Part 3
3.1.Simulation Implementation
3.1.1Simulation basic units of measure
A unit of simulation time = 1 minute
A unit of simulation distance = 1 meter
3.2.Fixed resources - Basic Operational properties
Object name Material
Resources(Mashines)
Human Reso
Conceptual model:
Part III
Stimulation Implementation
Stimulation basic units of measure
1-unit of stimulation time = 1 minutes
1-unit stimulation distance = 1 metre
Abbreviations and acronyms (colour coding)
Modelling simplifications/assumptions
Flow ite
Case Study Assignment:-3
Procurement Framework for New south wales Public works
This case study is about the procurement option available of New South wale public work different
service and elaborate supplier evaluation & selection frame work for Continge
Part II
Operational Description
System Description; This case study describes about the Happy Airways ground operations for the proposed
Canberra terminal & recommendations on to improve the process. The happy airline airways
are mainly divided in to the
Part 1
1.1.Problem Definition
Circuit Board Fabricators (CBF) is a small manufacturer of circuit boards,
providing a quick and
high-quality service to its customer companies like Apple & HP if they
were to secure ongoing
orders. The engineers working on t
Happy Airways Proposed Canberra Terminal Operations
Date Modifies: - 7/10/2016
Current stimulation file name: -Happy Airways proposed layout model
Stimulation Software used: - Flexsim
Key words: -
Part I
Problem Definition
Background: Happy airways is a s
Part 2
2.1.Operational Description
2.1.1.System description
CBF board fabrication line involves 9 sequential procedures to fabricate
the board which are as
given below:
The first and foremost step is to clean the blank boards with special
chemical and eac
area also recommending short term and long term benefit to the system for by
using modified model.
Key performance Measures:
Designing of a model on FlexSim showing the airport baggage handling and
possible ways and means by which the check in of passenge
Lecture 2: Engineering
Curves
1
Engineering Curves
used in designing certain objects
Conic Sections
Sections of a right circular cone obtained
by cutting the cone in different ways
Depending on the position of the cutting
plane relative to the axis of
Engineering Drawing
ME 111
1-0-3-5
Instructors: Dr. Sreeja P. (CE),
Dr. S. Senthilvelan (ME) and
Dr D. Sharma (ME)
1
Course Credits
1-0-3-5
1: One lecture per week. However, we need more
lectures per week for better understanding of this
course
0: No t
Orthographic Projection
Lectures 5, 6 and 7
Methods of Orthogonal Projection
1. Natural Method: Revolve the object with respect to observer
2. Glass box method: The observer moves around the object.
Glass box concept
Top view
Top view
Front view
Right sid
Lecture 9: Projection of Lines
Line Inclined to Both RPs
(Oblique line)
Recap: Line inclined to One RP
and Parallel to the Other
A line AB, 50 mm long, is inclined to the HP at 30 and parallel to the
VP. The end nearest to the HP is 40 mm above it and 25
Orthographic Projection
Lectures 5, 6 and 7
In engineering drawing, the word projection means
an image or the act of obtaining the image of an object.
Technical people often refer to the image as a view.
This lecture reviews methods of projection and th
Lectures 10 & 11: Projection
of Lines
1. Line Inclined to Both RPs
(Oblique line)
2. Traces
Line Inclined to Both RPs
(Oblique line)
Line inclined to HP and VP
PL<TL(topview)
EL<TL(frontview)
ApparentanglewithHP()>trueanglewithHP()
ApparentanglewithV
Projection of Points
Lecture 8
Recap: Quadrant
Four quadrants
The position of an object
in space can be determined
by these quadrants
RPs: HP, VP and PP
Horizontal reference line (XY):
The line at which the HP
and the VP meet.
Profile reference line
Smart Materials: Modelling
1
Solid
Mechanics
Stress
Strain
Constitutive
relations
Continuum: For length scales of, say, 1 mm and larger, the
molecular structure and motions may be ignored.
Infinitesimal area: very small area but large enough for
conti
Static Equilibrium
1
Fig: Arbitrary volume showing the denition of the position vectors and
the displacement
Note: here dS is infinitesimal surface, NOT strain!
The surface integral in ABOVE equation is transformed into a volume integral through
use of th
Smart Materials
1
CL 631
Instructor: Partho S. G. Pattader
TA:
Mr. Kaniska Murmu
Ms. Prerona Gogoi
Text/References:
M. V. Gandhi and B. S. Thompson, Smart Materials and Structures,
Chapman and Hall, 1992.
D. J. Leo, Engineering Analysis of Smart Materials
Differential Equations: The motivation
Newtons law of cooling
Newton's Law makes a statement about an instantaneous rate of change of the temperature. We will see that when we
translate this verbal statement into a differential equation, we arrive at a di
SOLUTIONS ABOUT ORDINARY POINTS:
Ordinary and Singular Points:
Examples of Ordinary and Singular Points:
12 April 2017
More examples of Ordinary and Singular Points:
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Power series solutions
WHY DOES
IT WORK?
WHAT DO
THEY
REPRESENT?
12 April 2
Wronskian:
29 March 2017
Fundamental Set of Solutions:
Does it remind you something from Vector Spaces in Linear Algebra?
29 March 2017
Any intuition as to what will be the Abels theorem for an nth order homogeneous linear DE?
29 March 2017
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Method of undetermined Coefficients: The
annihilator approach
4 April 2017
Very easy, right?
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The annihilator approach
4 April 2017
What is the immediate consequence?
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What about complex conjugates?
4 April 2017
Operat
Predator-Prey model
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Lokta-Volterra Predator-Prey model
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System of Linear First Order Differential Equations
n-th order system
Linear n-th order system
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When is (3) homogeneous or non-homogeneous?
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General Treatment of
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Indicial Equation and Exponent at Singularity
Is there a chance that F(r+n) may become zero?
17 April 2017
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How to find the indicial equation without actually expanding the power
First order ODEs: Different solution methods
Solutions by integration
Separable Variables
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Another Example:
Losing a solution:
Do you recall what such solutions are called?
Can you see which solution is lost in
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Linear Equations:
INITIAL VALUE PROBLEMS (IVP):
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Geometric Interpretation:
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Does it ring a bell?
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A rectangular region in the xy-plane
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Bessels and Legendres Equations
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GENERAL SOLUTION
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BESSELS FUNCTION OF SECOND KIND
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Choosing the constants
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What does property (i) in
Differential Equations of Higher Order:
Preliminary theory
INITIAL AND BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS
28 March 2015
Existence and Uniqueness
28 March 2015
Boundary Value Problems:
Boundary Conditions:
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Other types of Boundary Conditions:
DIRICHLET
N
Some problems from tutorial sheet 2
27 March 2017
Application of first order ODEs
The steps in modeling process
27 March 2017
What lies ahead?
Different approaches to study differential equation
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