#include <string>
#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
void Letter(double score, string name)
cfw_
/ it is last function. in this function, we will print letter grade.
if (score > 90)/above 90 to 100 will get A letter
cfw_
cout < name < ", you get A"
Hum 211: 20th Century LiteratureUtopia/Dystopia
Kelly Brewer
[email protected]
Office Hours: Wednesday 2:00-5:00 (FASS 2038)
Spring 2015
Course Description: The course introduces students to a few major works of literature that have influenced their
due February 27th, Friday 5:00pm
ME 403
Introduction to Robotics
Homework I
Question I:
Show that the length of a free vector is not changed by rotation, that is, that |v| = |Rv|.
Question II:
Show that the distance between points is not changed by rotati
Due 13 March 2015, Friday, 5:00pm
ME 403
Introduction to Robotics
Homework II
Note: Questions I X require you to derive forward kinematics equations for several robot manipulators using
Denavit-Hartenberg (DH) convention. Please make sure to clearly draw
due March 20th, Friday 5:00pm
ME 403
Introduction to Robotics
Homework III
Question I:
Given a desired position of the end-effector, how many solutions are there to the inverse kinematics of the
three-link planar arm shown in Figure 1? If the orientation
Due 20 April 2015, Monday, 5:00pm
ME 403
Introduction to Robotics
Homework V
Question I: Show that the inertia matrix for an n-link manipulator is always positive definite.
Question II: Consider the 3-link Cartesian manipulator.
Compute the inertia tenso
Due 2 April 2015, Thursday, 5:00pm
ME 403
Introduction to Robotics
Homework IV
Question I: Given the Euler angle rotations
show that
d
dt R
R = Rz, Ry, Rz,
(1)
+ cfw_s s + c j
+ cfw_ + c k
= cfw_c s s i
(2)
= S()R where
The components of i, j, k are al
ME 309 HW # 1
Due 02.03.12 05.00 pm (sharp)
Q1
A refrigerated container is in the form of a cube
with 2 m sides and has 5 mm-thick aluminum
walls insulated with a 10 cm layer of cork. During
steady operation, the temperatures on the inner
and outer surfa
ME 309 HW #2
Due 09.03.12 @ 05:00 pm (sharp)
Q1.
Real life scenario: On the flight of Apollo 12, plutonium
oxide was used to generate electric power. Heat was
generated uniformly through the loss of kinetic energy
from alpha particles emitted by plutoniu
ME 309 HW #4
Due 26.03.12 Mon 05:00 pm (sharp)
Q.1
Generate the finite-difference code for the copper plate demonstrated below with
the given nodes (points) and iterate the solution. Use the code provided with
HW3. Use convergence constraint of 0.01 & use
ME 309 HW #3
Due 19.03.12 Mon 05:00 pm (sharp)
Q1
Two separate air streams flow on the sides of a 2 mm thick plastic wall. A
20 cm-long, 1 cm diameter aluminum rod transfers heat from one stream
to the other. The hot air stream is at 70 Celsius degrees w
Cost Terminology
1. Fixed Costs are those unaffected by changes in activity level over a feasible range of capacity
available.
Typical fixed costs include insurance and taxes on facilities, general management and
administrative salaries, license fees, and
I) In connection with surfacing a new highway, a contractor has a choice of two sites
on which to set up the asphalt-mixing plant equipment. The contractor estimates
that it will cost $1.15 per cubic yard mile (de-mile) to haul the asphalt-paving
material
ME 305 POWER ELECTRONICS LAB PROJECT
Name: Alp Gl
17.12.2014
ID: 12866
1. Introduction
The buck converter is a type of DC-DC converter that produces an output voltage that is
less than outputs input. The buck converter is so called as the inductor always
ME 305 POWER ELECTRONICS
HW 3
Name-Surname :
Student Number:
Given on:
Due:
Grade
1
2
3
Submission date:
4
5
6
TOTAL
- In this homework you will look more deeply to the operation of the switching matrix, and
you will learn how to select modulation functio
ME 305 POWER ELECTRONICS
HW 2
Name-Surname :
Student Number:
Given on:
Grade
1
Due:
2
Submission date:
3
4
5
TOTAL
Fig 1 shows the circuit diagram of a magnetic stimulator made by an international biomedical
electronics company. The pulsed magnetic field
CHAPTER 11
Neural Network and Applications
Figure 11.1
Features of neural networks.
Figure 11.2
Structure of (a) a biological neuron and (b) an artificial neuron.
Figure 11.3
Several activation or transfer functions of artificial neurons.
Figure 11.4
Simp
Truss Analysis: Force Method, Part I
1. Introduction
In the chapter on matrix displacement method of truss analysis, truss analysis is
formulated with nodal displacement unknowns as the fundamental variables to be
determined. The resulting method of analy
Heat and Mass Transfer 35 (1999) 5363 Springer-Verlag 1999
An experimental investigation of heat transfer and flow friction characteristics of louvered fin surfaces by the modified single blow technique
K. C. Leong, K. C. Toh
53
Heat and Mass Transfer
Abs
HOMEWORK 02
Due: 19.10.2007 / Friday 17:30 Put your homeworks into the box in front of the room Fens 1093.
Solve the following problems from your Textbook (Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems, 5th Edition by G. Franklin et al.) 2.18 2.19 3.13 3.29 3.32
ME 303
HOMEWORK # 5
Due: November 29, 2007 / Thursday 9:30 a.m.
Homeworks will be submitted to Yesim Humay Esin during the class hour. Late submissions will not be accepted!
Solve the following problems from your Textbook (Feedback Control of Dynamic Syst
ME 303
HOMEWORK # 7
Due: January 11, 2007 / Friday 5:30 p.m.
Homeworks will be submitted to Yesim Humay Esin. Late submissions will not be accepted!
Solve the following problems from your Textbook (Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems, 5th Edition by G. Fr
ME 303
HOMEWORK # 3
Due: November 1, 2007 / Thursday 9:30 a.m.
Homeworks will be submitted to Yesim Humay Esin during the class hour. Late submissions will not be accepted!
Solve the following problems from your Textbook (Feedback Control of Dynamic Syste