PLANAR KINETICS OF A RIGID BODY: WORK AND
ENERGY (Sections 18.1-18.4)
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MECH510 Design of Thermal Systems
Optimization Algorithms in MATLAB
LAB II
Mohammad Allouche
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MECH510 Design of Thermal Systems
Numerical Mathema.cs Review
LAB I
Mohammad Allouche
Zainab Balhas
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American University of Beirut
MECH510 Design of Thermal Systems
Optimization Algorithms in MATLAB
LAB III
Mohammad Allouche
Zainab Balhas
OUTLINE
Unconstrained Optimization
Line search (one variable
Fall 2016-2017
American University of Beirut
MECH 510: Design of Thermal Systems
Assignment 1: Lagrange Multipliers Optimization Technique
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PLANAR KINETICS: IMPULSE AND MOMENTUM
(Sections 19.1-19.2)
Todays Objectives:
Students will be able to:
In-Class Activities:
a) Develop formulations for the
Check homework, if any
linear and angular
MCE 332
Manufacturing Processes &Material Science Laboratory
Fall 2015
Turning (Lathe machining)
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: 03 / 11 / 2015
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MCE 332
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Fall 2015
Sand Casting
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: 01 / 11 / 2015
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MCE 332
Manufacturing Processes &Material Science Laboratory
Fall 2015
Fatigue Testing
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: 01 / 11 / 2015
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MCE 332
Manufacturing Processes &Material Science Laboratory
Fall 2015
Compression Test
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: 25 / 09 / 2015
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MGT 202
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Manufacturing Processes &Material Science Laboratory
Fall 2015
Hardness Test
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: 27 / 09 / 2015
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Prime Movers
Pumps
MECH 510
MECH 510
1
Pump Classes and Types
Two general categories of pumps:
- Dynamic (Kinetic) pumps have a rotating
component that imparts energy to th
Cooling and Heating Water
Coils
MECH 510: Design of Thermal Systems
Mechanical Engineering Department
American University of Beirut
1
Types of HVAC Coils
Water Cooling Coils
Direct Expansion Coils (DX
NATURAL CONVECTION
Fluid motion as a result of buoyancy forces
BUOYANCY - fluid density gradient
- body force proportional to density gradient
TEMPERATURE GRADIENT Density Gradient
BODY FORCE Gravitat
NATURAL CONVECTION
Fluid motion as a result of buoyancy forces
BUOYANCY - fluid density gradient
- body force proportional to density gradient
TEMPERATURE GRADIENT Density Gradient
BODY FORCE Gravitat
Convective Heat Transfer of Impinging Jets
Flow Field Considerations:
Free jet region
Potential core
Shear layer
Developing zone
Fully developed zone
Stagnation region
Stagnation point
Wall jet region
Experimental Methods in Heat Transfer
Determination of local heat transfer coefficients (cylinder in cross flow, impinging
jet, free convection, internal flow, etc):
q hTs T
Thermal boundary conditio
II. Conduction A. Resistance concept 1. Plane wall (1-D) no heat source Consider specified T1 Ti = ?
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T0 specified
If you take any C.V
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1st law of thermo
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in steady state
Optimization
MECH 510
Design of Thermal Systems
American University of Beirut
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Design of Thermal Systems
1
What is Optimization?
Optimization is the process of find
System Simulation
MECH 510
1
Parametric Representation by Curve Fitting
Much of quantitative component information is
expressed in graphical or tabular form. (Note
convenient for computer based appli
MECH 510 Design of Thermal
Systems
Introduction
1
Design
What distinguishes design
from other activities such as
analysis and synthesis?
2
Definition of Design
The process by which new, different, or
Optimization
MECH 510
Design of Thermal Systems
American University of Beirut
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Design of Thermal Systems
1
What is Optimization?
Optimization is the process of find
Lagrange Multipliers
MECH 510
Design of Thermal Systems
Stoeker, Chapter 8
American University of Beirut
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Design of Thermal Systems
1
Calculus Methods of
Optimizati