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Sweets Assembly
(2024) Ahmad Darawsheh; Mohammad Khaled
This project is important for several reasons. Firstly, it addresses the need for efficient and automated candy cans production, saving time and effort in the process of filling it. It also improves the cleanliness of the candy products as it reduces human handling, minimizing contamination risks. Moreover, the project eliminates the need for manual labor in the candy filling and packaging process, contributing to labor cost savings. Overall, it enhances candy production efficiency and quality while reducing operational costs. In our view, key aspects for this project include full automation using stepper motors and a conveyor belt, ensuring precise candy filling through RFID quality control, enabling user interaction and monitoring via mobile app connectivity through ESP, and prioritizing safety to prevent accidents and product contamination, given the involvement of machinery and food products. The project’s primary objectives are automation in candy can production, enhancing efficiency, maintaining quality control, and enabling remote control and monitoring through a mobile app. This includes designing an automated production line, reducing manual labor, ensuring precise candy measurement, and allowing remote access for efficient operation. The methodology involves four main stages: design and planning, hardware implementation, software development, and testing and optimization. Design and planning encompass layout design and component selection. Hardware implementation focuses on assembling the necessary components, while software development creates control software and a mobile app. Testing and optimization ensure project goals are met, and user documentation and training cover operation and maintenance.
(2024) Ahmad Darawsheh; Mohammad Khaled
Our application offers a way to improve sports in Palestine. Our application is used by athletic individuals like football players to advance their careers. Users can showcase their skills and stats on this app to help them become professionals in the future. The application has several types of users: players,managers, stadium owners, admin, and scouts. The player profile contains information such as the player’s position (striker, goalkeeper, defender), stats like goals. The stadium page contains stadium information like location and size. As a player, you can reserve the stadium to play matches instead of the traditional method. Multiple players can reserve the stadium, and the number of reservations allowed depends on the stadium size/type (11 players, 7 players, 5 players per team). Users can view matches that players have reserved, as well as results. Additionally, they can mark players and stadiums as favorites. The application also includes features such as a news page, profile page, login and register functionality, player teams, videos showcasing player skills, player stats (e.g., goals), user types and stadiums. Live score by volunteers (the score of the match): In our country, there’s no API available for accessing the scoreboard or any necessary information about a match. Therefore, we will create our own API. Typical users of the app will watch a match, and if a team scores a goal, those users can report it. The app will consider this reported information as accurate. Additionally, there will be a ranking system where users who provide accurate information will earn credit points. These points will determine whether they become special users, trusted for the information they provide, or remain normal users with standard points. IV
Pharmabot System
(2023) Osaid Jabaji; Yazan Diab
Being able to use your mobile to command a robot that provides assistance in pharmacies and warehouses in general, to decrease the workload, save time, and do the tasks effectively, it was done by using our knowledge learnt in the courses we took related to the hardware department, doing researches about what tools and parts we need to reach our goal and seeking help and knowledge for our piers when needed, and at the end we came up with this project that did it's objected tasks and features like: • The ability to bring the desired medicine from the shelf. • The ability to take out medicines and also the ability to insert them into shelves automatically. • A robotic arm that can hold the medication to be used. • showing the amount of each medicine available in each shelf.
(2024) Jehad Abu Raad; Osaid Jabaji
Our project is a website and mobile application that specializes in walking and hiking events and publishing it to the users who can book their tickets and get full information about their journey. This project is mainly used as an app that hosts different number of hiking companies who can post and publish their events on the website for the users to register and book their place in the event, while also containing a list of guides that specialize in directing the movement route of the journey, who can be hired by the hiking companies, or can host their own hiking events since they have to needed knowledge to guide their own events, the app also contains a rating and comment section to help users choose their favorite hiking spots and companies. We got our inspiration for this project from our love of hiking and having a hard time knowing and choosing our desired hiking event, while also knowing if the hosts of the event are trusted or not, so we decided to create our own application to gather all hiking lovers together and making it easier for them to navigate and pick their option. Similar applications have been done before in different worldwide countries and got quite common and famous among hikers and attracted a good number of newcomers who always had that small interest in hiking but found it hard and tedious to look through social media for a trustworthy and engaging event. But surprisingly, such application was never created in Palestine, even though hiking is a pretty famous hobby here, so we thought it would be our honor to be the first to create a hiking related app and drive the wheel of creating and upgrading similar apps in our beloved country. Our aim with our application to spread our love for hiking in our beloved country and make it a more popular hobby that relieves people’s stress and hopefully spread positivity and lead to a better atmosphere among people. We’ll hopefully add a lot of useful features through the development process of the project, features that will make it even more user-friendly and effective.
(An-Najah National University, 2024-06-12) Masarwa, Khalid
Constructing of multi-story buildings using perimeter walls with stone cladding is very common in Palestine. The stone cladding provides an architectural aesthetic to the exterior facades of the buildings. The traditional method in Palestine to construct these walls is to fill the reinforced concrete frames with a three-layer wall. These layers are: brick, concrete, and stone. The walls may affect the behavior of the structure under an earthquake excitation. This results from their additional mass, lateral stiffness and strength that these walls add to the building. Neglecting the effect of these walls on the structural response can lead to a poor structural analysis prediction of the real structural behavior. Therefore, this study focuses on studying the effect of perimeter brickconcrete-stone-masonry (BCSM) infill walls on the deflection amplification factor (Cd) for intermediate moment resisting frames. The research methodology started by designing 36 cases according to ASCE7-16 and ACI 318-14 codes. In every case, the building is designed as an intermediate moment resisting frame. Nonlinear static pushover analysis is performed to generate load-deflection curves for different parameters using SAP2000 computer program. The results are used to estimate the Cd-factor under the variation of the parameters. In this study, it was found that the Cd-Factor is very sensitive to the presence of BCSM infill walls; it can lead to a significant change in the Cd-Factor compared to what is suggested by the ASCE7- 16 code. The results of this study showed that the increase of the BCSM infill walls opening ratio leads to a decrease in the Cd-Factor, and the increase of the BCSM infill walls length leads to a decrease in the Cd-Factor. Also, in this study, it was found that the Cd-Factor is not fixed with varying the number of stories of a building. In other words, it is not true that the increase in the number of stories will always increase the Cd-Factor and vice versa. Results were used to develop two simple formulas to estimate the Cd-Factor, and to help engineers in Palestine to estimate the Cd-Factor for buildings that have BCSM infill walls. Keywords: Macro modeling; Fiber hinges; BCSM infill walls; Cd-Factor; R-Factor; Equivalent compression struts; Overstrength.