TO: Professor Can Sabuncu
FROM: Ryan Gupta
SUBJECT: Characterizing the Dynamic Response of a MultiFloor Structure Under Cyclic Loading
Introduction:
The objective of this experiment was to measure the dynamic response of a structure under
cyclic loading,
TO: Professor Wei Tong
From: Ryan Gupta
SUBJECT: Strain Measurements of a Beam Subject to Bending
Introduction:
The objective of this experiment was to study the relationship between load and bend
using a strain gage. Analyzing this relationship allowed f
TO: Professor Wei Tong
FROM: Ryan Gupta
SUBJECT: Image Based Motion Measurements
Introduction:
The objective of this experiment was to make motion measurements in several ways using the
movement of pictures. The first involves taking eleven still images o
Southern Methodist University
Lyle School of Engineering
ME2350 N02
To: Professor Can Sabuncu
From: Ryan Gupta
Subject: LabVIEW Learning Session 2
Background and Objective:
The purpose of this experiment was to get familiar with the LabVIEW interfact and
Design of a Heat Sink for the TO5 Power Transistor
Completed by: David Bride, Alyssa Daigle, Ryan Gupta, Manuel Hernandez, Alyssa
Holland, Lee Mak
Completed 03/24/2017
Southern Methodist University Lyle School of Engineering
ME 4338
The work on this desi
Design of a Centrifugal Pump for Plant B
Austin Brasher, Mackenzie Daly, Ryan Gupta, Brooke Jensen, Jackson Kleinert, Max Pakzad,
Taylor Whitcomb
Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017
Southern Methodist University  Lyle School of Engineering
ME 4338  Thermal S
TO: Professor Can Sabuncu
FROM: Ryan Gupta
SUBJECT: Characterizing the Transient Time Response of a Temperature Measurement System
Introduction:
In this lab we have 3 separate objectives. We aimed to investigate the transient response time
of a temperatur
Introduction
This experiment serves to demonstrate forced convection in a tube, while measuring the Nusselt
number as a function of Reynolds number. The first law of thermodynamics, described by
equation 1, can be used to calculate the heat transfer to a
Experiment 2: Temperature Measurement
September 30th, 2013
Joseph DeFelice Clark
Lab Instructor: Amir Ahmed
Lab Group: L01A
1
Table of Contents
Abstract3
Introduction.3
Experimental Procedure.4
Results and Discussion Part 1.6
Results and Discussion Part
Bernoulli Equation Measurement: Measurements in a Venturi Tube
Brandon Keith Adams
October 9, 2015
ME 2142, LO4C
Abstract:
This lab shows the results of using the Bernoulli equation to show that you can calculate the
static pressure and fluid velocity cha
Vortex Tube Group Experiment
Lab 4 Goup 1A
Austin Brasher, Brandon Adams, Maxwell Abouchar
Nomenclature
m c = cold outlet mass flow rate
m h = hot outlet mass flow rate
T c = cold outlet air temperature
T = inlet air temperature
T h = hot outlet air tempe
1. Objective
The goal of this lab was to familiarize oneself with different welding processes used in
the industry today. The areas of study in this lab focus on friction stir welding, laser beam
welding, gas tungsten arc welding, metal arc welding, and h
EXPERIMENT 1: DATA ANALYSIS
September 9th, 2013
Joseph DeFelice Clark
Lab Instructor: Amir Ahmed
1
Table of Contents
Abstract3
Introduction.3
Experimental Procedure.4
Results and Discussion Part 1.5
Results and Discussion Part 2.6
Results and Discussion P
Results at Discussion
Part 1
The values that were obtained for Part 1 of this lab, with pressure increasing, were
recorded in Table 1.1. The Pressure Gauge findings were recorded in kPa, and the
Voltmeter results were recorded in mV. The Monometer height
Lab 1: Viscosity Measurement
Brandon Adams
September 25, 2015
Instructor: Vahid Sadri
ME 2142 LO4C
Abstract:
This report details the measurement process of the viscosities of both water, and SAE 30W motor
oil. The measurements were taken using a Modified
Bernoulli Equation Measurement: Measurements in a Venturi Tube
Brandon Keith Adams
October 9, 2015
ME 2142, LO4C
Abstract:
This lab shows the results of using the Bernoulli equation to show that you can calculate the
static pressure and fluid velocity cha
In this lab, multiple charts were plotted from data acquired from a computer that
measured different parameters of the Rankine cycle. The figure below displays the inlet
and outlet turbine temperature against the time that the data was collected. In figur
Convective Heat Transfer from a Surface
Brandon Adams
Lad Date: February 18, 2016
Due Date: March 3, 2016
ME 3132 LO3
0
Nomenclature:
q
Heat Transfer, W
P
Power, W
h
heat transfer coefficient, W/m2K
Ts
Surface (Base) Temperature, K or C
T
Channel Tempera
Conduction Heat Transfer
Brandon Adams
Lab Date: February 4, 2016
Due Date: February 18, 2016
ME 3132LO3
1
Abstract:
The Heat Conduction experiment is performed to demonstrate Fouriers law for onedimensional, steady state, heat transfer. In this experime
Conduction Heat Transfer
Brandon Adams
Lab Date: February 4, 2016
Due Date: February 18, 2016
ME 3132LO3
1
Abstract:
The Heat Conduction experiment is performed to demonstrate Fouriers law for onedimensional, steady state, heat transfer. In this experime
Boundary Layer Experiment
Brandon Adams
November 13, 2015
Lab TA: Vahid Sadri
ME 2142  LO4C
Abstract
This report details the measurement of the boundary layer velocity profile for turbulent and laminar flow
over smooth and rough plates. Data was measured
Lab 1: Viscosity Measurement
Brandon Adams
September 25, 2015
Instructor: Vahid Sadri
ME 2142 LO4C
Abstract:
This report details the measurement process of the viscosities of both water, and SAE 30W motor
oil. The measurements were taken using a Modified
Boundary Layer Experiment
Brandon Adams
November 13, 2015
Lab TA: Vahid Sadri
ME 2142  LO4C
Abstract
This report details the measurement of the boundary layer velocity profile for turbulent and laminar flow
over smooth and rough plates. Data was measured
Mass flow rate is determined by equation 5
V
eq. 5 m=
where V
eq6.
is the mass flow rate, and
is the flow rate, m
U i=U i
is the density of the fluid.
q A ( T lm)
+
+
q
A
T lm
Nomenclature
q
Rate of Heat Transfer [W]
Ch
Capacity Rate of the hot wa
Convective Heat Transfer from a Surface
Brandon Adams
Lad Date: February 18, 2016
Due Date: March 3, 2016
ME 3132 LO3
0
Nomenclature:
q
Heat Transfer, W
P
Power, W
h
heat transfer coefficient, W/m2K
Ts
Surface (Base) Temperature, K or C
T
Channel Tempera
Boundary Layer Experiment
Brandon Adams
November 13, 2015
Lab TA: Vahid Sadri
ME 2142  LO4C
Abstract
This report details the measurement of the boundary layer velocity profile for turbulent and laminar flow
over smooth and rough plates. Data was measured
Intro to ME
9/3/14
Smart Phone:
1) They could help out with the design of it and make it more aesthetically pleasing so that more
people will want to buy the phone.
2) Mechanical Engineers could make sure they are making it lightweight and compact so that
Introduction To Computational Fluid Dynamics Fundamentals Of Finite Difference
ME 7337

Spring 2008
CSE 5337/7337 Information Retrieval and Web Search
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Spring 2017
Homework 1
Due: Wednesday February 8, 8 am.
notation: [x/y points] x=5337, y=7337
0. Approximately how many hours did you spent on this homework?
6 hours
1. Giv
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