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A tension test was performed on a steel specimen having an original
diameter of 0.498 inches and a gauge length of 3.00 inches. The load
and elongation data from the test is listed in the table. Plot the stressstrain diagram and determine the mod
HW #05-1
The three legs of the structure between lines A and B are identical in size and are fixed
to a rigid support at A. Member BC is attached to the center of the connecting element
at B, and the three legs between AB are equidistant from the center o
HW #01-1
Part A
Determine the internal normal and shear forces
acting on vertical plane a-a' through point A.
Ans: NA = 2 kN (to left), VA = 0 kN, directions apply to
F.B.D. from A to right end.
Part B
Determine the internal normal and shear forces
acting
HW #06-1
The column is composed of concrete fully bonded to 8 internal steel reinforcing rods.
The column has a square cross section with 14-inch side length. The bars each have a
diameter of 1.128 inches. A compressive load of P = 800,000 lb is applied t
HW #02-1
Find the normal stress in the bar at points A, B and C given:
P1 = 3 kN
P2 = 4 kN
P3 = 3 kN
P4 = 1 kN
Bar diameter = 25 mm
Ans: A= -6.11 MPa, B = 10.2 MPa, C= -2.04 MPa
(Prob. 1.2-HW1)
HW #02-2
Find the maximum stress in the member given:
P1 = 2
HW #03-1
Each side of the square was 140 mm, but is deformed into the dashed
shape shown. Find the normal strain CD and BD undergo when it
deforms given:
Bx = 1.33 mm
By = 0.95 mm
Cx = 0.78 mm
Cy = 3.24 mm
Dx = 1.88 mm
Dy = 2.86 mm
Ans: CD = 0.0029 mm/mm,
Final Exam Review ME 312
Closed Book/Notes Open Eq. sheet/Info. Sheet
30 multiple choice questions
5 Extra points for filling out an online
evaluation of the course-self assessment (10 questions-see below)
Topics: Competencies (What you should be able to
100 Instruments in an Average House
Brian Marler
363 Extra-Credit
Typical Classification: Location
Kitchen:
1. Crockpot
2. Tongs
3. Chop sticks
4. Forks
5. Spoons
6. knives
7. Deep fryer
8. Oven
9. Refrigerator
10. Can opener
11. Garlic press
12. Spice ra
Measuring Kinetic Energy and Force of an Average Airsoft
Projectile
Brian Marler
Department of Mechanical Engineering
(Undergraduate)
Brigham Young University
Provo, UT 84604
Introduction
In the world of extreme sports, Airsoft is
becoming more popular fo
MEMO: ME 363
TO:
DR. TADD TRUSCOTT
FROM: DANIEL MARSH, BRIAN MARLER, BRIANNA MODRELL
SUBJECT:
LAB 7 TECHNICAL REPORT
DATE: 3/26/13
Objective
Our objective in the lab was to build a triggering circuit that can be used with a high-speed camera. The
circuit
Bottom Radius
Top Radius
Weight
Height
Bottom Diameter
Top Diameter
Measurements
1.526 lb
2.53 in
115 mm
3.8125 in
57.5 mm
1.90625 in
1
1.526
2.5200
114
3.8125
2
1.526
2.5400
115
3.8125
Conversion
0.69218 kg
0.064262 m
0.115 m
0.09684 m
0.0575 m
0.04842 m
T E C H N I C AL R E P O RT: M E 3 6 3
TO:
DR. TADD TRUSCOTT
FROM: BRIAN MARLER
SUBJECT:
LAB 6 TECHNICAL REPORT
DATE: 3/26/13
Analysis
How many degrees of freedom does your sample have?
5
What is the zero-order uncertainty for each of the instruments?
Ins
Brian Marler
March 6, 2012
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Lab 5: Amplifiers and Filters
Is my sample rate high enough to collect my data? Will aliasing be an issue?
a. In my project I am measuring the force of projectiles through distance of
penetration into a cert
Velocity and Force of the Average Airsoft Projectile
Brian Marler
marlerman@gmail.com, marlerb
Tadd Truscott, Mechanical Engineering
Objective of the Project
The purpose of this project is to determine the average velocity and force of an Airsoft projecti
Brian Marler
363 Truscott
Abstract for Critical mass and a new periodic four-ring vortex for freely falling and rising
spheres
This paper presents a summary and analysis of falling and rising spheres. It presents an entirely
new wake mode that exhibits fo
Measuring Kinetic Energy and Force of an Average Airsoft
Projectile
Brian Marler
Department of Mechanical Engineering
(Undergraduate)
Brigham Young University
Provo, UT 84604
Introduction
In the world of extreme sports, Airsoft is
becoming more popular fo
Muzzle Velocity and Kinetic Energy of an Average Airsoft Projectile
Brian Marler
Department of Mechanical Engineering
(Undergraduate)
Brigham Young University
Provo, UT 84604
The pain and damage of an Airsoft projectile on a human is a function of the kin