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Engage customers with Microsoft’s Power Virtual Agents

By now, you’ve probably heard of Virtual Agents— —those amazing little bots that have, well, virtually transformed Customer Service. But have you heard of Power Virtual Agents? Hmm?… They’re new, from Microsoft. And what makes them so powerful you ask? Well, they’re even easier to use for all kinds of things beyond just Customer Service […]

Miller Induction Heating – The Equipment

Induction heating systems can be air-cooled or liquid cooled depending on the temperature and requirements of the application. Air-cooled systems can only be used for heating material in applications of up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. The various parts of an air-cooled system are identified here, and include the power source and controller, the induction blanket, […]

Electric Current & Electric Circuits (JEL01B)

dear students, now we’ll start the topic of current electricity. and in this topic, the very 1st thing we’re going to discuss is about electric current in electric circuits. electric current is quite a familiar term for all of us, that in our house, without electric current, there won’t be any life, because the light, […]

25. Physics | Electromagnetic Force | Torque due to Magnetic Forces on a Current Carrying Loop

let us now study the torque due to magnetic forces on a current carrying loop in magnetic field. here you can see this is a uniform magnetic field in which a. rectangular coil, a-b-c-d is placed which is carrying a current i in clockwise manner. the dimensions of the loop are given as l and […]

Drone Volt Pilot – Les réglages 4/9

Settings Before flying you have to check the app settings To access settings simply tap the icon on the top left hand corner of the screen the first tab is for general settings you can choose the mode the expert mode gives access to more options with waypoints you can chose the type of map […]

Couple Your Function Generator Channels + Today’s Wave Winner! (7-Mar)

Most of us learned how to use a function generator in our first hands-on engineering class. They are staple on any electronics bench. In general they’re pretty easy to use if you only need to source one signal but it can be a bit cumbersome if you’re trying to coordinate multiple inputs. If you’re in […]

1. Physics | Current Electricity | Resistance of a Conductor with Varying Cross-Section | (GA)

here in this illustration, we’ll discuss about the resistance of a conductor with varying cross section. here you can see the figure shows a conductor of length l. and having a cross section which is varying. and, the radius of cross section varies linearly from, radius ay to b. and the resistivity of material given […]

10 Reasons Why Engines Lose Power Over Time

Hello everyone and welcome in this video we’re talking about ten reasons why engines lose power over time and a huge Thank you to AutoTempest.com for sponsoring this video This is an awesome website that brings together listings from all the major used car sites So you can search in just a single location And […]

18. Physics | Current Electricity | Electromotive Force (EMF) | by Ashish Arora (GA)

let us study about electromotive force. this is term which is also abbreviated as e m f. and now onward we are going to use the term e m f, very frequently, in this chapter, as well as in the, coming topics. about e m f we can write that. any devices. which can. continuously. […]

7. Class 12 Physics | Current Electricity | Relation in Drift Velocity and Current Density (GA)

let us discuss the relation in drift velocity and current density of a conductor. now, here this is a setup, in which we can see a cylindrical conductor is connected via battery. and we are also given that in this conductor free electron density is n electrons per meter cube. now the switch is closed […]

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