Quality is one of the most important concerns of our society. Many significant resources have been invested in order to ensure that certain products and services have the quality expected by the customer. Quality assurance systems are the key to success for many companies.
Our team at NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center has developed fiber optic sensing system (FOSS) technology that represents a major breakthrough in high-speed operational monitoring and sensing. Driven by ultra-efficient algorithms, FOSS can be used to determine in real time a variety of critical parameters, including strain,
Abstract— In PWM (Pulse Width Modulation), by modulating the relative time intervals corresponding to conduction and non-conduction periods,
There are several different ways a remotely (10’s of meters or 100’s of meters) located object can be detected, or the object’s presence can be ensured. Some of these are namely:
1. Sending ultrasonic sound and receiving the reflected sound from the object.
The project aims in designing a system which alerts the railway authorities when any fire accidents occurs in the train and this system also provides an immediate effect which controls fire using controlling system. At the railway station the system has a ZigBee module, a microcontroller unit,
My idea behind Self Conductive Cell is to provide endless power source to any electronic system where it is suitable to use. In this cell three components are there. Those are diodes, Silicon and Aluminum Mixture block and Silicon and Phosphorus mixture block.
Smartphone falling impact protection, it’s application
Today’s era is of smartphones, pc-tablets. These gadgets have thin and large touch-screens with very high sensitivity. The major problem with these gadgets is no availability of good protection from damage as they fall from a height. Mostly,
Since March of 1876, when the first successful voicecall was made, the era of communication has moved to video calling resulting in the use of 3 organs, namely ears to listen, eyes to see, and mouth to interact verbally.
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