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  • Kinamatic Walking Machine (Six Legs)
    by Engr Waseem Raja on March 31, 2012 at 10:58 AM
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    Prepaired By: Muhammad Bilal Abbasi ... psbte ... B.Tech "B.Tech Engineer" PSBTE "B.Tech in Pakistan" "BSc Technology ...

  • Engineering Project
    by Engr Waseem Raja on February 23, 2012 at 3:10 AM
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    Syed Danish Raza

    B tech honors Batch final

    Indus Institute of Higher Education

    E-Mail: [email protected]

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    Project By:

    Syed Danish Raza

    B tech honors Batch final

    Indus Institute of Higher Education

    E-Mail: [email protected]


  • Simple DC Motor
    by Engr Waseem Raja on February 14, 2012 at 7:50 AM
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    Simple DC Motor (Electrical Project) Wasim Khan Preston University B-Tech honors Preston University Peshawar. Requirement: Battery 6 volts, 5 ampere hours (Ah) 2 magnets thin insulated wire 2 Metal Conductor (same size) Procedure. First of all bend the metal wire ( As seen in Video) and put it in a wood or plastic block. Take one or Two magnates and fix on wooden or plastic block. take the insulated wire and round up on a cylindrical pipe. Then remove the insulation from the insulated wire ends.(both ends) The coil isn't wound tightly enough. The coil should be very tight and neat. take the coil ( in other words, Armature) and hang on with the help of conductor above the magnets( point to be noted: Magnets produce magnetic field.) . As seen in videos. connect the Conductors With battery. The Motor armature will be run with high speed. [Note: Mr Wasim Khan says, If you have a question that why the motor armature is rotate and what is magmatic field and how magnet produce the magmatic field and what is the effect of magmatic field on current carrying conductor on armature.....Etc,,, Then leave a comment, I will satisfy you. InsahAllah.]

  • Magnet Levitation (Maglev Technology)
    by Engr Waseem Raja on February 14, 2012 at 7:47 AM
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    Levitation by means of opposing magnets.

    Project Experiment.

    Explanation to replicate:

    Material requirement:

    1 Needed: 6 speakers alike,

    2 a cylindrical piece of wood,

    3 wood based or plastic,

    4 mirror or glass.

    5 glue,


    1 The magnets are removed from the speakers,

    2 two of them are left intact and for include it later in the compartment housing wooden tube.

    3 The other two speakers are broken in half to obtain two semi circles and go to paste on the base.

    4 At the wooden cylinder at one end tapering to form the tip of the nose and you go to paste a ball of steel.

    5 The mirror or glass molded in the shape that you want, it go to paste at the end of the base and remain at 90° on the base.

    6 The magnets must be placed on the base in the opposite direction, "to repel each other."

    7 At this point you just have to start the replication.....

    Note: This is my project and i took 94/100 marks in B-Tech Pass Electrical Preston University.

    By: Wasim Khan (Preston University)

  • Temperature Sensor
    by Engr Waseem Raja on February 4, 2012 at 8:14 AM
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    Engineerin Technology Project of PSBTE Member:

    Temperature Sensor Using LM-3 and a Micro Controller

    Come to Join us as a online Member at: http://www.psbte.webs.com

    B.Tech Final Year Project By:




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