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Solved: Air Enters A Cooling Section At 97 KPa, 35°C, And 30 Percent Relative Humidity 6 M2/min, Where It Is Cooled Until The Moisture In The Air Starts Condensing. Determine The Temperature Of The Ai

Air enters a cooling section at 97 kPa, 35°C, and 30 percent relative humidity 6 m2/min, where it is cooled until the moisture in the air starts condensing. Determine the temperature of the air at the exit and the rate of heat transfer in the cooling section at a rate of

Solved: Use Von Neumann Stability Analysis To Study The Stability Of The Simple Implicit Scheme (BTCS) Applied To 0. Is Itunconditionally Unstable, Stable, Or Conditionally Stable? In Case Au Au 1-D W

Use von Neumann stability analysis to study the stability of the simple implicit scheme (BTCS) applied to 0. Is itunconditionally unstable, stable, or conditionally stable? In case au au 1-D wave equation ( +a at of conditional stability, what is the stability criterion?

Solved: Air In An Ideal Diesel Cycle Is Compressed From 4 L To 0.25 L, And Then It Expands During The Constant Pressure Heat Addition Process To 0.50L Under Cold Air Standard Conditions Determine The

Air in an ideal Diesel cycle is compressed from 4 L to 0.25 L, and then it expands during the constant pressure heat addition process to 0.50L Under cold air standard conditions determine the thermal efficiency of this cycle. Jiea: at a rate of

Solved: Problem 4 Determine The Center Of The Mass Of The Assembly Shown In The Figure. The Horizontal Base Plate Has A Mass: The Vertical Plate Has A Mass: 25kg/m, The Shaft Has A Density: 7.83M /m A

Problem 4 Determine the center of the mass of the assembly shown in the figure. The horizontal base plate has a mass: the vertical plate has a mass: 25kg/m, the shaft has a density: 7.83M /m All dimensions are in millimeters. 50 150 5 40 150 75 60-t-60- 25 100 150 Problem 5 For the beam shown, using the equilibrium approach obtain the following: 1) reactions at pin and roller, 2) V(x) and M(x

Solved: Figure Below Shows The Time Response Of The System Mechanical Figure Above To A Force In Step Of 8.5 N. Following The Analysis Of The System In The Figure Above A) Determine The Transfer Funct

Figure below shows the time response of the system mechanical figure above to a force in step of 8.5 N. Following the analysis of the system in the figure above a) Determine the transfer function X(s)/F(s) of the system and give the standard form of the latter. b) Based on the response of this system at 8.5 N, determine the , and parameters of the mechanical system. c) By combining the result

Solved: Problem 3 Calculate The Centroid Of The Shaded Area With Respect To The X-axis And To The Y-axis. 12 2 3. 5 2 2"

Problem 3 Calculate the centroid of the shaded area with respect to the x-axis and to the y-axis. 12 2 3. 5 2 2"

Solved: Problem 3 Calculate The Centroid Of The Shaded Area With Respect To The X-axis And To The Y-axis. 12 2 3. 5 2 2"

Problem 3 Calculate the centroid of the shaded area with respect to the x-axis and to the y-axis. 12 2 3. 5 2 2"

Solved: Problem 5 For The Given Second Order System, Find The Peak Time, Percent Overshoot, 2% Settling Time, Steady State Response, And Steady State Error. Plot U(t), Y(t) By Hand And Specify PO, Tp,

Problem 5 For the given second order system, find the Peak Time, Percent Overshoot, 2% Settling Time, Steady State Response, and Steady State Error. Plot u(t), y(t) by hand and specify PO, Tp, Ts V'ss ess on it ut) 2 400 G(S) 2S24S100 7

Solved: A) Compute The Total Pressure Drop If The Fluid Is Water. B) Computer The Total Pressure Drop If The Fluid Is Ethylene Glycol.

a) compute the total pressure drop if the fluid is water. b) computer the total pressure drop if the fluid is ethylene glycol. Consider a 20°C flow at 2.5 m/s through a smooth 3-mm diameter microtube which consists of a straight run of 10 cm, a long radius bend, and another straight run of 10 cm. For water, take p 998 kg/m3, kg/m3 glycol, take Kjam 0.5. and u 0.0010 kg/m s. For ethylene glycol, t

Solved: (a). Describe The Meaning Of Consumable And Non-consumable Electrodes, And Name The Type(s) Of Welding In Which They Are Used (b). With A Schematic Diagram, Explain The Principles Of GTAW Weld

(a). Describe the meaning of consumable and non-consumable electrodes, and name the type(s) of welding in which they are used (b). With a schematic diagram, explain the principles of GTAW welding (c). Sketch a schematic diagram of a typical good weld profile from a fusion welding, and also a weld profile containing (i) overlap (ii) porosity (d). Sketch a typical microstructure produce by FSW proc

Solved: A Power Plant Operates On A Regenerative Vapor Power Cycle With One Open Feedwater Heater. Steam Enters The First Turbine Stage At 12 MPa, 560°C And Expands To 1 MPa, Where Some Of The Steam I

A power plant operates on a regenerative vapor power cycle with one open feedwater heater. Steam enters the first turbine stage at 12 MPa, 560°C and expands to 1 MPa, where some of the steam is extracted and diverted to the open reedwater heater operating at i MPa. The re d through the second turbine stage to the condenser pressure of 50 kPa. Saturated liquid exits the open feedwater heat MPa. T

Solved: (HW 11 Problem 12.89 Review Part A The W8 X24 Simply Supported Beam Is Made Of A-36 Steel And Is Subjected To The Loading Shown. If M 3 Kip-ft And W- (Figure 1) Express Your Answer Wi Value Ac

(HW 11 Problem 12.89 Review Part A The W8 x24 simply supported beam is made of A-36 steel and is subjected to the loading shown. If M 3 kip-ft and w- (Figure 1) Express your answer wi Value Ac Request Answ Submit <Return to Assignment Figure 1 of 1 8 Part A If M 3 kip-ft and w 8 kip/ft. determine the deflection at its center C (Figure 1) Express your answer with the appropriate units. V

Solved: Steam Enters An Adiabatic Turbine At 8 MPa And 700 C With A Mass Flow Rate Of 3 Kg/s And Leaves At 1 MPa. The Isentropic Efficiency Of The Turbine Is 0.90. Neglecting The Kinetic Energy Change

Steam enters an adiabatic turbine at 8 MPa and 700 C with a mass flow rate of 3 kg/s and leaves at 1 MPa. The isentropic efficiency of the turbine is 0.90. Neglecting the kinetic energy change of the steam, determine (a) the temperature at the turbine exit and (b) the power output of the turbine. (Use the Steam Tables to determine properties of the H2O) 3.

Solved: (HW 11 Problem 12.87 Review Part A The W12 X 45 Simply Supported Beam Is Made Of A-36 Steel And Is Subjected To The Loading Shown. Suppose That P 13.8 Kip.E= 29(103) Ksi And I = 350 In (Figure

(HW 11 Problem 12.87 Review Part A The W12 x 45 simply supported beam is made of A-36 steel and is subjected to the loading shown. Suppose that P 13.8 kip.E= 29(103) ksi and I = 350 in (Figure 1) Determine the deflect Express your answer Value Request Submit Provide Feedback Figure 1 of 1 sOkie 12 12 W O Part A Determine the deflection of the beam at its center C Express your answer to thr

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<HW 11 Problem 12.84 Part A Review The W10 x15 cantilevered beam is made of A-36 steel and is subjected to the loading shown (Figure 1) Determine the displace Express your answer Value Ap Request A Submit Part B Determine the slope at B Express your answer with Figure 1 of 1 HA Value Submit Request Answ 60 Provide Feedback C II Part A Determine the displacement at B, if P 6 kip and P 5

Solved: (HW 11 Problem 12.40 Review Part A Consider The Beam Shown In (Figure 1). E- 29(10) Ksi And I 192 In Determine The Slope At A Of Th Express Your Answer Using VA 4 Request Answer Submit Part B

(HW 11 Problem 12.40 Review Part A Consider the beam shown in (Figure 1). E- 29(10) ksi and I 192 in Determine the slope at A of th Express your answer using VA 4 Request Answer Submit Part B Determine the deflection of end C Express your answer using thre Figure 1 of 1 Value 16 kip 13 kip 2 kip Submit Request Answer Provide Feedback 6 t 6 ft 6 ft O Part A Determine the slope at A of the b

Solved: (HW 11 Problem 12.21 Review Part A The Solid Circular Shaft Shown In (Fiqure 1) Has A Diameter Of 96 Mm. The Shaft Is Made Of Steel Having E 200 GPa Determine The Maximi Express Your Answer Va

(HW 11 Problem 12.21 Review Part A The solid circular shaft shown in (Fiqure 1) has a diameter of 96 mm. The shaft is made of steel having E 200 GPa Determine the maximi Express your answer Value max RequestA Submit Provide Feedback Figure 1 of 1 8 AN 6 AN- 6 kN m 1.3m L5 m AE 333 Mechanics of Materials MWF-1 dew Part A Determine the maximum deflection of the shaft Express your answer usin

Solved: (HW 11 Problem 12.6 Review Part A Determine The Equation (Figure 1) Express Your Answer In Pz 12EI 2 Previous Am Subm Answer Requested Part B Determine The Equation Of The Express Your Answer

(HW 11 Problem 12.6 Review Part A Determine the equation (Figure 1) Express your answer in Pz 12EI 2 Previous Am Subm Answer Requested Part B Determine the equation of the Express your answer in term Figure 1 of 1 ?? ??? Submit Request Answer Part C Specily the beam's maximum defler Express youur answer in terms of Part A Determine the equation of the elastic curve for the beam using the

Solved: Problem 9.13 P Review Determine The Equivalent State Of Stress On An Element If It Is Oriented 30° Clockwise From The Element Shown In The Figure Below. Use The Stress-transformation Equations

Problem 9.13 P Review Determine the equivalent state of stress on an element if it is oriented 30° clockwise from the element shown in the figure below. Use the stress-transformation equations. Suppose that Ty = 960 psi. (Figure 1) Ex Su Part E Figure 1 of 1 Determ Express 300 psi Txy T Submit X Inc Part C Part A Determine a- Express your answer to three significant figures and include t

Solved: A Concrete Pipe In A Sewer Duct Has A Diameter Of D= 0.6 M And A Slope Of 1 In 200. Using The Chezy Formula, Show That The Velocity Of Flow Will Be At A Maximum When The Depth Of Flow H= 0.81

A concrete pipe in a sewer duct has a diameter of D= 0.6 m and a slope of 1 in 200. Using the Chezy formula, show that the velocity of flow will be at a maximum when the depth of flow h= 0.81 D.

Solved: You Are An Engineer Working For A Multinational Company, Manufacturer Of Air, And Is Developing The Technical Documentation For A New Model. In The Tests Carried Out, The Following Values: O S

You are an engineer working for a multinational company, manufacturer of air, and is developing the technical documentation for a new model. In the tests carried out, the following values: o Supply voltage: 110 V o Rated current: 5 A o Rejected heat flow to the external environment: 5000 W The figure below illustrates the proposed problem: To complete the documentation, how would you rate the he

Solved: 14.4-6 The 10-kg Block A Is Released From Rest 10m A-5kN/m 1. What Is The Maximum Compression X Of The Spring When The Block Momentarily Stops Assuming The Frictionless Surface. 2. What Is The

14.4-6 The 10-kg block A is released from rest 10m A-5kN/m 1. What is the maximum compression x of the spring when the block momentarily stops assuming the frictionless surface. 2. What is the maximum compression x of the spring when the block momentarily stops if the kinetic coefficient of friction is 0.1

Solved: 14.1-3 The 100 Kg Crate, Initially At Rest At A, Is Being Pulled By A Cable With The Constant Force Of 100 N Applied At Constant Angle Of 30° From The Horizontal 3 6m 2m- 6 M 1. What Is The Wo

14.1-3 The 100 kg crate, initially at rest at A, is being pulled by a cable with the constant force of 100 N applied at constant angle of 30° from the horizontal 3 6m 2m- 6 m 1. What is the work done by F when the crate moves from A and B? 2. What is the speed of the crate at B?

Solved: 1. A Railway Wagon Weighing 50 KN And Moving With A Speed Of 10 Km/hr Has To Be Stopped By Three Buffer Springs In Which The Maximum Compression Allowed Is 22 Cm. Find The Number Of Turns Or C

1. A railway wagon weighing 50 kN and moving with a speed of 10 km/hr has to be stopped by three buffer springs in which the maximum compression allowed is 22 cm. Find the number of turns or coils in each spring of mean diameter 140 mm. The diameter of spring wire is 20 mm. Take G as 80 x 103 MN/m2. Also find the shear stress. [3] 1. A railway wagon weighing 50 kN and moving with a sp

Solved: 13.6 The 1 Ke Cylinder C Travels Along The Circular Path Shonn Below. The Amm OA Is Rotating Counterclockwise Nith A Constant Angular Velocity Of 2 Rad's. The Spring Has A Stiffness Of 200 Nm

13.6 The 1 ke cylinder C travels along the circular path shonn below. The amm OA is rotating counterclockwise nith a constant angular velocity of 2 rad's. The spring has a stiffness of 200 Nm and is unstreched when e is 40. The ize of the cylinder is small it is assme as a point mass. The gravity acts dowmward ee 1 What the spring force? 2. What is the radial acceleration? 3, What is the transver

Solved: 13.5 A Car, Having A Mass Of 2000 Kg, Travels Along A Banked Track With Radius Of Curvature Of 100 M. The Coefficient Of Static Friction Is 0.2 And The Coefficient Of Kinetic Fraction Is 0.1 1

13.5 A car, having a mass of 2000 kg, travels along a banked track with radius of curvature of 100 m. The coefficient of static friction is 0.2 and the coefficient of kinetic fraction is 0.1 1. The maximum speed at which the car can travel around the track without sliding up the slope. 2. The minimum speed at which the car can travel around the track without sliding up the slope. Answer the follo

Solved: If Rod AB Shown In Figure Q1, Is Rotating With An Angular Velocity ?AB= 3 Rad/s, Determine The Angular Velocity Of Rod BC At The Instant Shown. Solve Using The Method Of Instantaneous Center A

If rod AB shown in Figure Q1, is rotating with an angular velocity ?AB= 3 rad/s, determine the angular velocity of rod BC at the instant shown. Solve using the method of instantaneous center and graphical method 1. If rod AB shown in Figure Q1, is rotating with an angular velocity oAB 3 rad/s, determine the angular velocity of rod BC at the instant shown. Solve using instantaneous center and g

Solved: Are Positive If In Tension, Negative If In Compression 2.2 A E A 2.1 L 2.8 L Find Answers AE = L BE BE -3.365 BF = CE = 3.077 FCE

are positive if in tension, negative if in compression 2.2 a E a 2.1 L 2.8 L find Answers AE = L BE BE -3.365 BF = CE = 3.077 FCE

Solved: What Is The Mechanical Test Of Iron?? Please Explain I Torsion Test .Charpy V-Notch Impact Test Bend Test Hardness Test

mechanical test of iron What is the Mechanical test of Iron?? Please explain I Torsion test .Charpy V-Notch Impact test Bend test Hardness test

Solved: 4. (15 Points) The Pin-connected Structure Shown Below Consists Of A Rigid Beam ABCD And Two Supporting Bars. Bar (1) Is Brass (oyield 330 MPa, E 105 GPa) With A Cross-sectional Area Of 2.90 C

Please show all steps and work clearly so I will rate thumbs up. 4. (15 points) The pin-connected structure shown below consists of a rigid beam ABCD and two supporting bars. Bar (1) is brass (oyield 330 MPa, E 105 GPa) with a cross-sectional area of 2.90 cm. Bar (2) is an aluminum alloy (oyield 275 MPa, E= 70 GPa), with a cross-sectional area of 6.50 cm. All bars are unstressed before the lo

Solved: 2. (15 Points) Rigid Beam ABC Is Pulled Downward By Force Q (magnitude 100 KN). Cables BD And CE Are Made Of ASTM-A709 (Grade 345) Steel, And Each Have A Cross-sectional Area Of 200 Mm2. Find

Please show all steps and work clearly so I will rate thumbs up. 2. (15 points) Rigid beam ABC is pulled downward by force Q (magnitude 100 kN). Cables BD and CE are made of ASTM-A709 (Grade 345) steel, and each have a cross-sectional area of 200 mm2. Find the final displacement of point C D E P:T eso10)1 7 2 m 10 Gxo B A 1(0oe2 772(256x10 n 1 m

Solved: 1. The Zero Shear Rate Viscosity (no) Of A High Molecular Weight Of PE/PP Block Copolymer (non- Newtonian Fluid) At 178°C Is 25000 Pa-s (250000 Poise). The Activation Energy Of The PE/PP Block

1. The zero shear rate viscosity (no) of a high molecular weight of PE/PP block copolymer (non- Newtonian fluid) at 178°C is 25000 Pa-s (250000 poise). The activation energy of the PE/PP block copolymer is 5580 cal/g mol (Ta178°C and n 25000 Pa-s) a) Calculate the viscosity of PE/PP block copolymer at two different temperature Ti-200°C and T 250° C. Use Arrhenius equation given in Lecture

Solved: A Cylinder (with A Diameter Of 24cm, A Length Of 140cm, A Mass Of 65kg, A Thermal Conductivity Of 0.47W/mK, And Thermal Diffusivity Of 0.13 X 10^-6 M2/s) Is Initially At 37C. It Is Suddenly Ex

A cylinder (with a diameter of 24cm, a length of 140cm, a mass of 65kg, a thermal conductivity of 0.47W/mK, and thermal diffusivity of 0.13 x 10^-6 m2/s) is initially at 37C. It is suddenly exposed to a convective environment with a temperature of -6C and a convective heat transfer coefficient of 22W/m2K. How many seconds will it take for the center of the cylinder to reach 4C?