ON-THE-JOB TRANING
REPORT
By: Albao, Jennifer A.
B.S. Mechanical Engineering
WHERE DID I TAKE MY ONTHE-JOB TAINING?
Coca-Cola FEMSA Philippines,
Inc.
Location: Sta. Rosa Plant, Brgy. Pulong
Sta. Cruz, Sta. Rosa, Laguna
Coca-Cola FEMSA Philippines,
Inc. (f

Characterization of Mechanical and
Thermal Properties of Water Lily Fiber
Reinforced Polymer Composites
Reported By:
Albao, Jennifer A.
Bacit, Lois Darren P.
Vale, Jason O.
CHAPTER 1:
INTRODUCTI
ON
INTRODUCTION
In the recent years, manufacturers have been

Homework No. 1
Deadline of submission would be on February 2, 2016 (Tuesday)
6.28. A cylindrical specimen of stainless steel having a diameter of 12.8 mm and a gauga length of 50.8
mm is pulled in tension. Use the load-elongation characteristics tabulated

g-force (with g from gravitational) is a measurement of the type of acceleration that causes weight.
Despite the name, it is incorrect to consider g-force a fundamental force, as "g-force" (lower case
character) is a type of acceleration that can be measu

Fluids Mechanics
PRADO MON PATRICK M.
PUBLICO, JEROME R.
BSME-201311683
2.43.) the tcp of each gate shown in figure P.2.43 lies 4m below the water surface. Find
the location and magnitude of the force acting on one side assuming in a vertical
orientation.

DYNAMICS AND RIGID BODIES
PRADO, MON PATRICK M.
ENGR. DON RAPHAEL D.C. GONZALES
BSME-201311683
FRIDAY 3:00-6:00
11.47.) Collar A starts from rest at t=0 and moves upward with a constant acceleration
of 2.5 in/s2. Knowing that collar B moves downward with

16.
17.
The first step in an inclined plane problem is
to resolve the weight vector into parallel and
perpendicular components:
Now resolve the 60-N force into components
using trigonometry and the given angle
Fpar = mgsin(angle) = (420 N)sin(30 deg)
meas

Chapter 1
Kinematics and Statics
Abstract Chapter 1 is devoted to problems based on one and two dimensions.
The use of various kinematical formulae and the sign convention are pointed out.
Problems in statics involve force and torque, centre of mass of va

ASSIGNMENT NO.2 DYNAMICS AND RIGID BODIES
PRADO MON PATRICK M
FRIDAT 3:00-6:00 CS 311
B.S.M.E 201311683
ENGR .DON RAPHAEL DC GONZALES
2
The motion of a particle in rectilinear motion is define by the relation
x=t 38t +16 t5 , x
is in meters and t is in se

Problem : Find the area of an ellipse with half axes a and b.
Solution to the problem:
The equation of the ellipse shown above may be written in the form
x2 / a2 + y2 / b2 = 1
Since the ellipse is symmetric with respect to the x and y axes, we can find th

FLUID MECHANICS
THE DEVELOPMENT OF FLUID MECHANICS
I
Introduction
A fluid cannot resist a shear stress by a static deflection and it moves and deforms
continuously as long as the shear stress is applied. Fluid mechanics is the study of
fluids either in mo

A block is given an initial velocity of 5 m/s up a frictionless 20o incline. How far up
the incline does the block slide before coming to rest?
First, make a good, clear free-body diagram of all the forces on the block. Then
determine the net force and us

Capacitor
Faye Ann Ocampo, John Leo-mar Padilla, John Erasmus Marie Palad, Hairium Palomares, Jerome Publico,
Harlan Jake Tao, Famela Vizconde
Group 4
Friday/10:30-1:30/OZ309
Physics Department, Adamson University, Ermita, Manila
Abstract
The experiment a

OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING
| Prepared By: Engr. Joselito Eduard E. Goh
Laboratory Activity No. 8
SIMPLE GAME APPLICATION
I.
OBJECTIVES
At the end of this activity, the students will be able to:
1. Understand how to work with multiple forms;
2. Use Timer

Laboratory Activity No. 9
OBJECT COLLECTION
I.
OBJECTIVES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
II.
At the end of this activity, the students will be able to:
Create a custom class library and add reference it to an existing project;
Understand the basics of Language Integrated

1207
Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences, 6(8): 1207-1213, 2012
ISSN 1995-0772
This is a refereed journal and all articles are professionally screened and reviewed
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
A Study of Indoor Air Quality Issues for Non-Industrial Work Place
1

IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE)
ISSN: 2278-1684, PP: 28-32
www.iosrjournals.org
Design and Development of Waste Heat Recovery System for
Domestic Refrigerator
S. C. Walawade1,B.R. Barve2, P. R. Kulkarni3.
1
(Assistant Professo

So what are the causes of air pollution?
Anything people do that involves burning things (combustion), using household or industrial chemicals
(substances that cause chemical reactions and may release toxic gases in the process), or producing large
amount

Arnuco, Arjay M.
201110396
December 1, 2015
Prelim
Output No. 1
Plotting Data
Introduction:
This the work of Russo, J. W.; Hoffmann, M. M. (2011). Measurements of Surface
Tension and Chemical Shift on Several Binary Mixtures of Water and Ionic Liquids and

Guidelines in Writing a Scientific Paper
ROGERS, Steve G., STARK, Tony E. and ROMANOFF, Natasha A.
Group No. 1
Monday/ 2-5 pm /OZ309
Math and Physics Department, Adamson University
Abstract
An abstract is a succinct (one paragraph) summary of the entire p

Accident Escalation,
Incident Investigation
and Reporting
Rascon, Mark Jolo C.
Rivera, Kristian
BSME
201410209
Coverage
What
is Accident
What is Incident
Incident Investigation
Why should it be investigated
Who should do the incident investigating
I

1. POWER USING FUNCTION(FLOWCHART)
START
DECLARATION
num base
num exponent
num power
Output Enter base:
num findPower(num base, num
exponent)
DECLARATION
num power = 1
num counter = 1
Counter<= exponent?
YES
Input base
Output Enter exponent:
NO
Input ex

FLOWCHART FACTORIAL
START
Declarations
num number
num factorial = 1
num counter = 1
output Find factorial of:
input number
YES
counter <= number ?
NO
factorial = factorial * counter
counter = counter + 1
output Factorial of , number, is ,
factorial
STOP

ADAMSON UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
COMPUTER ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
LAB REPORT ON
ACTIVITY 1: SEQUENCE STRUCTURE
by
<Cardozo, Chin-Chin>
<Rascon, Mark Jolo C.>
In Partial Fulfillment of the
Requirements for
Computer Fundamentals and Programming Lab

Is Even?
Start
Decorations
num
number
num
parity
output "Enter number:";
input number
Parity = number % 2
Parity = 0?
Output " Not Even"
Output " Even "
Stop
Source Code
#include<iostream.h>
#include<conio.h>
int main( ) cfw_
int number;
int parity;
clrsc

FLOWCHART
start
Declarations
num base
output "Enter base as
number: "
NO
YES
base = 2?
NO
YES
base = 8?
NO
YES
base = 10?
NO
YES
base = 16?
output "Invalid"
output "Octal"
output "Decimal"
output "Hexadecimal"
stop
output "Binary"
SOURCE CODE
#include <io