September 18, 2003
AE3120 - TEST#1
Problem 1: [40 pts]
For the cantilever beam shown in Figure (1)
1- Derive the Moment-curvature relationship
2- Draw the axial force; shear force and bending moment diagrams.
3- Find the maximum slope due to the app
Review of AE3521
The following main topics were covered in AE3521 during the Fall semester of 2006.
Review of Newtonian Mechanics Main ideas:
- Newtons law
F = ma
Applies to: particles and the acceleration is computed wrt an inertial observer. The
AE3122 Homework #8 Solutions (F03) Page 1 of 6:
From Section 9.1 the components of the bending moment about the x and y axes are, respectively
The direct stress distribution is given by Eq. (9.6) so that, initially, the position of the centroid of a
111 problems are of aqu.1 weight. Show all work.
1. A uniform dish of radius r rolls without slipping inside a circular
track of radius R. as shown in the figure below.
a) Calculate the total energy E of the disk.
h) Derive the dynamic equstions of mo
AE3122 Homework #5 (TMTP) F03
Problem 5a: Numerical Solution Using Matlab Scripts > kassemble5 Define element
stiffness and assemble global stiffness matrix: Bar 12 kg =
0.0000 -0.0000 -0.0000 0.0000 0 0 0 0 -0.0000 1.7321 0.0000 -1.7321 0 0 0 0 -0.
Coriolis Eect on Air Movement
The Coriolis eect is most noticeable on the air masses. As the air moves from a high-pressure area to
a low-pressure area, the Coriolis force deects the air (as seen by an observer on the Earth) to the
right in the Northern h
Home work Isentro ricrElow.
Air o 3 through a duct, 4 inches in diameter at a rate of 2.2 lbm/s. The stagnation
pressis 100 F. If the static pressure is 6 psi, find the Mach number, velocity and
the stagnation pressure at this location.
A perfect gas (g=1