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The Automotive Transmission Book

The Automotive Transmission Book Pdf/ePub eBook Author: ,
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This book presents essential information on systems and interactions in automotive transmission technology and outlines the methodologies used to analyze and develop transmission concepts and designs. Functions of and interactions between components and subassemblies of transmissions are introduced, providing a basis for designing transmission systems and for determining their potentials and properties in vehicle-specific applications: passenger cars, trucks, buses, tractors and motorcycles. With these fundamentals the presentation provides universal resources for both state-of-the-art and future transmission technologies, including systems for electric and hybrid electric vehicles.

Transmissions

Transmissions Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Kat Jungnickel
Editor: MIT Press
ISBN: 0262356635
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Researchers rethink tactics for inventing and disseminating research, examining the use of such unconventional forms as poetry, performance, catalogs, interactive machines, costume, and digital platforms. Transmission is the research moment when invention meets dissemination—the tactical combination of making (how theory, methods, and data shape research) and communicating (how research is shown and shared). In this book, researchers from a range of disciplines examine tactics for the transmission of research, exploring such unconventional forms as poetry, performance, catalogs, interactive machines, costume, and digital platforms. Focusing on transmissions draws attention to a critical part of the research process commonly overlooked and undervalued. Too often, the results of radically experimental research methodologies are pressed into conventional formats. The contributors to Transmissions rethink tactics for making and communicating research as integral to the kind of projects they do, pushing against disciplinary edges with unexpected and creative combinations and collaborations. Each chapter focuses on a different tactic of transmission. One contributor merges literary styles of the empirical and poetic; another uses an angle grinder to construct machines of enquiry. One project invites readers to participate in an exchange about value; another provides a series of catalog cards to materialize ordering systems of knowledge. All the contributors share a commitment to uniting the what with the how, firmly situating their transmissions in their research and in each unique chapter of this book. Contributors Nerea Calvillo, Rebecca Coleman, Larissa Hjorth, Janis Jefferies, Kat Jungnickel, Sarah Kember, Max Liboiron, Kristina Lindström, Alexandra Lippman, Bonnie Mak, Julien McHardy, Julia Pollack, Ingrid Richardson, Åsa Ståhl, Laura Watts

Transmission

Transmission Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Hari Kunzru
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1101656190
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The award-winning writer of White Tears and The Impressionist takes an ultra-contemporary turn with the story of an Indian computer programmer whose luxurious fantasies about life in America are shaken when he accepts a California job offer. Lonely and naïve, Arjun spends his days as a lowly assistant virus-tester, pining away for his free-spirited colleague, Christine. Arjun gets laid off like so many of his Silicon Valley peers, and in an act of desperation to keep his job, he releases a mischievous but destructive virus around the globe that has major unintended consequences. As world order unravels, so does Arjun’s sanity, in a rollicking cataclysm that reaches Bollywood and, not so coincidentally, the glamorous star of Arjun’s favorite Indian movie.

Electromagnetic Waveguides and Transmission Lines

Electromagnetic Waveguides and Transmission Lines Pdf/ePub eBook Author: F. Olyslager
Editor: OUP Oxford
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Electromagnetic Waveguides and Transmission Lines by F. Olyslager Summary

This monograph deals with the theoretical aspects of the circuit modelling of high-frequency electromagnetic structures using the Lorentz reciprocity theorem. This is the first book to cover the generalization from closed structures to open-boundary waveguides and circuit structures. The author has developed a new way to represent a general waveguide by transmission lines: and was awarded the Microwave Prize of the IEEE for this work. The first part of the book discusses the construction of transmission line models for waveguide structures. Then the incidence of external electromagnetic waves on high-frequency structures is studied, and finally the concepts derived in the earlier parts of the book are generalized to reciprocal and non-reciprocal anisotropic, bi-isotropic, and bianisotropic materials.

Transmission

Transmission Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Ambrose Ibsen
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A Voice From Beyond The Grave? College students Kenji and Dylan stumble upon a strange recording in the background of an obscure song. It's a woman's voice, uttering a string of seemingly random characters. Upon further inspection, the song appears to have been embedded with a hidden message. Attempting to crack the mysterious code and becoming obsessed with the recording, Kenji and Dylan set off in search of answers. With every turn in the road however, the puzzle only seems to grow more complicated. And sinister. Retired Vietnam vet Reggie Cash is also drawn in by this message, and before long both he and the two college students are on the trail of the mysterious woman featured in the recording. But who is she, and where is she leading them? As things fall into place and strange events unfold, the three of them begin to wish that they'd never heard the recording at all... TRANSMISSION is a full-length novel of supernatural horror and suspense by Ambrose Ibsen.

Transmission and Distribution Electrical Engineering

Transmission and Distribution Electrical Engineering Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Colin Bayliss,Brian Hardy
Editor: Elsevier
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Dramatic power outages in North America, and the threat of a similar crisis in Europe, have made the planning and maintenance of the electrical power grid a newsworthy topic. Most books on transmission and distribution electrical engineering are student texts that focus on theory, brief overviews, or specialized monographs. Colin Bayliss and Brian Hardy have produced a unique and comprehensive handbook aimed squarely at the engineers and planners involved in all aspects of getting electricity from the power plant to the user via the power grid. The resulting book is an essential read, and a hard-working reference for all engineers, technicians, managers and planners involved in electricity utilities, and related areas such as generation, and industrial electricity usage. * An essential read and hard*working ref

Transmission Lines in Digital and Analog Electronic Systems

Transmission Lines in Digital and Analog Electronic Systems Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Clayton R. Paul
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118058240
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In the last 30 years there have been dramatic changes in electrical technology--yet the length of the undergraduate curriculum has remained four years. Until some ten years ago, the analysis of transmission lines was a standard topic in the EE and CpE undergraduate curricula. Today most of the undergraduate curricula contain a rather brief study of the analysis of transmission lines in a one-semester junior-level course on electromagnetics. In some schools, this study of transmission lines is relegated to a senior technical elective or has disappeared from the curriculum altogether. This raises a serious problem in the preparation of EE and CpE undergraduates to be competent in the modern industrial world. For the reasons mentioned above, today's undergraduates lack the basic skills to design high-speed digital and high-frequency analog systems. It does little good to write sophisticated software if the hardware is unable to process the instructions. This problem will increase as the speeds and frequencies of these systems continue to increase seemingly without bound. This book is meant to repair that basic deficiency.

Knowledge Transmission

Knowledge Transmission Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Stephen Wright
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351618881
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Our knowledge of the world comes from various sources. But it is sometimes said that testimony, unlike other sources, transmits knowledge from one person to another. In this book, Stephen Wright investigates what the transmission of knowledge involves and the role the role that it should play in our theorising about testimony as a source of knowledge. He argues that the transmission of knowledge should be understood in terms of the more fundamental concept of the transmission of epistemic grounds, and that the claim that testimony transmits knowledge is not only defensible in its own right but indispensable to an adequate theory of testimony. This makes testimony unlike other epistemic sources.

Electricity Transmission Pricing and Technology

Electricity Transmission Pricing and Technology Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Michael A. Einhorn,Riaz Siddiqi
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Electricity Transmission Pricing and Technology by Michael A. Einhorn,Riaz Siddiqi Summary

The electric utility industry and its stakeholders in the. United States appear to be at a critical juncture in time. Powerful forces of global proportions are propelling the industry instinctively and in a secular fashion towards restructuring. That the industry will change is a fait accomplii. The nature and timing of the change is still a matter of intense debate, however. Because of the evolution of the industry into its present-day form, i.e. regulated local monopolies in their designated franchise service territories, the relative roles and expectations of various institutions would have to change to conform to the new state in the future. In either encouraging, or allowing this change to happen, society is essentially saying that future societal welfare would be better served by the changed structure contemplated. What that assumption translates into in more direct terms is that creation of future wealth would be better accomplished through redistribution of wealth today. Thoughtful individuals recognize the enormous responsibility placed upon the various entities empowered with jurisdiction over the timing and nature of the structural change. They are trying hard to bring analytical rigor to bear on the debate. One very critical element of this debate on restructuring is the issue of the treatment of transmission. The issue has been variously labeled transmission access, or pricing. Volumes have been written and spoken on this topic.

Artificial Transmission Lines for RF and Microwave Applications

Artificial Transmission Lines for RF and Microwave Applications Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Ferran Martin
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
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Artificial Transmission Lines for RF and Microwave Applications by Ferran Martin Summary

This book presents and discusses alternatives to ordinary transmission lines for the design and implementation of advanced RF/microwave components in planar technology. This book is devoted to the analysis, study and applications of artificial transmission lines mostly implemented by means of a host line conveniently modified (e.g., with modulation of transverse dimensions, with etched patterns in the metallic layers, etc.) or with reactive loading, in order to achieve novel device functionalities, superior performance, and/or reduced size. The author begins with an introductory chapter dedicated to the fundamentals of planar transmission lines. Chapter 2 is focused on artificial transmission lines based on periodic structures (including non-uniform transmission lines and reactively-loaded lines), and provides a comprehensive analysis of the coupled mode theory. Chapters 3 and 4 are dedicated to artificial transmission lines inspired by metamaterials, or based on metamaterial concepts. These chapters include the main practical implementations of such lines and their circuit models, and a wide overview of their RF/microwave applications (including passive and active circuits and antennas). Chapter 5 focuses on reconfigurable devices based on tunable artificial lines, and on non-linear transmission lines. The chapter also introduces several materials and components to achieve tuning, including diode varactors, RF-MEMS, ferroelectrics, and liquid crystals. Finally, Chapter 6 covers other advanced transmission lines and wave guiding structures, such as electroinductive-/magnetoinductive-wave lines, common-mode suppressed balanced lines, lattice-network artificial lines, and substrate integrated waveguides. Artificial Transmission Lines for RF and Microwave Applications provides an in-depth analysis and discussion of artificial transmission lines, including design guidelines that can be useful to researchers, engineers and students.

Digital Transmission Systems

Digital Transmission Systems Pdf/ePub eBook Author: David R. Smith
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1475711859
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Digital Transmission Systems by David R. Smith Summary

In the development of telecommunication networks throughout the world, digital transmission has now replaced analog transmission as the predominant choice for new transmission facilities. This trend began in the early 1960s when the American Telephone and Telegraph Company first introduced pulse code modulation as a means of increasing capacity in their cable plant. Since that time, digital transmission applications have grown dramatically, notably in the United States, Canada, Japan, and Western Europe. With the rapidity of digital transmission developments and imple mentation, however, there has been a surprising lack of textbooks written on the subject. This book grew out of my work, research, and teaching in digital transmission systems. My objective is to provide an overview of the subject. To accomplish this end, theory has been blended with practice in order to illustrate how one applies theoretical principles to actual design and imple mentation. The book has abundant design examples and references to actual systems. These examples have been drawn from common carriers, manufac turers, and my own experience. Considerable effort has been made to include up-to-date standards, such as those published by the CCITT and CCIR, and to interpret their recommendations in the context of present-day digital transmission systems.

Automotive Power Transmission Systems

Automotive Power Transmission Systems Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Yi Zhang,Chris Mi
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 111896490X
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Provides technical details and developments for all automotive power transmission systems The transmission system of an automotive vehicle is the key to the dynamic performance, drivability and comfort, and fuel economy. Modern advanced transmission systems are the combination of mechanical, electrical and electronic subsystems. The development of transmission products requires the synergy of multi-disciplinary expertise in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and electronic and software engineering. Automotive Power Transmission Systems comprehensively covers various types of power transmission systems of ground vehicles, including conventional automobiles driven by internal combustion engines, and electric and hybrid vehicles. The book covers the technical aspects of design, analysis and control for manual transmissions, automatic transmission, CVTs, dual clutch transmissions, electric drives, and hybrid power systems. It not only presents the technical details of key transmission components, but also covers the system integration for dynamic analysis and control. Key features: Covers conventional automobiles as well as electric and hybrid vehicles. Covers aspects of design, analysis and control. Includes the most recent developments in the field of automotive power transmission systems. The book is essential reading for researchers and practitioners in automotive, mechanical and electrical engineering.

Synaptic Transmission

Synaptic Transmission Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Stephen D. Meriney,Erika Fanselow
Editor: Academic Press
ISBN: 0128153210
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Synaptic Transmission is a comprehensive guide to the topic of neurotransmission that provides an in-depth discussion on many aspects of synapse structure and function—a fundamental part of the neuroscience discipline. Chapters include boxes that describe renowned/award-winning researchers and their contributions to the field of synaptic transmission, diseases relevant to the material presented, details of experimental approaches used to study synaptic transmission, and interesting asides that expand on topics covered. This book will inspire students to appreciate how the basic cellular and molecular biology of the synapse can lead to a better understanding of nervous system function and neurological disorders. Provides a comprehensive reference on synaptic structure, physiology, function and neurotransmission Discusses many landmark experiments in the field of synaptic transmission to emphasize core principles Includes references to primary scientific literature, relevant review articles and books, many of which could be assigned as discussion material for courses focused on this topic

Electromagnetic Analysis Using Transmission Line Variables

Electromagnetic Analysis Using Transmission Line Variables Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Maurice Weiner
Editor: World Scientific
ISBN: 9814492280
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Problems in electromagnetic propagation, especially those with complex geometries, have traditionally been solved using numerical methods, such as the method of finite differences. Unfortunately the mathematical methods suffer from a lack of physical appeal. The researcher or designer often loses sight of the physics underlying the problem, and changes in the mathematical formulation are often not identifiable with any physical change. This book employs a relatively new method for solving electromagnetic problems, one which makes use of a transmission line matrix (TLM). The propagation space is imagined to be filled with this matrix. The propagating fields and physical properties (for example, the presence of conductivity) are then mapped onto the matrix. Mathematically, the procedures are identical with the traditional numerical methods; however, the interpretation and physical appeal of the transmission line matrix are far superior. Any change in the matrix has an immediate physical significance. What is also very important is that the matrix becomes a launching pad for many improvements in the analysis (for example, the nature of coherent waves) using more modern notions of electromagnetic waves. Eventually, the purely mathematical techniques will probably give way to the transmission line matrix method. Contents: Introduction to Transmission Lines and Their Application to Electromagnetic PhenomenaNotation and Mapping of Physical PropertiesScattering EquationsCorrections for Plane Wave and Anisotropy EffectsBoundary Conditions and DispersionCell Discharge Properties and Integration of Transport Phenomena into the TLM MatrixDescription of TLM IterationSPICE Solutions Readership: Electrical engineers and physicists involved in electromagnetic propagation and analysis, as well as computer specialists involved in the development of advanced codes in electromagnetics. Keywords:Electromagnetics;Transmission Line;Node;Cell Matrix;PhotoconductivitySemiconductor;Avalanche Effect;Coherence;Wave Propagation;Finite DifferenceReviews:“The book treats the subject in a systematic manner giving the mathematical rigour necessary to describe the physical phenomena. The book is a useful work.”Mathematics Abstracts

Transmission Electron Microscopy and Diffractometry of Materials

Transmission Electron Microscopy and Diffractometry of Materials Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Brent Fultz,James Howe
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
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This practical and theoretical text/reference develops the concepts of transmission electron microscopy and x-ray diffractometry. This acclaimed new edition contains many improved explanations and new material on high-resolution microscopy.

Fiber Optics Weekly Update

Fiber Optics Weekly Update Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Paul Polishuk, Editor
Editor: Information Gatekeepers Inc
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Transmission Channels of Financial Shocks to Stock, Bond, and Asset-Backed Markets

Transmission Channels of Financial Shocks to Stock, Bond, and Asset-Backed Markets Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Massimo Guidolin,Viola Fabbrini,Manuela Pedio
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Transmission Channels of Financial Shocks to Stock, Bond, and Asset-Backed Markets by Massimo Guidolin,Viola Fabbrini,Manuela Pedio Summary

Researchers, policymakers and commentators have long debated the patterns through which adverse shocks in a few markets may quickly spread to a range of apparently disconnected financial markets causing widespread losses and turmoil. This book uses modern linear and non-linear econometric methods to characterize how shocks to the yield of risky fixed income securities, such as sub-prime asset-backed or low-credit rating sovereign bonds, are transmitted to the yields in other markets. These include equity and corporate bond markets as well as relatively risk-free fixed income securities, such as highly rated asset-backed securities and sovereign bonds from core Eurozone countries. The authors analyse and compare the results from linear and non-linear models to identify and assess four distinct contagion channels characterizing both US and European financial markets. These include the correlated information, risk premium, flight-to-liquidity, and flight-to quality channels. The results of this study support the theory that both investors and policy-makers ought to pay special attention to liquidity and commonalities in the perceptions of the probabilities of default, as channels through which financial shocks propagate.

Advances in Power Transmission Science and Technology

Advances in Power Transmission Science and Technology Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Ze Yong Yin,Cheng Yu Jiang,Da Tong Qin,Pei Xin Qiao,Geng Liu
Editor: Trans Tech Publications Ltd
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Advances in Power Transmission Science and Technology by Ze Yong Yin,Cheng Yu Jiang,Da Tong Qin,Pei Xin Qiao,Geng Liu Summary

Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS). This volume comprises a selection of 202 papers covering all of the latest advances and developments in design, modeling and analysis, materials manufacturing and testing, and their engineering applications in power transmission systems. It will provide readers with a broad overview of recent progress and achievements in the field of power transmission.

Modelling Flexible AC Transmission Systems (FACTS) Devices on Weak Transmission Lines in the Nigerian Power Network

Modelling Flexible AC Transmission Systems (FACTS) Devices on Weak Transmission Lines in the Nigerian Power Network Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Olalekan Olagunju
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Modelling Flexible AC Transmission Systems (FACTS) Devices on Weak Transmission Lines in the Nigerian Power Network by Olalekan Olagunju Summary

Research Paper (postgraduate) from the year 2019 in the subject Electrotechnology, , language: English, abstract: The aim of the study is to model FACTS devices on weak transmission line in the Nigeria power network and consider their effect on the bus voltages, reactive and active power using genetic algorithm(GA) approach for loss minimization. The Nigeria 330KV existing network to be considered consist of nine (9) generating stations, thirty(30)Buses and forty one (41) transmission lines which will be modelled and simulated using Matlab Version 7.10. The study is limited to Nigeria 330kV existing power network with the focus on the comparison of the Bus voltages and power flow on the transmission lines when FACTS devices are incorporated and when the FACTS devices are not incorporated. Research Questions: For the realization of the objectives mentioned above and the aim, the following research questions were set as a guide: 1. What is the significant effect of FACTS devices on weak transmission lines? 2. Can FACTS device be used with genetic algorithm for optimization of power loss and improvement of the bus voltages? 3. What is the limitation of using just genetic algorithm without FACTS device for the optimization of power loss and the improvement of the bus voltages? This research work is divided into five chapters with each chapter buttressing more on minimization of power loss. The scope of the work , the objective and aim of the research work to be achieved is addressed in chapter one (1). Chapter two(2) focus on the literature review of other researchers on FACTS device in the improvement of the power network, the concept of FACTS device and the choice of FACTS device to be used was also addressed in chapter two (2) of this research work. Chapter three focus on the methodology used for this study. The simulation of the 330kV Nigeria power network was done on MATLAB /SIMULINK 7.5. Also the chapter three focused on the use of power flow analysis toolbox which is a collection of a written codes of m files that has a compatible interface with MATLAB to generate the load flow of the power network instead of using ETAP. The genetic algorithm was also discussed as an optimization tool deployed to optimize the losses on the transmission line. Chapter four focus on the research findings with possible explanation as to some of the result obtained. Finally chapter five talks about the conclusion of this research work and highlight some areas to explore in the future.

Lost In Transmission

Lost In Transmission Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jonathan Harley
Editor: Random House Australia
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A funny and moving memoir of a young journalist on a mission to make sense of life in a part of the world that never makes sense... 'I grew up with lessons of Australian men as hardy, practical types, strong and stoic. They went off to war for years in jungles and deserts, and never had the need or time to talk about it when they came home. I haven't even fought a war; merely skirted its edges. But if Khurram is right and the soul can only travel at camel's speed, then mine has a lot of catching up to do.' When Jonathan Harley is finally offered his dream job as a foreign correspondent, he is suddenly no longer so sure he wants it. He's just fallen in love, hard. But he can't pass up the chance of becoming the ABC's man in South Asia - and the adventure of a lifetime. Lost In Transmission is his funny, moving and thoroughly entertaining account of what it's really like not only to be a foreign correspondent but to be literally a stranger in an even stranger land, struggling to make sense of life in a region that never makes sense. As he finds - and often fumbles - his way around his new beat, from his base in New Delhi, across the wilds of India to Pakistan, Nepal to Afghanistan and beyond to Iraq, Harley shares the misadventures, both hilarious and terrifying. From covering India's endearingly over the top reaction to the demise of our beloved Don to being the only Australian journalist in Afghanistan on September 11, he throws us in the deep end with him as he lurches from one hair-raising adventure to the next. Whether he is laughing at himself or exposing the ugly face of war, Harley shifts effortlessly between the serious, the sublime and the ridiculous, but his take is never less than searingly honest. Part adventure, part extreme travel, Lost In Transmission is also a disarmingly intimate account of a young man growing up way faster than a camel can walk and confronting his humanity and sanity along the way. It is also a story of long distance love, and the true meaning of being lost and found.