Appendix A 39 Engineering Charactieristics.pdf - Chemical Product Design Development CP5070 Appendix A 39 Engineering Characteristics No Characteristics

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Chemical Product Design & Development CP5070 __________________________________________________________________________________________ Diploma in Chemical Engineering School of Chemical & Life Sciences Singapore Polytechnic A Appendix A: 39 Engineering Characteristics No. Characteristics Explanation 1 Weight of moving object Mass of the object in a gravitational field. Force that the body exerts on its support or suspension. 2 Weight of stationary object Mass of the object in a gravitational field. Force that the body exerts on its support or suspension or on the surface on which is rests. 3 Length of moving object Any one linear dimension, not necessarily the longest, is considered a length. 4 Length of stationary object Any one linear dimension, not necessarily the longest, is considered a length. 5 Area of moving object A geometrical characteristic described by the part of a plane enclosed by a line. Part of a surface occupied by the object, or the square measure of the surface, either internal or external, of an object. 6 Area of stationary object A geometrical characteristic described by the part of a plane enclosed by a line. Part of a surface occupied by the object, or the square measure of the surface, either internal or external, of an object. Example: Length × width × height for a rectangular object Height × area for a cylinder 7 Volume of moving object Cubic measure of space occupied by the object. 8 Volume of stationary object Cubic measure of space occupied by the object. 9 Speed Velocity of an object. Rate of a process or action in time. 10 Force In Newtonian physics, force = mass × acceleration. In TRIZ, force is any interaction that is intended to change an object’s condition. 11 Stress or pressure Force per unit area. Tension. 12 Shape External contours, appearance of a system.
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Chemical Product Design & Development CP5070 __________________________________________________________________________________________ Diploma in Chemical Engineering School of Chemical & Life Sciences Singapore Polytechnic A Appendix A: 39 Engineering Characteristics (continue) No. Characteristics
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