Patrick Galaska
Mancini
EGR 103
Chapter 5 and 6 Summary
Chapter 5:
1. A constraint is a limit or restriction on the designs behaviors or attributes.
2. Constraints are what allow us to keep our number
Patrick Galaska
Professor Mancini
EGR 103
11/7/16
Chapter 17 Summary
1. The ethical principles that we learned growing up are not always going to be enough in the
professional workplace.
2. Different
Patrick Galaska
Mancini
EGR 103
Chapter 1 and 2 Summary
Chapter 1:
1.
2.
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5.
The designer-client-user triangle describes who is involved during a design effort.
Conceptual design is a fundamental
Patrick Galaska
Professor Mancini
EGR 103
Chapters 15 and 16 Summary
Chapter 15
1) Constructive conflict can be beneficial to the outcomes of the group, but only if it is
focused on ideas and values,
Patrick Galaska
Professor Mancini
EGR 103
Chapter 7 and 13 Summaries
Chapter 7
1. Morph charts can be used to determine your design space and determine the number of
possible design alternatives.
2. I
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Professor Kozak
EGR 103
11/13/16
Chapter 8 Summary
1. The numerical evaluation matrix can be used to demonstrate numerically which
design is better within each constraint.
2. The prior
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Professor Kozak
10/14/16
Chapters 9 and 11 Summaries
Chapter 9
1) Graphic images are used to communicate with other designers, the client, and the
manufacturing organization.
2) Sketch
Patrick Galaska
Professor Mancini
EGR 103
Chapters 15 and 16 Summary
Chapter 15
1) Constructive conflict can be beneficial to the outcomes of the group, but only if it is
focused on ideas and values,
Patrick Galaska
Mancini
EGR 103
Chapter 10
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5.
Prototypes and models are not the same thing.
It is important to have controlled tests.
When you build a prototype is dependent upon many diff
Resistor Color Code
a - 1st digit, b - 2 nd digit, c - multiplier, d - tolerance
Resistor value ab 10c , d % tolerance
R Brown - black - yellow,10 104 100k,10%
University of Dayton
Fall 2017
EGR203 Electrical and Electronic Circuits
Due date: 09-22-2017
Homework 4
Total points: 20
1. Find the Thevenin equivalent of the circuit shown below as seen by the term
Assignment 5
EGR 202
Engineering Thermodynamics
University of Dayton
1. (10 points) Two kilograms of water at 25C are placed in a piston cylinder device under 3.2 MPa
pressure as shown in the diagram
Assignment 1 - SOLUTIONS
EGR 202
Engineering Thermodynamics
University of Dayton
1. Convert the following: (10 pts.)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
1 L to in.3
650 J to Btu
150 kPa to bar
10C to F
1000 kW to Btu/hr
f
Assignment 3 - SOLUTIONS
EGR 202
Engineering Thermodynamics
University of Dayton
1. Fill in the missing information for H2O:
Two-phase fluid or saturated liquid-vapor
2. Fill in the missing informatio
Distributed Loads
Distributed Loads
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In many static problems, applied loads are given as distributed force loads, a
force applied across a length or area instead of at one point.
The most comm
Cartesian Vectors
Addition of Cartesian Vectors
The addition (or subtraction) of two or
more vectors is greatly simplified if the
vectors are expressed in terms of their
Cartesian components.
A Ax i
Rectangular Components of a Force
Rectangular Components of a Force
y
F
Fy
q
Fx
x
When a force is resolved into two components along the x and y axes, the
components are then called rectangular compon
Moment of a Force
Moment of a Force
M o Fd Fd sin
M o Fd
Mo 0
The moment of a force is a measure of its tendency to cause a body to rotate
about a specific point or axis, this measure involve the ma
Equilibrium of Two & Three Force Bodies
Equations of Equilibrium
A body is subjected to a system of forces that lie in the x-y plane. When in
equilibrium, the net force and net moment acting on the b
Equilibrium of A Rigid Body in 3-D
Applications
The sign has a mass of 100 kg with center of mass at G . Determine the reaction at
the ball and-socket joint A and the tension in wires BC and BD .
Step
Equilibrium of A Rigid Body
Steps for Solving Rigid Body Equilibrium Problem in 2D
1. If not given, establish a suitable x - y coordinate system.
2. Draw a free-body diagram (FBD) of the object under
Engineering Mechanics
General Principles
Course Requirements
Required Texts: Hibbeler, R.C.; Engineering Mechanics Statics, 14th ed., Pearson,
2016. Available at the UD bookstore.
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