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  • Numerical
    algebra equation Jacobi Richardson scheme Gauss Siedel or Successive relaxation scheme or SOR scheme OR Gaussian elimination Specify the convergence criteria if iterative scheme is employed Specify the initial condition if applicable and boundary condition explicitly Explain general step by step including iteration step procedure of numerical solution Part II Check the numerical program about 15 of whole mark Doesn t matter what language you use C C Fortran and

    Original URL path: http://www.nuceng.ca/ep4d3/numerical_notes.htm (2014-10-09)
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  • Generic Sub-page
    0 from National Instruments Learn more about LabWindows CVI Solution download 4 8 Mb zipped Unzip the files to a temporary directory and run setup exe to install or un install This will install an entry into your Desktop Start

    Original URL path: http://www.nuceng.ca/ep4d3/assign2/soln2-cvi.htm (2014-10-09)
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  • EP704 Sample CD-ROM Contents
    you a feel here are some excerpts Introduction pdf format 188kb click on the words INTRODUCTION TO CANDU at the top of the opening screeen to get going The delivery format is PDF You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to

    Original URL path: http://www.nuceng.ca/ep6p3/sample.htm (2014-10-09)
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    is not at all difficult but you do have to know what you re doing If the neutrals are connected together and then the voltage between the hot legs of the two generators is measured hot leg to hot leg and not hot to ground the following conditions will be noted In phase zero volts 180 degrees out of phase the sum of the two voltages Since the voltages must be the same this will be 2X the nameplate voltage The generators can only be connected together when the voltage between the hots is zero e g in phase This suggests a phasing method The standard power plant method of synchronizing two generators is to use a very expensive instrument called a synchroscope This instrument indicates whether the incoming generator is faster slower or in phase with the bus Since the rotors of power plant generators weighs many tons the phases must be extremely accurately matched or else the rotor will be forcibly yanked into phase possibly wrecking the generator For small units we don t need to be so precise We can use a pair of lamps What you ll need is a couple of lamps hooked in series and connected between the hot lead of the running generator and the hot lead of the newly cranked generator You ll also need a switch of some sorts to parallel the units If the generators are 180 deg out of phase the voltage across the lamps will be 2X the nameplate voltage 240 volts in the case of two 120 volt generators and the lamps will burn full brilliance If the generators are nearly in phase the lamps will be out because there will be no voltage on them If one generator is faster than the other the lamps will

    Original URL path: http://www.nuceng.ca/ep6p3/class/loadsynch.htm (2014-10-09)
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  • Bill Garland's Nuclear Engineering Site - direct to Universities Committee

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    Original URL path: /teach/teachindex.htm (2014-10-09)


  • Learning 101
    What you will need for the trip The concept of a concept Do you understand Do you believe Some possible models A mental model for problem solving Speed Misc notes Effective use of Lecture and Study time Just who do

    Original URL path: http://www.nuceng.ca/teach/learn101slides/slidesindex.htm (2014-10-09)
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  • and plot assumes an even time signal tmax max time tw pulse width from 0 n number of time steps fmax max frequency df freq step example dopulse 1 1 100 50 1 t g pulse tmax tw n subplot

    Original URL path: http://www.nuceng.ca/ep3w4/dopulse.m (2014-10-09)
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  • n Generates a pulse signal width tw with trailing zeros from 0 to tmax in n steps set up time vector assume even time spacing dt tmax n t 0 dt tmax n 1 initialize signal vector g zeros size

    Original URL path: http://www.nuceng.ca/ep3w4/pulse.m (2014-10-09)
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