KING FAHD UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & MINERALS
Mechanical Engineering Dept.
Machine Design II: ME308 Semester 132
Homework # 3
Assigned: Feb 25, 2014
Due: March 9, 2014
Problem 1:
A milled profile steel spur pinion is to transmit 15 hp at a speed of 600 rev
KING FAHD UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & MINERALS
Mechanical Engineering Dept.
Machine Design II: ME308 Semester 132
Homework # 3 Solution
Problem 1:
A milled profile steel spur pinion is to transmit 15 hp at a speed of 600 rev/min. The pinion is
cut on the 20
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Become familiar with the elastic, plastic, steady creep, and
transient creep types of strain
Study models for representing the stress-strain-time
behavior
Explore three-dimensional stress-strain relationships for
linear-elastic deformation in
King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals
College of Engineering Sciences
Mechanical Engineering Department
ME 308: Machine Design II
Chapter 13: Gears General
HW # 2
Second Semester 2013-2014(132)
Due on Sunday, February 23, 2014
Note: Any missing dat
PROBLEM 1.4
KNOWN: Dimensions, thermal conductivity and surface temperatures of a concrete slab. Efficiency
of gas furnace and cost of natural gas.
FIND: Daily cost of heat loss.
SCHEMATIC:
W = 10 m
t = 0.3 m
13 m
ASSUMPTIONS: (1) Steady state, (2) One-di
King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals
Mechanical Engineering Department
ME-309 Mechanics of Machines (Semester 151)
HW # 4
Due date: Thursday, 19 November 2015
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1) Draw the displacement diagram for a follower that rises through a displacement of 4
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To develop the equations for transformation of axes for
plane stress, and apply these equations to determine the
principal stresses
Include graphical representation by Mohrs circle, as well
as extension to generalized plane stress
Explore thr
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Dr. Khaled Saleh Al-Athel
Office
9-112 and 63-248
Office Hours UTR (9-10am) @ 63-248
UTW (12-1pm) @ 9-112
Office Tel.
8831 and 7450
Email
kathel@kfupm.edu.sa
According to KFUPM regulations, attendance is
MANDATORY
The only acceptable excuse
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ISE 307: Lectures 6-7 (Chapter 3)
UNDERSTANDING MONEY
MANAGEMENT
Dr. Samir Al-Amer
Term 152
Main Issues to Consider
1. If payments occur more frequently than
annual, how do you calculate economic
equivalence?
2. If interest period is other than
TIME VALUE OF MONEY
CHAPTER 2
Chapter outline
The Cost of Money
Economic Equivalence
Interest Formulas Single Cash Flows
Equal-Payment Series
Dealing with Gradient Series
Composite Cash Flows.
2.1 Interest :the cost of money
2.1.1 Time Value of Money
The
ISE307: Fundamentals of Engineering
economics
Industrial Engineering Department
King Fahd University
Term 152
Chapter Opening storyFacebook
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launched Face
book as network site for Harvard students.
Currently mor
ISE307-Engineering Economic Analysis
Term 152
Dr. Samir Al-Amer
HW# 2
Due to : Feb 18, 2016
Q1. Dammam Bank offer a credit card that charges interest at 1.3% per month. What is the annual percentage rate? and what is the effective annual
interest rate?
Q2
ISE307-Engineering Economic Analysis
Term 152
Dr. Samir Al-Amer
HW# 1
Due to :Feb 7,2016
Q1. You have an extra $10,000 that you want to deposit it in a bank for 10 years. You have two options.
Option 1: Dammam Bank. It pays 6% simple interest annually.
Op
Chapter 3 PRACTICE PROBLEMS
3.1)
No min al int erest rate 12 1.5 18%
(a)
m
r
12
(b) Effective int erest rate 1 1 1 0.015 1 0.1956 19.56%
m
3.2)
No min al int erest rate 12 1.75 21%
m
r
12
Effective int erest rate 1 1 1 0.0175 1 0.2314 23.14%
m
3.5)
4
0.6
King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals
Mechanical Engineering Department
ME 309- Mechanics of Machines (151)
HW # 3 + Solution
Due Date: Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Total No. of Problems: 3
Problem 1:
The mechanism shown in the figure is drawn to a sc
IV- CAM DESIGN
ME-309 (031)
IV- CAM DESIGN
IV-1 Introduction
Cams are used for essentially the same purpose as linkage, that is, generation
of specified motion. A cam is a mechanical element used to drive another
element, called the follower, through a sp
PROBLEM 1.1
KNOWN: Thermal conductivity, thickness and temperature difference across a sheet of rigid
extruded insulation.
FIND: (a) The heat flux through a 3 m 3 m sheet of the insulation, and (b) The heat rate
through the sheet.
SCHEMATIC:
m22
A = 49m
k
Ch 8: Internal Convection & HX Ch11
Flow field characteristics
Heat Transfer charachterstics
Heat transfer calculations
`q = const.
xh
q conv m C p (T m ,o T m , i )
q `
T s (x )
T m (x )
hx
q `P
T m (x ) T m ,i
x
mC p
Subsequent to boundary layer merg
Two-Dimensional Conduction
2T 2T
0
x 2 y 2
.
(3) Approximate/Numerical: Finite-Difference, Finite Element or Boundary Element Method.
An approximate method for determining temperatures at discrete (nodal) points of the physical system. Most useful appro
Ch 1 & 2
Physics
conduction
Heat transfer in a solid or a stationary fluid (gas or liquid)
due to the random motion of its constituent atoms,
molecules and /or electrons.
T 1 T 2
L
T
T
L
R cond
kA
Thermodynamics can give information about the amount of he
Lumped capacitance Method
Bi
Transient Conduction
h Lc
0.1
k
To make the mathematical solution simple, let us treat a
special case in which the radiation and generation terms
are negligible compared to the convection case.
dT
hAs ,c T T
dt
t
c d
dt
Ch 12 : Radiation: Processes and Properties
Basic Principles and Definitions
What changes occur if Ts > Tsurr?
Why?
What changes occur if Ts < Tsurr?
Why?
# For an opaque surface (solid or liquid), emission originates
from atoms and molecules within 1-mic
Detailed list of the Heat transfer Topics and formulas
Ch. 1: General introduction (4 Lectures).
What is heat transfer? Physical origins and rate equations of conduction, convection radiation (emissive power, E, heat flux
emitted by a real surface, radiat
MECHANICS OF MACHINES
ME 309
Dynamic Force Analysis
Dr. Saif Al-Kaabi
Study the following Textbook sections:
From 14.1 until the end of 14.6
Also, study my handouts (Dynamic
Force Analysis)
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
The magnitude of the equivalent offset inertia
fo
HW5-SOLUTIONS
P.1
FBD-3
y
F43
x
F43
y
F23
y
F34
x
F23
x
F34
FBD-4
y
F14
x
F14
y
F32
y
F12
FBD-2
T
x
F32
x
F12
Dr. Khulief
3
Writing Equations of Static Equilibrium:
FBD-2:
x
x
F 0 F12 F32 0
y
y
Fy 0 F12 F32 0
y
x
M 0 F32 l sin 30 F32 l
(1)
X
O
2
(2)
2
Mechanics of Machines
ME 309
CAM Design
By
Dr. Saif Al-Kaabi
Study the following Textbook sections:
From 6.1 until the end of 6.8
Also, study my handouts (Cam Design)
Dr. S. Al-Kaabi
Cams are mechanisms: generation of
specified motion.
A cam is a mech
SOLUTION
O
B3
D
aCor
aBN2
(aB / B ) r
2
3
aBT2
B2
(a) If CD = 14 cm, determine the position scale
Ans: 1 cm : 1.795 cm
(b) If
2 2 rad / s , determine the acceleration scale
Ans: from figure aBN = 40.925, then scale is 1 cm : 6.6 cm/s2
2
(c) The magnitude
Objectives:
The objectives of this report are :
1.
To Introduce the conventional notation for modeling four-bar linkages.
2.
To Introduce the use of the Working Model program for linkage analysis by
systematically "building" a four-bar linkage.
Introduct
KING FAHD UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM &MINERALS
Mechanical Engineering Dept.
Machine Design II: ME308 161
Homework # 1 - SOLUTION
Assigned 04 October 2016 and due 16 October 2016
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KING FAHD UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM &MINERALS
Mechanical Engineering Dept.
Machine Design II: ME308 161
Homework # 1
Assigned 04 October 2016 and due 16 October 2016
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King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals
Mechanical Engineering Department
ME308: Machine Design II
Homework #2 SOLUTION
Assigned: Sunday, 16/10/2016
Due: Sunday, 23/10/2016
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Problem 1
Problem 2
Problem 3
Problem 4
KING FAHD UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & MINERALS
Mechanical Engineering Dept.
Machine Design II: ME 308 Semester 161
Homework # 3 (Chapter 13)
Assigned: Nov 1, 2016
Due: Nov 8, 2016
Problem 1:
In the figure, the straight bevel pinion carried by shaft AB
recei