MEE 322 Structure Mechanics
Fall 2014, Instructor: Hanqing Jiang
Homework 1
Due: September 3th, 2014, Wednesday before class
Problem 1: (5 points) Determine the resultant internal loadings acting on the cross
sections located through points D and E of the
MEE 322 Structure Mechanics
Fall 2014, Instructor: Hanqing Jiang
Homework 4
Due: September 29th, 2014, Monday before class
Problem 1: (5 points) Determine the maximum magnitude of the bending moment M that can be
applied to the beam so that the bending st
MEE 322 Structure Mechanics
Fall 2014, Instructor: Hanqing Jiang
Homework 3
Due: September 17th, 2014, Wednesday before class
Problem 1: (5 points) The shaft is supported at its ends by two bearings A and B and is subjected
to the forces applied to the pu
MEE 322 Structure Mechanics
Fall 2014, Instructor: Hanqing Jiang
Homework 7
th
Due: November 12 , 2014, Wednesday before class
Problem 1: (10 points) A beam AB is supported by a bar AC. The cross-sectional shape is shown
on the right.
(1) Determine the pr
MEE342 Spring 2017
HW # 1
Due: before the start of lecture on Jan 26th, 2017
This is an individual assignment.
1.
2.
3.
4.
(a) Determine the precise location of the critical stress element at the cross section at A.
(b) Sketch the critical stress element
MEE342 Spring 2017
HW # 5
Due: before the start of lecture on Mar 30th, 2017
This is an individual assignment.
1. A shaft is loaded in bending and torsion such that M a 70N m , Ta 45N m , M m 55N m and
Tm 35N m . For the shaft, Sut 700MPa and S y 560MPa ,
MEE342 Spring 2017
HW # 4
Due: before the start of lecture on Mar 14th, 2017
This is an individual assignment.
1. A solid round bar with diameter of 2 in has a groove cut to a diameter of 1.8in, with a
radius of 0.1in. The bar is not rotating. The bar is
MEE342 Spring 2017
HW # 2
Due: before the start of lecture on Feb 2nd, 2017
This is an individual assignment.
1. A ductile hot-rolled steel bar has a minimum yield strength in tension and in compression
of 350MPa. Using the Distortion-Energy and Maximum-S
MEE342 Spring 2017
HW # 3
Due: before the start of lecture on Feb 23rd, 2017
This is an individual assignment.
1. A steel rotating-beam test specimen has an ultimate strength of 120 ksi. Estimate the life
of the specimen if it tested at a fully reserved s
MEE342 Spring 2017
HW # 6
Due: before the start of lecture on Apr 6th, 2017
This is an individual assignment.
1. A 17-tooth spur pinion has a diametral pitch of 8 teeth/in, runs at 1120rpm, and drives a
gear at a speed of 544rpm. Find the number of teeth
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MAE 506 Homework 5
Due by the beginning of class on November 17
Problem 1 (10 pts)
1) Assess the stability of the following system, represented by the given system
dynamics matrix . Use the eigenvalue test for stability. (2
MAE 506 Homework 6
Due by the beginning of class on December 1
Problem 1 (15 pts)
A single-input, single-output rotational mechanical system shown below.
The single input is an externally applied torque
MAE 506 Homework 1
Due by the beginning of class on September 13
Problem 1 (10 pts)
1) A system is described by the following differential equation:
d 3c
d 2c
dc
d 3r
d 2r
dr
+ 5 2 + 3 + 4c = 3 + 2 2 + 7 + r
MAE 506 Homework 2
Due by the beginning of class on September 27
Problem 1 (15 pts)
1) For the following system described by the given transfer function, derive valid
state-space realization (define the sta
MAE 506 Homework 3
Due by the beginning of class on October 4
Problem 1 (20 pts)
1) Transform the following state space model into Diagonal Canonical Form (DCF)
(8 pts).
= + , =
3 1
1
, =
1 3
2
= , = [ 2 3 ]
2) Use
MAE 506 Homework 4
Due by the beginning of class on November 8
Problem 1 (15 pts)
1) Compute the observer canonical form of the following system. (5 pts)
= + , =
4 0
1
, =
0 5
1
= , = [ 1 1 ]
2) Compute the observer
MAE 508: Digital Control: Design and Implementation
Dr. Panagiotis K. Artemiadis
MAE 508: Digital Control: Design and Implementation
Homework 10
Problem 1:
(Points: 50)
The state-space representation of the dynamics of a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) is
MAE 508: Digital Control: Design and Implementation
Dr. Panagiotis K. Artemiadis
MAE 508: Digital Control: Design and Implementation
Homework 9
Problem 1:
(Points: 30)
0.00484
1 0.0952
u (k). We apply state
x (k) +
A system has the state equations x (k+1)
MAE 508: Digital Control: Design and Implementation
Dr. Panagiotis K. Artemiadis
MAE 508: Digital Control: Design and Implementation
Homework 8
Problem 1:
(Points: 50)
Fig. 1 shows the block diagram of a closed-loop system.
a) Express C (z) as a function
MAE 508: Digital Control: Design and Implementation
Dr. Panagiotis K. Artemiadis
MAE 508: Digital Control: Design and Implementation
Homework 7
Problem 1:
(Points: 20)
Consider a sampled-data system
with T = 0.5s and the characteristic equation given by:
MAE 508: Digital Control: Design and Implementation
Dr. Panagiotis K. Artemiadis
MAE 508: Digital Control: Design and Implementation
Homework 2
Problem 1:
(Points: 20)
Assume the system shown in Fig. 1, where r (t) is the reference signal (i.e. the desire
MAE 508: Digital Control: Design and Implementation
Dr. Panagiotis K. Artemiadis
MAE 508: Digital Control: Design and Implementation
Homework 4
Problem 3:
(Points: 20)
A digital filter implements the following equation:
y (k) 3y (k1) +2y (k2) =2u (k1) 2u
MAE 508: Digital Control: Design and Implementation
Dr. Panagiotis K. Artemiadis
MAE 508: Digital Control: Design and Implementation
Homework 6
Problem 1:
(Points: 25)
For each of the systems of Fig. 1, express C (z) as a function of the input and the tra