Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur
BBF101 Microeconomics
Assignment 1
June Semester 2014
Due: TUESDAY - July 28, 2015 - BEFORE 04:00PM
Question 1
Draw a production possibilities curve (PPC) that represents the production possibilities for
goods X and

Diffusion Coefficients and
Interphase Mass Transfer
NG LAW YONG
Estimating Diffusivity
Diffusivities for different systems could be estimated using
the empirical equations provided in the following slides as
well as those provided in other reference texts

Introduction to Interphase
Mass Transfer
Materials in chemical processes could in a mixture different
phases: solid, liquid, or gas
Diffusion between phases is essential in their separation or
removal from its original mixture
Two phase pair could be:

HIGH GAIN AUDIO AMPLIFIER SOUND
SYSTEM
ENGINEERING ELECTRONICS 1 LABORATORY
ABSTRACT
This project aims to design any application that use transistor as amplifier or switch. So we
come out with the idea to design a basic amplifier audio system that econom

IC fundamental
By Dr. Tan Gim Heng
Moores Law
Predict the number of transistors on a chip
doubles for every 2 years.
Proven to be correct until TODAY.
Cost
Software tool license.
Engineering force.
Assembly & packaging cost.
Testing.
Shipping.
Rental.
P

Digital Design
Technology & Techniques
An integrated circuit (IC) consists complex electronic circuitries
and their interconnections.
William Shockley et al. of Bell Laboratories invented transistor
in 1948.
Most current integrated circuits are built with

VHDL Design of Sequential Logic
Covers behavioural models of synchronous sequential logic.
Includes flip-flops, registers, counters and finite state
machines.
Synchronous sequential logic circuits rely on circuit devices
referred to as storage elements fo

Introduction to VHDL
Covers VHDL modeling of basic building blocks of
combinational logic.
From the designer viewpoint of using VHDL to write a textbased description of a digital circuit for design entry, presynthesis simulation, and logic synthesis.
VHDL

High-Level Synthesis
The Synthesis
Continuum
The three primary
levels of abstraction
Behavioural
Register transfer
level (RTL)
Logic
Synthesis
Level
Behavioral
Synthesis Tasks
while (X >Y)loop
if COUNT = 1 then
if (X=2) then
X = X + 3;
Y = 1;
else
X = X +

Detectors
RIT Course Number 1051-465
Lecture Noise
1
Aims for this lecture
learn to calculate signal-to-noise ratio
describe processes that add noise to a detector signal
give examples of how to combat noise
2
Lecture Outline
signal-to-noise ratio
noise s

Bus Interfaces
1
Cs 355 Computer Architecture
Bus Interfaces
Text: Computer Organization and Design, Patterson & Hennessy
Chapter 6.5-6.6
Objectives: The Student shall be able to:
Describe the two basic transactions that occur over a bus.
Describe the b

4. Basic probability theory
Lect04.ppt
S-38.145 - Introduction to Teletraffic Theory Spring 2005
1
4. Basic probability theory
Contents
Basic concepts
Discrete random variables
Discrete distributions (nbr distributions)
Continuous random variables
Continu

Name: NurFarahDiana Bt Abd Rahim
Matric ID: 143013923
Title: Structural Modeling: Simple Datapath Unit
Part A- BCD to 7 Segment Decoder
Objective:
1. To design and simulate the SEG7 module.
2. To verify the working VDHL code using Quartus II.
3. To verify

A Brief Overview of the MPEG2
Standard
Dr. David Corrigan
MPEG-2 the Basics
We have already covered a lot of the background of how video
compression (or coding) works inside MPEG2.
Most of the subsequent coding architecture is inherited from JPEG
Intra-Co

BENCHMARKS
Ramon Zatarain
INDEX
Benchmarks and Benchmarking
Relation of Benchmarks with Empirical Methods
Benchmark definition
Types of benchmarks
Benchmark suites
Measuring performance (CPU, comparing of performance, etc.)
Common system benchmarks
Exampl

Principles of Diffusion and
Mass Transfer
NG LAW YONG
Fundamental transport processes
1. Momentum transfer
-transfer of momentum in moving media
2. Heat transfer
-transfer of heat from one place to another
3. Mass transfer
-transfer of mass in the same ph

Introduction to Mass
Transfer
Introduction
i)
ii)
iii)
Three fundamental transfer processes:
Momentum transfer
Heat transfer
Mass transfer
Mass transfer may occur in a gas mixture, a
liquid solution or solid.
Mass transfer occurs whenever there is a
gra

Conclusions: A peak gain of 10.5 dB has been measured, with
a 3dB width o 35nm between 1.285 and 1,32pm, for a singlef
assignment of 3P, as the upper fluorescing level: and so the
upconversion process involved is probably a simple two-stage
process via th

Introduction
Half adder is a combinational arithmetic circuit that adds two
numbers and produces a sum bit (S) and carry bit (C) as the
output. If A and B are the input bits, then sum bit (S) is the X-OR
of A and B and the carry bit (C) will be the AND of

Introduction
Full adder is a logic circuit that adds two input operand bits plus a Carry in bit and
outputs a Carry out bit and a sum bit. The Sum out (Sout) of a full adder is the
XOR of input operand bits A, B and the Carry in (Cin) bit. Truth table and

Introduction
A multiplexer (or mux) is a device that selects one ofseveral analog or digital input
signals and forwards the selected input into a single line. A multiplexer of 2n inputs
has n select lines, which are used to select which input line to send

Objective:
To design the inverter circuit using mentor graphics software and
simulate the design.
Software Required:
1. Design Architect IC (DA_IC)
2. ELDO
3. Ezwave or Xelga
4. IC station
5. Calibre
Theory:
Inverter is a logic gate that converts the inpu

How entrepreneurs contribute to the
economic development of a country
BBM105-BASIC ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Abstract
The entrepreneur who is a business leader looks for ideas and puts them into effect in
fostering economic growth and development. Entrepreneurship

Experiment 2
Name: MUSTAF MUSA
Matrix: 112907724
Title: Behavioural Modeling
Objective:
1. To apply the sequential statements in the design of a digital system.
2. To display on the 7-segment displays HEX0 the values set by the switches SW 3-0.
3. The 7-s

Name: MUSTAFA MUSA
Matric no: 112907724
Title: Structural Modeling, Simple Datapath Unit
Objectives:
To apply the structural design technique in the design of a large digital system.
To display on the 7-segment displays HEX0 and light emitting diodes (LED

TITLE: JAR TEST
1.0 OBJECTIVE:
1. To conduct jar test.
2. To show the effectiveness of chemical treatment in a water treatment facility.
3. To evaluate coagulation efficiency.
4. To determine the most effective dosage of the recommended coagulants and
flo

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APPENDIX
P R O P E R T Y TA B L E S A N D
CHARTS (SI UNITS)
Table A1
Table A2
Table A3
Table A4
Table A5
Table A6
Table A7
Table A8
Table A9
Table A10
Table A11
Table A12
Table A13
Table A14
Table A15
Table A16

Chapter 4
Radiation
Heat Transfer
Objectives
Student should be able to:
i.
differentiate radiation properties
(absorptivity, relflectivity, and
transmissivity)
ii. describe Black Body, radiation from a
body and emissivity
iii. determine radiation to a sma

Chapter 5
Heat
Exchanger
Objectives
Student should be able to:
1. Determine heat transfer rate in HEX
2. Use the LMTD method in solving the HEX calculation
problem
3. Relate the correction factor (F) with the LMTD
4. Determine the correction factor (F) fr

Chapter 5
Heat
Exchanger
Objectives
Student should be able to:
1. Describe functions of Heat Exchanger
2. Identify modes of heat transfer involved in
Heat Exchanger
3. Identify types of Heat Exchanger
Introduction
- Is an equipment used to transfer heat f