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AME341-Exp#1 - tot = 52400 mm 3 200 mm 3 None of the...

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d (diameter) w (width) l (length) h (height) V 2 V 1 Adrian Puyolt AME 341 15 September 2009 Partner: Louis Sloss Block #13 Exp#1: Estimating the Volume of an Acrylic Block h (height) + h l (length) + l w (width) + w d (diameter) + d 54.2mm + 0.1mm 69.2mm + 0.1mm 17.33mm + 0.03mm 30.4mm + 0.1mm Resolution 0.005mm 0.005mm 0.0005mm 0.005mm Precision 0.148mm 0.108mm 0.0264mm 0.118mm Standard Deviation 0.114mm 0.061mm 0.0241mm 0.077mm Volume Measurements V 1 + V 1 = h*l*w = (54.2 mm)(69.2 mm)(17.33 mm) = 65000 mm 3 + 200 mm 3 V 2 + V 2 = = = 12600 mm 3 + 90 mm 3 V tot = V 1 – V 2 = 65000 mm 3 – 12600 mm 3 = 52400 mm 3 Deriving V tot
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V tot = V 1 – V 2 = Statement V staff = 53000 mm 3 + 300 mm 3 V design = 55000 mm 3 + 500 mm 3 V
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Unformatted text preview: tot = 52400 mm 3 + 200 mm 3 None of the volumes (staff, design, total) are equal to each other. Taking each of the uncertainties into consideration, the values do not overlap with each other; however, values for V staff and V tot are very close (52700mm 3 to 52600mm 3 , respectively). The values obtained by the staff are slightly different perhaps due to random error in the physical measuring of the block. The value for V design is not equal perhaps because of the laser process that carved the block and cylinder cutting off more than needed....
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