2101.
The two mooring cables exert forces on the stern of a ship
as shown. Represent eaeh force as a Cartesian vector and
determine the magnitude and coordinate direction angles
of the resultant.
SOLUTION
Unitleemn
rm = cfw_50 01+ (10 0)] + cfw_30 Mix 11
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Faculty Of Engineering Fall 2014
Civil & Environmental Eng. Engineering Mechanics
MID-TERM TEST
Date: Sunday, October 26, 2014 Room: Toido Building - Rm 100, 102,
104 and 200
Time: 1000-11200 Examiners: Dr. A. El Ragaby
1
University
orWindso-r
Faculty of Engineering
Fall
Civil & Environmental Eng.
2016
Engineering Mechanics
Mid-Term Test
Date: Saturday, October 22,2016
Room: Toldo HEC 100, I02,I04
200,202 and,204
Time: 1400-1600
Examiners: Dr. N. Biswas and
Dr. A. El Ragab
Faculty of Engineering
Fall 2016
Civil & Environmental Eng.
Engineering Mechanics
Mock Final Exam
Date: Dec 8, 2016
Room: Take home
Time: 3 hours
Examiners: Dr. N. Biswas
and Dr. A. El Ragaby
PROBLEM
SECTION NUMBER:
1
STUDENT LAST NAME:
2
STUDENT FIRST NA
Question #6
Determine the range of the cylinder mass m for which there is no motion. The
coefficient of friction between the 50-kg block and the incline is 0.15
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Mock Final Exam
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Faculty of Engineering
Civil & Environmental Eng.
Fall 2016
Engineering Mechanics I
Tutorial #8
Due on: Wednesday, November 16 @ 6:30 pm
From the textbook, solve the following problems:
T8.1 Problem # 6-4 (Determine the force in members HI, HG, GI, IC, IB
Faculty of Engineering
Civil & Environmental Eng.
Fall 2016
Engineering Mechanics I
Tutorial #2
Due on: Wednesday, September 28 @ 6:30 pm
T 2.1
T 2.2
T 2.3
Faculty of Engineering
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Engineering Mechanics I
Tutorial #7
Due on: Wednesday, November 9 @ 11:30 pm
From the textbook, solve the following problems:
T7.1 Problem # 5-74
T7.2 Problem # 5-75
T7.3 Problem # 5-77
Faculty of Engineering
Civil & Environmental Eng.
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Engineering Mechanics I
Tutorial #3
Due on: Wednesday, October 5 @ 6:30 pm
T 3.1
T 3.2
T 3.3
Calculate the moment at point O for each case
Faculty of Engineering
Civil & Environmental Eng.
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Engineering Mechanics I
Tutorial #1
Due on: Wednesday, September 21 @ 6:30 pm
From the textbook, solve the following problems:
T1.1 Problem # 2.56 on page 43
T12 Problem # 2.65 on page 53
T1.3 Pr
Faculty of Engineering
Civil & Environmental Eng.
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Engineering Mechanics I
Tutorial #5
Due on: Wednesday, October 26 @ 6:30 pm
From the textbook, solve the following problems:
T5.1 Problem # 4-69
T5.2 Problem # 4-102
T5.3 Problem # 4-128
Faculty of Engineering
Civil & Environmental Eng.
Fall 2016
Engineering Mechanics I
Tutorial #6
Due on: Wednesday, November 2 @ 6:30 pm
From the textbook, solve the following problems:
T6.1 Problem # 5-16
T6.2 Problem # 5-25
T6.3 Problem # 5-47
Faculty of Engineering
Civil & Environmental Eng.
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Engineering Mechanics I
Tutorial #10
Due on: Wednesday, November 30 @ 6:30 pm
From the textbook, solve the following problems:
T10.1 Problem # 6-99
T10.2 Problem # 8-22
T10.3 Problem # 8-48
410.
If FB = 30 lb and FC = 45 lb, determine the resultant
moment about the bolt located at A.
0.75 ft
B
2.5 ft
A
SOLUTION
a + MA = 30 cos 25(2.5) + 45 cos 30(3.25)
= 195 lb # ft d
C
30 FC
20
25
FB
*412.
The railway crossing gate consists of the 100-kg ga
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
87-523 Groundwater Contamination
Fall 2010
Assignment #4
1. Consider two different media, one fractured and the other unfractured. The hydraulic
conductivity is the same for each (1x10-8 m/s) but the effec
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
87-523 Groundwater Contamination
Fall 2010
Assignment #3
Due: November 12, 2010
1. Prepare an application for the PTTW from a groundwater source for a chosen location in
within the groundwater study area f
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
87-523 Groundwater Contamination
Fall 2010
Assignment #2
Due: October 29, 2010
1. Show that fluid potential is an energy term by carrying out a dimensional analysis of the
equation =gz + (p/).
2. Draw diag
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
87-523 Groundwater Contamination
Fall 2010
Assignment #1
Due: October 1, 2010
It is estimated that more than three million people in Ontario depend on the both private
and municipal wells. Since groundwate
87-523:
Groundwater Contamination
Fall 2010
Solute Transport
Contaminant vs Solution
Solute
Dissolved constituents or nonaqueous phase
liquids (NAPLs) (gasoline, oil or industrial
solvents) added to the water as a
consequence
consequence of mans activiti
87
87-523:
Groundwater Contamination
Fall 2010
Groundwater Modeling
Questions typically asked!
How much hydraulic head at a point will decline
by pumping a nearby well for some specified
time?
What are the expected changes in groundwater
levels due to c
87
87-523:
Groundwater Contamination
Fall 2010
Groundwater Resources
Evaluation
Phases in Exploitation of Groundwater Resources
Exploration Mapping (geology/hydrogeology), drilling,
well development
well development
Evaluation Hydraulic testing
Develop
87-523:
Groundwater Contamination
Groundwater Contamination
Fall 2010
Questions to be answered?
How much hydraulic head at a point will decline by
pumping a nearby well for some specified time?
How the concentration of a contaminant at a point will
the
87-523:
Groundwater Contamination
Groundwater Contamination
Fall 2010
Basic Properties of Media and Fluid
Media Porosity (n), permeability (k) and
compressibility ()
Fluid Density (), dynamic viscosity () and
Compressibility
Compressibility (w)
Others
87-523:
Groundwater Contamination
Fall 2010
Objectives
To impart knowledge on fundamentals of
groundwater hydrology, contaminant transport
and remediation
To train students on applying the fundamentals
to
to real world problems
To equip the students wi
4.2.6 GREEN-AMPT MODEL
Figure 4.2.10 Definition sketch for Green-Ampt model
From Darcys law
q=K
h
l
q = fp infiltration capacity
K = Ks, i.e., Saturated hydraulic conductivity
Because as water goes in, the saturation behind the front
approaches 1.0
f p =
PROBABILITY AND
STATISTICS
87-323: Hydrology
Winter 2009
87-323 Hydrology
University of Windsor
2
Statistics
To extract the essential information from a set of data, reducing
a large set of numbers to a small set of numbers
Summarizes the important charac