ME108: Mechanical Behavior of Engineering Materials
Fall 2015 - Homework 2
Assigned: 09/11/2015, Due: 09/18/2015
Note: Homework may be submitted on plain, lined or graph paper (8.5 x 11 is preferred).
Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering Materials
Materials:
Are Substances used for the different applications surrounding us.
Materials Science:
Is primarily concerned w/ the search for ba
The American University in
Cairo
MENG 215
Mechanical Engineering Drawing
Mechanical Engineering
Department
2nd Lecture
The American University in
Cairo
Lecture Overview
Introduction
Types of joints
Pe
The American University in
Cairo
MENG 215
Mechanical Engineering
Department
4th Lecture
The American University in
Cairo
Lecture Overview
Introduction
Shaft Gear-Bearing
Gears
Spur
Bevel
Worm
Spira
The American University In Cairo
HW1 in Derivatives
Problem 1. By the definition of the derivative, find the derivative for the
following functions and determine the domain of the derivative in each c
Math 131
Final Exam
Summer 2011
Name, Last _ First_
UID: _
Show all work for full credit.
CELL PHONES OFF
Problem 1
Points
12
Score
2
12
3
6
4
25
5
10
6
10
7
8
8
12
9
10
Total
105
NO Graphing Calculat
AMERICAN UNIVERSITY IN CAIRO
School of Sciences & Engineering
Mathematics and Actuarial Science Department
Spring 2010
MATH-131
Solutions of the Final Exam
Question 1:
a) Find each of the following li
AMERICAN UNIVERSITY IN CAIRO
School of Sciences & Engineering
Mathematics and Actuarial Science Department
Spring 2010
Instructors: Prof. Salwa Ishak
Prof. Zeinab Ashour
Dr. Amani Elgammal
Dr. Wafik L
Bond type relation to
Physical & Mechanical Properties
What are the types of Bonding?
Primary & Secondary
Ionic
Covalent
Metallic
Wan Der Wall
Fluctuating bonds
Bond type relation to Physical &
Mechan
S. Govindjee
CE 133/ME 180
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY Structural Engineering,
Department of Civil Engineering
Mechanics and Materials
Spring 2010
Professor: S. Govindjee
CE 133/ME 180
Final Exa
CE C133 / ME C180
HW #5 Solutions
Problem 1
a) Let xij denote the i direction coordinate of node j and let A = 1 be the area of the
element. The shape functions for this element are
1
1
(x12 x23 x13
CE C133 / ME C180
HW #4 Solutions
Problem 1
a) The heat flux is given by
q = kT = k
kTd
(T0 + Td r/R)
er =
er
r
R
b) The total energy per time moving through the surface of the sphere S is
Z
Z 2 Z
q
ME 180 / CE 133, Homework #2
Problem 1
In order to find the weak form, one multiplies the strong form by a test function w:
Z 1
Z 1
00
(w0 )0 w0 0 + wx dx = 0
w( + x) dx = 0
0
0
Because the boundarie
Chapter 2
Torsion Stresses in Thin-Walled
Multi-Cell Box-Girders
2.1 Torsion of Uniform Thin-Walled Two-Cell Box-Girders
The thin-walled box section with uniform thickness t as shown in Fig. 2.1, is
s
Homework 3 Solutions
Section 3.8, p.218
CHAPTER
4
Higher Order Linear Equations
4.1
1. The differential equation is in standard form. Its coefficients, as well as the
function g(t) = t , are continuou