Bending Moment, Shear
Force and Normal Force
Diagrams
In this chapter, we will look at how to calculate and draw M, V and N
diagrams, with deformation symbols.
The formal approach using differential equations will often become far too
laborious. Therefore
Session 1368
Teaching Students Work and Virtual Work Method in Statics:
A Guiding Strategy with Illustrative Examples
Ing-Chang Jong
University of Arkansas
Abstract
A virtual displacement is an imaginary differential displacement that may not really take
Principles & Practices for Sustainable
Water Management in Agriculture
At a farm level
SAI Platform Water Working Group
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LABORATORY MANUAL
I. C. ENGINES
&
GAS TURBINES
(ME-317-E)
LIST OF EXPERIMENTS
S.No.
Name of the Experiment
Page
From
To
1
4
1.
To study the constructional details & working principles of
two-stroke petrol/ four-stroke petrol Engine.
2.
To study the constr
Unit -4
Remote Procedure Call
Definition and Why?
Remote Procedure Call is used to execute subroutines on other hosts. The ideas is to provide
a simple mechanism for distributed computing without the need to include socket code (or
something similar) in t
Announcements
Lab 1 is due today, September 20
Homework 3 due Tuesday, September 25
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CS 484 Artificial Intelligence
1
Game Playing
Lecture 7
Kinds of Games
Deterministic
Turn-taking
2-player
Zero-sum
Perfect information
CS 484 A
UNIT-1
Concepts of Data Warehouse:
A data warehouse is a subject-oriented, integrated, time-varying, non-volatile collection of data that is
used primarily in organizational decision making.
Subject Oriented: Data warehouses are designed to help you analy
Unit-2
Three-Tier Data Warehouse Architecture
Generally a data warehouses adopts a three-tier architecture. Following are the three tiers of the data
warehouse architecture.
Bottom Tier - The bottom tier of the architecture is the data warehouse database
Natural Language Processing
(NLP)
Prof. Carolina Ruiz
Computer Science
WPI
References
The essence of Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence: Theory and Practice
By T. Dean, J. Allen, and Y. Aloimonos.
The Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Company, 199
Game Playing
Why do AI researchers study game playing?
1. Its a good reasoning problem, formal and nontrivial.
2. Direct comparison with humans and other computer
programs is easy.
1
What Kinds of Games?
Mainly games of strategy with the following
charact
Security Planning
UNIT-6
Overview
1 What is security?
2 Why do we need security?
3 Security Planning
4 Categories of security
Privacy
Trust
Integrity
Authenticity
5 Password Security
15-441 Networks Fall 2002
2
What is Security
1. Freedom from risk or da
Chapter 5
Intelligent Agents
Intelligent Agents
What is an agent ?
An agent is anything that perceiving its
environment through sensors and acting upon
that environment through actuators
Example:
Human is an agent
A robot is also an agent with camera
Statistical Inference
Sampling & Sampling
Distribution
1
Statistical Inference
The purpose of statistical inference is to obtain
information about a population from information
contained in a sample.
A population is the set of all the elements of interest
Statistical Inference:
Estimation for
Single Populations
1
Learning Objectives
Estimate a population mean from a sample mean
when is known.
Estimate a population mean from a sample mean
when is unknown.
Estimate a population proportion using the z statist
Discrete
Distribution
s
1
Learning Objectives
Distinguish between discrete random variables and
continuous random variables.
Know how to determine the mean and variance of a
discrete distribution.
Identify the type of statistical experiments that can
be d
Continuous Distribution
The Normal Distribution
1
The Normal Distribution
2
Using Statistics
Properties of the Normal Distribution
The Standard Normal Distribution
The Transformation of Normal Random Variables
Appreciate the importance of the normal distr
Estimation and Confidence
Intervals
Learning Objectives
Know the difference between point and interval estimation.
Estimate a population mean from a sample mean when is known.
Estimate a population mean from a sample mean when is unknown.
Estimate a popul
7.34 A particular automobile costs an average of $21,755 in the Pacific Northwest. The
standard deviation of prices is $650. Suppose a random sample of 30 dealerships in
Washington and Oregon is taken, and their managers are asked what they charge for thi
Exercises Lecture 2
The Standard Atmosphere
Delft University of Technology
Prof. dr. ir. Jacco Hoekstra
Tim van Leeuwen
A. Rose - CC - BY - NC - ND
AE1110x - Introduction to Aeronautical Engineering
Exercise 1
What is NOT a reason for us to introduce a st
Exercises Lecture 4
Cockpits, Instruments & Navigation
Delft University of Technology
Prof. dr. ir. Jacco Hoekstra
Tim van Leeuwen
S. Morchon - CC - BY - NC - ND
- ND
AE1110x - Introduction to Aeronautical Engineering
Exercise 1
What does the term glass c
Exercises Lecture 5
Structural concepts
Delft University of Technology
Ir. Jos Sinke
Tim van Leeuwen
Smudge 9000 - CC - BY
AE1110x - Introduction to Aeronautical Engineering
Exercise 1
Put the materials and structural concepts mentioned below to the time
Exercises Lecture 6
Stability & Control
Delft University of Technology
Prof. dr. ir. Jacco Hoekstra
Tim van Leeuwen
A. Sifre - CC - BY - NC - ND
AE1110x - Introduction to Aeronautical Engineering
Exercise 1
According to who was the issue of stability the
Exercises Lecture 8
Materials & Exploring the limits
Delft University of Technology
Ir. Jos Sinke
Tim van Leeuwen
AE1110x - Introduction to Aeronautical Engineering
Exercise 1
You are given two statements:
1) Material properties depend on the shape the ma
Exercises Lecture 1
Introduction & Ballooning
Delft University of Technology
Prof. dr. ir. Jacco Hoekstra
Tim van Leeuwen
J. Mrachina - CC - BY - NC - ND
AE1110x - Introduction to Aeronautical Engineering
Exercise 1
What do we mean when we say that Aerona
Exercises Lecture 3
How aircraft fly
Delft University of Technology
Ir. Jos Sinke
Tim van Leeuwen
K. Terwolbeck - CC - BY
AE1110x - Introduction to Aeronautical Engineering
Exercise 1
Please name some of the pioneers of aviation correctly.
Figure 1: Some
Exercises Lecture 1
Fundamentals of Aerodynamics
Delft University of Technology
Ir. Nando Timmer
Salomon Voorhoeve
AE1110x - Introduction to Aeronautical Engineering
Exercise 1
What is the unit of the specific volume?
Exercise 2
Consider a balloon filled
Exercises Lecture 9
Special vehicles
Delft University of Technology
Prof. dr. ir. Jacco Hoekstra
Tim van Leeuwen
M. Scheikl - CC - BY
- NC
AE1110x - Introduction to Aeronautical Engineering
Exercise 1
Suppose an airliner is planning to fly an Airbus A319
Exercises Lecture 7
Propulsion
Delft University of Technology
Prof. dr. ir. Jacco Hoekstra
Tim van Leeuwen
R. Ede - CC - BY - NC
AE1110x - Introduction to Aeronautical Engineering
Exercise 1
What was the main reason that propulsion formed a hurdle initial