UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY SARAWAK
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
EEM3961
ENGINEERING LABORATORY 3
LABORATORY REPORT
LAB CODE
TH1
LAB NAME
TEMPERATURE
MEASUREMENT
AND CALIBRATION
TEAM NO
3
NAME
LEE THONG LIEN
ID NO
BME 15070011
DATE OF EXPERIM

WHAT IS STATISTICS?
Statistics is also called the
art of learning from data
Statistics is a tool for converting data into information:
Statistics
Data
Information
But where then does data come from? How is it gathered? How
do we ensure its accurate? Is th

NUMERICAL DESCRIPTIVE MEASURES
CHAPTER 3
INTRODUCTION
NUMERICAL DESCRIPTIVE MEASURES ARE USED
TO SUMMARIZE AND DESCRIBES DATA
The measures of central tendency (average)
A single value that is located at the center of a data and can be taken
as a summary

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Chapter 2: Presentation of Data
Data can be presented in tabular form, namely frequency distribution table, relative frequency
distribution and cumulative frequency distribution. The tabular presentation is also very useful
when it is needed to ha

CHAPTER 2
PRESENTATION OF DATA
WIND SPEED MEASUREMENTS (IN KILOMETERS PER HOUR) RECORDED
HOURLY ON RELATIVELY CALM WEEK END.
RAW DATA
DATA
When data are collected in original
form, they are called raw data.
Originally, they are unorganized.
Numerical r

Chapter 5: Correlation and Regression
Two variables might found to relate to each other in some ways. A change of one variable
might cause another variable to change due to the influence of the first variable on the second
variable. For example, an increa

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Chapter 3: Numerical Descriptive Measures
Numerical descriptive measures are used to summarize and describe sets of data.
The measures of central tendency is usually called the average. Central tendency is a single value
situated at the center of

CHAPTER 4
MEASURES OF DISPERSION
INTRODUCTION
Frequency
distribution may have the same
averages (mean) yet they may differ in their
respective data dispersion. For example, in the
following data set.
Set A (Curve 1): 2, 6, 15, 22, 25, 25, 25, 30, 40, 60

CHAPTER 6: TIME SERIES
INTRODUCTION
A time series is a set of data observed over a
period of time, usually of equal intervals. The
intervals taken can be hourly, daily, weekly,
monthly or yearly.
Time series analysis is widely used in business,
particul

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Chapter 1: Introduction to Statistics
1.1 What is statistics
Statistics represent scientific procedures and methods for collecting, organizing, summarizing,
presenting, and analysing data and obtaining useful information and making effective decis

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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS
ASSIGNMENT I
Synopsis:
This assignment is divided into two parts. For the first part, students are required to
think of a topic (or a problem) that required them to do data collection. Second, they
will use any basic st

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INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS
ASSIGNMENT I
Synopsis:
This assignment is divided into two parts. For the first part, students are required to
think of a topic (or a problem) that required them to do data collection. Second, they
will use any basic st

Table of Contents
A. Introduction
2
B. Content
1.0 Relationship with Material Science and Engineering 3
1.1 The Properties of Metallic Glasses
3
1.2 The Technologies of Creating Bulk Metallic Glasses
5
2.0 INTERESTING PART OF METALLIC GLASSES.8
3.0 APPLIC

UNIVERSITY COLLAGE OF TECHNOLOGY SARAWAK
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
EEM3961
ENGINEERING LABORATORY 2
LABORATORY REPORT
LAB CODE
DM4
LAB NAME
REACTION OF PROPPED
CANTILEVER BEAM
GROUP NO
3
NAME
JAYLE FRANCIS
ID NO
BME 15090005
DATE OF EXPERIMENT

Exercise A - Determination of Heat Capacity Ratio
Objective:
This experiment is a modern version of the original experiment attributed to the
names Clement and Desormes (or alternatively to Shoemaker).
The heat capacity ratio = C p / C v can be determined

(A) Deflection vs Load
Objective: To study the relationship between deflection and applied load and determine the
elastic modulus of the beam specimen from the deflection data.
Theory:
L
2
W
L
The mid-span deflection of a simply supported beam loaded with

EEM 3961 Engineering Laboratory 2
University College of Technology Sarawak
School Of Engineering and Technology
Contents
OBJECTIVE.1
THEORY.1
APPARATUS.3
PROCEDURE.4
RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS.4
CONCLUSION.13
REFERENCE.14
EEM 3961 Engineering Labora

Contents
OBJECTIVE:.1
THEORY:.1
APPARATUS:.3
PROCEDURES:.4
RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS:.5
CONCLUSION:.9
REFERENCE.9
DM6: SPRING MASS SYSTEM
OBJECTIVE:
1. To obtain the spring rate from experimental data.
2. To obtain actual and theoretical frequencies of o

Contents
OBJECTIVE.1
THEORY.1
APPARATUS.4
PROCEDURES.4
RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS.5
CONCLUSION.8
REFERENCE.11
DM4: REACTION OF PROPPED CANTILEVER BEAM
OBJECTIVE:
1. To determine the fixed end moment and reaction at the supports of a propped
cantileve

Contents
OBJECTIVE.1
THEORY.1
APPARATUS.3
PROCEDURES.3
RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS.4
CONCLUSION.6
REFERENCE.7
DM9: FLYWHEEL EXPERIMENT
OBJECTIVE:
To determine the mass moment of inertia of the flywheel (assuming frictionless
bearing).
THEORY:
Equatio

Contents
OBJECTIVE.1
THEORY.1
APPARATUS.2
PROCEDURES.2
RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS.3
CONCLUSION.7
REFERENCE.8
DM3: REACTION OF MOMENT FOR A FIXED END BEAM
OBJECTIVE:
To determine the fixed end moment of a fixed end beam.
THEORY:
The fixed end moments

Contents
OBJECTIVE.1
THEORY.1
APPARATUS.2
PROCEDURES.3
RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS.4
CONCLUSION.8
REFERENCE.8
DM8: WHIRLING OF SHAFTS
OBJECTIVE:
To determine the critical or whirling speed of a shaft of different diameter and length.
THEORY:
From the

Contents
OBJECTIVE.1
THEORY.1
APPARATUS.3
PROCEDURES.3
RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS.4
CONCLUSION.6
REFERENCE.6
DM7: STATICS & DYNAMIC BALANCING
OBJECTIVE:
To determine the locations of the balancing forces for a set of disturbing forces to
produce a b

Contents
OBJECTIVE:.1
THEORY:.1
APPARATUS:.3
PROCEDURES:.3
RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS:.4
CONCLUSION:.9
REFERENCE.11
DM10: BELT FRICTION
OBJECTIVE:
To determine the coefficient of friction between belt and pulley.
THEORY:
Slack side
Load on Belt
Driven P

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY SARAWAK
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
EEM3961
ENGINEERING LABORATORY 2
LABORATORY REPORT
LAB CODE:
DM7
LAB NAME:
STATICS & DYNAMIC BALANCING
GROUP NO:
4
NAME:
YII MING HONG
ID NO.:
BME15070010
DATE OF EXPERIMENT:
04

UNIVERSITY COLLAGE OF TECHNOLOGY SARAWAK
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
EEM3961
ENGINEERING LABORATORY 2
LABORATORY REPORT
LAB CODE:
EEM 3961
LAB NAME:
DM 5: THIN CYLINDER EXPERIMENT
GROUP NO:
3
NAME:
JAYLE FRANCIS
ID NO:
BME 15090005
DATE OF EXPERI

Contents
Exercise A - Characteristic Behaviour of a Two Phase Fluid.1
OBJECTIVE.1
METHOD.1
THEORY.1
APPARATUS/EQUIPMENT.5
PROCEDURE.6
RESULTS & CALCULATION.7
CONCLUSION & DISCUSSION.10
REFERENCE.

Contents
OBJECTIVE.1
THEORY.1
APPARATUS/EQUIPMENT.6
PROCEDURE.7
RESULT & CALCULATION.8
DISCUSSION & CONCLUSION.12
REFERENCE.12
TF10: Bench Top Cooling Tower
OBJECTIVE
To determine all end state properties of air and H2O from tables or charts, and the
appl