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The average stress distribution
acting on the cross sectional area of an
axially loaded bar
Average Shear Stress
Shear stress is defined as the stress component that
acts in the plane(tangent) of the sectioned area,
Average Shear Stress
The aver
Derivatives of Transcendental
Functions
Objectives
apply the properties of the transcendental
functions to simplify differentiation;
differentiate functions involving transcendental
functions; and
A
transcendental
function
polynomial
equation
polynomial
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Definition:
Strain is a geometric quantity that measures the
deformation of a body.
Two types of strain:
1. Normal Strain which characterizes dimensional
changes.
2. Shear Strain describe distortion (changes in angles)
Also known as unit deforma
5/13/2011
Shearing forces cause shearing deformation. An element
subject to shear does not change in length but
undergoes a change in shape.
The change in angle at the corner of
an original rectangular element is
called the shear strain and is
expressed a
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HYDROSTATICFORCEONPLANESURFACES
Usually, engineers are confronted with problem of determining the force
exertedbyfluidsactingonwallsofcontainer,sucha
2nd year civil
.1st semester 2010
Fluid mechanics
Tanta University
Faculty of Eng
Irri. & Hyd. Eng. Dept
Sheet No. (4)
Buoyancy and Floatation
1- Define the following terms:
Buoyancy, center of buoyancy, force of buoyancy, meta-center and meta-centric hei
NERVOUS SYSTEM
Nervous System Cells
Neurons
You experience yourself as a unitary entity.
Neuroscientists have demonstrated that that experience is the
product of a nervous system made up of an enormous number of
discrete cells.
The cells that make up your
6/18/2012
Flanged Bolt Couplings
In shaft connection called flanged
bolt couplings, the torque is
transmitted by the shearing force
P created in the bolts that is
assumed to be uniformly
distributed.
For any number of bolts n, the
torque capacity of the c
LECTURE 7
Thevenins theorem
- developed in 1883 by M. Leon Thevenin,
a French telegraph engineer
Sample problem:
Nortons theorem
- Proposed by an American engineer E. L.
Norton in 1926.
Sample problem:
Maximum power transfer
Sample problem:
Seatwork:
MECHANISM
OF
HEAT
TRANSFER
Mode of Heat transfer
Conduction
Convection
Radiation
CONDUCTION
Heattransferbetweentwo
bodiesincontactorfrom
onepointofabodyto
anotherpointofthesame
body.Atomsinhotter
regionshavemorekinetic
energywhichtheytransfer
toneighborin
FUNCTIONS
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
OBJECTI
VES:
DEFINITION: PIECEWISE DEFINED
FUNCTION
Sometimes a function is defined by more than one
rule or by different formulas. This function is called
a piecewise define function.
A piecewise defined function is defined by
Students whose score in the diagnostic examination is 27 or below, please mark your
vacant periods below. Submit this until Wed, August 18, 2010.
Monda
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LECTURE 3
Electrical machines are energy converting
devices. The energy conversion may be:
a. Mechanical to electrical energy
b. Electrical to mechanical energy
c. Electrical to electrical energy
The machine that converts mechanical energy to
electrical e
Sequence Alignment:
Dynamic Programming
1
Why compare sequences?
To find whether two (or more) genes or
proteins are evolutionarily related to each
other
To find structurally or functionally similar
regions within proteins
2
Similar genes arise by gene
d
LIMITS OF FUNCTION
At the end of this lesson, the students
are expected to perform the following:
define limits
illustrate limits and its theorems
evaluate limits applying the given
theorems
Consider the function
x3 - 1
f (x) =
x-1
Note that the given fun
LECTURE 3
Finding the equivalent resistance between two terminals:
Find the Req between
a)ab
b)ac and
c)bc
Application of voltage and current dividers:
Wye to Delta applications:
Sign convention:
Entering current positive
Leaving current negative
Illust
Mapua Institute of Technology
School of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry
Introduction to Bioelectronics and Bioinformation Engineering
BIOINFORMATICS
Bioinformatics
Bioinformatics is the study of the inherent structure
of biological information and biol
TEMPERATURE and
THERMAL EXPANSION
Thermal Expansion
q
It is a phenomena whereby
dimensions of a substance change
as temperature changes. Generally,
dimensions increase as
temperature increases ( with few
exceptions).
Thermal Expansion
Amount of expansion
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FALLINGSPHEREVISCOMETER
CommercialFallingSphereviscometersarenonavailable.Onetypeofwhich
is shown on the sketch. The one available is not of the comm
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fluid mechanics
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