UNIVERSITY OF REGINA
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
ENIN 233 System Dynamics
Summer Term, 2017
Assignment 3
Due Friday, July 28, 2017; 3 pm
1. Problem B-6-6, in the Textbook .
2. Problem B-6-8, in the Textbook .
3. Consider the electrical system shown in the Figu
UNIVERSITY OF REGINA
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
ENIN 233 System Dynamics
Spring/Summer 2017
Assignment 1
Due Wednesday, July 19, 2017
1. Find the inverse Laplace transform of the function:
F(s) = [ 4 s2 + 8s + 5 ] / [ ( s2 ) (2s + 0.5 )]
2. Find the inverse L
UNIVERSITY OF REGINA
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
ENIN 233 System Dynamics
Assignment 2
Due Monday, July 24, 2017
1. Obtain the mathematical model of the system shown in the Figure below. Assume that the
the two shafts are flexible with spring constants k1 and
ENIN 241 Shop Gauges Pre-lab
Measurement in the modern age has been developed as an exact science known as metrology.
Accuracy has a two fold meaning
1. It can refer to whether or not a specific measurement is actually within its stated size.
2. Accuracy
COURSE OUTLINE
Winter 2017
Prepared by Instructor
Approved by Head
Date
Initials
1/9/17
SC
Jan. 9, 2017
RWB
1. Calendar Information
ENME 341 Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics
Basic principles of fluid mechanics. Fluid statics: forces on surfaces, buoyancy,
Question 1:
A power analysis is most commonly used to determine the optimal sample size needed to
maintain a specified confidence level. Particularly in industry where cost control is critical, having
a larger than necessary sample size is expensive and
Question 1:
Gage R&R (ANOVA) Report for Time
Reported by:
Tolerance:
Misc:
Gage name:
Date of study:
Percent
Components of Variation
Time by LaptopID
% Contribution
% Study Var
% Tolerance
5000
300
200
2500
100
0
Gage R&R
Repeat
Reprod
12YRT
Part-to-Part
Question 1:
Identify the data as variable or attribute
Data Description
Number of Students in ENIN 440
The average mark on an exam
The results of rolling two dice
The time taken for athletes to run 100 meter race
A dogs weight
A leafs length
Pass or fail
Question 1:
Correlation indicates the relationship between two variables and measures how closely they are linearly
related. It does not show causality. For example, if the variables are highly interdependent, then there
would be a high correlation. Conve
1. Metal being casted must be heated until it is molten and free-flowing: the temperature of the
metal must be high enough that the metal does not solidify prematurely in the mold. This can be
accomplished by adjusting the pouring temperature of the mold.
RQ 25.2
Plasma arc cutting (PAC) uses a steam of plasma, which is a charge of superheated ionized gas, to cut
through metals at very high temperatures. PAC requires the workpiece being cut to be electrically
conductive. Because fibreglass has a very low e
Question 1:
Welding is a permanent joining process where heat and pressure are applied to create a strong bond
between metal workpieces. There are many types of welding, all of which fall into two distinct
categories: fusion welding and solid-state weldin
Brooke Ham
200353759
ENIN 343
September 23, 2016
Questions: Q1, RQ1.3, RQ1.15, RQ2.1, RQ2.5, RQ3.2, RQ3.3, P3.1, P3.6
Q1.
Advantages of mass production:
Can take advantage of economies of scale (low unit cost)
Allows for specialization
Generally is a v
Question 1:
a) The data uses a continuous (variable) scale and has five (less than eight) subgroups,
which indicates that the Xbar-R chart should be used to analyze the waste collection
levels.
b) The UCL on the R chart is 234.0 lbs. The UCL on the Xbar c
Reading Question 29.6
Two basic methods of arc shielding include using shielding gas and flux. Both of these shield types are
used to coat the electrode tip, arc, and motel weld pool, which protects the weld from being exposed to
impurities in the atmosph
Reading Question 19.8
In sheet metal bending, springback refers to the elastic recovery of the metal part. When a stress beyond
the yield stress is applied to the part, it results in the permanent deformation of the part However, when
the stress is remove
ENIN 453 (Winter 2017)
Chapter 3: Piping Systems Part I
CHAPTER 3: PIPING SYSTEMS PART I (Technical Aspect)
Pipe and tubing standards
Equation of motion
Friction factor (Moody chart)
Minor losses (Fittings & Valves)
Equivalent diameter and flow in noncirc
UNIVERSITY OF REGINA
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCE
ENIN 453: MECHANICAL SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT
COURSE OUTLINE WINTER 2017
FACULTY:
Dr. Adisorn Aroonwilas, P.Eng.
Tel: (306) 337-2469,
ED 436.3
E-mail: [email protected]
DESCRIPTION:
Design, operat