Introduction to Pressure Vessels
In your Mechanics of Materials class, you were taught about thin-walled pressure vessels. In Machine
Design we will build on those results by presenting the equations
Ware Lab Introduction
Ware Lab Introduction
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Ware Lab Machine Shop
Ware Lab Machine Shop
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HW #9 Due April 26, 2010 A. For the circuit below, assume V1 = 6V and V2 = 5.5V. Determine the diode current and voltage using: 1. the Ideal Diode Equation if the reverse saturation current Is is equa
Homework #4 Due Monday, Feb. 15, 2010
1. Solve for I, expressed in phasor notation, and state whether I lags or lead the voltage source using Nodal Analysis.
2. Solve for I and V, expressed in phasor
Homework #3
Due Monday, Feb. 8, 2010
1. Find the equivalent impedance between points a and b, expressed as a phasor. Assume that the angular frequency of the source connected to the impedances is 30 r
HW #2 1. An incandescent bulb with a tungsten filament operates at temperature ranging between 1800K-3200K. When operated at 1800K, the color of the bulb is reddish. Bright yellowish white light is em
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