Lab 4: Viscosity Measurements
ME 118: Fluid Mechanics Lab
Performed on February 22nd, 2017 and March 1st, 2017
Due March 8th, 2017
Gustavo A. Silva Hernandez
Professor: Dr. Yukun Han
Contents
Abstract.3
Introduction.3
Procedure.4
Data and Results.5
Discus
Experiment #2: Tensile Testing
California State University, Fresno
February 23rd, 2017
To: Dr. Michael Jenkins
From: Gustavo A. Silva Hernandez
Summary: This report contains the details and results obtained from testing tensile strength of
Gray 20 Cast Ir
California State University, Fresno
Experiment #1: Hardness Testing
Gustavo A. Silva Hernandez
Group members: Jeremiah Folia and Mosleh Alnajrani
ME32: Engineering Materials Laboratory
Dr. Michael Jenkins
February 8, 2017, due February 10, 2017
Table of C
Lab 3: Specific Gravity Measurements with Mohr-Westphal Balance
ME 118: Fluid Mechanics Lab
Performed on February, 15th, 2017
Due February, 22nd, 2017
Gustavo A. Silva Hernandez
Professor: Yukun Han
Contents
Abstract.3
Introduction.3
Procedure.4
Data and
Lab 2: Pressure Gage Calibration
ME 118: Fluid Mechanics Lab
Performed on February, 1st, 2017
Due February, 15th, 2017
Gustavo A. Silva Hernandez
Professor: Yukun Han
Table of Contents
Abstract.3
Introduction.3
Procedure.3
Data and Results.3
Discussion.4
Lab 1: Vernier Calipers
ME 118: Fluid Mechanics Lab
Performed on January, 25th, 2017
Due February, 1st, 2017
Gustavo A. Silva Hernandez
Professor: Yukun Han
Contents
Abstract.3
Introduction.3
Procedure.3
Data and Results.4
Discussion.4
Conclusion.
Name: Chin Hong Tyng
1. The difference between atomic mass and weight is they are both the mass of proton and
neutron in an atom but atomic mass will not change its value because of where its at and
atomic weight will change with the gravity.
2. The two i
ME 32
ENGINEERING MATERIALS LABORATORY
Spring 2017 (AY 2016-17)
Experiment #1: Hardness Testing
Introduction and Background
An engineer often times needs to know the mechanical response (e.g., strength, elastic constants, hardness, etc.)
of a material. Ge
ME 31
Hmwk 4 Assignment
[20 pts]
1.
a) Calculate the fraction of atom sites that are vacant for lead at its melting temperature of 327C (600 K).
Assume an energy for vacancy formation of 0.55 eV/atom.
b) What would the temperature need to be to create 1/3
The first order divided difference is:
The second order divided differences is:
Also, we need use the nth order divided difference as:
Using above formulas, we can get:
So, for the value of y can be calculated for x=8 as follows:
Zero order
First order
Se
ME 116 Fluid Mechanics
Due on 9/8/2016, Thursday
Homework Assignment 2
Instructions: Please show all work to receive maximum credit. Substitution of numbers and units
into the equations is required. The final answer, including proper units is to be boxed.
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY FRESNO
Department of Mechanical Engineering
ME-140
Advanced Engineering Analysis
In-Class Activity No. 5 Optimization
1. Considering the function f(x), perform two iterations of Golden-Section search method
xuand
3
to locate th
ME 116 Fluid Mechanics
Due on 9/1/2016
Homework Assignment 1
Instructions: Please show all work to receive maximum credit. Substitution of numbers and units
into the equations is required. The final answer, including proper units is to be boxed. Pound (lb
Similar with last question, we can use the nth order divided difference as:
So we can get:
The result of applying Newtons polynomial at i=1.15 are:
From the table, we can find that the second order version has the minimum error, so
the results will be 0.3
ME 156: Thermodynamics II
Fall 2016
Department of Mechanical Engineering, California State University Fresno
Course Description: This course deals with advanced topics from Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics. Topics include
review of first and second law
HOMEWORK # 1 ME156 Fall 2016
1
A mass of 8 kg of helium undergoes a process from an initial state of 3 m3/kg and 15C
to a final state of 0.5 m3/kg and 80C. Assuming the surroundings to be at 25C and 100 kPa,
determine the increase in the useful work poten
(a) We can calculate the integral
(b) The trapezoidal rule is given by:
When we substituting the value, we can obtain that:
(c) For the first segment trapezoidal rule is applied and for the next three segments Simpsons 3/8
rule is applied, and for the las
Anlisis
Se toma la decisin de contratar horas extras en vez de contratar horas extras en ver de
contratar un nuevo empleado, dado que el sueldo vs hora extras en menos costoso.
Teniendo en cuenta que julio es un mes con festivos se toma la decisin de no o
Chapter 2
ENERGY, ENERGY
TRANSFER, AND GENERAL
ENERGY ANALYSIS
Objectives
Introduce the concept of energy and define its various forms.
Discuss the nature of internal energy.
Define the concept of heat and the terminology associated with energy
transfer b
D. Law
ME 136 Thermodynamics
Fall 2015
ME 136 Thermodynamics
Due on 9/24/2015
Homework Assignment 3
Instructions: Please show all work to receive maximum credit. Substitution of numbers and units
into the equations is required. The final answer, including
D. Law
ME 136 Thermodynamics
Fall 2015
ME 136 Thermodynamics
Due on 10/20/2015
Homework Assignment 5
Instructions: Please show all work to receive maximum credit. Substitution of numbers and units
into the equations is required. The final answer, includin
D. Law
ME 136 Thermodynamics
Fall 2015
ME 136 Thermodynamics
Due on 10/29/2015
Homework Assignment 6
Instructions: Please show all work to receive maximum credit. Substitution of numbers and units
into the equations is required. The final answer, includin
D. Law
ME 136 Thermodynamics
Fall 2015
ME 136 Thermodynamics
Due on 10/6/2015
Homework Assignment 4
Instructions: Please show all work to receive maximum credit. Substitution of numbers and units
into the equations is required. The final answer, including
D. Law
ME 136 Thermodynamics
Fall 2015
ME 136 Thermodynamics
Due on 9/17/2015
Homework Assignment 2
Instructions: Please show all work to receive maximum credit. Substitution of numbers and units
into the equations is required. The final answer, including
D. Law
ME 136 Thermodynamics
Fall 2015
ME 136 Thermodynamics
Due on 9/8/2015
Homework Assignment 1
Instructions: Please show all work to receive maximum credit. Substitution of numbers and units
into the equations is required. The final answer, including
ME 136 Thermodynamics - Homework Format:
Homework should be presented in a neat and logical format. It is recommended that you solve your
homework problems using the following steps:
1. Identify what is given
2. State what is to be found
3. Draw a schemat
ME 136 Thermodynamics
Chapter 1
Getting Started
Introductory Concepts and Definitions
Dr. Law
California State University, Fresno
Defining Systems
System: A quantity of matter or a region in
space chosen for study.
Surroundings: everything external to the
ME 136 Thermodynamics
Syllabus and Introductory Material
Dr. Law, Ph.D.
California State University, Fresno
Chapter 1s Learning Outcomes
Identify the unique vocabulary associated with
thermodynamics through the precise definition of
basic concepts to for