Cars and pedastrians are controlled by switch and we dont use latches. We create state machine and use vhdl to implement program in CPLD circuit.
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I got this instruction given:
> For each of the following three scenarios, initially assume that the East-West traffic has had a green traffic light for a long time.
1) If a North-South car is detected then the traffic lights will cycle to green in that direction. The walk light will...
Homework Statement
Hi I got this problem and have to fill out this table.
Homework Equations
node analysis
time constant = RC
ic(t)= C dVc(t)/dt
The Attempt at a Solution
I got few answers which i worked it out.
i (0-) = 0
Vc(0-) = 1.84
Vr(0-) = i (0-) *...
Homework Statement
A stove burner supplies heat to a pan at the rate of 1500 W. How
long will it take to boil away 1.1 kg of water, once the water
reaches its boiling point?
Homework Equations
q = mct
The Attempt at a Solution
heat transfer = 1500 W, m = 1.1 KG Tf = 100
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Homework Statement
A crane in a marble quarry is mounted on the rock walls of the quarry and is supporting a 2000 kg slab of marble as shown in the figure. The center of mass of the 900 kg boom is located one-third of the way from the pivot end of its 15-m length, as shown.
Given...
Homework Statement
Homework Equations
How to do this question ??
The Attempt at a Solution
I know sum of torque and force = 0
at fapplied i got torque = 25sin(45) * 3.8m = 67.18N ..
But dont know what to do next !!!
Other Force problem !!!
Homework Statement
Two forces act on a 3.1 kg mass, which undergoes acceleration a = 0.88 i - 0.28 j m/s2. If one of the forces is F1 = - 1.5 i - 3.0 j N, what is the other force?
Homework Equations
I don't know how to visualize this !!!!
The Attempt at a...
Hi, below image. My teacher use symbol in K-MAP. But not sure how it uses.
Myattempt : i got
0 0 0 0
0 0 1 1
0 0 1 1
0 1 1 0 --> Using his technique.
Can somebody help me out ?
Homework Statement
A mass m slides along a frictionless horizontal surface at speed v initial. It strikes a spring of constant k attached to a rigid wall. After a completely elastic encounter with the spring, the mass heads back in the direction it came from.
(a)In terms of k, m, and v...