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Question 41210

posted 1 years ago

If a = 5, determine (a) X and (b) Ixx

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Question 36412

posted 1 years ago

Draw the followings views (all of them in mm):

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Question 35157

posted 1 years ago

(a) Draw the isometric view of the part shown (based on the given views),use the isometric grid provided. Each square on the drawing is equal to each isometric square on the grid.
(b) Similar to question in part (a) draw the isometric view for the part given.Isometric grid is provided for guidance.
Use graphing paper as it's a hand drawing assignment. You can use online graphing paper if that's what you prefer; however, need to mention the scale and the dimensions in the drawing....

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Question 31965

posted 1 years ago

2. A cam, with a minimum radius of 25 mm, rotating clockwise at a uniform speed is to be designed to give a roller follower, at the end of a valve rod, motion described below :
1. To raise the valve through 50 mm during 120° rotation of the cam;
3. To lower the valve during next 120°; and
2. To keep the valve fully raised through next 30°B
4. To keep the valve closed during rest of the revolution i.e. 90° ;

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Question 31966

posted 1 years ago

The diameter of the roller is 20 mm and the diameter of the cam shaft is 25 mm. The displacement of the valve, while being raised and lowered, is to take place with simple harmonic motion.
a) Draw the profile of the cam when, the line of stroke of the valve rod passes through the axis of the cam shaft, and
b) Determine the maximum acceleration of the valve rod when the cam shaft rotate sat 100 r.p.m.
c) Draw the displacement, the velocity and the acceleration diagrams for one complete revolution of the cam.

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Question 4192

posted 1 years ago

3) place into state apace Form
2) solve For the appropriate equations of f state
) Draw complete bond graph

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Question 9772

posted 1 years ago

energy of the ball-Earth system remains constant, show that the tension in t he string at the bottomis greater than the tension at the top by six times the weight of the ball. Note that the radius ofthe cirde doeN not affect this answer.
A ball is swung in a vertical circle at the end of a string. Assuming that the total

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Question 14198

posted 1 years ago

Sketch the isometric projection and the orthographic projections of the object below.Properly dimension each sketch. All dimensions shown are in inches. On your paper, 1 drawing unit represents 0.125".

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Question 17994

posted 1 years ago

Draw In the dimensioning for each of the three remaining orthographic projections. Follow the rules that were highlighted In class. NEATNESS COUNTS! For these drawings, text height Is equal to 1 box of the grid. Dimension by putting W for width,L for length, and H for height.

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Question 17859

posted 1 years ago

On engineering or graph paper, draw by hand the top, front, and right-side view for each block. Include the respective labels: "Top view", "Front view" or "Side view".Please be consistent with your labeling.
Please remember to always submit your work in a professional manner. This is expected in the profession (real world). Hence, please pay attention to the final appearance of your work (Points may be deducted if the student fails to satisfy this requirement):
2) In addition, make sure that your orthographic projections are sized correctly.
1) Make sure to align the orthographic projections for each block as discussed in class.

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