Subject & SNES 122 - Time
0900-1030Room
Title
Dynamics of
Days
TTH
Units
NO.
NAME
SN
YEAR
COURSE
1 ABAYON, JI 2.0E+010
3 BSCPE
2 AGUILAR, 2.0E+010
4 EE
3 AQUINO, J 2.0E+010
3 BSCPE
4 BAUTISTA, 2.0E+010
3 BSCPE
5 CADIZ, JOH 2.0E+010
3 BSCPE
6 CASTILLO, 2.0
Course Name
MECHANICS OF DEFORMABLE BODIES
Course Description
Axial stress and strain; stresses for torsion and bending; combined stresses;
beam deflections; indeterminate beams; and elastic instability.
Number of Units for
Lecture and Laboratory
3 units
bject & Section 123 - CPE1
NES
Title Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
NO.
NAME
1
ABAYON, JIZZA MAE C
2
ALBINO, GLEN GERALD P
3
BASCO, JOHN LAWTER A
4
BAUTISTA, IMEE LYNN C
5
BURGONIO, MARK WILFRED E
6
CABRERA, ROMMEL R
7
CADIZ, JOHN CARL S
8
CASTILLO, ELIEZ
Voltage Amplifier
a.)
Description: The circuit If we completely ignore the sine input, we can see that there will
still be a complete circuit and therefore a voltage at the output. Based on the ratios of
the resistors used here, this voltage (called the q
Problem Set:
1. The elevator shown starts from rest and
moves upward with a constant
acceleration. If the counterweight W
moves through 10 m in 5 s, determine
(a) the acceleration of the elevator and
the cable C, (b) the velocity of the
elevator after 5 s
Problem Set:
1. The elevator shown starts from rest and
moves upward with a constant
acceleration. If the counterweight W
moves through 10 m in 5 s, determine
(a) the acceleration of the elevator and
the cable C, (b) the velocity of the
elevator after 5 s
Thermal Stress
Temperature changes cause the body
to expand or contract.
The amount T, is given by
where is the coefficient of thermal expansion in
m/mC,
L is the length in meter, and
Ti and Tf are the initial and final temperatures,
respectively in C
Problem set:
1. Show the derivation:
a. For uniform rectilinear motion,v = constant.
i. x = x0 + vt
b. For uniformly accelerated rectilinear motion, a = constant.
i. v = v0 + at
ii. x = x0 + v0t + at2
iii. v2 = v02 + 2a(x x0)
2. A motorist is traveling at
Course Name
Course Description
Number of Units for
Lecture and Laboratory
Number of Contact
Hours per Week
Prerequisite
Course Objectives
Course Outline
DYNAMICS OF RIGID BODIES
Kinetics and kinematics of a particle; kinetics and kinematics of rigid bodie
Stress
Thin-Walled Pressure Vessels
A tank or pipe carrying a fluid or gas under a
pressure is subjected to tensile forces, which
resist bursting, developed across longitudinal
and transverse sections.
TANGENTIAL STRESS
(Circumferential Stress)
Consider
Strength of Materials
Simple Stress
Stress
Stress is the expression of force applied to a
unit area of surface.
It is measured in psi (English unit) or in MPa (SI
unit).
is expressed as the ratio of the applied force
divided by the resisting area.
= F
Strain
Simple Strain
strain is the ratio of the change in length
caused by the applied force, to the original
length.
Also known as unit deformation
Where:
is the deformation
L is the original length
is the strain (dimensionless)
Ductile and Brittle
Statically
Indeterminate
Members
Statically Indeterminate
When the reactive forces or the internal resisting forces over a cross
section exceed the number of independent equations of equilibrium,
the structure is called statically indeterminate.
These c
Strain
(Sample Problems)
1.) A solid cylinder of diameter d carries an axial load P. Show that its
change in diameter is 4P / Ed.
2.) A rectangular steel block is 3
inches long in the x direction, 2
inches long in the y direction, and
4 inches long in the
EXPERIMENT NO. 1
SMALL SIGNAL ANALYSIS OF A COMMON EMITTER AMPLIFIER
OBJECTIVES:
After performing the experiment, you should be able to:
1. Compute the ac parameters for a common emitter amplifier.
2. Build a CE amplifier and measure the ac parameters. Ob
UNIVERSITY OF THE EAST
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
NEC 322 - EE1
FEBRUARY 19, 2016
OP-AMP CHARACTERISTICS
EXPERIMENT NO. 3
Presentation(10%)
_
Data(20%)
_
Interpretation(20%) _
Fernando, Nathaniel Aaron B.
Dela Cruz, Artvirgo M.
Engr. M.B. Austria
UNIVERSITY O
discussion
Experiment No. 2 is titled Multistage amplifier. from the word amplify meaning to
increase in this experiment we are to construct the given two-stage transistor amplifier
circuit and to use it to amplify the input voltage of 0.5 Volts pp.
after
EXPERIMENT NO. 2
MULTISTAGE AMPLIFIER
OBJECTIVE:
After performing the experiment, the student will be able to:
1. Construct a two-stage transistor amplifier and measure the ac parameters
including the input impedance, output impedance, voltage gain and po
A. List the various products available from the product table.
B. Display the information of client no 0001 and 0002.
C. Find the products with description as "1.44 Drive" and "1.22 Drive".
D. Find the list of all the clients who stays in the city of 'Bom
Machine Problem
1-4
Machine Problem
1-5
Machine Problem
1-6
Machine Problem
1-7
Machine Problem
1-8
Machine Problem
1-9
Machine Problem
1-10
Machine Problem
1-11
TABLE DESCRIPTION:
TABLE: black_ops:
HAVING CLAUSE:
Display the record in which albm_quant would be more than or equal to 2.
Query:
SELECT *
FROM black_ops
GROUP BY albm_quant
HAVING COUNT(albm_quant) >= 2;
Output:
SORT: (ASC)
Display the record when "RC