Computing Project 2
Properties of Areas
Posting ID:3124-127
Zhihao Ye
2016/02/23
Posting ID:3124-127
ID:1206853124
Introduction
The computing project Properties of Areas concerns the computation of various
properties of cross sectional areas. In each of o
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CEE 212Dynamics
The Mechanics Project
CP 4Impact
Computing Project 4
Impact
Introduction
The fourth computing project is called Impact. The concept is to model the motion of a two
bars that swinging freely about their hinges, but
CEE 213Deformable Solids
Arizona State University
The Mechanics Project
CP 2Properties of Areas
Computing Project 2
Properties of Areas
The computing project Properties of Areas concerns the computation of various properties
of cross sectional areas. In e
Arizona State University
CEE 212Dynamics
The Mechanics Project
CP 1Projectile
Computing Project 1
Projectile
Introduction
The computing project Projectile concerns the theory of particle dynamics. The concept
is to model projectile motion including the no
CEE 212-Dynamics
CEE 212Dynamics
Lecture 5
rigid bodiesmass distributed over a volume
The Mechanics Project
School for Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Arizona State University
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CEE 212Dynamics
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Dynamics Solutions Library
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Example 4.3 Particle impacting pendulum
C
A uniform rod of length L and mass per unit length hangs at rest
vertically from a frictionless hinge at C. The rod is struck
CEE 212Dynamics
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Dynamics Solutions Library
Keith D. Hjelmstad
Example 4.1 Unbalanced hoop
The light circular hoop carries a uniform heavy band of weight W
around half of its circumference. If the hoop is released from rest
in the
CEE 212Dynamics
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Dynamics Solutions Library
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Example 4.0 Rod with base acceleration
A uniform rod of length L and total weight W is pushed by a
cart on a frictionless surface. The horizontal motion of the cart
is
CEE 212Dynamics
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Dynamics Solutions Library
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Example 3.3 Impact of masses on vertical slider
A
Slider A of mass m is positioned a distance h above slider B of mass M,
which rests on a spring of modulus k. Slider A
CEE 212-Dynamics
CEE 212Dynamics
Contents.
Particles II
power, work, and energy
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The Mechanics Project
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Objectives
Kinetic energy of a particle.
Powe
CEE 212Dynamics
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Dynamics Solutions Library
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Example 3.1 Particle sliding on bar with elastic cords
z
The particle P of mass m slides along a frictionless shaft and is
propelled by two elastic bands anchored at E
CEE 212Dynamics
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Dynamics Solutions Library
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Example 3.0 Block on Plane with Spring
The box of mass m slides down the incline that makes an angle with the
horizontal plane. The box is attached to an elastic cord,
CEE 213Deformable Solids
CEE 213Deformable Solids
CP 3Planar Beam
Bernoulli-Euler beam with variable load
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Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Arizona State University
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