PNEUMATICS AND HYDRAULIC TECHNOLOGY
INTRODUCTION TO PNEUMATICS AND HYDRAULIC
TECHNOLOGY
INTRODUCTION
Introduction to Pneumatics and Hydraulic
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
The objectives of this unit are to :
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Understand the basic principle o
Basic Hydraulics and
Pneumatics
Module 1: Introduction to Pneumatics
PREPARED BY
IAT Curriculum Unit
March 2011
Institute of Applied Technology, 2011
ATM 1122 Basic Hydraulics and Pneumatics
Module 1: Introduction to Pneumatics
Module Objectives
After th
Electric Vehicles
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Exercise 3: Force-Couple System
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This is individual exercise.
Write down following question onto 1 piece of paper.
Provide the solution for the exercise given.
Use separate paper to answer each question.
Please submit your solution before pr
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1. Compute
the combined
moment of the
two 400 N
forces about
(a) point O and
(b) point A.
(2/59)
MO ?
M O M A 400 (0.4) 160 N m (cw)
M A ?
2. The top view of a revolving entrance door is shown. Two
persons simultaneously approach the door and exert force
ENGINEERING MECHANICS STATIC
2-3 COUPLE:
The moment produced by two equal, opposite, and noncollinear forces is
called a couple. Couples have certain unique properties and have important
applications in mechanics.
Mo = F (a + d) F a
Mo = F a + F d F a
M F
Exercise 4: Force Equilibrium
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2)
3)
4)
5)
This is individual exercise.
Write down following question onto 1 piece of paper.
Provide the solution for the exercise given.
Use separate paper to answer each question.
Please submit your solution before proc
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GERMAN-MALAYSIAN INSITUTE
DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS
IAT 0953 : PNEUMATICS & HYDRAULICS
TUTORIAL 1 OVERVIEW & BASIC PNEUMATICS DEVICES
Lecturer : Easwandy Bin Saian
1. Define the term pneumatics
2. Describe, from the pneumatics perspective, the
TUTORIAL
INDICES & LOGARITHMS
1.
Write each of the following numbers as a fraction, without using any indices:
a.
2 4
Solution:
c.
10 2
Solution:
2.
b.
8 1
Solution:
d.
4 2
Solution:
Calculate, giving your answers as fractions or decimals:
a.
10 1 10
Solu
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INDICES & LOGARITHMS
1.1
EXPONENT
1.1.1
DEFINITION
What is EXPONENT?
The exponent of a number shows
how many times to use the number in
a multiplication.
It is also called as an index or a
power.
Examples:
base
base
2
3
3
4
Exponent (or index,
or power
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OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH
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LCD 10201
TOPIC1:
THE MAJOR RULES AND FUNCTION
OF SAFETY REPRESENTATIVES
AND OHS COMMITEES
GENERAL
DUTIES OF EMPLOYERS
Maintain plant and system of work
that are safe and without risk to
health
Ensure safe operation
LGD10703/Tutorial 7
CHAPTER 7 : IDEAL GAS
2. A 0.18 m radius spherical helium balloon has an internal pressure of 1.05 atm at room
temperature (20C). Find the number of moles of helium and the mass. (Atomic mass of He
is 4 g/mol)
(1.066 mol)
3. An ideal g
LGD10703 _Tutorial 4
CHAPTER 4 : DYNAMICS - NEWTONS LAWS OF MOTION
1. An object of mass 20 kg is pulled on the floor with a force of 20 N. If the frictional force is
( 0.85 m/s2 )
3.0 N, find the acceleration of the object.
2. A man pulls a box on a smoot
LGD10703/Tutorial 6
CHAPTER 6 : MOMENT OF FORCE
1. Define moment.
2. State two conditions for an object to be in the static equilibrium condition.
3. Calculate the moment and determine the direction of the force 15 N about point A.
2m
( 30 Nm ; clockwise
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BTM1213
Engineering Mechanics
Topic 3: Resultants
Previously it was shown that force vectors may be added, that moment vectors may be added, and
that force couples may be replaced by a moment. In design it is usually appropriate to evaluate
these sums and
BTM 1213
Engineering Mechanics
Topic 2: Moments and Couples
Forces not only accelerate bodies, but when acting about an axis, they also result in turning of the
body. This action is referred to as moment
F1
d1
X
M1 = F1 d1
clockwise
Moment is defined as f
Force System
May the force be with you
Force Vectors
Forces are fixed vectors.
In adition to the magnitude and direction of the force, it is
usually necessary to consider where the force acts (in
particular, its line of action)
Force acts at specific
loca