University of Khartoum

May 2006 Volume 52 Number .46

May 2006 Volume 52 Number .46

 

Recent Submissions

  • أحمد التهامي, عمر (Sudan Engineering Society.University of Khartoum., 2006-05)
  • Abu Darag, Sakhr; Gronstedt, Tomas (Sudan Engineering Society.University of Khartoum., 2006-05)
    The aim of this work is to pick out the be st cycle design point, wh ich gives the desired power. The selection has been done by employi ng numerical optimization algorithms, that produce a single cycle and fulfils ...
  • Ibrahim Shukri, Mohamed; Mohamed Elbasheer, Adil (Sudan Engineering Society.University of Khartoum., 2006-05)
    This paper concerns with the development of an expert system for designing of rigging systems in small and medium size castings of di fferent shapes and sizes. The system selects a suitable rigging system for a cast ...
  • A. Attia, Tahani; Ali H. Abbas, Mohammed (Sudan Engineering Society.University of Khartoum., 2006-05)
    Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) were often us ed as a powerful tool in many applications in communication systems. Many ANN architectur es were tested as multiuser detectors by several authors. Most of them use AWGN ...
  • Norman Mariun, Mohibullah ,; Liakot Ali, Mohd.; Ahmad, Shahzad (Sudan Engineering Society.University of Khartoum., 2006-05)
    Harmonic injection is the common problem when d.c . is inverted and fed to a.c. grid using inverters. Harmonic voltages and currents are generated on both d.c. and a.c. sides of the converters in DC/AC transmission ...
  • M. Massad, El Shami; J. Bango, James (Sudan Engineering Society.University of Khartoum., 2006-05)
    The various methods of generating a Di gital Terrain Model (DTM) from its discrete form to a continuous one suffer from the influence of terrain complexity and the density of the data points that can introduce ...
  • . Abdalla, Kamal N; A. M. Adam, Zuhair (2006-05)
    Combustion gas turbines are constant-volum e engines for which shaft horsepower is proportional to the combustion air mass flow. Their output and effi ciency are known to decrease as the ambient temperature increas es. ...
  • S. Abdulhussain, Uzaldin; Hassan, Taj Elssir; Mohy Eldin Gasim, Maisara (Sudan Engineering Society.University of Khartoum., 2006-05)
    Friction is the worst enemy of machinery. Co mbustion engine fricti on and wear on moving parts, flaking of bearings and cylinder scuff cau se a reduced life of engines. In the present investigation a model has ...