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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Past Papers - 3rd Semester

Now guys, here is a special gift for you people which you will find helpful during the midterm session. Click on the subject to download the respective past examination papers.


(Courtesy of Athar Asaad - Section B)

Thermo Numericals

Steady-Flow Equation

In a gas turbine power plant, gases flow through turbine at 17kg/s and power developed by the turbine is 1400,0000W. Specific enthalpies at inlet and outlet is 1200kJ/kg and 360kJ/kg respectively. Velocity at inlet and outlet is 60m/s and 150m/s respectively. Find heat flow rate (Q dot) and area of inlet pipe (A1). Specific volume of gases at inlet is 0.5m3/kg. Take z1=z2=0.
(Q dot = -119.35kW, A1=0.141m3)

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Network Analysis Solutions!

Hello people!!

Here we go with Network Analysis solutions for Chapterz 4 , 5 and 6 ....

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Enjoy and respond if you like..

(Courtesy of Sohaib Shah - Section E)

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Requested Assignment of Analog - One of Dr Tahir's...

Click here to get your desired assignment bro (whosoever you are!)....

The Funny Side of 'D'

Recently, a group of chaps (aka. "Reporter Group") have made a "very funny newz" site! Ha, Ha, Ha... It is a must see! Click here to laugh it out!

(A public service message respecting Azeem's request)


Monday, October 26, 2009

Paper Patterns - Analog and EMC

Course is included upto "Heat Engine". Paper will contain numericals and theory. Numericals include those which Sir Jawad has taught in the class or of similar nature (i.e. their values might be different). Bring steam tables along with you, as they will not be provided to you during the exam.

Electric Machines (only for Sir Arsalan's portion)
The paper will not entirely be of numerical type, rather it may include some theory questions (short questions), labelled diagrams (three dimensional, with proper current and emf directions), derivations and certainly some numerical based questions (sample questions will be available at Star Photocopy). Syllabus includes everything Sir Arsalan has discussed in his lectures, but armature reaction and equations of torque (topic 8.5), taught in the last lecture to some sections, are not included. It will be upto power losses topic.

Analog Electronics
It will include 70% numerical portion and 30% theory ( from lecture notes...if you've made any! ;) ). You can also consult Bogart's book as a reference. Syllabus doesn't include common collector amplifier and FET amplifier (which was discussed in the last lecture of some sections). So, you've to prepare only upto common base amplifier.

Linear Algebra
The course is included upto Exercise 2.2. Sir Haroon Babri refused to tell the actual paper pattern, but it may have a flavor similar to Quiz 1.

(A message on behalf of section A's, B's, C's and D's CR)

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Important Anouncement about Midz!

1st Mid is on 29th..All the schedule is the same except for Machine's. It's gonna be at the end of all.

Have a look at the datesheet now:







(All the Best ppl !)

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Unversity iz Opening at last...

At last, the university is opening on 26th of this October...

Also, on behalf of the CRz of sections A n B, there'll b no MID on this Monday...So folks, stay calm and start prep if u haven't started it yet!

(New datesheet 'll be shared with you later on as it get confirmed..)

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

News Update!

According to the CR of section B , the university will remain closed till sunday(25/10/09)...

Also, hostels are almost deserted now...majority have left for their homes... And two Hostels i.e. Usman and Umar hall have been sealed!

It's again requested that everyone should pray a lot for Pakistan..May everything get all right soon, Aamin!

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

University to remain closed...

It is to inform all the fellows that the university will remain closed "ta hukm-e-saani", due to security reasons.
(CRs of Section D and B)

Let's pray to Allah Almighty for the protection of all the citizens of Pakistan and lets repent on our sins and ask for forgiveness to Almighty Allah!

Thermo Lab Quiz - Section B

Kashif brother of section B has uploaded the Thermo Lab Quiz (taken by Mr. Farhan on Monday) on his website. Click here to check it out and get an idea of you upcoming quiz!

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Mid Date Sheet - "Leaked-out"!

The following datesheet is a "leaked out" stuff, do not bother if it bothers you.....
I mean this is not for sure by now (i.e 19/10/09 (12:26:03 PM)), but it is quite near to department's present psyche....



Timing : 9:00 am

Standard Resistor Values

Click here to have a look on the standard values of resistors (with 5% tolerance), which'll be useful in ANE Lab.

Sada Munda Kho lya gya!! .... :(

We are a bit Sad...Though , this post seems to be open for everyone....But it's really somethin' particular to someone....

These dayz , it's usually sounded in the 'quiet' atmosphere of section D

"Sada munda kho lya ne !!"......Confused???So a stranger would be. However , we believe that the intended person will get it at once..'WO' smajh jae ga!

(Commentary on it is stricktly restricted to the ppl who have an idea ov the matter..)

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Analog Electronics Lab Assignment

Mr. Noman's Analog assignment can be downloaded by clicking here! Solution will be uploaded later, but don't wait for it!

Linear Assignment 1 - Solutions

You can download solutions to Linear Algebra Homework Assignment 1 from Sir Mohsin Javed's forum by clicking here!

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Lets us "C" 09'!

The following link, along with a book (a "visual" one), will develop your friendship with the notorious (for nothing) language... i.e. C... Rest assured C is very friendly, I mean what I say and I say what I mean, man!

Link to a Tutorial

Visual Book
(Password : mechodownload)

Monday, October 12, 2009

Analog Electronics - MCQ Bank

Here are some links, people! Check em' out!

Link 1
Link 2
Link 3
Link 4
Link 5
Link 6
Link 7

They might prove helpful...! (Do tell us, if so...)

Friday, October 9, 2009

Circuit Analysis Solutions - Xclusively for 09'

Click the links below to download the respective chapters' solutions of 8th Edition (of Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis by Irwin):

Chapter 1

Chapter 2
Chapter 3

'D' beats 'B' "cricketly"...!

After a tiresome battle between the "players" of B and D section (of 08', obviously!) fought in the main stadium, the D'z scored 96/7 in 10 overs, while B'z only managed to generate 69.79% of D'z score and they completely vanished from the pitch (67/10 you "dumbs"...). Haider, alone, of D scored even more than the whole lot of 'B'. A great batting, really, indeed, of course!

'D' rocks......! (B also rocks but only about 69% of what 'D' rocks)

Linear Homework #1 - Hints & Answers

1. No. of coins of Rs. 1 = 4
No. of notes of Rs. 10 = 12
No. of notes of Rs. 50 = 4
No. of notes of Rs. 100 = 7

(Take the variable representing the no. of coins to be equal to n, where n can range from 1 to 4. You'll see that it will be 4, because for the other cases, it results in a fractional number of notes, which is absurd....aint it??)

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Network Analysis : 3rd chapter solutionz!

To get the FULL solution of the exercise of the 3rd chapter of Network Analysis......
click here

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Changed Datesheet Of The 1st Quiz

Attention 08'.....!
Here we go with our 1st Quiz.....Starting from 12th of this October.
Have a look:

13/10/09--------Analog(or "Analogue")

Timingz:  12:30 PM (20 minutes each!)

Besta' Luck to All!!

Types of Turbine - Thermodynamics Assignment

On the basis of collecting energy, potential and kinetic, from the working fluid, turbines are classified into the following two types:

(a) Impulse Turbines (Velocity Based)

These turbines change the direction of flow of a high velocity fluid or gas jet. The resulting impulse spins the turbine and leaves the fluid flow with diminished kinetic energy. There is no pressure change of the fluid or gas in the turbine rotor blades (the moving blades), as in the case of a steam or gas turbine, all the pressure drop takes place in the stationary blades (the nozzles).