The quick release bolt on a bicycle front axle is
under the action of a shear stress of 40 MN/m 2
and a tensile stress of 30 MN/m2. Determine
(i) the state of stress at the point on another
element oriented 20 (clockwise)
(ii) the magnitudes and direction
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PRODUCING VARIOUS SHAPES
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Machining Processes Used to Produce Various Shapes:
Milling, Broaching, Gear Manufacturing
Parts Made with
Machining Processes
Figure Some basic
April 16, 2017
Shear Stress in Bending
(Week 4)
PowerPoint Slides
by Dr CHIA Chee Ming
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April 16, 2017
Learning Objective (s)
Students will learn the derivation and calculation of
shear stress for beam subjected to bending.
April 16, 2017
Bending: Non-uniform loading
(Week 1 & 2)
PowerPoint Slides
by Dr CHIA Chee Ming
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April 16, 2017
Learning Objective (s)
Students will learn to calculate shear force (SF) and
bending moment (BM) for beam subjec
April 16, 2017
Stress Transformation
(Week 5)
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April 16, 2017
Learning Objective (s)
Students will learn the calculation of stress
transformation of element at different orientation.
S
April 16, 2017
Experimental Stress & Strain
(Week 6)
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by Dr CHIA Chee Ming
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April 16, 2017
Learning Objective (s)
Students will gain an understanding on experimental
stress analysis.
Students will learn the
April 16, 2017
Theories of Failure
(Week 7)
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by Dr CHIA Chee Ming
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April 16, 2017
Learning Objective (s)
Students will gain an understanding on the different
theories that predict materials failure.
Student
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Abrasive machining and finishing operation
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GRINDING
Definitions
Abrasive machining is a material removal process that involves the use of
abrasive cutting tools.
There ar
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NON TRADITIONAL PROCESSES
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Traditional vs. non-traditional processes
A machining process is called non-traditional if its material
removal mechanism is basically differe
April 16, 2017
Bending: Statically Indeterminate Beams
(Week 3)
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by Dr CHIA Chee Ming
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April 16, 2017
Learning Objective (s)
Students will learn to solve statically indeterminate
problems for beam subjected
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Lecture 1: Stress-strain relationship
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Stress
The effect of external applied forces on a
solid body or the member of a framework can
be measured in terms of the internal reacting
forces.
The intensity of internal force at a point is
called str
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and Com
KAREN GRAM JENSEN AND BODIL JERSLEV
structure is viewed along the b axis. This projection
illustrates very clearly that the external shape of a
crystal - in this case the prominence of cfw_10T - is a
function of the packing of the molecules in the crystal
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Ivan Franko National University of Lviv
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and multinary inorganic compounds using the periodic number
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Motivation for Studying Fires
Loss from fires can cost up to 1% of GDP for developing
nations
A fire is an interesting dynamical system involving many
coupled, non-linear processes in thermal-fluid sciences
fluid dynamics (often turbulent)
heat transfer
MAE 457 HW #8: Post-Flashover Fires
Assigned: 12/3/15
Due: 12/10/15
Problem #1 Using Excel worksheet Compartment_fire.xlsm do the following:
a) Plot HRR (Qdot_C) and Tg for a fire load of 50 MJ/m^2 (low) using ventilation
factors of 0.02 (low) and 0.12 (h
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CHAPTER 4
Radiation Heat Transfer
0. L. Tien, K. Y. Lee, and A. J. Stretton
Introduction
Researchers have become increasingly aware of the
role of thermal radiation in fires, and a significant amount
of recent research work has been publish
MAE 457 HW #3: Plumes and Pool Fires
Assigned: 10/1/15
Due: 10/13/15
Problem #1 Problem 4.2 from the text.
Problem #2 Problem 4.3 from the text.
Problem #3 Problem 4.4 from the text.
Problem #4 Problem 4.5 from the text.
Problem #5 Problem 4.6 from the te
MAE 457 HW #1: Reactive Thermo-chemistry
Assigned: 9/10/15
Due: 9/17/15
Problem #1 Problem 1.1 from text.
Problem #2 Problem 1.2 from text.
Problem #3 Determine the stoichiometric air-fuel ratio (mass) for propane (C3H8).
Problem #4 Propane burns in a pre
MAE 410/510 HW #2: Heat Transfer for Fires
Assigned: 9/17/15
Due: 10/1/15
Problem #1- Problem 2.3 from the text.
Problem #2 Problem 2.4 from the text.
Problem #3 Problem 2.10 from the text. Assume h=20 W/m^2-K and NOTE, x-axis on
Fig. 2.6(a) is alpha t /