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). Paper
must have clean edges (not be torn from spiral b
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 basic knowledge about the internal
structure, properties
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MENG 215
Mechanical Engineering Drawing
Mechanical Engineering
Department
2nd Lecture
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Lecture Overview
Introduction
Types of joints
Permanent
Mechanical
Thread
Dimensioning
Production
As
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MENG 215
Mechanical Engineering
Department
4th Lecture
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Lecture Overview
Introduction
Shaft Gear-Bearing
Gears
Spur
Bevel
Worm
Spiral
Keys
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Shafts in a gea
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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 case
(i) f (x) =
1
(ii) f (x) =
x
2x + 3
(iii) f (x) =
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 Calculators.
Good Luck!
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1. (12 points)
a. State th
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 limits. Show all your work.
x 2 3x 2
i) lim
x 1 2 x 2 x 3
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 Lotfallah
Final Exam
MATH-131
Date: Friday, May 28th, 20
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 &
Mechanical Properties
Force Interatomic Spacing
Energy-Intera
International Journal of Integrated Engineering, Vol. 3 No. 1 (2011) p. 1-4
Numerical Analysis of Auto-ignition of Ethanol
Vaibhav Kumar Sahu1, Shrikrishna Deshpande1, Vasudevan Raghavan1,*
1
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Techno
Lab 4: Fracture Toughness
Michael Rogers
Torfan Ghahramani Sanan
Xianxin Zhang
Tian Cheng
Date Submitted: 28 Sept. 2015
Date Performed: 21 Sept. 2015
Lab Section: 102, Group: 14
Lab GSI: Jingyi Wang
Abstract
This experiment investigated the different frac
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 Exam
May 13, 2010
3 hours
Closed Book
2 Note Sheets
Calcul
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 x22 ) + (x22 x23 )x + (x13 x12 )y = (2 x y)
2A
2
1
1
N
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 dS =
qr (R)R2 sin dd = 4kTd R 445 W
S
0
0
The negative
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 boundaries at x = 0 and x = 1 are both essential, w(0) = w(1) =
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
subjected to a torsion moment T.
The shear flow and angl
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 continuous everywhere. Hence solutions are valid on the
entire r