UNIVERSITY OF MAURITIUS
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
MECHANICAL & PRODUCTION ENGINEERING
DEPARTMENT
E443-BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering (Minor: Energy Systems)
MECH 2012Y Mechanics of Materials II
Lab Report: Deflection of simply supported beam
Lecturer: Dr
UNIVERSITY OF MAURITIUS
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
MECHANICAL & PRODUCTION ENGINEERING
DEPARTMENT
E443-BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering (Minor: Energy Systems)
MECH 2012Y Mechanics of Materials II
Lab Report: Curved Bar Experiment
Lecturer: Dr. Amic
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Example Hip Implant
Chapter 1 - Introduction
With age or certain illnesses joints deteriorate.
Particularly those with large loads (such as hip).
What is materials science?
Why should we know about it?
Materials drive our society
Stone Age
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Chapter 4: The Structure of Crystalline Solids
Metallic Crystal Structures
How can we stack metal atoms to minimize
empty space?
2-dimensions
ISSUES TO ADDRESS.
What are common crystal structures for
metals and ceramics?
What features of a m
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ENG MATHS II Test 05 April 2016
Answer all questions. Time allocated 1 hr 15 minutes.
Question 1: A random variable X has pdf given by
( )=
By considering ~Gamma( , ), show that
(a) E( ) and Var( ),
(b) (0 <
< 3 ) given that
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= 128. Hence, find
= 64
ENG MATH MECH 2010Y 2017
Engineering Mathematics
Question 1 [BINOMIAL DISTRIBUTION]
Recent studies of German air traffic controllers have shown that it is difficult to maintain
accuracy when working for long periods of time on data display screens. A surp
MEC830 Mechatronics Design
Week 3
Atmega328 analog I/O
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Lego Mindstorm/EV shield
Inputs: Analog
Analog inputs allow you to read the voltage on a
pin (between 0-Vcc , ie. 0-5V).
Versus digital, where to voltage is either 0 or 5V
The Atmega328 has 6 pin
MEC830 Mechatronics Design
Week 5
Motors, Actuators, D/A and PWM
Read Text: Chapter 8 Motors
pp603-682
Electric Motors and Actuators
Mechanisms are moved with a combination of
motors and actuators.
Motors generally DC motors are used in
small mechanisms
MEC830Mechatronics Design
Week6
IntrotoSystemModeling&Mechanism
Read Text: Motor Modeling pp683690
ReadText:MotorModelingpp683
690
Mechanismspp133162
Need for System Modeling
NeedforSystemModeling
Modeling
Modelingallowengineersto
allow engineers to test
MEC830 Mechatronics Design
Week 4
Sensors, Transducers, A/D and
Signal Conditioning
Read Text: Chapter 6, pp329-396
Sensors
Sensors provide feedback to real world events.
Allow our designs to be controlled closed-loop.
Sensors themselves are usually me
MAE 538
FIN ITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS I
Fall 20 1 1
Instructor: Dr. John S. Strenkowski" (Office: 4166 EBIII)
Telephone: (919) 515-7030 (5187901)
Email: jsstren@r1csu.edu
Course Description: This course will provide a general preparation in nite element method
September 2015
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering
Course Information
APS160F MECHANICS (Online)
Lecturer:
Dr. M.V. Seica, Office: GB234, Tel.: 416-978-5913, E-mail: seica@civ.utoronto.ca
Teaching Assistant:
TBA
Lectures:
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COURSE CONTENT OF APS160F MECHANICS FOR 2015/16
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
The principles of statics are applied to the composition and resolution of forces, moments, and couples. The
equilibrium states of structures are examined. Throughout, the free body diagr
Suggested Problems for Study in APS160F 2015/16
Recommendation of these problems should in no way prevent students from selecting and solving additional
problems. However, these selections are within the coverage that is outlined in the initial course con
University of Toronto
Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering
APS160F Mechanics (Online)
Course Objectives
This course is designed to provide you with a clear and thorough demonstration of the theory and
applications of engineering statics, with