Kinetics of Particles:
Energy and Momentum
Work of a Force
Principle of Work & Energy
Applications of the Principle of Work & Energy
Power and Efficiency
Sample Problem 13.1
Sample Problem 13.2
Sample Problem 13.3
Round off the following numbers to three significant
(a) #65735 m, (b) 55.578 5, (c) 4555 N, and
68 kg. ' -
, Represent each of the following combinations of
' in the correct SI form: (a) kN/ns (b) Mg/mN, and
/(ks ' m8)-
. Represent each of the f
QUESTION 6 [15 MARKS]
A simply supported structure is modelled as a shaded area as shown in Figure 6.
a) Locate the centroid x and y of the shaded area.
b) Determine the moment of inertia of the shaded area about the x-axis Ix.
QUESTION 2 [18 MARKS]
The bar AB in Figure 2 has a built-in support at A and is loaded by the forces
FB = 2i + 6j + 3k (kN) and FC = i - 2j + 2k (kN).
a) Draw the free-body diagram of the bar.
b) Determine the reactions at A.
Metal Casting Process &
Ref: DeGarmos Materials and
Processes in Manufacturing
Expendable-mold, Sand casting
Permanent-mold, Die Casting Processes
Various casting processes developed over
DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
ECH 3904 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY II
(AMALI KEJURUTERAAN KIMIA II)
SEMESTER 2 2015/2016
Dr. Mohd Zahirasri bin Mohd Tohir
EXPERIMENT 1 & 2: LIQUID-LIQUID
QUESTION 2 |18 MARKSl
The barAB in Figure 2 has a builtin support at A and is loaded by the forces
FB=2i + 6j + 3k(kN) and Fc=i- 2j +2k(kN).
a) Draw the freebody diagram of the bar. [6 marks]
b) Determine the reactions atA. [12 marks]
QUESTION 2 [18 MAR