• Modern Automotive Technology

    Modern Automotive Technology

    Modern Automotive Technology details the construction, operation, diagnosis, service, and repair of late-model automobiles and light trucks. This comprehensive textbook uses a building-block approach that starts with the fundamental principles of system operation and progresses gradually to complex diagnostic and service procedures. Short sentences, concise definitions, and thousands of color illustrations help students learn quickly and...

     97 p mku 11/10/2012 390 2

  • Fundamentals of Investments

    Fundamentals of Investments

    This chapter cover the basics of the investing process. We begin by describing how you go about buying and selling securities such as stocks and bonds. Then we outline some important consideration and constraints to kêp in mind as you get more involved in the investing process

     714 p mku 14/05/2012 261 2

  • Financial Management

    Financial Management

    Managers are naturally inclined to act in their own best interests. But the following factors affect managerial behavior: Managerial compensation plans, Direct intervention by shareholders, The threat of firing, The threat of takeover. Shareholders versus Creditors Shareholders (through managers) could take actions to maximize stock price that are detrimental to creditors. In the long run, such actions will raise the cost...

     670 p mku 02/06/2012 346 2

  • Fundamentals of Investments

    Fundamentals of Investments

    This chapter cover the basics of the investing process. We begin by describing how you go about buying and selling securities such as stocks and bonds. Then we outline some important consideration and constraints to kêp in mind as you get more involved in the investing process

     714 p mku 02/06/2012 272 2

  • Tài chính quốc tế

    Tài chính quốc tế

    Companies (and individuals) can raise funds, invest money, buy material, produce goods and sell products and services overseas. With these increased opportunities comes addtional ricks. We need to know how to identify these risks and then how to control or remove them

     70 p mku 02/06/2012 361 2

  • Elements of Mechanical Design

    Elements of Mechanical Design

    This is an advanced course on modeling, design, integration and best practices for use of machine elements such as bearings, springs, gears, cams and mechanisms. Modeling and analysis of these elements is based upon extensive application of physics, mathematics and core mechanical engineering principles (solid mechanics, fluid mechanics, manufacturing, estimation, computer simulation, etc.). These principles are reinforced via (1) hands-on...

     44 p mku 03/07/2012 324 2

  • Advanced Structural Concrete Design

    Advanced Structural Concrete Design

    Class Objectives Identify the types of slab construction, summarizing the advantages and disadvantages of each •Explain the methods of analysis of slabs •Determine the design moments of one-way and two way slabs •Design of flat slabs covering: division into strips, edge and corner columns, punching shear and provision of shear reinforcement

     66 p mku 27/09/2012 288 2

  • Electromagnetic Fields

    Electromagnetic Fields

    Electric fields are created by differences in voltage: the higher the voltage, the stronger will be the resultant field. Magnetic fields are created when electric current flows: the greater the current, the stronger the magnetic field. An electric field will exist even when there is no current flowing. If current does flow, the strength of the magnetic field will vary with power consumption but the electric field strength will be constant.

     77 p mku 10/10/2012 266 1

  • Chapter 2:Michael Faraday.

    Chapter 2:Michael Faraday.

    An electric field is the region of space surrounding electrically charged particles and time-varying magnetic fields. The electric field depicts the force exerted on other electrically charged objects by the electrically charged particle the field is surrounding. The concept of an electric field was introduced by Michael Faraday.

     67 p mku 10/10/2012 240 1

  • Chapter 3: Magnetostatic Fields

    Chapter 3: Magnetostatic Fields

    Magnetostatics is the study of magnetic fields in systems where the currents are steady (not changing with time). It is the magnetic analogue of electrostatics, where the charges are stationary. The magnetization need not be static; the equations of magnetostatics can be used to predict fast magnetic switching events that occur on time scales of nanoseconds or less.[1] Magnetostatics is even a good approximation when the currents are not...

     40 p mku 10/10/2012 378 1

  • Chapter 4:Time Varying Fields

    Chapter 4:Time Varying Fields

    EM-Ch4_1 3 a) Introduction to Time Varying Fields Electric charges induce electric fields and electric current iduce magnetic fields. the cases for magnetostatic and electrostatic where the magnetic field and the electric field are constant with time. In the magnetostatic and electrostatic cases, the E and D fields are independent of B and H fields.

     51 p mku 10/10/2012 314 1

  • Chapter 5: Theory and Applications of Transmission Lines

    Chapter 5: Theory and Applications of Transmission Lines

    Presents the latest methods for properly considering transmission line effects as well as the calculation of transmission line properties as a function of materials and geometries. Emphasizes properties of stripline and microstrip circuits, explaining that at high enough frequencies, almost every interconnection in a circuit will exhibit transmission line properties. . , that, if these circuits are to be well designed, the transmission lines...

     57 p mku 10/10/2012 326 1

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