Introduction To Computational Fluid Dynamics Fundamentals Of Finite Difference
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M6931 Homework 1
1.
A 30hour nonreplacement test is carried out on 10 samples of a product. By the end of
the test, there are 7 failures, and the failure times (in hours) are recorded in the Table
below. Examination of the failed samples reveals that th
Appendix B Table B1 FMECA of ElectroHydraulic system
Number
Component
1.1
Ram preventer
Failure Mode of Components
Failure of ram to close
(completely)
Internal leakage through
mechanically closed ram
Failure of ram to open
(completely)
Potential Causes
Appendix B Table B2 FMECA of FullyElectric system
Number
Component
Failure Mode of Components
Ram preventer
Failure of ram to close (completely)
1.1
Potential Causes
Mechanical failure of the valve due to wear out,
improper positioning and arrangement
E
M6931 Homework 3 Solutions
1. In the following system (Figure 2), blocks a, b, c, d and e are individual components with
reliabilities Ra, Rb, Rc, Rd and Re, respectively. Block G is a subsystem with a 2/10
configuration (m/N configuration).
a
G
c
b
e
d
M6931 Homework 2 Solutions
1. Cassette tape recorders.
Solutions:
(a) The cassette tape is a series system:
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
7
(b)
For a series system with all components having constant failure rate, the system failure rate
is:
N
0.0003* 2 + 0.0002* 2 + 0
Homework 4 Solutions
1. A furniture company has excess manpower and equipment capacity. Management
decided to allocate these resources to the manufacture of new products. After a detailed
marketing analysis, a shortage of highquality crutches was discove
M6931 Homework 1 Solutions
1.
A 30hour nonreplacement test is carried out on 10 samples of a product. By the end of
the test, there are 7 failures, and the failure times (in hours) are recorded in the Table
below. Examination of the failed samples revea
Thermal Fluid And Mechanical Measurements In Electronics
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ME2350
Department of Mechanical Engineering SMU
LabVIEW Learning Lab #1: Temperature Measurements
Objective
1) To get familiar with the LabVIEW user interface, to learn the basic control of LabVIEW, and
to know about the basic connection between NI myDAQ
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Answers and Hints for Problem Set #2
371) (a) Solution Outline: Use equation 319 with yc hc 4m and p 0 0 .
Answer: FR 2.84 kN
(b) Solution Outline: By symmetry, the center of pressure (c.p.) is on a vertical line
through the center of the window. The ve
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Answers and Hints for Problem Set #10
4116) Solution Outline: Use equation 433 to compute the vorticity vector. [Note: the book
uses to represent the vorticity vector instead of .]
Answer: 0 the flow is irrotational.
1038C) Solution Outline: See pp. 53
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Answers and Hints for Problem Set #13
1189) Solution Outline: FBD of the airplane at lift off (vertical forces only):
FL
U
W
Lift and weight balance just as the plane lifts off the ground. Assuming the same wing
configuration and atmospheric conditions,
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Laboratory Guide
ME 2131 Thermodynamic
s
Laboratory
Southern Methodist University
Mechanical Engineering Department
Page

1
Format of
Lab Reports:
Lab reports should be
typed in
and should begin with a cover page
(Textbook Chp 2.7
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Homework 1  Solution
Athletics  Solution
1a)
The men of a certain college engage in various sports in the following
proportions:
football
30%
basketball
20%
baseball
20%
football and basketball
5%
football and baseball
10%
basketball and
Homework Problems (Set S) for ES 220, Fluid Dynamics
James R. Rice and Shreyas Mandre
28 August 2009; updated 8 September 2009
This set (called Set S) of ES 220 Homework Problems is taken from the fall 2008 presentation of ES 220 by Howard A. Stone. This
.4532. Consider a tapered twonone element with a linear displancmgm rum 3; in Exam“,
2+] where the eroaaaeetional area An = Am [1 — {1+ Aug, where Am and AM are
the initial cross—sectional areas at nodea 1 and 2. Assume that the nominal siren P ix
also
Institut Gramme LIEGE
January 2010
Dr. Ir. P. BOERAEVE
Charg de cours
Introduction To The
Finite Element Method
(FEM)
P. Boeraeve
The Finite Element Method
page 2
Contents of this chapter :
CHAPITRE 1.
THE FINITE ELEMENT METHOD.4
1.1 SEVEN STEPS IN THE FI
SECTION 12.6
Polar Moments of Inertia
15
Polar Moments of Inertia
Problem 12.61 Determine the polar moment of inertia IP of an isosceles triangle of base b and altitude h with respect to its apex (see Case 5, Appendix D) Solution 12.61 Polar moment of i
SECTION 11.5
Columns with Eccentric Axial Loads
697
Problem 11.513 A frame ABCD is constructed of steel wideflange members (W 8 21; E 30 10 6 psi) and subjected to triangularly distributed loads of maximum intensity q0 acting along the vertical members
12
Review of Centroids and Moments of Inertia
Differential Equations of the Deflection Curve
The problems for Section 12.2 are to be solved by integration.
Problem 12.21 Determine the distances x and y to the centroid C of a right
triangle having base b
682
CHAPTER 11
Columns
Columns with Other Support Conditions
The problems for Section 11.4 are to be solved using the assumptions of ideal, slender, prismatic, linearly elastic columns (Euler buckling). Buckling occurs in the plane of the figure unless st
SECTION 11.9
Design Formulas for Columns
711
Problem 11.99 Determine the allowable axial load Pallow for a steel pipe column that is fixed at the base and free at the top (see figure) for each of the following lengths: L 6 ft, 9 ft, 12 ft, and 15 ft. The
11 #
Columns Chapter Title
Idealized Buckling Models
Problem 11.21 through 11.24 The figure shows an idealized structure consisting of one or more rigid bars with pinned connections and linearly elastic springs. Rotational stiffness is denoted R and tra
SECTION 9.11
Representation of Loads on Beams by Discontinuity Functions
615
Representation of Loads on Beams by Discontinuity Functions
Problem 9.111 through 9.1112 A beam and its loading are shown in the figure. Using discontinuity functions, write th
588
CHAPTER 9
Deflections of Beams
Nonprismatic Beams
Problem 9.71 The cantilever beam ACB shown in the figure has moments of inertia I2 and I1 in parts AC and CB, respectively. (a) Using the method of superposition, determine the deflection B at the fre
SECTION 9.5
Method of Superposition
571
q0
Problem 9.511 Determine the angle of rotation B and deflection B at the free end of a cantilever beam AB supporting a parabolic load defined by the equation q q0 x 2/L2 (see figure).
y A
B
x
L
Solution 9.511
Ca
SECTION 9.9
Castigliano's Theorem
601
Castigliano's Theorem
The beams described in the problems for Section 9.9 have constant flexural rigidity EI. Problem 9.91 A simple beam AB of length L is loaded at the lefthand end by a couple of moment M0 (see fig
SECTION 9.4
Differential Equations of the Deflection Curve
559
Differential Equations of the Deflection Curve
The beams described in the problems for Section 9.4 have constant flexural rigidity EI. Also, the origin of coordinates is at the lefthand end o
SECTION 7.3
Principal Stresses and Maximum Shear Stresses
439
Problem 7.39 A shear wall in a reinforced concrete building is subjected to a vertical uniform load of intensity q and a horizontal force H, as shown in the first part of the figure. (The forc