Consider the given diagram.
R1= 2.5 is connected in series
R2= 5.1 is connected in series with 3.5 and that are parallel with 1.8
R3= 3.2 is connected in series
Consider the equivalent resistance bet
Given data:
Porosity of soil A,
nA 0.5
Porosity of soil B,
nB 0.333
Hydraulic conductivity of soil A,
Hydraulic conductivity of soil B,
Cross-sectional area of soil A,
Cross-sectional area of soil B,
Given data:
Reservoir water level elevation,
Tank water level elevation,
Pump head,
h1 40 ft
h2 50 ft
hp 30 ft
Water flow rate,
Q 10 ft 3 /s
Length of pipe,
L 2 mile
Pipe material = cast iron
Density
Given data for a circular vertical two-lane highway curve.
Central Angle,
I 38o
Vertical Point of Tangency,
PVT 36 50.00 ft
Width of the lanes,
w 12 ft
Tangent grade,
G1 2.5%
Tangent grade,
G2 1.5%
De
Given data:
Modulus of elasticity of steel,
Es 207 GPa
Modulus of elasticity of E-glass fiber-reinforced polyester SMC,
E p 16 GPa
Density of steel,
s 7.87 g/cm 3
Density of E-glass fiber-reinforced
Given data.
Initial investment of a project,
Life of the project,
P $ 300000
t 10 years
Interest Rate,
i 9%
Most likely value for annual savings,
Optimistic value for annual savings,
PM $ 60000
PO $ 8
Given data.
Total amount of water to be treated,
Consider the equation for
pH log H
Calculate the
pH
Q 10 MGD
.
concentration.
H
H concentration = 10 4.5
Calculate the concentration difference of hyd
Given data:
uniform velocity
U 0.8 m/s
temperature of water =
T 15oC
hence, density of water
radius of circular pile
1000 kg/m3
R 0.1 m
boundary condition is x = 0, y = 0.15 m
r
and
is
90o
is polar
A structure is called Statically Determinate when reaction forces can be calculated by
equilibrium equations only, otherwise it is called a Statically Indeterminate structure.
Since, several pennies a
Given data:
High-volume sampler yields for total suspended particulates for this air,
Y 80g/m 3
Consider the table.
Size
m
range
0-2
2-6
6-10
10-16
16-30
> 30
mi mg
15
20
45
40
20
10
Consider the m
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Given data:
Angular velocity of shaft,
Gap between plates,
Radius of disc A,
h 0.1mm
a 83mm
Thickness of disc A,
Radius of lower disc,
Viscosity of fluid,
880 rpm
c 48 mm
b 146 mm
1.15 103 Pas
It is
Given data:
Flow rate,
Q 500 vph
Break time,
t1 2 s
Reaction time,
t2 2.5 s
Probability of crash,
P 0.2
Speed of vehicle,
v 30 mph
Write the formula for time for the vehicle headways between successiv
Given data:
Wastewater discharge,
Q 50000 gpd
Benzene inlet concentration,
xin 1.4 mg/L
Benzene outlet concentration,
xout 0.1 mg/L
Henry Constant,
K H 5.6 atm/M
Temperature at
25oC
Consider the Henry
by the Static Method Determining the Ultimate Load by the Mechanism
Method Analysis of a Fixed-End Beam under Concentrated Load
Analysis of a Two-Span Beam with Concentrated Loads Selection of
Sizes f
analysis of beam action, the general assumption is that the beam is in a
horizontal position and carries vertical loads lying in an axis of
symmetry of the transverse section of the beam. The vertical
calculation procedures in both the known and unknown units. Overseas
engineers who must work in USCS because they have a job requiring its
usage will find the dual-unit presentation of calculation pro
negative. GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS OFA FORCE SYSTEM The body
in Fig. \a is acted on by forces A, B, and C, as shown. Draw the vector
representing the equilibrant of this system. ( a) Space diagram and strin
unit 0.0929 0.2831 6.894 4.448 1.356 1.355 0.06309 6.89 *Because of
space limitations this table is abbreviated. For a typical engineering
practice an actual table would be many times this length. TAB
longitudinal stress Use the relation s' =pD/(4t), where s' = longitudinal
stress, i.e., the stress parallel to the longitudinal axis of the cylinder,
lb/in2 (kPa), with other symbols as before. Substi
rigidities. Using the subscripts s and b to T>,TTTT. * ^ j i ^ denote
steel and bronze, respectively, we FIGURE 24' ComPund shafi see that
O = T5LJ(JsG5) = W(J,G,), where the symbols are as given in t
. 1.88 Most Economic
Section for a Beam with Intermittent Lateral Support under Uniform
Load . 1.89 Design of a Beam
with Reduced Allowable
Stress . 1.90 Design of a
Cover-Plated Beam . 1.92 Design of
the system In Fig. 2b, draw a free-body diagram of the bar. The bar is
acted on by its weight W, the force P, and the reaction R of the plane on
the bar. Show R resolved into its jc andy components, t
Safeguard by Alternative
Method . 9.113 Optimal Inventory
to Meet Fluctuating Demand . 9.115 xxx Contents This page has
been reformatted by Knovel to provide easier navigation. Finding
Optimal Invento
to 0.016 in (0.4064 mm); FIGURE 23 solve for P. Or, AL = (42,900 2.6P)IO"6 = 0.016 in (0.4064 mm); P = (42,900 - 16,000)72.6 = 10,350
Ib (46,037 N). 3. Determine the stresses and deformation Substitut
Frame . 1.8 Graphical Analysis of a Plane
Truss . 1.9 Truss Analysis by the Method of
Joints . 1.11 Truss Analysis by the Method of
Sections . 1.13 Reactions of a Three-Hinged
Arch . 1.14 Length of Ca
+ 2EhI(LPIA)]*- 5 ), where h = vertical displacement of body, ft (m). 2.
Substitute the numerical values Thus, PIA = 18/1.2 = 15 lb/in2 (103
kPa); h = 3 ft (0.9 m); L = 5 ft (1.5 m); 2EhI(LPIA) = 2(30
Computing Beam Deflection .
1.58 Deflection of a Cantilever Frame . 1.59
Statically Indeterminate Structures . 1.61 Shear and
Bending Moment of a Beam on a Yielding
Support . 1.61 Maximum Bending Stre