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Lecture: MWF: 10:30 11:30 am ART 118 Fri 8:30 9:30 am Fri 9:30 10:30 am ART 215 ART 215
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TEXT BOOK:
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Instructor: Dr. Vladan Prodanovic September December 2007 School of Engineering, University of British Columbia Okanagan
Project #1
Given: Due: November 9, 2007 November 16, 2007
Topic:
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Sep-Dec 2007 University of British Columbia Okanagan - Engineering
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APSC252 Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
Lectures:
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Tutorials:
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APSC 255 Analog and Digital Systems
Assignment #7
Due Friday Nov 28, 2008 in lecture. Note: For problems involving waveform diagrams only: - complete the problem on this handout and submit this handout (pages 3, 4 and 5) with your so

School of Engineering
APSC 255 Analog and Digital Systems
Assignment #6
Due Monday Nov. 17, 2008 in lecture. Note: No late assignments will be accepted. Show all work for all problems. No credit will be given if work is not shown. All problems must be sub

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APSC 255 Analog and Digital Systems
Assignment #5
Due Friday Oct. 31, 2008 in lecture. Note: No late assignments will be accepted. Show all work for all problems. No credit will be given if work is not shown. All problems must be submitted on

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APSC 255 Analog and Digital Systems
September 2009
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Structure:
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Additional Questions for Life Cycle Assessment
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The hovercraft project is an integrated design project for 2n

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Assignment No. 3 (Engineering and Modeling) Due: September 25, 2008 Some people may wonder why modeling of a real-life event is important at all. Why d

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Sep-Dec 2007 University of British Columbia Okanagan - Engineering
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APSC 252 Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
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Assignment #8
Given: Due: November 26, 2008 December 3, 2008 in FIPKE (drop-box) Please subm

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Instructor: Dr. Vladan Prodanovic January April 2007 School of Engineering, University of British Columbia Okanagan
Assignment #2
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Theory
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