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Statics MENG163
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I Mathematical Preliminaries:
Optimization of unconstrained functions
Consider the problem of determining the maximum and minimum values of a function f(x) of one
variable or a function f
Chapter 3
Assessing and Presenting Experimental Data
Common Types of Errors:
Error is defined as the difference between the measured quantity xm and the true
value xtrue :
Error = x m x true
When desi
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MENG 380 Simulink Problems
Question 1
.Plot and determine the maximum displacement
Question 2
Chapter 3 (Cont.)
3.10 Propagation of Uncertainty
Often several quantities are measured, and the results of those measurements are used
to calculate a desired result. For example, experimental values
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MENG 380 Computer Applications in Mechanical Engineering
Data Presentation
1 Data Anaysis
An Example of Sampling
During a 12-hour test of a s
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Department of Mechanical Engineering
MENG 380 Optimization
Problem 3 Page 6 Optimization hand out
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MENG 380 Computer Applications in Mechanical Engineering
Functions-Some built in and User Defined Functions
Integration
Examples on use of qu
epartment of Mechanical Engineering
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MENG 380 Computer Applications in Mechanical Engineering
Statics
A Planar Force Equilibrium
Problems in statics are presented on the following
MENG Computer Applications in Mechanical
Engineering
Numerical Solution of ODE
1 Solving First Order Equations
With ODE23 and ODE45
To solve an ODE numerically, first define a function that can be use
Computer Applications in
Mechanical Engineering
MENG 380
Statistics Review and
Linear Regression
By: Dr. Muhammad
Statistics Review
Measure of Location:
Mean: Arithmetic Mean
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epartment of Mechanical Engineering
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MENG 380 Computer Applications in Mechanical Engineering
Functions-Some built in and User Defined Functions
Zeros of Equations
A zeros of poly
General and Nonlinear
Regression
The general linear least-squares model is given by:
y a0 zo a1 z1 a2 z 2 am z m
where zs are the basis functions. For multiple linear regression,
the zs are taken as i
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CollegeofEngineering
DepartmentofMechanicalEngineering
ComputerApplicationsinMechanicalEngineering
MENG380
Applications:Statics
Q.1
Write a generalized MATLAB script to find the pe
University of Bahrain
College of Engineering
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Statics MENG 163
Thursday 23rd Dec. 2010
Sem. I 2010/11
Duration: 15 minutes
QUIZ 7
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Name:
Section: _1_
Q. Dete
University of Bahrain
College of Engineering
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Statics MENG 163
Tuesday 28th Dec. 2010
Sem. I 2010/11
Duration: 15 minutes
QUIZ 8
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Name:
Section: _1_
Q. Deter
University of Bahrain
College of Engineering
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Statics MENG 163
Thursday 9th Dec. 2010
Sem. I 2010/11
Duration: 20 minutes
QUIZ 6
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Q. The w
University of Bahrain
College of Engineering
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Statics MENG 163
Sunday 28th Nov. 2010
Sem. I 2010/11
Duration: 15 minutes
QUIZ 5
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Name:
Section: _1_
Q. Determ
SOLUTIONS TO SELECTED PROBLEMS
Student: You should work the problem completely before referring to the solution.
CHAPTER 19
Solutions included for problems: 2, 5, 8, 11, 14, 17, and 20
19.2 Needed or
SOLUTIONS TO SELECTED PROBLEMS
Student: You should work the problem completely before referring to the solution.
CHAPTER 17
Solutions included for all or part of problems: 4, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24,