the
linumlom w m u 2.5 m. Calculate
Jim method.
7.7 cfw_I z i) in nuudltiun Ind punch
cfw_1 : G) in superstructure
-H-.-_-n_- 3
f*H?5w-rig-m._. _ _
PLAN
(NI dimensions other than mentioned are in m)
Fig. 2.11.
j-faseline2[40+2x0:0 + 262. 5+ 2X 0.30
EM306 [2015]
Sieve Analysis Test
Testing objectives:
The Standard grain size analysis test determines the relative proportions of different
grain sizes as they are distributed among certain size ranges.
Need and Scope:
The grain size analysis is widely us
EM381 [2016]
Practical No 1
Object:-Sieve Analysis for Fine Aggregates
Apparatus:- Mechanical sieve shaker, balance, steel bowls, standard sieve.
Theory:Sieve analysis enables us to ascertain the properties of different sizes of aggregates. The
results wh
EM381 [2016]
Practical No 1
Object:-Sieve Analysis for Coarse Aggregates
Apparatus:- Mechanical sieve shaker, balance, steel bowls, standard sieve.
Theory:- Sieve analysis enables us to ascertain the properties of different sizes of
aggregates. The result
Chapter 8
Internal Flow
Reynolds Number and Energy
Losses
Objectives
After completing this chapter, you should be able to:
Describe the appearance of laminar flow and turbulent flow.
State the relationship used to compute the Reynolds number.
Identify
Chapter 8
Internal Flow
Flow in Noncircular Pipes
Objectives
After completing this chapter, you should be able to:
Compute the average velocity of flow in noncircular cross
sections.
Compute the Reynolds number for flow in noncircular cross
sections usin
Prince Sultan University
College of Engineering
Engineering Management Department
Fluid mechanics
Solve the following problems and feel free to contact me if you find
some difficulties
Q1) A pipe flows full with water. Is it possible for the volume flow r
Chapter 5
Fluids in Motion
Volume Flow Rate
How can we determine the volumetric flow rate (Q)?
1. Experimentally and for liquids collect certain volume of liquid
V during certain time t. Then:
V
Q
t
For gases this does NOT work. We will learn later how
Mechanics : the science that deals with bodies at rest or in motion under the influence of
forces.
Statics : is to study bodies at rest.
Dynamics : is to study bodies in motion.
Fluid mechanics : is to study the behavior of fluids at rest or in motion and
Chapter 2
Properties of Fluids
Objectives
Have a working knowledge of the basic properties of fluids
and understand the continuum approximation.
Have a working knowledge of viscosity and the
consequences of the frictional effects it causes in fluid flow
Chapter 1
Introduction And Basc
Concepts
November 2, 2016
Eng. Mohammad Y. "Bani Mfarrej"
1
Objectives
Understand the basic concepts of Fluid Mechanics.
Recognize the various types of fluid flow problems
encountered in practice.
Model engineering probl
Chapter 3
Pressure
Measurement
Objectives
Define the relationship between absolute pressure, gage
pressure, and atmospheric pressure.
Define the relationship between a change in elevation and
the change in pressure in a fluid.
Describe several types of
Chapter 11: Applications and
Processing of Metal Alloys
ISSUES TO ADDRESS.
How are metal alloys classified and what are their
common applications?
What are some of the common fabrication techniques
for metals?
What heat treatment procedures are used to
Chapter 10:
Phase Transformations
ISSUES TO ADDRESS.
Transforming one phase into another takes time.
Fe
(Austenite)
C
FCC
Fe C
3
Eutectoid
transformation (cementite)
+
(ferrite)
(BCC)
How does the rate of transformation depend on
time and temperature?
Chapter 9: Phase Diagrams
ISSUES TO ADDRESS.
When we combine two elements.
what is the resulting equilibrium state?
In particular, if we specify.
- the composition (e.g., wt% Cu - wt% Ni), and
- the temperature (T )
then.
How many phases form?
What is t
Chapter 8: Mechanical Failure
ISSUES TO ADDRESS.
How do cracks that lead to failure form?
How is fracture resistance quantified? How do the fracture
resistances of the different material classes compare?
How do we estimate the stress to fracture?
How
Chapter 7:
Deformation & Strengthening
Mechanisms
ISSUES TO ADDRESS.
Why are the number of dislocations present
greatest in metals?
How are strength and dislocation motion related?
Why does heating alter strength and other properties?
Chapter 7 - 1
Dis
Chapter 6:
Mechanical Properties
ISSUES TO ADDRESS.
Stress and strain: What are they and why are
they used instead of load and deformation?
Elastic behavior: When loads are small, how much
deformation occurs? What materials deform least?
Plastic behavi
Chapter 5: Diffusion
ISSUES TO ADDRESS.
How does diffusion occur?
Why is it an important part of processing?
How can the rate of diffusion be predicted for
some simple cases?
How does diffusion depend on structure
and temperature?
Chapter 5 - 1
Diffus
Chapter 3: The Structure of Crystalline Solids
ISSUES TO ADDRESS.
How do atoms assemble into solid structures?
How does the density of a material depend on
its structure?
When do material properties vary with the
sample (i.e., part) orientation?
Chapte
Chapter 2: Atomic Structure &
Interatomic Bonding
ISSUES TO ADDRESS.
What promotes bonding?
What types of bonds are there?
What properties are inferred from bonding?
Chapter 2 - 1
Atomic Structure (Freshman Chem.)
atom
electrons 9.11 x 10-31 kg
proto
ME 206: Materials Science
Course Objective.
Introduce fundamental concepts in Materials
Science
You will learn about:
material structure
how structure dictates properties
how processing can change structure
This course will help you to:
use materials