Category Archives: Engineering

I WANT TO WRITE TO CHOOSE ANY TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION THAT IS NOT VERY COMPLEX,

I WANT TO WRITE TO CHOOSE ANY TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION THAT IS NOT VERY COMPLEX, SOME EXAMPLE MAY BE IDENTIFICATION CAMERAS TO PREVENT CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES OR SHOOTINGS. INTENDED FOR SOME OF THAT TYPE OF COMPLEX. (DO NOT USE THE EXAMPLE I JUST MADE) (In addition, it should be something accessible for the public) Remember the writer need to do a proposal and a presentation
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I WANT TO WRITE TO CHOOSE ANY TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION THAT IS NOT VERY COMPLEX,

I WANT TO WRITE TO CHOOSE ANY TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION THAT IS NOT VERY COMPLEX, SOME EXAMPLE MAY BE IDENTIFICATION CAMERAS TO PREVENT CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES OR SHOOTINGS. INTENDED FOR SOME OF THAT TYPE OF COMPLEX. (DO NOT USE THE EXAMPLE I JUST MADE) (In addition, it should be something accessible for the public) Remember the writer need to do a proposal and a presentation
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Study the OSHA General Industry standard for dealing with toxic air contaminant

Study the OSHA General Industry standard for dealing with toxic air
contaminants in general. Find the provision that requires air
contaminants to be held within their respective PELs. Determine the
frequency of citation of this provision using
the database on the textbook companion website. Determine the average dollar level of proposed penalties for violations of this provision.

Write Preliminary Geotechnical Assessment Report about Guadalupe Parkway. Read t

Write Preliminary Geotechnical Assessment Report about Guadalupe Parkway.
Read the “PGAR Guideline.pdf” to get the instruction, “Rubric.pdf” to know the criteria need to write.
referral documents:
– “Topic_ Tips & Info for Writing the PGAR.pdf” more information and clarification.
– Example PGAR.pdf
– LOTB 1988.pdf ( for plotting to the report).

Write Preliminary Geotechnical Assessment Report about Guadalupe Parkway. Read t

Write Preliminary Geotechnical Assessment Report about Guadalupe Parkway.
Read the “PGAR Guideline.pdf” to get the instruction, “Rubric.pdf” to know the criteria need to write.
referral documents:
– “Topic_ Tips & Info for Writing the PGAR.pdf” more information and clarification.
– Example PGAR.pdf
– LOTB 1988.pdf ( for plotting to the report).

Use the knowledge you have on conservation of mass, energy, charge, or momentum

Use the knowledge you have on conservation of mass, energy, charge, or momentum to analyze the system and determine some characteristic of the system. The report should state the problem (background information on the system, including how it works and affects human physiology), assumptions or additional information you collected (including your source), the property/properties being analyzed, equations to solve the problem, a final answer, and some discussion of what the final answer means.
You will earn points for each assessment completed. You are expected to read through all materials and provide feedback to the submitter based on a rubric related to how well they presented the problem, background information, and solution.

* Please write a literature review using the 5 sources that I have attached. it

* Please write a literature review using the 5 sources that I have attached.
it needs to contain:
– OBJECTIVE
– BACKGROUND/INTRODUCTION
– METHODS
– DISCUSSION/BODY
– CONCLUSION
– BIBLIOGRAPHY
* Include the most recent developments on the topic.
* Try to write short paragraphs because they are easier to read than long paragraphs.
* Also, Please choose one way to organize the paper:
1 – Chronologically – Organizing the sources by the date of publication can show how scholarly
perspective on a topic has changed over time.
2 – Thematically – Organizing by theme puts all of the sources with a similar focus together, making it
very easy to see where differences in perspective emerge.
3 – Methodologically – Organizing by method, much like organizing by theme, puts similar sources
together and illustrates what effect the method has on the final product.

You are required to complete a group project for this course. The project shou

You are required to complete a group project for this course.
The project should follow the outline that you submitted. The project
needs to submit a Project Report (single column and not less than 5
pages). You need to upload a recording of your project (how mBot is
working) in google drive and need to add the google drive link in the
project report. The project report will be peer-reviewed by the class.
Additionally, plagiarism will be checked for each report. Grading will
be done using the below rubric.
Report format: https://www.mdpi.com/1996-1073/9/9/691/htm
This is the script we had for the recording :
Hello, this is the video presentation for team 8 for EGN 1002 Spring 2022
As you can see we programmed our Mbot to be able to detect and follow a line.
All of the code was done using snap.
First we assembled the bot with the two side motors and a front roller, that way we could control it using basic tank steering.
Then we attached a line detection sensor to the bottom of the bot. The sensor works by using two ir transmitters and receivers on the left and right side of the sensor. The sensor provides 4 different values for 4 different scenarios. When both sensors detect a line, they return a 0. When only one side detects a line, it returns a 1 or 2. If no line is detected it returns a 3.
We programmed the bot with a forever loop and next if statements. When turned on, the bot will refer to each if statement, which corresponds to each of the 4 line sensor outputs. If the sensor reports a zero (the line is detected on both sides of the sensor) it will move forward. If the sensor reports a 1 or 2 (the line is only detected on one side of the sensor), there is an if statement for each value that rotates the bot according to the reported value. And finally, if the sensor reports a value of 3 (there is no line detected), the bot moves backward. We decided to have the bot go backwards because in testing we found that the bot would go off the line due to over correction and/or going too far forward, thus we found going backward was the best way to get the bot to go back to the line and continue its pathing.

You are required to complete a group project for this course. The project shou

You are required to complete a group project for this course.
The project should follow the outline that you submitted. The project
needs to submit a Project Report (single column and not less than 5
pages). You need to upload a recording of your project (how mBot is
working) in google drive and need to add the google drive link in the
project report. The project report will be peer-reviewed by the class.
Additionally, plagiarism will be checked for each report. Grading will
be done using the below rubric.
Report format: https://www.mdpi.com/1996-1073/9/9/691/htm
This is the script we had for the recording :
Hello, this is the video presentation for team 8 for EGN 1002 Spring 2022
As you can see we programmed our Mbot to be able to detect and follow a line.
All of the code was done using snap.
First we assembled the bot with the two side motors and a front roller, that way we could control it using basic tank steering.
Then we attached a line detection sensor to the bottom of the bot. The sensor works by using two ir transmitters and receivers on the left and right side of the sensor. The sensor provides 4 different values for 4 different scenarios. When both sensors detect a line, they return a 0. When only one side detects a line, it returns a 1 or 2. If no line is detected it returns a 3.
We programmed the bot with a forever loop and next if statements. When turned on, the bot will refer to each if statement, which corresponds to each of the 4 line sensor outputs. If the sensor reports a zero (the line is detected on both sides of the sensor) it will move forward. If the sensor reports a 1 or 2 (the line is only detected on one side of the sensor), there is an if statement for each value that rotates the bot according to the reported value. And finally, if the sensor reports a value of 3 (there is no line detected), the bot moves backward. We decided to have the bot go backwards because in testing we found that the bot would go off the line due to over correction and/or going too far forward, thus we found going backward was the best way to get the bot to go back to the line and continue its pathing.