Homework #1
ENED 1090: Engineering Models I
Homework Assignment #1
Due: September 10, 2015 at noon
Instructions:
1. Before you begin editing this document, you must SAVE this document to your laptop or
you will end up losing all of your work. If you opene
Homework 2
ENED 1090: Engineering Models I
Homework Assignment #2
Due: Thursday, September 17, 2015 at noon
Problem 1: 1-d Arrays (Vectors)
(a) What MATLAB command will create a vector, t, that starts at 0, increments by 0.25, and
ends at 2? Execute the c
Homework #3
ENED 1090: Engineering Models I
Homework Assignment #3
Due: Week of September 21st at the beginning of your Recitation Section
Problem 1: To Dot or Not To Dot
The purpose of this problem is to help you understand when the entry by entry operat
ENED 1090: Engineering Models I
Homework Assignment #4
Due: Week of September 28th at the beginning of your Recitation Section
Problem 1: Indexing into 1-d Arrays & Conditional Statements
Create a script file which does the following:
Creates a vector t
Homework #5
ENED 1090: Engineering Models I
Homework Assignment #5
Due: Thursday, October 8, 2015 at noon.
Problem 1: Consider the code show below. Complete the table showing the values for the
variables as the loop progresses. Do this without MATLAB firs
Homework #6
ENED 1090: Engineering Models I
Homework Assignment #6
Due: Week of October 26th at the beginning of your Recitation Section
Problem 1: Consider the code show below. Complete the table showing the values for the
variables at the end of each it
Lab 6
Lab 6: High Roller
(a.k.a. Baby needs a new pair of shoes, or a new version of MATLAB)
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 protot
Lab 8 debugging
ENED1090
Engineering Models I
MATLAB Lab 8: Debugging
October 2015
The equations that govern the velocity and height of a rocket launched vertically, neglecting air resistance, while
thrust is being produced, are given below (
velocity ( t
Lab 9
Lab 9: Design of a Digital Thermostat
In this lab, we will again be using the National Instruments myDAQ device and your knowledge
of MATLAB to design a digital thermostat. Historically, thermostats worked based on the
properties of different materi
Lab 4: Using Pulse Width Modulation (Duty Cycle) to Control LED Light Level
Introduction to Lab 4: Presentation by Instructor
Your instructor will introduce the hardware and software that will be used for this lab.
A. Software Check for National Instrumen
Lab 11: Traffic Simulation
A. Background Information
As we saw earlier in the semester, one of the powerful uses of the computer is to perform
simulations of real-world systems without needing to create the physical system. These systems
can be as simple
Lab 8: Secret Codes!
A. Background Information
Since the beginnings of written and verbal communication, people have tried to find ways to
convey messages covertly. This might be placing specific keywords in a message that has
meanings to a group of peopl
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 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
ENED 1090: Engineering Models I
Homework Assignment #7
Due: Week of October 31st at the beginning of your Recitation Section
Problem 1: Array Indexing
For this problem, you will need to download the HW7.mat file from Blackboard. Drop it in your
current MA
ENED 1090: Engineering Models I
Homework Assignment #6
Due: Week of October 24th at the beginning of your Recitation Section
Problem 1: Consider the code show below. Complete the table showing the values for the
variables at the end of each iteration thro
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 #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
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 #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
Lab 3: Importing CO2 Emission Data and Curve Fitting the Data
Getting Started:
1. Save this lab document on your computer
2. Download the Excel File: UNdata.xlsx located in the Recitation Folder on the metasite
under Lab 3
3. Open the Excel File and take
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 #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