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Course: ENGR 1600, Spring 2007
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RPI - ENGR - 1310
Lab 9. Stepper Motor ControllerOverview of this Session In this laboratory, you will learn: To continue to use an oscilloscope How to use a Stepper Motor chip Introduction This lab is focused around the control of a stepper motor. You will be usi
RPI - ENGR - 1600
RPI - ENGR - 1310
Lectures 1 and 2: Welcome to IEEA practical introduction to Electrical, Computer and Systems, and Electric Power Engineering Concepts Beginning with Voltage, Current, Resistance, Power, &amp; DiodesIntroduction to Engineering Electronics STOLEN FROM K.
RPI - MTLE - 2100
MTLE-2100 Structure of Engineering Materials, Questions XIII-Answer 1. Vapor pressure of a sphere with radius, r, is given by ln(p1/p0) = (2/r)(M/RT) Calculate the increase in the vapor pressure, p 1/p0, for Al2O3 particles with radius 1000A and 100A
RPI - MTLE - 2100
MTLE-2100 Structure of Engineering Materials, Questions II-Answers 1. Estimate the coordination number of Li+ (number of oxygen around Li+) in Li2O from the radius ratio. rLi+ = 0.060 (or 0.076)nm, RO2-= 0.140 nm. Answer-C.N.=4, exception to the rule
RPI - ENGR - 1310
Lecture 6Binary Counter Thinking Digitally2/18/2004Introduction to Engineering Electronics STOLEN FROM K. A. Connor1Henry Farny's Song of the Talking Wire2/18/2004Introduction to Engineering Electronics STOLEN FROM K. A. Connor22 Min
RPI - ENGR - 1310
Lab 10.Light Sensitive Flash CameraOverview of this SessionIn this laboratory, you will learn: How to solder How to trigger a flash circuit in a disposable cameraIntroduction This lab is designed to teach you how to trigger the flash in a d
RPI - ENGR - 1310
Lab 5.Magnetic-Levitation ControllerLaboratory InstructionIn this lab you will build a 5 op-amp module magnetic levitation controller. Many ideas and concepts from previous labs will be incorporated in this control circuit. You will be instruct
RPI - ENGR - 1600
RPI - ENGR - 1310
Lab 1. Current, Voltage and ResistanceIntroduction 1. The TA will show you how to use the multimeter for measuring current, voltage and resistance. 2. The TA will show you how to use a protoboard, also known as breadboard, and the DC power supplies.
RPI - ENGR - 1310
Lab 2. Signal Generation and AnalysisOverview of this SessionIn this laboratory, you will learn: How to use a function generator to create square, triangular and sine waves. How to use an oscilloscope to measure characteristics of unknown sign
RPI - ENGR - 1310
Lab 6. Binary CounterOverview of this SessionIn this laboratory, you will learn: Continue to use the scope to characterize frequencies How to count in binary How to use an MC14161 or CD40161BE counterIntroduction The TA will show you the MC14
RPI - ENGR - 1600
RPI - MTLE - 2100
MTLE-2100 Structure of Engineering Materials, Questions I-Answer 1. Sketch the following planes and directions in cubic unit cell: (123), [123], (112), [112], (110), [110] . Show that each of the planes above contains the [111] direction. Only planes
RPI - PSYC - 4370
CHAPTER 11 PROBLEM SOLVINGWhat is a Problem?Obstacle between a present state and a goalNot immediately obvious how to get around the obstacleThe Match Problem and Its SolutionPLAY VIDEOWhat is a Problem?Well-defined: correct answer, c
RPI - MTLE - 2100
MTLE-2100 Structure of Engineering Materials, Homework #8 -Answer 1. Diffusion coefficient of Na+ in a NaCl single crystal is shown in the attached figure. This crystal has a small quantity of impurity CaCl2 and Na+ diffuses by the vacancy mechanism.
RPI - MTLE - 2100
MTLE-2100 Structure of Engineering Materials, Questions VIII-Answers1.What is the ratio of VAl' and VO of the Schottky defect in Al2O3?To maintain the charge neutrality, 2 Al vacancy, 2 VAl' and three oxygen vacancy, 3VO, will be created.2.
RPI - MTLE - 2100
MTLE-2100 Structure of Engineering Materials, Questions VII-Answer 1. The structure factor of HCP was derived as F2= 4f2cos2[(h+2k)/3 +l/2] Summary, m integer h +2k l 3m odd 3m even 3m 1 odd 3m 1 even F2 0 4f2 3f2 f2Verify the above results for (00
RPI - MTLE - 2100
MTLE-2100 Structure of Engineering Materials, Questions V-Answer 1. Why the incident angle should be same as the diffracted angle? Otherwise, x-ray beam scattered by one atom and the beam scattered by other atoms on the same plane would not be in ph
RPI - ENGR - 1600
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STM, LTM, Working MemoryChapter 5Memory Attention dealt with capacity limitation, but with simultaneously arriving information ability to carry out several activities at the same time is restricted by total amount of mental effort that is avail
RPI - ENGR - 1600
RPI - ENGR - 1600
RPI - PSYC - 4370
KnowledgeChapter 81Terms Conceptsmental representation that is used for a variety of cognitive functions, such as memory, reasoning, and using and understanding language Categorization Most commonly studied function of concepts Process by
RPI - ENGR - 1600
RPI - MTLE - 2100
MTLE-2100 Structure of Engineering Materials, Homework # 1-Answer 1. Assume zone axis [h k l]. For the three planes to belong to this zone, the dot product between the zone axis and the plane normal has to be perpendicular. Therefore, for (100) -h=0
RPI - MTLE - 2100
MTLE-2100 Structure of Engineering Materials, Homework #4 Answer 1. Plot the mass absorption coefficient, /, vs. wavelength, , of x-ray for Ni using the data shown in Appendices 7 and 8 of Cullity.2. Find the minimum voltage necessary to generate t
RPI - ENGR - 1600
RPI - MTLE - 2100
MTLE-2100 Structure of Engineering Materials, Homework #5 -Answer 1. Predict the x-ray diffraction peak positions (2) for the first four (smallest angle) peaks corresponding to (001), (100), (101) and (110) for a tetragonal crystal with a = 2.300A, c
RPI - MTLE - 2100
MTLE-2100 Structure of Engineering Materials, Homework #9 -Answer 1. MgO (rock salt structure) and Li2O (antifluorite structure) both are based on cubic close-packed oxygen, with cations occupying interstices in the array. Yet predominant point defec
RPI - MTLE - 2100
MTLE-2100 Structure of Engineering Materials, Homework #10 - Answer 1. Calculate the excess fractional vacancy concentration, n/n0 = (n - n0 )/n0, for the position marked A in the following diagram at 1800C tungsten. Assume a0=2A, and = 1J/m2.= 1
RPI - MTLE - 2100
MTLE-2100 Structure of Engineering Materials, Homework #2 Answer1. calculate the theoretical density of the following materials: (a) SiO2 -Quartz (hexagonal, a = 4.989, c = 5.446) Unit cell contains 3 SiO2. Its volume is a2c sin(60)= a2c(3/2). Atom
RPI - MTLE - 2100
MTLE-2100 Structure of Engineering Materials, Homework #3 -Answer 1. Li2O forms in the anti-fluorite structure (anions in fcc positions; Li+ ions occupy all the tetrahedral sites). a) Compute the value of the lattice constant. rLi+ = 0.59, rO2- = 1.4
RPI - ENGR - 1600
RPI - PSYC - 4370
Cognition and the Brain: Basic PrinciplesChapter 2Learning Objectives The Mind's Computer Electricity in the Nervous System How neurons communicate How neurons process information How neurons are organized by function How the environment is
RPI - PSYC - 4370
AttentionChapter 4Attention Meanings Concentration Selection Limits in capacity Attention is central in perception, memory, language, problem solving Definitions General: attention is a concentration of mental activity Text A concentrati
RPI - PSYC - 4370
LearningNote: This chapter comes from Medin, Ross, &amp; Markman (2005). Cognitive Psychology (4th ed.). WileyIntroductionChallenge of LearningHow does a song bird learn the song of its species rather than songs of nearby species it hears? H
RPI - ENGR - 1600
RPI - ENGR - 1600
RPI - ENGR - 1310
Lecture 4: Operational AmplifiersWhat can you do with infinite gain?4/29/2008Introduction to Engineering Electronics STOLEN FROM K. A. Connor1Some HistoryFairchild0.60 Inches1964: The First Linear ICThe A702 Op-Amp1965: A Best-SellerT
RPI - PSYC - 4370
LanguageChapter 10What is language?DefinitionThe intricate symphony of representations and processes that allows us to communicate our thoughts to others. Text: a system of communication through which we code and express our feelings
RPI - PSYC - 4370
Intelligence Intelligence is a set of cognitive abilities Refers to an individuals' abilities to understand complex ideas, to adapt effectively to the environment, to learn from experience, to engage in various forms of reasoning, and to overcome o
RPI - MTLE - 2100
MTLE-2100 Structure of Engineering Materials, Questions IV-answers 1. Low energy x-ray is used for radiology. Using the absorption data at = 1.542 estimate the ratio in the transmitted x-ray intensity of flesh and bone. The flesh consists mainly of
RPI - PSYC - 4370
Introduction to Cognitive PsychologyChapter 1Questions to Consider How is cognitive psychology relevant to everyday experience? Are there practical applications of cognitive psychology? How is it possible to study the inner workings of the
RPI - ENGR - 1600
RPI - MTLE - 2100
MTLE-2100 Structure of Engineering Materials, Questions X-Answers 1. Explain the number of the distinguishable arrangement for the following structure is given by 15!/(2!13!)There are 13 white balls and 2 black balls to be placed on 15 spots. First
RPI - MTLE - 2100
MTLE-2100 Structure of Engineering Materials, Homework #6 -Answer 1. For Aluminum (fcc) compare the x-ray diffraction intensities for the following planes when Cu K radiation (= 1.54A) was used. Consider only the square of the structure factor, F2. G
RPI - ENGR - 1600
RPI - MTLE - 2100
MTLE-2100 Structure of Engineering Materials, Questions VI-Answer 1. Lead screens for the protection of personnel in x-ray diffraction laboratories are usually at least 1 mm thick. Calculate the transmission factor, Itrans/Iincident, of such a screen
RPI - MTLE - 2100
MTLE-2100 Structure of Engineering Materials, Question IX-AnswerSlope = - Q/k, = [-10 - (-7.4)]/[1.4x10-3 - 1.1x10-3] - 2.6/0.3x10-3 = - 8.67x103 K, k = 13.81 x 10-24 J/K 3 3 Q = 8.67 x10 x k = 8.67 x 10 x 13.81 x 10-24 J = 119.7 x 10-21 J = 1.2 x
RPI - MTLE - 2100
MTLE-2100 Structure of Engineering Materials, Questions. XII -Answers 1. Dislocation. Calculate the separation distance of dislocations in a low angle (2) grain boundary (tilt boundary) in Al. b = 0. 286 nm. Using the relation D=b, D = b/ = 2x/180 =
RPI - PSYC - 4370
Visual ImageryChapter 9What Is Imagery? What's It For? Imagery is an internal event Difficult to tease out knowledge from visual images Imagery and elaboration Visual imagery is &quot;seeing&quot; in the absence of visual stimulus Athletes and imager
RPI - MTLE - 2100
MTLE-2100 Structure of Engineering Materials, Questions III-Answers 1. A glass can have different properties depending upon its cooling rate. Referring to the schematic diagram of the volume-temperature relation, predict the changes of density, and r
RPI - PSYC - 4370
Long-Term Memory: Basic PrinciplesChapter 6Introduction Archive Subject to _ Importance of sleep Generally considered a permanent memory store The permanent memory store accessed after a considerable gap between the presentation of a s
RPI - PSYC - 4370
Everyday Memory and Memory ErrorsChapter 71Remembering Personal ExperiencesAutobiographical Memories: 3 Layers of KnowledgeEvent-specific knowledge (minutes or hours) General events (days, weeks, months) Lifetime periods (span many years
RPI - MTLE - 2100
1. (15) A long silica glass fiber with circular cross-section having a slight diameter fluctuation was placed in a hot water of 80 C. Silica glass has measurable solubility in hot water at this temperature. After a while, the fiber developed a period
RPI - MTLE - 2100
MTLE-2100 Structure of Engineering Materials, Questions XI- answer 1. What type of point defects will be found? In 1) solid solution of CaCl2 in NaCl. CaNa VNa' 2) solid solution of CaO in ZrO2. CaZr' VO 3) solid solution of Y2O3 in ZrO2. YZr' VO 2.
RPI - ENGR - 1310
Lecture 3: TransistorsIntroduction to some broadly useful concepts in Electrical and Computer Engineering4/29/2008Intro to Engineering Electronics STOLEN FROM K. A. Connor1Review Voltage, Current Ohm's Law Kirchoff's Laws for Voltage and
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