1.Using the SolidWorks model of the component, create a finite element model. There is a folder on Moodle containing the SolidWorks parts of the acrylic samples.2.Perform a finite element analysis of the component under the same load and boundary conditions as the experiment you designed.3.Demonstrate that the mesh is adequate for the analysis. Review the mesh convergence activities on Moodle for the procedure.4.Record the results of the finite e...Read More
Type several referenced equations that govern just the drilling process. Convert these equations to S Domain using Laplace Transforms. Ensure to label every symbol with their appropriate units as used in the equations in a table just after each set of equations describing a process. In one or two sentences, describe each process. Also attach a MATLAB script where you have typed these equations in time domain and in S domain. [Hint: some of the eq...Read More
Give a brief descriptions on the following: 1. Explain the three major fatigue life methods and their benefifit and limitations. 2. Discuss endurance limit with practical examples, also include endurance limit modifying factors. 3. Briefly explain with examples the meaning of stress concentration and notch sensitivity.Read More
Task: Part 1 – Lab Report During the practical sessions, a tensile test experiment will be carried on two samples. By taking the data of load vs. elongation, try to find out the following mechanical properties: • Yield strength • Ultimate Tensile Strength • Ductility • Modules of Elasticity Based on these outcomes, what mechanical product do you suggest to be made from each material, and give your reasons? Note: ...Read More
Question: Problem 1 (10 pts) An insulated piston-cylinder device contains 0.05 m3 of R-134a at 0.8 MPa and initially as a saturated vapor. The R-134a is then allowed to expand until the pressure drops to 0.4 MPa. If the specific entropy does not change during the process, determine the final temperature in ◦C and the work done in kJ.Problem 2 (10 pts) Consider a Carnot heat-engine cycle using water as the working fluid and operating in a clo...Read More
Question: 1. For undergraduate modules, a score above 40% represent a pass performance at honours level. 2. For postgraduate modules, a score of 50% or above represents a pass mark. 3. Modules may have several components of assessment and may require a pass in all elements. For further details, please consult the relevant Module Guide or ask theModule Leader. Section A The flanged shaft is supplied to you as an aluminium cast part with a 3 m...Read More
Question: The figure below shows a sling connected to two cantilever 250 Parallel Face Channel (PFC) welded on its 250mm wide face to rigid supports. The 250 PFC material has a yield strength of 250MPa. Space constraints restrict the joint area to extend only 150 mm in from the vertical surface of the rigid support, as shown in the figure (note the figure is not to scale). For a factor of safety of 2.5 and welding done using good practice with a...Read More
Question: To allow for unforeseen circumstances such as illness, work or family commitments, it is advisable that you aim to complete the assessment a few days before the due date. It is your responsibility to ensure that you factor in any time difference between Perth, Western Australia and your location when submitting assessments. Extension requests must be formally submitted by completing an extension request form and emailing the form to y...Read More
TASKSPart 1 1. Design the welded connection between the tower and the base plate. The lower section of the tower is constructed from 5 mm thick plate with a yield strength of 350 MPa. If the weld leg length exceeds 5 mm, appropriate gussets between the tower and base plate need to be added. Verify the effects of these gusset on the calculated size of the weld.2. Undertake design checks on each shaft in the gearbox for “worst case” lo...Read More
Task: There are 18 questions in full, however, only FOUR questions are for your coursework, which will be chosen (determined) by the computer (by the method of a random choice). There is no mark if you do the questions selected by yourself. 1. (a) Avoiding large errors, overflow and underflow. For 100 values of x over the interval [1014 , 1016], evaluate the following expression y = p 2x 2 + 1 − 1 and then develop a new expression w...Read More
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