Brian Mutembei

The rigid beam rests in the horizontal position on two 2014-T6 aluminum cylinders having the unloaded lengths shown in the figure below. Each cylinder has a diameter of 30 mm. v_al = 0.35. (Figure 1) Determine the placement x of the applied 80-kN load so that the beam remains horizontal. Express your answer to three significant figures and include the appropriate units. What is the new diameter of cylinder A after the load is applied? Express your answer to five significant figures and include the appropriate units.

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<§1.4> Assume a color display using 10 bits for each of the primary colours (red, green, blue) per pixel and a frame size of 3840×1600 (widescreen)

a. What is the minimum size in bytes of the frame buffer to store a frame? b. How long would it take, at a minimum, for the frame to be sent over a 400 Mbit/s network? c. What bandwidth do you need (at a minimum) to transmit this data at 144 frames per second?(note that in a we are ignoring the fact …

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Structure module using Ansys (Individual Project) 1. Adopt or generate any structure like an aircraft wing, blade etc. 2. Mesh it with coarse, fine and very fine elements, 3. Analyze the model in a static structure. 4. Cover all aspects of static structure analysis 5. Generate your report7. in ANSYS 6. Finally, Make a report on it 7. All students must have an individual project. And submit your files along with the report

EXPERT ANSWER Solution: 1) Geometry of Aircraft wing: 2) Meshing in ANSYS: Meshing of the considered geometry is done in ANSYS. The hexagonal corrse mesh is generated as shown below. 3)Loading Conditions: A force of 1 N is applied in the direction shown below. The standard earth gravity is applied. As per the applied load …

Structure module using Ansys (Individual Project) 1. Adopt or generate any structure like an aircraft wing, blade etc. 2. Mesh it with coarse, fine and very fine elements, 3. Analyze the model in a static structure. 4. Cover all aspects of static structure analysis 5. Generate your report7. in ANSYS 6. Finally, Make a report on it 7. All students must have an individual project. And submit your files along with the report Read More »