Chapter 8
KINEMATIC RELATIONS IN
DEFORMATION OF SOLIDS
Figure 8.1:
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8.1
CHAPTER 8. KINEMATIC RELATIONS IN DEFORMATION OF SOLIDS
Motivation
In Chapter 3, the conservation of linear momentum for a static, steady-state, solid continuum body
resulted i
HSE207 Engineering Mechanics
Homework 04
At the beginning of the class, 5/19/2016
Problem 1
The spring is compressed by block A and block
B, and it is fixed by cord. The masses of blocks
A and B are 10 kg and 15 kg respectively.
(Assumption : mass of spri
Chapter 15
Kinematics of a Particle: Impulse and
Momentum
Lecture Notes for Section 15-2~3
PRINCIPLE OF LINEAR IMPULSE AND MOMENTUM
AND CONSERVATION OF LINEAR MOMENTUM FOR
SYSTEMS OF PARTICLES
Todays Objectives:
Students will be able to:
1. Apply the prin
HSE207 Engineering Mechanics
Homework 04
Solutions
Problem 1
The spring is compressed by block A and block
B, and it is fixed by cord. The masses of blocks
A and B are 10 kg and 15 kg respectively.
(Assumption : mass of spring is negligible,
system is fri
HSE207 Engineering Mechanics
Homework 02
Solutions
Problem 1
1)
2)
Problem 2
Two wheels with fixed hubs, each having a mass of 1kg, start from rest, and forces are applied:
F1 = 1 to the first wheel and F2 to the second wheel, as shown. Assume the hubs an
HSE207 Engineering Mechanics
Homework 01
Solutions
Problem 1
If block D weighs 300 lb and block B weighs
275 lb, determine the required weight of
block C and the angle for equilibrium.
Prob. 1
Problem 2
Small packages traveling on the conveyor
belt fall o
HSE207 Engineering Mechanics
Homework 03
Solutions
Problem 1
The 10 kg crate rests on the frictionless incline.
The crate is subjected to a horizontal load P of
400N towing force as shown. (gravitational
acceleration (g) = 10 m/s2)
a) Draw free body diagr
HSE207 Engineering Mechanics
Homework 02
At the beginning of the midterm, 4/19/2016
Problem 1
1) Derive the approximated equation of
motion of the pendulum (assume that
sin ).
g
l
m
2) Mass m is attached the ceiling of a
car. Determine the steady state an
HSE207 Engineering Mechanics
Homework 03
At the beginning of the class, 5/12/2016
Problem 1
The 10 kg crate rests on the frictionless incline.
The crate is subjected to a horizontal load P of
400N towing force as shown. (gravitational
acceleration (g) = 1
KSU Dept of ME Engineering Mechanics- Dynamics 992 Quiz02
Arbitrary Choose three problems!
Student:
ID:
1. The cylinder has a weight of 20 N and is pushed against a series of Belleville spring washers so that
the compression in the spring is s = 0.05 m.
12/05/1432
ME 201 - Dynamics
CHAPTER 15 : KINETICS OF A
PARTICLE: IMPULSE AND MOMENTUM
Dr Mohamed AICHOUNI
http:/faculty.uoh.edu.sa/m.aichouni/me201-dynamics/
These Lect ure notes are prep ared from : R. C. Hibbeler, Engineering Mecha nics Dynamics , 12t
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Michael Lenardi
Physics 221
Experiment 5 Simple Resistor Circuits
Introduction:
The purpose of this lab is that we wanted to see how Ohms Law worked and see
how certain resistors behave under certain situations. We also wanted to test the different
situat
Billy Menzer
Cs104
Volume of truncated cone: 1/3*pi*h*(r12+r1r2+r2)
1)
A.
int16 can go to 7 factorial
int32 can go to 12 factorial
intSingle can go to 33 factorial
intDouble can go to 169 factorial
B.
The floating point calculations yield the same results
Michael Lenardi
Physics 221
Experiment 4 Capacitors
1) The results shown below were calculated using formula 1, which was
E A
Q
C=k
=k 0
. K is the dielectric measured, which for part 2a it was just
V0
d
air. Airs K is 1.00054, E0 is a constant and d and
Michael Lenardi
Physics 123
Lab Experiment 12
Angular Momentum
1)
!
a) The equation for the moment of inertia of a disk is ! ! and the inertia
!
!
formula for a short cylindrical tube is ! ! + ! ! . The inertia for the disk according
to the formula would
Michael Lenardi
Physics 221
Experiment 4 Capacitors
1) The results shown below were calculated using formula 1, which was
E A
Q
C=k
=k 0
. K is the dielectric measured, which for part 2a it was just
V0
d
air. Airs K is 1.00054, E0 is a constant and d and
Problem 1
Part A
int16 can go to-10
int32 can go to-20
single can go to- 50
double can go to-100
Part B
The floating points dont always match the integer ones because
single and double can store larger floating points. However the
int16 and int32 ca only
Michael Lenardi
Physics 123
Lab Experiment 12
Angular Momentum
1)
a) The equation for the moment of inertia of a disk is
1
M R2 and the inertia
4
1
2 1
2
M R + M L . The inertia for the disk
4
3
according to the formula would be .0089659. Also the inertia
Michael Lenardi
Physics 221
Experiment 3: Electric Fields and Electric Potential
Introduction:
This lab shows how to measure electric potential using a multimeter. Different
electric potential will have a relationship with each of the charges. The electri
Michael Lenardi
Physics 221
Lab 2
Instrumentation and Oscilloscope Introduction
1)
The expected resistance according to the color codes is 26101 5 . The value that
was tested with the Multimeter was .268. The color of the resistor would have a color
code
Billy Menzer
Cs104-03
1.
A. Command Window
B. [] (Brackets)
C. To view past commands.
D. ; (semicolon).
E. The Workspace Window
F. The ansernswer will be a vector.
G. By pressing the Fx button next to the bottom line.
H. The values being passed to the fun
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CS104-Lab1
A)
Inputs: Integers, User
Prompted
MPG Highway
MPG City
Capacity of Gas Tank
Process:
City MPG * Capacity
= Minimum
Highway MPG * Capacity
= Maximum
CityMpg*HighwayMpg/2
*Capacity = Average
Outputs: Real, Floating
Point Numbers
Dis