Does this device have historical significance? If so, what is it?

What do you envision as the future of this device?

Can you imagine any other applications of the device?

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What device did you choose?
Motors/Generators
Generator

How does it work?
A generator is a device converts mechanical energy in to electric energy. It works on the principle of electromagnetic induction. When a coil of insulated wire is rotated in a magnetic field, an electromotive force is induced in it and because of this a current called induced current will flow through the electrical appliance connected with the terminals of the coil. The terminals of rotating coils are connected to external appliance through connecting brushes using slipping contacts.
How does it apply or use magnetism?
It uses permanent magnets creating magnetic field, due to this field because of electromagnetic interaction induced current will flow through the rotating coil. According to Lenz law the direction of induced current is such that it opposes the cause by which it produced. Here the ...

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Boston Electric Generators has been getting many complaints from its major customer, Home Station, about the quality of its shipments of home generators. Daniel Shimshak, the plant manager, is alarmed that a customer is providing him with only information the company has on shipment quality. He decides to collect information on

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Question: What is the project's cost of equity? What is the appropriate discount factor to use for evaluating the refrigerator project?
The following assumptions are used to determine the cost of capital. Historically, the company tried to maintain a debt to equity ratio

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After the hurricanes in Florida in the summer of 2004, FEMA sent disaster relief trucks to the state carrying bottled water and generators. Each truck could carry no more than 6000 pounds of cargo. Each case of bottled water weighed 25 pounds and each generator weighed 150 pounds. Due to the number of tru

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1) Compute the Cayley tables for the additive group Z and for the multiplicative group
Z of non-zero elements in Z.
2) Let G be a group written additively. Recall that the order of an element a is the
minimal natural number n such that na = 0. If such n does not exits then one says that
the order

1. Solve using the addition principle.
m - 3 = 5
A) 2
B) -2
C) 8
D) -8
2. Solve using the addition principle.
s + 5 = 8
A) -3
B) 13
C) 3
D) -13
3. Solve using the addition principle.
x - = 0
A) - 9
B) 9
C)
D) -
4. Solve using the addition principle.
8 = z + 3
A) -11
B) 11
C) 5
D) -5

Vilfredo Pareto (1848-1923) observed that 20% of the sources cause 80% of the effects. For example, 20% of the people in an organization do 80% of the work!
Describe a specific example of the Pareto Principle at work that you have experienced.
What are the implications of the Pareto Principle for management?

A portable generator is needed at a remote construction site. Two alternatives are being considered. Their annual fixed costs and operating and maintenance costs per hour are shown in the table below. The contractor runs three 8-hour shifts per day for 250 working days per year
Generator 1
Fixed cost per year $4000
O&M