ASSIGNMENT 1
AZ Evulukwu
[email protected] Memorial University Newfoundland 709-691-3790 Dr Leonardo Lye 4/10/2011
Assignment 1 - Similitude, Modelling, and Data Analysis
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1) . 4 2) . 6 a. . 6 i. . 6 ii. . 6 iii. .
Power of DOE
Some simple examples using 2level factorials
1
Newtons Law of Motion
Consider Newtons Law of motion: F = m.a
If nature knows this relationship but we
dont, how can we obtain the relationship
without years of theoretical research?
Lets try
4. PREPARING FOR EXPERIMENTS
4.1 Introduction
Various methods of dimensional analysis were discussed in the last chapter.
Application is fairly straightforward. Having written the fundamental equation describing the
problem, the use of any method of dimen
3. Matrix Methods and The Method of Synthesis
3.1.
General
Application of the Rayleigh and Buckingham methods show obvious difficulty relating to
complexity and direction. It will have been noticed that the solution arrived at, by either method,
is depend
A Short DOE Glossary
blocking
An experimental technique that allows the possible effects of known but uncontrolled variables to be
completely eliminated from an experiment. Here is a simple example. Suppose you wanted to do an
experiment comparing basketb
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Screening Ingredients Most Efficiently with Two-Level Design of
Experiments (DOE)
A DOE on machine-made bread shows how clever application of statistical methods
quickly screens alternative ingredients to see which, if any, impair the desired reaction.
RSM Examples
Example 1:
Objective is to maximize the yield of a process.
Factor A: Reaction time (minutes)
Factor B: Reaction temperature (°F)
Current operating point: 35 mins and 155 °F (centerpoint 0,0)
Start by exploring the region in the neighbou
Engineering 9516 Similitude, Modelling and Data Analysis Memorial University of Newfoundland January April 2009
Term Paper
Title: DESIGN EXPERT APPLICATION TO VERTICAL LEAPING ABILITY IN HUMANS Author: Ebubechi Evulukwu (200989523)
Abstract:
A general fac
ASSIGNMENT 4
AZ Evulukwu
[email protected] Memorial University Newfoundland 709-691-3790 Dr Leonardo Lye 11/17/2011
Assignment 4 - Similitude, Modelling, and Data Analysis
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1) . 5 a. . 5 b. . 13 2) . 20 a. . 20 3) . 30 a. . 30 b. . 36 c. . 44
ASSIGNMENT 3
AZ Evulukwu
[email protected] Memorial University Newfoundland 709-691-3790 Dr Leonardo Lye 10/25/2011
Assignment 3 - Similitude, Modelling, and Data Analysis
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1) . 5 a. . 5 b. . 6 c. 6 2) . 17 a. . 17 b. . 18 c.
ASSIGNMENT 2
AZ Evulukwu
[email protected] Memorial University Newfoundland 709-691-3790 Dr Leonardo Lye 10/13/2011
Assignment 2 - Similitude, Modelling, and Data Analysis
TABLE OF CONTENTS 1) . 5 a. 5 i. 5 ii. 15 iii. . 16 2) . 18 a.
2.TRADITIONALMETHODSOFDIMENSIONALANALYSIS
2.1 General
It is common to think of the physical universe as a system having properties which can be
described in terms of six fundamental dimensions; mass, length, time, temperature, electric
charge and luminosi