Digital Design LAB
Islamic University Gaza
Engineering Faculty
Department of Computer Engineering
Fall 2012
ECOM 2112: Digital Design LAB
Eng: Ahmed M. Ayash
Experiment # 4
Binary Addition
&
Subtraction
October 7, 2012
1. Objectives:
1. To study adder and
DLD
Lecture 17
Problems (Mano)
1
Thr
ee-
A multiplexer can be constructed with three-state gates
stat
e Output state: 0, 1, and high-impedance (open ckts)
gat If the select input (E) is 0, the three-state gate has no
es output
Opposite true here,
No outpu
. Deriving a state table from a state diagram.
The state diagram of a sequential circuit is shown in the gure below. Complete the
corresponding state table. The Q1 state bit is implemented using a positive edge-
triggered JK ipop and the Q0 bit is impleme
1.0 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
Alhamdulillah, with the praise of Allah because of His needed we finally finished this
project. First and foremost, we would like to thankful to Dr. Izzeldin Ibrahim and our friends
because of their guidance with the required all of th
1.0 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
Alhamdulillah, with the praise of Allah because of His needed we finally finished this
project. First and foremost, we would like to thankful to Dr. Izzeldin Ibrahim and our friends
because of their guidance with the required all of th
1.0
ABSTRACT
This study aims to find the optimum horsepower for lecture room (Bilik Kuliah 2) of
31 feet x 29 feet x 14 feet by design, finding and calculation the cooling loads of the room.
The heat get inside the room by conduction, convection and radia
Chapter 18: Heat Transfer through Building structures
Taking into account the number of layers of different materials with varying thickness x
and thermal conductivity k, we have for the overall heat transfer coefficient and overall
thermal resistance R
q
BORANG FRGS BEE 4641
GROUP NO.
Date of
Submission
(Diisi oleh SUPERVISOR)
FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH GRANT SCHEME (FRGS)
APPLICATION FORM
(Pindaan 2/2010)
[One (1) copy of this form (Both HARD & SOFT) must be submitted to the respective SUPERVISORS]
A
TITLE OF
QUESTION 1
You are an engineer in one of the manufacturing company. Youre required to study
the performance of a product. Data collected in subgroup sizes of 4 and given in
Table. Discuss and evaluate the finding which needs to be reported your manager
us
Type of tyre structure
1. Radial structure
Radial tires are produced for passenger cars, light trucks, trucks, and buses. The radial tire
refers to a tire in which the cords are arranged perpendicular to its circumference. Due to this
cord arrangement, th
Table 4.1
Reading variation of temperature with time when using LM35 sensor
Time
(s)
Point 1
(C)
Point 2
(C)
Point 3
(C)
Point 4
(C)
Point 5
(C)
Point 6
(C)
Point 7
(C)
Point 8
(C)
9
44.43
43.95
42.97
43.46
43.46
43.95
45.41
44.92
11
48.83
49.32
46.39
47.
7 Hydro Energy (Hydro-power)
Introduction, principles, assessing the
resource for small installations, an
impulse turbine, reaction turbines,
hydroelectric systems.
Water power is considered one of the most
established sources of electricity and has been
5 Solar Systems Design
Solar Water Heating Systems
Solar Cooling System
Integrated solar system
Design of a solar system
Modelling
Representing each component of the system by
an appropriate equation.
Simulation
Using the equations, write a computer
8 Wind Energy Conversion System
Introduction, historical development,
turbine types and terminologies,
linear momentum and basic theory,
power extraction by a turbine,
electricity generation, mechanical
power, total systems.
Wind energy has been in use fo
9 Ocean thermal energy conversion:
Principles, heat exchangers, pumping
requirements, other practical
considerations.
Oceans provide a vast natural reservoir for the collection and
storage of solar energy incident on the earth.
Solar energy incident on o
ASSIGNMENT 3
FONG JIN HIUNG
MA14116
1. What are the problems of human factors engineering/ergonomics in that company?
The company facing work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) among the workers.
MSDs such as carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis and b
IntroductiontoElectrical&ComputerEngineering
KirchhoffsLaws(KCL,KVL)
Dr.CynthiaFurse
UniversityofUtah
1
KirchhoffsCurrentLaw(KCL)
Circuits, Second Edition by Fawwaz T. Ulaby and Michel M. Maharbiz, NTS
Press, Used with Permission by the Publisher
Kirchhof
DMM 1532
STATICS
TUTORIAL 1
(Sem II 2015 / 2016)
1.
REMARK: This tutorial is to
fulfill CO1
CO1:
Solve force vector
operation
and
resultant
systems problem by using SI
unit
Determine the magnitude of the resultant
force FR=F1+F2 and its direction as shown
DMM 1532
STATICS
TUTORIAL 2
(Sem II 2015 / 2016)
1.
REMARK: This tutorial is to
fulfill CO2
CO2: Solve equilibrium of
particle and rigid body
problems
In Figure 1, if cables BC and BD can
withstand a maximum tensile force of 20
kN, determine the maximum m
DMM 1532
STATICS
ASSIGNMENT 2
(Sem II / 2015_16)
REMARK: This assignment
is to fulfill CO2.
CO2: Solve equilibrium of
particle and rigid body
problems.
1. Determine the magnitude and direction
of the equilibrium force FAB exerted
along link AB by the tra
DMM 1532
STATICS
ASSIGNMENT 1
(Sem II / 2015_16)
REMARK: This assignment
is to fulfill CO1.
CO1: Solve force vector
operation
and
resultant
systems problem by using SI
unit
1. Three chains act on the bracket such that
they create a resultant force having
Code: DMM 1523 Engineering Materials
Year: 2nd Semester (2016/2017)
Assignment: 02
Remark: To fulfil CO1 &CO2
QUESTION
Chapter 3 (Week 3)
1. From the tensile stressstrain behaviour for the brass specimen shown below,
determine the following:
a) The modulu
ENT145 Materials Engineering
Assignment 2 (Answer)
Q1. Briefly explain conditions of atomic motion in diffusion.
Answer:
1)
2)
There must be empty adjacent site.
Must have sufficient energy to break bonds with its neighbour atoms and then
cause some latti
ENT145 Materials Engineering
Assignment 1 (Answer)
Q1.
List major components in your computer (at least 5 components). For each
component, determine the class of materials used in its structure (identify the specific
material if you can).
Answer:
1. The k
Metal Alloys
Applications and Processing
ISSUES TO ADDRESS.
How are metal alloys classified and how are they used?
What are some of the common fabrication techniques?
How do properties vary throughout a piece of material
that has been quenched, for exa
Mechanical
Properties
Prepared by
Mohd Hafis Sulaiman
Processing of Metals - Casting
Most
metals are first melted in a furnace.
Alloying is done if required.
Large ingots are then cast.
Sheets and plates are then produced from
ingots by rolling
Wrough