Course Advisor:- Engr. Hassan Gul ([email protected])
Chemistry of Construction Materials
CEN 1113, 1st Semester (Fall), 2014
CED, FOEngg, UCP
Properties of Aggregates
Particle Density
CED, FOEngg, UCP
Properties of Aggregates
Specific Gravity / Relati
Waste-to-Energys contribution to
Resource & Energy Efficiency
Index
What is Waste-to-Energy?
Energising your waste
Local Energy from residual waste
EU Legislation paving the way
Policy Recommendations
Waste-to-Energy in Energy & Resource Efficiency
Waste-
The Power of Waste
A recent study from the Earth Engineering Center at Columbia University assessed the energy
value of municipal solid waste that is currently sent to U.S. landfills. It demonstrates the
tremendous potential of modern technologies that co
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Objects and their Creation
Objects are key to understanding object-oriented technology. Look around right now and
youll find many examples of real-world objects: your dog, your desk, your television set,
your bicycle.
Real-world objects share two charac
Practice Questions
Classes and Inheritance
Wednesday 24th Feburary 2016
1
Question 1
Write a class Bug that models a bug moving along a horizontal line. The bug
moves either to the right or left.Initially, the bug moves to the right, but it can
turn to ch
P ROGRAMMING II
A SSIGNMENT 1, D UE D ATE T HURSDAY, M ARCH 17, 2016 - 11:59 PM
Declarations and Loops
March 13, 2016
1. Reading C declarations:
Learning to read and write declarations in C is very important. Although declarations
like:
void qsort (void*
Programming 2
C Practice questions
Wednesday, 2nd March 2016
1
Print first 100 positive even numbers
Print the first 100 positive even numbers, starting from zero:
0, 2, 4, 6, 8, .
2
Count Multiples of 5
Count all the multiples of five under 1 million. Fo
P ROGRAMMING II
A SSIGNMENT 2, D UE D ATE F RIDAY, A PRIL 08, 2016 - 11:59 PM
Pointers
April 1, 2016
1. Array of pointers
a) Write a function called initArray that takes an array of pointers to int
and an int representing the size of the array, as argumen
Programming 111 (Spring 2016): Notes
We are going to study how to model a computer using object-oriented programming. This is going to help
us learn object-oriented programming plus it will develop a foundation which will be useful in developing our
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University of Central Punjab
Faculty of Engineering
BEE Assignment-2
FO-15 (EE)
Issue date:
5th Week
Submitted by registration No:
Submission Date:
9th Week
Section:
Name:
Teacher Remarks:
Page 1 of 11
Q-1. Com
Q
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Loop Analysis
Loop analysis uses KVL to determine set of loop currents, and as we
processed known node voltages in node analysis, Ohms Law can then
be applied to known loop currents to reveal network voltages
In general there are exactly B N + 1 linearl
In real life a circuit is not always composed of resistors only.
A practical circuit more often contains capacitors and inductors in
different series and parallel combination co-existing with resistors
What is an inductor and a capacitor?
We will stud
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CAPACITANCE
AND INDUCTANCE
6
THE LEARNING GOALS
FOR THIS CHAPTER ARE:
Know how to use circuit models for inductors
and capacitors to calculate voltage, current,
and power
Be able to calculate s
Here again summing up of first two result in third equation, which
is indicative of independent/dependent nature of these equations.
We now introduce double subscript notation e.g. Vab to represent
potential difference between points a and b such that p
Example 2.16; In the network drawn here, find VS and power loss in
the transmission line represented by 20 resistor?
Sine we know the load voltage and
load resistance, we can apply Ohms
Law to find line current
IL = VLOAD/RLOAD = 458.3k/220 = 2.083 kA,
Inductor Time Constant
Maximum current that can flow in RL DC circuit depends on circuit
resistance alone and is revealed by Ohms Law i.e. I = V/R.
However the rate at which current rises (also decays) depends upon
the amount of inductance and resistanc
In DC circuits the rate at which voltage rises and current decays in
charging capacitor (or vice versa when a capacitor is discharging)
depends on amount of resistance and capacitance in the circuit.
This property of capacitors help generate different e
Conduct of Course
BEE (EEN-1144) is a 3 + 1 credit course i.e. theory contact hours
and Lab contact hours are 3 hours each.
Relevant information has already been placed on UCP website,
everyone must read it in own interest and clarify doubts if any,
wit
Class Work: In the circuit drawn below, compute the amount of
voltage developed across the capacitor and the resistor after one
minute and ten seconds of switching on the circuit?
T = 7 M x 5 F = 35 s.
1 min and ten s = 2 x T = 70 s.
In 2 x T i.e. 70 s,
Example 3.4; Find the node voltages in
the network drawn here that has voltage
controlled dependent current source?
At node-1 V1/R3 + (V1 V2)/R1 IA = 0
OR; (1/R1 + 1/R3)V1 (1/R1)V2 = IA
Putting the values, (0.001 + 0.0005)V1 (0.001)V2 = 0.002 A
OR; 1
Most common way of specifying AC is by stating its rms value
For example; all measuring instruments display rms value of AC.
Same amount of ACrms and DC produce equal quantity of heat in a
given resistive circuit
This happens because equal amounts of
Example 2.3; Find the value of voltage across and power absorbed
by resistor in a circuit of fig 2.4c above?
Answer; Vs = I/G = 0.5 mA/50 S = 10 V. Alternatively, since
R = 1/G = 20 k, therefore, Vs = IR = 0.5 mA x 20 k = 10 V.
Power can be found as P
Circuits with Dependent Sources
On encountering a dependent source or sources in a single loop or a
node-pair circuit, strategy would be to treat them as independent
sources and write KVL or KCL equations in usual manner
Next write equations that specif
University of Central Punjab
Faculty of Engineering
BEE Assignment-3
FO-15 (EE)
Issue date:
10th Week
Submitted by registration No:
Submission Date:
13th Week
Section:
Name:
Teacher Remarks:
Page 1 of 11
Q-1
Q
In thhe circuit drawn
d
beloow inductivve loa
Example; Determine impedance, voltage across the inductor and
power factor for the circuit comprising of 15-mH inductor in series
with 3 k resistor and supplied by 65 V source at 80 kHz?
XL = (6.28 f L) = (6.28 x 80000 x 0.015) = 7536
Z = R2 + XL2 = (
Example; Find the current flowing in
the shown circuit after 11.5 s of
closure of its switch?
T = L/R = 0.02/5200 = 3.846 s.
11.5 3 x T.
In 3 x T current would rise to 95% of its final value.
Since final value of current IMAX= V/R = 100/5200 = 19.231
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C H A PT E R
NODAL AND LOOP
ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES
3
THE LEARNING GOALS FOR THIS
CHAPTER ARE:
Be able to calculate all currents and voltages in
circuits that contain multiple nodes and loops
Learn to employ
Lenzs Law; states that cemf has always a polarity that opposes the
force that created it
Idea is illustrated in a circuit as shown in the figure below that
schematically shows an AC voltage source attached to inductor
To begin with let us assume that w