Analytical
Methods for
Engineers
L E C T UR E # 4
BY
H YATT QUR E SH I
9/1 2/2 01 5
Recap
What is polynomial
What are quotients and remainders;
use of factor and remainder theorem;
Partial Fractions
Partial Fraction Cover method
Sigma Notation
The su
Analytical
Methods for
Engineers
L E C T UR E # 3
BY
H YATT QUR E SH I
Recap
What is polynomial
What are quotients and remainders;
use of factor and remainder theorem;
Partial Fractions
In this lecture, you will learn:
Analytical
Methods for
Engineers
L E C T UR E # 3
BY
H YATT QUR E SH I
2/1 2/2 01 5
Recap
What is polynomial
What are quotients and remainders;
use of factor and remainder theorem;
Partial Fractions
Partial Fraction Cover method
Sigma Notation
The
Analytical
Methods for
Engineering
L E C T UR E # 6
BY
H YATT QUR E SH I
The aim of this session is to learn
about:
What is the difference between direct and indirect measures
What are Trigonometric Ratios
Formula for Sine, Cosine and Tangent
Reciproc
Analytical
Methods for
Engineering
L E C T UR E # 6
BY
H YATT QUR E SH I
In the previous lesson, we learned
about:
What is the difference between direct and indirect measures
What are Trigonometric Ratios
Formula for Sine, Cosine and Tangent
Reciproca
Analytical
Methods for
Engineers
L E C T UR E # 1
BY
H YATT QUR E SH I
Basic Concepts
What is polynomial
What are quotients and remainders;
use of factor and remainder theorem;
Partial Fractions
Analytical Methods
for Engineering
LECTURE # 7
BY
HYATT QURESHI
In the previous lesson, we learned
about:
What is the difference between direct and indirect measures
What are Trigonometric Ratios
Formula for Sine, Cosine and Tangent
Reciprocal ratios
How a DC Motor
works
Electrical and Electronic Principles
Lecture # 19
By
Hyatt Qureshi
Learning Objectives
Understand:
O The basis of how a DC Motor works
O Difference between Shunt and Series
The structure of a DC Motor
The structure of a DC Motor
The s
Electronic
Measurement
and Testing
LECTURE # 17
BY
HYATT QURESHI
Task 1
Devise and demonstrate a calibration
procedure to convert multimeter into a
thermometer
Task 2
Use a manufacturers recommended
procedure together with laboratory
instruments to calibr
Electrical and
Electronic
Principles
L E C T UR E # 15
BY
H YATT QUR E SH I
5 of the most common types of
capacitor.
CeramicElectrolytic
Polystyrene
Polyester
Mica
Table below summarizes the
properties of
5 of the most common types of
capacitor.
Electrical and
Electronic
Principles
L E C T UR E # 8
BY
H YATT QUR E SH I
08/ 02/ 20 16
Assignment 1
Task 1
Calculate the total resistance for the circuit
shown.
Determine the total current drawn from the
supply.
Task 3
Engineering
Science
L E C T UR E # 7
BY
H YATT QUR E SH I
In the previous session, we learned
about
The law of conservation of Momentum
The law of conservation of Energy
Energy Transformation of a Pendulum Motion
In this session, we will learn about:
Analytical Methods
for Engineering
LECTURE # 18
BY
HYATT QURESHI
Learning Objectives
Understand:
The difference between discrete and continuous data
How to produce a Tally Chart and illustrate the data as a
Bar Chart
The concept of mean, median and mode
T
Marketing
L E C T UR E # 1
BY
H YATT QUR E SH I
07/ 01/ 20 16
Lecture Outline
Marketing Challenges
Consumer behaviour
Application of marketing mix
Establishing a promotion strategy
Use of social media as a marketing tool
Learning Outcome
Understand
Analytical Methods
for Engineering
LECTURE # 19
BY
HYATT QURESHI
Learning Objectives
Understand:
Standard Deviation
Variance
Regression
Probability
Finding Mean of a grouped data
A sample of snap links was tested to destruction, the force
causing failure
How transformers
work
Electrical and Electronic Principles
Lecture # 19
By
Hyatt Qureshi
Learning Objectives
Understand:
O The structure of a transformer
O The basis of how a transformer
works
O The ratio between the voltages
O Difference between Step-up
Electrical and
Electronic
Principles
LECTURE # 3
BY
HYATT QURESHI
Recap
Finding Effective resistance
Explain KCL
In this lecture, you will learn :
Application of Kirchhoff's Voltage Law
Kirchhoff's Voltage Law
Kirchhoff's Voltage Law states that
The a
Electrical and
Electronic
Principles
L E C T UR E # 2
BY
H YATT QUR E SH I
Recap
Define charge, current, voltage
Explain the working of OHMs LAW
Explain the difference between fixed and variable
resistor
Explain the difference between Resistors in ser
Electrical and
Electronic
Principles
L E C T UR E # 6
BY
H YATT QUR E SH I
12/ 01/ 20 16
The aim of this lab session is to:
Apply the working of OHMs LAW
Measure the voltage and current in series and Parallel
networks with Voltmeter and Ammeter
Analyse
Electrical and
Electronic
Principals
L E C T UR E # 1
BY
H YATT QUR E SH I
Basic Concepts
Review the SI System of Units and standard prefixes
Know the definition of basic electrical quantities:
voltage, current and power
Know the symbols for and defini
Electrical and
Electronic
Principles
L E C T UR E # 11
BY
H YATT QUR E SH I
Energy storage
When charge, Q, is plotted against voltage, V, for a
particular value of
capacitance, C, it follows the linear law shown in Figure
below.
In the above figure, the s
Electrical and
Electronic
Principles
L E C T UR E # 1
BY
H YATT QUR E SH I
Electrical Theory
Concept of electric energy
Define charge, current, voltage
Explain the mechanism of potential difference
Explain the working of OHMs LAW
Explain the differen
Electrical and
Electronic
Principles
L E C T UR E # 9
BY
H YATT QUR E SH I
15/ 02/ 20 16
In this session, you will learn about
Coulombs Law
Permittivity of free space
Electric fields
Electric field strength
Absolute permittivity
Electrostatics
If a c
Electrical and
Electronic
Principles
L E C T UR E # 10
BY
H YATT QUR E SH I
15/ 02/ 20 16
In the last session, we learned about
Coulombs Law
Permittivity of free space
Electric fields
Electric field strength
In this session, you will learn about
Perm
Engineering
Science
LECTURE # 8
BY
HYATT QURESHI
In the previous session, we learned
about
Oscillating Mechanical Systems
Frequency
Time Period
Amplitude
Free Vibration Motion
In this session, we will learn about:
Oscillating Mechanical Systems
Sim
Engineering
Science
L E C T UR E # 10/ 2. 2
BY
H YATT QUR E SH I
OHMs LAW
Ohm discovered that the current I flowing through a
resistance is directly proportional to the voltage across
it.
Question
A 12 resistor is connected to a 6 V
battery. What current
Electrical and
Electronic
Principles
L E C T UR E # 11/ 2. 3
BY
H YATT QUR E SH I
In the previous lecture, you have
learned :
Analyse the working of Resistors connected in series and
parallel
In this lecture, you will learn about :
Analyse the working o
Engineering
Science
L E C T UR E # 9/2 .1
BY
H YATT QUR E SH I
Electrical Theory
Concept of electric energy
Define charge, current, voltage
Explain the mechanism of potential difference
Explain the working of OHMs LAW
Explain the difference between R
Engineering
Science
L E C T UR E # 5
BY
H YATT QUR E SH I
Recap
What is the law of conservation of Momentum
Law of conservation of Momentum
Initial Momentum = Final Momentum
M1U1 + M2U2 = M1V1 + M2V2
M1U1 M1V1 = M2V2 M1U1
- M1 (V1-U1) = M2 (V2-U2)
Solve
Engineering
Science
L E C T UR E # 4
BY
H YATT QUR E SH I
Recap
What is the law of conservation of Momentum
Law of conservation of Momentum
Initial Momentum = Final Momentum
M1U1 + M2U2 = M1V1 + M2V2
M1U1 M1V1 = M2V2 M1U1
- M1 (V1-U1) = M2 (V2-U2)
Solve