Sameera Sadey Shijer

Sameera Sadey Shijer
University of Technology, Iraq · Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Doctor of Engineering

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Introduction
Eng. Electoral Engineering, M.Sc. Electoral / communication and Ph.D. Electoral / communication.
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September 2020 - present
الجامعة التكنولوجية
Position
  • مدير قسم التدريب

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Publications (5)
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In this work, we are going to explain how to use the analysis of motor power pattern/signature analysis (MPPA) of a power signal driving a servo to find mechanical defects in a gear train. A hardware setup is used to simplify the demonstration of obtaining spectral metrics from the power consumption signals. A DC motor, a set of metal or nylon driv...
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The developments of wireless networks have directed to search for opportunities of a broad diversity of improved and new networking contributions. Wireless Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) is a non-synchronous or random mode of transferring information. The advantages of circuit switching include dedicated connections and guaranteed traffic paramet...
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The performance of the double pass solar air heater has been investigated experimentally and numerically using computational fluid dynamics. In the experimental investigations, three double pass solar air heaters were fabricated using ten tubes of aluminum. Aluminum Glass wool was used to insulate the sides and the bottom base with a thickness of 2...
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In this search, an approach has been suggested to design a bi-directional optical network to increase the data transmission through an optical cable. This design technique shows an interesting result in obtaining low insertion loss (around 1.6 dB), low return loss(-65 dB) and low cross talk between two channels (around-70 dB).
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Several measures for evaluating the performance of wireless Asynchronous Transfer Mode (WATM) has been published in the literature. Among them: Offered Traffic Load, Handover Traffic Load, Call Admission Control and others. To the best of To our knowledge, there is no study that collects all these measures into one GUI simulator. In The present wor...

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