## Electrical Engineering homework help

Crops require consistent fertilization and spraying in order to maintain high yields. Traditionally this was done manually, with vehicles, or even via airplane. These methods are not only inefficient, and burdensome, but they can be very costly as well.
To increase safety and provide cost-effective work among the farmers, you are assigned to change the manual fertilizer spraying method to automatic fertilizer spraying method by using a drone. Note that there are two ways to fly a drone which is, manual and automatic. In order to perform automatic closed loop control system, automatic control must be take place.
Automatic control in this context means you will use waypoints to fly your drones. You need to control the drone’s height (level) and speed and also take into account the disturbances.
The design of automatic closed loop control system are comparatively complex than the manual ones. Such system takes feedback from output and performs the required action accordingly. The entire construction requires a sensor for taking input, some sort of controller which performs the action and a feedback taken from the output

Your design report should include (for height and speed control):

1. Introduction
a. System background (briefly explain on how to control a drone / how to fly a drone)
b. Justification of using automatic closed loop control rather manual control.
2. Identify all the variables involved
a. Controlled variable
b. Manipulated variable
c. Disturbances
3. Identify all the elements/instruments used
a. Controller
b. Final Control Element
c. Process/System
d. Sensor
4. Draw equivalent signal block diagram for the system
5. Explain the closed loop control system
6. Sketch the expected dynamic response
7. Briefly explain the advantages of automatic control in industry
8. Conclusion

## Electrical Engineering homework help

The exam will be posted on 12/16 5:30, and it has to be finished in 2 hours.

## Electrical Engineering homework help

The final project is described in detail in this document: Final Project 201021.docx
The file contains instructions and questions. You can type the answers to the questions into the document, and include the revised document with your Matlab code, plots, etc.
You will also need these two files: er_imag.txt and er_real.txt
Here is the Matlab code snip that you can use to get started.ECE390_Final_Project_2020_snip.m
• er_imag.txt
• er_real.txt
• ECE390_Final_Project_2020_snip.m
• FinalProject2010211.docx

## Electrical Engineering homework help

The final project is described in detail in this document: Final Project 201021.docx
The file contains instructions and questions. You can type the answers to the questions into the document, and include the revised document with your Matlab code, plots, etc.
You will also need these two files: er_imag.txt and er_real.txt
Here is the Matlab code snip that you can use to get started.ECE390_Final_Project_2020_snip.m
• er_imag.txt
• er_real.txt
• ECE390_Final_Project_2020_snip.m
• FinalProject2010211.docx

## Electrical Engineering homework help

The final project is described in detail in this document: Final Project 201021.docx
The file contains instructions and questions. You can type the answers to the questions into the document, and include the revised document with your Matlab code, plots, etc.
You will also need these two files: er_imag.txt and er_real.txt
Here is the Matlab code snip that you can use to get started.ECE390_Final_Project_2020_snip.m

FinalProject2010211
er_real
er_imag

## Information Systems homework help

Chapter 11 – Review the employment challenge in the digital era (as well as the entire chapter).  Reflect on the various challenges are present in the digital era.  Will things get better or more complicated as times goes on?  Explain.  What are some methods to assimilate new generations into the workforce to think about competitive advantage?
The above submission should be one -page in length and adhere to APA formatting standards.
**Remember the APA cover page and the references (if required) do not count towards the page length**
Chapter 11 – Review the employment challenge in the digital era (as well as the entire chapter).  Reflect on the various challenges are present in the digital era.  Will things get better or more complicated as times goes on?  Explain.  What are some methods to assimilate new generations into the workforce to think about competitive advantage?
The above submission should be one -page in length and adhere to APA formatting standards.
**Remember the APA cover page and the references (if required) do not count towards the page length**

## Electromagnetism homework help

I need someone who specializes in making a physics lab. He has to do the required experiment to get the correct and accurate results.
The format of each lab report is structured similarly to professional publications (see Research Archives) and must include the following sections:

• title
• authors
• date
• goals
• predictions
• schematics
• procedural steps
• results / table
• graph
• summary
• reflections

These sections are explained here broadly in terms of fulfilling the the minimum requriments of the lab report (70% grade). Going beyond these expectations would increase the grade (80% to 100%).
In preparation for the lab, the experiment’s goal is paraphrased from the Laboratory Guideline Notes. The predictions are prepared at home given the limited laboratory time. It is pasted into the lab notebook before discussion time. The schematics (half page minimum) shows a detailed diagram of the entire setup used for the experiment. It must include all knobs and connections, so that someone else could replicate the experiment easily. Details, such as the four connection ports of the multimeter or the specific rows on the breadboard, should be included. Additionally, add variabls that you use in the measurement. An example is II for current, R1R1 for resistance. The current II could be measured at any point, so it is important for the reader to know what location you are referring to.
The procedural steps include an account of your experimental approach and also observations along the way. Use full sentences and neat writing. Units need to be included in the table, and columns clearly marked. It is important that the column names ΔVΔV, II, dd, are clearly explained in the schematic or elsewhere. Use a ruler (provided) for drawing a table and also a graph. The dependent variable is along the x-axis; it is the quantity that you can vary as an experimentalist. The axes require labels and units. Data points are added accurately (use ruler) or print the graph created on a computer using the network printer in the lab (set the printer to 1-page printing, so that paper is not wasted.)
Reserve about 20 minutes to write your summary and reflection at the end of the lab. The summary is one paragraph and answers the questions set forth in the “goals” section. Describe the underlying physics principle. Use quantitative answers and include uncertainties, find the main result and only include that. Briefly discuss the implications and comparisons with the predictions, include numbers, whenever possible. The reflection is also one paragraph. It is a personal point-of-view towards the experiment and includes improvements, enhancements that you would suggest, if redoing the experiment. The reflective paragraph provides the reader with more insight about how the experiment was run and possible problems that were encountered.
Include time stamps, whenever possible. Add observations that you make along the way.
In addition to these minimum requirements, the lab reports should be enhanced. Enhancements include transparent calculations of the uncertainty, discussion of the predictions, improvements to the design of the experiment, more precise measurements, depth to the tasks, technical abilities to make accurate measurements, additional measurements to confirm your method, relations between parameters, and ideas that you are testing.

## Electromagnetism homework help

1. Three charged particles are located at the corners of an equilateral triangle with sides 2.00C, -4.00C, 7.00C subtended by an angle of 60.0 degrees at one end. Calculate the total electric force on the 7.00C charge at the origin

## Electromagnetism homework help

The exam consists of 3 problems:

1.  An ampere’s law gives the current distribution to find the fields and examine the field
2.  Given a field distribution can you find the current distribution that created it? and can you do that with careful examination of the fields?
3.  Something like a boundary condition and a part finding the fields of surface current and a line current at a given point in space.  This would be a to see how we can use the known currents (you have the equations of the fields)and find their field at a given point….
Please contact me if you need example problems of above and you have confidence on this subject.