PROJECT 2: Damped, Driven Simple
Harmonic Oscillator
ME 573 | Spring Semester 2016
Submitted by
Bhargavi Narla
256141
PROJECT 2: Damped, Driven Simple Harmonic Oscillator
2016
Project Exercises
Exercise 1: Build a computational model of a simple hanging h
PROJECT 7: Radioactivity
ME 573 | Spring Semester 2016
Submitted by
Bhargavi Narla
256141
Project 7: Radioactivity
Table of Contents
Figure 1: Variation in analytical and graphical for Different Lamda Values .5
Figure 2: N (t) graph for A &B at lamda rati
Model of a Saturn V Rocket
The Saturn V rocket was designed to fly three Apollo astronauts to the moon and
back, the Saturn V made its first unmanned test flight in 1967. A total of 13 Saturn V
rockets were launched from 1967 until 1973, carrying Apollo m
Project 2: Projectile Motion with Air Resistance
ME 573 | Fall Semester 2016
September 18, 2016
Project Exercises
Exercise 1 Build a computational model of a 2-dimensional projectile subject
to a resistive force that is proportional to the square of its i
Project 3: Damped, Driven Simple Harmonic Oscillator
ME 573 | Fall Semester 2016
Project Exercises
Exercise 1 Build a computational model1 of a simple hanging harmonic oscillator using the Euler method.
Use realistic values for the parameters (i.e., sprin
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PROJECT (1)
SPRING 2016
4/1/2016
SUNNY MOTHE
BUID 247468
PROJECT 1
INTRODUCTION EXERCISE 1
Building computational model of a saturn v rocket that includes the
effect of burning the fuel in all three rocket stages. Re
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PROJECT (2)
SPRING 2016
4/1/2016
SUNNY MOTHE
BUID 247468
PROJECT 2
EXERCISE 1:
To build a computational model of a simple hanging harmonic oscillator using the
euler method. Use realistic values for the parameters (i
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PROJECT (0)
SPRING 2016
4/1/2016
SUNNY MOTHE
BUID 247468
PROJECT 0
INTRODUCTION- EXERSICE 1
The following report describes three different temperature scales. The
given is a temperature in Celsius and prints the equi
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PROJECT (3)
SPRING 2016
4/1/2016
SUNNY MOTHE
BUID 247468
PROJECT 3
INTRODUCTION
In this lab we will address one of the most powerful predictor-corrector algorithms
of allone which is so accurate, that most computer p
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ENGINEERING ANALYSIS
PROJECT 6
SPRING - 2016
5/4/2016
SUNNY MOTHE
BUID : 247468
INTRODUCTION: EXERCISE-1
The Riemann Sum formula provides a precise definition of the definite integral as
the limit of an infinite series.It is one of the k
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PROJECT 4
SPRING - 2016
5/4/2016
SUNNY MOTHE
BUID : 247468
INTRODUCTION - EXERCISE 1:
Here in this program we have to produce a computational model of 1D heat
conduction through a cylindrically-shaped rod made of pur
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PROJECT 5
SPRING - 2016
5/4/2016
SUNNY MOTHE
BUID : 247468
INTRODUCTION:
This report provides a computational model of 2D heat conduction through a
homogeneous and isotropic rectangular-shaped slab made of uranium, t
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METHODS OF
ENGINEERING ANALYSIS
PROJECT 7
SPRING - 2016
5/4/2016
SUNNY MOTHE
BUID : 247468
INTRODUCTION
This report describes the results of a radioactive decay and the probability time
to decay. Using the probability of time to decay, how the time
PROJECT 6: Numerical Integration
ME 573 | Spring Semester 2016
Submitted by
Bhargavi Narla
256141
Numerical Integration
Table of Figures
Figure 1: Results for Left Hand Rule.4
Figure 2: Results for Mid-Point Rule .5
Figure 3: Result for Left Hand Rule .8
PROJECT 5: Heat Conduction 2-D in
Slab
ME 573 | Spring Semester 2016
Submitted by
Bhargavi Narla
256141
Project 5: Heat Conduction 2-D
Table of Figures
Figure 1: 3D plot for slab . 6
Figure 2: 3D plot for quarter slab. 11
Figure 3: Original Image . 16
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ME 573 FINAL EXAM 5/9/11
CLOSED BOOK AND NOTES
5:00 PM
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1. Rate your level of comfort in using MATLAB from 1-5, with 5 = highest: _
2. (a) How many decimal digits does your calculator use? (note: may be greater than the number
that is displayed).
(b
ME 573 EXAM 3/14/07
5:00 PM
CLOSED BOOK AND NOTES
NAME:_
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1. Of the following, which is the best method for integrating an ODE - Eulers method or RungeKutta 4th order?
2. Of the following, which is the be
ME 573 EXAM 3/12/10
5:00 PM
CLOSED BOOK AND NOTES
NAME SOLUTION
SHORT ANSWER SECTION: (explain your answer to each)
1. If I have a microprocessor that has an 8-bit operating system, what is the largest positive integer that can be
represented with a 8-bit
ME 573 EXAM 3/11/09
3:45 PM
CLOSED BOOK AND NOTES
NAME:_SOLUTION_
1. Solve the following equation f(x) = cos(x) + 2 sin(x) + x2 = 0
Find a root in the range -0.1 < x < 0.0 to accuracy of +/- 0.001 in your value for x. Use the
Secant methods. Work through
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ME 573 EXAM 3/9/11
3:45 PM
CLOSED BOOK AND NOTES
NAME:_
SHORT ANSWER SECTION: (explain your answer to each)
1. In MATLAB, identify if each of the following statements would be evaluated as true (T) or
false (F) if placed in an if-then statement:
a) + = 1
Estimate the value of pi using the Monte Carlo Technique
Introduction:
This report calculates the approximate value of pi using Monte Carlo technique. The Monte
Carlo simulation, or probability simulation, is a technique used to understand the impact of r
PROJECT 2
HARMONIC OSCILLATOR
Simple Harmonic Oscillator:
Oscillatory motion can be seen everywhere in nature. An object which
has both inertia and restoring force will oscillate an equilibrium position
if displaced from that equilibrium.
Introduction:
Th
PROJECT 4: Heat Conduction 1-D
ME 573 | Spring Semester 2016
Submitted by
Bhargavi Narla
256141
Project 4: Heat Conduction 1D
Table of Figures
Figure 1: Conduction . 3
Figure 2: Plot for Temperature vs Time graph . 5
Figure 3: Plot for Temp Vs Position 2
PROJECT 1: Model of a Saturn V
Rocket
ME 573 | Spring Semester 2016
Submitted by
Bhargavi Narla
256141
PROJECT 1: Model of a Saturn V Rocket_ Bhargavi Narla_ 256141
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Table of Figures
Figure 1: Saturn V.4
Figure 2: Position Velocity and Acceleration Plott
ME 573 FINAL EXAM 5/11/10
CLOSED BOOK AND NOTES
2:30 PM
NAME SOLUTION
1. In MATLAB, which of the following operations would be evaluated as true?
a) + = 1
True, because is exact in binary
b) 1/3 + 1/3 + 1/3 = 1
False floating point round off errors
c) sqr