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School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
DESIGN OF A CHEAP THERMAL SWITCH ENGR 0135 QING-MING WANG 12 OCTOBER 2012 GROUP MEMBERS: CHRISTIAN PITTS, MAX THORNE, TRENT DILLON ABSTRACT This report will describe the design problem, our solution, hypothesis, and our thinking as we went through each st
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
DESIGN OF A CHEAP THERMAL SWITCH ENGR 0135 QING-MING WANG 12 OCTOBER 2012 GROUP MEMBERS: CHRISTIAN PITTS, MAX THORNE, TRENT DILLON ABSTRACT This report will describe the design problem, our solution, hypothesis, and our thinking as we went through each st
School: Pittsburgh
STATICS AND MECHANICS OF MATERIALS, 2nd Edition RILEY, STURGES AND MORRIS Chapter 1 1-1 Calculate the mass m of a body that weighs 600 lb at the surface of the earth. SOLUTION m 1-2 W g 600 18.63 slug .. Ans. 32.2 Calculate the weight W of a bo
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Intro To Engineering Computing
MATLAB Data and Types: Arrays, Strings, Matrix Operations, Cell Arrays, and Structures, Mathematical functions with matrices (Sections 4.6, 4.7, and 4.9) Matrices, Arrays, Vectors & Scalars Scalar A single value A zero order array A 1 x 1 matrix Vector
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Intro To Engineering Computing
MATLAB Writing MATLAB Scripts (m-files) (4.10) Looping and Branching Purpose of an m file We have been entering commands one line at a time within the command window. This gets the job done or the problem solved but not very efficiently You can create s
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Intro To Engineering Computing
Application of MATLAB Solving Linear Equations (Section 4.11) And help for Homework #2! Linear Equations Recall - To solve for x, y, and z in the following equations, we can represent them as follows: 3x + 5z = 2y z = 2y 8 4(x + y) = 2(0.5 z) 3x 2y + 5z
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
C2 2263 ONE PATIENTS TRASH IS ANOTHER PATIENTS HOPE: THE PROSPECTS OF USING UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD IN FIGHTING CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE Trent Dillon (Tmd39@pitt.edu), Max Thorne (Met72@pitt.edu) Abstract - This paper will describe the potential use of umbilic
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
C2 2263 ONE PATIENTS TRASH IS ANOTHER PATIENTS HOPE: THE PROSPECTS OF USING UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD IN FIGHTING CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE Trent Dillon (Tmd39@pitt.edu), Max Thorne (Met72@pitt.edu) Abstract - This paper will describe the potential use of umbilic
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
Introduction: This source will help you tell the story of Philip Meehan: http:/news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/8485106.stm Facts on the severity of heart disease: http:/www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs310/en/index.html UBC: Biological makeup of cord blood
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
C2 2263 ONE PATIENTS TRASH IS ANOTHER PATIENTS HOPE: THE PROSPECTS OF USING UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD IN FIGHTING CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE Trent Dillon (Tmd39@pitt.edu), Max Thorne (Met72@pitt.edu) Abstract - This paper will describe the potential use of umbilic
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
C2 2263 ONE PATIENTS TRASH IS ANOTHER PATIENTS HOPE: THE PROSPECTS OF USING UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD IN FIGHTING CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE Trent Dillon (Tmd39@pitt.edu), Max Thorne (Met72@pitt.edu) Abstract - This paper will describe in detail the potential use
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
C2 2263 Section 1 Introduction: We will commence our paper with a quick anecdote about the life of Philip Meehan, a man who was miraculously cured by cord blood after being diagnosed with leukemia. After briefly explaining this heart-warming story, we wil
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
Vidic 2:00 L06 SAFER ALTERNATIVES TO PESTICIDE USE IN AGRICULTURE Christian Brand (cdb64@pitt.edu) INTRODUCTION: HOW SAFE ARE PESTICIDES? of a pound per person on Earth. Noticing this astonished me. Using too much of a product like this can easily produce
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
Conference Session # Paper # PAPER FORMATTING SPECIFICATIONS FOR FRESHMAN CONFERENCE Name (email) and Name (email) Abstract - Your paper must include an Abstract introduced by the heading Abstract, as shown here, 10 pt. Times New Roman italics, bold, foll
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Intro To Engineering Computing
MATLAB Data and Types: Arrays, Strings, Matrix Operations, Cell Arrays, and Structures, Mathematical functions with matrices (Sections 4.6, 4.7, and 4.9) Matrices, Arrays, Vectors & Scalars Scalar A single value A zero order array A 1 x 1 matrix Vector
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Intro To Engineering Computing
MATLAB Writing MATLAB Scripts (m-files) (4.10) Looping and Branching Purpose of an m file We have been entering commands one line at a time within the command window. This gets the job done or the problem solved but not very efficiently You can create s
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Intro To Engineering Computing
Application of MATLAB Solving Linear Equations (Section 4.11) And help for Homework #2! Linear Equations Recall - To solve for x, y, and z in the following equations, we can represent them as follows: 3x + 5z = 2y z = 2y 8 4(x + y) = 2(0.5 z) 3x 2y + 5z
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Intro To Engineering Computing
MATLAB Loading External Data Files (4.8) Telling MATLAB Where to Find Files Setting Present Working Directory (Current Folder) If an external file is not in the current directory, MATLAB will not be able to find it unless its path is known To enable MAT
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Intro To Engineering Computing
MATLAB Introduction, Getting Started, Demos, Mathematical Operations, Variable Names (Sections 4.1 to 4.5) Introduction to MATLAB MATLAB is a technical computing environment for highperformance numeric computation and visualization. MATLAB integrates nu
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Intro To Engineering Computing
MATLAB Fitting Curves to Data Section 4.14 Linear Regression Review of Basics learned in ENGR 11 The objective of regression analysis or curve fitting is to use information about one variable to study another. Simple linear regression involves fitting a
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Engineering Ethics
I. BACKGROUND There are many ways to produce biofuels not only can the chemical process vary, but also the plant used and the final product can be customized by location. For example, Malaysia has developed the capabilities to create biodiesel from palm o
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
Exam No.3 Student Name ENGR0135, Fall 2013 Instructor: Prof. Q.M. Wang Score: Problem 1. A beam is loaded with distributed loading, 1) Replace the distributed loading with an equivalent resultant force, and specify its location on the beam measured from p
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
Exam No.1 Student Name ENGR0135, Fall 2013 Instructor: Prof. Q.M. Wang Score: Problem 1 The magnitudes and directions of two forces FB and FC are shown in the figure, determine the magnitude and coordinate direction angles of their resultant force acting
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
Exam No.2 ENGR0135, Fall 2010 Instructor: Prof. Q.M. Wang 10/27/2013 Student Name: Score: Problem 1. (10%) An assembly is made of A36 steel (Youngs modulus is E=200GPa), which consists of two parts: AB and BC. If the gap between C and the rigid wall at D
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (01-1) Exam #1 1 hour, closed book ; yy ; yy ; yy y ; y ; 1) The class pictures on display in the windows of the Bevier Engineering Library are suspended by wires that have had a tendency to break over the y
School: Pittsburgh
STATICS AND MECHANICS OF MATERIALS, 2nd Edition RILEY, STURGES AND MORRIS Chapter 1 1-1 Calculate the mass m of a body that weighs 600 lb at the surface of the earth. SOLUTION m 1-2 W g 600 18.63 slug .. Ans. 32.2 Calculate the weight W of a bo
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Engineering Ethics
Cristian Riley ENGR 1500: Cost, Risk and Schedule Homework Assignment 14 Due: Tuesday, November 19, 2013 1. Consider the Bhopal tragedy in light of Chapter 10. Discuss one of the principles/concepts discussed in Chapter 10 that would apply to the Bhopal c
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Engineering Ethics
CristianRileyandAngusRobertson ENGR 1500: Cost, Risk and Schedule Homework Assignment 12 SourceArticle:http:/www.baltimorebrew.com/2013/09/09/residents-seek-answers-topotential-health-risks-at-harbor-point/ Harbor point in Baltimore is actively being rebu
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Engineering Ethics
Homework #9 Cristian Riley 1. What is whistle blowing? Whistle blowing is the act of conveying specific information regarding the morality behind an action or process carried out by an organization outside of the approved channels within said organization
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Engineering Ethics
Cristian Riley Angus Robertson Assignment 8 Youtube Thursday 10/16/13 https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gt1erifcJUg The video is a news clip about Lieutenant Rich Pearson from Kentucky, who was involved in a possible whistle blowing scenario. In 1998 Kyle Br
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Engineering Ethics
ENGR 1500: Balancing Cost, Schedule and Risk Homework Assignment 3 Due: September 17, 2013 Read: The DC-10s Defective Doors (CourseWeb) and the Hurt Memo Part 1: Put yourself in the position of Dan Applegate. Describe the ethical dilemma that Mr. Applegat
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Materials Structures And Properties
Ductility amount it can stretch before breaking Elastic modulus (modulus) amount of bending it can do, high modulus = high stiffness Thermal properties 1. Properties decline with increase Temp Kingdom - Families class subclass member - attributes 6 famili
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
DESIGN OF A CHEAP THERMAL SWITCH ENGR 0135 QING-MING WANG 12 OCTOBER 2012 GROUP MEMBERS: CHRISTIAN PITTS, MAX THORNE, TRENT DILLON ABSTRACT This report will describe the design problem, our solution, hypothesis, and our thinking as we went through each st
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
DESIGN OF A CHEAP THERMAL SWITCH ENGR 0135 QING-MING WANG 12 OCTOBER 2012 GROUP MEMBERS: CHRISTIAN PITTS, MAX THORNE, TRENT DILLON ABSTRACT This report will describe the design problem, our solution, hypothesis, and our thinking as we went through each st
School: Pittsburgh
STATICS AND MECHANICS OF MATERIALS, 2nd Edition RILEY, STURGES AND MORRIS Chapter 1 1-1 Calculate the mass m of a body that weighs 600 lb at the surface of the earth. SOLUTION m 1-2 W g 600 18.63 slug .. Ans. 32.2 Calculate the weight W of a bo
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Intro To Engineering Computing
MATLAB Data and Types: Arrays, Strings, Matrix Operations, Cell Arrays, and Structures, Mathematical functions with matrices (Sections 4.6, 4.7, and 4.9) Matrices, Arrays, Vectors & Scalars Scalar A single value A zero order array A 1 x 1 matrix Vector
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Intro To Engineering Computing
MATLAB Writing MATLAB Scripts (m-files) (4.10) Looping and Branching Purpose of an m file We have been entering commands one line at a time within the command window. This gets the job done or the problem solved but not very efficiently You can create s
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Intro To Engineering Computing
Application of MATLAB Solving Linear Equations (Section 4.11) And help for Homework #2! Linear Equations Recall - To solve for x, y, and z in the following equations, we can represent them as follows: 3x + 5z = 2y z = 2y 8 4(x + y) = 2(0.5 z) 3x 2y + 5z
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Intro To Engineering Computing
MATLAB Loading External Data Files (4.8) Telling MATLAB Where to Find Files Setting Present Working Directory (Current Folder) If an external file is not in the current directory, MATLAB will not be able to find it unless its path is known To enable MAT
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Intro To Engineering Computing
MATLAB Introduction, Getting Started, Demos, Mathematical Operations, Variable Names (Sections 4.1 to 4.5) Introduction to MATLAB MATLAB is a technical computing environment for highperformance numeric computation and visualization. MATLAB integrates nu
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Intro To Engineering Computing
MATLAB Fitting Curves to Data Section 4.14 Linear Regression Review of Basics learned in ENGR 11 The objective of regression analysis or curve fitting is to use information about one variable to study another. Simple linear regression involves fitting a
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Intro To Engineering Computing
MATLAB Basic Statistical Operations Loop controls Random Numbers (Section 4.12) 2 Statistical Operations Mean, Median, Mode Minimum and Maximum Variance and Standard Deviation Histograms Generating random numbers Measures of Central Tendency in Data Sets
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Intro To Engineering Computing
MATLAB Analyzing Equations (4.16) y=f(x) Analysis includes: Plotting and evaluating an equation Finding extreme points Finding the roots (zeros where y=0) Finding the area under the curve (integrating) Differentiation Using inline functions Purpose
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Intro To Engineering Computing
MATLAB Modular Programming with Function Calls (4.15) Modular Programming With programming experience you will begin to notice that many of the programs you write require some of the same steps (loading data, assign variables, re-running a program, etc.)
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Intro To Engineering Computing
1 MATLAB Plotting (and using the menu command) (Section 4.13) 2 Basic Plotting Using a new m-file, assign the following data set: x = [ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10]; y = [ 4 6 13 21 23 35 37 42 50 58]; Plot the data using the following MATLAB command: plot (x,
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Intro To Engineering Computing
MATLAB Images in MATLAB imread Reads in a picture file to a variable so that it can be accessed and displayed by your program Example Head=imread(heads.jpg) image and imshow image displays an image on a plot Must turn off the axis if not needed image(
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Engineering Ethics
Cristian Riley ENGR 1500: Cost, Risk and Schedule Homework Assignment 14 Due: Tuesday, November 19, 2013 1. Consider the Bhopal tragedy in light of Chapter 10. Discuss one of the principles/concepts discussed in Chapter 10 that would apply to the Bhopal c
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Engineering Ethics
I. BACKGROUND There are many ways to produce biofuels not only can the chemical process vary, but also the plant used and the final product can be customized by location. For example, Malaysia has developed the capabilities to create biodiesel from palm o
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Engineering Ethics
CristianRileyandAngusRobertson ENGR 1500: Cost, Risk and Schedule Homework Assignment 12 SourceArticle:http:/www.baltimorebrew.com/2013/09/09/residents-seek-answers-topotential-health-risks-at-harbor-point/ Harbor point in Baltimore is actively being rebu
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Engineering Ethics
Homework #9 Cristian Riley 1. What is whistle blowing? Whistle blowing is the act of conveying specific information regarding the morality behind an action or process carried out by an organization outside of the approved channels within said organization
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Engineering Ethics
Cristian Riley Angus Robertson Assignment 8 Youtube Thursday 10/16/13 https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gt1erifcJUg The video is a news clip about Lieutenant Rich Pearson from Kentucky, who was involved in a possible whistle blowing scenario. In 1998 Kyle Br
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Engineering Ethics
ENGR 1500: Balancing Cost, Schedule and Risk Homework Assignment 3 Due: September 17, 2013 Read: The DC-10s Defective Doors (CourseWeb) and the Hurt Memo Part 1: Put yourself in the position of Dan Applegate. Describe the ethical dilemma that Mr. Applegat
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Engineering Ethics
Cristian Riley Engineering Ethics HW #4 ENGR 1500: Balancing Cost, Risk and Schedule Homework Number 4: Incident at Morales and Responsibility in Engineering Due: September 24, 2013 This is based on the NIEE Video: Incident at Morales. A link for the vide
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Engineering Ethics
ENGR 1500: Cost, Risk and Schedule Cristian Riley Homework Assignment 7 Due: October 8, 2013 1. Discuss how the Tiles on the Shuttle article illustrates a situation of cost and schedule pressures effecting risk. The Tiles on the Shuttle article outlines m
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Engineering Ethics
CristianRiley ENGR 1500: Cost, Risk and Schedule Homework Assignment 11 Concerning health and safety in the workplace, I believe that both Boisjoly and Malloy had the organizations best interests at heart. In designing the O-ring backup measure, the two h
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Engineering Ethics
Assignment 15 Youtube Thursday http:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9ZktmrGGMU This video discusses the ethics behind the human trafficking incident at Hytex, a textile industry contracted by Nike. Australian newscasters investigate the squalid living condition
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
Exam No.3 Student Name ENGR0135, Fall 2013 Instructor: Prof. Q.M. Wang Score: Problem 1. A beam is loaded with distributed loading, 1) Replace the distributed loading with an equivalent resultant force, and specify its location on the beam measured from p
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
Exam No.1 Student Name ENGR0135, Fall 2013 Instructor: Prof. Q.M. Wang Score: Problem 1 The magnitudes and directions of two forces FB and FC are shown in the figure, determine the magnitude and coordinate direction angles of their resultant force acting
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (2131) Homework #1 Solution Set 1. The masses of the two bodies are 500 lb W1 lb s2 = = 15.5280 slug = 15.5280 g 32.2 ft/s2 ft W2 1500 lb lb s2 m2 = = = 46.5839 slug = 46.5839 g 32.2 ft/s2 ft m1 = Then, the
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (2131) Homework #5 Solution Set 1. (a) The perpendicular distances from line of action of the 3.5 kN force to the points A and B are the same, dA = dB = 4 m. Thus, the moments of this force about points A an
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (2131) Homework #6 Solution Set 1. The moment of the 40 lb force about point A is MA = (40 lb)(5 in) = 200 lb in Thus, the equivalent force-couple system at A is F = 40 lb , C = 200 lb in as shown below 40 l
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
Exam No.2 ENGR0135, Fall 2010 Instructor: Prof. Q.M. Wang 10/27/2013 Student Name: Score: Problem 1. (10%) An assembly is made of A36 steel (Youngs modulus is E=200GPa), which consists of two parts: AB and BC. If the gap between C and the rigid wall at D
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (2131) Homework #7 Solution Set 1. The shaded area can be divided into component areas in a number of dierent ways. For example, it could be divided into a large 8 in. 10 in. rectangle with two 3 in. 8 in. r
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (2131) Homework #4 Solution Set 1. Note rst that the cross-sectional areas are As = (1400 mm2 )(103 m/mm)2 = 1.4 103 m2 Ab = (2100 mm2 )(103 m/mm)2 = 2.1 103 m2 If Ps is the tensile axial force in the steel
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (2131) Homework #8 Solution Set 1. One should begin by drawing a free-body diagram for the beam, as shown below. There are horizontal and vertical reaction forces due to the pin support at A and a vertical r
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
Vidic 2:00 L06 SAFER ALTERNATIVES TO PESTICIDE USE IN AGRICULTURE Christian Brand (cdb64@pitt.edu) INTRODUCTION: HOW SAFE ARE PESTICIDES? of a pound per person on Earth. Noticing this astonished me. Using too much of a product like this can easily produce
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
f(x) Dat a Set 1 Graph f(x) = 2.07165396450.6007282136^x y Exponential Regression for y 1 0.5 0 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 0.7 0.45 0.2 -0.05 -0.3 -0.8 -1.3 -1.8 -2.3 -2.8 -3.3 -3.8 -4.3 2 1.5 0 0.2350018 0.4054651 -0.158041 -0.71335 -2.748872 -5.237333 -8.57
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials
Chapter 1 : Introduction Department of Mechanical Engineering Introduction What is mechanics? Fundamental quantities of mechanics Units of Measurements Dimensional consideration Newtons law Mass and Weight Significance of numerical results Free bo
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials
ENGR 0135 Chapter 5 -1 Moments Department of Mechanical Engineering Concept of moment Introduction to moment Moment about a point Moment about a line Couples Some examples Department of Mechanical Engineeri Characteristics of a moment O = moment cent
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (2131) Homework #5 Solution Set 1. (a) The perpendicular distances from line of action of the 3.5 kN force to the points A and B are the same, dA = dB = 4 m. Thus, the moments of this force about points A an
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (2131) Homework #6 Solution Set 1. The moment of the 40 lb force about point A is MA = (40 lb)(5 in) = 200 lb in Thus, the equivalent force-couple system at A is F = 40 lb , C = 200 lb in as shown below 40 l
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (2131) Homework #7 Solution Set 1. The shaded area can be divided into component areas in a number of dierent ways. For example, it could be divided into a large 8 in. 10 in. rectangle with two 3 in. 8 in. r
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (2131) Homework #8 Solution Set 1. One should begin by drawing a free-body diagram for the beam, as shown below. There are horizontal and vertical reaction forces due to the pin support at A and a vertical r
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (01-1) Exam #1 1 hour, closed book ; yy ; yy ; yy y ; y ; 1) The class pictures on display in the windows of the Bevier Engineering Library are suspended by wires that have had a tendency to break over the y
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (01-1) Exam #2 1 hour, closed book 1) The steel ( E = 200 GPa ) pipe ABC has an outer radius of 20 mm and an inner radius of 15 mm. If it fits snugly between the fixed walls at A and C before the collar at B
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (01-1) Exam #3 1 hour, closed book 1) Locate the centroid of the shaded area shown below. y 50 mm 100 mm yy ; yy ; yy ; yy ; x 100 mm 2) The 40 lb ladder AB is secured by a pin support at A and rests against
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 Fall 2000 (01-1) Final Exam December 12, 2000 Answer Five (5) Questions ENGR0013 Final Exam (00-3) 1) Rod AB is made of brass ( Eb = 15, 000 ksi , a b = 11.6 10-6 oF ) and rod CD is made of aluminum ( Ea = 1
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials
ENGR0135 - Design Project 2 Design of a Truss Structure for a Pedestrian Bridge Due: 11/30/12 As a project engineering team for a construction company, you have been given the task of designing a truss system to be used for a 40 ft.-long pedestrian bridge
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
Using Umbilical Cord Blood to Treat Cardiovascular Disease By Max Thorne and Trent Dillon Umbilicalcordbloodisa valuablemedicalresource becauseitcontainsahigh frequencyofveryproliferative stemcells.Thesecellsinclude hematopoietic,mesenchymal, unrestricted
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
C2 2263 ONE PATIENTS TRASH IS ANOTHER PATIENTS HOPE: THE PROSPECTS OF USING UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD IN FIGHTING CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE Trent Dillon (Tmd39@pitt.edu), Max Thorne (Met72@pitt.edu) Abstract - This paper will describe the potential use of umbilic
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
C2 2263 ONE PATIENTS TRASH IS ANOTHER PATIENTS HOPE: THE PROSPECTS OF USING UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD IN FIGHTING CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE Trent Dillon (Tmd39@pitt.edu), Max Thorne (Met72@pitt.edu) Abstract - This paper will describe the potential use of umbilic
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
Max Thorne met72@pitt.edu Trent Dillon tmd39@pitt.edu Focus: Bioengineering Title: Cord Blood and Cardiovascular Repair Section: 4:00-5:45 MoWeFri The focus of our paper will be how bioengineers and doctors alike harvest and utilize stem cells found in um
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
Introduction: This source will help you tell the story of Philip Meehan: http:/news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/8485106.stm Facts on the severity of heart disease: http:/www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs310/en/index.html UBC: Biological makeup of cord blood
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
Conference Session # Paper # PAPER FORMATTING SPECIFICATIONS FOR FRESHMAN CONFERENCE Name (email) and Name (email) Abstract - Your paper must include an Abstract introduced by the heading Abstract, as shown here, 10 pt. Times New Roman italics, bold, foll
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
C2 2263 ONE PATIENTS TRASH IS ANOTHER PATIENTS HOPE: THE PROSPECTS OF USING UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD IN FIGHTING CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE Trent Dillon (Tmd39@pitt.edu), Max Thorne (Met72@pitt.edu) Abstract - This paper will describe the potential use of umbilic
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
C2 2263 ONE PATIENTS TRASH IS ANOTHER PATIENTS HOPE: THE PROSPECTS OF USING UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD IN FIGHTING CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE Trent Dillon (Tmd39@pitt.edu), Max Thorne (Met72@pitt.edu) Abstract - This paper will describe the potential use of umbilic
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
C2 2263 ONE PATIENTS TRASH IS ANOTHER PATIENTS HOPE: THE PROSPECTS OF USING UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD IN FIGHTING CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE Trent Dillon (Tmd39@pitt.edu), Max Thorne (Met72@pitt.edu) Abstract - This paper will describe the potential use of umbilic
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
Introduction: This source will help you tell the story of Philip Meehan: http:/news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/8485106.stm Facts on the severity of heart disease: http:/www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs310/en/index.html UBC: Biological makeup of cord blood
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
C2 2263 ONE PATIENTS TRASH IS ANOTHER PATIENTS HOPE: THE PROSPECTS OF USING UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD IN FIGHTING CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE Trent Dillon (Tmd39@pitt.edu), Max Thorne (Met72@pitt.edu) Abstract - This paper will describe the potential use of umbilic
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
C2 2263 ONE PATIENTS TRASH IS ANOTHER PATIENTS HOPE: THE PROSPECTS OF USING UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD IN FIGHTING CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE Trent Dillon (Tmd39@pitt.edu), Max Thorne (Met72@pitt.edu) Abstract - This paper will describe in detail the potential use
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
C2 2263 Section 1 Introduction: We will commence our paper with a quick anecdote about the life of Philip Meehan, a man who was miraculously cured by cord blood after being diagnosed with leukemia. After briefly explaining this heart-warming story, we wil
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Mechanical Engineering Design
Review of Design #3 The first perk of the squeegee design is that it ensures the fact that the customer can scrub out any type of grime left in the bottle. The squeegee is also flexible so that the customer can get the sides of the bottle as well as the b
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Mechanical Engineering Design
Review of design #2: The retractable bottle brush or Porcupine design. There are some good features in this design. This particular design is a dry type brush that requires only a small amount of soapy water be inside the bottle before the brush wand is i
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Mechanical Engineering Design
Review of Design #1 One major pro of the Elliptical Head Washer is the fact that it is extremely easy to use. Whenever the water is turned on the product is running there are really no other moving parts that an individual has to worry about. Another plus
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Mechanical Engineering Design
Project Team being reviewed: GPR12 Project being reviewed: Adjustable Length Paper Towel Dispenser with Secure Cutting Mechanism Total Score = /170 Logo score = 17/20 Team 12 Minus the 2? What does that even stand for? Otherwise the logo and cover page ha
School: Pittsburgh
Course: Introduction To Mechanical Engineering Design
Project Team being reviewed: Purple Cobras: Group 3 Project being reviewed: Skateboard Lock Total Score = 136/170 Cover Page Score = 9/10 The cover page lists all of the necessary information, however the logo and team name do not very accurately express
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Course: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS
Exam 2 Review Format for Exam 2 Exam Date: Tuesday, March 29, 2011 Material covered: Chapters 1-7; also see the specific list of material below. Closed book and notes. Two sheets of formulas allowed (both sides) prepared by students. Stats tables will be
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Review material for Exam I for ENGR 0020 Chapter 1 Descriptive statistics 1. Graphical / Tabular Stem and Leaf Diagrams How to make How to read Frequency Distribution Histogram 2. Measures of Location Mean Median Mode 3. Measures of Variability Range (X )
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Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
Vidic 2:00 L06 SAFER ALTERNATIVES TO PESTICIDE USE IN AGRICULTURE Christian Brand (cdb64@pitt.edu) INTRODUCTION: HOW SAFE ARE PESTICIDES? of a pound per person on Earth. Noticing this astonished me. Using too much of a product like this can easily produce
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Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
Conference Session # Paper # PAPER FORMATTING SPECIFICATIONS FOR FRESHMAN CONFERENCE Name (email) and Name (email) Abstract - Your paper must include an Abstract introduced by the heading Abstract, as shown here, 10 pt. Times New Roman italics, bold, foll
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Course: Intro To Engineering Computing
MATLAB Data and Types: Arrays, Strings, Matrix Operations, Cell Arrays, and Structures, Mathematical functions with matrices (Sections 4.6, 4.7, and 4.9) Matrices, Arrays, Vectors & Scalars Scalar A single value A zero order array A 1 x 1 matrix Vector
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MATLAB Writing MATLAB Scripts (m-files) (4.10) Looping and Branching Purpose of an m file We have been entering commands one line at a time within the command window. This gets the job done or the problem solved but not very efficiently You can create s
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Application of MATLAB Solving Linear Equations (Section 4.11) And help for Homework #2! Linear Equations Recall - To solve for x, y, and z in the following equations, we can represent them as follows: 3x + 5z = 2y z = 2y 8 4(x + y) = 2(0.5 z) 3x 2y + 5z
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MATLAB Loading External Data Files (4.8) Telling MATLAB Where to Find Files Setting Present Working Directory (Current Folder) If an external file is not in the current directory, MATLAB will not be able to find it unless its path is known To enable MAT
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MATLAB Introduction, Getting Started, Demos, Mathematical Operations, Variable Names (Sections 4.1 to 4.5) Introduction to MATLAB MATLAB is a technical computing environment for highperformance numeric computation and visualization. MATLAB integrates nu
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MATLAB Fitting Curves to Data Section 4.14 Linear Regression Review of Basics learned in ENGR 11 The objective of regression analysis or curve fitting is to use information about one variable to study another. Simple linear regression involves fitting a
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MATLAB Basic Statistical Operations Loop controls Random Numbers (Section 4.12) 2 Statistical Operations Mean, Median, Mode Minimum and Maximum Variance and Standard Deviation Histograms Generating random numbers Measures of Central Tendency in Data Sets
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MATLAB Analyzing Equations (4.16) y=f(x) Analysis includes: Plotting and evaluating an equation Finding extreme points Finding the roots (zeros where y=0) Finding the area under the curve (integrating) Differentiation Using inline functions Purpose
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MATLAB Modular Programming with Function Calls (4.15) Modular Programming With programming experience you will begin to notice that many of the programs you write require some of the same steps (loading data, assign variables, re-running a program, etc.)
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1 MATLAB Plotting (and using the menu command) (Section 4.13) 2 Basic Plotting Using a new m-file, assign the following data set: x = [ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10]; y = [ 4 6 13 21 23 35 37 42 50 58]; Plot the data using the following MATLAB command: plot (x,
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MATLAB Images in MATLAB imread Reads in a picture file to a variable so that it can be accessed and displayed by your program Example Head=imread(heads.jpg) image and imshow image displays an image on a plot Must turn off the axis if not needed image(
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Course: Engineering Ethics
I. BACKGROUND There are many ways to produce biofuels not only can the chemical process vary, but also the plant used and the final product can be customized by location. For example, Malaysia has developed the capabilities to create biodiesel from palm o
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Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
Exam No.3 Student Name ENGR0135, Fall 2013 Instructor: Prof. Q.M. Wang Score: Problem 1. A beam is loaded with distributed loading, 1) Replace the distributed loading with an equivalent resultant force, and specify its location on the beam measured from p
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Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
Exam No.1 Student Name ENGR0135, Fall 2013 Instructor: Prof. Q.M. Wang Score: Problem 1 The magnitudes and directions of two forces FB and FC are shown in the figure, determine the magnitude and coordinate direction angles of their resultant force acting
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Exam No.2 ENGR0135, Fall 2010 Instructor: Prof. Q.M. Wang 10/27/2013 Student Name: Score: Problem 1. (10%) An assembly is made of A36 steel (Youngs modulus is E=200GPa), which consists of two parts: AB and BC. If the gap between C and the rigid wall at D
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ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (01-1) Exam #1 1 hour, closed book ; yy ; yy ; yy y ; y ; 1) The class pictures on display in the windows of the Bevier Engineering Library are suspended by wires that have had a tendency to break over the y
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ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (01-1) Exam #2 1 hour, closed book 1) The steel ( E = 200 GPa ) pipe ABC has an outer radius of 20 mm and an inner radius of 15 mm. If it fits snugly between the fixed walls at A and C before the collar at B
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Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (01-1) Exam #3 1 hour, closed book 1) Locate the centroid of the shaded area shown below. y 50 mm 100 mm yy ; yy ; yy ; yy ; x 100 mm 2) The 40 lb ladder AB is secured by a pin support at A and rests against
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Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 Fall 2000 (01-1) Final Exam December 12, 2000 Answer Five (5) Questions ENGR0013 Final Exam (00-3) 1) Rod AB is made of brass ( Eb = 15, 000 ksi , a b = 11.6 10-6 oF ) and rod CD is made of aluminum ( Ea = 1
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Course: Statics And Mechanincs Of Materials 2
INTRODUCTION The objective at hand is to design a pile and plank retaining wall that will stably transform a sloped topography while maintaining aesthetic features and minimizing cost. The structure includes piles, vertical beams that are planted into the
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Course: Materials Structures And Properties
Strength the resistance to plastic flow, maximum at tensile strength, onset at yield point, area under stress strain curve to fracture is work of fracture. Work hardening is when it is being stretched out, and the material becomes harder Toughness resista
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STATICS AND MECHANICS OF MATERIALS, 2nd Edition RILEY, STURGES AND MORRIS Chapter 1 1-1 Calculate the mass m of a body that weighs 600 lb at the surface of the earth. SOLUTION m 1-2 W g 600 18.63 slug .. Ans. 32.2 Calculate the weight W of a bo
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Course: Engineering Ethics
Cristian Riley ENGR 1500: Cost, Risk and Schedule Homework Assignment 14 Due: Tuesday, November 19, 2013 1. Consider the Bhopal tragedy in light of Chapter 10. Discuss one of the principles/concepts discussed in Chapter 10 that would apply to the Bhopal c
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CristianRileyandAngusRobertson ENGR 1500: Cost, Risk and Schedule Homework Assignment 12 SourceArticle:http:/www.baltimorebrew.com/2013/09/09/residents-seek-answers-topotential-health-risks-at-harbor-point/ Harbor point in Baltimore is actively being rebu
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Homework #9 Cristian Riley 1. What is whistle blowing? Whistle blowing is the act of conveying specific information regarding the morality behind an action or process carried out by an organization outside of the approved channels within said organization
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Course: Engineering Ethics
Cristian Riley Angus Robertson Assignment 8 Youtube Thursday 10/16/13 https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gt1erifcJUg The video is a news clip about Lieutenant Rich Pearson from Kentucky, who was involved in a possible whistle blowing scenario. In 1998 Kyle Br
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Course: Engineering Ethics
ENGR 1500: Balancing Cost, Schedule and Risk Homework Assignment 3 Due: September 17, 2013 Read: The DC-10s Defective Doors (CourseWeb) and the Hurt Memo Part 1: Put yourself in the position of Dan Applegate. Describe the ethical dilemma that Mr. Applegat
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Course: Engineering Ethics
Cristian Riley Engineering Ethics HW #4 ENGR 1500: Balancing Cost, Risk and Schedule Homework Number 4: Incident at Morales and Responsibility in Engineering Due: September 24, 2013 This is based on the NIEE Video: Incident at Morales. A link for the vide
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ENGR 1500: Cost, Risk and Schedule Cristian Riley Homework Assignment 7 Due: October 8, 2013 1. Discuss how the Tiles on the Shuttle article illustrates a situation of cost and schedule pressures effecting risk. The Tiles on the Shuttle article outlines m
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CristianRiley ENGR 1500: Cost, Risk and Schedule Homework Assignment 11 Concerning health and safety in the workplace, I believe that both Boisjoly and Malloy had the organizations best interests at heart. In designing the O-ring backup measure, the two h
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Assignment 15 Youtube Thursday http:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9ZktmrGGMU This video discusses the ethics behind the human trafficking incident at Hytex, a textile industry contracted by Nike. Australian newscasters investigate the squalid living condition
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Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (2131) Homework #1 Solution Set 1. The masses of the two bodies are 500 lb W1 lb s2 = = 15.5280 slug = 15.5280 g 32.2 ft/s2 ft W2 1500 lb lb s2 m2 = = = 46.5839 slug = 46.5839 g 32.2 ft/s2 ft m1 = Then, the
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Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (2131) Homework #5 Solution Set 1. (a) The perpendicular distances from line of action of the 3.5 kN force to the points A and B are the same, dA = dB = 4 m. Thus, the moments of this force about points A an
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Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (2131) Homework #6 Solution Set 1. The moment of the 40 lb force about point A is MA = (40 lb)(5 in) = 200 lb in Thus, the equivalent force-couple system at A is F = 40 lb , C = 200 lb in as shown below 40 l
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Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (2131) Homework #7 Solution Set 1. The shaded area can be divided into component areas in a number of dierent ways. For example, it could be divided into a large 8 in. 10 in. rectangle with two 3 in. 8 in. r
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Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (2131) Homework #4 Solution Set 1. Note rst that the cross-sectional areas are As = (1400 mm2 )(103 m/mm)2 = 1.4 103 m2 Ab = (2100 mm2 )(103 m/mm)2 = 2.1 103 m2 If Ps is the tensile axial force in the steel
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Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials 1
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (2131) Homework #8 Solution Set 1. One should begin by drawing a free-body diagram for the beam, as shown below. There are horizontal and vertical reaction forces due to the pin support at A and a vertical r
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Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
f(x) Dat a Set 1 Graph f(x) = 2.07165396450.6007282136^x y Exponential Regression for y 1 0.5 0 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 0.7 0.45 0.2 -0.05 -0.3 -0.8 -1.3 -1.8 -2.3 -2.8 -3.3 -3.8 -4.3 2 1.5 0 0.2350018 0.4054651 -0.158041 -0.71335 -2.748872 -5.237333 -8.57
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ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (2131) Homework #5 Solution Set 1. (a) The perpendicular distances from line of action of the 3.5 kN force to the points A and B are the same, dA = dB = 4 m. Thus, the moments of this force about points A an
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Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (2131) Homework #6 Solution Set 1. The moment of the 40 lb force about point A is MA = (40 lb)(5 in) = 200 lb in Thus, the equivalent force-couple system at A is F = 40 lb , C = 200 lb in as shown below 40 l
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Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (2131) Homework #7 Solution Set 1. The shaded area can be divided into component areas in a number of dierent ways. For example, it could be divided into a large 8 in. 10 in. rectangle with two 3 in. 8 in. r
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Course: Statics And Mechanics Of Materials
ENGR0135 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials 1 (2131) Homework #8 Solution Set 1. One should begin by drawing a free-body diagram for the beam, as shown below. There are horizontal and vertical reaction forces due to the pin support at A and a vertical r
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Course: Introduction To Engineering Analysis
Starting x Ending x y=x^3-2x^2+7 x y 0 7 0.2 6.928 0.4 6.744 0.6 6.496 0.8 6.232 1 6 1.2 5.848 1.4 5.824 1.6 5.976 1.8 6.352 2 7 2.2 7.968 2.4 9.304 2.6 11.056 2.8 13.272 3 16 3.2 19.288 3.4 23.184 3.6 27.736 3.8 32.992 4 39 4.2 45.808 4.4 53.464 4.6 62.0
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Course: Intro To Engineering Computing
x Raw data x 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0 -10 0.5 -5 1 3 1.5 6 2 10.4 3 20 Raw data 1.4 1.3 1.1 0.9 0.7 0.4 0.27 0.18 0.1 0 -0.2 -0.3 -0.4 200 8 120 9 160 10 190 Raw data Linear Regression for Raw data 100 50 0 -50 Raw data Linear Regression for Raw d
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V [m/s] 0.5 1 2 4 6 8 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 P [N/m2] 77 306 1218 4865 10920 19440 30340 68330 121400 189800 273200 372100 485300 614900 758700 Re 52000 104000 208000 416000 624000 832000 1040000 1560000 2080000 2600000 3120000 3640000 4160000 4680000
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Amanda Porter #7-86 V [m/s] 0.5 1 2 4 6 8 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 P [N/m2] 77 306 1218 4865 10920 19440 30340 68330 121400 189800 273200 372100 485300 614900 758700 Re 52000 104000 208000 416000 624000 832000 104000 0 156000 0 208000 0 260000 0 312000
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Course: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS
ENGR 0020: Probability & Statistics for Engineers I Homework - Chapter 8 (Due Monday, April 9, 2007) Answer the following questions from your text - SHOW ALL YOUR WORK IN ALL CASES: 1. Question 2, p. 324. Also, for valid hypotheses, state whether the
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Course: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS
Engineering 0020 Probability and Statistics 1 Solutions - Homework #7 Spring, 2007 6. a b /2=0.1/2=0.05 Z/2 = 1.645 84391.645(100/25) [8406.1; 8471.9] /2=0.08/2=0.04 Z/2 = 1.75 8439 1.75(100/25) [8404.0; 8474.0] 7. a b Since L=2Z/2(/n), it
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ENGR 0020: Spring 2007 Homework - Chapter 7 (Due: Wednesday, March 28) Answer the following questions from your text - SHOW ALL YOUR WORK IN ALL CASES: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Question 6, p. 290-291. Question 7, p. 291. Question 18, p. 298. Also calc
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Course: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS
ENGR 0020: Spring 2007 Homework Assignment 5 - Chapters 4.4, 4.6, 5.1, 5.2 Due Wednesday, Feb. 28) Answer the following questions from your text - SHOW ALL YOUR WORK IN ALL CASES: 1. Consider the data in Question 81, p. 139 (Chapter 3). a) What is th
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Course: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS
Engineering 0020: Probability and Statistics for Engineers 1 Spring, 2007; Solutions: Homework #4 8. a f(y) y 5 10 b c - f ( y )dy = (1 / 25) ydy + {(2 / 5) - (1 / 25) y}dy 0 5 2 5 10 = ( y / 50) | +{( 2 y / 5) - ( y / 50)} |10 = {(25 /
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ENGR 0020: Spring 2007 Homework - Chapter 4 (Due Wednesday, February 21) Answer the following questions from Chapter 4 of your text - SHOW ALL YOUR WORK IN ALL CASES and as always, get started early. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Give three
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Course: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS
ENGR 0020: Spring 2007 Homework - Chapter 3 (Due Monday, February 5) Answer the following questions from Chapter 3 of your text - SHOW ALL YOUR WORK IN ALL CASES. Please start early! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Question 2, p. 100. Question 14,
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ENGR 0020: Spring 2007 Homework - Probability (Due Monday, Jan 22) Answer the following questions from Chapter 2 of your text - SHOW ALL YOUR WORK IN ALL CASES: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Question 6, p. 57. Question 8, p. 58. Question 22, p. 66.
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Course: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS
ENGR 0020: Spring 2007 Homework - Chapter 1 (Due Wednesday, Jan 17) Answer the following questions from your text: 1. 2. Question 2, p. 10. Question 15, p. 23. Also take the creamy peanut butter data and based on five intervals of equal width, comput
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Course: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS
ENGR 0020: Spring 2007 Homework - Chapters 5, 6.1 1. Question 46, p. 242. 2. Question 48, p. 242. 3. Question 52, p. 243. 4. Question 54, p. 243. 5. Question 58, p. 246-247 6. Question 82, p. 251 7. Question 3, p. 266. 8. Question 9, p. 267. (Due: Ma
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Engineering 0020: Probability and Statistics for Engineers 1 Spring, 2007; Solutions: Homework #5 Chapter 4.4, 4.5 1. Based on data for Question 81, p139. a Let X be the time between aircraft arrivals. X ~ exp(=8) x = E(X) = 1/8 hr. = 7.5 minutes b P
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Course: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS
Engineering 0020: Probability & Statistics for Engineers 1 Spring 2007 Homework #3: Solutions 2. X = 1 if a randomly selected computer memory module is functional and X = 0 otherwise. X = 1 if a randomly selected automobile has automatic transmission
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Course: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS
Engineering 0020: Probability and Statistics for Engineers 1 Spring Term-2007; Solutions: Homework #2 6. a b c d S = { (1,2,3), (1,2,4), (1,2,5), (2,1,3), (2,1,4), (2,1,5), (1,3), (1,4), (1,5), (2,3), (2,4), (2,5), (3), (4), (5) } A = { (3), (4),
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Course: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS
Engineering 0020: Probability and Statistics for Engineers 1 Spring 2007; Solutions: Homework #1 1. Question 2 a) 29.1 yards, 28.3 yards, 24.7 yards, 31.0 yards. b) 432, 96, 184, 321 c) 7.1, 4.8, 6.3, 5.0 d) 7.4 g, 6.7 g, 7.1 g, 6.8 g (of course, t
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Course: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS
Engineering 0020: Probability and Statistics 1 (Spring, 2007) Solutions - Homework #8 2. a b c d e f g h Complies; upper tail test. Need to state alternative as Ha: < 20. Need to reverse the statements for Ho and Ha. Need to restate the hypothesis s
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Course: Materials Structures And Properties
Ductility amount it can stretch before breaking Elastic modulus (modulus) amount of bending it can do, high modulus = high stiffness Thermal properties 1. Properties decline with increase Temp Kingdom - Families class subclass member - attributes 6 famili