the European single market H-A7
Topic: autoCAD Design
First do some research on fall arrest devices. There is lots of information out there about them. You will see that the device you need to design incorporates a retractable 5m cable. The idea is that workers can proceed with their jobs largely unhindered when attached to the device (the device itself is firmly fixed to an immovable framework).
So one key feature of the device is a pulley on which cable spools on/off and a retract spring stops the cable from hanging loose (this is very similar to a steel tape measure action but on a larger scale).
The second key feature is a mechanism that senses when a person is falling i.e. when the cable is accelerated suddenly it locks-up to prevent the person free-falling (this is similar to a car seat-belt action).
A third (less essential) feature that you can consider is an extra mechanism that creates some “give” on the cable i.e. it doesn’t lock solidly as this can create whip-lash type injuries.
You need to combine all these into a self-contained unit and produce engineering drawings to illustrate it fully.
Marks will be apportioned similar to the previous assignment (but you do not need to produce a poster in this case)
Research 20%; Concept sketches 20%; Calculations 20%; Final design/CAD 40%
Topic: FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS = USING ANSYS
Your task is to:
1. construct a suitable finite element model and compare the FEA predictions with the theoretical data for the case where D/d = 1.5.
2. draw a graph (within ANSYS) of the variation of direct stress across the section where the radius and the lines associated with dimension, d intersect.
1. A succinct report 10 pages max (including everything!!)
2. Include a description of the FEA model (i.e. shape/mesh design/boundary conditions) giving reasons for your choices.
3. A comparison of the FE results with theory which includes a hard copy of your graph. You should comment on the possible reasons for any differences that may arise.
4. A hard copy of the graph referred to in task 2 above. You should comment on the results compared to expectations.
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This assignment is designed to assess your ability to use basic electronic engineering practice skills in a design and build exercise. It contributes to the following EL1205 module learning outcomes:
1 Identify, select and describe electronic components and their characteristics.
2 Use standard electronic laboratory equipment.
3 Use Electronic Computer-Aided Design (ECAD) tools.
4 Construct simple electronic circuits using appropriate prototyping techniques.
5 Undertake a small electronic design project under guidance.
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One of the oldest communications protocol is RS232, or ‘serial’. Up until recently, all PCs had a 9-pin ‘D-type’ serial port for connecting serial devices like a mouse. RS232 was used on the old ‘teletype’ terminals as a means of communicating with a host computer. Embedded systems use serial communications to exchange data with other embedded systems or ‘host’ computers.
An RS232 frame can be composed of a group of 10 bits, clocked out by a 555 timer-based ‘baud rate’ generator. The bits in this frame can be set low or high by an ‘RDL’ (resistor-diode logic) OR gate. These 5V logic signals can be converted to the correct RS232 voltage levels by a ‘MAX232’ chip.
A specification for your particular system is given in Appendix A. You must design and construct a character generator to meet the specification. You must also simulate and measure its performance, and deliver your device and a report for assessment.
1. LM555 Timer data sheet. See http://www.national.com/ds/LM/LM555.pdf
2. Illustrate your circuit design using a schematic diagram created in ISIS.
3. Simulate your circuit design from ISIS using Proteus VSM, to confirm correct operation.
4. Create a PCB layout for your circuit using ARES, and have the PCB made for you by the electronics technicians.
5. Construct your circuit on PCB, using components available from electronics stores.
6. Test your circuit in the laboratory, making appropriate measurements on an oscilloscope and then a PC to demonstrate that the specification has been met.
7. Document your results in a report, and submit your report and your circuit as described at section 3, above.
6 Reporting ReportingReporting Reporting
Your report must have the following contents:
1. A circuit design description including references to source material and incorporating design calculations where required and a schematic diagram generated from ISIS.
2. Simulation results, generated using Proteus VSM from ISIS, confirming that the design should meet the specification.
3. A PCB layout for the circuit, generated from ARES.
4. A description of the testing undertaken to show that the circuit meets the specification, matching (within component value and measurement uncertainties) design calculations and simulation results.
Clarity of expression in written work is very important – in your studies as in professional life. Structure your report according to the specified documentation requirements. Make sure that your report is complete, but avoid unnecessary material. You must strike a balance between comprehensiveness and conciseness. Take care to check your spelling and, grammar.
The manner in which you present your submission is also very important. Your report must be word-processed and presented neatly. Ensure that the pages are securely bound, but not so securely that they can’t easily be removed for photocopying (copies of a representative sample of your reports will be retained for quality assurance purposes). Use a “Duraclip” or similar binder. Make sure that each page is marked with your name, the date of completion, the page number, and the total number of pages submitted. Make sure that the front page of your report has this information displayed prominently along with the module name and number and assignment title. Submit
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National Study: Main Content Data for IM Case Study
Firstnet paper and interop paper is the “end goal” recommendation, so need to understand those two papers before drafting the Case Study.
Portion of the RF budget must start to be allocated to IP-technologies to best maximize return for value of tax paper money to solve interopribility amongst all radio users and not only fund projected “absolete & propriatary systems” legacy based radio systems.
Technical Content 75% based on:
1) Overview of Case
2) Why selected
3) Relevance to Infrastrucutre Management
Presentation Content 25% based on:
Flow of ideas
Uses of figures, tables, etc
References (Either Harvard System or CSCE)
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I sent the attached proposal to my professor and I got some advise. Please reframe the proposal like described below:
My advice would be that you reframe the proposal in the way outlined below – you can write a slightly shorter proposal than the one you have produced – and that you then submit an application so that it can be assessed and more formal feedback given. I think the adviuce offered here is very good and would enable you to do what you want to do, but in a way that would be far more manageable and lead to a good PhD.
I do hope this is helpful and all best wishes
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The museum interior design (overall) positively influences visitors’ satisfaction in Saudi Arabian national Museums leading to their increased visitation. This is difficult to answer but could be reframed: ‘How do Saudi’s respond to modern architecture and interior design? How can these elements of museum provision be used to increase visitation?’ This then translates into an hypothesis: As Saudi society opens up to international influences and gains greater voice on the world stage, Saudi’s are changing their views on the value of architecture and design, and these in turn might be keys to increasing museum visitation.
The research objectives are also difficult to measure and expose a number of risks. So could be, in answer to the above:
How do Saudi’s respond to modern architecture and design? Do they value it? Has this changed? Do they see it as a means to extract tourists or is it being valued as a new and developing aspect of Saudi society and taste?
What have been the influences of Saudi design in museums and public spaces? What have been the reasons for developing modern architecture and design (internationalism, functionalism, aesthetics, modernisation, symbolism)?
Do museum directors etc. see a particular role for architecture and design in national museums? – national museums tend possess particular sets of values that affect how architecture and design is used e.g. symbolism and internationalism tend to be important.
What is the visitor response to existing museum spaces?
And so on…
More focused methods can then be developed directly from each of these subsidiary questions. So it looks to me that interviews and questionnaires in a number of architectural spaces. For example, the most impressive modern architecture, rather than just choosing the museum. A lot of this could be addressed through a rather large and varied series of qualitative interviews. The thesis could begin with some history of architectural and design development, and broader theoretical understanding of the roles of space, architecture etc in the establishment of national museums. The remainder, however, could follow a social science model of reporting results, discussion, conclusion.
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I am doing Town Planning at university level 3 and this module is called property development. For this coursework, i am required to prepare a site and development viability report or a mixed use development. The details are decribed in the Project Assignment Brief.docx . You also need to use the excel spreadsheet to prepare a viability assessment of the site’s land valuation. If you have any problem about the spreadsheet, please feel free to contact me.
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I have a report to do and it’s based on a tutorial that we have done in the class. I need a formal report in material selection on (oars). I have used a program called CES. you may use it if you like. I hope you do a good job in this because it has %40.
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I have a report to do. We have done many tutorials together with the teacher. the report is in Material subject and about Material selection for flywheel. I want you to write a formal report about the tutorial that we have done in the class. I will attach a file for the tutorial that I have done. I have used a program called CES for the material selection. you may use the same program if you want to do the tutorial step by step.
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