hw_6.20091009.4aced6417507d3.43203247

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Name: th – 36 pts 1. Multiple Choice 13.1: 2. Multiple Choice 13.2: 3. Multiple Choice 13.7: 4. Multiple Choice 13.10: 5. Multiple Choice 13.14: 6. Multiple Choice 13.15: 7. Problem 13.1 (cm 3 /s): 8. Problem 13.3 (rev/min): 9. Problem 13.16 (mm 5-digits):
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10. Problem 13.12: a. Q max (in 3 /sec): p max (lb/in 2 ): b. K s (in 5 /lb · s): c. p(lb/in 2 ), Q(in 3 /s): 11. If the Polymer flow in an extruder is 100cm 3 /s producing a tube ( die opening is 20mm OD and 18 mm ID). What is the linear tube production velocity (m/min), assuming the swell ratio is 1.2? 12. Three parts are to be assembled together as shown below. What is the total length and tolerance of the final part assuming a) a loaf distribution and b) a Gaussian distribution? a. Loaf: b. Gaussian: 2 ± 0.1cm 2.5 ± 0.1cm 2 ± 0.15cm
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13. Your parts supplier just informed you that the dimensional tolerance on the most critical part in your product have increased by 25%. Your boss wants an estimate on how much cost increase should be
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This note was uploaded on 01/15/2010 for the course ME 350 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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