- For a given law of motion of a particle M find a location of a particle for a time t in sec), trajectory, velocuty tangential, normal and full acceleration For a given law of motion of a particle M find a location of a particle for a time t; (in sec), trajectory, velocuty, tangential, normal and full acceleration. سر بہ دن *...
- For a given law of motion of a particle M find a location of a particle for a time t in sec trajectory velocuty tangential normal and full acceleration For a given law of motion of a particle M find a location of a particle for a time t; (in sec), trajectory, velocuty, tangential, normal and full acceleration. سر بہ دن *...
- Use one example to illustrate the application of precipitation-hardened martensitic stainless steel and discuss the critical challenges in the future development of stainless steel as the production Use one example to illustrate the application of precipitation-hardened martensitic stainless steel and discuss the critical challenges in the future development of stai...
- The suspension of a modified baby bouncer is modelled by a model spring AP with stiffness, and a model damper BP with damping coefficient The seat is tethered to the ground and this tether is modeled The suspension of a modified baby bouncer is modelled by a model spring AP with stiffness, and a model damper BP with damping coefficient The seat is tethered to the grou...
- A NiCr heating wire is 2.5 mm in diameter and 30 cm in length It has a voltage of 10 V applied across it, while the outer surface of the wire is maintained at a constant temperature of 90°C Assume A NiCr heating wire is 2.5 mm in diameter and 30 cm in length. It has a voltage of 10 V applied across it, while the outer surface of the wire is maintained at a constant...
- Consider a pair of infinitely long parallel cylinders of the same diameter as shown in the figure A2 A1 Use the cross-strings method to determine the view factor Consider a pair of infinitely long parallel cylinders of the same diameter as shown in the figure: A2 A1 Use the cross-strings method to determine the view factor, F1-2, ...
- For a given law of motion of a particle M find a location of a particle for a time ti in sec trajectory velocuty tangential normal and full acceleration For a given law of motion of a particle M find a location of a particle for a time ti (in sec), trajectory, velocuty, tangential, normal and full acceleration. I 2 1 - 1/...
- Derive an analytical expression for the local height profile h x of the static meniscus formed when a liquid meets a vertical wall at a contact angle 0 = 60° as illustrated in the figure below Derive an analytical expression for the local height profile h(x) of the static meniscus formed when a liquid meets a vertical wall at a contact angle 0 = 60° as illustra...
- A microfluidic chip see figure below is designed to transport an incompressible fluid of viscosity u from reservoir A to B and C where chemical analysis is performed The device is made of A microfluidic chip (see figure below) is designed to transport an incompressible fluid of viscosity u from reservoir A to B and C where chemical analysis is performed. T...
- Draw the shear force and bending moment diagram for the beam in Figure Q2 Determine the magnitude and locations of the maximum shear force and moment Draw the shear force and bending moment diagram for the beam in Figure Q2. Determine the magnitude and locations of the maximum shear force and moment. 600 N 300 N/m 300 ...
- Draw the shear force and bending moment diagram for the beam in Figure Q2 Determine the magnitude and locations of the maximum shear force and moment Draw the shear force and bending moment diagram for the beam in Figure Q2.Determine the magnitude and locations of the maximum shear force and moment. 600 N 300 N/m 300 ...
- Draw the shear force and bending moment diagram for the beam in Figure Q2 Determine the magnitude and locations of the maximum shear force and moment. 600 N 300 N/m 300 N·m UTIIIII - В -1.5 m --0.75 Draw the shear force and bending moment diagram for the beam in Figure Q2. Determine the magnitude and locations of the maximum shear force and moment. 600 N 300 N/m 300 ...
- Steam initially is saturated at 250oC passed through a 12 cm steel pipe for a total distance of 200 m. The steam line is insulated with material having k = 10 W/m2-K and thickness of 6 cm Steam initially is saturated at 250oC passed through a 12 cm steel pipe for a total distance of 200 m. The steam line is insulated with material having k = 10 W/m2-K and ...
- Steam at 30 bar and 500°C enters a pass-out turbine at a rate of 18000 kg h-l The bulk of this steam is expanded isentropically to a condenser pressure of 0.03 bar but 32% is bled from the turbine a Steam at 30 bar and 500°C enters a pass-out turbine at a rate of 18000 kg h-l. The bulk of this steam is expanded isentropically to a condenser pressure of 0.03 bar, but ...
- Steam at 30 bar and 500°C enters a pass-out turbine at a rate of 18000 kg h-l The bulk of this steam is expanded is entropically to a condenser pressure of 0.03 bar but 32% is bled from the turbine Steam at 30 bar and 500°C enters a pass-out turbine at a rate of 18000 kg h-l. The bulk of this steam is expanded isentropically to a condenser pressure of 0.03 bar, but ...
- Steam at 30 bar and 500°C enters a pass-out turbine at a rate of 18000 kg h The bulk of this steam is expanded isentropically to a condenser pressure of 0.03 bar but 32% is bled from the turbine at Steam at 30 bar and 500°C enters a pass-out turbine at a rate of 18000 kg h! The bulk of this steam is expanded isentropically to a condenser pressure of 0.03 bar, but 32...
- Steam at 30 bar and 500°C enters a pass-out turbine at a rate of 18000 kg h The bulk of this steam is expanded isentropically to a condenser pressure of 0.03 bar but 32% is bled from the turbine at Steam at 30 bar and 500°C enters a pass-out turbine at a rate of 18000 kg h! The bulk of this steam is expanded isentropically to a condenser pressure of 0.03 bar, but 3...
- A steel pipe 5 m in length transmits superheated steam Inner diameter of the pipe is 100 mm and the external diameter is 110mm An insulation of thickness 30 mm is placed around the pipe A steel pipe, 5 m in length transmits superheated steam. Inner diameter of the pipe is 100 mm and the external diameter is 110mm. An insulation of thickness 30 mm is plac...
- Dropwise condensation of steam is achieved on a copper surface at 0.01 MPa Tsat = 45.81 °C.hre = 2392.1 kJ/kg, c = 4.178 kJ/kg.K The surface of copper is maintained at 40 °C and the steam is kept at Dropwise condensation of steam is achieved on a copper surface at 0.01 MPa (Tsat = 45.81 °C.hre = 2392.1 kJ/kg, c = 4.178 kJ/kg.K) The surface of copper is maintained at ...
- Hot steam at 100 °C enters to a condenser open to atmosphere and leaves the condenser hotwell at 40 °C. The coolant is seawater entering at 20 °C The total surface area of condensing surfaces is Hot steam at 100 °C enters to a condenser open to atmosphere and leaves the condenser hotwell at 40 °C. The coolant is seawater entering at 20 °C. The total surface area ...
- Find the temperatures at points A B and C. k = 80 W/m K Left side of the plate is at 80 °C, upper side is at 30 °C bottom side is at 35 °C and right side is at 20 °C 30°C 0.2 m 80 °C 20 "C 0.2 0 Find the temperatures at points A, B and C. (k = 80 W/m K) (Left side of the plate is at 80 °C, upper side is at 30 °C, bottom side is at 35 °C and right side is at 20 °C...
- The surface of a furnace wall is at a temperature of 1350oC The outside wall temperature is 42oC. The furnace wall is made of 25 cm of refractory material having a thermal conductivity of The surface of a furnace wall is at a temperature of 1350oC. The outside wall temperature is 42oC. The furnace wall is made of 25 cm of refractory material having a therm...
- Steam at 30 bar and 500°C enters a pass-out turbine at a rate of 18000 kg h The bulk of this steam is expanded isentropically to a condenser pressure of 0.03 bar but 32% is bled from the turbine at Steam at 30 bar and 500°C enters a pass-out turbine at a rate of 18000 kg h- The bulk of this steam is expanded isentropically to a condenser pressure of 0.03 bar, but 32...
- Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of finite element method over 5 conventional methods Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of finite element method over [5] conventional methods.
- Describe the physical meaning of boundary condition for a given DE in FEM Describe the physical meaning of boundary condition for a given DE in FEM
- Explain the term shape functions Why polynomial terms are preformed for shape functions in finite element methods Explain the term shape functions. Why polynomial terms are preformed for shape functions in finite element methods.
- Explain the term 'shear locking'as used in Timoshenko Beam theory. How this problem is overcome Explain the term shear lockingas used in Timoshenko Beam theory. How this problem is overcome.
- Explain the convergence criteria for isoparametric elements. Explain the convergence criteria for isoparametric elements.
- Explain two advantages of triangular elements over other elements Explain two advantages of triangular elements over other elements.
- Discuss the conforming and non conforming rectangular plate bending analysis Discuss the conforming and non conforming rectangular plate bending analysis.
- Write short notes on. i Mindlin's Co-continuity element Shear Locking Write short notes on. i) Mindlins Co-continuity element. ii) Shear Locking.
- Explain the iterative procedure of handling geometric non-linearity problems in structural analysis Explain the iterative procedure of handling geometric, non-linearity problems in structural analysis.
- Explain the iterative procedure of handling geometric non-linearity problems in structural analysis Explain the iterative procedure of handling geometric, non-linearity problems in structural analysis
- Derive the lumped element mass matrix for 1-D bar element Derive the lumped element mass matrix for 1-D bar element
- Find the natural frequencies of longitudinal vibration of the unconstrained stepped bar as shown in fig. 2 49.248.2 .29 stat Element1 Element Find the natural frequencies of longitudinal, vibration of the unconstrained stepped bar as shown in fig. 2 49.248.2 .29 stat Element1 Element (2) A A-2A HQ, >Q2Q3 124--*
- A Francis radial flow hydroturonner blade widths are rom. The wicket gates between 15° s radial flow hydroturbine is desianed with runner inlet radius r2 = 2.80 m and its radius A Francis radial flow hydroturonner blade widths are rom. The wicket gates between -15° s radial flow hydroturbine is desianed with runner inlet radius r2 = 2.80 m and i...
- A Francis radial flow hydroturonner blade widths are rom The wicket gates between 15° s radial flow hydroturbine is desianed with runner inlet radius r2 = 2.80 m and its radius A Francis radial flow hydroturonner blade widths are rom. The wicket gates between -15° s radial flow hydroturbine is desianed with runner inlet radius r2 = 2.80 m and i...
- A vertical channel 152 x 76 see Table A-7 has a cantilever beam bolted to it as shown in the figure below The channel is hot-rolled AISI 1018 steel The bar is of hot-rolled AISI 1035 steel A vertical channel 152 x 76 (see Table A-7) has a cantilever beam bolted to it as shown in the figure below. The channel is hot-rolled AISI 1018 steel. The bar is of hot-...
- Find instantaneous centers 34 at co - - - - - - il 16 at 0 - - TIVITIT. Circle diagrams Find instantaneous centers 34 at co - - - - - - il 16 at 0 - - TIVITIT. Circle diagrams
- Find instantaneous centers j15 34 at co 24 il16 at co 34 at co 12 в 45 56 C 66 14 6 Circle diagrams Find instantaneous centers j15 34 at co 24 il16 at co 34 at co 12 в 45 56 C 66 14 6 Circle diagrams
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- Determine the maximum average shear stress in pin A of the truss A horizontal force of P=40 kN is applied to joint C Each pin has a diameter of 25 mm and is subjected to double Determine the maximum average shear stress in pin A of the truss. A horizontal force of P=40 kN is applied to joint C. Each pin has a diameter of 25 mm and is subjected t...
- Determine the maximum average shear stress in pin A of the truss A horizontal force of P=40 kN is applied to joint C Each pin has a diameter of 25 mm and is subjected to double shear Determine the maximum average shear stress in pin A of the truss. A horizontal force of P=40 kN is applied to joint C. Each pin has a diameter of 25 mm and is subjected t...
- curvatul where at the angular Tv nergy Page 11 of 12 QA3 A brass sleeve S is fitted over a steel bolt B See Fig QA3 and mitted over a steel bolt B See Fig OA and the nut is tightened until it is curvatul where at the angular Tv nergy Page 11 of 12 QA3 A brass sleeve S is fitted over a steel bolt B (See Fig QA3) and mitted over a steel bolt B (See Fig OA) and the ...
- Find the locations of all instant centers Gear 3 ct 1 Gear 5 Find the locations of all instant centers. Gear 3 ct 1 Gear 5 bo
- Find the locations of all instant centers Gear 3 ct 1 Gear 5 Find the locations of all instant centers. Gear 3 ct 1 Gear 5 bo
- Explain the differences between fire-tube boilers and water-tube boilers with respet to the following: construction operation main mechanisms of heat transfer properties and uses of steam produced Explain the differences between fire-tube boilers and water-tube boilers with respet to the following: construction operation main mechanisms of heat transfer properties ...
- Construct a simple block diagram to show these major components of a steam production and power plant system in their correct sequence c A surface condenser is to be designed to condense Construct a simple block diagram to show these major components of a steam production and power plant system in their correct sequence. (c) A surface condenser is to be d...
- Let D be the three-dimensional solid enclosed by z2 = x2 + y2 z = 3 and satisfying 2 > 0. Suppose it is made out of a material whose density is given by S x y z = z where I > 0 is a constant Let D be the three-dimensional solid enclosed by z2 = x2 y2, z = 3 and satisfying 2 > 0. Suppose it is made out of a material whose density is given by S(x, y, z) = z wh...
- From the following block diagram derive the relationship between x1 x2 x3 and r d n Put the results in the matrix form XXX = Ard n where A is a 3x3 matrix From the following block diagram, derive the relationship between (x1, x2, x3) and (r, d, n). Put the results in the matrix form (XXX) = A(rd n), where A is a 3x3 matrix. (30%) X X