bachelor in mechanical engineering (manufacturing)
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Spring 2016
CHAP 3 : MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF
MATERIALS
Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this chapter, students should be able to:
Relate stress and strain by employing empiricallyobtained
linear elastic constants, E, G and
Discuss the behaviour described in the
bachelor in mechanical engineering (manufacturing)
MECHANICAL em241

Spring 2016
CHAP 6 : BENDING
Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this chapter, students should be able to:
Construct shear and moment diagrams for beams and shafts
Determine the critical locations for shear and moment in a
member
Determine the bending stresses in a l
bachelor in mechanical engineering (manufacturing)
MECHANICAL em241

Spring 2016
CHAP 5 : TORSION
Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this chapter, students should be able to:
Determine the stress distribution within the member under
torsional load
Determine the angle of twist when the material behaves in a
linearelastic manner
Solve
bachelor in mechanical engineering (manufacturing)
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Spring 2016
CHAP 4 : AXIAL LOAD
Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this chapter, students should be able to:
Determine the elastic deformation in axially loaded
members
Apply the principle of superposition and compatibility
conditions to solve statically indeterminat
bachelor in mechanical engineering (manufacturing)
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Spring 2016
CHAP 2 : STRAIN
Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this chapter, students should be able to:
Define the concepts of normal and shear strains
Determine the deformation in loaded members by specifying
their respective normal and shear strains
Course Outcome
12/4/2013
PLANAR KINETICS OF A RIGID BODY:
EQUATION OF MOTION FOR GENERAL MOTION
We will limit our study of planar kinetics to rigid bodies that are
symmetric with respect to a fixed reference plane.
As discussed in Kinematics of rigid body, when a body
PLANAR KINEMATICS OF A RIGID BODY
After Completing this section, students should be able to;
Understand
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mechanical
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Know how to find the velocity and acceleration of of
certain point/link.
Know how to
4.5 KINEMATICS OF RIGID BODY IN
SPATIAL(3D) MOTION
After Completing this section, students should be able to;
Understand
U d
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i
off 3D
mechanical systems.
Know how to find the velocity and
acceleration of a certain point/link.
Know ho
MEC 420 DYNAMICS
KINETICS OF PARTICLES
CHAPTER 3: KINETICS OF PARTICLES
Objective of this chapter;
1. To understand the relationship between the force acting on a particle and its
acceleration.
2. To apply the Newtons 2nd law of motion in various compone
CHAPTER 1
Compressible Flow
Dr. Baljit Singh
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Universiti Teknologi Mara
2015
Adapted from Dr Muhad
Source: Fluid Mechanics Fundamentals & Applications, 3rd
Edition by Cengel and Cimbala, McGrawHill, 2014
Objectives
Apprec
Lab Report Format
Structure of the report
Title
Abstract
Table of Contents
List of Tables
List of Figures
Introduction
Theory
Experimental Procedures
Results*
Discussion*
Conclusions*
References
Appendices and Raw Data
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The product that we chose is Electric Rice Cooker.
2.INTRODUCTION OF PRODUCT
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Fluid machinery homework.
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Title: Forced Vibration Experiment Resonance of Spring Dashpot System with spring
Abstract
The forced vibration experiment was carried out to determine the resonance of SpringDashpot
System in different damping conditions. There are 4 data that has been
Handle
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Drill Bit
4.1 HANDLE
A handle is used by the workers to hold and move the jackhammer through the
workpiece. The handle grip present in the jackhammer is very important for the workers
safety, if the handle grip is not included, the
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ANSWER
1. In a centrifugal pump, the liquid enters the pump at the center.
2. Pump curves are essentially data about a given pump's ability to produce
flow against certain head.The pump characteristic is normally descr
THEORY
Sample Preparation
Materials engineers can predict the general behavior of materials by observing their
microstructure. Besides the crystallographic nature of a material, imperfections inside a material
have even a greater influence on the mechanic
TABLE OF CONTENT
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ABSTRACT
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INTRODUCTION
3.
OBJECTIVES
4.
THEORY
5.
APPARATUS
6.
PROCEDURE
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RESULT
8.
DISCUSSION
9.
CONCLUSION
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REFERENCES
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PROBLEM STATEMENT
For the problem statement, we decided to add more functions and conformity in our project
design in product of drone. It will become more functioning in our life and user friendly. The
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1.0 Pengertian Tasawwur
ICEB113
Islam and Civil Society for
Engineers I
ABDUL AZIZ MAT ISA, Phd.
1.0 Manusia dan Allah
Islam dan konsepkonsep asas
1. Islam sebagai cara hidup
Agama adalah sistem yang mengatur tata kepercayaan dan
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2.23 Use Kirchhos current law to determine the
current in each of the 3052 resistors in the circuit of
Figure P223.
30 .0. each
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2.28 For the circuit shown in Figure P228, nd
Figure P228
a. The equivalent resistance seen by the source.
b. Th
DMM 1523
ENGINEERING MATERIALS
QUIZ NO : 1
NAME: Muhd Haiqal bin Hamdan
ID NO: MB16176
SECTION: M04
REMARK : This assignment is to fulfill
CO1
CO1: Describe and illustrate the
materials atomic bonding and
crystal structure
1. Which of the following is tru
DMM 1423
Electric & Electronics Technology
1
Voltage Divider & Current Divider
2
Voltage Divider
When a voltage is applied to a series combination of
resistances, a fraction of voltage appears across each of the
resistance.
A series circuit acts as a volt
Chapter 1:
Fundamental of Electric Circuit
Content
Distinguish the principal elements of electric
circuit: nodes, loops, meshes, branches,
voltage and current source, power and
energy.
Apply Kirchhofs laws to simple electric
circuits and derive the basi
DMM 1423
Electric & Electronics Technology
1
Resistance in Series & Parallel
2
Lesson Outcome
At the end of this topic, students should be
able to:
Replace series or parallel combinations of
resistances by equivalent resistances.
Determine currents and
CHAPTER 3
1. a) the modulus of elasticity is the slope of the elastic or the linear portion of the
stressstrain graph. The strain axis has been expanded in the inset to facilitate the
computation. The slope of this linear region is the rise over the run
Chapter 3 (Week 4)
1. a) the modulus of elasticity is the slope of the elastic or the linear portion of the stressstrain graph.
The strain axis has been expanded in the inset to facilitate the computation. The slope of this linear
region is the rise over
Chapter 3 (Week 4)
3. Ductile Fracture
occurs after extensive plastic deformation
characterised by slow crack propagation
Surface of ductile fracture in lowcarbon steel, showing dimples.
Fracture is usually initiated at impurities, inclusions, or preexis
CHAPTER 2
1. Ionic bonding is when metallic elements transfer the valence electrons to nonmetallic atoms to produce ions that are bonded together by coulombic forces. Content
bonding is nonmetallic atom share electron with nonmetallic atom to form a sta