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111Equation Chapter 1 Section 1
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Faris Saleh Al khanjaf
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CE203
Mechanics of Material
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King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals
College of Engineering Sciences
Mechanical Engineering Department
First Semester 2016/2017 (161)
ME 307 Machine Design I
ME Department
Mission
The department is committed to providing highest quality education
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
KING FAHD UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & MINERLAS
MANUFACTURING PROCESSES I
(ME206/SE322)
Laboratory Manual
CONTENTS
S. No.
Experiment
Page
1
Sand Casting (Demonstration & Hand on Experience)
3
2
Pattern Design & Evaporative C
Shaping Process: Metal Casting
Casting is a process of pouring molten metal
into a mold cavity and allowing it to solidify.
Upon solidification, metal takes the shape of
the cavity.
It is oldest method of manufacturing
Capable of producing intricate shape
DESIGN
CONSIDERATIONS
IN SAND CASTING:
Location of Parting Plane
The proper location of the
parting plane of the mold leads
to:
Eliminating the utilization of cores.
Effective and economical gating.
Reduced casting weight.
Eliminating defects in casting.
Chapter 7:
-If specific heat is variable:
*Entropy change calculation :
P2 Pr 2
P1 Pr 1
-In general :
S S 2 S 1
Q
2
Sgen
T
1
S adiabatic Sgen
X (U U 0 ) P0 (V V0 ) T0 ( S S0 ) m
v2 vr 2
v1 vr1
s2 s1 Cv T
1
2
s2 s1 C p T
1
T
dT
R ln 2
T
1
dT
P
R ln
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ME 307 Machine Design I
First Semester, 2014-2015 (141)
(Quiz # 4 28-12-2014)
Time: 30 minutes
Max. Marks = 20
Instructions: If you are using any formula, you must write it clearly before applying it. A solution without
the form
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Fall Semester, 2014-2015(141)
(Quiz # 1 06-1 1-2014)
Time: 20 minutes
Max. Marks = 20
Instructions: If you are using any formula, you must write it clearly' before applying it. A solution without
the formula being
KFUPM - Mechanical Engineering Department
ME-323 Manufacturing processes (141)
Instructor Name: Muhammed Jamiu Suleiman Adinoyi
Gas Welding
Ali Al-Musabih
201163190
Sec# 54
Introduction & Objectives:
Welding is the process by which metal is joined togethe
ME 323- Manufacturing Processes
Section 54-Semester 141
Lab Title: Machining project
Name: Ali Al-Musabih
ID#: 201163190
Instructor: Muhammed Jamiu Adinoyi
Office Location: 22-115
Introduction & Objectives:
Machine tool is a power driven tool designed to
ME 323- Manufacturing Processes
Section 54-Semester 141
Lab Title: Dimensional Metrology
Name: Ali Al-Musabih
ID#: 201163190
Instructor: Muhammed Jamiu Adinoyi
Office Location: 22-115
Introduction & Objectives:
Engineering metrology is defined as the scie
ME 323- Manufacturing Processes
Section 54-Semester 141
Lab Title: Sheet metal formability
Name: Ali Al-Musabih
ID#: 201163190
Instructor: Muhammed Jamiu Adinoyi
Office Location: 22-115
Introduction & Objectives:
Sheet forming involves a workpiece with a
ME 323- Manufacturing Processes
Section 54-Semester 141
Lab Title: Compression Test
Name: Ali Al-Musabih
ID#: 201163190
Instructor: Muhammed Jamiu Adinoyi
Office Location: 22-115
Introduction & Objectives:
Compression tests on metallic specimens are prima
ME 323- Manufacturing Processes
Section 54-Semester 141
Lab Title: TIG & MIG Welding
Name: Ali Al-Musabih
ID#: 201163190
Instructor: Muhammed Jamiu Adinoyi
Office Location: 22-115
Introduction & Objectives:
Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), which is known as
Manufacturing and DesignEngineering Statistics
Lectures 5 and 6-Contineous RV and Probability
Distributions
9/9/2015
ME 406 Manufacturing and Design
Dr Anwar K Sheikh
1
Continuous Random Variables and
Probability Distributions
9/9/2015
ME 406 Manufacturi
Manufacturing and Design
Engineering Statistics -Lecture
7
12/7/15
ME 406 Manufacturing and Design
Dr Anwar K Sheikh
1
Random Sampling and Data
Description
12/7/15
ME 406 Manufacturing and Design
Dr Anwar K Sheikh
2
Learning Objectives
After covering this
Manufacturing and DesignStatistics Lectures 3
& 4-Discrete RV and Probability Distributions
8/29/2015
ME 406 Manufacturing and Design
Dr Anwar K Sheikh
1
Discrete Random Variables
and Probability Distributions
Learning Objectives
After covering this lectu
Manufacturing and DesignEngineering
Statistics -Lecture 2
8/29/2015
ME 406 Manufacturing and Design
Dr Anwar K Sheikh
1
EVENTS AND PROBABILITIES
8/29/2015
ME 406 Manufacturing and Design
Dr Anwar K Sheikh
2
Probability
Used to quantify likelihood or chan
Chapter 11
Properties and Processing of Metal
Powders
Density/Compacting Pressure
FIGURE 11.6 (a) Density of copper-and iron-powder compacts as a function of compacting pressure. Density
greatly influences the mechanical and physical properties of P/M par
Pressure-Fed Bearings
At high bearing loads and high temperature: turbo machinery,
car engines, Elect. Subm. Pumps, etc
Lubricant is supplied at
a supply pressure Ps
through supply hole
drilled opposite to load
bearing area side
Pressure-Fed Bearings
Exam
PROBLEM 6.14
KNOWN: Radial distribution of local convection coefficient for flow normal to a circular
disk.
FIND: Expression for average Nusselt number.
SCHEMATIC:
ASSUMPTIONS: Constant properties.
ANALYSIS: The average convection coefficient is
1
hdAs
A
PROBLEM 6.7
KNOWN: Distribution of local convection coefficient for obstructed parallel flow over a flat
plate.
FIND: Average heat transfer coefficient and ratio of average to local at the trailing edge.
SCHEMATIC:
ANALYSIS: The average convection coeffic
PROBLEM 6.35
KNOWN: Variation of hx with x for flow over a flat plate.
FIND: Ratio of average Nusselt number for the entire plate to the local Nusselt number at x
= L.
SCHEMATIC:
ANALYSIS: The expressions for the local and average Nusselt numbers are
Nu L
PROBLEM 6.5
KNOWN: Variation of hx with x for laminar flow over a flat plate.
FIND: Ratio of average coefficient, h x , to local coefficient, hx, at x.
SCHEMATIC:
ANALYSIS: The average value of hx between 0 and x is
1 x
C x
h x dx = x -1/2dx
x 0
x 0
C 1/
King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals
Mechanical Engineering Department
ME 309- Mechanics of Machines (141)
HW-2 S O L U T I O N
Loop-closure Equation
r1 + r2 = r2
r1e
j1
+ r2 e
j 2
(1)
= r3e
j3
(2)
The Velocity Equation:
0 + r2 e j 2 = r3 e j3 + j