1. The heat transfer coefficient for air flowing over a sphere is to be determined by observing the temperature-time history of a sphere fabricated from pure copper. The sphere, which is 12.7 mm in diameter, is at 66C before it is inserted into an airstre
ME 352 System Dynamics and Control
Homework #1 Due: Monday 28.02.2011
[1]. Write the equations of motion for the linear translational systems shown in Figure 1. Define the state variables as follows: (a) x1 = y 2 , x 2 = dy 2 / dt , x3 = y1 , x 4 = dy1 /
ME266 Solid Mechanics Laboratory
Oct.20,2009
1
Yeditepe University Department of Mechanical Engineering
QUIZ #1
Name: 1. (2 points) For the Instron machine used in the laboratory, indicate how the displacement values are obtained during the experiment (Pr
1 The Eect of Air Resistance Harvey Gould Physics 127 2/06/07
I.
INTRODUCTION
I simulated the motion of a falling body near the earths surface in the presence of gravity and air resistance. I used the Euler, Euler-Cromer, and Euler-Richardson algorithms a
Me 266 Solid Mechanics Laboratory
Fall 2009
Nonlinear Ansys Contact Tutorial
Preparing Element and Material
1. Element Type The suitable element type for the nonlinear analysis of the test specimen is plane 82 To choose this element:
Preprocessor>Element
Me 266 Solid Mechanics Laboratory
Fall 2009
Nonlinear Ansys 3 Point Bending Tutorial
Preparing Element and Material
1. Element Type The suitable element type for the nonlinear analysis of the test specimen is 8 -node Solid 185 To choose this element:
Prep
Writing a lab report
James R. Graham An experiment is only finished when you have written up your findings, so in some sense writing your lab report is the most important step.
1 Contents
A lab report is a written description of your activities and findin
ME 352
System Dynamics and Control
Homework #7 Solutions
Solutions given for the following ID
2 5 0 7 0 5 0 0 5
x 5
a5
y 0
b6
z 5
[1].
(a) 1 KG ( s ) 1 K
s 30
0 Q ( s ) s 30
s 5s 2 6 s
P ( s ) s s 5 s 6 s ( s 2)( s 3)
3
2
Poles: 0, -2, -3 (n=3)
Zero: -3
ME 352
System Dynamics and Control
Homework #7
Due: Friday 15.05.2013
Thisisapersonalizedhomeworkassignment.Youwillneedtocompletethefollowingstepstoconstruct
yourownsystems.
InyourstudentIDnumber,obtaindigitsx,y,andz:
2 x 0 7 0 5 0 y z
2 0 x 0 0 7 0 5 0
ME352SystemDynamicsandControl
Spring2015
LAB#4:DCMOTORSPEEDCONTROL(COMPUTATIONALLAB)
InyourstudentIDnumber,obtaindigitsx,y,andz:
2 x 0 7 0 5 0 y z
2 0 X 0 0 7 0 5 0 y z
Calculatea=x+y,b=z+1,thenkeepnumbersaandb.
1. Objectives
AsimulationmodelfortheDCmoto
ME 352
System Dynamics and Control
Homework #6
Due: Monday 04.05.2015
[1]. ParametersforthePIDcontrolsystemshownbelowaregivenas I 3, c 1 .Theperformance
specificationsrequireadominanttimeconstantof 2 anddampingratioof 0.707 .Forthis
system,
(a) Computethe
ME 352 System Dynamics and Control
Homework #1
Due: 24.02.2014
1. ObtaintheLaplacetransformofthefollowingfunction: x(t ) t 2 sin 5t
2. Usetheinitialandfinalvaluetheoremstodetermine x(0 ) and x() forthefollowing
8s 2
transform: X ( s ) 2
.
2 s 5s 3
df
3.
ME 352 System Dynamics and Control
Homework #3
Due: 18.03.2014
[1]. Findthetransferfunction X 1 ( s ) U ( s ) forthefollowingblockdiagrams.
1
U(s)
1
1
s+2
s-4
Transfer Fcn
Transfer Fcn1
1
X1(s)
3
8
Gain1
Gain
35
Gain2
(a)
1
U(s)
1
1
s+5
s-25
Transfer Fcn
ME 352
System Dynamics and Control
Homework # 4
Due: 30.03.2015
This is a personalized homework assignment. You will need to complete the following steps to
construct your own blockdiagrams.
In your student ID number, obtain digits x, y, and z:
2 x 0 7 0
ME 352
System Dynamics and Control
Homework #5
Due: Monday 13.04.2015
This is a personalized homework assignment. You will need to complete the following steps to construct
your own systems.
In your student ID number, obtain digits x, y, and z:
2 x 0 7 0
ME 352 System Dynamics and Control
Homework #2
Due: 06.03.2015
1. Aslenderrod1.6mlongandofmass24kgisattachedtoawheelofradius0.04mandnegligiblemass,
asshownbelow.Ahorizontalforcefisappliedtothewheelaxle.Derivetheequationofmotionin
termsof.Assumethewheeldoe
Sean Michael Tulin [email protected] 228 E. University Pkwy. Baltimore, MD 21218 410-662-9381 Intermediate Physics Lab
The Photoelectric Effect
Abstract: By exploiting the Photoelectric Effect, we demonstrate the corpuscular nature of light, and experim
ME 324
HW #4
18.04.2011
1. A sphere with a diameter of 20 mm and a surface temperature of 60C is immersed in a fluid at a temperature of 30C and a velocity of 2.5 m/s. Calculate the heat transfer rate when the fluid is (1) water and (2) air at atmospheric
ME 352 System Dynamics and Control
Homework #1 Solutions
1. (a) Force equations:
f (t ) = M 1 B3 d y1 dt
2 2
+ B1
dy1 dt
+ B3
dy1 - dy2 dt dt
+ K ( y1 - y2 )
2 dy1 - dy2 + K y - y + M d y2 + B dy 2 ( 1 2 )= 2 2 2 dt dt dt dt
Rearrange the equations a
ME 352 System Dynamics and Control
Homework #2
Due: Friday 18.03.2011 1. Given the dc servomotor and load in Figure - P1, represent the system in state space, where the state variables are the armature current, ia, load displacement, L, and angular veloci
ME 352 System Dynamics and Control Homework #3 Due: Friday 25.03.2010
[1]. Find the free response and the forced (step) response of the following models (i.e., solve the differential equations by using the Laplace transform). If the solution is oscillator
ME 352 System Dynamics and Control Homework #5 Due: Fri 15.04.2011
[1]. Determine the type of the following unity-feedback systems for which the forward-path transfer functions are given. (a)
K (1 + s )(1 + 4 s )(1 + 8s ) 10( s + 1) (b) G ( s ) = s ( s +
ME 352 System Dynamics and Control Homework #5 Solutions
1. 2. (a) Type 0 (b) Type 1 (c) Type 3 (d) Type 0
Input Error Constants Steady-state Error _
us (t )
Kp = K
Kv = 0
Ka = 0
1 (1 + K )
(a)
tu s ( t )
t us (t ) / 2
2
The above results are valid if t
ME 352 System Dynamics and Control Homework #6 Due: Weds 27.04.2011
This is a personalized homework assignment. You will need to complete the following steps to construct your own blockdiagrams. In your student ID number, collect digits x, y, and z. 2 x 0
ME 352 System Dynamics and Control Homework #6 Solutions
Solutions given for the following ID 2 5 0 7 0 5 0 0 5
x = 5 a=5 y = 0 b=6 z = 5
[1]. Unit-step response is obtained, on the s-shaped response curve R and L values are calculated.
Homework #6 - PID
ME 352 System Dynamics and Control Homework #7 Due: Weds 04.05.2011
[1]. The characteristic equation of linear control systems are given as follows. Construct the root loci for K0. Find the asymptotes, j-crossing (location and corresponding value of K, if