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Course: Asset Pricing
Essentials of Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management Chapter 3  Organization and Functioning of Securities Markets Frank K. Reilly & Keith C. Brown Chapter3 OrganizationandFunctioning ofSecuritiesMarkets 1 Essentials of Investment Analysis and Port
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: C++
PROBLEMS 1. Using Figure 3.7 as a guide, determine the approximate size of the market surplus or shortage that would exist at a price of (a) $40, (b) $20. Using Figure 3.7, and the new demand curve:(a) at a price 0f $40, there would be surplus of 50 (b) a
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
H.W1 A_ 1.Theanimallegandpawfootseenonancientchairsarea symbolofroyalty.Theyareraisedoffthefloorbyadrumso thesymbolicchairwouldberaised. 2.Thestretchersandrunnersareaframeworkconnectingand bracingthelegsofapieceoffurniture.Egyptiancraftsworkers reinforced
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Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK4PART1SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem4.4 Problem4.7 Page1of14 [EEN330HOMEWORK4PART1SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem4.9 %P49 %Plot Hf/Hi vs h/a. As h/a increases, the line will appear more %infinite to an observation point (0,a,0) h_over
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
EEN 330 Electromagnetics I Dr. M. Bou Sanayeh Chapter 1 Introduction Learning Outcomes Introduce concept of electric & magnetic fields Describe the electromagnetic spectrum Explain how electromagnetics is fundamental to wireless communications Provide gui
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK4PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem4.58 Problem4.59 Problem4.60 Page1of3 [EEN330HOMEWORK4PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem4.61 Problem4.64 Page2of3 [EEN330HOMEWORK4PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Page3of3
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Fiber
ADVANCEDT~1CHNOLCGY Solid state/energy It i V: amo p ou silicon cells A highly homogeneous amorphous semiconductor material promises lowcost solar cells A slice of highly refined singlecrystal silicon is the primary constituent of nearly all present com
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
EEN 436 Fiber Optics Dr. M. Bou Sanayeh Chapter 2 Optical Fibers 2.1 The nature of light Wave Particle WaveParticle Duality The concepts concerning the nature of light have undergone several variations during the history of physics. Nowadays, two complem
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
EEN 436 Fiber Optics Dr. M. Bou Sanayeh Chapter 3 Signal degradation in optical fibers 3.1 Wave propagation in lossy material Up to now, we have considered only lossless media in which the wave intensity remains constant along the propagation direction. I
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
EEN 436 Fiber Optics Dr. M. Bou Sanayeh Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 General remarks 1.1.1 Evolution of fiber optics Optical information technology has fully matured today and found practical importance in mainly two areas: Optical fiber data transmission (
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: C++
hapter unctions Chapter F 3 . C Part II Storageclasses: Ideas: 1. Anidentifiercanbeavariablenameorauserdefinedfunctionname. 2. Eachidentifierhasattributes: a. name b. type c. size d. value e. storageclass f. scope g. linkage 3. Therearetwotypesofstoragec
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: C++
hapter unctions Chapter F 3 . C PartI Ideas: 1. Functionsaretheresultofatechniquecalled:DivideandConquerwhichallowsthe constructionoflargeprogramsfromsmallpiecescalled functions . 2. Writingafunctionisathreestepprocess: a. function prototype b. function
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
l l l 2 l 1 Topics for Research and Critical Papers __.PROPERLY LiMITED TOPICS Sometimes students are provided with properly limited termpaper topics. some times they are given general subject areas from which they themselves must derive lim
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK4PART1SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem4.4 Problem4.7 Page1of14 [EEN330HOMEWORK4PART1SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem4.9 %P49 %Plot Hf/Hi vs h/a. As h/a increases, the line will appear more %infinite to an observation point (0,a,0) h_over
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
EEN 330 Electromagnetics I Dr. M. Bou Sanayeh Chapter 1 Introduction Learning Outcomes Introduce concept of electric & magnetic fields Describe the electromagnetic spectrum Explain how electromagnetics is fundamental to wireless communications Provide gui
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK4PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem4.58 Problem4.59 Problem4.60 Page1of3 [EEN330HOMEWORK4PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem4.61 Problem4.64 Page2of3 [EEN330HOMEWORK4PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Page3of3
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Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK3PART1SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem3.3 %Problem 3.3 %Program to find the vector between two arbitrary points in the %Cartesian coordinate system clear clc P=input('Enter the coordinates [x1,y1,z1] of the first point: ') Q=input('Enter t
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK2PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem2.27 Problem2.29 Page1of7 [EEN330HOMEWORK2PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem2.30 We can use the given VSWR to draw a constant circle as shown in the figure. Then we move from Vmax at WTG = 0.25 bac
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK3PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem3.51 Page1of13 [EEN330HOMEWORK3PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem3.53 Problem3.54 Page2of13 [EEN330HOMEWORK3PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem3.55 Problem3.57 Page3of13 [EEN330HOMEWORK3PART2SOL
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H.W1 A_ 1.Theanimallegandpawfootseenonancientchairsarea symbolofroyalty.Theyareraisedoffthefloorbyadrumso thesymbolicchairwouldberaised. 2.Thestretchersandrunnersareaframeworkconnectingand bracingthelegsofapieceoffurniture.Egyptiancraftsworkers reinforced
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
EEN 436 Formula Sheet Final Exam 6 S E = h = hc/ = h/2 = h [eV] 2 ] 1eV=1.6 602x1019J h=Planck ksconstant=6.625x1034J J.s n = r v= c [m/s] [ n sin m = 1 nmat 2 2 n1 n 2 (N = nmat sin m ) NA ModalDis spersion GradedIndexFiber WaveOptics Discreten natureo
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EEN436FormulaSheetExamII E = h = hc/ = h/2 = h [eV] 2 ] 1eV=1.6 602x1019J h=Planck ksconstant=6.625x1034J J.s n = r v= c [m/s] [ n sin m = 1 nmat 2 2 n1 n 2 (N = nmat sin m ) NA ModalDis spersion GradedIndexFiber WaveOptics Discreten natureofguidedmodes
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EEN436FormulaSheetExamI E = h = hc/ = h/2 = h [eV] 2 ] 1eV=1.6 602x1019J h=Planck ksconstant=6.625x1034J J.s n = r v= c [m/s] [ n sin m = 1 nmat 2 2 n1 n 2 (N = nmat sin m ) NA ModalDis spersion GradedIndexFiber WaveOptics Discreten natureofguidedmodes
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Course: Principle Of Management
Examples of Money Laundering Investigations  Fiscal Year 2013 The following examples of money laundering investigations are written from public record documents on file in the court records in the judicial district in which the cases were prosecuted. Dal
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: C++
Columns Design Tributary Area: Table C.1 Table Column Tributary Area Column C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15 C16 C17 C18 C19 C20 C21 C22 C23 C24 C25 X(m) 2.08 4.07 2 2.08 4.07 2 1.39 0.93 0.93 2.08 4.08 0.93 3 4.07 0 Y(m) 2.28 2.28 2.28
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: C++
PROBLEMS 1. Using Figure 3.7 as a guide, determine the approximate size of the market surplus or shortage that would exist at a price of (a) $40, (b) $20. Using Figure 3.7, and the new demand curve:(a) at a price 0f $40, there would be surplus of 50 (b) a
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Dr. M. Bou Sanayeh EEN 436 Optical Fibers HW #4 P. 1 A stepindex silica fiber has constant refractive indices n1 = 1.450 and n 2 = 1.445 for core and cladding respectively. a) What would the maximum core radius be, if the fiber is to be used as a singlem
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PRDBLEMS 21. Consider an eloetrie eld by the expression E = [HillsMex + 203' 'We. + memfekt EspreSs this as a measurable electric eld as described by Eq. [M] at a frequency of [ill] MHz. 12. A wave is specied by y = Eeos int(2:  0.3:). where y is e
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Course: Fiber
Sellmeir Dispersion relation: a=0.6961663; b=0.0684043; c=0.4079426; d=0.1162414; e=0.8974794; f=9.896161; L=0.14:0.01:4;%Lambda between 0.14 and 4 n=sqrt(a*(L.^2)./(L.^2)b.^2)+(c.*(L.^2)./(L.^2)d.^2)+ (e.*(L.^2)./(L.^2)f.^2)+1);%Sellmeir dispersion re
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
Notre Dame University Louaize Faculty of Engineering Electrical, Computer and Communication Engineering Department Fall 2012 EEN 330 Electromagnetics I (3.0); 3 cr. Taught by Dr. E. Nassar 1. (Major) Office Hours / Contact Sec. B MWF 3:00  4:00 Room: HA3
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Taught by Office Hours / Contact 1. Course Description This course is designed to expose students, regardless of their major study, to a broad view of computer science, by examining computers at different levels: from hardware and software to history and
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Notre Dame University Louaize Faculty of Humanities Department of English, Translation and Education Fall 2010 ENL 213 Syllabus (3.0); 3 cr. Sophomore Rhetoric Taught by Office Hours / Contact Instructor: Section: Time: 1 Course Description Aims at develo
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Asset Pricing
Essentials of Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management Chapter 3  Organization and Functioning of Securities Markets Frank K. Reilly & Keith C. Brown Chapter3 OrganizationandFunctioning ofSecuritiesMarkets 1 Essentials of Investment Analysis and Port
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: C++
PROBLEMS 1. Using Figure 3.7 as a guide, determine the approximate size of the market surplus or shortage that would exist at a price of (a) $40, (b) $20. Using Figure 3.7, and the new demand curve:(a) at a price 0f $40, there would be surplus of 50 (b) a
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
H.W1 A_ 1.Theanimallegandpawfootseenonancientchairsarea symbolofroyalty.Theyareraisedoffthefloorbyadrumso thesymbolicchairwouldberaised. 2.Thestretchersandrunnersareaframeworkconnectingand bracingthelegsofapieceoffurniture.Egyptiancraftsworkers reinforced
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK4PART1SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem4.4 Problem4.7 Page1of14 [EEN330HOMEWORK4PART1SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem4.9 %P49 %Plot Hf/Hi vs h/a. As h/a increases, the line will appear more %infinite to an observation point (0,a,0) h_over
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
EEN 330 Electromagnetics I Dr. M. Bou Sanayeh Chapter 1 Introduction Learning Outcomes Introduce concept of electric & magnetic fields Describe the electromagnetic spectrum Explain how electromagnetics is fundamental to wireless communications Provide gui
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK4PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem4.58 Problem4.59 Problem4.60 Page1of3 [EEN330HOMEWORK4PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem4.61 Problem4.64 Page2of3 [EEN330HOMEWORK4PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Page3of3
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK3PART1SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem3.3 %Problem 3.3 %Program to find the vector between two arbitrary points in the %Cartesian coordinate system clear clc P=input('Enter the coordinates [x1,y1,z1] of the first point: ') Q=input('Enter t
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK2PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem2.27 Problem2.29 Page1of7 [EEN330HOMEWORK2PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem2.30 We can use the given VSWR to draw a constant circle as shown in the figure. Then we move from Vmax at WTG = 0.25 bac
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK3PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem3.51 Page1of13 [EEN330HOMEWORK3PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem3.53 Problem3.54 Page2of13 [EEN330HOMEWORK3PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem3.55 Problem3.57 Page3of13 [EEN330HOMEWORK3PART2SOL
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Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK2PART1SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem2.1 Page1of13 [EEN330HOMEWORK2PART1SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem2.3and2.5 MATLAB: MATLAB 2.1 is modified to account for a magnetic conductive material (problem 2.3) and also to calculate, , , and Z
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK1SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problems1.1 %EEN330 %Problem 1.1 clear alpha=0*pi/180:10*pi/180:720*pi/180; %radians c=cos(alpha); s=sin(alpha); figure(1) plot(alpha,c,alpha,s),xlabel('alpha (rad)'),ylabel('sine and cosine'),title('sine and cosi
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Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK2PART3SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem2.43 Page1of3 [EEN330HOMEWORK2PART3SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem2.44 Problem2.48 We pick two points on the plot, estimate (= t2 ns), and solve for L. At 0.2V t = 2.25 ns 0.2 . 2 . = 0.25 ns and a
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
Notre Dame University Louaize Faculty of Engineering Electrical, Computer and Communication Engineering Department Fall 2012 EEN 330 Electromagnetics I (3.0); 3 cr. Taught by Dr. E. Nassar 1. (Major) Office Hours / Contact Sec. B MWF 3:00  4:00 Room: HA3
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Fiber
ADVANCEDT~1CHNOLCGY Solid state/energy It i V: amo p ou silicon cells A highly homogeneous amorphous semiconductor material promises lowcost solar cells A slice of highly refined singlecrystal silicon is the primary constituent of nearly all present com
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Fiber
2190 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTRON DEVICES, VOL. 57, NO. 9, SEPTEMBER 2010 Investigation of Radiation Hardness of Germanium Photovoltaic Cells Raymond Hoheisel, Jara Fernandez, Frank Dimroth, and Andreas W. Bett AbstractThis contribution discusses the rad
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Fiber
SolarPhotovoltaics WeareonthecuspofaneweraofEnergyIndependence PrashunGoraiCH03B054 RahulVyasCH03B056 SaurabhMathurCH03B058 AkshatGuptaCH03B060 BroadOutline PhysicsofPhotovoltaicGeneration PVTechnologiesandAdvancement EnvironmentalAspect EconomicAspect In
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Fiber
Photovoltaic Cells Chadi E.el Jouni ECCE Department Notre Dame University Louaize ZoukMosbeh, Lebanon cejouni@ndu.edu.lb Abstract PV cells have evolved from thick film to thin film single layer cells, and from single film to multilayer cells, or tandem c
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Fiber
Dr. M. Bou Sanayeh EEN 416 Formula sheet exam II packing fraction = (number of spheres/uc) (volume of sphere) (total volume of uc) E = h = hc/ = h/2 = h [eV] En =  m q4 2K 2 n 2h 2 n = 1, 2, . (quantum number) Material mn*/m0 mp*/m0 Si 1.18 0.81 GaAs 0.0
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Fiber
ProjectSelectionandNeedsIdentification RonyAbiNakhoul Chadyeljouni 5/28/15 Outline Engineering Design Projects Sources of Project Ideas Project Feasibility and Selection Criteria Needs Identification The Research Survey Needs and Objectives Statements Pro
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Fiber
PV cells have evolved from thick film to thin film single layer cells, and from single film to multilayer cells, or tandem cells. We consider inorganic materials, organic and hybrid materials in this brief PV cell fabrication survey. There are 3 generatio
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Fiber
Dr. M. Bou Sanayeh EEN 416 Formula sheet final exam packing fraction = (number of spheres/uc) (volume of sphere) (total volume of uc) E = h = hc/ = h/2 = h [eV] En =  m q4 2K 2 n 2h 2 n = 1, 2, . (quantum number) Material mn*/m0 mp*/m0 Si 1.18 0.81 GaAs
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Fiber
A Birds Eye View of Materials and Manufacturing Processesfor Photovoltaic Cells Authors Name/s per 1st Affiliation (Author) Authors Name/s per 2nd Affiliation (Author) line 1 (of Affiliation): dept. name of organization line 2name of organization, acrony
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Course: Fiber
NOTREDAMEUNIVERSITY FacultyofEngineering ECCEDepartment EEN416 SolidStateDevice SectionA Instructor: Dr.MarwanBouSanayeh Homework Dueon: 18November2014 Submittedby: RonyAbiNakhoul Matlab Code: taw= 10e9; ni=1.5e10; n0=10e17; p0=(ni^2)/n0; deltan=10e15; d
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Fiber
Photovoltaic Cells Chadi E.el Jouni ECCE Department Notre Dame University Louaize ZoukMosbeh, Lebanon cejouni@ndu.edu.lb Abstract PV cells have evolved from thick film to thin film single layer cells, and from single film to multilayer cells, or tandem c
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Fiber
A Birds Eye View of Materials and Manufacturing Processes for Photovoltaic Cells Oscar Barragn Cruz, Liliana Daz Olavarrieta Fundacin Universidad de las Amricas Puebla, Dept. of Electrical Engineering  CENTIA em114065@mail.udlap.mx, Abstract Becquerel di
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Course: Fiber
Experimental Study of Flexible Photovoltaic Cells and a Comparative Analysis of the Performance of Different Technologies Milena Goranova Borislav Dimitrov Department of electrical engineering Technical University of Varna Varna, Bulgaria mgoranova@proces
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Course: Fiber
A Birds Eye View of Materials and Manufacturing Processes for Photovoltaic Cells Oscar Barragn Cruz, Liliana Daz Olavarrieta Fundacin Universidad de las Amricas Puebla, Dept. of Electrical Engineering  CENTIA em114065@mail.udlap.mx, ldiaz@mail.udlap.mx A
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
EEN 436 Fiber Optics Dr. M. Bou Sanayeh Chapter 2 Optical Fibers 2.1 The nature of light Wave Particle WaveParticle Duality The concepts concerning the nature of light have undergone several variations during the history of physics. Nowadays, two complem
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
EEN 436 Fiber Optics Dr. M. Bou Sanayeh Chapter 3 Signal degradation in optical fibers 3.1 Wave propagation in lossy material Up to now, we have considered only lossless media in which the wave intensity remains constant along the propagation direction. I
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
EEN 436 Formula Sheet Final Exam 6 S E = h = hc/ = h/2 = h [eV] 2 ] 1eV=1.6 602x1019J h=Planck ksconstant=6.625x1034J J.s n = r v= c [m/s] [ n sin m = 1 nmat 2 2 n1 n 2 (N = nmat sin m ) NA ModalDis spersion GradedIndexFiber WaveOptics Discreten natureo
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Fiber
ADVANCEDT~1CHNOLCGY Solid state/energy It i V: amo p ou silicon cells A highly homogeneous amorphous semiconductor material promises lowcost solar cells A slice of highly refined singlecrystal silicon is the primary constituent of nearly all present com
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
EEN 436 Fiber Optics Dr. M. Bou Sanayeh Chapter 2 Optical Fibers 2.1 The nature of light Wave Particle WaveParticle Duality The concepts concerning the nature of light have undergone several variations during the history of physics. Nowadays, two complem
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
EEN 436 Fiber Optics Dr. M. Bou Sanayeh Chapter 3 Signal degradation in optical fibers 3.1 Wave propagation in lossy material Up to now, we have considered only lossless media in which the wave intensity remains constant along the propagation direction. I
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
EEN 436 Fiber Optics Dr. M. Bou Sanayeh Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 General remarks 1.1.1 Evolution of fiber optics Optical information technology has fully matured today and found practical importance in mainly two areas: Optical fiber data transmission (
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: C++
hapter unctions Chapter F 3 . C Part II Storageclasses: Ideas: 1. Anidentifiercanbeavariablenameorauserdefinedfunctionname. 2. Eachidentifierhasattributes: a. name b. type c. size d. value e. storageclass f. scope g. linkage 3. Therearetwotypesofstoragec
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: C++
hapter unctions Chapter F 3 . C PartI Ideas: 1. Functionsaretheresultofatechniquecalled:DivideandConquerwhichallowsthe constructionoflargeprogramsfromsmallpiecescalled functions . 2. Writingafunctionisathreestepprocess: a. function prototype b. function
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: C++
. . D CHAPTER2 E Part b shift Part c shift THEU.S.ECONOMY WHATISTHISCHAPTERALLABOUT? ThischapterintroducesthestructureandinstitutionsoftheU.S.economy.Itdefinesconceptssuchas grossdomesticproduct(GDP),thestructureofindustry,andthefunctionsofgovernmentinthe
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School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
l l l 2 l 1 Topics for Research and Critical Papers __.PROPERLY LiMITED TOPICS Sometimes students are provided with properly limited termpaper topics. some times they are given general subject areas from which they themselves must derive lim
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK4PART1SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem4.4 Problem4.7 Page1of14 [EEN330HOMEWORK4PART1SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem4.9 %P49 %Plot Hf/Hi vs h/a. As h/a increases, the line will appear more %infinite to an observation point (0,a,0) h_over
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
EEN 330 Electromagnetics I Dr. M. Bou Sanayeh Chapter 1 Introduction Learning Outcomes Introduce concept of electric & magnetic fields Describe the electromagnetic spectrum Explain how electromagnetics is fundamental to wireless communications Provide gui
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK4PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem4.58 Problem4.59 Problem4.60 Page1of3 [EEN330HOMEWORK4PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem4.61 Problem4.64 Page2of3 [EEN330HOMEWORK4PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Page3of3
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Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK3PART1SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem3.3 %Problem 3.3 %Program to find the vector between two arbitrary points in the %Cartesian coordinate system clear clc P=input('Enter the coordinates [x1,y1,z1] of the first point: ') Q=input('Enter t
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK2PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem2.27 Problem2.29 Page1of7 [EEN330HOMEWORK2PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem2.30 We can use the given VSWR to draw a constant circle as shown in the figure. Then we move from Vmax at WTG = 0.25 bac
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK3PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem3.51 Page1of13 [EEN330HOMEWORK3PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem3.53 Problem3.54 Page2of13 [EEN330HOMEWORK3PART2SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem3.55 Problem3.57 Page3of13 [EEN330HOMEWORK3PART2SOL
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Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK2PART1SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem2.1 Page1of13 [EEN330HOMEWORK2PART1SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem2.3and2.5 MATLAB: MATLAB 2.1 is modified to account for a magnetic conductive material (problem 2.3) and also to calculate, , , and Z
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK1SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problems1.1 %EEN330 %Problem 1.1 clear alpha=0*pi/180:10*pi/180:720*pi/180; %radians c=cos(alpha); s=sin(alpha); figure(1) plot(alpha,c,alpha,s),xlabel('alpha (rad)'),ylabel('sine and cosine'),title('sine and cosi
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Emag
[EEN330HOMEWORK2PART3SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem2.43 Page1of3 [EEN330HOMEWORK2PART3SOLUTION] Dr.M.BouSanayeh Problem2.44 Problem2.48 We pick two points on the plot, estimate (= t2 ns), and solve for L. At 0.2V t = 2.25 ns 0.2 . 2 . = 0.25 ns and a
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Fiber
2190 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTRON DEVICES, VOL. 57, NO. 9, SEPTEMBER 2010 Investigation of Radiation Hardness of Germanium Photovoltaic Cells Raymond Hoheisel, Jara Fernandez, Frank Dimroth, and Andreas W. Bett AbstractThis contribution discusses the rad
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Fiber
SolarPhotovoltaics WeareonthecuspofaneweraofEnergyIndependence PrashunGoraiCH03B054 RahulVyasCH03B056 SaurabhMathurCH03B058 AkshatGuptaCH03B060 BroadOutline PhysicsofPhotovoltaicGeneration PVTechnologiesandAdvancement EnvironmentalAspect EconomicAspect In
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Fiber
Photovoltaic Cells Chadi E.el Jouni ECCE Department Notre Dame University Louaize ZoukMosbeh, Lebanon cejouni@ndu.edu.lb Abstract PV cells have evolved from thick film to thin film single layer cells, and from single film to multilayer cells, or tandem c
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Fiber
Dr. M. Bou Sanayeh EEN 416 Formula sheet exam II packing fraction = (number of spheres/uc) (volume of sphere) (total volume of uc) E = h = hc/ = h/2 = h [eV] En =  m q4 2K 2 n 2h 2 n = 1, 2, . (quantum number) Material mn*/m0 mp*/m0 Si 1.18 0.81 GaAs 0.0
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Fiber
ProjectSelectionandNeedsIdentification RonyAbiNakhoul Chadyeljouni 5/28/15 Outline Engineering Design Projects Sources of Project Ideas Project Feasibility and Selection Criteria Needs Identification The Research Survey Needs and Objectives Statements Pro
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Fiber
PV cells have evolved from thick film to thin film single layer cells, and from single film to multilayer cells, or tandem cells. We consider inorganic materials, organic and hybrid materials in this brief PV cell fabrication survey. There are 3 generatio
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Fiber
Dr. M. Bou Sanayeh EEN 416 Formula sheet final exam packing fraction = (number of spheres/uc) (volume of sphere) (total volume of uc) E = h = hc/ = h/2 = h [eV] En =  m q4 2K 2 n 2h 2 n = 1, 2, . (quantum number) Material mn*/m0 mp*/m0 Si 1.18 0.81 GaAs
School: Notre Dame UniversityLouaize
Course: Fiber
A Birds Eye View of Materials and Manufacturing Processesfor Photovoltaic Cells Authors Name/s per 1st Affiliation (Author) Authors Name/s per 2nd Affiliation (Author) line 1 (of Affiliation): dept. name of organization line 2name of organization, acrony
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Course: Fiber
NOTREDAMEUNIVERSITY FacultyofEngineering ECCEDepartment EEN416 SolidStateDevice SectionA Instructor: Dr.MarwanBouSanayeh Homework Dueon: 18November2014 Submittedby: RonyAbiNakhoul Matlab Code: taw= 10e9; ni=1.5e10; n0=10e17; p0=(ni^2)/n0; deltan=10e15; d
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Photovoltaic Cells Chadi E.el Jouni ECCE Department Notre Dame University Louaize ZoukMosbeh, Lebanon cejouni@ndu.edu.lb Abstract PV cells have evolved from thick film to thin film single layer cells, and from single film to multilayer cells, or tandem c
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A Birds Eye View of Materials and Manufacturing Processes for Photovoltaic Cells Oscar Barragn Cruz, Liliana Daz Olavarrieta Fundacin Universidad de las Amricas Puebla, Dept. of Electrical Engineering  CENTIA em114065@mail.udlap.mx, Abstract Becquerel di
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Experimental Study of Flexible Photovoltaic Cells and a Comparative Analysis of the Performance of Different Technologies Milena Goranova Borislav Dimitrov Department of electrical engineering Technical University of Varna Varna, Bulgaria mgoranova@proces
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A Birds Eye View of Materials and Manufacturing Processes for Photovoltaic Cells Oscar Barragn Cruz, Liliana Daz Olavarrieta Fundacin Universidad de las Amricas Puebla, Dept. of Electrical Engineering  CENTIA em114065@mail.udlap.mx, ldiaz@mail.udlap.mx A
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H.W1 A_ 1.Theanimallegandpawfootseenonancientchairsarea symbolofroyalty.Theyareraisedoffthefloorbyadrumso thesymbolicchairwouldberaised. 2.Thestretchersandrunnersareaframeworkconnectingand bracingthelegsofapieceoffurniture.Egyptiancraftsworkers reinforced
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EEN 436 Formula Sheet Final Exam 6 S E = h = hc/ = h/2 = h [eV] 2 ] 1eV=1.6 602x1019J h=Planck ksconstant=6.625x1034J J.s n = r v= c [m/s] [ n sin m = 1 nmat 2 2 n1 n 2 (N = nmat sin m ) NA ModalDis spersion GradedIndexFiber WaveOptics Discreten natureo
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EEN436FormulaSheetExamII E = h = hc/ = h/2 = h [eV] 2 ] 1eV=1.6 602x1019J h=Planck ksconstant=6.625x1034J J.s n = r v= c [m/s] [ n sin m = 1 nmat 2 2 n1 n 2 (N = nmat sin m ) NA ModalDis spersion GradedIndexFiber WaveOptics Discreten natureofguidedmodes
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EEN436FormulaSheetExamI E = h = hc/ = h/2 = h [eV] 2 ] 1eV=1.6 602x1019J h=Planck ksconstant=6.625x1034J J.s n = r v= c [m/s] [ n sin m = 1 nmat 2 2 n1 n 2 (N = nmat sin m ) NA ModalDis spersion GradedIndexFiber WaveOptics Discreten natureofguidedmodes
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Course: Principle Of Management
Examples of Money Laundering Investigations  Fiscal Year 2013 The following examples of money laundering investigations are written from public record documents on file in the court records in the judicial district in which the cases were prosecuted. Dal
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Columns Design Tributary Area: Table C.1 Table Column Tributary Area Column C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15 C16 C17 C18 C19 C20 C21 C22 C23 C24 C25 X(m) 2.08 4.07 2 2.08 4.07 2 1.39 0.93 0.93 2.08 4.08 0.93 3 4.07 0 Y(m) 2.28 2.28 2.28
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1. 5 2. 9 10 8 15 7 6 3. 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 4. 6 7 5. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 6. 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 7. 8. 9. 5 6 123123123123 * * * 7 10 9 6 10. 11. 45 9 2 continue 12. 13. 100 1 1 1 2 2 3 5 6
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Exercice Chapter #2 1 What is the output of the following program? #include <iostream.h> void main ( ) cfw_ int x=1; for ( ; ;)cfw_ if (x+ % 15 = 0) break; if (x % 5 != 0) continue; cout< x < ; What is the output of the following program? #include <iost
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PROBLEMS 1. Using Figure 3.7 as a guide, determine the approximate size of the market surplus or shortage that would exist at a price of (a) $40, (b) $20. Using Figure 3.7, and the new demand curve:(a) at a price 0f $40, there would be surplus of 50 (b) a
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Dr. M. Bou Sanayeh EEN 436 Optical Fibers HW #4 P. 1 A stepindex silica fiber has constant refractive indices n1 = 1.450 and n 2 = 1.445 for core and cladding respectively. a) What would the maximum core radius be, if the fiber is to be used as a singlem
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PRDBLEMS 21. Consider an eloetrie eld by the expression E = [HillsMex + 203' 'We. + memfekt EspreSs this as a measurable electric eld as described by Eq. [M] at a frequency of [ill] MHz. 12. A wave is specied by y = Eeos int(2:  0.3:). where y is e
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Sellmeir Dispersion relation: a=0.6961663; b=0.0684043; c=0.4079426; d=0.1162414; e=0.8974794; f=9.896161; L=0.14:0.01:4;%Lambda between 0.14 and 4 n=sqrt(a*(L.^2)./(L.^2)b.^2)+(c.*(L.^2)./(L.^2)d.^2)+ (e.*(L.^2)./(L.^2)f.^2)+1);%Sellmeir dispersion re
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FALL 2012 BAD453 assignment 3: Case Study: Dell gets closer to its customers online Presented to: Mr. Nazih el Jor Submitted by: Stephanie Boustany Thierry Jabr QUESTION: Describe approaches used by Dell within their site design and promotion to deliver r
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Ex. 91 a. Two factors have caused the truck to depreciate: (1) physical deterioration and (2) obsolescence. The miles driven during the past six years have caused wear and tear on all of the trucks major components, including its engine, transmission, bra
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1. What is the output of the following program? #include <iostream.h> int Function1(int); int Function2(float); void main() cfw_ int ival; float fval; cout < "Function1: \n"; ival = Function1 (3); cout < ival < endl < endl; cout fval fval cout cout fval f
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Problem Exercises Chapter 03 1 Problem Exercises 1. Page 232: Exercise 28. Write a function that returns the smallest of three doubleprecision, floatingpoint numbers. #include <iostream.h> double smallest(double, double, double); int main() cfw_ double
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Course: Fluid Mechanics
Moody Chart Problems Oil ( = 900 kg/m3 and = 0.00001 m2/s) flows in a commercial steel pipe of 5mm diameter at a rate of 0.01 lit/s. Determine the friction factor for this flow. 8.5R. Water flows in a smooth plastic pipe of 200mm diameter at a rate of 0
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Chapter 4 Exercices 1 1) Write C+ statements to accomplish each of the following: a) Display the value of the seventh element of character array f. b) Input a value into element 4 of single floatingpoint array b. c) Initialize each of the 5 elements of s
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What is the Output Exercices Chapter 02 1 1. What is the output of the following program? #include <iostream.h> void main () cfw_ int x = 1; for ( ; ; ) cfw_ if (x+ % 15) = 0) break; if (x % 5) != 0) continue; cout < x cout < endl; Answer: < " "; If we
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Problem Exercices Chapter 02 1 Problem Exercises 1. Page 148: Exercise 20. Write a C+ program that inputs a series of 10 numbers, and determines and prints the largest of the numbers. #include <iostream.h> int main() cfw_ int counter = 0, number, largest;
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1. Page 56: Exercise 31. Write a program that reads an integer and determines and prints whether it is odd or even. (Hint: Use the modulus operator. An even number is a multiple of two. Any multiple of two leaves a remainder of zero when divided by 2.) #i
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Exercise: A company pays its employees as managers (who receive a fixed weekly salary), hourly workers (who receive a fixed hourly wage for up to the first 40 hours they work and timeanda half 1.5 times their hourly wagefor overtime hours worked), commi
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1. Write a function that returns true if the string parameter is a palindrome. A palindrome is any "word" which is the same forward and backward. Example: "radar", "noon", "20011002", . The function should return false if the argument is not a palindrome.
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Notre Dame University Louaize Faculty of Engineering Electrical, Computer and Communication Engineering Department Fall 2012 EEN 330 Electromagnetics I (3.0); 3 cr. Taught by Dr. E. Nassar 1. (Major) Office Hours / Contact Sec. B MWF 3:00  4:00 Room: HA3
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Taught by Office Hours / Contact 1. Course Description This course is designed to expose students, regardless of their major study, to a broad view of computer science, by examining computers at different levels: from hardware and software to history and
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Notre Dame University Louaize Faculty of Humanities Department of English, Translation and Education Fall 2010 ENL 213 Syllabus (3.0); 3 cr. Sophomore Rhetoric Taught by Office Hours / Contact Instructor: Section: Time: 1 Course Description Aims at develo
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