Overview
Chapter 1
Introduction
Remote Sensing
1
Ayman F. Habib
Overview
Historical overview.
Terrestrial, aerial, and space borne platforms.
Passive versus active remote sensing sensors.
Remote sensing: applications.
Practical example:
What is need
Geoph 325
Gravity, Magnetic and
Electrical Techniques
Instructor: Mathieu Dumberry
(Special thanks to: Martyn Unsworth)
A1 What is Geophysics?
The study of the Earth using the basic principles of physics.
Once pursued as an individual discipline, but now
UNIT-1
DC MACHINES
CONSTRUCTION
PARTS OF DC MACHINE
Major parts of the machine are,
MagneticframeorYoke
Poles,interpoles,windings,poleshoes
Armature
Commutator
Brushes,Bearingsandshaft.
CROSS SECTIONAL VIEW OF DC
MACHINE
MAGNETIC FRAME
It serves two
Pipe Flow Analysis
Pipeline system used in water distribution, industrial
application and in many engineering systems may
range from simple arrangement to extremely complex
one.
Problems regarding pipelines are usually tackled by
the use of continuity a
Fluid Mechanics
Chapter 7 Steady Flow in Pipes
7 STEADY FLOW IN PIPES
7.1 Reynolds Number
Reynolds, an engineering professor in early 1880 demonstrated two
different types of flow through an experiment:
Laminar flow
Turbulent flow
Reynolds apparatus
dye
d
Lecture 11 ENGR 140 Comparing Alternatives Variations on the Present Worth Analysis Future Worth Analysis An extension of the present worth analysis in that the future value of a project (or projects) is calculated using the MARR for the purpose of select
LECTURE 5
Parabolic PDEs
1
Aim of Lecture
So far in previous lectures we have discussed:
Elliptic partial differential equations - Laplace and
Poissons Equations
Discretisation using Finite Differences
Use of Excel to solve Elliptic PDEs
This week we
Mathematics 2P0
Lecture 4
MATH29641, MATH29631
2010-11
1
1.5 First and Second Shift
Theorems
1.5.1 The First Shift Theorem
Imagine f (t ) has Laplace Transform f ( s )
The Laplace Transform of
is given as follows
e
at
2
f (t )
1.5.1 The first shift theo
Mathematics 2P0
Lecture 3
MATH29641, MATH29631
2010-11
1
1.4. Causal functions.
Laplace Transform of Derivatives
and Integrals.
2
1.4.1. Causal Functions
The Laplace transform is normally applied
to so-called causal functions.
These are functions f (t )
Mathematics 2P0
MATH29641, MATH29631
2010-11
1
1.3 Inverse Laplace Transforms
Question:
Once we have found the solution of the
transformed problem, how can we transform it
back to obtain the solution of the original
problem?
2
1.1 Introduction to Laplace
Mathematics 2P0
MATH29641
2010-11
Who ?
2nd Year students, School of Electrical
Engineering
Question: who in the room studies:
1. Electrical & Electronic Engineering?
2. Electronic Systems Engineering?
3. Mechatronic Engineering?
4. Communication Systems
Mathematics 2P0
Lecture 5
MATH29641, MATH29631
2010-11
1
Week 6 is Reading Week for 2P0/2Q1.
There will be a joint 2P0/2Q1 Lecture on
Monday Nov 1st at 4pm in Renold D7!
There will be no 2Q1 Lecture and no
2P0/2Q1 Tutorial on Wednesday Nov 3rd!
2
2. Vecto
Math 201 Lecture 14: Using Laplace Transform to Solve Equations
Feb. 8, 2012
Many examples here are taken from the textbook. The rst number in () refers to the problem number
in the UA Custom edition, the second number in () refers to the problem number i
Rock Deformation
Rock
Chapter 11, Section 1
Factors Affecting Deformation
Factors
Deformation all changes in the original shape
Deformation
and/or size of a rock body
and/or
Stress the force per unit area acting on a solid
Stress the
When rocks are under
GeophysicalSurveyingUsingMagneticMethods
Introduction
HistoricalOverview
Unlike the gravitational observations described in the previous section, man has
beensystematicallyobservingtheearth'smagneticfieldforalmost 500 years.Sir
William Gilbert published t
OBSERVING THE EARTH FROM SPACE
1
2
"It is the science of deriving
information about an object
without actually coming in
contact with it."
"It is the practice of deriving
information about the Earth's surface
using images that register reflected or
emitte
NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA
SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
COURSE CODE: PHY 261
COURSE TITLE: GEOPHYSICS I
-1-
COURSE GUIDE
Course code
PHY 261
Credit units
3
Course Title
Geophysics I
Course Developer
Dr. S. Olatunji
Department of Physics, Facu
NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA
SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
COURSE CODE: PHY 361
COURSE TITLE: GEOPHYSICS II
1
Course Code
PHY 361
Course Title
GEOPHYSICS II
Course Developer
ENGR. OLANREWAJU AKINTOLA,
GEOSCIENCES DEPARTMENT
UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS
P
Seismic waves and global seismology
Waves move energy (not matter!) in space-time
Spherical wave
W(r,t) = f(r-v*t)
Plane wave
W(x,t) = f(x-v*t)
Spherical wave propagating outward at velocity V (Sinusoidal source)
note the amplitude decay of the waves as i
Lecture Notes Remote Sensing Course
GEO3-4309
Remote Sensing
- a Tool for Environmental Observations -
Department of Physical Geography
Faculty of Geosciences
Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Steven M. de Jong (Ed.)
Raymond Sluiter
Maarten Zeijlmans
El
3. Structural terms including fault rock terms
Recommendations by the IUGS Subcommission on the Systematics of Metamorphic Rocks.
Web version of 01.02.07
Kate Brodie1, Douglas Fettes2, Ben Harte3 and Rolf Schmid4
1
Department of Earth Sciences, University
Solution of Tutorial 4 of SEEM2440A/B
October 7, 2011
Solution for example 1:
Current Cost of Silver Solder in the turbine:
200 pounds $75.00 per pound = $15,000
For the size factor:
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C(mega [email protected],000)=C(mega [email protected],000)
S(mega watt@
Health, Safety and Environment
www.hse.ubc.ca
Radiation Detection Systems
8.LaboratoryRadiation
Surveillance
Direct Survey Meters
Geiger-Mueller
Scintillation Counter
Measure surfaces directly
Main use for contamination control
Radiation Survey Meters
ThroughtheLookingGlass
ofAppliedExploration
Geophysics
SteveH.Danbom,Ph.D.,P.G.
RiceUniversityESCI444
Spring,2011
ReflectionSeismicData
Processing
Lecture6Processingseismicreflections:
statics,sorting,&filtering
D a n b om G e o p hy si cs
Multiplexing,wh
Seismic Methods: Refraction
(see also http:/www.mines.edu/fs_home/tboyd/GP311/MODULES/SEIS/main.html)n
Seismic Waves
P
Body
S
Love
Surface
Rayleigh
Seismic Wave Speeds
Material
P wave Velocity (m/s)
S wave Velocity (m/s)
Air
332
Water
1400-1500
Petroleum
Structural Geology
Structural
Structural geology is the study of rocks
Structural
deformed by stress and strain
deformed
This involves trying to understand stress
This
and strain forces to decipher its preand
deformed state
When working in the field, Stri