ME 462 EXAM # 1
Monday, March 3, 2008
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Instructions
(1)
This is a closed book/notes examination
(2)
You must show all of your work to receive credit.
Problem No. 1 (30%)
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Problem No. 2 (40%)
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Problem No. 3 (30%)
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TOTAL
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(*/100%)
Problem 1:
a) Fin

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!
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MEMORANDUM
TO: Jeffery Herrmann, ENME426 Professor
FROM: Michael Shaffer
SUBJECT: Assignment Four (Process Observation)
The objective of this assignment was to first identify a manufacturing system. The
system I chose to observe was Jimmy Johns Gourmet Sa

Michael Shaffer
ENME426
Assignment 2
1
t_0
^2_0
m_f
m_r
^2_r
N_s
t_s
^2_s
1 min
0.25 min squared
20 min
10 min
25 min squared
60 parts
12 min
16 min squared
Preemptive
A=m_f/(m_f+m_r)
A=
0.667
A.
t_e=t_0/A
t_e=
1.5
Non-premptive (consecutively)
t_e=t_0+t_

Root Locus
Consider the following
K
The closed loop system is Y = s2 +2s+K . The closed loop response is determined by the roots of p(s) =
R
s2 + 2s + K = 0, or s = 1 1 K . For K 0, s = 2, 0. For 0 < K < 1 s = 1 + 1 K , 1 1 K
=
are real and negative. For