CE202
Homework 01
Q1. Knowing that = 40, determine the magnitude and direction of the resultant of the
three forces shown.
Q2. The resultant force acting on the eyebolt is directed in the positive direction of the xaxis and
has a magnitude of 8.5 kN. Det
Wednesday, February 05, 2014
20:07
Q1. [20 Points] A projectile is fired with a speed of vo = 90 m/s at an angle of 55. Determine:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
The maximum height h, that the projectile will reach.
The distance L, the projectile will travel before hi
Thursday, January 30, 2014
1:39
Q1. A particle travels along a straight line with a velocity v = (t 1)(t2 4t + 3) m/s, where t is in
seconds.
1. Plot the velocity vs. time graph (from t = 0 to t = 3.25 s.)
2. At what points in time does this particle stop
CE 202
Dynamics
Quiz 1
Solutions
Spring 2016
Structure ABCDE is supported by a roller at D and a frictionless collar at A which slides on a
fixed bar FG.
FBD
MA
P
A
D
y
x
Q
a) Draw the clear and complete free body diagram in the empty box provided above t
CE 202
Dynamics
Quiz 10a
Useful equations might include:
=
=
= +  = +

= +
(
) = + 2
If the slider block C is moving at = 3 / determine
the angular velocity of BC and the crank AB at the instant
shown.
What is the angular of BC?
What is the
CE 202
Dynamics
Quiz 11
Solutions
Spring 2016
Rod AB has a length of a = 0.30 m and rotates counter
clockwise with an angular rate AB = 4.0 rad/s that increases
with an angular acceleration of AB = 15 rad/s2. Rod BC has a
length of b = 0.15 m.
What is the
CE 202
Dynamics
Quiz 2
Solutions
Spring 2016
Original version
A vehicle starts with a speed of 0 km/h, travels a distance of 20 m, and reaches a speed of
30 km/h.
If the vehicles acceleration is assumed to be constant, what is its magnitude? 1.74 m/s2
How
CE 202
Dynamics
Quiz 3
Solutions
Spring 2016
Useful equations might include:
v=
dv d 2 x
dx
= 2 , adx = vdv , v = v0 + ac t , x = x0 + v0t + 12 ac t 2 , v 2 = v0 2 + 2ac ( x x0 )
, a=
dt
dt dt
1. The position of a particle can be expressed as x = t 4 10t
Quiz 8a
CE 202
Dynamics
Name: _
Spring 2016
Useful equations might include:
1
1 + 12 = 2 12 = 2 (2 2 1 2 )
1 +
2
1
1
2
The pool ball A travels with a velocity 10 m/s of just
before it strikes ball B, which is at rest. If the masses of A
and B are each
CE 202
Dynamics
Quiz 6a
Name: _
Spring 2016
Useful equations might include:
= , = +
2
,
=
3
2 2
1+
2
2
, = + , = 2 + + 2 , =
The 10lb suitcase sides down the curved ramp for which the
coefficient of kinetic friction is = 0.2. If at the instant
CE 202
Dynamics
Quiz 5
Solution
Spring 2016
Useful Equations:
adx = vdv , v= v0 + ac t , x = x0 + v0t + 12 ac t 2 ,
v2 =
v0 2 + 2ac ( x x0 ) , = + /
At t = 0, block A starts from rest and moves downward with a
constant acceleration of 6 in./s2, and block
CE 280 Computerbased Engineering Analysis
Homework 5
Due by 5 PM, Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Point values are shown in brackets. Show your work. Explain any assumptions you make.
1. [10] The Minitab output for a random sample of data is shown below. Som
Slam/V1 Tawdrey
CEE414 Hydrologic Design
Homework Assignment 9
Due Date: July 31, 11:59 pm.
(1) (5 points) PM)? vi ( lblPalQl P
0 If qu = 100 years, what is the probability that 0, will be exceeded in 30 years (the
length ofa standard mortgage)? l3 \a lOO
Shawn Jandrey
CEE 414
Assignment 12
In northern Wisconsin, two people died in a recent flood in midJuly. We received 10 inches of
rainfall overnight on the dates of July 1112th. The victims vehicle was dragged into the Morengo River
and was unable to es
Shawn Jandrey
CEE 414
Homework 3
Plot the incremental values of P(t)/P24, for time increments of 6 minutes.
P(t)/P24 vs Time
0.16
0.14
0.12
0.1
P(t)/P24 0.08
0.06
6 min
0.04
0.02
0
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
Time(hr)
Find the maximum incremental values of the 100
Shawn Jandrey
CEE 414
August 6, 2016
Homework 10
Assume that annual flood discharges at a site on a river have the following cumulative distribution
function: FQ(q)=1exp(q), where q is discharge in cfs and >0 is a parameter. Note that E[Q] =1/ where
ha
1
Environmental impact studies are conducted for projects whose effect on the lives of humans
cannot be ignored. The impacts are both social and environmental. For a conclusive analysis of
these impacts consultants with experience in environmental impact
Spirit River at Spirit Falls
Monthly Average Streamflow
Date
Date
Days/Month
Oct 1997
31
Nov 1997
30
Dec 1997
31
Jan 1998
31
Feb 1998
28
Mar 1998
31
Apr 1998
30
May 1998
31
Jun 1998
30
Jul 1998
31
Aug 1998
31
Sep 1998
30
Oct 1998
31
Nov 1998
30
Dec 1998
3