Exam 2 (Graphics) Practice Questions
1. What is the standard engineering lettering style?
2. Engineering lettering should be how tall?
3. True/False: Engineering sketches should include design notes, the originators name, and
the date the sketch was made.

ENGR 111 A Exam 2 (Graphics)
Linear Engineering Design Process Steps
1. Problem Definition
2. Exploration of Ideas
3. Design
4. Analysis
5. Refinement and Optimization
6. Implementation
All steps of the Linear Engineering Design Process involve the use of

Outline of Topics for Final Project Technical Memo
Date:
To:
From:
Subject:
Objective of Project
Technical Approach
1. Analysis
2. Design
3. Fabrication
4. Testing of alternatives
5. Final Design
Summary of Dry-Run Results
Summary of Final-Run Results
Pic

Truss Testing Preview
ENGR 111 - Track A
Pivot block
Pivot point
L
Load weight
d
Load arm
Load pin
Counter weight
Base
Grommets
Truss Buster Rig
Truss Tester Components
Screws to
adjust load
arm
grommets
Load arm
Weights (2,3,4, & 5 lb)
Load plate and loa

ENGR-STEPS 111: Project 1 - Loading Truss to Failure
Objective:
The objective is to determine the load required to cause the designed truss to fail.
Purpose:
The load for failure obtained will be compared to the value predicted.
Equipment:
Truss tester ri

Trigonometry Facts and PS-Homework # 1 (PS_HW1)
From your early school days, you probably remember vaguely some trigonometric facts. Trig. is a vital
element of ALL calculations in many branches of engineering. In order to do it fast and accurately, you
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Exam Info
Time/Location:
Wed Oct 5 at 6:30pm
114 Richardson
Multiple Choice and workout
problems
Alternative Exam
(CVLB 421) 3:00pm and
(CVLB 418) 4:30pm (Same
Day) You arrange this with
me by Monday
Testable Topics (Problem
Solving:
Definition of Tr

Calculating Internal
Forces in a Truss using
Method of Joints.
Zero-force Members.
TR-7
ENGR 111 Track A
1
RAT 05_01
Take a NEW clean sheet of paper and write
Team
Number
Date
RAT 02_02
S ection Number
Name
P age
Reminder: Individual work
There are two pr

Review: Calculating
Reaction Forces in a Truss.
Two Force Members.
TR-6
ENGR 111 - Track A - Fall 2011
1
Learning Objectives
Review: Calculating force components and moments;
equilibrium of rigid bodies. Find unknown external forces
by using the equation

Static Equilibrium.
Forces & Moments.
Equilibrium of a Particle.
Equilibrium of a Rigid Body.
TR-4
1
Learning Objectives
When you complete this module you will be able to
Calculate the x-y components of a force given its
magnitude and angle.
Find unkno

Exam 1 Problem #24:
1 point - Free point for starting atleast the FBD
2 points - FBD - 3 forces and coordinate orientation; 1/2 point each
3 points - Right equations for Sum of X, Y and Moment to calculate external forces
3 points - FBD at 3 significant n

Exam 1 Topic List
ENGR 111 Track A
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Summing Forces: Procedure for using geometry to calculate force resultants and sums
Free Body diagram construction Procedure
Cables (ropes), forces in cables.
Reactions at Pin and Roller joints
Moment Calc

Sarah Phillips
UIN: 725000778
ENG 111-206
Departmental Video Essay: Chemical Engineering
The chemical engineering department at Texas A&M provides students with a
challenging and comprehensive undergraduate degree plan that prepares them for graduate
scho

Sarah Phillips
UIN: 725000778
ENG 111-206
Departmental Video Essay: Biomedical Engineering
A degree in biomedical engineering from Texas A&M provides students with the right
tools to help them solve the greatest healthcare problems of today. The degree pl

Sarah Phillips
UIN: 725000778
ENG 111-206
Departmental Video Essay: Electrical Engineering
The electrical engineering department at Texas A&M houses over 60 professors and
faculty dedicated to providing students with a comprehensive education. Electrical

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Homework Solutions Chapter 5
5.1 A = 145.6 lb
B = 109.4 lb
5.3 A = 33.3 lb
B = 53.3 lb
5.4 A = -53.3 lbs
B = 213.3 lb F = 120 lb
5.5 Cx = -5.625 N
Cy = 16.5 N
D = 9.375 N
5.6 B = 42.86 N
Ax = 68.57 N
5.8 d = 3.10 ft
B = 462.5 lb
5.10
a. Dy = (F/3) + (2P/3

Individual Homework Submission Guidelines for Problem Solving Assignments
Homework should be presented in a neat and professional manner. The following format
is required in this course. It is a means of organization and is not meant to punish you or
forc

Construction of a
Free Body Diagram
TR-3
Class 02-02
1
RAT 02_02
Take a NEW clean sheet of paper and write
Team
Number
Date
RAT 02_02
Section Number
Name
Page
Reminder: Individual work
There are two problems on this RAT.
Take 5 minutes to solve each of th

The Bridge Project.
How to Build a Stable Truss.
TR-2
1
PS RAT # 1 (Always individual)
Here comes your first
Readiness Assessment Test
(based on previous HWk and reading
assignment)
2
RAT #1
1. Use the Law of Sines to find two relationships
for the calcul

GC 5- Orthographics in AutoCAD
GC
ENGR 111
Learning Objectives
Learning
Name the three principle projection planes
and the dimensions that each one shows
Use AutoCAD to create orthographic views
of objects
Know the correct line weights for printing
dra

ENGR-STEPS 111 Project 1: Supermag Tensile Testing Apparatus Objective: The objective is to construct an apparatus that is capable of loading a Supermag stick that has two balls attached to it to failure. Purpose: Data collected from the apparatus will al

INTRODUCTION TO
AUTOCAD
ENGR 111A
Why CAD?
Computer Aided Drafting.
Tool engineers use to create designs.
Easier and more efficient than drafting by hand.
Consistency between users.
Basic AutoCAD commands
Display Options
Background color
Crosshairs

Class Administration
Before Class
Make sure that every one
has their Lego Kits.
Make sure that each
team has at least copy of
the Assignment Memo.
Having rulers handy
might be a smart idea
During Class
Make sure that every
team actually reads the
memo

GC-3
Pictorials
Illustrating 3D Objects Pictorials
Sketch pictorials of an object (either
oblique or isometric) given orthographic
views of the object.
Select the best orientation of an object
shown in pictorial.
Define what makes a drawing a: cavalier

Graphics Homework Assignments
Page 28 problem 1, and page 29 problem 3
Page 256, 257,258,259, and 260
Cavalier Oblique of Page 54 Problem 7
Cabinet Oblique of Page 51 Problem 2 and Page 52 problem 3
Isometric of Page 53 Problem 5 and problem 6
Problem 5Br

ORTHOGRAPHIC
PROJECTION
Missing Lines
Learning Objectives
Be able to understand the three-view drawing layout
to determine what lines are missing.
Be able to complete the orthographic views of each
object shown, to include visible, hidden and center
lin