The University of the South Pacific
School of Engineering and Physics
MM 324 Mechanical and Engineering Design
Bolted Joint Analysis- User Manual
Student Name: Abhishek Ronvelia
Student ID#: S11122210
There is no one fastener material that is right for ev
EE211 | Electrical Machines
Tutorial: AC Fundamentals
1. Three circuit elements, R 10 , C 50 F , and L 140 H , are connected in series and
excited by a 60 Hz sinusoidal source. a) Sketch the circuit configuration; b) Identify and
find the value of two ser
Heat Treatment of Steel
Lab Report
Justin Lance
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11/16/2011
Engineering 45 Lab Section 3
Troy Topping
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Heat Treatment of Steel Lab Report
ABSTRACT
We observed how the properties of 4140 steel vary with the heat tre
EXPERIMENT 6
HEAT TREATMENT OF STEEL
Purpose
The purposes of this experiment are to:
Investigate the processes of heat treating of steel
Study hardness testing and its limits
Examine microstructures of steel in relation to hardness
Background
To understan
Tutorial 5 - Chapter 5
1. (a) If the bicycles 120-mm sprocket wheel rotates through one revolution, through
how many revolutions does the 45-mm gear turn? (b) If the angular velocity of the
sprocket wheel is 1 rad/s, what is the angular velocity of the ge
Tutorial 4 - Chapter 4: Momentum Methods
1. The combined mass of the motorcycle and rider is 136 kg. The coefficient of
kinetic friction between the motorcycles tires and the road is k = 0.6. The rider
starts from rest and spins the rear (drive) wheel. Th
Chapter 1: Kinematics of Particles Rectilinear and Curvilinear
Motion.
1.0
Introduction
Our objective is to describe and analyze the motion of a point in
space. We are not yet concerned with the properties of objects or the
courses of their motions. After
Chapter 5: Planar kinematics of rigid bodies.
5.0
Introduction
The motion of a particle in a curvilinear motion is on a curved path. For
example, a wood is thrown (Fig. 1) and we can determine the motion of
the center mass without considering the rotation
Chapter 2: Force, mass and acceleration
2.0
Introduction
Newton stated that the total force on a particle is equal to the rate
change of its linear momentum, which is a product of its mass and
velocity;
f =
d
(mv)
dt
If the particles mass is constant, the
Chapter 3: Work, Power & Energy
3.0
Introduction
Newtons second law is used to derive an equation that motivates
the definitions of work, kinetic energy (is the energy possessed by
a body by virtue of its motion), and potential energy (energy
possessed by
Chapter 4: Momentum methods.
4.0
Introduction
Work energy principle gives changes in velocity of a particle during a
given displacement. To determine the change in the velocity during a
given time, then the principle of impulse and momentum provides a
pra
MA211
Week 8: LECTURE 1
14.5: Triple Integrals
1
Recall
The definite integral of a function f(x)
on the interval [a,b]:
The double integral of f(x, y) over R.
Now we will look at triple integral of f(x, y, z).
2
Triple Integrals in Rectangular Coordina
EE212 | Analog Electronics I
Lab 2
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Lab 2 Diode Limiters/Clippers, Diode Clampers and Voltage Multiplier
Note: You are required to submit a lab report; however, you must present your lab results and any
analysis to the lab
Piston mechanism
Group members: Arnit Sharma(s11121701), Kishan Prasad(s11119618)
Abstract
Method
Piston and piston ring of reciprocating engines have several functions.
There were several factors considered when selecting pistons for a
First, to seal the
1.) Cooling capacity-is the measure of a cooling system's ability to remove heat.
Factors that affect cooling capacity:
Mass flow rate of refrigerant
Ambient temperature
System performance(maintenance)
Change in temperature
If both systems are tested
EE225, TUTORIAL 2
Some more practice examples on op-amp base circuit.
Ex-1 For the following circuit, if Vi=1.5 volt, what is Vout?
Ex-2 For the following circuit, if all resistors are value of 20K ohm and if V1=3.2 volt and V2=1.8 V, what is
Vout?
Ex-3: