Signposting in Presentations
Purpose
Signpost phrases
Introducing the topic
The subject/topic of my talk is .
I'm going to talk about .
My topic today is
Overview (outline of
presentation)
I have divi
Test on self perception.
This test is subdivided into 7 groups of each 8 statements. In each group you should give 10 points to yourself.
Hence you can give zero or ten points whether a statement refl
Company presentations
Part A Read through the company presentations of these companies in your team:
http:/www.tracker.fi/webshop/index.php?pPath=6
http:/www.q-par.com/corporate/marketing/company-pres
Evaluating soft skills in project
work
Evaluating soft skills in project work - Thomas Dirk
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What is a Belbin-test?
A team is not a bunch of people with job titles, but a congregation of individual
Self assessment of presentation
watch the video on your presentation.
after that write down comments and grade your performance
calculate and mark down here the average grade that you would give
yours
Describing Graphs, Tables
and Charts
What is a chart?
A chart is a diagram that makes
information easier to understand
by showing how two or more sets
of data are related.
There are two common types o
HAMK Valkeakoski 6.11.2017
Control of conveyor group
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Conveyor control
In this laboratory work TwinCAT software is used to create control program for
lift-conveyor system controlled by Beckhoff.
HAMK Valkeakoski 27.09.2016
Relay logic exercise (testbed B3)
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Relay logic exercise (testbed B3)
The goal of this exercise is familiarizing with use of relay logic for control applications.
Cont
HAMK Valkeakoski 28.10.2016
Relay logic exercise (testbed B2)
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Relay logic exercise (testbed B2)
The goal of this exercise is familiarizing with use of relay logic for control applications.
Cont
HAMK Valkeakoski 28.10.2016
Relay logic exercise (testbed B1)
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Relay logic exercise (testbed B1)
The goal of this exercise is familiarizing with use of relay logic for control applications.
Cont
HAMK Valkeakoski
26.10.2017
Control of pneumatic cylinders labwork
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Pneumatic Actuating Cylinder Control System
Introduction
In this lab work you will make a control program for three pneuma
Electrical Engineering
Exercise 06
1. Using a loopmethod, determine a) all the loop
currents, b) a current i (see Figure) and c) power
dissipations in 2 and 5 resistors.
2. Determine loop currents, io
Electrical Engineering
1. Determine a current across the 4 resistor (see
Figure on the right) using Thvenins theorem.
Assume the battery has zero internal resistance.
[0.918 A]
2. Determine the curren
Electrical Engineering
1. Use Kirchoffs current law to solve
currents in the circuit shown in
Figure left.
2. Determine currents in the circuit shown in Figure using Kirchoffs
laws and calculate the p
Theoretical Electrical Engineering
Exercise03
1. Determine a) total resistance of the circuit, b) current in the circuit and c) voltages across
each resistor. Repeat calculations for circuit b.
2. Det
Theoretical Electrical Engineering
Exercise02
1. A copper cable has a cross sectional area of A = 1.5 mm2 and a 9.5 A current flow in the
cable. Determine a) the current density J, b) the electric fie
Theoretical Electrical Engineering
Exercise01
1. How many electrons are needed to make a charge of a) 1.0C, b) 1.0 C?
2. Calculate the charge of the nucleus of copper atom in Coulombs. The atomic numb
Electrical Engineering
Exercise 12
1. A coil takes a current of 5.0 A from a 20 V dc-supply. When connected to a 200 V, 50 Hz
ac-supply the current is 25 A. Calculate a) the resistance, b) the impedan
Electrical Engineering
Exercise 11
1. Figure on the right shows a RL circuit with
resistor R1 = 10, C = 200F, f = 50 Hz and
V1 =230 V. Calculate a) the capacitive
reactance of the capacitor, b) the rm
Electrical Engineering
Exercise 10
1. Find a peak, peak to peak and mean values for a 240 V mains supply.
2. A sinusoidal current has 15 ms half cycle and a mean value of 150 mA. Determine its
frequen
Capacitance and Capacitors
A capacitor is able to store electric charges. Positive and negative charges create electric
fields. The electric energy is stored in an electric field. Capasitors consist o
Electrical Engineering
Exercise 09
1. A rectangular coil of sides 8.0x6.0cm2 is rotating ina magnetic field such that the longer
sides cut the magnetic field. Calculate the maximum generated emf if th
Electrical Engineering
Exercise 08
1. Determine how long does it take the
capacitor to reach full charge of the
following combinatiois a) R = 47,
C = 47F, b) R = 3.3 k, C = 15 nF
c) R = 4.7 M , C = 10
Electrical Engineering
Exercise 07
1. A ceramic capacitor has an effective plate area of 4.0 cm2 separated by 0.10 mm of ceramic
of relative permittivity 100. a) Calculate the capacintace of the capac
Coils (Inductors) and Inductance
When a wire is rolled into a shape of cylinder (see Figure), the wire becomes an
inductor or a coil. Both of the terms are used to describe a wire rolled up into a
sha
AC Series Circuits, Introduction
AC-circuit: The polarity of voltage/current varies with respect to time. Both
voltage and current have periodic positive and negative values. The most
common shapes fo
Electromagnetic Induction
There are two important phenomena concerning electricity and magnetism
1.
an electric current produces a magnetic field
2.
a magnetic field exerts a force on a current carryi
Loop Method (also called as Mesh Current Method)
Loop method is a systematic analyzing method of circuits. In this method loop currents are basic
variables. Equations are written in matrix form RI = E
Thvenin's Theorem
Thvenin's theorem states: In any linear electrical network any branch with two
terminals is electrically equvalent to a single voltage source with emf E and
internal resistance r con