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The document describes how to calculate the height of a freely falling body after a certain number of seconds using the formula height = 1/2 * gravity * time^2. It provides the heights for times of 1 through 8 seconds using an acceleration due to gravity (g) of 4.9 m/s^2. It then presents shortcuts for calculating the heights by approximating g to 5 m/s^2 and subtracting a correction factor rather than directly using 4.9 m/s^2.

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(1) The document describes a liquid level process in a tank where the rate of mass flow in equals the rate of mass flow out plus the rate of accumulation. (2) It finds the time constant T and recovery ratio R for the tank to be 5 minutes and 0.1768 ft3/min respectively. (3) For an impulse of 55 gallons, it plots the height response and flow rate response using Simulink with the height reaching a maximum of 1.205 feet, so the tank will not overflow.

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Overview of Single Source Shortest Path
Types of Single Source Shortest Path Algorithm
Representation of Single Source Shortest Path
Initialization
Relaxation
Implementation of Dijkstra's Algorithm
Does Dijkstra’s Algorithm Always Work?
Implementation of Bellman-Ford Algorithm
Negative Weight Cycles in Bellman-Ford Algorithm

chapter-1

The document summarizes key concepts in kinematics including displacement, velocity, acceleration, and motion under constant acceleration. It defines displacement as the difference between an object's initial and final positions, and average velocity as the displacement divided by the time elapsed. Acceleration is defined as the rate of change of velocity with respect to time. Examples are provided to demonstrate calculations of displacement, velocity, acceleration, and motion under gravity. Key equations of motion are also summarized.

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Chapter 2

The document provides information about uniformly accelerated motion along a straight line. It defines key terms like velocity, acceleration, displacement and equations of motion. Several examples are presented to demonstrate the use of equations to solve problems involving uniformly accelerated motion. Examples include calculating acceleration, distance traveled, time taken and velocities given information about an object's motion under constant acceleration along a straight path.

Me2202 engineering thermodynamics uq - nov dec 2013

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1. Calculations of the roof covering weight, gutter weight, and reinforcement weight.
2. Application of the triangle theorem to calculate angles of the sloped roof.
3. Use of the method of nodes to calculate forces at each node of the roof structure.
4. Summation of all component weights to calculate the total load and load per node.
5. Calculation of horizontal wind force and distribution to nodes.

Kinematics 2

This document discusses equations of motion for uniformly accelerated motion in a straight line. It provides five key equations:
1) Average velocity = (Final velocity + Initial velocity)/2 = Displacement/Time
2) Acceleration = (Final velocity - Initial velocity)/Time
3) Final velocity = Initial velocity + Acceleration x Time
4) Final velocity squared = Initial velocity squared + 2 x Acceleration x Displacement
5) Displacement = Initial velocity x Time + 1/2 x Acceleration x Time squared
It also states that the acceleration due to gravity near the Earth's surface is approximately 10 m/s2.

Che 171 video

(1) The document describes a liquid level process in a tank where the rate of mass flow in equals the rate of mass flow out plus the rate of accumulation. (2) It finds the time constant T and recovery ratio R for the tank to be 5 minutes and 0.1768 ft3/min respectively. (3) For an impulse of 55 gallons, it plots the height response and flow rate response using Simulink with the height reaching a maximum of 1.205 feet, so the tank will not overflow.

Single sourceshortestpath by emad

Overview of Single Source Shortest Path
Types of Single Source Shortest Path Algorithm
Representation of Single Source Shortest Path
Initialization
Relaxation
Implementation of Dijkstra's Algorithm
Does Dijkstra’s Algorithm Always Work?
Implementation of Bellman-Ford Algorithm
Negative Weight Cycles in Bellman-Ford Algorithm

chapter-1

The document summarizes key concepts in kinematics including displacement, velocity, acceleration, and motion under constant acceleration. It defines displacement as the difference between an object's initial and final positions, and average velocity as the displacement divided by the time elapsed. Acceleration is defined as the rate of change of velocity with respect to time. Examples are provided to demonstrate calculations of displacement, velocity, acceleration, and motion under gravity. Key equations of motion are also summarized.

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This document summarizes the analysis and design of an industrial roof truss system. It outlines the following steps that have been completed: 1) selection of the truss type, 2) load estimation, 3) analysis and design of purlins and sagrods, 4) dead and wind load analysis, 5) combination of loads to determine bar forces, 6) member design, 7) bracing design, 8) connection design, and 9) detailing. It then shows calculations for determining the joint loads at various points on the truss due to dead and wind loads.

Chapter 2

The document provides information about uniformly accelerated motion along a straight line. It defines key terms like velocity, acceleration, displacement and equations of motion. Several examples are presented to demonstrate the use of equations to solve problems involving uniformly accelerated motion. Examples include calculating acceleration, distance traveled, time taken and velocities given information about an object's motion under constant acceleration along a straight path.

Me2202 engineering thermodynamics uq - nov dec 2013

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Metalicas

This document provides calculations for the structural design of a metal roof. It includes:
1. Calculations of the roof covering weight, gutter weight, and reinforcement weight.
2. Application of the triangle theorem to calculate angles of the sloped roof.
3. Use of the method of nodes to calculate forces at each node of the roof structure.
4. Summation of all component weights to calculate the total load and load per node.
5. Calculation of horizontal wind force and distribution to nodes.

Kinematics 2

This document discusses equations of motion for uniformly accelerated motion in a straight line. It provides five key equations:
1) Average velocity = (Final velocity + Initial velocity)/2 = Displacement/Time
2) Acceleration = (Final velocity - Initial velocity)/Time
3) Final velocity = Initial velocity + Acceleration x Time
4) Final velocity squared = Initial velocity squared + 2 x Acceleration x Displacement
5) Displacement = Initial velocity x Time + 1/2 x Acceleration x Time squared
It also states that the acceleration due to gravity near the Earth's surface is approximately 10 m/s2.

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The document discusses uniformly accelerated motion, which is motion where the tangential acceleration is constant. It provides equations that relate the speed, distance, and acceleration of an object undergoing uniformly accelerated motion. Specifically, the speed and distance after a period of time can be determined based on the initial speed, acceleration, and time. The document also discusses applying these concepts to rigid bodies undergoing translational or rotational motion as well as the specific formulas for average acceleration and displacement.

caida libre

1. The time it takes for an ice cream to fall to the ground is 3.2 seconds.
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The document discusses kinematic equations that describe uniformly accelerated motion. It provides the equations for final velocity, displacement, and initial and final velocities as functions of acceleration, time, and initial velocity or displacement. Examples are included to demonstrate solving for final velocity and displacement given values for acceleration, time, and initial velocity. The kinematic equations can be used to analyze motion under constant acceleration.

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The document shows a table with the height and time for freely falling bodies. It explains that to calculate the height, you multiply the square of time by half the acceleration due to gravity (1/2g). It then provides some shortcuts for calculating the height by rounding the acceleration due to gravity to 5 m/s^2 and subtracting a small amount based on the square of time. This allows for an easier calculation of height compared to using the exact value of 4.9 m/s^2.

Uniformly accelerated motion

The document discusses uniformly accelerated motion, which is motion where the tangential acceleration is constant. It provides equations that relate the speed, distance, and acceleration of an object undergoing uniformly accelerated motion. Specifically, the speed and distance after a period of time can be determined based on the initial speed, acceleration, and time. The document also discusses applying these concepts to rigid bodies undergoing translational or rotational motion as well as the specific formulas for average acceleration and displacement.

caida libre

1. The time it takes for an ice cream to fall to the ground is 3.2 seconds.
2. The height of a building calculated using the kinematic equation is 500 meters.
3. The initial velocity of an object thrown in the air was 30 m/s and the time it was in the air was 3 seconds.

Curvature final

Curvature refers to how much a geometric object deviates from being flat or straight. It is a measure of the amount of curving or bending of a curve or surface. In calculus, curvature is defined as the rate of change of the direction of the tangent vector to a curve as it moves along the curve. Curvature plays an important role in physics and engineering, where it is used to describe concepts like gravitational acceleration and frictional forces.

Kinematic equations

The document discusses kinematic equations that describe uniformly accelerated motion. It provides the equations for final velocity, displacement, and initial and final velocities as functions of acceleration, time, and initial velocity or displacement. Examples are included to demonstrate solving for final velocity and displacement given values for acceleration, time, and initial velocity. The kinematic equations can be used to analyze motion under constant acceleration.

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This document discusses the calculation of shear forces at different points on a beam due to moving concentrated loads. It provides three conditions for calculating the change in shear force as loads move along the beam. As an example, it calculates the maximum shear forces at points C and D on a beam as 14 loads move across it from right to left. It is found that the maximum shear forces are 75.992 kN at point C and 111.94 kN at point D.

Pelton Wheel Turbine Part 2

Watch Video of this presentation on Link: https://youtu.be/bHKaPBgDk6g
For notes/articles, Visit my blog (link is given below).
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Uniformly accelerated motion

Uniformly accelerated motion

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Curvature final

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Kinematic equations

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Cee311(12&13)

Pelton Wheel Turbine Part 2

Pelton Wheel Turbine Part 2

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1. The document outlines a lesson plan on heat and temperature for an 8th grade science class. It includes objectives, materials, teacher and student activities, and a quiz assessment.
2. Students will conduct experiments comparing the heat transfer of oil and water. They will measure how temperature changes over time and calculate the heat absorbed.
3. The lesson aims to help students understand concepts of heat transfer and temperature change through hands-on experimentation and analysis of results.

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This document outlines the objectives, content, learning resources, and procedures for a lesson on electricity and magnetism. The learner will demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between electricity and magnetism in electric motors and generators. Specifically, the learner will describe the directions of electric and magnetic fields. The content will cover the unit on electricity and magnetism. Learning resources include textbooks on university physics, schaum's outlines on basic electricity, and a physics textbook. The procedures include an activity having students explore magnetism by making an electromagnet. Students will then analyze and apply their understanding of the electric field. They will be evaluated by answering exercises using point charges on a Cartesian plane.

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1) In the 19th century, mathematics underwent significant changes with a new emphasis on rigor, structure, and abstract concepts.
2) This included the development of non-Euclidean geometry which showed that Euclid's parallel postulate is independent of the other postulates of geometry.
3) Algebra evolved from a focus on symbols and arithmetic to studying mathematical structures in more abstract ways, such as in Boolean and quaternion algebras.

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2. Heredity and inheritance, including DNA, RNA, gene transmission from parents to offspring.
3. Biodiversity and evolution, covering classification of living things, analogous and homologous structures, relatedness between species, and evolution over time.
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This document is the table of contents for a science textbook on physics published by the Department of Education of the Philippines. It lists three modules that are included: Electricity and Magnetism, Electromagnetic Spectrum, and Light: Mirrors and Lenses. For each module, it provides an introduction, learning objectives, pre-assessment, reading materials and instructional activities, summary, and summative assessment. It also includes sections with glossaries of terms, references and links for additional resources. The document provides an overview of the concepts, examples, and exercises covered in the textbook to teach students key ideas in physics.

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This document outlines a lesson plan on electricity and magnetism for a 10th grade science class. It includes objectives to understand the relationship between electricity and magnetism in devices like motors and generators. Students will demonstrate how electricity is generated by movement of a magnet through a coil. The lesson content comes from university physics and basic electricity textbooks and includes an activity where students make electromagnets. They will analyze magnetic lines of force and generalize that like poles repel and opposite poles attract. Students will be evaluated through answering guide questions and assigned to prepare for an exam. The teacher's reflection asks about students' understanding of electric and magnetic fields after the lesson.

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The document shows a table with the height and time for freely falling bodies. It explains that to calculate the height, you multiply the square of time by half the acceleration due to gravity (1/2g). It then provides some shortcuts for calculating the height by rounding the acceleration due to gravity to 5 m/s^2 and subtracting a small amount based on the square of time. This allows for an easier calculation of height compared to using the exact value of 4.9 m/s^2.

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Syllabus
Chapter-1
Introduction to objective, scope and outcome the subject
Chapter 2
Introduction: Scope and Specialization of Civil Engineering, Role of civil Engineer in Society, Impact of infrastructural development on economy of country.
Chapter 3
Surveying: Object Principles & Types of Surveying; Site Plans, Plans & Maps; Scales & Unit of different Measurements.
Linear Measurements: Instruments used. Linear Measurement by Tape, Ranging out Survey Lines and overcoming Obstructions; Measurements on sloping ground; Tape corrections, conventional symbols. Angular Measurements: Instruments used; Introduction to Compass Surveying, Bearings and Longitude & Latitude of a Line, Introduction to total station.
Levelling: Instrument used Object of levelling, Methods of levelling in brief, and Contour maps.
Chapter 4
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Chapter 5
Transportation: Introduction to Transportation Engineering; Traffic and Road Safety: Types and Characteristics of Various Modes of Transportation; Various Road Traffic Signs, Causes of Accidents and Road Safety Measures.
Chapter 6
Environmental Engineering: Environmental Pollution, Environmental Acts and Regulations, Functional Concepts of Ecology, Basics of Species, Biodiversity, Ecosystem, Hydrological Cycle; Chemical Cycles: Carbon, Nitrogen & Phosphorus; Energy Flow in Ecosystems.
Water Pollution: Water Quality standards, Introduction to Treatment & Disposal of Waste Water. Reuse and Saving of Water, Rain Water Harvesting. Solid Waste Management: Classification of Solid Waste, Collection, Transportation and Disposal of Solid. Recycling of Solid Waste: Energy Recovery, Sanitary Landfill, On-Site Sanitation. Air & Noise Pollution: Primary and Secondary air pollutants, Harmful effects of Air Pollution, Control of Air Pollution. . Noise Pollution Harmful Effects of noise pollution, control of noise pollution, Global warming & Climate Change, Ozone depletion, Greenhouse effect
Text Books:
1. Palancharmy, Basic Civil Engineering, McGraw Hill publishers.
2. Satheesh Gopi, Basic Civil Engineering, Pearson Publishers.
3. Ketki Rangwala Dalal, Essentials of Civil Engineering, Charotar Publishing House.
4. BCP, Surveying volume 1

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