ME141L-A37
EXPERIMENT NO.
ABSTRACT
INTRODUCTION
OBJECTIVES
METHODOLOGY
MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT
PROCEDURES
DATA AND RESULTS
DISCUSSION
CONCLUSION
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
REFERENCES
EXPERIMENT NO. 3
CALIBRATION OF MERCURY THERMOMETER AND BIMETALLIC EXPANSION THERMOMETER
ABSTRACT
Highly sensitive temperature devices, particularly those with analog display, give the illusion of
accuracy. However, knowledge of true temperature is only i
ME141L-A37
EXPERIMENT NO. 6
AREA MEASUREMENT
ABSTRACT
This experiment focuses on the use of polar planimiter to measure area of different figures,
including regular shapes. The importance of this is to know the actual area that cannot be computed
using th
ME141L-A37
EXPERIMENT NO. 8
SPEED MEASUREMENT
ABSTRACT
Speed measuring device such as tachometer wasnt that so sensitive that it gives accurate
measurement if reflectors are installed properly. Knowledge of measuring accurate speed is very
important and i
ME141L-A37
EXPERIMENT NO. 7
HUMIDITY MEASUREMENT
ABSTRACT
Highly sensitive humidity devices, particularly those with manual display, give the illusion of
accuracy. However, knowledge of true temperature and humidity is related to precision. To guarantee
t
ME141L-A37
EXPERIMENT NO. 8
SPEED MEASUREMENT
ABSTRACT
Speed measuring device such as tachometer wasnt that so sensitive that it gives accurate
measurement if reflectors are installed properly. Knowledge of measuring accurate speed is very
important and i
ME 141L-A37
EXPERIMENT NO. 4
FLOW MEASUREMENTS
ABSTRACT
There is a tendency to make flow measurement a highly theoretical and technical subject but
what most influences quality measurement is the practical application of metering equipment and the
use of
EXPERIMENT NO. 3
CALIBRATION OF MERCURY THERMOMETER AND BIMETALLIC EXPANSION THERMOMETER
ABSTRACT
Highly sensitive temperature devices, particularly those with analog display, give the illusion of
accuracy. However, knowledge of true temperature is only i
ME 141L-A37
EXPERIMENT NO. 4
FLOW MEASUREMENTS
ABSTRACT
There is a tendency to make flow measurement a highly theoretical and technical subject but
what most influences quality measurement is the practical application of metering equipment and the
use of
ME141L-A37
EXPERIMENT NO. 6
AREA MEASUREMENT
ABSTRACT
This experiment focuses on the use of polar planimiter to measure area of different figures,
including regular shapes. The importance of this is to know the actual area that cannot be computed
using th
ME 141L-A37
EXPERIMENT NO. 2
PHYSICAL STUDY OF PRESSURE GAGES
OBJECTIVE
To study the physical characteristics of different pressure gages, know each of the essential parts and
principle used in each of their operation.
SUMMARY
This experiment focuses on t
ME141L-A37
EXPERIMENT NO. 7
HUMIDITY MEASUREMENT
ABSTRACT
Highly sensitive humidity devices, particularly those with manual display, give the illusion of
accuracy. However, knowledge of true temperature and humidity is related to precision. To guarantee
t
At the end of the lesson, you should be able
to:
draw the free-body diagram for a particle.
identify the conditions for the equilibrium of
a particle.
solve problems involving equilibrium of particle.
calculate the equilibrant of any force system.
i
At the end of the lesson, you should be able
to:
resolve a force into components.
replace multiple forces acting on a particle
with a single equivalent or resultant force
using component methods.
RESOLUTION OF FORCES:
Using Parallelogram Law the resu
Exercise:
If the tensile forces in members AB and AC are
185 N and 200 N, respectively, determine the
values of angles and to maintain equilibrium.
Exercise:
A cylinder weighing 400kN is held against a
smooth incline by means of the weightless rod AB.
At the end of the lesson, you should be able
to:
describe moment of a force and compute the
magnitude of moment of a force about a point
and about a line.
What happens when you try to open a door with
one finger?
Where do you push?
Hi, my
name is
Mr S
At the end of the lesson, you should be able
to:
explain vector multiplication, the dot product
and cross product, and demonstrate their
applications in mechanics.
The Dot Product
If a force F is applied to a particle moving along a
path, we often nee
At the end of the lesson, you should be able
to:
define mechanics and discuss the properties
and effects of a force.
replace multiple forces acting on a particle
with a single equivalent or resultant force.
apply the parallelogram law in computing the
Newtons
Second Law
At the end of the lesson, you should be able
to:
solve rectilinear motion problems using
Newtons second law of motion.
NEWTONS LAW OF MOTION
1. A particle acted upon by a balanced force system
has no acceleration.
2. A particle acted
WORK AND ENERGY
At the end of the lesson, you should be able
to:
solve problems involving work and energy
using the principles of work and energy, and
the law of conservation of energy.
Previously, problems dealing with the motion of
particles were sol
IMPULSE AND
MOMENTUM
At the end of the lesson, you should be able
to:
solve impulse and momentum problems.
define impact and identify the different
types of impact.
solve problems involving impact.
From Newtons second law,
d
F mv
mv linear momentum
EQUILIBRIUM OF A PARTICLE, THE FREE-BODY
DIAGRAM & COPLANAR FORCE SYSTEMS
Objectives:
Students will be able to :
a) Draw a free body diagram
(FBD), and,
b) Apply equations of
equilibrium to solve a 2-D
problem.
APPLICATIONS
The crane is lifting a load. To
POSITION VECTORS & FORCE VECTORS
Objectives:
Students will be able to :
a) Represent a position vector in
Cartesian coordinate form, from given
geometry.
b) Represent a force vector directed
along a line.
APPLICATIONS
This ships mooring line,
connected to
FORCE VECTORS, VECTOR OPERATIONS
& ADDITION COPLANAR FORCES
Objectives:
Students will be able to :
a) Resolve a 2-D vector into components.
b) Add 2-D vectors using Cartesian vector notations.
APPLICATION OF VECTOR ADDITION
FR
There are three concurrent
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THREE-DIMENSIONAL FORCE SYSTEMS
Objectives:
Students will be able to solve 3-D particle equilibrium problems by
a) Drawing a 3-D free body diagram, and,
b) Applying the three scalar equations (based on one vector
equation) of equilibrium.
APPLICATIONS
You
MOMENT OF A FORCE
ABOUT AN AXIS
MOMENT ABOUT AN AXIS
Objectives:
Students will be able to
determine the moment of a
force about an axis using
a) scalar analysis, and,
b) vector analysis.
APPLICATIONS
With the force P, a person is creating a moment MA usin
EQUILIBRIUM OF A PARTICLE, THE FREE-BODY
DIAGRAM & COPLANAR FORCE SYSTEMS
Objectives:
Students will be able to :
a) Draw a free body diagram
(FBD), and,
b) Apply equations of
equilibrium to solve a 2-D
problem.
APPLICATIONS
The crane is lifting a load. To
MOMENT OF A FORCE
MOMENT OF A FORCE (SCALAR FORMULATION),
CROSS PRODUCT, MOMENT OF A FORCE (VECTOR
FORMULATION), & PRINCIPLE OF MOMENTS
Objectives :
Students will be able to:
a) understand and define moment,
and,
b) determine moments of a force in 2D and
FORCES IN SPACE
CARTESIAN VECTORS
CARTESIAN VECTORS AND
THEIR ADDITION & SUBTRACTION
Objectives:
Students will be able to:
a) Represent a 3-D vector in a
Cartesian coordinate system.
b) Find the magnitude and
coordinate angles of a 3-D vector
c) Add vecto
MOMENT OF A
COUPLE
Objectives:
Students will be able to
a) define a couple, and,
b) determine the moment of a couple.
APPLICATIONS
A torque or moment of 12 Nm is required to rotate the wheel.
Why does one of the two grips of the wheel above require less
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