22M:072 Elementary Numerical Analysis
Homework 13
Due date: Dec. 5, 11:30 PM
No late homework is permitted.
You have to answer all the questions.
You dont need to show your code until specied.
Problems
1. What are y0 , y1 , and y2 in Eulers method with
Shear Flow in Built-up Sections
Beams are often fabricated or built-up by
joining many different parts.
The parts can be joined using a variety of
fasteners such as: nails, screws, welds,
adhesives, etc.
The fasteners should resist the shear force alon
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INTRODUCTION TO
DESIGN
Simple connections
Axial Loads and Direct Shear
1
MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
Concepts of this class are applicable to the
design of all objects (machines and structures)
and components of objects that support or
transmit loads
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NumericalAnalysisHomework10
PROBLEM3
CODE:
function [X] = FiveHundred(A,B)
%UNTITLED Summary of this function goes here
%
Detailed explanation goes here
for i=1:500
b(i,1) = 3;
end
for i=1:500
A(i,i) = -2;
if (i-1)>0
A(i,i-1) = 1;
e
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NumericalAnalysisHomework11
PROBLEM1
CODE:
function [x,iflag,itnum]=GS(A,b,x0,delta,max_it)
for i=1:500
b(i,1) = 3;
x0(i,1) = 0;
end
for i=1:500
A(i,i) = -2;
if (i-1)>0
A(i,i-1) = 1;
end
if (i+1) < 501
A(i,i+1) = 1;
end
end
n=length
Homework14
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TrapezoidalFunction:
function [x,y] = TRAPEZOIDAL(x0,y0,x_end,h,fcn,tol)
n = fix(x_end-x0)/h) +1;
x = linspace(x0,x_end,n)';
y = zeros(n,1)
y(1) = y0;
i = 2;
while i <= n
fyt = feval(fcn, x(i-1), y(i-1);
yt1 = y(i-1) + h*fyt;
coun
057:021
Design for Manufacturing
Spring 2014
Assignment II
Due: Wednesday, February 26
Total: 100% +30% (EC)
1. Given the figure below (30%),
a. Calculate and draw the sizes and shape of each hole center tolerance zone for Figure (a)
and Figure (b) when t
Solutions for HW 5
Q1. Process plan for rapid prototyping of the keypad model
(1) CAD model generation (The original object model needs to be converted to STL file in mesh
format while RP machine is not compatible with the original file format such as Cre
Solutions for HW 4
a. For Milling:
For Drilling:
b. In order to machine the part, at least two setup needed as shown below.
Fig. 1: Setup 1
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Fig. 2: Setup 2
Process Plan
Process Description
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22M:072:231 Elementary Numerical Analysis
Homework 4
Due date: Sept 26, Friday, 11:30AM
No late homework is permitted.
You have to answer all the questions.
You dont need to show your code until specied.
If you are specied to show your matlab code. Pl
057:021
Design for Manufacturing
Spring 2014
Assignment IV
Due: Monday, April 7
Total: 100%
1. (100%) The workpiece with dimensions 16-in x 6-in x 1-in is machined using a CNC milling
center and the part given in Fig.1 is obtained. Suggested machining par
057:021
Design for Manufacturing
Spring 2014
Assignment III
Due: Monday, March 10th
Total: 100%
1. A 0.40-in.-diameter drill is used on a drill press operating at 400 rpm. (24%)
a. If the feed is 0.004 in./rev, what is the MRR?
b. What is the MRR if the d
MaverickHovey
Codeforquestion4:
>x0=0;
>x1=2;
>error_bd=0.000001;
>max_iterate=200;
>root=secant(x0,x1,error_bd,max_iterate)
Functionforquestion4:
function root = secant(x0,x1,error_bd,max_iterate)
format short e
error = 1;
fx0 = f(x0);
it_count = 0;
iter
22M:072 Elementary Numerical Analysis
Homework 3
Due date: September 19, Friday, Friday, 11:30 AM
No late homework is permitted.
You have to answer all the questions.
You dont need to show your code until specied.
If you are specied to show your matla
22M:072 Elementary Numerical Analysis
Homework 9
Due date: Oct.31, 11:30 PM
No late homework is permitted.
You have to answer all the questions.
You dont need to show your code until specied.
Problems
1. Use Taylors theorem to nd the error of the backw
points
received
Section
Abstract
Purpose of report and for whom?
What tests were performed and what material was used?
What were the important conclusions and are they justified?
Total
points
possible
0
1
1
1
3
Introduction and Background
What is hardness
points
points
received possible
Section
Abstract
Purpose of report and for whom?
What tests were performed and what material was used?
What were the important conclusions and are they justified?
Total
1
1
2
4
Total
4
3
2
9
Total
1
1
2
Total
3
3
Total
6
6
057:021
Design for Manufacturing
Spring 2014
Assignment VI
Due: Wednesday, May 7
Total: 100 %
1. Assume metal strip, 10-in. in wide and 1-in thick, has a true stress-true strain curve given by
Y 100,000 0.5 . The strip is rolled to a thickness of 0.8-in.