There are two parts in total, part a needed to be completed by 7 October morning(Sydney time) .For more detail please see the attached file which inclubcide requirement for part A
There are two parts in total, part a needed to be completed by 7 October morning(Sydney time) while part b needed to be done by 19 November(Sydney time). For more detail please see the attached file which include requirement for part A and part B.
ONbciLY PART B IS NEEDED
1-Create load flow without SSSC (static synchronous series compensator) LOAD FLOW
2-Create load flow with SSSC(static synchronous series compensator)
3-Compare the two cases (with SSSC,withobciut SSSC)
4-using MATLAB simulation
please take your time and use any resources that you need to complete this test, including lab packet, library, internet or etc., however please put your responses in your own worbcids and be complete on your answers
Hello, I want to choose this topic for my Honours Project.
Create a VST3 using JUCE version 6.1.4.
Similar to previous order:
topic: Creating a VST3 plugin.
We will discuss which VST plugin to start with. But I think I want to develop a vocoder.
The module will take place in both A and B 2022/2023 trimesters. This module is dual credit.
HONOURS PROJECT SHE Level
SCQF Credit Points ECTS Credit Points Module Code Module Leader School
Summary of Content
School of Engineering and Built Environment Audio and Electronic Engineering
A (September start)-B (January start)
A significant piece of research produced by the individual student, which forms the final year Honours project body of work. The project has a significant research dimension based on an appropriate topic from within the student’s programme of study and which reflects the student’s own interests.
The project should comprise: Development of a proposal identifying the project aims and activity, a systematic investigation/survey of literature relevant to the problem being tackled, critical analysis and evaluation of salient theory and experimental approaches, a detailed plan for the identified activity, clear description of the activity that has been carried out, analysis of data gathered during experimental activity, a reflective evaluation of the project results and the approach taken, and an oral presentation of the project work overall.
The module includes an initial series of lectures covering research methods, including: the structure of a research project, writing a research proposal, performing a literature search/writing a literature review, experimental methodology and study design, data gathering and analysis, research ethics, writing a research progress report, oral presentation of research projects – aims, activity and findings. Specific topics covered in the project activity are unusual to the particular student and their project. Topic-specific guidance and feedback are provided during project supervision sessions.
Indicative assessment (see handbook for details): Project proposal 5%
Interim/progress report and literature review 15% Final thesis 70%
Oral presentation 10%
On completion of this module, students should be able to :
Critically analyse and evaluate technical and non-technical information from a variety of high quality information sources.
Synthesise new ideas/knowledge through critical analysis and evaluation of the literature in the context of the project subject area.
Demonstrate deep knowledge of theories, techniques, technologies and tools appropriate to the chosen topic area.
Design and develop systems/technology/experiments with the aim of addressing the stated aims of the research project.
Demonstrate communication and presentation skills through presentation and discussion of the project findings.
Working independently, design, plan and carry out an in-depth research based study.
Teaching / Learning Strategy
The University ‘Strategy for Learning’ documentation has informed the learning and teaching strategy for this module. The Honours project provides a key opportunity for engaged learning via the use of project-based, co-designed, personalised learning activity. The project work draws on a variety of student skills and knowledge. Project work is based on real-world problems, and engages students in analysis, research and discussion of contemporary issues, including consideration of professional ethics. Divergent thinking is key, as the project activity is open-ended and problem- based, and the student must draw upon a wide variety of contexts and discipline areas to construct a coherent argument, frame the project aims, and generate possible solutions. There is focus on personalised learning, as the student designs, dictates and drives the nature and pace of their learning throughout the duration of the module. Flexible learning is facilitated through use of a variety of learning support approaches. Formal lectures on research methods are complimented with provision of learning materials are made available through the University VLE, a timetable of one-to-one meetings with assigned academic supervisors, workshops on study skills and ethical
issues. Detailed, individual feedback on assessments is provided in timely manner, with focus on constructive guidance on continued development and improvement of the student’s understanding of expectations and assessment processes.
Kumar R (2010) Research Methodology: A Step by Step Guide for Beginners (3 rd Ed), Sage Publishing. ISBN: 978-1849203012
Creswell J W (2002) Research Design: Qualitative, Quantitative and Mixed Method Approaches (2nd Ed), Sage Publishing. ISBN: 978-0761924425
Sharp J A, Peter J, and Howard K (2002) The Management of a Student Research Project (3rd Ed), Gower Publishing. ISBN: 978-0566084904
1.10 The Project Proposal
Your proposal is an important part of your project planning, and must be completed and submitted by the date indicated in section 1.8. The proposal will be discussed in detail in one of the lectures for this module. However in general the proposal should be approximately 2000 words, and follow the structure laid out below (remember to use appropriate section, figure etc. numbering).
Introduce the project area, describe the why is it interesting, why is work in this area important? This should essentially make a case for the project, and lay out the context for the project aims.
A clear and succinct statement of the aims of your project. What precisely do you hope to achieve or establish by the end of the project? You may also choose to state these aims in the form of hypotheses or a research question.
Background/overview of key literature
A brief summary of your initial reading. Some discussion on how this relates to your project and how it will inform how you proceed. You should include at least 10-15 references here.
An initial plan for what you are going to do and why will it help you advance your project/answer your research question.
Identify required resources, whether ethical approval will be required, any potential issues which may prevent the project from progressing.
Project activity plan
A progress chart (Gantt chart or critical path analysis) which identifies the main project tasks, and timescales for their completion.
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1.10.1 Proposal marking criteria
Marks are awarded according to the following criteria:
• A clear and well structured document, with appropriate headings and good use of spelling, and grammar. Reference section included.
• Clear and thorough description of the research area, clear introduction to the problem to be tackled and its importance.
• Clearly expressed and justified aims for the project. Aims follow logically from the introduction.
• Concise summary of key literature and how it informs the aims of the project. At least 10-15 good quality sources cited.
• Overview of potential methods to achieve the aims of the project. Methods are critically examined and their use justified.
• Identify resources required to complete the project. Identify and comment on potential ethical issues. Identify potential stumbling blocks.
• A list of the key project tasks which follows on from the aims and methods sections. A Gantt chart illustratibcing a realistic project timeline.
Please follow the instructions at the top of the sheet. Most of these questions will apply to multiple documents attached. Make sure your answer covers all the documents where the information is found.
Create a case study of a recent unethical Biomedical event/report
1. Do a google search for research misconduct cases. You are free you find one in your area of interest (ie: devices, vs biopharmaceutical).
2. Create an assignment based on the reading you found. You must assign point values for each question in the assignment. (50 pts)
3. Provided an answer key with a “detailed” rubric. This rubric should allow a grader to grade your material fairly. (50pts)
Explain your plans for the Failure Analysis Paper. Include the following questions/issues in your post. These can be answered one by one in concise paragraphs, as briefly as possible without sacrificing needed detail.
What is the case or the recurrent case of failure you will focus on? (You can write on either a historical case or a recurrent case — you don’t have to write on both). Examples:
Recurrent/Common: I-beam fatigue, bridge piling corrosion, ground pollution in municipal waste systems, software malfunction
Historical cases: the 2020 Michigan dam failure, New Orleans levee system, Tacoma Narrows Bridge
What is at least 1 type/mode of failure about this case you will discuss? Examples: fatigue, stress fracture, program bugs, etc.
Does your field use or rely on destructive or non-destructive methods for analyzing failures?
What are some industry standards (IEEE, ASTM, ISO, etc.) that pertain to your case’s failure type(s) or testing methods? (Hint: Look up standards on standards databases; or standards can be found in published reports; or, sources on a case or type of failure can lead you to look up particular standards relevant to failure type.)
Explain your ideas for at least one figure that you plan to use for the Failure Analysis Paper and why they are appropriate to that section of the paper (you can choose to include these actual figures, but this is optional).
In a separate References section in IEEE format, list at least three sources you intend to use for your Failure Analysis Paper (these can be peer-reviewed, trade, or internet sources).
This assignment is a memo letter but that option is not available. It is very close to an essay so I chose that. The assignment is to write a memo about a new advancement or discovery in your field. I chose Internet of Things and have one of the two sources provided. I also provided a folder of useful information on the formatting of the assignment.
Subject Line/ Header (To, From, Date, Subject)
1st paragraph – Summary
Provide a clear, concise overview of the report.
2nd paragraph – Background
Provide relevant background information on your chosen topic, citing at least one source.
3rd and 4th paragraphs – Facts/Findings
Summarize the key findings of your news article. Be careful to include the article title and author along with in-text citations for any quoted or paraphrased content.
Include an explanation of why the news item is relevant to your field of study.
5th paragraph – Outcome/Conclusion
Conclude your report.
References (Cibcite both articles in APA style)
I have attached two documents, but what I need is a critique on the current company’s HR, which is none, and then make improvements. I attached the company West Broylston Brewerbciy, and then instructions as well.