning of the charging cycle, ending appearing like a short circuit. 3. Calculation's verified through MultiSim Program a. What is the Time Constant for the circuit in Figure 7.1? 470 micro Seconds b. What is the Transient Time for Figure 7.1? t=0 c. What is the value of the current IL,(should be lowercase L), through the inductor at the beginning and end of the charging cycle? Beginning is 0 Amps End is 10^3, 10 mA d. What is the voltage VL across the inductor and resistor at the beginning and end of the charge cycle? Beginning is 10 Volts End is 0 Volts e. What is VL and IL at 1t, 2t,3t ,4t, and 5t? 1 tau 2 tau 3 tau 4 tau 5 tau 3.67 seconds 1.35 seconds 4.97 micro seconds 18.3 Micro seconds 67.38 Micro seconds 3. Questions related to Constructed Circuit.
  • 5. a. How does self–resistance of the inductor affect the results? The magnetic field created by a charging current in the circuit induces a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Efficient and Sustainable Ecosystems Ecosystem Report: Introduction: Ecosystems are everywhere. Any place that contains living and non–living organisms (biotic and abiotic), that share the same space are a community, this is called an ecosystem. An ecosystem can occupy a large space in the environment, or a very small space. To make up anecosystem, there must be an interrelationship between the abiotic and biotic components in the ecosystem; for example, there must be a series of food–chains in order for the different species to survive in that particular ecosystem. Another definition of an ecosystem is: 'They consist of all the organisms in a community, their biotic and abiotic environments, and exchanges within and between each of these' (Knox et al. 2010, p. 128). The purpose of this investigation is to thoroughly study an ecosystem, to expand the knowledge of many who wish to further understand the environment and its components. By completing this investigation it allows for people to understand the importance and needs for having and maintaining healthy ecosystems. For example, 'Ecosystems provide food both in their natural state...in the form of managed landscapes' (International Water Management Institute 2011, p. 11). The investigations of ecosystems are vital in today's society because people can learn how to better treat and take care of them so they are more efficient and sustainable. Methods: Figure 1: This is a map of where the investigation was taken place, and it shows the 2 areas that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. The Duckweed Experiment: Effects of Lowering Light... Abstract Duckweed is a small aquatic plant that is able to grow rapidly, making it the ideal specimen for our experiment. It is hypothesized that altering the amount of light received by duckweed will alter its photosynthetic rate. It is predicted that a lower light intensity will lower the rate of growth in duckweed. Two treatment groups were covered with a screen in order to reduce light intensity. Both groups were kept under a controlled light source for fourteen days and plant counts were taken at regular intervals. The ravg for the experimental group was 0.1613 and the ravg for the control group was 0.2047. The results indicated that our predictions were correct; duckweed that received less light exhibited a lower rate of... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The average population on day 13 for the treatment group was 172.5 individuals and 307 individuals for the control group. Our results show that the group which received less light had a lower population count and exhibited a lower overall per capita growth rate. The average population count for duckweed in the treatment groups was lower than that in the control groups for each day data was recorded (Table 1). By day fourteen, the average population size of the control group reached 307 individuals, nearly twice that of the treatment group (Table 1). Table I: Population count for duckweed in the presence/absence of a screen over a period of fourteen days DayAverage population count of Duckweed in the absence of a screenAverage population count of Duckweed in the presence of a screen 020.519.5 55345 78565 11185.5138 13307172.5 Using the experimental data, we calculated the per capita population growth rate of Lemna minor using the equation r = 1/tв€™ln(Nt/N0). The results showed that duckweed grown in the presence of a screen exhibited a lower per capita growth rate than duckweed grown in the absence of a screen (Table 2). Table II: Calculated per–capita population growth rate (r) values for each group over a fourteen day period. All values measured in day–1 DayDuckweed grown in the absence of screen (1)Duckweed grown in the absence of screen (2)Duckweed grown in the presence of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Marine Ecosystems Rocky Shore Ecosystems– Point Cartwright Nicolas Cuny 11B Mr. Nisbett Due Date: 03/09/2010 Introduction: On the 23rd of August, the three biology classes or grade 11 at Redlands College visited the rocky shore ecosystems at Point Cartwright in Queensland. Two different types of rocky shoreecosystem were examined, the rock pool area, and the boulder area. We first examined areas within the rock pool area. The rock pool area has several specific features which set it apart from other rocky shore ecosystems, including its geological makeup and position. It is made up of a flat platform of rock pockmarked with numerous rock pools; indents in the rocks which are filled with water and contain ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Sea anemones feed from the surrounding water by catching small micro–organisms in their tentacles. For this reason, anemones need constant water to survive which is why none were observed in the boulder area as an area with constant water cannot be guaranteed. Sand is another factor which is present in the boulder area, but not in the rock pools. Sea cucumbers were thriving closer to the low tide mark in the boulder area, yet none were observed in the rock pool area. Sea cucumbers are almost always found laying spread out across the sand, with their feeding tubes out, browsing along the sand bed. This is the feeding habit of the sea cucumber and it would not be able to carry out this habit without the presence of sand. It is shown time and time again by the presence and habits of specific organisms in each area that the abiotic factors of each area affect the ability for an organism to survive in that system. See next page for transect table taken at Point Cartwright boulder area. (TRANSECT TABLE INSERT HERE!) Figure 1: Green Algae Percentage of Algae Cover (%) Metres from shore (M)
  • 9. Figure 2: Limpets Number of Limpets in Sector Metres from Shore (M) As seen in figure one, percentage of cover of green algae in each transect sector decreased the further from shore we travelled, and closer to the low tide mark. This is a clear example of an organism's ability to thrive depending on its position in the boulder area. This ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Components Based Software Engineering ( Cbse ) Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1Component Based Software Engineering Introduction Component–Based Software Engineering (CBSE) means the development of software by using pre–developed software components. It may contain external as well as in–house built components. Component–based development approach develops the software systems by choosing appropriate components and then integrating them by using a well–defined architecture. Component based software engineering (CBSE) has become a modern approach of software development that provides an optimal, efficient, economic and quick software development as per user requirements. The Need of Component Based Software Engineering Modern software systems have become more and more large scale and complex which results in higher cost of building the systems, low productivity, and degraded system–quality. Thus need of developing a good, economical software development strategy arose.CBSE helps to deal with complexity by following a divide and conquer approach, modularising large softwares systems into smaller, reusable units called components. CBSE helps in decreasing the development cost of the systems, the time it takes to deliver to the customer, enhance the maintenance of the software and dependability on the system. Component–Based Software Engineering Process The Component–Based Software Engineering Process involves a)Recognition of candidate components b)Qualification of the interface of each component c)Adjustment of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Advantages Of Principle Component Analysis 3.4. Principle Component Analysis (PCA) Principle component analysis, also referred to as eigenvector transformation, Hotelling transformation and Karhunen Loeve transformation in remote sensing, is a multivariate technique [66] that is used to decrease dataset dimensionality. In this technique, the original remote sensing dataset, which is a correlated variable, is distorted into a simpler dataset for analysis. This permits the dataset to be uncorrelated variables representing the most significant information from the novel [21]. The computation of the variance covariance matrix (C) of multiband images is expressed as: Where M and X are the multiband image mean and individual pixel value vectors respectively, and n is the number of pixels. In change detection, there are two ways to relate PCA. The first method is counting two image dates to a single file, and the second methods is subtracting the second image date from the corresponding image of the first date after performing PCA individually. The disadvantages of PCA can... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For example, Baronti, Carla [39] concerned PCA to examine the changes occurring in multi–temporal polarimetric synthetic aperture radar (SAR) images. They used association instead of a covariance matrix in the transformation to condense gain variations that are introduced by the imaging system and that provide weight to each polarization. In another example, Liu, Nishiyama [49] evaluated four techniques, including image differencing, image ratioing, image regression and PCA, from a mathematical perspective. They distinguished that standardized PCA achieved the greatest performance for change detection. Standardized PCA is better than unstandardized PCA for change detection because, if the images subjected to PCA are not calculated in the same scale, the correlation matrix normalizes the data onto the same scale ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. The Development of an Artificial Life based Software... The behavior of a solution or a service can be analyzed by taking into account the interaction between the components of the software. These interactions can be analyzed by developing a framework based on Artificial Life. This calls for the development of an Artificial Life based Software Ecosystem model. This paper proposes a framework using Artificial Life in the Software Ecosystem. In order to find the gaps in the existing methodologies, extensive literature review has been carried out. It was found that the interest in the topic has been on the increase and the advent of professional Ecosystems has helped popularizing the phenomenon. However, the present framework do not use the data related to evolution of the Software for later stages. The proposed methodology would pave way of Artificial Life in Software Ecosystem. 1.INTRODUCTION A Software Ecosystem (SE) considers developers, clients, operating system, underlying hardware and other peripheral components. A SE considers the concept of evolution of the software in the same way as the evolution of a natural ecosystem. It has been pointed out by many researchers that considering the system's evolution would lead to a better and comprehensive analysis of the software which would ultimately help in management and development of new versions. The point can be understood by the following analogy. If we consider that evolution of a human being, then what humans have done in order to achieve, what they have been able to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. SOP for weekly maintenance Essay HHD 53rd Transportation Battalion 7th Sustainment Brigade Fort Eustis, VA 23604 HHD 3rd Platoon Weapons Maintenance SOP AFD–Q6FG10–0013 Effective Date 29 October 2013 1. PURPOSE: To address the clearing, disassembling, cleaning, inspection for serviceability, lubricating and reassembling of the M4 or M4A1carbine. 2. APPLICABILITY: 3rd Platoon, HHD 53rd Transportation BN. 3. REFERENCES: Lubricate Order (LO); STP 21–1–SMCT; TM 9–1005–319–10; DA Form 2404 Equipment Inspection and Maintenance Worksheet. 4. RESPONSIBILITIES: You are to complete three copies of DA... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... (3) Pull the handguards free. c. Push the take down pin as far as it will go. d. Pivot the upper receiver from the lower receiver. e. Push the receiver pivot pin in as far as it will go. f. Separate the upper and lower receivers. g. Remove carrying handle, if applicable. (1) Loosen the screws on the left side of the clamping bar. (2) Lift the handle off once the clamping bar is loose. h. Pull back the charging handle. i. Remove the bolt carrier and bolt. j. Remove the charging handle.
  • 14. k. Disassemble the bolt carrier. (1) Remove the firing pin retaining pin. STP–21–1–SMCT 11 September 2012 3–3 Performance Steps Note: Do not spread open or close split end of pin. (2) Push in bolt assembly to locked position. CAUTION Do not drop or hit the firing pin. Damage to the pin may cause the weapon to malfunction. (3) Drop firing pin out of rear of bolt carrier. (4) Remove the bolt cam pin by turning it one–quarter of a turn and lifting it out. (5) Remove bolt assembly from carrier. (6) Press the rear of the extractor pin to check spring function. Note: Any weak springs should be reported to the unit armor for replacement. (7) Remove the extractor pin by pushing it out with the firing pin. (8) Lift out the extractor and spring, taking care that the spring does not separate from the extractor. l. Remove buffer and buffer spring from buttstock. (1) Press in buffer depress retainer and release buffer. (2) Remove buffer and action ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Using Engines Used And Manufactured By Maruti Suzuki ABSTRACT The training project entitled "To study the petrol (VVT engines) and diesel (DDIS engines)" aims to study the different types of engines used and manufactured by Maruti Suzuki. It also studies the various types of problems occurred in the engines in running conditions. This project is a thorough study of the VVT & DDIS engines, their usefulness, their efficiency and their high performance due to their new technology. It also includes the case studies of the cars which were reported to the workshop having engine related problems. ENGINE GENERAL INFORMATION AND DIAGNOSIS Engine Diagnosis General Discription: The engine and emission control system is this vehicle are controlled by ECM (Engine control module), ECM has an OBD (On –board Diagnosis) system which detects a malfunction in this system and abnormality of those parts that influence the engine exhaust emission. When diagnosing engine troubles, be sure to have full understanding of the outline of "OBD System description" There is a close relationship between the engine mechanical, engine cooling system, ignition system, exhaust system, etc, and the engine and emission control system in their structure and operation. In case of an engine trouble, even when the MIL (malfunction indicator light) does not turn ON, it should be diagnosed according to "Engine and Emission Control System" OBD System Description: ECM in these cars has following functions: When ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16. Differentiated Instruction Scenarios Differentiated Instruction Scenario The title of my lesson is Environmental Barometer. This lesson will take approximately 45–60 minutes of preparation time and a 45–minute session to conduct a field investigation. The lesson is in groups of 3 to 4 students. The materials for the lesson include clipboards, one copy per group of Biotic and Abiotic Features Data Sheet, reference materials (tree, bird, amphibian, insect guides), a selection of instruments to study abiotic features of an ecosystem (anemometer, thermometer, and soil pH tester). The students will compare and contrast abiotic and biotic components inventoried at two outdoor study locations in an effort to explore wildlife as indicators of ecosystem health. The teacher will choose ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I will prepare students for the day's lesson by quickly summarizing the order of various activities planned. Explain, for example, that a review of the previous lesson will be followed by new information and that both groups will be expected. I will give follow–up directions. For example, provide oral and written instructions when going outside and what expectations are needed for them. Recommendations for Dyslexia students: I will provide a glossary of the terms used in the lesson. The students will benefit from a glossary of content–related terms. I will also repeat the directions to make sure the students understand the investigation. Recommendations for Autism students: I will demonstrate the instructions of the investigations by using hand signals. I will provide extra time for the students to complete the investigations. Recommendations for learning disorder: I will provide extra time for the students to complete the investigations. I will adjust my questions and level of complexity based on what fits that particular student. Recommendations for behavior disorder: I will use a calm but firm voice when talking to students. If a problem arises I will clearly explain the problem and state consequences. I will also acknowledge improvements in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Gun, Hunting, And Personal Defense Putting rounds down range every time you pull the trigger on your firearm is very important, whether for target shooting, hunting, or personal defense. Equally important to putting rounds down range is the proper maintenance of your firearm. There are many types of firearms in today's world with some that are more complicated than others in their operation and maintenance. One of the easier firearms to maintain is the Armalite Rifle, Model 15, otherwise known as the AR–15. The basic disassembly, or field striping, of the AR–15, is universal regardless of who the manufacture is or how the gas system is set up. You will only need a clear work surface, a beach towel or similar item, and a number 2 punch to complete the disassembly process.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Place your towel flat on your work surface before proceeding (this is to help prevent oil, grease, powder residue, and your firearm from damaging the work surface). The first step in disassembly after making the weapon clear and safe is to separate the upper receiver group from the lower receiver group. Locate the takedown pin, which is located just above the safety, and the pivot pin, which is located at the front of the lower receiver. With your number 2 punch depress the takedown pin from the left side. You should feel a noticeable click when the takedown pin overcomes the force of the takedown pin detent. Repeat for the pivot pin, being careful not to push the pin all the way through the receiver. The takedown pin and pivot pins should now be partially extended on the right side of the lower receiver. Lay the firearm on its left side so it lies flat on your work surface. Grasp the takedown pin from the right side and pull till it fully extends out the right side of the receiver. Again, you should feel a noticeable click when the detent pin engages the takedown pin at the fully extended position. Now repeat by grasping and pulling the pivot pin till it fully extends out the right side of the receiver. Next, while holding the lower receiver group, grasp the upper receiver group and slide it clear of the lower receiver group. At this point the lower receiver group disassembly is complete, so sit it to one side ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Abiotic Factors Affecting Natural Resources Production... Alysha Agliam Noeau Likua Molokai HS NR Production TABLE OF CONTENTS Abstract........................................................................................................3 Main Body....................................................................................................4 References.....................................................................................................7 ABSTRACT Abiotic and biotic factors are extremely important factors for our environment. The presence of these factors could provide for a peaceful and healthy environment and the disappearance of these factors could wreak havoc on an environment. Abiotic factors focus more on the physical aspects of an environment and biotic focuses more on biological. MAIN BODY What are important abiotic and biotic factors affecting organisms that are considered in Natural Resources Production decisions? Abiotic refers to something physical rather than biological. Abiotic factors can determine which species of organisms will survive in any given environment. This factor is important because they affect how organisms survive. The abiotic factor can be placed into categories of meteorology, soil, air pollution, micro–topographic features, water availability, and water quality. Chemical and geological factors, such as rocks and minerals, and physical factors, such as temperature, weather, and lay of the land, are also referred to as abiotic components. Biotic factors are the living parts of an ecosystem, such as the animals, plants, and microorganisms. A factor created by a living thing or any living
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  • 20. lab 1 interreach variability Essay Interreach variability and correlation analyses between biotic and abiotic factors of the Old Chelsea stream BIO2129 Section Demonstrators: October 1, 2014 Department of Biology Hypotheses Water quality parameters such as pH, dissolved oxygen, seston, water temperature etc. are important variables in the abundance and diversity of benthic macroinvertebrates of the Old Chelsea stream. Therefore, it can be hypothesized that pH and dissolved oxygen have a direct correlation on biotic factors within the stream. Furthermore, due to the surface water velocity variations of the stream, it is hypothesized that water pH and dissolved oxygen interreach variability is statistically significant. Results Note that for figures 1 and 2, the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In figure 2, we observe that dissolved oxygen levels are higher in site 2 compared to site 1 and that variations within the same site are rather small. Lastly, both figure 1 and figure 2 show slightly higher elevations of both pH and dissolved oxygen at the 3rd location of sampling. In figure 3, we observe a significant correlation between pH and Simpson's Diversity Index where it can be noted that the higher the level of pH, the higher the diversity index. In figure 4, we observe an unsupported correlation between pH and total taxa. Henceforth, total taxa does not depend on pH levels. In figure 5, an unsupported correlation between is observed between dissolved oxygen and Simpson's Diversity Index. In figure 6, an unsupported correlation is observed between dissolved oxygen and total taxa. As in figure 4, it can be concluded from these observations that total taxa does not depend on dissolved oxygen levels in the water. In figure 7, it is observed that the percent relative abundance of taxa at site 1 does not share a particular link with the percent relative abundance of taxa at site 2. Furthermore, different taxa are shown to be dominant for both sites. Ephemeroptera and Odonata are the only taxa shared by both sites according to this figure. In table 1, the most prominent statistical conclusion was failure to reject the null hypothesis, that the variability of abiotic factors (pH and dissolved oxygen) ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Investigating The Charging And Discharging Abilities Of A... The objective of the experiment was to measure the charging and discharging abilities of a resistor capacitor circuit. In a RC circuit the voltage is an asymptomatic function of the charging time. If a battery were connected in series in a circuit with a resistor, there would be a constant current. In contrast, if the battery were connected with a capacitor in series, the current would be time–varying, decaying to zero as the capacitor charges up. The results of the experiments verified the properties of the RC Circuits, confirming that voltage is a function of the product of resistance and capacitance. The experiment produced results that agreed with expectations confirming the electrical theory of RC circuits. Sources of error ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Capacitors are considered nonlinear devices because their charging and discharging rate depends on the charge already there on the capacitor. The higher the charge on the plates of the capacitor, the slower its charging rate. This is because the slow buildup of electric charge poses resistance to the addition of extra charge as voltage starts to build across the plates. As a result, the flow of current gets smaller. In contrast, while discharging, the higher the charge on the plates, the faster it discharges. On the application of a voltage source to a circuit, the capacitor attempts to reach the full voltage asymptotically, even though it never reaches the full voltage. The mathematical formula that represents the voltage across the capacitor is: V(t) = V0(1–et/RC) For a charged capacitor, the mathematical formula that represents the voltage across the capacitor as it is discharging: V(t) = V0(et/RC) Where: RC is the time constant Ж¬ of the circuit; V0 is the potential difference in volts (V) of the voltage source; R is the resistance in ohms (О©); C is the capacitance in the circuit in farads (F); and T is the time measured in seconds (s). After one time constant, the voltage is (e–1) x (V). It takes almost 3 times RC for a capacitor to get charged to 95% of the voltage. Ж¬ (seconds) = R (ohms) x C (farads) From Ohm's Law: R = V/I;
  • 22. Capacitance = Q/V (charge stored per voltage applied); and I = Q/t (amount of charge flowing per time). As such: RC = R x ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Components Of Most Influential Components We identified the affected components of most influential components in both type of perturbations. We combined all the four environmental conditions to construct the network of the most influential components with downstream targets. On these networks we mapped druggable proteins and cancer associated genes. Under inactivating perturbations, we obtained the network of PI3K, EGFR, PP2A, GRK and CaM (Figure 7A). Under activating perturbations, we obtained the network of influential components i.e. EGFR, IL1_TNFR, ERK, SHP2, RKIP, Ras, Gbg_i, Fak, Integrins, and PP2A (Figure 7B). The ranking of these components based on number of affected components is shown in Table 4. We observed that the EGFR is affecting most number of components under activating as well as inactivating perturbations. Interestingly, EGFR is a validated drug target for cancer [34]. The other influential components such as PI3K, ERK, and Ras have been previously explored in multiple cancer types. However, the influential components consist of the most important drug candidates that block cell proliferation in cancer cells. Some of these components have been associated with the drug resistance. For example, in non–small cell lung cancer, EGFR showed mutation in its kinase domain, Epithelial–mesenchymal transition, and mechanisms to develop resistance to gefitinib [35]. In colorectal, and head and neck cancers KRAS mutation, EGFR–S492R mutation, and increased ErBb signaling are responsible for resistance ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. The Components Of The Alloys The alloys were also plotted along with the elements and its orientations. Here, the alloys were clustered by K–means clustering method to classify the alloys into different clusters. Alloys that belong to the same cluster have the same symbol. Few best alloys mentioned in Table 2 were plotted in the figure. In these figures, variables (elements) were plotted as arrows. The arrows represent the relative contribution of the original variables to the variance along the PCs. In these figures, the longer the arrows, the stronger are their contributions. Additionally, an arrow orthogonal to a certain PC has a null effect on that PC while an arrow that is collinear to a certain PC contribute only to that certain PC. We classified the dataset ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Thus, we did not perform PCA on the elements. Various properties were analyzed and it is reported below. Scree plots were plotted in order to determine the number of effective principal components required to represent the whole dataset. It was found that 2 PC’s are able to extract most of the information from the dataset. Figure 28 shows the scree plot for the properties while Figure 29 shows the position of various properties in the PC space. Figure 28: Scree plot for PCA analysis: 2 PCA components were chosen Figure 29: Orientation of various properties in the PC space It can be seen that and coincide at the same spot. It makes sense as one is the inverse of the other. Similarly, and can form a cluster and also m and density can be taken as another cluster. This means that properties that form a cluster are dependent on each other. Analysis of other datasets will further clarify these findings. 2. Optimization: Alloy 81–180 With this data, we went for PC analysis of the elements. From scree plot in Figure 30, it was found that 3 PC’s were able to extract most of the information from the dataset. Figure 30 shows the scree plot for the elements while Figure 31 shows the position of various elements in the PC space. Figure 30: Scree plot for PCA analysis: 3 PCA components were chosen Figure 31: Orientation of various elements in the PC space It can be observed that Cu and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Biotic Factors In Hawaii Plants are found everywhere on earth, up high on the ridge and down low in caves and caverns. The types of plants that live in these places depends on many factors. These factors are separated into two different categories, the biotic factors and the abiotic factors. Some of the biotic factors include, predation, competition, and habitat destruction. Plants with limited competition and large amounts of resources will be in a higher abundance than plants with limited resources and higher competition rates will be confined to areas and either out competed or will be the dominant species. Certain plants adapt to these factors and thrive and others don't do as well. Some of the abiotic factors include, sunlight, water, temperature, and wind. These ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The ridge is known as an endangered dry ridge hike, for its endemic species and dry climate (Nelson 2003). The ridge trail starts on dole street near the university of Hawaii at Manoa. From the campus, the ridge seems dry and grassy and it is expected as a dry leeward side ridge. This ridge is also known for its brush fires during the hot seasons, the most recent being the fire in 2007. The fire left 50 acre of the ridge scorched and burned to the ground (Siopack 2007). But, now in 2016 there has been an increasing amount of rain and the ridge has since begun to heal since the fire. The beginning of the trail starts off dry with rocky soil and the dominant vegetation being the M. maximus that has a yellow brownish color. The vegetation isn't completely covering the soil; it is mostly clumped together. As you continue to move up the trail the vegetation starts to get a little greener and thicker. The M. maximus gets thicker, greener, and more dominant. The soil is still rocky and dry, but there are a few different species such as the air plants and small shrubs. More of a change is seen further up the ridge once you are out of the tall grasses. The land is moister and has a wide range of tree species and woody area. There was an abundance of Haole Koa trees, thorny bastards, all spice, and strawberry guava. It was a large change from an open canopy of large ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Components Functions : Component Image P1 Component Name:Component Functions:Component Image: KeyboardA keyboard is an input device that allows you to type with a QWERTY keyboard which you then can insert texts and symbols, it also allows users to function the computer quicker by using buttons, which then is displayed on the computers monitor. ScannerA scanner allows you to photograph an image/document (hardcopy) and it copies it onto the computer system, some scanners also act like a printer as they allow you to scan any document or image and print out a replicar of it. PrinterA printer allows users to print out any document or image, it is an also known as an output device as you command the computer to print out a document which you then receive. ProjectorA ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... MotherboardThe motherboard is the central circuit board of your computer. All other components plug into it, and the job of the motherboard is to relay information between them all. If you have a better motherboard your computer will work faster and better. RAMThe RAM (random access memory) has a temporary memory, the computer uses it to store anything temporary. It is the computer 's main memory where programs, application software, and data are stored. The increase of RAM speeds up the computer so videos work better and applications are faster and also to give more memory to the computer. Power SupplyA power supply is the computers fuel; it's what gives the computer its power. It supplies power to the various components of your computer like the RAM, the fan etc. More demanding computers need more power to work at a good rate. BIOSThe BIOS chip is a microprocessor which controls what the computer does. The BIOS is a chip located on all motherboards that contains instructions and is setup for how your system should boot as well as how it operates. The BIOS includes instructions on how to load basic computer hardware and includes a test that helps verify the computer meets requirements to boot up properly. If the computer does not pass the test, you will receive a combination of beeps indicating what is malfunctioning within the computer. Network Interface CardA Network Interface Card is a computer hardware ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Essay about Cmis 102 Hw 2 CMIS 102 Homework 2 Problem Analysis In order to calculate the total price to purchase all the components required to build a state–of–the–art gaming computer, state–of–the–art must be defined. For the purposes of this program design, state–of–the–art is defined as a set of computer components that are capable of operating current games to a satisfactory level. A sample of minimum and recommended hardware requirements for modern games was taken and a baseline established for components that satisfy those requirements. Additional hardware was selected that exceeds the requirements to establish options representing mid–range and bleeding–edge components. These three sets of components were researched online to determine prices... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... These tasks directly correspond to the modules of our design. An input module will display a list of 11 drop down boxes, one for each component type. Each drop–down box will contain the options available for that component type, with the baseline category option as the default. A calculation module will look up the prices for the selected components in the database and compute the sum total. A display module will output the result to the user. A main module will tie the other modules together and coordinate the calling of each module and the data passed between them. MAIN_MODULE: /* Set the defaults to baseline components */ SET selectedComponents = baselineComponents CALL INPUT_MODULE SET totalPrice = CALCULATE_MODULE CALL DISPLAY_MODULE(totalPrice) INPUT_MODULE: FOR EACH component type get list of components from the database of TYPE component type populate the combo box for component type with the list of components of that type END FOR /* Wait for the user to finish input then store the selections */ SET selectedComponents = values of the drop down boxes RETURN CALCULATE_MODULE: SET totalPrice = 0 FOR EACH component IN selectedComponents SET currentComponentPrice = look up the PRICE of the component in the database totalPrice = totalPrice + currentComponentPrice END FOR RETURN totalPrice ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Four Characteristics Essay Comparison Of Four Ecosystems Comparison of Four Ecosystem Essay Assignment An ecosystem is the "relationship between the biotic and abiotic components. Biotic components are composed of all living things in contrast, abiotic components are composed of the non–living parts of an environment." (Ms. Blackshaw) This essay is focused on the abiotic factors that influence an ecosystem. They are many abiotic factors affecting an ecosystem such as temperature, water, wind, sunlight, rocks, soil, and oxygen. However, the three abiotic factors that affect a parking lot, field, meadow, and forest the greatest are wind, rock and water. Wind is defined as the movement of the air. Even though, Wind is an abiotic factor it is still vital for various ecosystems. In parking lots, wind is non–prominent due to the lack of trees compared to the forest, where it is chilly and windy. Some biotic factors that were recorded in the parking lot were, grass, tress, and dandelions. Dandelions are important for bees and other organisms that consume nectar. Without wind, the dandelion blossoms would not be able to blow away creating more dandelions for bees and other insects to consume. This gives the organisms less nectar and it may cause death because the lack of resources for them to consume in that area. Fields produce more wind currents compared to parking lots because its an open space, with more trees. Since there are not a lot of interferences with the fields, wind picks up grass pollens and spreads it throughout the fields making the fields richer and healthier. This allows the primary consumers to eat the grass and be healthy. Causing the entire food chain to be healthy. Meadows compared to fields, have a bit more wind due to the trees and bushes that compose the ecosystem. The winds help for cooling birds and insects. Wind also affects plants throughout their growth. Slight winds help the plants grow sturdier, so other consumers can benefit from it. Winds in forests are very high due to the number of trees. Due to more wind, it helps animals such as birds to fly without much effort and the same with butterfly's. Without wind in forests animals that fly tend to struggle a lot because it does not have wind support. Rock or stone is a natural substance. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Earth, Our Earth : Steps To Save The Environment Earth is our home. Our home needs to be protected and loved for it to survive for decades to come and for our future children. Taking the time to learn and educate yourself about the environment and the home we live in is crucial not only for its survival but our own too. it is not only important to realize how our daily lifes harms the environment but also that there are many steps we can take to save the environment as well. First step in doing so, is learning what the environment is, what makes up the environment, what are we doing wrong and what can we do that is right to save our home. The environment is made up by everything surrounding and affecting us daily. It is the air we breathe, the water that covers the earth's surface, the plants and animals arounds, and much more. In the environment there biotic and abiotic factors that sometimes interact with one another. a biotic component is any living thing in an ecosystem, such as animals, plants and microorganisms. Abiotic components are the non–living parts of an ecosystem, such as temperature, sunlight, clouds, and the chemicals in the soil. Both biotic and abiotic factors interact in the ecosystem and if one factor is chaged or removed, it can affect the entire ecosystem. Abiotic are specially important because they directly affect how organism such as ourselfs survive. One example of the interaction between biotic and abiotic factors is with plants. The plant is a biotic factor and uses abiotic factors such as sunlight and water to make food and survive. Society has been affected by the environment and affected the environment we live in. while many things have been changing due to human ativity, much as been preserved and protected by human activity.the interactions between humans and the environment are constantly changing. The way we treat the earth and the earth treats us has changed over the years. These effects include decrease water quality, increased pollution and greenhouse emissions, depletion of natural reousrces and contribution to climate change. Some of these effects can be easily linked to human activities whereas others remain unclear. Water pollution is primarily the fault of humans and the excess input of nutrients into the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Green Blazer Short Story The story Green Blazer brings order with representation of the foundation with build up the presentation and top of the story. The story has woven plot, the author has woven together every components and character to build up a story. In the story there is just a single peak zone, which demonstrates the falling and ascending of the activities. We can see that the story starts with the outline of the foundation, which incorporates the foundation of Raju, the place they are situated at, his family, his general public and not to overlook the foundation of the green overcoat. In story the author demonstrates the way of life of towns, and the city circumstance. At the point when the story builds up the stories turn out to be more confounded and the argument emerges gradually. The author gradually shows the circumstance of the Raju, the motivation behind why Raju pick the calling, it is providing in the between of the presentation of story and the peak of the story. In this story the contention plot begins from paragraph 2 until the section 8, where Raju first pickpockets the wallet from the green blazer and again chooses to return it. The difficulty and conflict inside Raju creates from here, when he comes to realize that the balloon in that purse the motherless kid to remember green jacket. All through he likewise observe diverse Turing point inside the story. At the point when Raju choose to give the wallet back, the feeling he experiences when he came to realize that he didn't ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Safety Precautions For Drones Research Papers Electrical Subsystem Drones are high–speed racing machines, but did you know "danger" is their middle name? Full throttle propellers can slice through skin or eyes and batteries can burst into flames unexpectedly. That's why drone assembly requires skill and attention to detail. Attach the motors in the wrong configuration and RubiQ will act more like a mole than a drone. Plug in the battery before attaching the antenna and you risk permanently frying the video receiver (RX). So buckle up, read carefully, build methodically and wear those safety goggles! Materials List: Droneology RubiQ Kit Safety Precautions: Safety is no Accident Learn to stay out of harm's way as you navigate the Droneology safety briefing before attaching RubiQ's electronic ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Well, let's think about light as a type of wave – it makes it easier to imagine sunshine's 8–minute journey from the Sun to the Earth. This sunlight contains the full electromagnetic spectrum of wavelengths: radio waves longer than a football field, x–rays shorter than a single atom, infrared, ultraviolet and every visible color from neon pink to eggplant purple. The Earth is constantly bombarded with these waves, absorbing some while others bounce off. The colors we see in the world around us are actually the rejected wavelengths colliding with color–sensitive proteins in the backs of our ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Environment And Human Environment Ecosystems is the dynamic complex of plant, animal and micro–organism communities and their non–living environment that work together to form a functional unit and they are constantly changing due to the fluctuating equilibrium from natural stress and human action which has had adversarial impacts on ecosystems. This is evident in Minnamurra rainforest as human induced modifications and environmental stresses had resulted in a vulnerable ecosystem. Furthermore, the removal of factors that contribute to the vulnerability of an ecosystem is important as it affect the functioning of the ecosystem as processes are accelerated, biodiversity is decreased which greatly affects humans. Despite the negative effects caused by humans, they have discovered that ecosystems are susceptible from harm caused by natural environmental factors or human impacts and realised the importance of protecting and managing ecosystems therefore have implemented management strategies that are supposed to prevent further detriment and as a consequence may induce resiliency. Within Minnamurra rainforest all biophysical components rely on each other, for example changes to the lithosphere (gaseous elements surrounding the earth), can cause stress to the flora and fauna within the ecosystem and impact other abiotic factors. Human interaction has also caused many detrimental impacts on the ecosystem through changes in lithospheric processes. For instance littering can bring unwanted diseases that can affect ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. A Brief Note On The Temperate Deciduous Forest Biome Alexis Apicella Chapter 5. 1) I live in the Temperate Deciduous Forest Biome and within this biome the temperature and precipitation are the most important determinants. There are distinct seasons where the summers are warmer than in the winters. Also in the fall the leaves will fall off of the trees and in the following spring they will appear again. These factors have changed over the past 100 years due to global warming. The weather within seasons have changed resulting in more frequent hot days and fewer cool days. 2) We cannot protect people from a natural disturbance such as a fire, because it is a natural part of an ecosystem and are bound to happen. We cannot control flooding, windstorms, or earthquakes, which are also natural disturbances, therefore we prevent fires where houses were built in the path. Chapter 6. 3) There are more disadvantages of living longer or reproducing more quickly then there are advantages. In order for a species to survive they must have access to food and water. As apopulation is growing at a fast rate they are using up their environment much quicker then before. The environment has no time to replenish itself since every moment animals are looking to feed. Each environment has a limited capacity of they are able to offer a species and once that capacity is met, shortages of food and resources eventually lead to a population crash. 4) Abiotic factors are caused by nonliving components of the environment and are density independent ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Principle Component Analysis ( Pca ) PCA model Principle component analysis (PCA) is often used to reduce the dimensionality of a data set, and the reduced data can then explain most of the variance within the original data (Guo, Wang & Louie, 2004). The main function of the PCA is to convert a number of interrelated variables into a smaller set of independent variables. The new independent variables which are called principal components (PCs). They are the linear combinations of the original variables (Jackson & J.E., 2005). The PCA model can be expressed as (Miller et al., 2002): Z_ik=∑_(j=1)^pв –’гЂ–G_ij H_jk гЂ— i=1,2,...,m;k=1,2,...,n (1) Where: G_ij= the correlation of compound i with factor j H_jk= the relative impact of jth factor for the total contaminant of the kth... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Standardization of the original data before the PCA can help us better understand how the variables influence the analysis (Thurston & Spengler, 1985). Before applying the standardized data to the PCA, the outliers should be excluded. A sensitivity analysis should be done to determine the outliers which should be removed. The suspected outliers should be removed from the data set one at a time until the PCA reaches a stable result and the further exclusion of the samples has very little effect on the PCA results (Swietlicki et al., 1996). Outputs The output of the PCA based on Matlab includes the following: "coeff" file, "score" file, "latent" file, "tsquared" file, and the "explained" file. The "coeff" file is a matrix of the principal component coefficients, or we can call them loadings. If the input matrix is n–by–p, then the coefficient matrix should be p–by–p. The columns of the coefficient matrix represent the principal components, and the columns are placed in descending order according to the component variance. The "score" file gives us a matrix of the principal component score which represents the input matrix in the new principal component space. The score file represents the projection of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Zapit Components As stated in the syllabus for EMG4005 Business Research Skills and Application, the objective of the Week 7 assignment is to write meaningful paragraphs describing the industry and the target market which would provide readers to assess the feasibility of the proposed business. Only two out of the four components of a full Feasibility Analysis paper will be addressed. This paper will provide the "Introduction" and "Industry/Market Feasibility" components. Introduced in Week 3 my company, ZapIt Incorporated, has created a smartphone mobile application, to be used by consumers to make grocery purchases and leave without having to wait in a checkout line. The ZapIt team strongly believes this application will be a game–changer in the... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Barringer will be used as a guide in providing a comprehensive assessment. In examining the competitive landscape of smartphone applications enabling consumers to scan and purchase grocery items, currently there are no competitors. There are store provided hand–held scanning devices in which items are scanned and downloaded at the checkout terminal. The ZapIt team assesses our product as a high potential product due to no competition. We feel while the age of the grocery industry (NAIC 44511) is old and our product is a young concept in a mature industry. The growth rate of the industry as noted in Figure 1, the Plunkett Research Ltd report entitled "Supermarkets and Other Grocery (except Convenience) Stores Industry (U.S.) Analytics, Extensive Financial Benchmarks, Metrics and Revenue Forecasts to 2022, NAIC 445110" published September 02, 2015, we see a gradual increasing trend (Plunkett, 2015). Figure 1. Supermarkets and Other Grocery (except Convenience) Stores Industry (U.S.) Analytics, Extensive Financial Benchmarks, Metrics and Revenue Forecasts to 2022, NAIC ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Printed Crt Essay PRINTED CIRCUITS COMPONENTS FOR A JIT FACTORY Mr. Carl Burger, supply manager at Acacia Company, is faced with a problem of researching several electronic components for a new graphic plotter, manufactured in a just–in–time environment. Acacia Company is a major producer of graphic plotters, renowned for top–quality and innovative products. The newest unit in the product line is the 440A, a relatively inexpensive eight–pen, A–size (8ВЅ" x 11") plotter, designed for use with personal computers. Thoughtful design of the component parts, along with a dedicated value engineering effort, resulted in substantially fewer component parts required for assembly. Extensive market research indicated that the plotter was priced lower than most ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The PC cell contains state–of–the–art robotics equipment requiring little human intervention. The equipment is designed to select the component parts while still packaged, load its feeder bins, and automatically insert the components into PC boards based on a computerized XY insertion program. There is also a JIT stockroom facility near the production areas, and a separate MRP system. Parts purchased for the 440A must meet special JIT requirements. Suppliers are requested to use bar–coded labels to identify their shipments for optical wanding into inventory, and the automatic equipment requires specially designed packaging tubes and parts for taping for autoinsertion of PC components. Furthermore, the delivery of most JIT parts must be weekly (instead of usual monthly delivery), in order to maintain a minimum of inventory in the stockroom. Deliveries must be highly reliable to prevent stockouts and line shutdowns. The parts that Carl is considering resourcing are four integrated circuits (ICs), seven diodes, and three transistors. These parts are all low–cost, industry–standard parts, with the exception of five of the diodes, which are manufactured by only one company, Monitor Inc. Monitor is the industry leader in diodes and transistors and supplies Acacia with quality parts at competitive prices for other plotters. While the 440A was still in the design phase, Carl and the electrical engineers began preliminary ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Spanish Moss Spanish moss is a vascular epiphyte that belongs to the genus known as Tillandsia. Epiphytes do not typically harm the tree species that it resides on. Epiphytes such as Spanish moss(TillansiaUaneoides) is not dependent on the tree for nutrients; however, it uses the tree for mechanical support. It produces seeds that are transported by the wind which causes it to be found in various locations; however, spanish moss may not survive living on some tree hosts and be found more frequently on certain tree species than others. This is largely due to the fact that biotic factors and abiotic factors contribute to the distribution of Spanish moss found in certain environments. Biotic and abiotic factors determine both where an organism can live... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This could be due to the increased amount of foliar minerals on the dying tree, so "it is possible that differences in availability of minerals in various tree canopies could determine the local distribution of Spanish moss"(Marks and Schlesinger 1977). The availability of minerals also plays a crucial role with the amount of spanish moss found on cypress and hardwoods versus pine trees. Pine trees do not generally leach nearly as much minerals as cypress and hardwood trees do. Mark and Schlesinger inferred that cypress and hardwood trees possess a higher percentage of Calcium, Magnesium, and Potassium than pine trees(1977). The differences in minerals, host preferences and other abiotic and biotic factors of Spanish moss could possibly contribute to the lack of Spanish moss found in pine trees versus the amount found in hardwood trees at Lake ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Caribbean Sea Abiotic Factors The Caribbean Sea in located off the coast of North, Central, and South Americas. This sea spans about two million, seven hundred and fifty–three thousand square kilometers. There are also many islands found in the midst of the Caribbean Sea. While these islands are a great place for a vacation, the populations of people on the islands can affect life. Many different factors influence life in the Caribbean Sea. These factors are divided into two categories; abiotic factors and biotic factors. These types of factors can influence biodiversity in a certain area. A change in a single population results in a huge change in an ecosystem that was previously well–balanced and diverse. Populations change in size all as a result of these factors. Abiotic factors, such as rainfall and temperature, are different from place to place. In the Caribbean, the abiotic factors vary from water current to water depth, from the amount of sunlight to the oxygen levels. The Caribbean Sea is large and there are many measuring points throughout the sea, this results in different conclusions for the same question. Now, that being said, the results recorded in this paper are strictly and average. The average amount of precipitation in the Caribbean per year is as low as twenty–five centimeters in some parts to as high as nine hundred centimeters in other parts, that just goes to show how big the Caribbean really is. That being said, the deepest measured part of the Caribbean sea can be found between ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Human Distribution Patterns Of Acacia Saligna Abstract Distribution patterns of Acacia saligna are quite diverse in South Africa especially taking under consideration that they do not have immediate threats that inhibit their spread. However, this species occurs in very different environmental gradients, as it can occur from a wet habitat/area to a bare rock surface that is a very dry habitat. Due to such observations for the distribution of this species a question is imposed in this paper as to how do traits vary along environmental gradients? Two phenotypic traits/characteristics are investigated, Specific Leaf Area (SLA) and wood–density. SLA was calculated by adding the total sum of all the leaf area per individual and dividing that with the total sum of all the leaf dry mass per individual. SLA = Total leaf area/ Dry leaf mass, SLA unit g/cmВІ. The highest value for SLA is at the dry site, intermediate in wet site and lowest in the ultra–dry site. The wood–density for branch and stem samples was calculated using the latest dry mass value/ volume. Wood–density unit measure is g/cmВі. The stem wood–density was highest at the ultra–dry site, followed by wet site and then the dry site. Branch wood–density was highest at the dry site, intermediate at ultra–dry site and lowest at the wet site. Introduction Acacia saligna is a small tree endemic to the Swan Coastal plain in the Mediterranean climate region of south–west Australia and is widely naturalized in Mediterranean–type ecosystems throughout the world (Tozer and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CASE STUDY Group 2 Samsung Electronics Executive Summary Recent quality related issues have put Samsung Electronics, one of the world's largest technology companies at risk. These quality concerns, spiked through recent recalls and external complaints, have generated a flow of bad news coming to the desk of quality director Kevin Sarni. The issues most commonly found within the complaints related to display issues, customer service support, faulty electric components, audio, and safety. Of the main issues, display and customer service support appeared to be the most detrimental. Once the patterns and themes became visible, Samsung and its quality director Kevin Sarni were challenged with immediately identifying root causes. This was ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Assuming that many of the display issues are caused by faulty components, such as the main board, it is important to identify where in the process these faulty components are coming from whether it be internal manufacturing processes or suppliers. Since suppliers happen to be at the beginning of the supply chain it would be necessary to begin there. Sarni, along with cross–functional teams from Samsung must immediately schedule a visit to their main suppliers of components such as the main board. Once the visits are scheduled, Sarni and the cross–functional teams will conduct extensive audits of the supplier's processes and systems. The audits will consist of detailed examinations of the supplier's equipment, process capability, facilities, and personnel. Each supplier they visit, Sarni along with another manager, will be responsible for grading each supplier. The grading metrics should consist of defects per day, damage, flexibility, responsiveness, and communication. Grades will be recorded on a supplier scorecard and then electronically documented upon return to Samsung's office. Dependent on the findings, Sarni may be faced with choosing another supplier, that is, one who is consistently able to meet design specifications. Eventually, once a quality supplier is developed within Samsung's network of partners, Sarni must direct significant effort in monitoring their performance. To monitor the supplier's performance overtime, Sarni ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. The Role Of Critical Thickness Subordinate Impacts Acting... What is intriguing is the nearness of critical thickness subordinate impacts acting in a deferred way on the diverse conceptive parameters broke down. The part of conceptive females, the proliferation file, and the regenerative rate were to a great extent dictated by the populace thickness the prior year. The generation record and the regenerative rates were not affected by the precipitation design. The multiplication list speaks to the extent of regenerative females and adolescents in the populace. Therefore, one conceivable reason for the non–huge relationship amongst precipitation and multiplication record might be the expansion of grown–up movement after stormy winters (Lima and Jaksic unpublished work). Then again, the regenerative rate is a gauge of the quantity of adolescents delivered by a female amid the reproducing season, and includes the litter size, litter number and the survival rates of the posterity. Consequently, our outcomes propose that precipitation does not impact these parameters. This is a fascinating result, in light of the fact that an expansion in the quantity of litters created by females after abnormally stormy winters has been hypothesized as one of the instruments activating populace episodes of this species. A few studies have discovered abundant proof of social cooperation's in microtine rodents, including spatial conduct, territoriality and forceful experiences. In general, these components appear to create quick thickness subordinate ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Principal Components Analysis ( Pca ) Versus Principal... Principal Components Analysis (PCA) versus Principal Axes Factors (PAF) and Other Extraction Methods Broadly, conducting factor analysis (FA) allows a researcher to analyze or interpret his or her data (e.g., measured variables) by reducing those variables into factors or components that underlie the structure or explain the greatest amount of variance in the data (Thompson, 2004). Thompson (2004) also tells us that FA may be used for many purposes, the most common of which is to uncover a relationship between variables, to develop "theory regarding the nature of constructs" (p. 5), or to evaluate the validity of observed scores. To accomplish this analysis, the researcher uses statistical software, such as the Statistical Package for ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The present paper describes the most common factor extraction methodologies and highlights differences, similarities, and important considerations when conducting a factor analysis. Terminology of Consequence Before continuing, some basic terminology used in discussion of factor analysis and factor analytic methods should be clarified. Communality coefficients (h2), according to Thompson (2004), reveal "...how much of the variance of a given measured variable was useful in delineating the factors as a set" (p. 20). Alternately, communality coefficients represent the proportion of that variable's variance that is explained by the underlying factor. Additionally, the communality coefficient can be thought of as a lower–bound estimate of a score's reliability (Thompson, 2004). Sources of error and their effects must be understood as well. Sampling error is error unique to each sample drawn or selected; so, the sampling error in two different samples are each different ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Biotic Components Paper Biotic Component Paper Biotic Components Paper In this paper I will conduct research on the Bolsa Chica Wetlands that are located in an area of lowlands in Orange County California, adjacent to the city of Huntington Beach. The area is managed by the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), whose mission is to" protect and enhance; migratory shorebird, seabird, waterfowl overwintering habitat; protect natural habitat for shorebirds and seabirds; protect nesting and foraging conditions for threatened or endangered species" The Bolsa Chica Conservancy (BCC) is a local volunteer organization that assists in maintaining the area. Its goals are to ensure the preservation, restoration, and enhancement of the area (2010). This ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A tidal salt marsh is a community of plants and animals that thrive in wet saline conditions (ADBC, 2010), which rely on the tides to bring nutrients, such as oxygen, nitrogen, and phosphorous. As the tide leaves the wetlands, pools are exposed which shorebirds can feed on larvae without competition from fish that was impossible during the time period of water diversion and dam construction. The land became baron; an area of waste land, until 1967, when the water originally diverted for irrigation of fields, was redirected to the lowland area. In 2006, a tidal inlet was successfully opened after 107 years, allowing the tide to flow to various parts of the wetlands which had previously been closed off (ADBC, 2010). During the process of Bolsa Chica environmental change, much has been learned about ecosystem destruction and restoration. Wetland areas are as Wright states "among the most productive ecosystems on earth, rich in breeding grounds for many species of fish, shellfish, and waterfowl" (2008). Interfering with the natural biogeochemical cycles can have devastating effects, completely wiping out ecosystems. Lessons learned are valuable for other restoration projects, many of which are in progress throughout the United States (U.S.). Major learning's included, the rise in water salinity when not allowed to mix with fresh water creates a hostile environment, making it inhabitable by the resident community, lack of tidal rhythm reduces ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Cepaea Nemoralistic Lab Report In this study, we designed and examined the effects of different degrees of soil moisture levels on the distance travelled of Cepaea nemoralis. Our experiment showed that the average distance travelled of Cepaea nemoralis was higher in moister levels of soil. This was the case in both Trials 1 and 2 and statistical analysis showed that both Trials were statistically significant (See Figures 1 and 2). Through various research and previous observations, our prediction was that the Cepaea nemoralis would move a longer distance in moister levels of soil. Higher levels of soil moisture were expected to cause more movement because the mucus produced by the glands helps them move more efficiently, without hurting themselves (Why Do Snails Leave Slime ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One of these snails was Cepaea vindobonenis, which is very similar to Cepaea nemoralis. They measured the occurrence of snails in transects in 9 different locations. The soil moisture varied from 24% to 42% and results were similar to ours as more snails were found in moister areas (HettenbergerovГЎ et al. 31–42). Our results were similar to the articles, as in both cases, activity increased in moister soil. However, there could be a discrepancy because the soil moisture levels used were much higher in this study than ours (13% and 27%). However, even in this case, there were more snails in the moister areas, similar to our experiment. The consistency of our results with this study strengthens our findings as the results are ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Summary: Six Must Have Auto Repair Accessories 6 Must Have Auto Repair Accessories When we talk about the six must have auto repair accessories we're not including rags. The list is intended to highlight items many DIY auto repair mechanics might not think of bringing to the job site. With that said, you must have rags on every auto repair job. And before we move on let's just say that not all rags are created equal. Some rags welcome fluids by eagerly soaking them up. These are usually made from a blend of different materials with a high percentage of cotton. Then we have the super low cost ones in the range of $20 for a pack of 100. These are the bright red wipers that seem to repel fluids until you wash them half a dozen times. And I wouldn't put them in a home laundry machine as these... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Many of the foam insert earplugs reduce the noise level by about 30 dB. The over the ear noise canceling headphones are good for about 35 dB. The important thing is to do what's comfortable and convenient for you so that you actually wear the noise reducing devices. There's no reason for you to spend your golden years with your hand up to your ear saying what. Single Edge Razor Blade Scrapers and Alternatives When you're working on an automobile you'll find yourself reaching for single edge razor blade in many situations. Whether it's scraping gaskets or opening up a wiring harness so you can probe wiring, the razor blade is a powerful tool. It can also be extremely dangerous when you're hands contain grease or oil. A slip of the razor blade can cause a major injury. My advice is to move your hand as far away from the blade as possible by using a holding fixture for single edge razor blades. This is another low cost item that can provide a lot of protection during your do–it–yourself auto ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 46. Ecology: Water and Aquatic Habitats ECOLOGY Ecology is concerned with the study of organisms and their habitats. This includes the interdependence of various populations, their impact on each other and their surroundings, the effect of the surroundings on their behaviour, as well as the ways in which the organisms and the environment change in response to each other. A pond and its inhabitants provide a good example of these interrelationships. A pond contains: a.soil consisting of rock, minerals and dead remains of organisms b.water with minerals c.aquatic plants including algae d.aquatic animals like snails and tadpoles e.bacteria and other microorganisms such as protozoans All these components interact to produce a system called an ecosystem which is constantly ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Aquatic animals prefer darker waters during the day and ascend to the surface when light intensity is reduced. Flowering of plants also depends on light. pH This determines the acidity or alkalinity of the water in aquatic habitats or the soil in terrestrial habitats. The pH tends to be neutral at a value of 7 and increases if alkaline contents are abundant. Organisms are affected by the pH of their environment. Fresh water mollusks tend to be deficient on waters with a pH less than 6. Wind Winds carry water currents and waves and also rain–bearing clouds. Wind also helps in the dispersal of fruits and seeds and causes pollination in some plants. The drying effect of strong air currents can cause a high rate of transpiration. The fauna and flora of mountains differ due to winds. The windward side of mountains has luscious vegetation while the leeward side is sparsely vegetated. Pressure Pressure varies from the depths of the ocean to the higher altitudes of atmosphere. Atmospheric pressure reduces when one ascends from sea level. Mountainous areas have lower atmospheric pressure than lowlands. AQUATIC ECOLOGICAL FACTORS Salinity is the concentration of dissolved salts in the surrounding environment. Aquatic organisms have to maintain osmotic balance between their body fluids and their aquatic habitats. The concentration of salts in the body of marine animals is close to that in surrounding water. They are therefore able to
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