### Design Engineering (Working Stress; Length:Diameter Ratio)

2) Find the diameter and length of a mild steel end journal on which there is a load of 35 KN (shock loading). Assume a safe working stress of 40 MPa and a lengh:diameter ratio of 1.5

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2) Find the diameter and length of a mild steel end journal on which there is a load of 35 KN (shock loading). Assume a safe working stress of 40 MPa and a lengh:diameter ratio of 1.5

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Water is to be boiled at sea level in a 30-cm-diameter stainless steel pan placed on top of a 3-kW electric burner. If 60% of the heat generated by the burner is transferred to the water during boiling, determine the rate of evaporation of water. See Figure 2-39 attached. Please show steps.Thanks.

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Gasoline is pumped from the gas tank of an automobile to the carburetor through a 10 ft long, 1/4" diameter fuel line of steel tubing. The line has five 90 degree smooth bends with r/d of 6. The gasoline discharges through a 1/32" diameter jet in the carburetor to a pressure of 14 psia. The pressure in the tank is 14.7 psia.

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Create an nc part program for making the slot shown in the attachment.The cutter diameter is 3/16 inch. The starting point is (0,0) at 2 inches to the left and 2 inches below the lower left corner of the part. There is also an example with a fully worked out solution included in the attachments. Write also the apt geometry and

2) See attachment for diagrams for both questions. 1) Two water manometers are connected to a tank of air. One leg of the manometer is open to 100kPa absolute pressure while the other leg is subjected to 90kPa. Find the difference in deflection between both manometers, delta ha - delta hb. 2) The inclined differential

Sometimes the term centroid throws me for a loop. So, how would I set this problem up? I'm asked to determine the deflection of the tip of a beam and max direct stress and location for a 2000N load. Given load=2000N, on the tip of a 1m beam. Beam dimensions are H=80mm B=W=40mm and t=thickness of 1.5mm.

For the two degrees of freedom structure shown, what are the values of the modal ratios if m1 = m2 = m, k1 = k, and k2 = 3k See Attached for question and details.

A Mass-Spring-Damper is tested to determine the value of the viscous damping coefficient c. Assume k = 10 lb/ft and m = 2 slug. The vibrational amplitude is observed to decrease by 33% of its initial value after two consecutive cycles. What is the value of the viscous damping coefficient c? a. 0.9376 b. 0.8442 c. 0.779

Please solve showing your work, so that I may see what I'm leaving out.

In the an ideal turbo jet, the engine is designed such that the turbine work is divided equally between the compressor and the propeller. The gas from the turbine discharges to a nozzle for additional thrust. Consider such an engine where the air enters the diffuser at 200 m/s, 40 kPa, 240 K, and a flow rate of 40 kg/s. The comp

A car with a mass of 2,000. kilograms is moving around a circular curve at a uniform velocity of 25 meters per second. The curve has a radius of 80 meters. What is the centripetal force on the car? a. 625 N b. 703N c. 15,625 N d. 20,250 N

Consider the 2.0micrometer long GaAs device where the E-field is 5kV/cm and Mn*=.067M0. (a) Calculate the transit time of an electron through the device if the mobility is 8000 cm^2V-s. (b) The mean free path of an electron (average velocity x scattering time) is the average distance an electron travels between two consecu

Consider a bar of p-Si that is homogeneously doped to a value of 3x10^15 at T=300K. The applied electric field is zero. A light source is incident on the end of the semiconductor. The excess-carrier concentration generated at x=0 is deltap(0)=deltan(0)=10^13/cm^3. Neglect surface effects. Mun=1200/cm^2/Vs. Mup=400/cm^2/Vs.

The area of morecambe bar at high water is approx. 200km^2. At low water most of the bay is exposed sand. for this exercise, we could assume that on average the sand slopes evenly so that half way between high and low tide the area of water is 100km^2. The tidal range (between low and high tide) varies between 4m at neap tide

A player throws a ball with an initial velocity Vo of 15 m/s from a point A located 1.5 m above the floor. Knowing that the ceiling of the gymnasium is 6 m high, determine the highest point B at which the ball can strike the wall 18 m away. This problem was taken from the curvilinear motion of particles inside the kinematics

Womersly’s Problem: Plot some representative velocity profiles for the purely oscillatory flow of a Newtonian fluid in a long, rigid, straight pipe at various phases of the flow (3-4). For these plots, use the values of constants given below: Constants: Velocity (u): 105 cm/s Diamter (d): 2.23 cm Kinematic viscosit

Consider an ideal steam reheat and regenerative cycle where steam leaves a steam gen and enters a high pressure turbine at 3 Mpa and T=400 C and is extracted to an open feedwater heater at 0.8 Mpa. The remainder is reheated to 400 C at this pressure which flows to the low pressure turbine stage. The condenser saturation pressure

A diesel engine has air before compression at 280 K and 85 Kpa. The highest temperature is 2219 K and the highest pressure is 6 MPa. Find the volumetric compression ratio and the mean effective pressure using cold air properties at 300K.

A box beam made from an extruded aluminium ally having 5 414 mm wall thickness is loaded by an inclined force P=100 N, as shown in the figure. Determine the maximum stress on section a-b. For the box beam, use the centreline dimension for finding I. (Note that the stress is far away from the support where large local stress co