Physics Factsheet
April 2003
Number 54
The Simple Pendulum
This Factsheet follows on from Factsheet 20 (Simple Harmonic Motion)
and Factsheet 53 (Mechanical Oscillations).
Radians
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ME1332: Design Project 2 Autonomous Vehicle to Touch Wall and Return
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A vehicle, which can be any movable device - wheeled, walking, sliding, jumping, rolling or other, must move from
a point on a flat surface to touch a wall placed at a random dist

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ME1302: Analytical Skills and Methods
ME1302: Analytical Skills and Methods
Prof Harris Makatsoris & Dr Jie Chen
To develop knowledge, understanding and skills in
fundamental topics of mathematics so that students

School of Engineering and Design
SED06: Examinations Cover Sheet
SUBJECT AREA:
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Module Code:
ME1301
Module Title:
THERMOFLUIDS
Date-Month:
APRIL / MAY
Time allowed Hours:
Year: 2014
THREE
Answer FOUR questions: TWO from Section A, TW

MOMENTS OF INERTIA (Chapter 10)
APPLICATIONS
Many structural members like beams
and columns have cross sectional
shapes like I, H, C, etc.
Why do they usually not have solid
rectangular, square, or circular cross
sectional areas?
What primary property of

School of Engineering and Design
SED06: Examinations Cover Sheet
SUBJECT AREA:
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Module Code:
ME1301
Module Title:
THERMOFLUIDS
Date-Month:
MAY
Year: 2013
Time allowed THREE Hours:
Answer FOUR questions: TWO from Section A, TWO from S

School of Engineering and Design
SED06: Examinations Cover Sheet
SUBJECT AREA:
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Module Code:
ME1301
Module Title:
THERMOFLUIDS
Date-Month:
MAY
Year: 2012
Time allowed THREE Hours:
Answer FOUR questions: TWO from Section A, TWO from S

School of Engineering and Design
SED06: Examinations Cover Sheet
SUBJECT AREA:
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Module Code:
ME1301
Module Title:
THERMOFLUIDS
Date-Month:
APRIL / MAY
Time allowed Hours:
Year: 2013
THREE
Answer FOUR questions: TWO from Section A, TW

CENTER OF GRAVITY AND CENTROID (Chapter 9)
APPLICATIONS
To design the structure for
supporting a water tank, we will
need to know the weights of the
tank and water as well as the
locations where the resultant
forces representing these
distributed loads ar

EXAMPLE 7.3
The beam supports the loading shown in Fig. 7—6a. Determine the
internal normal force, shear force, and bending moment acting just to
the left, point B, and just to the right, point C, of the 6-kN force.
Solution
Support Reactions. The free-

ME1300 B. Wang
Tutorial 0: Unit matters
This is to be carried out as homework.
1.
Read what an Australian farmer expounding on his troubles.
It all started back in the sixties when they changed from pounds to dollars and suddenly
my mortgage doubled. I wa

Physics Factsheet
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April 2002
Number 34
The Gas Laws
Charles law
This Factsheet will explain:
how Boyles Law is arrived at experimentally;
how Charles Law is arrived at experimentally;
the Kelvin temperature scale;
how the Pre

Physics Factsheet
September 2001
Number 21
Nuclear Transformations & Binding Energy
This Factsheet will explain:
the concept of binding energy, and how it relates to nuclear
stability;
how to use mass-energy equivalence in nuclear processes;
the princi

Physics Factsheet
September 2002
Number 37
Specific Heat Capacity and Specific Latent Heat
material being heated, you will only get half the temperature rise if the same
amount of heat energy is supplied. A graph of temperature rise against
mass of materi

‘ Péysics Fadsbeet ﬁ
Half-life and decay constant
The half—life is the time taken for the radioactivity (A) of a substance
to fall by half. The original number 01" radioactive nuclei (N) and
mass of original substance (111) also fall by hall" in the sam

Physics Factsheet
September 2001
Number 22
Radioactivity II
Exponential decay curves have some important properties:
For small values of t the curve falls off quickly but this slows down
as t becomes big; the gradient never = 0 and the curve never cuts t

Physics Factsheet
September 2001
Number 20
Simple Harmonic Motion Basic Concepts
This Factsheet will:
! explain what is meant by simple harmonic motion
! explain how to use the equations for simple harmonic
motion
! describe the energy transfers in simple

January 2001
Number 11
Radioactivity an introduction
This Factsheet will explain the nature, properties and effects of
radioactive emissions, the concept of half-life and the hazards and
benefits of radioactivity.
Atoms a reminder
An atom contain

Physics
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Number 115
Practical Techniques for Damping Oscillations
Damping is primarily a method of absorbing energy from oscillations
for the purpose of controlling or eliminating these oscillations. The
kinetic ener

Physics Factsheet
April 2002
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Number 31
First Law of Thermodynamics
This Factsheet is about the first law of thermodynamics, which is concerned
with how energy is transferred from and to any material. In order to
understand the fi

Tema 16.- Esttiica de llos flluiidos
Tema 16 - Estt ca de os f u dos
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16.1.- Los fluidos como medios continuos.
16.1.a. Propiedades mecnicas
Un fluido es una sustancia
que puede fluir
que carece de forma fija, de modo que adopta
la del recipiente que

Numerical Answers to Fluid Mechanics Exam Questions
2012, 2013 and 2014
May 2012
QA1. c): (i) 31895 Pa; (ii) 245 mm
QA2. c): (i) 0.625a; (ii) 0.64, 0.977
QA3. b): 0.0034, 495.22 m
QA4. b): (i) 0.122 m; (ii) 16.531 m; (iii) 27 kW
May 2013
QA1. c): (i) 0.25

School of Engineering and Design
SED06: Examinations Cover Sheet
SUBJECT AREA: Mechanical Engineering
Module Code: ME1300
Module Title: Fundamentals of Solid Body Mechanics
Date-Month:
APRIL/MAY
Year: 2011
Time allowed Hours: Three
Answer-questions:
All f

FRICTION (Sections 8.1 - 8.2)
Todays Objective:
Students will be able to:
a) Understand the characteristics of
dry friction.
In-Class Activities:
b) Draw a FBD including friction.
Check homework, if any
c) Solve problems involving friction. Reading quiz

TRUSSES METHODS OF JOINTS
APPLICATIONS
Trusses are commonly used to support a
roof.
For a given truss geometry and load, how
can we determine the forces in the truss
members and select their sizes?
A more challenging question is that for a
given load, how