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D1 Electric Power and Machinery
D2 Electronics
D3 Communications and Control
D4 Computers
E Geological and Mining Engineering
F Industrial or Management Engineering
G Mechanical Engineering
J Nuclear Engineering
K Safety Engineering
L Sanitary Engineering
III MODERN ENGINEERING TRENDS
II KINETICS
III DYNAMICS
IV VECTORS
V TORQUE
VI NEWTON’S THREE LAWS OF MOTION
A The Second Law
C The Third Law
VII ENERGY
V REDUCING FRICTION
II WORK AND MECHANICAL ADVANTAGE
III MODIFIED INCLINED PLANES
IV HISTORY
II COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN
III COMPUTER-AIDED MANUFACTURING
II HISTORY
III HOW ROBOTS WORK
IV USES FOR ROBOTS
V IMPACT OF ROBOTS
VI FUTURE TECHNOLOGIES
II POWER SYSTEM
A Engine
B Engine Types
C Fuel Supply
D Exhaust System
E Cooling and Heating System
III DRIVETRAIN
A Transmission
B Front- and Rear-Wheel Drive
IV SUPPORT SYSTEMS
A Suspension System
B Wheels and Tires
V CONTROL SYSTEMS
A Steering
B Brakes
VI ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
A Ignition System
VII SAFETY FEATURES
VIII HISTORY
B Early Electric Cars
IX AUTOMOBILES IN THE 20TH CENTURY
X NEW TECHNOLOGIES
II SIMPLE GEARS
III HELICAL GEARS
II MECHANISMS
III ELECTRIC TIMEPIECES
IV CHRONOMETERS
V ATOMIC CLOCKS
VI HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT
A The Mechanical Clock
B The Pendulum
C Watches
D Decorative Clocks
VII PRODUCTION IN THE UNITED STATES
VIII RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
II HOW AN AIRPLANE FLIES
III SUPERSONIC FLIGHT
IV AIRPLANE STRUCTURE
B Wings
C Tail Assembly
D Landing Gear
E Control Components
F Instruments
V PROPULSION
VI TYPES OF AIRPLANES
A Land Planes
D Amphibians
E Vertical Takeoff and Landing Airplanes
F Short Takeoff and Landing Airplanes
G Space Shuttle
VII CLASSES OF AIRPLANES
A Commercial Airplanes
B Military Airplanes
C General-Aviation Aircraft
A The First Airplanes
B The First Airplane Flight
C Early Military and Public Interest
D Planes of World War I
E Development of Commercial Aviation
F Aircraft Developments of World War II
II USES OF COMPUTERS
III HOW COMPUTERS WORK
A The Operating System
C The Bus
D Input Devices
E The Central Processing Unit
F Output Devices
IV PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES
A Machine Language
B Assembly Language
C High-Level Languages
V FLOW-MATIC
VI FORTRAN
VII BASIC
VIII OTHER HIGH-LEVEL LANGUAGES
A Object-Oriented Programming Languages
IX TYPES OF COMPUTERS A Digital and Analog
B Range of Computer Ability
X NETWORKS
XI HISTORY A Beginnings
C Precursor to Modern Computer
XII DEVELOPMENTS IN THE 20TH CENTURY A Early Electronic Calculators
B EDVAC, ENIAC, and UNIVAC
XIII THE TRANSISTOR AND INTEGRATED CIRCUITS TRANSFORM COMPUTING
XIV THE FUTURE OF COMPUTERS
II PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
A Excited Atoms
B Stimulated Emission
III TYPES OF LASERS
A Solid-State Lasers
B Gas Lasers
C Liquid Lasers
D Semiconductor Lasers
E Free Electron Lasers
IV LASER APPLICATIONS
A Industry
B Scientific Research
C Communications
D Medicine
V LASER SAFETY
II RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
III MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS
II COMPRESSION SYSTEMS
III REFRIGERANTS
IV ABSORPTION SYSTEM
V REFRIGERANTS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
II HEATING
A Fireplaces
B Stoves
C Central Heating
C1 Warm-Air Systems
C2 Hot-Water Systems
C3 Steam Systems
C4 Electric Heating
C5 Heat pump
C6 Solar heating
D Portable Heating Units
III VENTILATION
IV AIR CONDITIONING
II GENERAL PRINCIPLES
III PHOTOGRAPHIC FILMS
A A Brief History of Film
B How Film Works
B1 Dyes and Emulsions
B2 Positive/Negative Development
C Film Characteristics
C1 Sensitivity and Color Balance
C2 Exposure Latitude
C3 Speed and Grain
D Color Films in Use Today
D1 Print Films
D2 Slide Films
D3 Polaroid
IV CAMERAS
A A Brief History of Cameras
B Modern Camera Types
B1 Box Cameras
B3 Rangefinder Cameras
B4 Point-and-Shoot Cameras
B5 Single-Lens-Reflex Cameras
C Modern Camera Features
C1 Viewfinders
C2 Shutters
C4 Autofocusing
C5 Film Loading and Transport
V LENSES
A A Brief History of Lenses
B Focal Lengths
C Macro Lenses
D Aperture
E Focusing
F Depth of Field
G Lens Hoods and Coatings
VI EXPOSURE
A Light Metering
B Development and Exposure
C Long and Short Exposure Times
D Flash Photography
E Filters
VII DARKROOM PROCESSING
A Developing the Film
B Printing the Photos
A APS
B Digital Photography
II ELECTRIC CHARGE
III STATIC ELECTRICITY
A Charging by Contact
B Coulomb’s Law
C Charging by Induction
IV ELECTRIC CURRENT
A Conductors and Insulators
B Measuring Electric Current
D Resistance
E Ohm’s Law
F Heat and Power
V HOW ELECTRIC CURRENT IS CONDUCTED
A Conduction in Solids
B Conduction in Gases
C Conduction in Liquid Solutions
VI SOURCES OF ELECTRIC CURRENT
A Generators
B Electrolytic Cells
C Other Sources
VII ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
A Series Circuits
B Parallel Circuits
C Series-Parallel Circuits
D Series and Parallel Sources
VIII ELECTRIC FIELDS
B Field Direction
C Field Strength
IX ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM
A Magnetic Effects of Electricity
B Motor Effect
C Solenoids
D Electric Effects of Magnetism
X ALTERNATING CURRENT
B Impedance
C Advantages of Alternating Current
XI HISTORY
A Early Theories
B 19th and 20th Centuries
II WORK
A How Machines Work
B Mechanical Advantage and Friction
C Efficiency
III TYPES OF SIMPLE MACHINES
A Inclined Plane
C Pulley
D Wheel and Axle
IV COMPLEX MACHINES
V HISTORY
III TYPES OF LEVERS
A Class 1 Levers
B Class 2 Levers
C Class 3 Levers
III PULLEY SYSTEMS
B Chain Hoist
III WHEEL AND AXLE APPLICATIONS
II AIRCRAFT PROPELLERS
III SHIP PROPELLERS
III CONVENTIONAL MACHINE TOOLS
A Lathe
B Shaper
C Planer
D Milling Machine
E Drilling and Boring Machines
F Electron Beam
III PIG-IRON PRODUCTION
IV OTHER METHODS OF IRON REFINING
V OPEN-HEARTH PROCESS
VI BASIC OXYGEN PROCESS
VII ELECTRIC-FURNACE STEEL
VIII FINISHING PROCESSES
IX PIPE
X TIN PLATE
XI WROUGHT IRON
XII CLASSIFICATIONS OF STEEL
A Carbon Steels
B Alloy Steels
C High-Strength Low-Alloy Steels
D Stainless Steels
E Tool Steels
XIII STRUCTURE OF STEEL
XIV HEAT TREATMENT OF STEEL
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