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  • Scholar Asked on February 8, 2018 in NETWORKING.

    Ping is a networking utility program or a tool to test if a particular host is reachable. It is a diagnostic that checks if your computer is connected to a server. Ping, a term taken from the echo location of a submarine, sends data packet to a server and if it receives a data packet back, then you have a connection. The term “ping” can refer to the time it takes for a data packet to travel round-trip. It means “get the attention of” or “check the presence of”. In a computer network, a ping test is a way of sending messages from a computer to another. Aside from checking if the computer is connected to a network, ping also gives indicators of the reliability and general speed of the connection.

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  • Future Electronics has a wide range of asynchronous static RAMs from several chip manufacturers that can be used for programming an SRAM memory card or for any other devices requiring SRAM chips or asynchronous static random access memories. Simply choose from the asynchronous SRAM memory attributes below and your search results will be narrowed to match your specific asynchronous static RAM application needs.

    RE: What is Asynchronous SRAM?

    We deal with several manufacturers such as Alliance Memory Inc, Renesas Electronics, Cypress or ON Semiconductor, among other manufacturers. You can easily refine your asynchronous static RAM product search results by clicking your preferred asynchronous static RAM brand from the list of manufacturers below.

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  • Ceramics are compounds of metallic and nonmetallic elements possess high hardness, high compressive strength, high elastic modulus, low thermal expansion, low density etc.

    It is possible to obtain ceramic materials of any required properties, mechanical, electrical, chemical or magnetic by suitable processing techniques and by composite approach and hence has a wide range range of applications

    They have special advantages of light weight, can withstand very high temperatures and aggressive environments compared to metals used mainly as coatings and sensors

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  • Scholar Asked on February 8, 2018 in PHYSICS.

    Thermal conductivity refers to the amount/speed of heat transmitted through a material. Heat transfer occurs at a higher rate across materials of high thermal conductivity than those of low thermal conductivity. Materials of high thermal conductivity are widely used in heat sink applications and materials of low thermal conductivity are used as thermal insulation.Thermal conductivity of materials is temperature dependent. The reciprocal of thermal conductivity is called thermal resistivity. Metals with high thermal conductivity, e.g. copper, exhibit high electrical conductivity. The heat generated in high thermal conductivity materials is rapidly conducted away from the region of the weld. For metallic materials, the electrical and thermal conductivity correlate positively, i.e. materials with high electrical conductivity (low electrical resistance) exhibit high thermal conductivity.

    RE: Define what is Thermal Conductivity?

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  • Scholar Asked on July 17, 2017 in EDUCATION.

    “In ancient India, education was confined to a very small section of Indian society. It was not so much that common people were debarred or denied access to education because of discrimination, as it was because of the method of education. In absence of any written material, priestly schools in India had devised a most remarkable and effective system of transferring knowledge to succeeding generations in form of hymns” (Education in India). •“It should be noted that Indian’s spend nearly $4 billion annually to send their children abroad for higher studies and technical training while there is no reason for India not emerging as a global hub for higher education and technical training. The real challenge therefore, is to expand capacities in higher education to keep ahead of the curve of rising domestic and global demand” (Kaul). Works Cited

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