Engineering Geometry
Chapter 3
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Homework 1 is Due Today
Make sure that your name is on the first
page of the homework.
Staple all of your work together
There is a stapler in the commons area
Future reference:
The stapler in the commons ar
Engineering Geometry
Chapter 5
Pgs. 215240
How This Material Will Help You
You will learn how to create and read
multiview drawings
You will learn how to identify normal,
inclined and oblique planes
You will learn how to represent features
in multivi
Homework 1 (Due January 18 at the start of class) Late homework will not be accepted.
The objectives of homework 1 are to:
1. Help you strengthen your skills in hand sketching.
2. Help you develop basic skills in using SolidWorks.
3. Help you strengthen y
Constraint Based Design
Chapter 3
How This Material Will Help You
You will learn how you can constrain
features in your designs to fully define
them
You will learn how constraint based
design is related to design intent
What is Constraint Based
Design?
Homework 2
Due Date:
January 30, 2011
The objectives of this homework are to give you the opportunity to build
and demonstrate you skills in:
Projecting points, lines, and planes.
Reading multiview drawings.
Creating multiview drawings.
Visualizing 3D obj
Engineering Geometry
Chapter 5
Pgs. 246260
How This Material Will Help You
You will learn to distinguish between
inclined planes and oblique planes
You will understand why the distinction
between inclined planes and oblique
planes is important
You wil
IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
ME 436  Heat Transfer
HomeWork 6 Internal Forced Convection
Assigned 10/19, Due 10/26 at 5 PM on Blackboard
Problem 1

An oil at 50C with properties similar to engine oil passes through a 30 cm diameter pipe with an
average velocit
IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
ME 436 Heat Transfer
Homework 2 1D Heat Conduction
Assigned 8/31, Due 9/14 at 5 PM on Blackboard
Problem 1 (6 points)
Base Plate
A = 300 cm2
Resistive Heater
1100 W
x
A household iron is shown schematically in the figure above. The i
IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
ME 436 Heat Transfer
Homework 4 Transient Heat Conduction
Assigned 9/26, Due 10/3 at 5 PM on Blackboard
Problem 1
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A farmer harvests 20 eggs from his chicken coop when the ambient conditions outside are 24C.
The farmers daughter h
IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
ME 436 Heat Transfer
Homework 1 Material and Energy Balances
Assigned 8/22, Due 8/31 at 5 PM on Blackboard
Problem 1 (5 points)
A new geothermal plant is designed with a turbine capable of driving 400 kg/hr of steam. The
steam is exp
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+1 for finding Nu relation for flat plate
+ 1/2 for finding h from Nu
+1/2 for relating surface temperature to q and h
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ME 433  Exam 2
1. You considering fuel choices for the heating plant for your small business. Pine bark from a
local lumber mill is available in a sufficient quantity to meet your needs. The asreceived pine
bark contains 10.0% moisture and 9.0% ash. Fro
ME 433
Exam 1  solution
1. (6 pts) Consider a wood chip fueled Rankine cycle 20MW electric power generation plant. The
overall efficiency of the power plant is 30% and the capacity factor of 80%. The asreceived
wood fuel is 45% carbon, has a higher hea
6. Roll flattening can be reduced by
decreasing the reduction per pass
reducing friction
increasing the roll stiffness( for example, by making it from materials with high modulus of
elasticity, such as carbides)
7.
ME 433
Homework 4  Solar energy 1
1. A four person household uses 25 gallons of hot water per person each day. Currently the water
is heated from 15C to 50C in a natural gas water heater. The cost of the natural gas is $4.00/
MBtu. The natural gas water
ME 433
Homework 7  Biofuels
1. Located in Kettle Falls, Washington, the Kettle Falls Generating Station began operation in
1983. The 53 MW power plant generates electricity via a Rankine steam cycle fueled by direct
combustion of wood waste with a 23% mo
ME 433
Homework 9  Wind energy 2
1. A small business uses 15,200 kWh monthly. To meet this need the business owner is
considering the purchase of a micro wind system. The wind turbine has a cutin wind speed of
5 mph, a cutout wind speed of 55 mph, and
ME 433
Homework 6  Biomass basics
1. Asreceived, poplar wood chips have higher heating value of 14.7 MJ/kg, a moisture content of
18%, and an ash content of 7%. The ultimate composition of the wood chips is 52% C, 6% H,
and 42% O on a dry ashfree basis
Homework 7
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ME 370
Fall 2016
Homework Assignment #5
Due: Monday, xxxxxxxxxxxx, via Blackboard before 8 am on the due date (Please submit a
PDF copy of your homework)
1. Strain gauge: A metallic strain gauge has a resistance of 350 at zero strain. The strain
gauge is
ME 370
Fall 2016
Homework Assignment #6
1. Uncertainty Analysis (problem 7.2 from the text): A mechanical engineer is asked to
design a cantilever beam to support a concentrated load at its end. The beam is of circular
section and has a length, l, of 6 ft
ME 370
Fall 2016
Homework Assignment #7
1. 1st Order System Sine Input (problem 6.3 from the text): A firstorder system with a time
constant equal to 10 ms is subjected to a sinusoidal forcing function with an input amplitude
equal to 8.00 V. When the in
ME 160: Mechanical Engineering
Problem Solving with Computer
Applications
Lecture 4:
Technical ProblemSolving and
Communication Skills
8/31/2016
1
Objectives
Understand the fundamental process to analyze and solve
engineering problems.
Report both a nu
Homework
The grade of your HW 2 is released in Bb
Solution and rubric of HW 2 is also in Bb
HW 3 is assigned and the due date is 10/17/2016
(Monday)
HW 3 is mainly about Chapter 5.3 and 5.4 of your
textbook (Wickert)
1
Mid Exam
The midterm exam will
HW 1 scores
Your HW 1 scores have been released on Bb
The solution and grading rubric can also be
found in Course Content/Homework folder
Please talk with TA first if you have any
questions regarding to the grading
The Tentative Course Schedule in Syl
ME 160: Mechanical Engineering
Problem Solving with Computer
Applications
Lecture 15:
MATLAB: 2D Plotting and While Loop
10/12/2016
1
Outline
2D Plotting
Intro to plot()
Other 2D Plotting Functions
Examples
While Loop
Intro to while
Rerun featu