ENED 1026: Intro to Engineering
Problem-Solving Activity
Tower Optimization
Objective:
Your objective is to design and construct a free-standing tower, using only trusses, connectors,
and bolts provid
Hannah Halsey
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
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 pro
Alex Heeter
Engineering foundations, section 23
9/14/17
Task/concept
To gain a baseline understand of electricity through testing resistors and their influence on current and
voltage.
Table 3: Ohms
La
Resistor Color Code
Yellow-Violet-Gold
Brown Black Black
Red - Black Black
Green Brown Black
Brown Black - Brown
Orange-Orange-Brown
Nominal Resistance
Measured
Measured Current
R()
Resistance R()
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Bridge Building
Lab Report
Weeks 1&2
Lab Report
By:
Robert Vlasnik
Section: 003
Room 801 A
TA:
Introduction:
For first week of the bridge building lab our goal was to decide on a basic type of bridge
Basic Electricity
Lab Report
Weeks 3 & 4
No DAQ
Lab Report
By:
Robert Vlasnik
Section: 003
Room 801 A
TA:
Introduction:
This experiment was a two week experiment. The experiment was done to learn how
CHAPTER 4: MAJOR CLASSES OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS
4.1 Solution Concentration and Water as a
Solvent
4.2 Writing Equations for Aqueous Ionic Reactions
4.3 Precipitation Reactions
4.4 Acid-Base Reactions
4
Rachel Schultz
09/12/16
Misunderstanding/ misread thing in the technological world?
I had a funny experience with something like the dad and his son but with my mom, sister and I.
We have a group chat
Schultz
1
Rachel Schultz
Katie Knoll
English Comp
12 October 2016
Genre blending is taking two different types of genres and meshing them together to
form a new creation. The creation should be someth
Rachel Schultz
Katie Knoll
Discourse Community Paper
16 October 2016
Discourse Community Proposal Write-Up
For my discourse community I have chosen to do the Cleveland Cavaliers team. I think it
will
ENED1020 Engineering Foundations
Audio Analysis
Objective
In this project, you will learn some basics of digital signal processing, including signal sampling, signal spectrum and
signal processing. Y
Problem Set A
Practice with MATLAB
In this problem set, you will use MATLAB to do some basic calculations, and then to plot,
differentiate, and integrate various functions. This problem set is the m
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Unlike lytic phage, lysogenic phage are able to
A. Lyse their host
B. Replicate in their host,
making hundreds of copies
of the virus
C. Attach to the host
membrane, then en
Exam 2 Review
It will cover the end of CH 16, CH 17, CH 18 and the first part of CH 19. To make things easier for you, I
have folders under Course Documents -> Waddell's Notes labeled CH 16 for exam I
A
projectile is shot from ground level in a large, flat
field with an initial speed and at an angle above
the horizontal. The maximum height that the
projectile reaches is and the horizontal range is
MATLAB
Introduction to
Integration
Integration
Differentiation measures the instantaneous rate of
change of a particular variable with respect to one or
more variables
Integration measures the accumul
Introduction to Graphical
User Interfaces (GUIs)
What is a GUI?
GUI = Graphical User Interface
You use GUIs whenever you use your computer
(unless youre using a DOS command prompt, UNIX
terminal, etc)
Finding Equations for
Parabolas, Circles, Ellipses
Parabolas
Parabolas Opening Up or Down
To find an equation for the parabola, we need:
The coordinates of the vertex & another point on the parabola
HW #2
Exploring population dynamics models
Population dynamics are studied in many branches of engineering and natural
sciences.
1. Identify one model of population dynamics different from what we exp
MATLAB
Introduction to
Numerical Integration
Why Numerical Approximations?
Just like when we talked about numerical
approximations for the derivative, we may need
to compute integrals on real data for
Pre—Calculus (Math—1026) Test 1
February 3, 2016
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Pre—Calculus (Math-1026) Quiz 2 January 29, 2016
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You may not use a calculator on this quiz.
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