TYPES OF SUPPORT The three types of beam supports typically used by engineers are roller, pinned, and fixed connections. The roller connection (see figure 1a) allows the beam to rotate freely in any direction, and the beam is free to move or translate in the x direction; thus no x component of the force on the beam can be transferred to the support. Therefore, the reaction at the support is a vertical force. The pinned connection resists (see figure 1b) translation of the beam in any direction,
Material Sustainability credentials and issues of the material In this experiment we used limestone aggregate, recycle glass aggregate, fine agg(sand), cement and water. These materials were mixed in measured amount to produce concrete. The ratio of water to cement in a mix design helps determine the strength of the concrete. A concrete with a low water to cement ratio will have a higher strength than a mixture with a higher water to cement ratio. in this process some free lime is also liberated
Materials Assignment Task 1 a) 4 metals – Stainless Steel, Copper, Lead, Aluminium 4 non-metals – Oak, Polystyrene, Glass, Rubber b) * Metals are better thermal and electricity conductors compared to most non-metals. * In general metal is also a harder material however in some cases both metals and non-metals can be recycled. * Some metals have magnetism whilst all non-metals do not. * In general metals have a higher resistance to acids, alkalis and solvents.
Engineering materials – Assignment 1 Carburettor Desirable properties A carburettor controls the mix of gasoline and air – creating a highly combustible mixture, it regulates the ratio of air and fuel and controls the engines speed. The Carburettor must be corrosion resistant to fuel and air. This rule out steel. The carburettor is not subject to extremely fast movements and has no excessively accurate dimensions so can therefore be made cheaply. The carburettor material should not easily expand
Professor, Mr. Mitchell MATERIAL AND PROCESSES • LEAN MANUFACTURING- production practice, eliminates waste, Derived from Toyota, • improves outﬂow efﬁcacy, preserves value with less work. JUST IN TIME PRINCIPLE- reduction of inventory, dedicated lines, certiﬁed suppliers, preventative maintenance, reduce/ eliminate inspection, lot size reduction, kariban (pull) system, quality at the source, kaizen- continuous improvement, teams, motivation, standardization, cross training. ELIMINATION OF WASTE-
BRM ASSIGNMENT-I MATERIALS MANAGEMENT Submitted By Divyanshu Singh 211044 INTRODUCTION Materials management can deal with campus planning and building design for the movement of materials, or with logistics that deal with the tangible components of a supply chain. Specifically, this covers the acquisition of spare parts and replacements, quality control of purchasing and ordering such parts, and the standards involved in ordering, shipping, and warehousing the said parts OBJECTIVE
Shaping by wasting Shaping by wasting means cutting away material to leave the desired shape. It gets its name because the material which is removed is usually thrown away. Shaping by wasting can be done on any type of material. Shaping by wasting which can be done by hand Process | Wood | Metal | Plastics | Cutting straight lines | Tenon saw (dovetail saw for fine work) | Hacksaw (junior hacksaw for small work) | Hacksaw (junior hacksaw for small work) | Cutting curved lines | Coping saw
Spring 2015 Project Deliverables Team Name: __________________________________________________ Group Members: _____________________________________________________________________ Project schedule and requirements General – 30 points Project identification and selection |Executive summary. A one-page document summarizing the overall project. |Points Possible |25 | |Table of Contents.
English Language Programs – Academic English Program Level 5 – Upper-Intermediate Unit 6: Megacities Text China May Finally Let Its People Move More Freely By Dexter Roberts on March 15, 2012 Hundreds of millions of Chinese live in China’s biggest cities as second-class citizens, with no access to social benefits and limited ties to the areas in which they work. Their situation leads to unhappiness, lower consumption, and lost productivity. The culprit: China’s household registration—or
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