Energy Losses Lab Report (Part 1)
Submitted to:
Instr: Massood Rahimi
Created By:
Team D
Omer Al-Refaai
John Brosnahan
Ajay Shankaran
Charles Vincent-Barr
Engineering 1182
Columbus State Community College
Columbus, Ohio
8 June 2017
Executive Summary
The E
Wind Turbine Lab Spredsheet
Do not enter any values to the cells in Yellow
Enter Data into the Blue cells only
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Voltage where fan begins to move =
5.7
Volts
Table 1: The dependence of p on radial position
Radius (cm)
initial h at 0 V
Final h at 12 V
h (m
ENG 183.01: Basic Electronic Circuits with Circuit
Prototyping
LAB: ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS
OBJECTIVES
In this lab you will create a prototype of an electronic speed sensor that you will use to measure
the speed of the roller coaster ball on your roller coast
Memo
Date: July 21, 2016
To: Dr. Jeevan Baretto
From: Jessica McNeill, Anthony DiMascio, & Casey Kulasa
Subject: Solar Energy Lab
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Introduction
The experiments done in the solar meter lab included building and testing a solar energy meter. The
objective
Additional Energy Losses Lab Report
Submitted to:
Dr. Rahimi Massood
Created by:
Omar Alossehy
Nathan Henry
Jessica McNeill
Hashim Sharif
Engineering 1182
Columbus State Community College
Columbus, Ohio
22 September 2016
Executive Summary
The additional e
Jessica McNeill
Dr. Jeevan Baretto
Quality & Productivity Lab
June 23, 2016
Executive Summary
This lab enabled the group to understand the relationship between quality and productivity and also
learn to assemble two different types of valves correctly. Th
Memo
Date: June 7, 2016
To: Dr. Jeevan Baretto
From: Jessica McNeill, Anthony DiMascio, Allen Payne, Zane Aziz, Hassan Mustafa
Subject: Beam Bending Lab
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Introduction
The Beam Bending Lab confirmed the different characteristics of each beam used in each
Memo
Date: July 21, 2016
To: Dr. Jeevan Baretto
From: Jessica McNeill, Anthony DiMascio, & Casey Kulasa
Subject: Solar Energy Lab
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Introduction
The experiments done in the solar meter lab included building and testing a solar energy meter. The
objective
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Beam Bending Lab Data
Sheet
Name
Date
Load
Beam # Beam type
L
H or D
in
h
(box only)
W
w
in
(box only)
Units:
Hanger or
bucket
23
0.844
1.576
1 pine square
23
0.844
1 pine square
23
1 pine square
1 pine square
Load
kg
lb
mass
(grams)
1 pine square
Load
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Jessica McNeill & Anthony DiMascio
Circuits Lab
Dr. Jeevan Baretto
June 16, 2016
Executive Summary
Experiments conducted in this lab included the measurements of electrical
properties of series and parallel circuits. The objective of this lab was to measu
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Engineering 2040 Test1 Au15 Name
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81. A tension test was performed on a steel specimen
having an original diameter of 0.503 in. and gauge length
of 2.00 in. The data is listed in the table. Plot the stress
strain diagram and determine approximately the modulus
of elasticity, the yield str
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Productivity Lab
Lab 2: Quality &
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Executive Summary
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Memo
Date: 06/16/2016 (due next Tuesday in class 6/21)
To:
From: xxx
Subject: Beam Bending Lab
Introduction
Experiments were performed to determine the Modulus of Elasticity from of 3 beams.
Results & Discussion
Defl ecti on vs Load of Solid-Rectangular P
Engineering 1181 HW 9 (Problem taken from MATLAB textbook Chapt 6 prob. 26.)
The Body Mass Index (BMI) is a measure of obesity. To calculate BMI use the formula below:
BMI = 703(W)
W = weight in pounds
H = Height in inches
2
H
The classification of a pers
HW 10 Engineering 1181 Chapt 8 (Problems taken from chapt 8 textbook MATLAB 4 ed. By Gilat.)
Do each of the following problems on MATLAB. Use separate programs for the
each of the problems so the graphs will stay with the problems. (MATLAB puts
graphs at
HW 5 Engineering 1181 Matlab assignment
All the following should be done on MATLAB using a script file. A Paper copy
of your script file with the paper output from your MATLAB program should be
turned in during class. Each answer from problem 2 through 8
Engineering 1181: HW8 Matlab Math Modeling Barrel Filling problem
(Developed by TJC edited by VJP)
Flow of water into barrel = 36.8 lb/sec
The height of the water = h =
weight of the water in the barrel
(density of water)(bottom area of barrel)
h
Flow out
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Engineering 1181 HW #7 This
problem set should be turned in at the
beginning of class on paper.
1. 7 pt. each. Convert to binary:
892
631
120
43
2. 7pt. each. Convert the following binary numbers to base 10 decimal
numbers:
100 1100
101
1111
11 0000
Circuits Homework
Name: Divya madadi
Diagram for questions 1-4.
1) For the circuit above, what is the equivalent resistance if R 1 = 100 , R2 = 140 and R3 = 160 .
1/Req = 1/100+1/140+1/160
= 42.74
2) What is the current through the battery in mA?
I = V /
Transmission Cables
Introduction:
Transmission cables are used to carry electric power from the generation stations to the ultimate users or customers. The
users may be industrial, commercial, or residential. Electric power is usually transmitted at very