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Quiz2
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StudentID:_
A strain gauge is used to measure the vibration of a component that is part of heavy machinery
equipment.ItisoperatedusinganaxialloadcellandisconnectedtotheWheatstonebridgeasshown
inFigure1.T

7. Circuit Analysis in Laplace Domain
By the law of Fourier transform, any arbitrary signal can be represented as a infinite sum of sine
and cosine waves of all frequencies. Subsequently, the principles of signal processing are all based
on the frequency

Chapter 3 Solutions
P3.1
(1) Use KVL:
5+ V R + 4.2=0
V R =0.8 V
V R 0.8
i=
=
=0.8 A
(2) Obtain the current using ohms law:
R
1
Then power consumed by the dash camera is: P =VI =(4.2)(0.8)= 3.36 W
Also, power generated by the voltage source is: (5)(0.8)=4

This report is due at 2pm, the same day a fortnight after the scheduled day of your lab.
AMME2700: Instrumentation Lab 1
Analysis of Basic Electronic Circuits
You need to submit these laboratory notes as a group with all questions answered and all
measure

Week 2 Assignment: Due Date: 20th March 2017 at Noon
Figure 1: A typical flywheel rotor for energy storage purposes. This one is at the Austin's Centre,
University of Texas.
A researcher is working on a flywheel energy storage battery which involves using

Week 8 Assignment, Due Date: 8th May 2017 at 2pm
Question 1 Introduction to the Laplace Domain (Total 40%)
A system with parameter x is being governed by the dynamic equation:
8
d3
dx
+ 3 + 5 10 = 5 (22 + )
3
dt
3
a. Please find the corresponding Laplace

Week 6 Assignment, Due Date: 24th April 2017 at 2pm
Figure 1: Circuit 1
Figure 2: Circuit 2
Find the value of the nodal voltages V1 and V2 for the two circuits of Figure 1 and Figure 2.
(50% for each circuit)

Week 3 Assignment, Due Date: 27th March 2017 at 2pm
Question 1
Figure 1: The main circuit.
Figure 2: The details of from Figure 1.
Figure 1 shows the main circuit to be analysed which involves an equivalent resistor whose
structure is given in Figure 2.
a

Week 5 Assignment, Due Date: 10th April 2017 at 2pm
Question 1
Figure 1: Circuit for question 1
In the circuit of Figure 1, the voltage source is given as the step function:
= 60()Volts
where t is the time in seconds.
a. Find the Thevelin and Norton equi

Chapter 10 Solutions
P10.1
k=
State of the potentiometer is:
580
=
=0.16111
T 3600
R L=k R T =161.11
Resistance of the lower end is:
The higher end resistance is then:
R H =RT RL =838.89
P10.2
R L 700
k
=
=
=0.14
State of the potentiometer is:
R 5000
x

AMME2700/AMME9700
INSTRUMENTATION
Quiz1
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Figure 1: The circuit to be analysed in Quiz 1
In the circuit of Figure 1, the switch S was initially in the OFF position until t = 0 where it
then turns ON and subsequently remains ON.
1. Fi

6. Operational Amplifiers
Up until now, our study on fundamental electronics has only involved passive components. Passive
components do not supply additional energy to the circuit and only operate based on their natural
properties. Active components, on

12. Uncertainty Analysis
The previous chapters have essentially formed the core of this book where all the fundamental
knowledge relating to sensors and the associated electronics have been covered. However, as you
may have noticed, much of the knowledge

9. Data Acquisition Systems
The previous chapters talk about the basic electrical circuits, in which signals are represented
in the forms of voltages and currents. In the electrical circuits, these signals are called analog
signals. However, in computers

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Time Allowed: Two Hours + 10 minutes reading time
This examination paper consist

Week 4 Assignment, Due Date: 3rd April 2017 at 2pm
Figure 1: Circuit 1
Figure 2: Circuit 2
Figure 3: The combined circuit where the ports Out 1 and Out 2 correspond to that respectively in Figure 1 and
Figure 2.
Figure 3 shows the overall circuit that sha

Instrumentation
Dr. Xiaofeng Wu
Instrumentation (AMME2700)
1
Atom and Electric Charge
The charge of an
electron
e 1.602 10
Coulombs (C)
Instrumentation (AMME2700)
19
Current and Voltage
Current is the time rate of flow of electric
charge past a given po

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WEEK 9
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Engineering, University of Sydney
Last Week
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Numerical Methods
AMME

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AMME2500 Engineering Dynamics | Dr. Mitc

AMME2500: ENGINEERING
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Last Lecture
Kinetics of particles:
Angular Momentum
Relative Acceleration
Kinetics of systems of particles
Newto

AMME2500: ENGINEERING
DYNAMICS
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Engineering, University of Sydney
Last Lecture
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Translation only
Rotation about a fixed point
AMME2500 Engineering Dynamics |

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DYNAMICS
WEEK 6
Dr. Mitch Bryson
School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Mechatronic
Engineering, University of Sydney
Last Lecture
Kinetics of Rigid Bodies
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Rigid Body Equations of Motion
AMME2500 Engi

AMME2500: ENGINEERING
DYNAMICS
WEEK 8
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School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Mechatronic
Engineering, University of Sydney
Last Lecture
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AMME2500 Engineering Dynamics | D

AMME2261 Weekly Tutorial Assignment
Due at the start of your tutorial class in Wk 5
A floating pontoon in the harbour is constructed as a simple equilateral triangular prism as
shown in the figure below.
If a = 3 m, L = 10 m and the pontoon mass is 10 ton

Chapter 2 Solutions
P2.1
1. One KWh means 1kW for one hour. So it is 1000x3600 J= 3.6MJ.
7.2
=2 kWh.
3.6
Thus 7.2MJ is
2. For a 200V device, use P = VI
So
I=
I=
P
V
2000
=10 A
200
So this energy equates to 10 Ah for this 200V device.
3. To find how long

AMME2500: ENGINEERING
DYNAMICS
WEEK 7
Dr. Mitch Bryson
School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Mechatronic
Engineering, University of Sydney
Last Lecture
Kinetics of Rigid Bodies
General Planar Motion
AMME2500 Engineering Dynamics | Dr. Mitch Bryson
2
Today

Instrumentation
Dr. Xiaofeng Wu
Instrumentation (AMME2700)
1
Source Transformation
R p Rs
vs Rs is
Instrumentation (AMME2700)
Thevenins/Nortons Theorem
Thevenins equivalent circuit
Nortons equivalent circuit
Instrumentation (AMME2700)
Example
Find the The