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PHY10001 Energy and Motion
Semester 2, 2015
Test 1
Time: 8.30 9.30 am, 30 September 2015
Name:_ ID:_
1. An object move horizontally with velocity
v 4t 3t 2
where t is in seconds. The object is at
position 2m when time t = 1 s.
a) What is the position at t
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4 Nov 2015
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1. A veessel movess w
PHY 10001 Energy and Motion
Semester 1, 2015
Test 1
Time: 8.30 9.30 am, 10 April 2015
Name:_ ID:_
1. The position of an object moving in two dimensions is
r ( 2 2t 2 )i (3 5t ) j
where r is in meters
and t in seconds.
a) What is the position of the objec
Section A. (10 marks)
Answer all these multiple choice questions by circling the answer that you think is correct.
Each multiple choice question carries 1 mark.
1. A scalar product of force F and displacement d is F d F d cos . What is the angle
in the
Section A. (10 marks)
Answer all these multiple choice questions by circling the answer that you think is correct.
Each multiple choice question carries 1 mark.
1. A velocity-time graph of an object moving in one dimension can provide some
information. W
Directions and planes
1
Crystallographic Directions
Determination of the directional indices in cubic system:
Four Step Procedure (Text Book Method)
1. Draw a vector representing the direction within the unit
cell such that it passes through the origin of
MEE 10001
MATERIAL AND PROCESSES
LAB 1:
CRYSTAL STRUCTURES OF
SOLID ENGINEERING
MATERIALS
AND
TENSILE TESTING OF METALS
GROUP MEMBERS:
1. ARIC PANG ZHEN JIE(4310918)
2. NATALIE LIM CHEN YI(4310977)
3. DANIEL DING KEN IAN (100064161)
4. JONATHAN YAP MENG H
REVISION
General Knowledge
What are the main classes of materials?
How are they different from each other?
What are some examples from each class of
material?
Fundamentals: Atomic and crystal
structures
The periodic table
How to write the electron co
Swinburne University of Technology
Sarawak Campus
MEE10001 Materials and Processes
TEST 1
29th September 2016
Time Allowed: 1 hour
5% of Total Marks
Candidates ID No: _
Candidates Name: _
3
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READ BEFORE COMMENCING
INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Answer ALL the question
OBJECTIVES
1. To develop an understanding of fracture toughness between carbon steel and aluminium.
2. To investigate the influence of the V-notch shape on the notched bar impact work.
3. To test ability of different types of specimen impacts using two ma
Chapter 8
Conservation of Energy
In this chapter we will introduce the following concepts:
Potential Energy
Conservative and non-conservative forces
Mechanical Energy
Conservation of Mechanical Energy
The conservation of energy theorem will be used to sol
Chapter 9
Center of Mass and Momentum
In this chapter we will introduce the following new concepts:
-Center of mass (com) for a system of particles
-The velocity and acceleration of the center of mass
-Linear momentum for a single particle and a system of
Chapter 11
Rotational Motion - II
In this chapter we will cover the following topics:
-Rolling of circular objects and its relationship with friction
-Redefinition of torque as a vector to describe rotational problems
that are more complicated than the ro
Chapter 10
Rotational Motion - I
In this chapter we will study the rotational motion of rigid bodies
about a fixed axis. To describe this type of motion we will
introduce the following new concepts:
-Angular displacement
-Average and instantaneous angular
Chapter 4
Two-and Three- Dimensional Motion
In this chapter we will continue to study the motion of objects without the
restriction we put in chapter 2 to move along a straight line. Instead we
will consider motion in a plane (two dimensional motion) and
Chapter 7
Work-Kinetic Energy Theorem
In this chapter we will introduce the following concepts:
Kinetic energy of a moving object
Work done by a force
Power
In addition we will develop the work-kinetic energy theorem and
apply it to solve a variety of pro
Chapter 5
Newtons Law of Motion
In chapters 2 and 4 we have studied kinematics i.e. described the motion of
objects using parameters such as the position vector, velocity and acceleration
without any insights as to what caused the motion. This is the task
Chapter 2
Straight Line Motion
In this chapter we will study kinematics i.e. how objects move along a
straight line.
The following parameters will be defined:
Displacement
Average velocity
Average Speed
Instantaneous velocity
Average and instantaneous acc
Chapter 3
Vector Quantities
In Physics we have parameters that can be completely described by a
number and are known as scalars .Temperature, and mass are such
parameters
Other physical parameters require additional information about direction
and are kno
Chapter 6
(the part not including centripetal force)
Friction and Drag
In this chapter part we will cover the following topics:
Describe the frictional force between two objects. Differentiate
between static and kinetic friction, study the properties of f
Test 4/1
Student Name: iD: Session:
As shown, SAE 10W30 oii is pumped through an 8 m length of 1 cmdiameter drawn tubing at a discharge
of 7.85x104 m3/s. The pipe is horizontai, and the pressures at points 1 and 2 are equal. Find the power
necessa
where r is the radial location in the duct, R is the duct radius, and V0 is the velocity on the axis.
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Find the ratio of the mean velocity to the velocity on the axis.
Situation:
In a circular duct the velocity prole is 111 : lb (1 'i
Find:
R
Test 3/1
A horizontal jet of water (at 10C) that is 6 cm in diameter and has a velocity of 20 m/s is
deflected by the vane as shown. If the vane is moving at a rate of 7 m/s in the x-direction, what
components of force are exerted on the vane by the wat
Student Name:
Session:
For the gate shown, a = 45, y1 = 1 m, and yz = 4 m. Will the gate fall or stay in position under the
action of the hydrostatic and gravity forces ifthe gate itself weighs 150 kN and is 1.0 m wide?
Assume T= 10C.
Standa
Contents of this Lecture
5.c.
Control Volume
Elger 5.2
5.d.
Continuity equation
Elger 5.3
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Test 1/5
Student Name: Session:
This wood flume has a slope of 0.0019. What will be the discharge of water for a depth of 1m?
Assume the wood is
T ' .
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