DATA REDUCTION TECHNIQUES FOR LAB #5
MAE 350
1.
Raw data reduction
You have several measurements that you have made which need to be reduced to flowrate.
1.1. Bucket or weighing system.
With the bucket you used a 3:1 mechanical advantage system to determi
ME Measurement with Lab
Section 7B
Temperature Measurement with
4 different instruments.
Name: Dong Won Kwak
Faizan Ahmad, Edgard Jimenez
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace
Engineering
Rutgers University, Piscataway, New Jersey 08854
Abstract
The purp
650:349 MECHANICAL MEASUREMENTS
SECTION 4A
Strain Gage Measurements of
Constant Stress and Cantilever
Beams
DECEMBER 10, 2015
has one clamped end and one free end, on
which the load is applied.
Your Name Here1, Norwood Fisher, Lisa Grant, Walter
Kibby, Ke
ME Measurement with Lab
Section 7B
November 12, 2014
rate is dependent on the average area velocity over a
cross sectional area as shown by equation [1b].
Fluid Flow Measurements
Name: Dong Won Kwak
u ( r , ) dA= A
Faizan Ahmad, Edgard Jimenez
[1a]
Depar
SAMPLE CALCULATIONS FOR LAB #4 (PRESSURE)
Tank Blowdown
Your data:
Truncate Data
1. Remove data points before the valve was open (i.e. the plateau at the beginning of the test).
2. Remove points after the pressure gets below 30 psia (or 15 psig)
3. Add th
14:650:350 MECHANICAL MEASUREMENTS
SECTION 03
Strain Gage Measurements of
Constant Stress and Cantilever
Beams
DECEMBER 10, 2015
standard cantilever beam, which remains
constant along its length, but varies in axial
stress. Both types of cantilevered beam
INTRODUCTORY LINEAR ALGEBRA 640:250 (Section 02)
I. COURSE WEB PAGE:
II. SEMESTER:
III. LECTURES:
IV. EXAMS:
http:/www.math.rutgers.edu/courses/250/
Practice exams and other course materials can be found in the Sakai Course
Web
MAE Design &
Fall 2015 Critical Design Review
Manufacturing I
Solar Heated
Desalination System
Z - Professor Mona Zebarjadi
Benjamin Johannesson, Charlene Vance, Jack Kelliher,
RJ Napoleon, Adrian Savovici, David Budzinski, Khang
Lam, Adrian Savovici, Gre
650:350 Mechanical Engineering Measurements
Laboratory #6
Spring 2015
Temperature Measurements
I. PURPOSE.
The purpose of this laboratory exercise is to demonstrate the use of four different temperature
sensors: Mercury in Glass Thermometer, Resistance Te
650:349 Mechanical Engineering Measurements
Laboratory #4
Spring 2014
Pressure Measurements
I. PURPOSE
The purpose of this laboratory is to demonstrate the use of different pressure measuring devices.
The examined pressure measurements in this lab are
pr
PROBLEM 1.18
KNOWN: Calibration data
FIND: Plot data. Estimate K.
SOLUTION
The data are plotted below in semi-log format. A linear curve results.
This suggests y = aebx. Plotting y vs x in semi-log format is equivalent to
plotting
log y = log a + bx
From
COURSE SYLLABUS
COURSE TITLE: Design of Mechanical Components
TERM & YEAR: Spring 2016
COURSE NUMBER: 14:650:342 (3 credits)
TIME & PLACE:
Wed 10:20 am 11:40 pm & Fri 3:20pm 4:40 pm in SEC 118
INSTRUCTOR:
Prof. Howon Lee (howon.lee@rutgers.edu)
Office h
revised 01/18/16
Spring, 2016
640:250 Introduction to Linear Algebra
MATLAB Sections 250-C1,C3 (Goonetilleke)
Text: Spence, Insel & Friedberg Elementary Linear Algebra: A Matrix Approach, 2nd Edition
ISBN # 978-0-13-187141-0, Prentice-Hall, Upper Saddle R
Rutgers University
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
14:650:351 / Spring 2016
Thermodynamics
Course Information
Instructor
Prof. Stephen Tse
B-232A Busch Campus Engineering Building
Office Phone: 848-445-0449
e-mail: sdytse@rci.rutgers.edu
http:/coewww
MAE 350 Lecture 13
Lecture presentation was developed by
Dr. Jingang Yi, Associate Professor of MAE
Department of Rutgers University in Fall
2014, and modified by Dr. Gulsad Kucuk.
What is a Mechatronic System?
Mechatronic Systems
We will cover the follo
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering of
Rutgers University
MAE 350 Engineering Measurements
Spring 2015
Solutions to Problems in Homework #4
Problem 7.5
KNOWN:
fs = 400 Hz
Want to focus on information below 200 Hz.
Signal information exists
PROBLEM 8.5
KNOWN: Plot the resistance of a platinum wire as a function of diameter given,
length, l = 5 m
diameter, 0.1 D 2 mm
resistivity, e = 9.83 10-6 -cm
FIND: The resistance of the wire, R, as a function of diameter.
SOLUTION:
Since
R=
e l
and Ac =
34 Chapter 1 Basic Concepts of Measurement Methods
1.14
1.15
1.16
1.17
1.18
Table 1.7 Clock Calibration Data
Standard Time
Clock 1:00:00 2:00:00 3:00:00
Indicated Time
A 1:02:23 2:02:24 3:02:25
B 1:00:05 2:00:05 3:00:05
0 1:00:01 1:59:58 3:00:01
E
MAE 350 Lecture 3
Lecture presentation was developed by Dr. Jingang Yi, Associate
Professor of MAE Department of Rutgers University in Fall
2014, modified by Dr. Amirkulova
Second-Order Systems
Suppose a system is described by
We arrange the above equati
MAE 350 Lecture 5
Lecture presentation was developed by Dr. Jingang Yi, Associate
Professor of MAE Department of Rutgers University in Fall 2014, and
modified by Dr. F.A. Amirkulova.
Measurement Errors
Random errors: vs.
systematic errors
We do not cons
MAE 350 Lecture 4
Lecture presentation was developed by Dr. Jingang Yi, Associate
Professor of MAE Department of Rutgers University in Fall
2014, modified by Dr. Amirkulova
Probability and Statistics
We consider the following measurement problem:
Estimat
MAE 350 Lecture 9
Lecture presentation was developed by Dr. Jingang Yi,
Associate Professor of MAE Department of Rutgers
University in Fall 2014, and modified by Dr. Gulsad Kucuk.
Pressure and Velocity Measurements
We will cover the following topics in t