I believe it is possible to escape the repetition of everyday life. Sisyphus was cursed
my the gods to keep on preforming the sametask of rolling thestone to the top of the
hill and no chanceof ever s
Discussion
From the truth tables provided and by using the rows with high outputs an experssion was created. This
boolean expression was simplified further using XOR.
4.1 Half Adder
The first wired ci
In the story Hensel and Gretel we clearly observe the out come of hospitality and
hostility. Hospitality can be defined as a generous reception of guests or
strangers. While hostility is defined as il
Introduction
My name is Natnael Ghebhreegziabiher I am on my first year electrical
engineering course student in Conestoga collage, which is a three-year
programm. I have chosen this structure for my
Discussion
From the truth tables provided and by using the rows with high outputs an experssion was created. This
boolean expression was simplified further using XOR.
4.1 Half Adder
The first wired ci
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Pros and Cons of Solar Energy
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September 7th, 2016.
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Nickel
Refining Process
Nickel was used as an alloying material thousands of years before it was
identified and isolated as a periodic element in 1751. A Swedish scientist by the name of
Axel Frederic
AISI 1020 Steel
Composition
Element
Weight %
C
0.18-0.23
Mn
0.30-0.60
P
0.04 (max)
S
0.05 (max)
Mechanical Properties
Conditions
Properties
T (C)
Density (1000 kg/m3)
7.7-8.03
25
Poisson's Ratio
0.27-
Emotion
Chapter 11
William G. Huitt
Last revised: May 2005
Summary
A human being is inherently
biological.
conditioned by the environment.
gathering data about the world through the
senses and org
Instructor: Mohammad Toorani
MToorani
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Introduction
Deformation of beams under transverse loading
Equation of the elastic curve
Direct det
Instructor: Mohammad Toorani
MToorani
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Introduction
Bending and axial loading
Bending and shear force loading
Bending and torsion loading
All load considered
Statics & Strengt
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Statics (M
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x-v-a-t Graphs
Position Velocity Acceleration Time Graphs
Physics - Mechanical (x-v-a-t Graphs)
1
s-t (Position-Time) GRAPH
Plots of position vs. time can be
used to find velocity vs. time
curves. Fin
CURVILINEAR MOTION: CYLINDRICAL COMPONENTS
Todays Objectives:
Students will be able to:
1. Determine velocity and
acceleration components
using cylindrical
coordinates.
In-Class Activities:
Check Hom
Mechanisms
What is a Mechanism?
A mechanism is the part of a machine
which contains two or more pieces
arranged so that the motion of one
compels the motion of the others.
Generally used to:
Change t
Center of Gravity and Mass Moment of Inertia of Homogeneous Solids
z
z
r
V = 4 r 3
3
r
V = r 2h
G
h
2
G
y
x
x
Sphere
Ixx = Iyy = Izz = 2 mr 2
5
Cylinder
Ixx = Iyy =
1
12
1
m(3r2 + h2) Izz = mr2
2
z
z
Description Figure Momenﬂs} of inertia
Point mass m at a distance rfrorn the axis F}
of rotation. I: m
Two point masses, M and m, with reduced Mm 2 2
- I = —:r, 2 #1:
mass ,u and separated by a distan
PHYS-71090 & PHYS-1152 Assignment [MOI] Fall 2013
Q1.
Determine the coordinates of the mass center of the body constructed of steel
plate and a steel rod. The plate thickness is 2 mm. The rod diameter
PHYS-71095 and PHYS-1152
Assignment No. 8 Fall 2014
Q1.
Determine the moments of inertia Ix and Iy of the area shown with respect to
centroidal axes respectively parallel and perpendicular to side AB.
Geometric Properties of Line and Area Elements
Centroid Location
y
r
Centroid Location
y
L = 2 r
C
Area Moment of Inertia
A = r2
r
C
x
r sin
Ix = 1 r 4 ( 1 sin 2)
4
2
x
Iy = 1 r 4 ( + 1 sin 2 )
4
2
ABSOLUTE DEPENDENT MOTION ANALYSIS OF
TWO PARTICLES
Todays Objectives:
Students will be able to:
1. Relate the positions, velocities,
and accelerations of particles
undergoing dependent motion.
In-Cla
CURVILINEAR MOTION:
NORMAL AND TANGENTIAL COMPONENTS
Todays Objectives:
Students will be able to:
1. Determine the normal and
tangential components of
velocity and acceleration of a
particle traveling
MOTION OF A PROJECTILE
Todays Objectives:
Students will be able to:
1. Analyze the free-flight
motion of a projectile.
In-Class Activities:
Check Homework
Reading Quiz
Applications
Kinematic Equat
RECTILINEAR KINEMATICS: ERRATIC MOTION
Todays Objectives:
Students will be able to:
1. Determine position,
velocity, and acceleration of
a particle using graphs.
In-Class Activities:
Check Homework