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Saturday, 03 March 2018 19:06

Training Course

 

   

 

The Department of Electrical Engineering held a specialized training course for all sections of the University on e-learning entitled ((Interactive System Using Electronic Classrooms)) from Tuesday, 23/1/1 to 25/1/2018. The course aims at increasing the efficiency of the use of interactive e-learning based on the Google education platform by providing the e-learning trainees at the University of Technology with the knowledge and skills necessary to use all the platform applications that help increase interaction between students, teachers and students. The course included activities and lectures on how to create a university-wide e-mail for the students of the first stage, facilitating the task of sending assignments, providing lectures electronically and in various multimedia, conducting the exams electronically and knowing the attendance of students and other features that facilitate the educational process and help the student to understand the educational material more easily On technology.

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Saturday, 03 March 2018 19:06

M.Sc. Debate

  

The M.Sc. student (Ashraf Youssef Mohamed) was debated for a Master's degree in his thesis entitled (Modeling and Simulation of 1 MW Connected to the Network) on Thursday, 1/2/2018. The discussion committee consisted of: Assist. Prof. Dr. Dari Yousif Mahmoud, Chairman, Assist. Prof. Dr. Firas Mohamed Tuma, Member, Dr. Kanaan Ali Jalal, Assist. Prof. Dr. Afaneen Anwar Abboud and Dr. Mohammed Ahmed Saleh / supervisors and member.

 

 The researcher concluded in his letter to propose the model of 1 MW connected to the network in the city of Karbala. The work consisted of two parts: a part concerned with studying the calculation of solar radiation and design of the system in addition to some calculations such as estimation of the losses generated, the calculation of productivity and performance, Economic development of that system on the assumption that it is connected to an ideal network while the other part is specialized in studying the establishment of the system within a mini-network with the comparison of productivity and performance with them if they are connected to the electricity network Karbala.

 At the end of the discussion, the thesis was accepted with minor modifications and the student received a very good grade.

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