Nicolas Dintzner of the Software Engineering Research Group of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science Faculty uploaded his article â€œExtracting Feature Model Changes from the Linux Kernel Using FMDiff" to the Repository. This is the 40.000th upload in TU Delft Repository.
To thank him for his contribution, Annemiek van Tuyl of TU Delft Repository handed Nicolas Dintzner, In the presence of professor Arie van Deursen of the Software Engineering Research Group, an Oxfam Novib cuddly goat. This symbolic gift represents an Oxfam-Novib goat donated in his name by TU Delft Library to a poor family in Bangladesh. This present is inspired by the same underlying thought as in the case of sharing knowledge: Give others access to something they can use to their advantage.

ET4117. Master Electrical Engineering. The course gives an overview of different types of electrical machines and drives. Different types of mechanica loads are discussed. Maxwell's equations are applied to magnetic circuits including permanent magnets. DC machines, induction machines, synchronous machines, switched reluctance machines, brushless DC machines and single-phase machines are discussed with the power electronic converters used to drive them. This is the first and the introduction lecture to the course.

ET4117. Master Electrical Engineering. The course gives an overview of different types of electrical machines and drives. Different types of mechanica loads are discussed. Maxwell's equations are applied to magnetic circuits including permanent magnets. DC machines, induction machines, synchronous machines, switched reluctance machines, brushless DC machines and single-phase machines are discussed with the power electronic converters used to drive them.

ET4117. Master Electrical Engineering. The course gives an overview of different types of electrical machines and drives. Different types of mechanica loads are discussed. Maxwell's equations are applied to magnetic circuits including permanent magnets. DC machines, induction machines, synchronous machines, switched reluctance machines, brushless DC machines and single-phase machines are discussed with the power electronic converters used to drive them. In this lecture the principles of electromechanics are described.

ET4117. Master Electrical Engineering. The course gives an overview of different types of electrical machines and drives. Different types of mechanica loads are discussed. Maxwell's equations are applied to magnetic circuits including permanent magnets. DC machines, induction machines, synchronous machines, switched reluctance machines, brushless DC machines and single-phase machines are discussed with the power electronic converters used to drive them. In this lecture a introduction is made for DC Machines, construction and principle of operation and basic calculations are described.

ET4117. Master Electrical Engineering. The course gives an overview of different types of electrical machines and drives. Different types of mechanica loads are discussed. Maxwell's equations are applied to magnetic circuits including permanent magnets. DC machines, induction machines, synchronous machines, switched reluctance machines, brushless DC machines and single-phase machines are discussed with the power electronic converters used to drive them. In this lecture origins of the Magnetic Field Intensity ( H ) and Inductance are described.

ET4117. Master Electrical Engineering. The course gives an overview of different types of electrical machines and drives. Different types of mechanica loads are discussed. Maxwell's equations are applied to magnetic circuits including permanent magnets. DC machines, induction machines, synchronous machines, switched reluctance machines, brushless DC machines and single-phase machines are discussed with the power electronic converters used to drive them. In this lecture the DC machine drivers is described and a introduction is made for induction machines.

ET4117. Master Electrical Engineering. The course gives an overview of different types of electrical machines and drives. Different types of mechanica loads are discussed. Maxwell's equations are applied to magnetic circuits including permanent magnets. DC machines, induction machines, synchronous machines, switched reluctance machines, brushless DC machines and single-phase machines are discussed with the power electronic converters used to drive them. In this lecture the focus will be on describing the induction machines and synchronous machines

ET4117. Master Electrical Engineering. The course gives an overview of different types of electrical machines and drives. Different types of mechanica loads are discussed. Maxwell's equations are applied to magnetic circuits including permanent magnets. DC machines, induction machines, synchronous machines, switched reluctance machines, brushless DC machines and single-phase machines are discussed with the power electronic converters used to drive them. In this lecture the Induction machines and the principles are further described.

ET4117. Master Electrical Engineering. The course gives an overview of different types of electrical machines and drives. Different types of mechanica loads are discussed. Maxwell's equations are applied to magnetic circuits including permanent magnets. DC machines, induction machines, synchronous machines, switched reluctance machines, brushless DC machines and single-phase machines are discussed with the power electronic converters used to drive them. In this lecture the synchronous machines are introduced and described.

ET4117. Master Electrical Engineering. The course gives an overview of different types of electrical machines and drives. Different types of mechanica loads are discussed. Maxwell's equations are applied to magnetic circuits including permanent magnets. DC machines, induction machines, synchronous machines, switched reluctance machines, brushless DC machines and single-phase machines are discussed with the power electronic converters used to drive them. In this lecture the permanent magnet AC machines are described.

ET4117. Master Electrical Engineering. The course gives an overview of different types of electrical machines and drives. Different types of mechanica loads are discussed. Maxwell's equations are applied to magnetic circuits including permanent magnets. DC machines, induction machines, synchronous machines, switched reluctance machines, brushless DC machines and single-phase machines are discussed with the power electronic converters used to drive them.

ET8016. Structured Electronic Design. This course focuses on a systematic approach to the design of analog electronic circuits. The methodology presented in the course is based on the concepts of hierarchy, orthogonality and efficient modeling. It is applied to the design of negative-feedback amplifiers. It is shown that aspects such as ideal transfer; noise performance, distortion and bandwidth can be optimized independently. A systematic approach to biasing completes the discussion. Lectures are interactive and combined with weekly sessions where students can work on exercises under supervision of the professors.

ET8016. Structured Electronic Design. This course focuses on a systematic approach to the design of analog electronic circuits. The methodology presented in the course is based on the concepts of hierarchy, orthogonality and efficient modeling. It is applied to the design of negative-feedback amplifiers. It is shown that aspects such as ideal transfer; noise performance, distortion and bandwidth can be optimized independently. A systematic approach to biasing completes the discussion. Lectures are interactive and combined with weekly sessions where students can work on exercises under supervision of the professors.

ET8016. Structured Electronic Design. This course focuses on a systematic approach to the design of analog electronic circuits. The methodology presented in the course is based on the concepts of hierarchy, orthogonality and efficient modeling. It is applied to the design of negative-feedback amplifiers. It is shown that aspects such as ideal transfer; noise performance, distortion and bandwidth can be optimized independently. A systematic approach to biasing completes the discussion. Lectures are interactive and combined with weekly sessions where students can work on exercises under supervision of the professors.

ET8016. Structured Electronic Design. This course focuses on a systematic approach to the design of analog electronic circuits. The methodology presented in the course is based on the concepts of hierarchy, orthogonality and efficient modeling. It is applied to the design of negative-feedback amplifiers. It is shown that aspects such as ideal transfer; noise performance, distortion and bandwidth can be optimized independently. A systematic approach to biasing completes the discussion. Lectures are interactive and combined with weekly sessions where students can work on exercises under supervision of the professors.

ET8016. Structured Electronic Design. This course focuses on a systematic approach to the design of analog electronic circuits. The methodology presented in the course is based on the concepts of hierarchy, orthogonality and efficient modeling. It is applied to the design of negative-feedback amplifiers. It is shown that aspects such as ideal transfer; noise performance, distortion and bandwidth can be optimized independently. A systematic approach to biasing completes the discussion. Lectures are interactive and combined with weekly sessions where students can work on exercises under supervision of the professors.

ET8016. Structured Electronic Design. This course focuses on a systematic approach to the design of analog electronic circuits. The methodology presented in the course is based on the concepts of hierarchy, orthogonality and efficient modeling. It is applied to the design of negative-feedback amplifiers. It is shown that aspects such as ideal transfer; noise performance, distortion and bandwidth can be optimized independently. A systematic approach to biasing completes the discussion. Lectures are interactive and combined with weekly sessions where students can work on exercises under supervision of the professors.

ET8016. Structured Electronic Design. This course focuses on a systematic approach to the design of analog electronic circuits. The methodology presented in the course is based on the concepts of hierarchy, orthogonality and efficient modeling. It is applied to the design of negative-feedback amplifiers. It is shown that aspects such as ideal transfer; noise performance, distortion and bandwidth can be optimized independently. A systematic approach to biasing completes the discussion. Lectures are interactive and combined with weekly sessions where students can work on exercises under supervision of the professors.

ET8016. Structured Electronic Design. This course focuses on a systematic approach to the design of analog electronic circuits. The methodology presented in the course is based on the concepts of hierarchy, orthogonality and efficient modeling. It is applied to the design of negative-feedback amplifiers. It is shown that aspects such as ideal transfer; noise performance, distortion and bandwidth can be optimized independently. A systematic approach to biasing completes the discussion. Lectures are interactive and combined with weekly sessions where students can work on exercises under supervision of the professors.