Lab 2: Plotting and Graphical Solutions
I. Getting Started
1. Save this document to your own computer preferably in that Models I folder you
created in recitation last week.
2. As you work through the lab, fill in tables and copy and paste results from MA
clear;
close all;
temperature = menu('Enter your Temperature','F to C','C to F','F to K','K to
F','C to K','K to C');
switch temperature
case 1
fprintf('You have selected F to C \n');
F = input('Enter temperature in Fahrenheit:');
FC = (F - 32)* 0.556;
fp
clear;
close all;
m1 = input('Enter in the Mass1:');
m2 = input('Enter in the Mass2:');
v1 = input('Enter in the Velocity1:');
v2 = input('Enter in the Velocity2:');
ke1 = 0.5*m1*v1^2;
fprintf('The Kinetic Energy 1 is: %0.2f \n'); fprintf('%0.2f \n',ke1);
clear;
close all;
HA = input('Enter in the Homework Average:');
LA = input('Enter in the Lab Average:');
QA = input('Enter in the Quiz Average:');
MS = input('Enter in the Midterm Score:');
FS = input('Enter in the Final Score:');
FCA = (HA*0.25) + (LA*0.
ENED 1090: Engineering Models I
Homework Assignment #2
Due: Week of September 12th at the beginning of your Recitation Section
Instructions:
1. In addition to this HW2 document, you will also need the excel file posted with HW2:
HydrogenPeroxide.xlsx. Sav
ENED 1090: Engineering Models I
Homework Assignment #1
Due: Week of September 5th at the beginning of your Recitation Section
Instructions:
1. Before you begin editing this document, you must SAVE this document to your laptop or
you will end up losing all
ENED 1090: Engineering Models I
Homework Assignment #4
Due: Week of September 26th at the beginning of your Recitation Section
Problem 1: Grade Calculator
Write a script file that will do the following:
1. Prompt the user using input statements for the fo
clear;
close all;
rng('shuffle');
mv = input('Enter in the mass of Vehicle:');
ms = input('Enter in the mass of Suspension:');
ts = input('Enter in the tolerance of the shock spring:');
tt = input('Enter in the tolerance of the tire spring:');
md = input(
Lab 6: Monte Carlo Simulation using Random Values
A. Background Information
One of the powerful uses of computers is to perform simulations of experiments or systems prior
to going to the lab or building a prototype to prove that an idea might work. Many
Lab 7: Iterative Algorithms Using While Loops
Introduction:
Computers, microprocessors, and calculators can add, subtract, multiply, and divide. These
operations are done in binary, of course, since numbers are stored in binary.
With this rather limited s
ENED 1090: Engineering Models I
Homework Assignment #3
Due: Week of September 19th at the beginning of your Recitation Section
Problem 1: Simple Harmonic Motion
Sinusoids are used to model simple harmonic motion as illustrated in the figure below that sho
Lab 2: Plotting and Graphical Solutions
I. Getting Started
1. Save this document to your own computer preferably in that Models I folder you
created in recitation last week.
2. As you work through the lab, fill in tables and copy and paste results from MA
ENED 1090: Engineering Models I
Homework Assignment #5
Due: Week of October 3rd at the beginning of your Recitation Section
Problem 1: Consider the code show below. Complete the table showing the values for the
variables as the loop progresses. Do this wi
ENED 1091: Introduction to Team Project #2
Spring 2015
Scenario:
As engineering and technology students at the University of Cincinnati, you have been asked to
help improve the quality of the education received by future students. In order to do this, you
Lab 5: Elastic and Inelastic Collisions (1-d)
The diagram below shows two objects. Object 1 has a mass, m1 (kg) and an initial velocity, v1
(m/s) and Object 2 has a mass, m2 (kg) and an initial velocity, v2 (m/s). A positive velocity
indicates that the ob
Lab 11: Image Processing
Background Exercises
For Part A and Part B of this lab, you may use your own jpeg image or you may use the image on
Blackboard with a filename of Garden.JPG.
To import a jpeg file into MATLAB, first make sure the file is in your c
Exp. 3 Prelab talk notes
Synthesis of an Alum
Objectives
1) To synthesize an alum, KAl(SO4)212 H2O
2) To separate the product from the reaction mixture and increase its purity
3) To assess the purity of the product and characterize by measuring its solid
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The Danger of the Single Story and The African History They Dont Tell You About
These should be the minimum key observations and points presented in the summary of your
paper:
1. Did yo
ENED 1020: Engineering Foundations
Problem-Solving Activity
Tower Optimization
Objective:
Your objective is to design and construct a free-standing tower, using only trusses, connectors,
and bolts provided from the Bridge Kits (Truss set). Below is the li
ENED 1020
Recitation 1: Ethics Activity
ENGINEERING ETHICS ACTIVITY
Due at the beginning of your next recitation class (submit to individual site on Blackboard)
*DISCLAIMER: All characters and scenarios in this post are fictional*
Instructions:
For this a
Exp. 2 Prelab talk notes
Objective:
To determine the molar ratio in which two compounds react for several reactions, using
thermometric titration
Methodology
Reaction Stoichiometry: the ratio in which compounds react to form a product or
products. Can be
ENED 1020: Circuits Lab (Week 1)
Objectives
1. To learn the definitions, symbols, and units for current, voltage, and resistance.
2. To understand and apply the color code for resistors
3. To practice measuring resistance, voltage, and current
4. To verif
ENED 1020: Engineering Foundations
Problem-Solving Activity
Tower Optimization
Objective:
Your objective is to design and construct a free-standing tower, using only trusses, connectors,
and bolts provided from the Bridge Kits (Truss set). Below is the li
Lab 5: Elastic and Inelastic Collisions (1-d)
The diagram below shows two objects. Object 1 has a mass, m1 (kg) and an initial velocity, v1
(m/s) and Object 2 has a mass, m2 (kg) and an initial velocity, v2 (m/s). A positive velocity
indicates that the ob
ENED 1090: Engineering Models I
Homework Assignment #5
Due: Week of October 3rd at the beginning of your Recitation Section
Problem 1: Consider the code show below. Complete the table showing the values for the
variables as the loop progresses. Do this wi
ENED 1090: Engineering Models I
Homework Assignment #3
Due: Week of September 19th at the beginning of your Recitation Section
Problem 1: Simple Harmonic Motion
Sinusoids are used to model simple harmonic motion as illustrated in the figure below that sho