= - d/dt
(emf is just the rate of flux change in the
loop.)
This result holds whenever all or part, of a
circuit is moved in a magnetic field.
A flat circular loop of wire has radius 10 cm and electrical resistance of
10-4 . A spatially uniform magnetic
MATH141 - Spring 2015
Tutorial Sheet - Week 3
Outline solutions available as of Friday at the MATH141 Moodle
2
x 2,
x 2,
1. A function f is dened by the rule f (x) =
1, 2 < x < 1,
Find
x 3,
x 1.
(c)
f (t2 + 1), t R
(a)
f (2)
(b)
f (1)
(d)
f (3) + 3f (5)
ENGG104 Electrical Systems
Dr Raad Raad 35.G35 - 42214761
[email protected]
ENGG104 Lecture 6/13
Dr Marco Petasecca 4.G15 42213522
[email protected]
TEXTBOOK
ENGG104 Electrical Systems OR
Introductory Circuit Analysis, Boylestad, 12th Ed
Read the Subject In
Lecture 5: Chapter 2.2.3 Inverse Functions
In the next lecture, we will learn . . .
one-to-one functions
inverse functions
MATH141 Foundations of Engineering Mathematics
Week 2, Thursday Lecture
L5: 1 / 17
One-to-One Functions
Consider the function given
MATH141 Foundations of Engineering Mathematics
Xiaoping Lu
The Plan:
Weeks 1 - 7
Revision of Fundamentals
Revision of Functions
Dierentiation Rules and Techniques
Introduction to Integration
Weeks 7 - 13
Complex Numbers
Matrices
Vectors
MATH141 Foundation
Lecture 19: Workshop Revision
In this lecture, we will revise the following workshop topics:
graphing functions
log-log graphs
hyperbolic functions
maxima and minima of functions
MATH141 Foundations of Engineering Mathematics
Week 7, Tuesday Lecture-2
L19
ENGG104 Lecture 3/13
1
ENGG104 Electrical Systems
Dr Raad Raad 35.G35 - 42214761
[email protected]
Dr Marco Petasecca 4.G15 42213522
[email protected]
TEXTBOOK
ENGG104 Electrical Systems OR
Introductory Circuit Analysis, Boylestad, 12th Ed
Read the Subject
ENGG100 Engineering Computing and Analysis
Practical 2 Week 2
In this Practical class, you will work through parts of the first and second chapters of the subject textbook
Essential MATLAB for engineers and scientists (5th Edition) by Brian H. Hahn and Da
P1: RPU/XXX
P2: RPU/XXX
CUUK852-Mandal & Asif
QC: RPU/XXX
November 17, 2006
T1: RPU
9:12
CHAPTER
1
Introduction to signals
Signals are detectable quantities used to convey information about time-varying
physical phenomena. Common examples of signals are h
Chapter 13 Sinusoidal
Alternating Waveforms
Introductory Circuit Analysis
Robert L. Boylestad
13.1 - Introduction
Alternating waveforms
The
term alternating indicates only that the waveform
alternates between two prescribed levels in a set time
sequence.
Capacitance to superconductors
Mike Lerch
[email protected]
Fundamentals of Physics,
Halliday, Resnick, and Walker 9th Edition
Lecture notes
Laboratory Experiments
Capacitance, Dielectrics.
Stored Energy
Resistance, Electric Current, Ohms
Law
Energy and P
The Force on a Charged Particle Moving in a Magnetic
Field
Slide 24-32
Magnetic Fields Exert Forces on Currents
Forces between Currents
Magnetic force between two parallel
current-carrying wires
Fparallel wires =
0 LI1 I 2
2d
Fwire = ILB
Magnitude of the
Lecture Summary Week 11
2. Polarization
1.
3. Resistance
Resistivity rises with increasing temperature.
(T) = 0[1 + (T T0)]
Resistors connected in Series and Parallel
Resistors in series and parallel
Resistors in series and parallel combinations
If we
Mike Lerch
[email protected]
Fundamentals of Physics,
Halliday, Resnick, and Walker 10th Edition
Lecture notes
To study electric charge and see how charge
behaves in conductors and insulators
To calculate force with Coulombs Law
The electric field
How
Summary Lecture Week 12
1.
Magnetic force due to a moving charge
FB = qvB, FC =
Magnetic forces
mv2/r,
FB = FC
mv
r=
qB
The diagram below represents a mass spectrometer. A beam of singly charged
positive ions is injected into a region of uniform magnetic
An electric charge moving in an electric field
An electric charge moving in an electric field
http:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=lzzxJ9MXIJs
The electrical potential
The potential of a
battery can be
measured between
point a and point b
(the positive and
nega
Mike Lerch
[email protected]
Fundamentals of Physics,
Halliday, Resnick, and Walker 9th Edition
Lecture notes
Capacitance to superconductors
Laboratory Experiments
Capacitance, Dielectrics.
Stored Energy
Resistance, Electric Current, Ohms
Law
Energy and P
Lecture 18: Integration
In this lecture, we will provide
a summary of integration in MATH141.
MATH141 Foundations of Engineering Mathematics
Week 7, Tuesday Lecture-1
L18: 1 / 7
Simplifying Integrals
Sometimes an integrand can be simplied before the integ