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Scientific Molding Process and smart design for injection tools This course is perfect for people who want to learn more about the plastic injection process and injection molds and expand their knowledge in an industry in high demand. "Remember that everything in nature when it stagnates begins a decline" Index: Chapter 0: Introduction...

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Electric Motor Control Circuits Design This course Electric Motor Control explain the fundamental concepts of designing and maintaining electrical control for the three phase induction motors. Design simple and complex control circuits. all circuits discussed in this course are practical. circuit breakers , fuse , relays , switches , contactor and timers....

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Learn the parts and wiring techniques used in a motor control installation, become a Controls Electrician. This course is an introduction to electrical controls with an emphasis on motor controls in the real world. In this course, we focus on industrial and commercial installations, we will start with the absolute basics of electrical circuits....

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In this course students learn the basic concepts of acoustics and electronics and how they can applied to understand musical sound and make music with electronic instruments. Topics include: sound waves, musical sound, basic electronics, and applications of these basic principles in amplifiers and speaker design. Week 1 - Introduction RC & Introduction to Electrical Circuits MB...

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Learn fundamental principles of architecture — as an academic subject or a professional career — by studying some of history’s most important buildings. Architecture engages a culture’s deepest social values and expresses them in material, aesthetic form. This course will teach you how to understand architecture as both cultural expression and technical achievement....

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This course introduces the basic elements and trendsthat define sustainability practices in Architecture today. Itfollows an interdisciplinary approach that includes performance assessment and urban policies. This course offers an interdisciplinary approach to sustainabilityin Architecture. Learners will be introducedto the basic elements of sustainability assessments (first model layer), as well as trends informing the space today....

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Discover how spatial design professionals make a difference in society Are you interested in studying architecture or urban planning? This course will help you understand what spatial design professionals really do, so you can decide if this is the right profession for you. Then we’ll discuss five short examples based on real projects....

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Learn how to get to a net zero energy use of an existing building. Reduction of energy consumption of buildings is an important step in the move towards a sustainable economy. How can buildings be made net zero energy, in different climates? This course introduces you to zero energy design. Apply a stepped approach to find energy reducing measures...

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Learn how the principles of the Circular Economy can be applied to the built environment ranging from products and buildings to metropolitan and regional development strategies. Building construction is one of the most waste producing sectors. In the European Union, construction alone accounts for approximately 30% of the raw material input....

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Explore key elements of modern Japanese architecture and related history with a focus on its Westernization covering the period from 1868 to 1945. First, we'll begin from the year 1868 with Japan's emergence as a new nation. Before long, changing building methods and materials foretold a different age. How Japanese architecture came to differ from that of the West...

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