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Certification Exam for Industrial Engineering (CIE) - Part III

Certification Exam for Industrial Engineering (CIE) - Part III

IE Certification is a voluntary process, which validates an individual's qualifications in the field of industrial engineering (IE) professional practice.

It demonstrates to employers, clients, and peers the individual's knowledge and experience and signifies his or her commitment to continued excellence in IE professional practice.

In addition, it increases visibility, builds credibility, and validates expertise with those outside the profession.

Examinations has Part I, II, III, and Part IV.

This reviewer covers the Part III of CIE which include the following topics:

1.Industrial Materials and Processes

2.Statistical Quality Control 

3.Engineering Economy

4.Principles of Economics

5. Marketing and Supply Chain Managemtn and other allied subjects.

 

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The International Schools

How is International School established?

The History

 

The first international schools were founded in the latter half of the 19th century in countries such as Japan, Switzerland and Turkey. Early international schools were set up for families who traveled, like children of personnel of international companies, international organizations, non - governmental organizations (NGO), and embassy staff.

The schools were established with the people and organizations having large interests in the hosting nation: for instance, American diplomats and missionaries often set up schools to educate their children; children of American military and army families often attended Department of Defense Dependents Schools (DoDDS); French diplomats and business families founded similar schools based on the French curriculum

MOTIVATING STUDENTS MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES

MOTIVATING STUDENT’S MULPTIPLE INTELLIGENCES


I was in a hurry going to my next class in chemistry and I got distracted by an animated conversation of some students chatting under acacia tree. “I don’t know why she’s our rank 1 in class. She’s just good in Mathematics but poor in terms of communication.”
 

Rodney C. Ramirez : A profile

RODNEY CAÑIZARES RAMIREZ
77 Hapay Compound, Bagumbayan, Taguig City
403-0220

ramirezrodney12@yahoo.com
Training/Working Experience: 
RTU Registrar Office - Mandaluyong
Student Assistant 
April 2011 – June 2011 
Comission on Elections – Taguig City
On-the Job-Trainee 
November 2011- February 2012 
Vista Land Residences
Sales Representative
May 2012 – January 2013
Taguig City University
CAS, Instructor
June 2013-present

Supply Chain Management: Defining Supply Chain Opportunities

EXECUTIVE INSIGHT

Engr. Rebecca M. Nunesca, PIE, ASEAN Engineer: A Profile

Basic Information

Permanent Address:

Brgy. Padre Castillo, San Pascual, Batangas

Contact Information:

Email Address: rmn.rebecca1975@gmail.com

Mobile Number: 0918-963-0496

Human Resources Management: Utilization of Manpower

Part 1: Promoting Employee's Health and Safety

Part 2: Human Resource Planning

Part 3: Career Management and Development

ELECTRIC MOTOR - Part 3

ELECTRIC MOTOR

Part 3
March 11, 2014

• Motor Protection
• Protecting an electric motor basically involves preventing the motor from getting too hot.

• Every 10C above the maximum recommended temperature of the insulation can reduce its working life by half.
• The best way to protect a motor against overheating is to directly monitor the temperature of the motor windings.

• If the temperature exceeds the maximum set value for the motor its contactor is tripped to allow the motor to stop and cool down.

ELECTRIC MOTOR - Part 2

ELECTRIC MOTOR

PART 2
March 10, 2014
• Induction Motor – Basic Operation
• When 3-Φ supply is connected to the stator winding the currents which flow in the windings produce a multi-pole magnetic field.
• This field rotates at a speed called synchronous speed.
f = P x N/120
N – synchronous speed, rpm
P – no. of magnetic poles
f – supply frequency, Hz
• Example: What is the synchronous speed of a 6-pole motor supplied at 60Hz?
• Answer: 1200 rpm

The rotating magnetic field cuts through the rotor conductors and induces emf’s in them.

ELECTRIC MOTORS - Part 1

Electric Motors

PART1
March 7, 2014

• The drive power for compressor, pumps and fans aboard ship comes from electric motor.
• The most common type of motor is the 3-Φ, cage-rotor induction motor. It is simple, tough and requires very little attention.
• Another advantage is in starting and stopping these motors that can be done with simple, reliable direct-on-line contactor starters.
• Induction motors are usually supplied at 440V, 60Hz, but 3.3 kV, 60Hz is sometimes used for large drives such as bow thrusters and cargo pumps.

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