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ip 100%

Politechnika Świętokrzyska w Kielcach Wydział Elektrotechniki, Automatyki i Informatyki Inżynieria programowania Instrukcja laboratoryjna 1 „Wstęp do UML Diagram przypadków użycia” Przygotował:

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Passport 300 Pro Service Diagrams 97%

® 24 PASSPORT 300 PRO (This is the model name for warranty claims) Service Diagram List Service Diagram (Schematic) ............AMP Service Diagram (PCB Assembly) ............AMP PCB Service Diagram (Schematic) ............INPUT Service Diagram (PCB Assembly) ............INPUT PCB Service Diagram (Schematic) ............MIXER Service Diagram (PCB Assembly) ............MIXER PCB Service Diagram (Schematic) ............SMPS Service Diagram (PCB Assembly) ............SMPS PCB Service Diagram (Test Point Information) ............TP701-TP704 Service Diagram (Block Diagram) ............WIRING DIAGRAM Service Diagram (Exploded View) ............FRONT PANEL ASSY Service Diagram (Exploded View) ............MAIN UNIT ASSY Service Diagram (Exploded View) ............SMPS &

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project management system ADD v1.7 97%

ERD Diagram .................................................................................................................23 Page2 ADD – Manage Engineering Projects System 30/03/2011 2.3.2.

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ChangeLog SOEN344 Team3 96%

Change Log GitHub Issue Item ID TEAM 3 - SOEN 344 Problem(s) Solution Communication Diagram Initiate Reservation Session Inconsistent type signature for many operations Corrected in SAD by reverse engineering 2017/02/11 #6 Communication Diagram Create Reservation The communication diagram is inconsistent with the code.

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ip-lab05 96%

Politechnika Świętokrzyska w Kielcach Wydział Elektrotechniki, Automatyki i Informatyki Inżynieria programowania Instrukcja laboratoryjna 5 „Diagram aktywności” Przygotował:

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B121-MTA-Fall 2016-2017- Solved 95%

Diagrammatic representation 1-Force – field diagrams:This kind of diagram shows the force that are bearing(‫ )أﺗﺟﺎه‬on a situation and shows forces which are supportive of change and the forces which are likely to be unhelpful or resistant.

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5014 s14 qp 12 94%

1 (a) Look at the diagram of a plate boundary.

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Charles Bukar Game UML Model Assignment 94%

- CLASS DIAGRAM, SEQUENCE DIAGRAM, ACTIVITY DIAGRAM AND USE CASE DIAGRAM TO DESCRIBE THE FUNCTIONALITY OF THE GAME BY CHARLES BUKAR I.D No.:

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Written Instructions 94%

Scissors or utility knife Kayak Pulley Storage Hoist System  Steps  Use the diagram #1 on page 2 to measure and mark the placement of the 3 rope pulleys and the placement of the eye bolt  Use the drill with .250” wood bit to drill through the ceiling joists  Attach the rope pulleys and eye bolt using the wrenches  Use the diagram #1 on page 2 to thread the rope through the pulleys.

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5014 s15 qp 12 93%

1 (a) Look at the diagram, which shows one of the most destructive methods of fishing.

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philips chassis-l01.2e-aa 93%

Block Diagram, Testpoints, I2C And Supply Voltage Overview Block Diagram Testpoint Overview I2C And Supply Voltage Overview 7.

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5129 w13 qp 12 92%

IB13 11_5129_12/3RP © UCLES 2013 [Turn over 2 1 The diagram shows a plant cell as seen under a microscope.

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SST49LF020A 92%

5 FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM . ... Functional Block Diagram .

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Cheat Sheet 3 92%

When drawing a NAND logic diagram, always use the gate symbols in such a way that every connection between a gate output and a gate input is either bubble-tobubble or nonbubble-to-nonbubble.

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Fridge manual 91%

Wiring Diagram -Schematic ...........................................................................................................................

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DesignReview 91%

          Solar Powered LED Blinds  Design Review    Group 28: Austin Estes & Kerr Oliva    TA: Katherine O’Kane    ECE 445    February 15, 2016          Table of Contents    1 Introduction  1.1 Statement of Purpose  1.2 Objectives  1.2.1 Goals and Benefits  1.2.2 Functions and Features    2 Design  2.1 Block Diagrams  2.1.1 Power Block Diagram  2.1.2 Signal Block Diagram  2.2 Block Descriptions  2.2.1 Solar Panels  2.2.2 Charge Controller  2.2.3 Li­ion Battery  2.2.4 Buck Converter  2.2.5 Microcontroller  2.2.6 Electric Motor  2.2.7 RGB LEDs  2.2.8 User Inputs  2.2.9 Motor Driver  2.2.10 Voltage Controlled Current Source  2.3 Schematics of Overall System  2.4 Simulations and Calculations  2.4.1 Charge Time  2.4.2 LED Discharge Time  2.4.3 Total Battery Discharge Time    3 Requirements and Verifications  3.1 Requirements and Verifications Tables  3.1.1 Solar Panels  3.1.2 Charge Controller  3.1.3 Li­ion Battery  3.1.4 Buck Converter  3.1.5 Microcontroller  3.1.6 Electric Motor  3.1.7 RGB LEDs  1  3.1.8 Voltage Controlled Current Source  3.2 Tolerance Analysis  3.3 Safety  3.4 Code of Ethics    4 Cost and Schedule  4.1 Cost Analysis  4.1.1 Labor  4.1.2 Parts  4.1.3 Total Cost  4.2 Schedule    5 References    5.1 References    2  1 Introduction    1.1 Statement of Purpose    The goal for this project is to create a self­contained system powered solely by solar  panels that can bring light to a room, whether it be to help illuminate the room with white light or  add a more aesthetic appeal using a different color of light. This way the blinds cannot only  block out the sun’s light from a room during the day, but can store the sun’s energy for use later  at night.  The solar panels will be placed on the blinds, so that they can be angled towards the sun  either by the user or by the microcontroller. This should allow for the maximum power  production depending on the current conditions outside. The solar panels will charge a  rechargeable lithium­ion battery, which will power the electric motor which turns the blinds, the  microcontroller, and the RGB LEDs. The electric motor will be controlled by the microcontroller  using solar data to determine where the best angle is for the blinds. The user will be able to  choose the intensity of the red, green, and blue light from the LEDs individually, creating a  massive selection of custom colors.  Our hope was to be able to create a product that someone could use in his/her home to get  the benefits of green energy, without having to do an expensive retrofit. Our project could also  be used in an area where electric power is not readily available or not reliable, that way the user  could have an electric light source at night.    1.2 Objectives    1.2.1 Goals and Benefits  ● Entirely self­contained  ● Offer additional lighting in conjunction with normal illumination appliances  ● Automatically angle blinds for best solar power production    1.2.2 Functions and Features  ● Solar charged li­ion battery  ● Automated electric motor movements  ● Customizable RGB LED output  ● DC Motor able to turn in either direction        3  2 Design    2.1 Block Diagrams    2.1.1 Power Block Diagram    Figure 1.​  This block diagram shows how the power will flow through the system.    2.1.2 Signal Block Diagram  4 

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Arthuis 91%

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pyt2 91%

diagram wdrożenia 2.

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5014 w07 qp 1 89%

......................................................................................................................................[2] © UCLES 2007 5014/01/O/N/07 [Turn over 4 2 (a) Look at the diagram showing words that can be used to describe the cycle of the waterborne disease, typhoid.

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5090 s14 qp 11 89%

3 movement of water by osmosis volume of vacuole A enters cells decreases B enters cells increases C leaves cells decreases D leaves cells increases Which diagram illustrates the process of active transport?

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SST49LF002B 89%

Reset Timing Diagram (LPC MODE) .

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5014 w09 qp 1 89%

[1] © UCLES 2009 5014/01/O/N/09 For Examiner’s Use 5 (b) (i) The diagram shows isobar lines in a pressure system known as a cyclone.

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AA 356 89%

1   Alpha Aeronautics   XJ-2 Personal Jet Aircraft    Final Design Report   EMAE 356     Arik Legman, Alexander Borgestedt, Allyson Beach,  Atniel “Otto” Katan, Chanisara Netsuwan, Felipe Gomez  del Campo, Jonathan Goldson, Masihuddin Ahmed, Tyler  Bauer        2             XJ-2          3                             Abstract  Proposed  herein  is  the  preliminary  design  of  a  personal  jet  aircraft  for  personal  ownership.  The  aircraft  costs  under  $200,000,  is  designed  to  carry  two  passengers,  cruise  for  over  1000  nm  and  operate  from 2,000’ runways.  Specifications for the design of the new aircraft  and  engine  are  listed,  and  manufacturing  methods  and  materials  selections  are  presented.  The  economic  feasibility  of  the  aircraft  are  presented,  and  800  whole  aircraft  sold  per  year  are  required to meet the cost goal.  Cost reduction measures for a kit aircraft are also explored.           4 Table of Contents  Alpha Aeronautics  Personal Jet Aircraft  Final Design Report  EMAE 356  1.0 Introduction  1.1 Mission Overview  2.0 System Overview  2.1 Functional Block Diagram  2.2 Critical Interfaces and Interdependencies  2.3 Risk Identification and Mitigation  3.0 Project Management Plan  Organizational Structure/ Assignments/ Leads  Work Breakdown Structure  Schedule (Full Semester)  4.0 Systems Modeling  Trade Studies  Major Driving Factors  Significant Design Decisions  Technology Readiness Level  5.0 Vehicle Design  CAD model  Weight Budget  6.0 Mission and Operational Capabilities  6.1 Concept of Operations (CONOPS)  6.2 Mission Profiles and Options  6.3 Fuel and Range charts  V-n Diagram  Flight Envelope  Stability Arguments  6.5 Logistics  6.6 Economics  6.7 Reliability  5 6.8 Safety  7.4 Fuselage  7.1 Wing Subsystem  7.1.1 Block diagram  7.1.2 Analysis and Trade Studies  7.1.3 Risk/Mitigations  7.1.4 CAD  7.1.5 Weight Budget  7.2 Flight surfaces and Control  7.2.1 Block diagram  7.2.2 Introduction  7.2.3 Flaps  7.2.4 Control Surfaces  7.2.5 Risk Mitigation  7.2.6 Results  7.3 Landing Gear  7.3.1 Landing Gear FBD  7.3.2 Calculations and analysis  7.3.3 Risk Mitigation  7.3.4 CAD  7.3.5 Other Concepts Considered  7.6 Avionics/Power/AUX Subsystem  7.6.1 Block Diagram  7.6.2 Power  7.6.3 Risks/Mitigations  7.6.4 CAD  8.0 Compliance  9.0 Conclusions  9.1.1 Conclusion  9.1.2 Future Work  10.0 References     

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