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Final Sample Exam
Q1 (14 points)
(10 points) Solve the following L.P problem using two phase method:
Min Z X 1 2 X 2 3 X 3
S.t
X1 X 2 X3 3
X 1 2 X 2 X 3 10
X1, X 2 , X3 0
(a) (4 points) In applying simplex technique, the following substitutio
Signal Analysis Student Guide
Prepared by: Dr. Mohammed Hawa
March 12, 2016
This handout provides you with a quick review of the main equations you studied for Fourier
series, Fourier transform and other identities.
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Fourier Series
The idea behind Fourie
The University of Jordan
School of Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering
2nd Semester A.Y. 2015/2016
Course:
Communications I 0903421
Instructor:
Dr. Mohammed Hawa
Office: E306, Telephone: 5355000 ext 22857, Email: hawa@ju.edu.jo
Office Hours:
1/30/2016
Lecture 1: Introduction to
Communication Systems
Dr. Mohammed Hawa
Electrical Engineering Department
University of Jordan
EE421: Communications I.
A Communication System
Purpose of a communication system:
Carry information from one point to
ano
1/30/2016
Lecture 2: Classification of
Communication Systems
Dr. Mohammed Hawa
Electrical Engineering Department
University of Jordan
EE421: Communications I
Comm Systems are classified based on
the type of signal sent on the Channel
Copyright Dr. Mohamme
A short table of trigonometric identities
Dr. Mohammed Hawa, December 2006
Pythagorean Identity:
sin 2 + cos2 = 1
Sum-Difference Formulas:
sin( ) = sin cos cos sin
cos( ) = cos cos m sin sin
Even-Odd Identities:
sin( ) = sin
cos( ) = cos
Phase Shift Id
cfw_
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First Exam, Strength of Matertals, Fail-2A13
University of Jordan / Faculty of Engineering & Technolory
Mechanical Engineerin g Department
Fall Semes ter, 201212013
First Exam
Date: Mar. 1261 2013
Strength of Materials
Time: 75 Minutes
Pruf, Maun A
1) Given the shear force diagram for a simply supported beam subjected to a
loading (not shown) , the bending moment in KN.m at point C is :
(a)l95 (b) 240 (o) 90 (d) 217.5 Answerng)
‘a’ '95") {b} 40.0“,
2) Given the bending moment diagram for a simply
Engineering Metrology
Linear measurements
Dr. Belal Gharaibeh
10/7/2011
Dr. B. Gharaibeh 10/7/2011
1
Introduction
modern manufacturing can produce features that are more
accurate than we can measure by hand, therefore we need
tools to assist us.
These t
Metrology lecture2:
Angular
Measurement
IE 441: Metrology and Instrumentations
Dr. Belal Gharaibeh
Summer 2011
UOJ
July 12, 2011
1
Angles, minutes and seconds
Circles are divided into 360 equal parts,
each being a degree.
Each of these degrees can be ev
Temperature measurement
Metrology and Instrumentation
August 4, 2011
Dr. Belal Gharaibeh
Introduction to temperature
measurement
We can measure temperature change rather than absolute
(single) temperature at a certain location
Previously we explained ho
Limits, Fits and tolerances
Metrology and Instrumentation
Dr. Belal Gharaibeh
July 28, 2011
SYSTEM OF FITS AND TOLERANCES
The standard reference temperature is 20 C for industrial measurements
and, consequently, for dimensions defined by the system.
Due t
Week 2: chapter three
assessing and presenting experimental
data
Dr. Belal Gharaibeh
6/3/2011
Ask your self, how good are the data?
Determine the quality of the data measured
before using it and making engineering decision
We can compare if the data are
Surfaces and surface roughness
measurement
Metrology and Instrumentation
Dr. Belal Gharaibeh
July 17, 2011
1
Surface characteristics
No surface is perfectly smooth, but the better the surface quality, the
longer a product generally lasts, and the better i
Above 500 C the cementite particles
coalesce into larger rounded globules in
the ferrite matrix. This structure is known
as tempered Martensite
Table-1. Tempering colors for
Plain-carbon-steel Tools
Isothermal transformations
As pointed above the micros
Schematic representation of the development of microstructure
during the equilibrium solidification of a 35 wt% Ni-65 wt% Cu alloy
At 1300 C (point a) the alloy is in the
liquid condition
This continues until the solidification path
(vertical line) crosse
This structure is similar to that of nodular
iron and accounts for relatively high
strength and appreciable ductility.
Non-Ferrous Alloys
Ferrous alloys are used in large amounts,
as they can offer a wide range of
mechanical properties. There are,
howev
Metallurgy and Material Selection for
Mechanical Engineers
A Training Course
Prepared and delivered by:
Dr. A. K. Abdul Jawwad
Chapter One
Structure of Metals and Alloys
Introduction
Physical metallurgy is concerned with
exploring and utilizing the rela
11/7/2013
1
AUTOMATION
PROCESS CONTROL
The process of recognizing the state of the process at all
times, analyze the information according to the set
rules and guidelines and accordingly actuate the
control elements is referred to as process control.
Proc
Industrial Engineering Department
Faculty of Engineering and Technology
The University of Jordan
Automation 960542
Clamp Punch case Setup 5
1.
clamp-punch case:
The diagram below is for a punch-die station. You are required to implement the sequence below
Ch 9:
Discrete Control Using PLCs and PCs
Sections:
1. Discrete Process Control
2. Ladder Logic Diagrams
3. Programmable Logic Controllers
4. Personal Computers Using Soft Logic
Categories of Discrete Control
1. Logic control event-driven changes
2. Seque
I.
Introduction to Programmable Controllers
1. Definition:
Programmable electronic controllers are microprocessor-based systems used to control machines
and processes in a wide variety of industries. The first controller was designed by Gould
Corporation
Abstract
This experiment aims to give the student the knowledge of different devices used
in flow measurements such as venturi and orifice plate that depend on pressure
difference and to study their characteristics also to compare between the
theoretical
Abstract
This experiment aims to compare the three types of thermometers and compare
their characteristics and ranges by running the three experiments with each other.
Turn on the computer, run the TMT001 software and choose the thermometers
comparison ex
Abstract
This experiment aims to give the student the basic knowledge of what is an
Autocollimator, the concept that it works with and to understand how data are
analyzed to get the results. All of that will be done by measuring the straightness
of a beam