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Asked on 09 Jun Tuition/BTech Tuition/BTech 1st Year Engineering

What is Laplace Transform?

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I want to teach SQL DBMS Algorithm to CS and IT students for free on Saturday and Sunday. I am a specialist and trying something new. So, in need to sharpen some of my basic skills. Is anyone there. Classes at my home and student must be too curious to do something new. read less

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Lesson Posted on 29 May Tuition/BTech Tuition/Computer science

DBMS

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2Phase Lock in Distributed Database: In this protocol, it is required that all the data items must be reached in a mutually independent manner, i.e. when one transaction is performing, then no other transaction should interrupt the process. It requires both locks and unlocks being done in two phases: Growing... read more


2Phase Lock in Distributed Database:

In this protocol, it is required that all the data items must be reached in a mutually independent manner, i.e. when one transaction is performing, then no other transaction should interrupt the process.

It requires both locks and unlocks being done in two phases:

  • Growing Phase: Obtain locks that means when we are writing something on A and B, then we will take locks on A and B like below: W(A) and W(B)
  • Shrinking Phase: Release locks, Unlock the objects in a row like unlock (A) and unlock (B)

But 2 PL won’t be able to solve other problems such as cascading rollback.

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Answered on 23 Apr IT Courses/Programming Languages/Python Tuition/BTech Tuition/Data Structures & Algorithms

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Hi, I'm a professional trainer and design consultant, and I do training on Python, AWS, C/C++. I do generally customize the training content and pace based on the student's absorbption level. I have trained several students on these topics and it is really exciting every time. Please do get in touch... read more

Hi, I'm a professional trainer and design consultant, and I do training on Python, AWS, C/C++. I do generally customize the training content and pace based on the student's absorbption level. I have trained several students on these topics and it is really exciting every time.

Please do get in touch with me or alternatively share your number so that we can discuss and move forward.

 

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Lesson Posted on 24 Apr Tuition/BTech Tuition/Electrical and Electronics Measurements Exam Coaching/Engineering Entrance Coaching/GATE Coaching/Electrical Tuition/BTech Tuition/Basic Electrical Technology

Losses in a Transformer

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The transformer is a Static device, i.e., It has no moving parts so by common sense it must have the highest efficiency among all the other electrical machines and also higher than that of rotating machines.The different losses in a transformer are as follows:1.Core lossThese are hysteresis and eddy-current... read more

The transformer is a Static device, i.e., It has no moving parts so by common sense it must have the highest efficiency among all the other electrical machines and also higher than that of rotating machines.

The different losses in a transformer are as follows:

1.Core loss

These are hysteresis and eddy-current losses resulting from alternations of magnetic flux in the core. It may be emphasised here that the core-loss is constant for a transformer operated at constant voltage and frequency as are all power frequency equipment.

2.Copper loss (I^2R losses)

This loss occurs in winding resistances when the transformer carries the load current; varies as the square of the loading expressed as a ratio of the full-load.

3.Load loss (Stray Losses)

It largely results from leakage fields inducing eddy-currents in the tank wall, and conductors.
Dielectric loss, this loss occurs is in the insulating materials, particularly in oil and solid insulations.
However there are only Two major losses by far - Pi, the constant core (iron-loss) and Pc, the variable copper-loss.
Therefore, only these two losses will be considered in further discussions.

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Answered on 04 Feb Tuition/BTech Tuition/(Dc- Ac) Direct Current-Alternatiing Current System Interaction IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

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It is a general purpose high level language used to make software for operating systems (kernel programms), game development, Embedded devices etc. It avoids the complexity of writing machine code and provides a easy understanding to the developer. Also, this is considered as base for developing many... read more

It is a general purpose high level language used to make software for operating systems (kernel programms), game development, Embedded devices etc. It avoids the complexity of writing machine code and provides a easy understanding to the developer. Also, this is considered as base for developing many other high level programming language.

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Answered on 23/08/2017 Tuition/BTech Tuition/BTech Computer Science Engineering

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hii saivamsi....start solving aptitude problems and learn c languages ,java,data structure and DBMS.you will surely get placed .thanks
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