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Why the Balance Principle Should Replace the Reynolds Transport Theorem
The finite control volume equations for mass, momentum, and energy are important topics in introductory fluids mechanics courses for engineering students. In most contemporary U. S. textbooks these equations are derived...
Investigating Impulse Loading Using Model Rocketry
A project is presented that uses experimentally determined thrust data for a commercial model rocket engine to investigate impulse loading relations. Certain model rocket engines approach impulse loading; completely...
A Statics Skills Inventory
Engineering faculty recognize the value of assessment instruments to measure student learning and to evaluate changes in teaching. As a result, a number of engineering subject assessment instruments formulated as...
A Teaching Tool for Design and Analysis of Cam and Follower Mechanisms
A purely analytical method for force analysis of one degree-of-freedom planar frictional tree-like mechanisms (which constitute a large fraction of planar mechanisms) has been developed herein. The method includes...
Statics and Dynamics Projects Emphasizing Introductory Design and Manufacturing
This paper describes in detail 4 major projects undertaken by mechanical engineering students in an abbreviated laboratory (lab) component of a combined statics and dynamics course, often taken by sophomores. For each...
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