Online study resources available anywhere, at any time
High-quality Study Documents, expert Tutors and Flashcards
Everything you need to learn more effectively and succeed
We are not endorsed by this school |
- Course Hero has verified this tag with the official school catalog
We are sorry, there are no listings for the current search parameters.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
We don't have any study resources available yet.
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 09 1.) Arm wrestlers can develop their muscles, but they can only do so much to strengthen their bones. The force exerted on the hand causes torsion of the humerus. Let us assume the cross-se
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 01 Solutions Problem 1 A B 1m 1m D 1m Given: A system comprised of wooden bars and steel cables. F D Find: Normal force in cables AD, BE and FK 1m E 3m G Solution: H 4m FBD member KL C 1m 1m
School: Texas Tech
Course: Statics
CE 2301 Statics Homework Set 7 - Spring Semester 2010 Problem 1. Given: Cables AB, AC, and AD support the bucket hanging from the knot at A. The bucket weighs 152lb . Find the tension in each cable. (For Clarity: Knot A lies directly below the origin of c
School: Texas Tech
Course: Geotechnical Engineering Design
CE 4321: DESIGN PROJECT ASSIGNMENT NO.2 DEVELOPMENT OF SHALLOW FOUNDATION DESIGN CHART Types of Foundations: Although there are different types of foundations that can be used for this project, it is recommended to use deep foundation design to best assur
School: Texas Tech
Course: Statics
CE 2301 Statics Homework Set 6 - Spring Semester 2010 y Problem 1. Given: For the system shown to the right, F = 30 kN . Find the tension in the cable, T , and the angle that F makes with the vertical. Neglect the masses of the cable and the pulley. A Fre
School: Texas Tech
Course: Geotechnical Engineering Design
CE 4321: GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN Solution for Homework Assignment No. 8 1. Problem No. 7.5. A proposed office building will include an 8-ft-in square, 3-ft deep spread footing that will support a vertical downward load of 160k. The soil below this
School: Texas Tech
Course: Statics
CE 2301 Statics Homework Set 7 - Spring Semester 2010 Problem 1. Given: Cables AB, AC, and AD support the bucket hanging from the knot at A. The bucket weighs 152lb . Find the tension in each cable. (For Clarity: Knot A lies directly below the origin of c
School: Texas Tech
Course: Geotechnical Engineering Design
CE 4321: DESIGN PROJECT ASSIGNMENT NO.2 DEVELOPMENT OF SHALLOW FOUNDATION DESIGN CHART Types of Foundations: Although there are different types of foundations that can be used for this project, it is recommended to use deep foundation design to best assur
School: Texas Tech
Course: Statics
CE 2301 Statics Homework Set 6 - Spring Semester 2010 y Problem 1. Given: For the system shown to the right, F = 30 kN . Find the tension in the cable, T , and the angle that F makes with the vertical. Neglect the masses of the cable and the pulley. A Fre
School: Texas Tech
Course: Geotechnical Engineering Design
CE 4321: GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN Solution for Homework Assignment No. 8 1. Problem No. 7.5. A proposed office building will include an 8-ft-in square, 3-ft deep spread footing that will support a vertical downward load of 160k. The soil below this
School: Texas Tech
Course: Geotechnical Engineering Design
CE 4321: DESIGN PROJECT ASSIGNMENT NO.1 REVIEW AND ANALYSIS OF GEOTECHNICAL DATA Due Date: Thursday, October 4, 2011 OBJECTIVE The objective of this assignment is to develop a Design Soil Profile for your project site based on review of the data provided.
School: Texas Tech
Course: Geotechnical Engineering Design
CE 4321 HOMEWORK SOLUTION Homework Assignment No. 7 1. Problem 6.4 (page 197) from Class textbook [4 Points] 2. Problem No. 6.5. A 120-ft diameter cylindrical tank with an empty weight of 1,900,00 lb (including the weight of the cylindrical mat foundation
School: Texas Tech
Anas Kaleemullah Final Essay Assignment XL-0201(Sec 032) Spring 2011 Mr. Rivera The XL 0201 strategies for learning class has been quiet of an experience for me. Ive learned quite of few things on managing myself with studies and getting thing done. Since
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
Spring 2014 Exam II CE 3303 Mechanics of Solids Question 1: Stress-Strain Diagram On the diagram provided, label the points and regions on the stress-strain diagram which represents the following: (10 points) 1) a) Yield Stress, Y b) Ultimate Stress, u c)
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
PracticeProblems Exam 3 CE3303Mechanics of Solids Question1:BendingStress Thefollowingbeamissimplysupported:BisapinandDisaroller.Thebeamhasarectangularcross sectionwithdimensionsasshown. 1)Determinethemagnitudeofthemaximumbendingstress(BEND)atC. A 44.4ps
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 1/21/2014 Name:_ Quiz 1 1. Your undergraduate Major is Civil Engineering. 2. List the assumptions made in Fluid Mechanics. Fluid is Newtonion Fluid is Continuous Fluid is Incompressible 3. Define a Fluid. A fluid does not resist shear stress
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 09 1.) Arm wrestlers can develop their muscles, but they can only do so much to strengthen their bones. The force exerted on the hand causes torsion of the humerus. Let us assume the cross-se
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 01 Solutions Problem 1 A B 1m 1m D 1m Given: A system comprised of wooden bars and steel cables. F D Find: Normal force in cables AD, BE and FK 1m E 3m G Solution: H 4m FBD member KL C 1m 1m
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303 001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 27 1.) Determine the equations of the elastic curve for the shaft using double integration and the x orientation shown. What is the deflection at 6.0 m from A? 5.0 kN m 10.0 m A 3.0 m B x 2.)
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 09 Solutions Problem 1 Given: The force exerted on the hand causes torsion of the humerus. Assume the cross-section of this wrestlers humerus is approximated as hollow with an outer diameter
School: Texas Tech
CE 3354 Engineering Hydrology Assignment 2 Solution This assignment makes use of 3 files that are provided: Kendallcontourws.png (This file is used for Problem 1) Junction.png (This file is used for Problem 2) TX_Katemcy_20121203_TM_geo_location.pdf (This
School: Texas Tech
CE3354EngineeringHydrology Homework 1 Solution Problem 1 Solve problems 1.6 - 1.9 from your text book. Problem 1.6 A lake with a surface area of 1050 acres was monitored over a period of time. During a onemonth period, the inflow was 33 cfs, the outflow w
School: Texas Tech
Course: Geotechnical Engineering Lab
1 of 8 Standard Procter Compaction Test Group 2 Geotech Lab Spring 2014 CE3121-304 Tuesday Test Date: February 18, 2014 Report Date: February 21, 2014 CONTENTS PURPOSE . 1 PROCEDURE . 2 DEVIATION FROM ASTM STANDARD. 2 TABLE OF RESULTS . 2 FIGURES . 3 DISC
School: Texas Tech
Course: Structural Analysis
LabReportII Introduction Straintestsareusedtodisplaytheforcesbeingappliedtoanobject.Strainisameasure thatisaffectedbyloadingofanobject.Straintestsareusedtoanalyzetheresultsof forcesonanobject.Inthislab,weexaminedtheoutcomesofpressureandstrainonan aluminum
School: Texas Tech
Course: Structural Analysis
LabReportII Introduction Straintestsareusedtodisplaytheforcesbeingappliedtoanobject.Strainisameasure thatisaffectedbyloadingofanobject.Straintestsareusedtoanalyzetheresultsof forcesonanobject.Inthislab,weexaminedtheoutcomesofpressureandstrainonan aluminum
School: Texas Tech
Course: Structural Analysis
LabReportII Introduction Straintestsareusedtodisplaytheforcesbeingappliedtoanobject.Strainisameasure thatisaffectedbyloadingofanobject.Straintestsareusedtoanalyzetheresultsof forcesonanobject.Inthislab,weexaminedtheoutcomesofpressureandstrainonan aluminum
School: Texas Tech
School: Texas Tech
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305MECHANICS OF FLUIDS Spring 2014 Time and Location: 8:00 am 9:20 am, T, R Civil Engineering 001 Instructor: Sreeram Singaraju, Ph.D Candidate (You can all call me Mr. Ram) Civil Engineering, Room 4 (806) 742 1287 X 264 sreeram.singaraju@ttu.edu Offi
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 09 1.) Arm wrestlers can develop their muscles, but they can only do so much to strengthen their bones. The force exerted on the hand causes torsion of the humerus. Let us assume the cross-se
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 01 Solutions Problem 1 A B 1m 1m D 1m Given: A system comprised of wooden bars and steel cables. F D Find: Normal force in cables AD, BE and FK 1m E 3m G Solution: H 4m FBD member KL C 1m 1m
School: Texas Tech
Course: Statics
CE 2301 Statics Homework Set 7 - Spring Semester 2010 Problem 1. Given: Cables AB, AC, and AD support the bucket hanging from the knot at A. The bucket weighs 152lb . Find the tension in each cable. (For Clarity: Knot A lies directly below the origin of c
School: Texas Tech
Course: Geotechnical Engineering Design
CE 4321: DESIGN PROJECT ASSIGNMENT NO.2 DEVELOPMENT OF SHALLOW FOUNDATION DESIGN CHART Types of Foundations: Although there are different types of foundations that can be used for this project, it is recommended to use deep foundation design to best assur
School: Texas Tech
Course: Statics
CE 2301 Statics Homework Set 6 - Spring Semester 2010 y Problem 1. Given: For the system shown to the right, F = 30 kN . Find the tension in the cable, T , and the angle that F makes with the vertical. Neglect the masses of the cable and the pulley. A Fre
School: Texas Tech
Course: Geotechnical Engineering Design
CE 4321: GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN Solution for Homework Assignment No. 8 1. Problem No. 7.5. A proposed office building will include an 8-ft-in square, 3-ft deep spread footing that will support a vertical downward load of 160k. The soil below this
School: Texas Tech
Course: Geotechnical Engineering Design
CE 4321: DESIGN PROJECT ASSIGNMENT NO.1 REVIEW AND ANALYSIS OF GEOTECHNICAL DATA Due Date: Thursday, October 4, 2011 OBJECTIVE The objective of this assignment is to develop a Design Soil Profile for your project site based on review of the data provided.
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 09 Solutions Problem 1 Given: The force exerted on the hand causes torsion of the humerus. Assume the cross-section of this wrestlers humerus is approximated as hollow with an outer diameter
School: Texas Tech
Course: Geotechnical Engineering Design
CE 4321 HOMEWORK SOLUTION Homework Assignment No. 7 1. Problem 6.4 (page 197) from Class textbook [4 Points] 2. Problem No. 6.5. A 120-ft diameter cylindrical tank with an empty weight of 1,900,00 lb (including the weight of the cylindrical mat foundation
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303 001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 27 1.) Determine the equations of the elastic curve for the shaft using double integration and the x orientation shown. What is the deflection at 6.0 m from A? 5.0 kN m 10.0 m A 3.0 m B x 2.)
School: Texas Tech
Course: Geotechnical Engineering Design
CE 4321: GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN Solution for Homework Assignment No. 9 1. Problem 7.15. A 190-k column load is to be supported on a 10- ft square, 3-ft deep spread footing underlain by young, normally consolidated sandy soil. The results of a rep
School: Texas Tech
Course: Principles Of Structural Design
Chapter 3 3-1 What is the significance of the critical stress? (a) with respect to the structure of the concrete? A continuous pattern of mortar cracks begins to form. As a result there are few undamaged portions to carry load and the stress-strain curve
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Fluids
Problem 6.7 Equations and Assumptions: Solution Problem 6.10 Equations and Assumptions: Solution
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Fluids
Problem10.21: Oilflowsdownwardinapipeataslopeof30degreeswiththegivenproperties. Findthepressuregradientalongthepipe(psf/ft). Given: V=2ft/s D=0.1ft =102lbfs/ft2 =0.0057ft2/s S=0.9 Equations: p 8Vavg sin L R2 R V D Solution: p 8(2 ft s)(102 lbfs / ft 2
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Fluids
Kvalve Kbend Kentrance Kbend Kbend Kbend EGL HGL P Kentrance Kcontraction EGL Kvalve HGL Kbend Kbend Kvalve Kentrance Kvalve EGL HGL T
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Fluids
Problem1: Forthesystembelow,findtheflowrateifthefluidisoilat20degreesC.Assumethe densityis97kg/m3andthedynamicviscosityis0.29Ns/m2.Checkwhetheryour analysisisvalidbasedontheflowregime. Given: 917kg / m 3 0.29N s / m 2 T 20C Equations: p V12 V2 z1 2 2
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Fluids
Problem: Determine the change in the kinematic viscosity of air that is heated from 10C to 70C. Assume standard atmospheric pressure. Given: (a) T1 = 10C (b) T2 = 70C Equations and Assumptions: (1) From Table A.3, v70 = 1.99x10-5 m2 /s (2) From Table A.3,
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Fluids
Problem: It takes a certain length of time for the liquid level in a tank of diameter D to drop from position h1 to position h2 as the tank is being drained through an orifice of diameter d at the bottom. Determine the -groups that apply to this problem.
School: Texas Tech
Course: Structural Analysis
CE 3440 Structural Analysis, Exam 1 - Spring 2006 Name _ SHOW ALL CALCULATIONS AND ANSWERS ON THE TEST SHEET. SHOW CORRECT UNITS AND DIRECTIONS. ONE 3X5 INDEX CARD (OR EQUIVALENT AREA) ALLOWED AND IS TO BE TURNED IN WITH EXAM. Problem 1: Determine the rea
School: Texas Tech
Course: Structural Analysis
CE 3440 Structural Analysis, Exam 2 Fall 2005 Name _ SHOW ALL CALCULATIONS AND ANSWERS ON THE TEST SHEET. SHOW CORRECT UNITS AND DIRECTIONS. ONE 3X5 INDEX CARD (OR EQUIVALENT AREA) ALLOWED AND IS TO BE TURNED IN WITH EXAM. Problem 1: Use Moment-Area Metho
School: Texas Tech
Course: Civil And Environmental Engineering
Generated by CamScanner Generated by CamScanner
School: Texas Tech
Course: Civil And Environmental Engineering
Generated by CamScanner Generated by CamScanner
School: Texas Tech
Course: Civil And Environmental Engineering
Generated by CamScanner Generated by CamScanner
School: Texas Tech
Course: Civil And Environmental Engineering
Generated by CamScanner Generated by CamScanner
School: Texas Tech
Course: Civil And Environmental Engineering
Generated by CamScanner Generated by CamScanner
School: Texas Tech
Course: Civil And Environmental Engineering
Generated by CamScanner Generated by CamScanner
School: Texas Tech
Course: Civil And Environmental Engineering
Generated by CamScanner Generated by CamScanner
School: Texas Tech
Course: Structural Analysis
CE 3440 Structural Analysis, Quiz 3 Fall 2007 SHOW ALL CALCULATIONS, FREE BODY DIAGRAMS AND SOLUTIONS ON THE QUIZ SHEET IN THE SPACE PROVIDED. SOLUTIONS SHOULD HAVE THE CORRECT UNITS AND DIRECTIONS FOR FULL CREDIT. THIS QUIZ IS CLOSED BOOK, CLOSED NOTES A
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Fluids
Complete 8.4, 8.7, and 8.31 in the Crowe, et.al. book. Also complete the following: Problem: Given the cross-section below, find the critical depth if the flow through the section is equal to 0.5 m3/s and the top width is 1m. 1m yc=? 65 65 Problem: For ea
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Fluids
Problem: Find the primary dimensions of each of the following terms. Given: (kinetic pressure), where is density and V is velocity (a) (Weber number), where r is density, V is velocity, L is length, and is (d) surface tension Equations and Assumptions: (1
School: Texas Tech
Course: Intro To Geotechnical Engineering
SOLUTION CE 3321 BONUS HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT - II The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) uses Test Method Tex-113-E: Laboratory Compaction Characteristics and Moisture Density Relationship for Base Materials used in roadway construction. The test pa
School: Texas Tech
Course: Intro To Geotechnical Engineering
SOLUTION CE 3321 HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT NO. 2 1) [4 points] Using the formula tan a = tan sin where: a = apparent dip angle = dip angle = angle between strike and cross-sectional plane tan a = tan 38o sin 43o a = 28 Beddingplaneswithapparentdip=28 34 2) [
School: Texas Tech
Course: Intro To Geotechnical Engineering
SOLUTION CE 3321 BONUS HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT - I A sample of moist soil has following properties: a. Water (moisture) Content = 24% b. Degree of Saturation = 76% c. Specific Gravity of Solids, Gs = 2.72 I. Use the formulas given on Slide No. 37 of Ch 4. Soi
School: Texas Tech
Course: Intro To Geotechnical Engineering
SOLUTION CE 3321 HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT NO. 1 1) [3 points] Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic Intrusive Clastic Carbonates Foliated Non-foliated Granite Rhyolite Sandstone Limestone Slate Quartzite Diorite Andesite Shale Chalk Schist Marble Gabbro 2) Extrusive
School: Texas Tech
Course: Intro To Geotechnical Engineering
SOLUTION CE 3321 HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT NO. 6 1. Data provided is plotted on the Water Content (%) versus Number of drops graph as shown below. Then the best-fit straight line is drawn and from the line the LL of the soil is determined. Liquid Limit, LL = 46
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Fluids
Problem: Calculate the density and specific weight of carbon dioxide at a pressure of 300 kN/m2 absolute and 60C. Given: (a) (b) (c) (d) Carbon dioxide RCO2 = 189 J/kgK (from Table A.2 - Crowe, et al., 2009) T = 60C P = 300kPa Equations and Assumptions: (
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Fluids
Problem3.103: Abarge20ftwideand50ftlongisloadedwithrocksasshown.Assumethatthe centerofgravityoftherocksandbargeislocatedalongthecenterlineatthetop surfaceofthebarge.Iftherocksandthebargeweigh400,000lbf,willthebarge floatuprightortipover? Given: l=50ft.,b=
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Fluids
Problem: At a temperature of 60F, what pressure must be imposed in order for water to boil. Given: (a) Water at a temperature of 60F Equations and Assumptions: (1) From Table A.5, Pv = 0.256 psia Solution: Cavitation (boiling) of water occurs when the loc
School: Texas Tech
Course: Intro To Geotechnical Engineering
SOLUTION CE 3321 HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT NO. 4 1. Problem 4.1 [6 points] A cube of moist soil weighs 330 lb and has a volume of 3.00 ft3. Its moisture content is 27.0% and the specific gravity of solids is 2.72. Compute the void ratio, porosity, degree of sat
School: Texas Tech
Course: Intro To Geotechnical Engineering
SOLUTION CE 3321 HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT NO. 7 Work Problem 5.7 but modified in the following manner. Determine the USDA Classification of Soils D, F and G. Show how you arrive at the final classification. [4 points]. 1. Percent Passing Soil Percent of Fracti
School: Texas Tech
Course: Intro To Geotechnical Engineering
SOLUTION CE 3321 HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT NO. 8 1. Work Problem 6.6. Based on Table 6.2 note that minimum required relative compaction for fills that support buildings is 90% of maximum dry density as determined by Modified Proctor Compaction Test (ASTM D1557)
School: Texas Tech
Course: Intro To Geotechnical Engineering
SOLUTION CE 3321 HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT NO. 3 1. A geotechnical site exploration program would typically include the following preliminary tasks as a first step towards developing a suitable plan for drilling and sampling. Briefly describe (in 1 or 2 sentenc
School: Texas Tech
Course: Intro To Geotechnical Engineering
SOLUTION CE 3321 HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT NO. 5 1. Problem 4.10 [4 points] From Figure 4.13 in textbook (also shown on page 2 of this solution) you can obtain following information. Soil A Soil B Soil C 87 0 0 13 62 100 0 38 0 100 100 100 %Fines =% passing #20
School: Texas Tech
Course: Civil And Environmental Engineering
Generated by CamScanner Generated by CamScanner
School: Texas Tech
Course: Civil And Environmental Engineering
Generated by CamScanner Generated by CamScanner
School: Texas Tech
Course: Statics
CE 2301 Statics Homework Set 7 - Spring Semester 2010 Problem 1. Given: Cables AB, AC, and AD support the bucket hanging from the knot at A. The bucket weighs 152lb . Find the tension in each cable. (For Clarity: Knot A lies directly below the origin of c
School: Texas Tech
Course: Geotechnical Engineering Design
CE 4321: DESIGN PROJECT ASSIGNMENT NO.2 DEVELOPMENT OF SHALLOW FOUNDATION DESIGN CHART Types of Foundations: Although there are different types of foundations that can be used for this project, it is recommended to use deep foundation design to best assur
School: Texas Tech
Course: Statics
CE 2301 Statics Homework Set 6 - Spring Semester 2010 y Problem 1. Given: For the system shown to the right, F = 30 kN . Find the tension in the cable, T , and the angle that F makes with the vertical. Neglect the masses of the cable and the pulley. A Fre
School: Texas Tech
Course: Geotechnical Engineering Design
CE 4321: GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN Solution for Homework Assignment No. 8 1. Problem No. 7.5. A proposed office building will include an 8-ft-in square, 3-ft deep spread footing that will support a vertical downward load of 160k. The soil below this
School: Texas Tech
Course: Geotechnical Engineering Design
CE 4321: DESIGN PROJECT ASSIGNMENT NO.1 REVIEW AND ANALYSIS OF GEOTECHNICAL DATA Due Date: Thursday, October 4, 2011 OBJECTIVE The objective of this assignment is to develop a Design Soil Profile for your project site based on review of the data provided.
School: Texas Tech
Course: Geotechnical Engineering Design
CE 4321 HOMEWORK SOLUTION Homework Assignment No. 7 1. Problem 6.4 (page 197) from Class textbook [4 Points] 2. Problem No. 6.5. A 120-ft diameter cylindrical tank with an empty weight of 1,900,00 lb (including the weight of the cylindrical mat foundation
School: Texas Tech
Course: Geotechnical Engineering Design
CE 4321: GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN Solution for Homework Assignment No. 9 1. Problem 7.15. A 190-k column load is to be supported on a 10- ft square, 3-ft deep spread footing underlain by young, normally consolidated sandy soil. The results of a rep
School: Texas Tech
Course: Principles Of Structural Design
Chapter 3 3-1 What is the significance of the critical stress? (a) with respect to the structure of the concrete? A continuous pattern of mortar cracks begins to form. As a result there are few undamaged portions to carry load and the stress-strain curve
School: Texas Tech
Course: Principles Of Structural Design
A C D B 30'-0" (typical) 1 A-1 1st Floor Plan 1,2,3 A-4 1 36'-0" (typical) 2 3 4 AISC Office Building Steel Building Case Study Lawrence, Kansas A ISC D esign E ngineers A-1 Sheet # : 1 of 5 Sheet:
School: Texas Tech
Course: Principles Of Structural Design
A C D B 30'-0" (typical) 1 A-2 2nd and 3rd Floor Plans 1,2,3 A-4 1 36'-0" (typical) 2 3 4 AISC Office Building Steel Building Case Study Lawrence, Kansas A ISC D esign E ngineers A-2 Sheet # : 2 of 5 Sheet:
School: Texas Tech
Course: Principles Of Structural Design
1 S-7 2 S-7 N-S Section (Service) Load Diagrams E-W Section (Service) Load Diagrams 7 of 9 Sheet: S-7 Sheet # : Steel Building Case Study Lawrence, Kansas A ISC D esign E ngineers AISC Office Building
School: Texas Tech
Course: Principles Of Structural Design
Wind Loading : Exposure _ Type _ I= V= Gust Factor = Cp (Windward) = Cp (Leeward) = 1/3 Windward Wind Loading S-8 2/4 S-8 Leeward Wind Loading 8 of 9 Sheet: S-8 Sheet # : Steel Building Case Study Lawrence, Kansas A ISC D esign E ngineers AISC Office Buil
School: Texas Tech
Course: Principles Of Structural Design
Seismic Loading : Soil Profile _ Seismic Performance Category _ Occupancy Category _ Importance Factor = V= K= 1 S-9 N-S Seismic Loading Rain Loading : Snow Loading : 2 S-9 4 S-9 Add _ psf Rain-on-Snow Surcharge Load Cs = Class _ Exposure _ Rain Loading d
School: Texas Tech
Course: Principles Of Structural Design
2 A-5 E-W Section/Elevation AISC Office Building Steel Building Case Study Lawrence, Kansas 1 A-5 N-S Section/Elevation A ISC D esign E ngineers A-5 Sheet # : 5 of 5 Sheet:
School: Texas Tech
Course: Principles Of Structural Design
COPING STRIP DIMENSIONED LUMBER 1 A-4 152' T.O. STEEL SINGLE-WYTHE BRICK VENEER ADJUSTABLE BRICK TIE TYVEK INFILTRATION BARRIER O.S.B. RIGID SHEATHING CAP FLASHING 6" BATT INSULATION 6" STEEL STUD CANT STRIP 1 1/2" STONE BALLAST BUILT-UP ROOF MEMBRANE 2"
School: Texas Tech
Course: Principles Of Structural Design
CE 3305 - Mechanics of Fluids 28 October 2010 /0 t;-t EXAM-2 OPEN TEXTBOOK ONLY 00 I NOTE: You must show all of your units in your solutions. You must clearly state "':1'-and all assumptions you are making to-complete your answers and justify those assump
School: Texas Tech
Course: Principles Of Structural Design
= 0 + 2 = 2 + = = = = = 0 = = (2 1 ) = = , 2 2 = + , 2 2 2 1 1 + + 1 + 2 = = =1 2 2 2 + + 2 + 2 6.9 1.8 + 3.7 1 1.11 = = Remodel = Reprototype = = = 1 2 1 ( ) 3 (0 ) 2 2 2 = =
School: Texas Tech
Course: Principles Of Structural Design
1 36'-0" (typical) 2 3 4 A AISC Office Building B 30'-0" (typical) 1,2,3 A-4 MECHANICAL C Sheet # : A-3 D 1 A-3 Roof Plan and Penthouse Floor Plan Sheet: 3 of 5 Steel Building Case Study Lawrence, Kansas A ISC D esign E ngineers
School: Texas Tech
Course: Principles Of Structural Design
They are many personnel changes that can be made at the treatment plant that would make it more sustainable, but the most important way to do that is to keep the employees motivated. A worker that is motivated and energized will work at a higher and more
School: Texas Tech
Course: Principles Of Structural Design
1. Circle all that are correct: a. PV = nRuT b. PV = nRT c. P = RT 2. Circle all that are correct: a. The specific volume is the mass divided by the volume b. The specific gravity is the ratio of the density of the fluid to the density of the water c. The
School: Texas Tech
Course: Construction Steel Structures
PROJECT: STEEL BUILDING DESIGN CASE STUDY SUBJECT: COLUMN DEAD LOAD TAKE OFF LOAD TABLE - COLUMN DEAD LOAD (LB/FT 2) SHEET COLUMN DEAD LOAD UNDERNEATH TYPICAL FLOOR (LB/FT 2) SLAB (4-3/4" Light WT. Concrete) 38 (Lightweight Concrete Density = 96 PCF) MECH
School: Texas Tech
Course: Construction Steel Structures
PROJECT: STEEL BUILDING DESIGN CASE STUDY SUBJECT: LOAD TAKEOFF SHEET 9 of 131 RAIN LOADS (per ASCE 7-05) Notation: R - rain on the undeflected roof, in pounds per square inch ds - depth of water on the undeflected roof up to the inlet of the secondary dr
School: Texas Tech
Course: Construction Steel Structures
PROJECT: STEEL BUILDING DESIGN CASE STUDY SUBJECT: DECK SELECTION SHEET 8 of 131 DECK SELECTION PER VULCRAFT STEEL ROOF AND FLOOR DECK MANUAL ROOF DECK SELECTION Fire rating: 1 HR (see sheet 3) Vulcraft page 18 "Roof Deck Fire Resistance Ratings" Exposed
School: Texas Tech
Course: Construction Steel Structures
PROJECT: STEEL BUILDING DESIGN CASE STUDY SUBJECT: GRAVITY LOADS (LOAD TABLES) SHEET 7 of 131 TYPICAL FLOOR DEAD LOAD (LB/FT2) TO SLAB TO JOISTS TO GIRDERS TO COLUMNS SLAB (4-3/4" Light WT. Concrete) 38 38 38 38 (Lightweight Concrete Density = 96 PCF) MEC
School: Texas Tech
Course: Construction Steel Structures
PROJECT: STEEL BUILDING DESIGN CASE STUDY SUBJECT: INTERIOR COLUMN DESIGN SHEET 71 of 131 Design Columns for the lightest W10's and W12's section. Columns are to be sized for two options: Option I Continuous, Option II with Splices. Then prices are to be
School: Texas Tech
Course: Construction Steel Structures
Homework #2 Assigned: Wednesday 09/09/09 Due: Monday 09/14/09 Problem 1 . For the cross-sectionof a beam shown below, determine the nominal flexural strength, M using the , rectangular stress block concept specified by ACI 10.2.7. Use the compressive stre
School: Texas Tech
Course: Construction Steel Structures
PROJECT: STEEL BUILDING DESIGN CASE STUDY SUBJECT: INTERIOR COLUMN DESIGN SHEET 71 of 131 Design Columns for the lightest W10's and W12's section. Columns are to be sized for two options: Option I Continuous, Option II with Splices. Then prices are to be
School: Texas Tech
Course: Statics
CE 2301, Statics, Homework Assignment 1, Spring Semester 2010 Problem 1. Given: The quantities shown in (a) through (f). Convert: Each quantity to the units indicated. Show all work. significant digits: (a) 100 km to hr ft s (b) 22.0 kPa to psf ft (c) 32.
School: Texas Tech
Course: Statics
CE2301,Statics,HomeworkAssignment2,SpringSemester2010. Problem1. Given:InCaseAandCaseB,twoforcesactatpointOasshown. Findtheresultantofthetwoforces, R = A + B .Indicatetheorientationofthelinesofactionofthe resultantsfromthehorizontalreference. A = 40lb Ca
School: Texas Tech
Course: Statics
CE 2301, Statics, Homework Assignment 3, Fall Semester 2010. Problem 1. Given: In Case A and Case B, two forces act at point O as shown. Find: In each case, (a) write both forces as Cartesian vectors and (b) determine the resultant of the two forces, R =
School: Texas Tech
Course: Statics
CE 2301 Statics Homework Set 5 - Spring Semester 2010 Problem 1. Given: Systems shown below. Sketch Free Body Diagrams for the particle indicated in each system. (a) Pulley B C B A F = 15 kips Free Body Diagram of Pulley B T B T F = 15 kips (b) Pulley B A
School: Texas Tech
Course: Statics
CE 2301 Statics Spring Semester 2009 - Homework Set 9 250lb Problem 1. Given: The 250lb force acts at point C on the circular rod. "O" denotes the center of curvature for the rod with 2 ft radius. Find the moment of the 250lb force about points A and B th
School: Texas Tech
Course: Statics
CE 2301, Statics, Homework Assignment 4, Spring Semester 2010 z Problem 1. Given: Forces F1 and F2 have their tails at the B ( 6, 3, 2 ) ft origin of coordinates and point towards points A and B, respectively. A ( 8, 8, 4 ) ft F1 = 150 lb Express both
School: Texas Tech
Course: Statics
z CE 2301 Statics - Homework Set 10 Spring Semester 2010 D Problem 1. Force F = 594 lb acts from A towards D, as shown. Determine the magnitudes of the moments of force C B F about lines: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) OC OD CD BC DE CG FG O G x 2 i 5 j + 2
School: Texas Tech
Course: Statics
CE 2301 Statics Homework Set 8 - Spring Semester 2010 4 kip force acts on point A of rod AB as o shown. Rod AB is 11in. long. The angle = 7 . Problem 1. A Determine the moment of the force about point B by (a) the scalar approach and (b) the vector approa
School: Texas Tech
Course: Environmental Engineering
Water Treatment at Lubbock There are lots of ways to reduce energy consumption at the City of Lubbocks water treatment plant. The best way would probably be use alternative forms of energy to run the water treatment plant. Alternative energy is energy tha
School: Texas Tech
Course: Environmental Engineering
Solutions: 1. 2. 3. AnswerX=1.82x103g/m3SO2
School: Texas Tech
Anas Kaleemullah Final Essay Assignment XL-0201(Sec 032) Spring 2011 Mr. Rivera The XL 0201 strategies for learning class has been quiet of an experience for me. Ive learned quite of few things on managing myself with studies and getting thing done. Since
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
' vs ks Flow regime Classification ' > ks Hydraulically smooth Re ' < ks Fully rough Friction governing equation Friction is a function of Re or ks / D ks / D ' = ks Transitional Re and ks / D ' > ks Laminar Re 1 Re = 1.8 log 6.9 f 3.7 1 = 2.0 * log
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
Graphical explanation of Specific Energy y Es = y v2/2g Subcritical flow, Fr<1 ycritical Supercritical flow, Fr>1 Es Es,minimum, Fr = 1 Insights from the graph: 1) = + 2 22 2 as Es = y. where 2 2 is the distance between the cureve and the line designated
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
Channel Flow Control and Measurement Flow rate can be controlled and measured by blocking the channel and allowing a known volume to move through. The following table is a discussion of some of these measures. Channel Control Measures Underflow Gate Type
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
Spring 2014 Exam II CE 3303 Mechanics of Solids Question 1: Stress-Strain Diagram On the diagram provided, label the points and regions on the stress-strain diagram which represents the following: (10 points) 1) a) Yield Stress, Y b) Ultimate Stress, u c)
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
PracticeProblems Exam 3 CE3303Mechanics of Solids Question1:BendingStress Thefollowingbeamissimplysupported:BisapinandDisaroller.Thebeamhasarectangularcross sectionwithdimensionsasshown. 1)Determinethemagnitudeofthemaximumbendingstress(BEND)atC. A 44.4ps
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 1/21/2014 Name:_ Quiz 1 1. Your undergraduate Major is Civil Engineering. 2. List the assumptions made in Fluid Mechanics. Fluid is Newtonion Fluid is Continuous Fluid is Incompressible 3. Define a Fluid. A fluid does not resist shear stress
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 02/11/2014 Name:_ Quiz 7: Recap 1. Define Fluid (Engineering definition based on Physics and Chemistry) A fluid does not resist shear stress and takes the shape of the container it is in. Its molecules rotate around each other. 2. Derived di
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 04/29/2014 Name:_ Quiz 18 1. How do you calculate the average velocity in open channels with depth greater than 2 m? Measure the velocity at 60% of the depth 2. The relationship between Hydraulic Radius (RH) and Hydraulic Diameter (DH) can b
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 5/6/2014 Name:_ Quiz 29 (8 Points) 1. Differentiate between Rapidly Varied Flow and Gradually Varied Flow (2 Points) Rapidly Varied Flow: Flow depth changes over shorter distances Gradually Varied Flow: Flow depth changes over longer distanc
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 05/01/2014 Name:_ Quiz 28 1. Describe flow profile classification criteria using the Froude Number in open channel flow. (3 Points) Fr = 1 - Critical Flow; Fr > 1 - Super Critical Flow; Fr < 1 - Sub Critical Flow 2. The Mannings equation to
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 04/29/2014 Name:_ Quiz 27 1. How do you calculate the average velocity in open channels with depth greater than 2 m? Average velocity is calculated as an average value of velocity at 20% and 80 % of the depth 2. The relationship between Hydr
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 04/15/2014 Name:_ Quiz 23 1. The principle of Conservation of Momentum is derived from Newtons 2nd Law. 2. Describe the steps involved in solving problems based on momentum (2 Points) a) Selecting a control volume b) Identifying all forces o
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 04/22/2014 Name:_ Quiz 25: Recap 1. List the various forces encountered in fluids (2 points) Force due to Gravity Force due to Elasticity Force due to Pressure Force due to Inertia (Kinetic Force) Force due to Surface Tension Force due to Fr
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 04/17/2014 Name:_ Quiz 24 1. A structural component that is used to turn fluid jet is called a Vane. 2. Define and describe the characteristics of Dimensional Homogeneity Every additive term in an equation must have the same dimensions. 3. D
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 04/08/2014 Name:_ Quiz 21 1. The Darcys friction factor for turbulent flow through a pipe is given by 64/Re. (True/False) 2. The Darcy-Weisbach equation for calculating Head loss in a pipe system is given by (Write the equation and describe
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 04/03/2014 Name:_ Quiz 20 1. In the irrotational core effects of friction are negligible. 2. The entry length ratios for Laminar and Turbulent flows are 0.05Re and 10, respectively. 3. In Laminar flow, the average velocity is half the maximu
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 04/10/2014 Name:_ Quiz 22 1. Minor losses cannot be recovered (True/False) 2. Total headloss in a piping system is equal to major loss + minor loss. 3. The minor loss coefficient (KL) has units of meters (True/False) 4. The Darcys friction f
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 04/01/2014 Name:_ Quiz 19 1. Flow patterns that are in between Laminar and Turbulent flows are Transitional Flows. 2. Reynolds number is the ratio of Inertial Force and Viscous Force respectively. 3. Wetted perimeter is defined as the length
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 03/25/2014 Name:_ Quiz 17 1. A Pump adds energy to a system while a Turbine removes energy from a system. (2 Points) 2. Describe the Energy equation in terms of head (Write the expression and what each term in the expression means) (3 Points
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 03/06/2014 Name:_ Quiz 14 1. List any four (4) assumptions made by the Bernoullis Equation (2 Points) 2. Match the definitions with their appropriate terms from the list (3 Points) Definition Terms Constant Velocity along streamline Uniform
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 03/10/2014 Name:_ Quiz 15: Recap 1. Given that A and B are two points in a fluid system and if PA PB = - 11 KPa, the fluid in the system will move from B to A. 2. A machine containing a fluid is at a pressure of 9.5 KPa at a temperature of 3
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 03/27/2014 Name:_ Quiz 18 1. If fluid flow is idealized, EGL is Constant. 2. For open channels HGL is located at the free surface. 3. A steep drop in the EGL (or the HGL) is caused by a turbine and a steep rise is caused by a pump. 4. EGL an
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 02/20/2014 Name:_ Quiz 10 1. The forces on submerged surfaces can be characterized by Magnitude of the force and Location of the resultant. (2 Points) 2. For Submerged surfaces, the center of pressure (yp) is the same as the center of the ob
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 03/04/2014 Name:_ Quiz 13 1. List the three Conservation Laws (3 Points) a. Conservation of mass b. Conservation of momentum c. Conservation of Energy 2. Reynolds Transport Theorem describes the relationship between a system and a control vo
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 02/18/2014 Name:_ Quiz 9 1. Define Fluid (Engineering definition based on Physics and Chemistry) A fluid is defined as a loosely packed molecule that cannot resist shear force 2. The principles of analyzing manometers can also be used to cal
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 02/11/2014 Name:_ Quiz 7: Recap 1. Define Fluid (Engineering definition based on Physics and Chemistry) A fluid is defined as a loosely packed molecule that cannot resist shear force 2. Derived dimensions are described by two (2) or more pri
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 02/27/2014 Name:_ Quiz 12 1. Define what a Hydrometer is (in words) (1.5 Points) A device that can be used to measure (calculate) the specific gravity of a fluid (liquids) 2. Define Righting moment (in words) (1.5 Points) Moment required to
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 02/25/2014 Name:_ Quiz 11 1. The resultant force on the submerged planar surface is maximum when the submerged planar surface is vertical. 2. Describe the Archimedes Principle (in words) (2 Points) An object wholly or partially submerged in
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 02/05/2014 Name:_ Quiz 6 1. If density is constant, any two points in the fluid can be related as (Name the process and write the expression) Process: Hydrostatic Equation or 2. List 2 pressure measuring devices Manometer, Piezometer, Bourda
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 1/23/2014 Name:_ Quiz 2 1. The Universal Gas Constant (Ru) and the specific gas constant (R) are related as 2. Temperature is an example of the Intensive property of a fluid (True/False) 3. The relationship between density () and specific we
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 1/28/2014 Name:_ Quiz 3 1. Zero velocity near the wall is also referred to as No slip condition. 2. Define Viscosity (in words) Measure of the resistance of a fluid to deformation 3. As temperature increases, the viscosity of a liquid decrea
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 1/21/2014 Name:_ Quiz 1 1. Your undergraduate Major is Your Response Here Engineering. 2. List the assumptions made in Fluid Mechanics. The fluid is (a) Continuous (b) Incompressible (c) Newtonian 3. Define a Fluid. A fluid is defined as a l
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 1/30/2013 Name:_ Quiz 4 1. The surface tension for the same force and length is greater for a bubble versus a droplet (TRUE / FALSE) 2. Define Capillary Action (in words) Rise or fall of a liquid in a small diameter tube inserted into a stat
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Date: 02/04/2014 Name:_ Quiz 5 1. Define Saturated Temperature. (in words) Temperature at which a pure substance changes phase 2. The units and dimensions of Pressure are Pa, psi, N/m2 etc. and M/LT2, respectively. (2 Points) 3. The Ideal Mechanic
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
0.9 2.14 m 2.14 m
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
Example problem on Curved Surface
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
As Diameter of Pipe increases Slope of the lines decreases HGL in Blue EGL in Red
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
Endpapers.indd Page 2 13/06/12 3:04 PM user-f409 TA BL E F.1 Formulas for Unit Conversions* Name, Symbol, Dimensions Conversion Formula 1 m 3.281 ft 1.094 yd 39.37 in km/1000 106 m 1 ft 0.3048 m 12 in mile/5280 km/3281 1 mm m/1000 in/25.4 39.37 mil 1000 m
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 003: Mechanics of Fluids Take Home Section Assigned: 05/09/2014 (Friday) Due: 05/12/2014 (Monday) before your final begins at 7:30 AM General Instructions: The take home portion is worth 20 Points Show all your work with proper units to get comple
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
Endpapers.indd Page 2 13/06/12 3:04 PM user-f409 TA BL E F.1 Formulas for Unit Conversions* Name, Symbol, Dimensions Conversion Formula 1 m 3.281 ft 1.094 yd 39.37 in km/1000 106 m 1 ft 0.3048 m 12 in mile/5280 km/3281 1 mm m/1000 in/25.4 39.37 mil 1000 m
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
Endpapers.indd Page 2 13/06/12 3:04 PM user-f409 TA BL E F.1 Formulas for Unit Conversions* Name, Symbol, Dimensions Conversion Formula 1 m 3.281 ft 1.094 yd 39.37 in km/1000 106 m 1 ft 0.3048 m 12 in mile/5280 km/3281 1 mm m/1000 in/25.4 39.37 mil 1000 m
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
bmapp.indd Page 639 12/06/12 9:00 PM user-f409 APPENDIX y h 3 h x x b bh A= 2 bh3 Ixx = 36 r r x FIGURE A.1 4 r 3 r2 2 A= x Ixx = 0.110r4 r4 8 Ixx = y Centroids and moments of inertia of plane areas h 2 h x x A = bh Ixx = b x x L D x r x r 3 bh 12 A =
School: Texas Tech
Course: Structural Analysis
1. Circle all that are correct: a. PV = nRuT b. PV = nRT c. P = RT 2. Circle all that are correct: a. The specific volume is the mass divided by the volume b. The specific gravity is the ratio of the density of the fluid to the density of the water c. The
School: Texas Tech
Course: Structural Analysis
1. Circle all that are correct: a. PV = nRuT b. PV = nRT c. P = RT 2. Circle all that are correct: a. The specific volume is the mass divided by the volume b. The specific gravity is the ratio of the density of the fluid to the density of the water c. The
School: Texas Tech
Course: Structural Analysis
1. Circle all that are correct: a. PV = nRuT b. PV = nRT c. P = RT 2. Circle all that are correct: a. The specific volume is the mass divided by the volume b. The specific gravity is the ratio of the density of the fluid to the density of the water c. The
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 09 1.) Arm wrestlers can develop their muscles, but they can only do so much to strengthen their bones. The force exerted on the hand causes torsion of the humerus. Let us assume the cross-se
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 01 Solutions Problem 1 A B 1m 1m D 1m Given: A system comprised of wooden bars and steel cables. F D Find: Normal force in cables AD, BE and FK 1m E 3m G Solution: H 4m FBD member KL C 1m 1m
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303 001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 27 1.) Determine the equations of the elastic curve for the shaft using double integration and the x orientation shown. What is the deflection at 6.0 m from A? 5.0 kN m 10.0 m A 3.0 m B x 2.)
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 09 Solutions Problem 1 Given: The force exerted on the hand causes torsion of the humerus. Assume the cross-section of this wrestlers humerus is approximated as hollow with an outer diameter
School: Texas Tech
CE 3354 Engineering Hydrology Assignment 2 Solution This assignment makes use of 3 files that are provided: Kendallcontourws.png (This file is used for Problem 1) Junction.png (This file is used for Problem 2) TX_Katemcy_20121203_TM_geo_location.pdf (This
School: Texas Tech
CE3354EngineeringHydrology Homework 1 Solution Problem 1 Solve problems 1.6 - 1.9 from your text book. Problem 1.6 A lake with a surface area of 1050 acres was monitored over a period of time. During a onemonth period, the inflow was 33 cfs, the outflow w
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303 - Solids - Fall 2014 - Homework Set 05 Problem 1: The 50 mm wide steel bar is loaded as shown. If the average normal stress must not exceed 75 MPa, calculate the minimum thickness (to the nearest mm) that can be used for the bar. Problem 2: The ro
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303 - Solids - Fall 2014 - Homework Set 07 Problem 1: The 4 in. by 5 in. block is made of Red Brass C83400 and is subjected to a compression of 0.06 inches along the y-axis. Determine the x and y. Problem 2: The shear stress-strain diagram for a steel
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 003: Mechanics of Fluids Date Assigned: Wednesday, 04/30/2014 Date Due: Thursday, 05/08/2014 by 5:00 PM Homework 11: Exam 3 Redo General Instructions: The homework will be graded for 55 points. Each question carries 1 point unless stated otherwise
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 003: Mechanics of Fluids Date Assigned: Wednesday, 04/30/2014 Date Due: Thursday, 05/08/2014 by 5:00 PM Homework 11: Exam 3 Redo General Instructions: The homework will be graded for 55 points. Each question carries 1 point unless stated otherwise
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
Homework 12 CE 3305 - 003 Assigned: Friday, May 2, 2014, 2014 Due: Thursday, May 8, 2014 by 5:00 PM *Homework is due at 5:00 pm on Thursday. Please submit it in my office (CE #25). Review for the Final will be conducted in Petroleum Engineering Room No 12
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
Homework 10 CE 3305 - 003 Assigned: Thursday, April 17, 2014 Due: Tuesday, April 22, 2014 by 5:00 PM *Homework is due at 5:00 pm on Tuesday. (You can submit the Homework in the review session for Exam 3). If you cannot make it to the review, submit the ha
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
Homework 9 CE 3305 - 003 Assigned: Friday, April 11, 2014 Due: Thursday, April 17, 2014 *Homework is due at the beginning of class on Thursday. *Must submit on an Engineering or Gridded paper or points will be deducted (Very Important) *Start a new questi
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Homework #9 Solutions 1. Crude oil (S.G. = 0.855) at 50C flows at 300 L/s through a 450 mm diameter pipe (ks = 0.054 mm) 150 m long. Neglecting minor losses in the system, find the power to overcome headloss. (5 Points) Eqn's: , = , + , , = 2
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 Homework 8 Solutions 1. In the system drawn below, the elevation of A above the datum is 70 m, the elevation of C above the datum is 100 m and the lengths of pipe 1 and 2 are 300 m and 500 m, respectively. The reference datum is indicated by the d
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
Homework 8 CE 3305 - 003 Assigned: Saturday, March 29, 2014 Due: Thursday, April 3, 2014 *Homework is due at the beginning of class on Thursday. *Must submit on an Engineering or Gridded paper or points will be deducted (Very Important) *Start a new quest
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 003: Mechanics of Fluids Assigned Date: 03/27/2014 Due Date: 04/03/2014 (before class begins) Homework 7: Exam 2 Redo General Instructions: The homework will be graded for 55 points. Each question carries 1 point unless stated otherwise. Show all
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 003: Mechanics of Fluids Homework 7: Exam Redo 1. For submerged surfaces, the center of pressure (yp) is the same as the center of the object (centroid, yc) (True / False) 2. A hydrometer is placed in a fluid. The mark indicating Specific Gravity
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
Homework 6 CE 3305 - 003 Assigned: Thursday, March 06, 2014 Due: Tuesday, March 11, 2014 by 5:00 PM *Homework is due at 5:00 pm on Tuesday. (You can submit the Homework in the review session for Exam 2). If you cannot make it to the review, submit the har
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
1. The gate shown has a 10 m wide base and is hinged at point B. The gate rests against a smooth wall at A. Compute the hydrostatic force on the gate, the center of pressure and the force exerted by the wall at point A. Assume the density of water is 1000
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
Homework 6: Solution CE 3305 - 003 1. A garden hose attached with a nozzle is used to fill a 20-gal bucket. The inner diameter of the hose is 1 in and it reduces to 0.5 in at the nozzle exit. If the average velocity in the hose is 8 ft/s, determine (a) th
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305 003: Mechanics of Fluids Homework 4: Exam 1 Redo Assigned: 02/18/2013 (Tuesday) Due: 02/25/2013 (Tuesday) General Instructions: For this homework you do not have to solve on Engineering or Gridded Paper The homework will be graded for 55 points. E
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
Homework 3 CE 3305 - 003 Assigned: Friday, February 07, 2014 Due: Tuesday, February 11, 2014 by 5:00 PM *Homework is due at 5:00 pm on Tuesday. (You can submit the Homework in the review session for Exam 1). If you cannot make it to the review, submit the
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
Homework 4 CE 3305 - 003 Assigned: Friday, February 28, 2014 Due: Thursday, March 6, 2014 *Homework is due at the beginning of class on Thursday. *Must submit on an Engineering or Gridded paper or points will be deducted (Very Important) *Start a new ques
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
Mechanics of Fluids CE 3305 HW#2 Solutions Problem 1. A hydraulic lift used for lifting automobiles has a 25 cm diameter ram which slides in a 25.018 cm diameter cylinder, the annular space being filled with oil having a kinematic viscosity of 3.7 cm2/s a
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
Mechanics of Fluids CE 3305 HW#1 Solutions Problem 1: Prove that the following equations are dimensionally homogenous a. b. ( ) c. d. ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) Note: The multiplication and division of dimensions can result in the cancelation of
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
Homework 2 CE 3305 - 003 Assigned: Thursday, January 30, 2014 Due: Thursday, February 6, 2014 *Homework is due before class begins, homework submitted after class will be considered late. *Must submit on an Engineering or Gridded paper or points will be d
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
Homework 1 CE 3305 - 003 Assigned: Tuesday, January 28, 2014 Due: February 4, 2014 *Homework is due before class begins, homework submitted after class will be considered late. *Must submit on an Engineering or Gridded paper or points will be deducted (Ve
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 30 1) A 81.5 kg student dared to climb a 20 m wooden flagpole. Assuming the center of gravity of the student aligns with the axis of the pole and the pole has an elastic behavior, how high ca
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303 001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 30 - Solutions Problem 1 Given: A 81.5 kg student climbing a 20 m wooden flagpole. The center of gravity of the student aligns with the axis of the pole. Ewood 13.1 GPa and I 4.91 106 mm4 20
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303 001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 28 - Solutions Problem 1 Given: A W 8 24 beam made of A-36 steel with loading shown. 24.0 kip C B A 3.0 ft 6.0 ft 2 ft Find: The deflection at C using Superposition Solution: Using Appendix C
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 28 1.) Determine the equations of the elastic curve for the beam using the singularity functions (Table 12-2) and the x orientation shown. What is the deflection at 4.0 ft from roller A? 25.0
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303 001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 28 - Solutions Problem 1 Given: 25.0 lb 15.0 lb x B A 5.0 ft 7.5 ft 5.0 ft Find: The equation of the elastic curve using singularity functions. Also find the deflection at 4.0 ft from roller
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303 001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 27 - Solutions Problem 1 Given: 5.0 kN m 10.0 m A B x 3.0 m Find: The equations of the elastic curve and the deflection at 6.0 m from A for the shaft using double integration and the x orient
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 26 1.) The yield stress for a bronze C86100 copper alloy is 50 ksi . If a machine part is made of this material and a critical point in the material is subjected to in-plane principal stresse
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 26 Problem 1 Given: The yield stress for a bronze C86100 copper alloy is 50 ksi . The machine part made of this material and a critical point in the material is subjected to in-plane principa
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 25 1.) Solve problem 10-40 from your text. Page 1 of 1
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 25 - Solutions Problem 1 (Problem 10-40 from text) Given: The steel beam with a measured strain at A, x 100 106 . Est 29 103 ksi and v 0.3 Find: The load P and the shear strain, xy . Solution
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 24 1.) For the 45 rosette shown, determine the strains x , y and xy if the strain gages read a 550 106 , b 100 106 and c 300 106 . y x c b a 45 2.) Loads on a structure are expected to result
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Homework Assignment 24 - Solutions Spring 2013 y Problem 1 x Given: The strain gages read a 550 106 , b 100 106 and c 300 106 c b Find: Strains x , y and xy Solution: a 45 Using the strain rosette equations for a 0 , 45 ,
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 23 1.) Solve problem 10-11 from your text. 2.) Solve problem 10-17 from your text. Page 1 of 1
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 22 1.) The state of stress at a point is shown on the element. Determine the principal stresses and the absolute maximum shear stress. The stresses act on parallel faces. z 30 MPa y 25 MPa x
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Homework Assignment 22 - Solutions Spring 2013 z 30 MPa Problem 1 y Given: The state of stress on an element 25 MPa x 50 MPa Find: The principal stresses and the absolute maximum shear stress. Solution: 40 MPa abs max 47.2
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 21 1.) The state of stress at a point in a member is shown on the element. Determine the average normal stress, the principal stresses, the orientation of the principal stresses, the maximum
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 21 - Solutions y 35 MPa Problem 1 Given: The state of stress on an element x Find: The average normal stress, the principal stresses, the orientation of the principal stresses, the maximum in
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 20 1.) The state of stress at a point in a member is shown on the element. Determine the average normal stress, the principal stresses and the orientation of the principal stresses. y 35 MPa
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 20 - Solutions y 35 MPa Problem 1 Given: The state of stress at a point in a member. x Find: The average normal stress, the principal stresses and the orientation of the principal stresses. 2
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 19 1.) The state of stress at a point in a member is shown on the element. Determine the stress components acting on the inclined plane. Draw the inclined element. y 30 MPa x 25 MPa 40 MPa 40
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 19 - Solutions Problem 1 y 30 MPa Given: The state of stress at a point in a member x Find: The stress components acting on the inclined plane. Sketch the inclined element. 25 MPa 40 MPa Solu
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 18 1.) Given the following system. Draw the normal stress profile for a cross section at a-a. The cross section is square and has an area of 6.25 in.2 . 20 lb 1.0 ft 1.5 ft a a 3.0 ft 2.) Sol
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 18 - Solutions 20 lb Problem 1 1.0 ft Given: The loaded cantilever beam with a cut at a-a. The square cross-sectional area is 6.25 in.2 . 1.5 ft Find: The normal stress profile. a a Solution:
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 17 1.) A steel scuba tank is 24.0 in. long and has an external diameter of 7.25 in. and an internal diameter of 6.75 in. The tank is to carry a pressure of 3000 psi . Determine the stresses i
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 17 - Solutions Problem 1 Given: A steel scuba tank is 24.0 in. long and has an external diameter of 7.25 in. and an internal diameter of 6.75 in. The tank is to carry a pressure of 3000 psi .
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
CE 3303-001 Mechanics of Solids Spring 2013 Homework Assignment 16 1.) Determine the location e of the shear center, point O , for the thin-walled member having the cross section shown. b 100 mm , h 150 mm and t 4 mm . e O b t h Page 1 of 1
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Solids
Homework Assignment 16 Solutions Problem 1 b e t Given: The thin-walled member having the cross section: b 100 mm , h 150 mm and t 4 mm . O Find: The location e of the shear center, point A h O Solution: e V h 2 th2 h 13 I th 2 bt b 2 2 6 12 Ff d V Ff
School: Texas Tech
Course: Geotechnical Engineering Lab
1 of 8 Standard Procter Compaction Test Group 2 Geotech Lab Spring 2014 CE3121-304 Tuesday Test Date: February 18, 2014 Report Date: February 21, 2014 CONTENTS PURPOSE . 1 PROCEDURE . 2 DEVIATION FROM ASTM STANDARD. 2 TABLE OF RESULTS . 2 FIGURES . 3 DISC
School: Texas Tech
Course: Structural Analysis
LabReportII Introduction Straintestsareusedtodisplaytheforcesbeingappliedtoanobject.Strainisameasure thatisaffectedbyloadingofanobject.Straintestsareusedtoanalyzetheresultsof forcesonanobject.Inthislab,weexaminedtheoutcomesofpressureandstrainonan aluminum
School: Texas Tech
Course: Structural Analysis
LabReportII Introduction Straintestsareusedtodisplaytheforcesbeingappliedtoanobject.Strainisameasure thatisaffectedbyloadingofanobject.Straintestsareusedtoanalyzetheresultsof forcesonanobject.Inthislab,weexaminedtheoutcomesofpressureandstrainonan aluminum
School: Texas Tech
Course: Structural Analysis
LabReportII Introduction Straintestsareusedtodisplaytheforcesbeingappliedtoanobject.Strainisameasure thatisaffectedbyloadingofanobject.Straintestsareusedtoanalyzetheresultsof forcesonanobject.Inthislab,weexaminedtheoutcomesofpressureandstrainonan aluminum
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Fluids
The objectives of this lab were to observe and evaluate improved flow conditions that can be obtained by using an energy dissipating structure. Both of these objectives were met through experimentation in the lab and the formulation of this report. The hy
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Fluids
Interpretation The flow is accelerating near the sluice gate. In a region of accelerating flow, the pressure will be less than hydrostatic as per the Roth and Hager regression curve (Dae-Geun). The hydrostatic estimate of force on the gate obtained using
School: Texas Tech
Course: Mechanics Of Fluids
The objectives of this experiment were to observe the behavior of a hydraulic jump, model this behavior to predict flow rate and energy loss and to evaluate these predictions by comparing them to actual measurements. All of these objectives were met throu
School: Texas Tech
School: Texas Tech
School: Texas Tech
Course: Fluid Mechanics
CE 3305MECHANICS OF FLUIDS Spring 2014 Time and Location: 8:00 am 9:20 am, T, R Civil Engineering 001 Instructor: Sreeram Singaraju, Ph.D Candidate (You can all call me Mr. Ram) Civil Engineering, Room 4 (806) 742 1287 X 264 sreeram.singaraju@ttu.edu Offi