UNIVERSITI TUNKU ABDUL RAHMAN
Centre
Course
Year/ Trimester
Session
: Centre for Foundation Studies (CFS)
: Foundation in Science
: Year 1 / Trimester 1
: 201505
Unit Code
Unit Title
Lecturer
: FHSC1014
: Mechanics
:
Tutorial 1: Introduction.
1.
How many
ME130 First Exam Topics (closed book and notes)
Degrees of freedom and kinematics diagram. Identify the type of
mechanism (path, motion, function). Label all links and joints clearly.
Use the equation to find DOF. Indicate the type of joint; pin, slider,
PVT Analysis & Reservoir
Fluid Properties
Background
Introduction to properties of petroleum
reservoir fluids
Ideal and real gases and their fundamental
properties
Compressibility factor of pure gases
Gas mixtures
Mixing rules for gas mixtures
Comp
Fluid Saturations
Significance and definition
Distribution of fluid saturation in a petroleum reservoir
Definition and mathematical expressions for fluid
saturation
Reservoir rock samples used for fluid saturation
determination
Laboratory measurement
Capillary Pressure
Introduction
Basic mathematical expression of capillary pressure
The rise of liquid in capillaries
Dependence of capillary pressure on rock and fluid
properties and saturation
Laboratory measurement of capillary pressure
Converting labo
PVT Analysis & Reservoir
Fluid Properties
Background
Introduction to properties of petroleum
reservoir fluids
Ideal and real gases and their fundamental
properties
Compressibility factor of pure gases
Gas mixtures
Mixing rules for gas mixtures
Comp
Fluid Saturations
Significance and definition
Distribution of fluid saturation in a petroleum reservoir
Definition and mathematical expressions for fluid
saturation
Reservoir rock samples used for fluid saturation
determination
Laboratory measurement
PVT Analysis & Reservoir
Fluid Properties
Background
Introduction to properties of petroleum
reservoir fluids
Ideal and real gases and their fundamental
properties
Compressibility factor of pure gases
Gas mixtures
Mixing rules for gas mixtures
Comp
Fluid Saturations
Significance and definition
Distribution of fluid saturation in a petroleum reservoir
Definition and mathematical expressions for fluid
saturation
Reservoir rock samples used for fluid saturation
determination
Laboratory measurement
Fluid Saturations
Significance and definition
Distribution of fluid saturation in a petroleum reservoir
Definition and mathematical expressions for fluid
saturation
Reservoir rock samples used for fluid saturation
determination
Laboratory measurement
ME 313 Mechanical Engineering Thermodynamics
Spring 2016 Syllabus
Catalog description:
Continuation of ES 346 including power and refrigeration cycles (Rankine, Brayton, Otto and
Diesel), compressible flow (isentropic, shock waves and flow in ducts with f
Absolute permeability
Significance and definition
Mathematical expression of permeability:
Darcys law
Dimensional analysis of permeability and
definition of a Darcy
Application of Darcys law to inclined flow
and radial flow
Averaging of permeabilitie
Interfacial Tension and
Wettability
Introduction and fundamental concepts
Effect of pressure and temperature on interfacial tension
and surface tension
Laboratory measurement of interfacial tension and
wettability
Fundamental concepts of wettability
Absolute permeability
Significance and definition
Mathematical expression of permeability:
Darcys law
Dimensional analysis of permeability and
definition of a Darcy
Application of Darcys law to inclined flow
and radial flow
Averaging of permeabilitie
NAME _
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
Mechanical Engineering Department
ME130
Homework 5  Due Tu., Oct. 25
Fall 2016
1  (25 points) A sixbar mechanism is shown below. Links 5 an 6 are sliders. For the given position,
determine the angular velocity of link 4
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
Mechanical Engineering Department
ME130
Design Project
Fall 2016
As part of this course, you are responsible for a design project. The project will be done in groups of four or
five and includes designing a mechanism to perform a
4.1 and 4.2
1
A complete airconditioning system for an aircraft should control (p)
A.humidity
B.temperature
C.oxygen
D.humidity and temperature
Answer : D
1
What is the purpose of adequate movement of the air in aircraft air conditioning system?(p)
A.coo
Altimeter, instrument that measures the altitude of the land surface or any object
such as an airplane. The two main types are the pressure altimeter, or aneroid barometer,
which approximates altitude above sea level by measuring atmospheric pressure, and
Bending Moment (N * m)
.0
U
.o
4:
.0
w
.0
N
.0

0
Bending Moment (Nm) vs Applied Load Mass (g)
0 100 200 300 400
Mass of Load Applied (g)
Experimenta B.M. Theoretica EM.
500
Chapter 1
Introduction
Statistics is learning from data the science of designing studies and analysing
their results. Statistics uses a lot of mathematics, and some like statistics because
of its challenging mathematics. Statistics involves a lot of other
UNSW Australia
School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
MMAN1300 Engineering Mechanics
Lab 3: ShearForce and BendingMoment in a Beam
Location: Undergraduate Teaching Laboratory, Room 116, Willis Annex
Due date: Friday 28th October 5pm (Moodle
Lab 1: Shear Force and Bending Moment in a Beam
Alan Papalia
May 6th, 2017
MMAN1300  Engineering Mechanics
z5150484
PSS: W15A, Civil Engineering 102
Contents
1 ABSTRACT
2
2 INTRODUCTION
2
3 SHEAR FORCE IN A BEAM
3.1 S.F. EXPERIMENT 1: Shear force variati
Tutorial Exercises
This section contains tutorial exercises, organised by chapter number. The week
before each tutorial, you will be informed which exercises will be the focus of the
coming tutorial in lectures and on the course web page via UNSW Moodle.
Some maths background you will want at your fingertips:
Integration, particularly of exponentials, eg
d x
e
dx
= ex , therefore
Z
ex dx = ex (plus an arbitrary constant of course);
d kx
e
dx
ekx dx = k1 ekx etc.
R
R
Integration by parts, particularly exam
MATH2801: Theory of Statistics,
Additional exercises for chapter 3 and 4
Q1 and Q2 give practice using finding the density function of a transformed random
variable where the transformation is monotonic. In Q3 the transformation is not monotonic
1. Recall
CHAPTER 5ALKENES: BONDING, NOMENCLATURE, AND PROPERTIES
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1. What is the approximate value of the CCC bond angle in propene?
a. 90
b. 109
c. 120
d. 180
ANS: C
2. What is the approximate value of the HCH bonds angle in ethene?
a. 90
b. 109
c.