Work and energy principle
and its applications in ME
Concept of work and KE
Work and KE principle, W = KE
Work and KE of a constant force, in the direction of displancement,
with an angle , F = constant, F = 0, S=0, =30, = 90., work of friction
on leve
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Table 1: List of obtained horizontal angles, distances, azimuth, departure, and latitude values obtained
by means of traversing along loop 2.
Course
B1-B2
B2-B3
B3-B4
B4-B5
B5-B6
B6-B1
Distance
(m)
60.422
61.093
61.907
61.859
61.996
62.296
72.542
72.337
DISCRETE-EVENT
SYSTEM
SIMULATION
Jerry Banks John S. Carson II
Barry L. Nelson David M. Nicol
updated by
Dr. M. Talla
Part I. Introduction to Discrete-Event
System Simulation
Ch.1
Ch.2
Ch.3
Ch.4
Introduction to Simulation
Simulation Examples
General Princ
Fundamental
Simulation
Concepts
Chapter 2
updated by
Dr. M. Talla
Last revision March 9, 2014
Simulation with Arena, 6th ed. Chapter 2 Fundamental Simulation Concepts
Slide 1 of 57
What Well Do .
Underlying ideas, methods, and issues in
simulation
Softwar
A Guided Tour
Through Arena
Chapter 3
updated by
Dr. M. Talla
Last revision March 9, 2014
Simulation with Arena, 6th ed.
Chapter 3 A Guided Tour Through Arena
Slide 1 of 70
What Well Do .
Start Arena
Load, explore, run an existing model
Basically same as
What is
Simulation?
Chapter 1
updated by
Dr. M. Talla
Last revision December 21, 2013
Simulation with Arena, 6th ed.
Chapter 1 What Is Simulation?
Slide 1 of 23
Simulation Is
Simulation very broad term methods and
applications to imitate or mimic real sy
Objective
The purpose of this experiment was to observe and measure the wavelength of the
microwaves and the absorption of microwaves in different materials. In other words, the
interference and diffraction of microwaves was observed. Some background info
Course Number
Course Title
Semester/Year
Instructor
TA Name
MTL 200
Materials Science Fundamentals
Winter, 2015
Habiba Bougherara
Lab/Tutorial Report No.
4
Report Title
Identification of Materials by X-Ray
Diffraction
Section No.
Group No.
Submission Date
Objective
The purpose of this lab was to study two types of light sources. The first type of light was
Monochromatic light. It is only one continuous spectrum of the visible light as it only contains
one wavelength. Light emitted by a hydrogen lamp was th
Observations and Results
Table 1: Mass of the Equipment used.
Equipment
Mass (kg)
Gliding cart
2.1645 10-1 5 10-5
Combined mass of hanger and the string
6.15 10-3 5 10-5
mass of individual weights
5.00 10-3 5 10-5
Combined mass of the 8 weights
4.00 10-2
Apparatus_
Part A (Measurement of Temperature)
- Digital thermometer (model DP25-TC, serial #8305562)
- Hart Scientific dry-well calibrator (model 9105, serial #9A781)
- J-type thermocouple
- Winter's analogue bi-metallic thermometer
Figure 1: Apparatus U
Rana Plaza Building, Bangladesh, 2013
The Rana Plaza was constructed with two illegally added storeys above and four factories were
housed in the eight-storey building despite it not being designed for industrial use. Firstly, to
prevent such collapse, th
Objective
The objective of this experiment is to collect the data for the distance, velocity and acceleration for a ball
travelling up and down in the vertical direction. In this lab, the balls motion in the vertical direction is
measured by a Vernier mot
Observations and Results
Part 1A: Spring-Mass System in Simple Harmonic Motion
Run
Mass (g)
1
2
3
200
200
300
y 0 (cm)
A avg (cm)
73.76 +/- 4.17^-4
74.36 +/- 5.20^-5
63.06 +/- 1.04^-4
Run
T (s)
1
0.4590 +/- 0.02324
2
0.6321 +/- 0.932^-3
3
0.5324 +/- 3.324
Part 1 (Converging Lens)
do
di
f
ho
66.3 cm
49.3 cm
71 cm
29.4 cm
9 cm
11.5 cm
12.1 cm
11.2 cm
14.1 cm
9.800 cm
9.715 cm
9.673 cm
9.529 cm
hi
2 cm
2 cm
2 cm
2 cm
0.3 cm
0.5 cm
0.3cm
0.9 cm
hi /ho
d i /d o
-0.15 cm
0.25 cm
0.15 cm
0.45 cm
0.173 cm
0.245 cm
Analysis of Results
In part A of the lab, six objects were measured. To begin, the vise body and layout plate was measured to
the nearest 0.02 of an inch using scales and transfer tools. One sources of error could have been
ensuring the same locking force
Q1
First aid station
must be:
In the basement of the building
Under the qualified First Aid person supervision
Have at least two first aid boxes and a strecher
(correct)
Q2
A Supervisor must do the following under the OHA: (select 3 correct answers)
Answe
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
FINAL EXAM SOLUTIONS
MTH 240 CALCULUS II
Date: April 14th, 2015, 12:00 pm
Duration: 2 hours
Last Name:
First Name:
Ryerson email:
Student Number(ONLY LAST 3 DIGITS):
Signature:
A. Alvarez
C. Kim
X. Liu
A. Rubtsov
M. Alqasas
:
:
:
Problems for MTH240 Test #2 Workshop (Slightly revised) WITH FULL
SOLUTIONS
a)
n=1
2
n 2 + 4n + 3
Solution: note that this series compares favourably with
n=1
2
which is a p-series that converges (n>1).
n2
2
2
and bn = 2 and as n > 0, an
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MEC 751
Measurements, Sensors and Instruments
Ahmad Ghasempoor
Associate Professor
Ryerson University,
Office EPH304
email: [email protected]
(MEC751), A. Ghasempoor
Generalized Measurement System
(MEC751), A. Ghasempoor
Generalized Measurement System
(
Measuring Strain
(8.1, 8.6)
(
)
Deformation
Definition of Strain
Why Measure Strain?
How Strain is Measured?
Strain Gauges
Types
Wire-type electrical
resistance strain
gages (1937)
Fabricated from metal
foil by using a
photoetching process
(late 1950s)
MEC 751
Measurements, Sensors and Instruments
Chapter 5
Data Acquisition
Ahmad Ghasempoor
Ah d Gh
Associate Professor
Ryerson University,
Office
Offi EPH304
email: [email protected]
Data Acquisition Hardware
Your Signal
DAQ Device
Computer
Cable
Termina