Engineering Ethics

Engineers do not work in a vacuum but are guided by the policies of their professional organizations, specific job requirements, industry requirements, and regulations at various levels of government.  When an incident occurs, sometimes the different levels of responsibilities conflict with each other.  One might argue that a specific incident was due to a failure of government regulations, industry regulations, or the individual engineer.

In this week’s assignment, you choose from a list of engineering incidents that look at the questions of responsibility, blame, and guilt.  Make sure you thoroughly research the details of the incident that you choose.  You should answer the following questions:

·  What led to the incident?

·  What were the prior relevant obligations for each level of responsibility (individuals, firms, and government/regulatory agencies)?

·  Were there any obligations that were not properly fulfilled?

·  Who should bear the blame?

·  Was the incident handled appropriately?

You may choose from one of the following:

·  US Airways Flight 1549 (the “Miracle on the Hudson”)

·  Flint Water Crisis

·  Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster

·  Northeast Blackout of 2003

Write a one-to-two-page paper (not including title page or references, submit as a Word document).  Use Times New Roman or Calibri, font size 12, one-inch margins, double-spaced.  Don’t forget to cite inside the paper.  Be sure to include references at the end. 

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Graph Transformations

In this discussion, we’re going to look at some of the graph  transformations you’ve learned about this week. Before we begin, choose ONE of the following basic functions. You will use this function throughout the rest of the discussion. SEE ATTACHMENTS


Many students complain that math is difficult, and yet, for many of  the operations we encounter in math, the order in which they occur does  not matter—addition, multiplication, etc. Here we noticed that the order  in which we perform graph transformations does matter.  Can you think of any complicated process in life where the order in  which things occur is important? What would happen if you switched the  order?

In your original post, answer the following:

For  any given vertical (or horizontal) stretch or shrink, is there a  corresponding horizontal (or vertical) stretch or shrink which gives  rise to the identical graph transformations? Explain your reasoning.

Describe a process (step-by-step) in your daily life in which the order of events is important. What would happen if you switched the order?

Describe a process (step-by-step) in your field of study in which the order of events is important. What would happen if you switched the order?

what is Difference between KVA

kVA: apparent powerkVA is a measure of apparent power: it tells you the total amount of power in use in a system. In a 100% efficient system kW = kVA. However electrical systems are never 100% efficient and therefore not all of the systems apparent power is being used for useful work output.
kW: actual powerkW is the amount of power that is converted into a useful output. kW is therefore known as actual power or working power.
Power Factor: a measure of electrical efficiencyYou can convert between kVA and kW if you know the efficiency of the electrical system. Electrical efficiency is expressed as a power factor between 0 and 1: the closer the power factor is to 1, the more efficiently the kVA is being converted into useful kW. Generators have a power factor of 0.8.
The formula for converting kVA into kW is:
Apparent power (kVA) x power factor (pf) = actual power (kW)
e.g. 100 kVA x 0.8 = 80 kW
The formula for converting kW into kVA is:
Actual power (kW) / power factor (pf) = apparent power (kVA)
e.g. 100 kW / 0.8 = 125 kVA

what is voltage?

Voltage (also known as electric potential difference, electromotive force emf, electric pressure, or electric tension) is defined as the electric potential difference per unit charge between two points in an electric field. Voltage is expressed mathematically (e.g. in formulas) using the symbol “V” or “E”.In a static electric field, the work required to move per unit of charge between two points is known as voltage. Mathematically, the voltage can be expressed as,

Where, work done is in joules and charge is in coulombs.

Research I have provided sources

I have a research paper that is focused in the engineering topic of wireless communication.
The tutor has to be experienced in professional writing IEEE style and follow all of the guidelines provided in the outline. This paper have follow typical research papers that have sections and subsections so no Key Points. The outline is provided for you to cover all of the bullet points provided. Do not follow the same structure. You have to use the resources that I have provided and the minimum amount of resources that should be used is 8.
1.5 spaced
4 pages

Write a lab report regarding drilling and sampling

Watch this video:
Task: Write and organize a report that effectively introduces the topic and explains with great clarity the intricacies and nuances. 3 or more references are required (the attached video counts as one, but do not simply rely on the video).

No plagiarism,use original work please
Let me know if you have any questions
should be around 4 to 5 pages

What is Finance

imary Response is due by Thursday (11:59:59pm Central), Peer Responses are due by Saturday (11:59:59pm Central).

Primary Response: Within the Discussion Board area, write 200–250 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. This will be the foundation for future discussions by your classmates. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas.

For this Discussion Board, please complete the following:

This week you will learn about Social Media and the liabilities and risks from a legal perspective. Social media is defined as electronic communication (including the Internet or network systems) where participants communicate and share ideas, information, personal messages and other content (i.e., music or videos).

A common example is an employer restricting the use of social media both with the content shared by employees and access to social media through work computers.

Jamal works from home almost every day and decides to log into his social media platform on his work computer. He comments and likes some posts and pictures while logged in. The HR handbook states that employees are not allowed to use company computers for social media use. Are there any liabilities to Jamal or the employer from his actions? Why or why not?

Week 8: Version Control for your final project

Here is an opportunity to get started on your final project. This submission doesn’t necessarily have to be what you put in your final project for version control, but an excellent place to start thinking about it.
For the final project, discuss how you will manage version control for your developing product. Include the following.
What version method will you use?
What will be your version naming system?
How will you differentiate between a significant upgrade, a bug fix version, or introducing a minor feature change?

Introduction to Earth and Environmental Engineering

For all of my classes, I will show you a PDF of PPT. It doesnʼt contain any narration. Just
read through carefully. Report
For each class, you have to submit report. The theme of the report is shown on the last page
of PPT. Please write your report within a page (A4), and submit it via Moodle or attached
to e-mail.