Using SOLIDWORKS create 3D component and 2D engineering sketch of each part and assembly for the following machines.
1. Roller bracket
2. Spring-loaded safety valve
3. Adjustable bearing
4. Belt tensioner
MITS5502: Research Report
Software developer perceptions about software project failure: a case study
Cyber Security Assignment Help
Length:Maximum of 2000 words excluding title, contents and reference pages.
Development of solutions to address 5 key security issues (example: Wireless router, NAS server.,etc)
PROJECT TITLE: Measurement of Thermal conductivity
1. Join two different materials that have decent conduction heat transfer properties together, and setup an experiment that can measure the thermal conductivity for those two materials (when joined together) based on experimental results.
1. Give the five classes of fires and an example of each:
a. Class A -Ordinary Combustibles (Wood, paper)
b. Class B - Flammable Liquids (Oil, gasoline)
c. Class C - Energized Electrical Equipment (equipment connected to electrical source)
d. Class D - Metals (Potassium, sodium)
e. Class K - Fires involving cooking oils, combustible cooking media
LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT
For your chosen service (e.g. white board markers), identify two alternatives of getting the service (e.g. brand A, brand B). Choose the most environmentally friendly option by conducting life cycle assessment in GaBi. Alternatively, you can perform the LCA manually with known environmental impacts of components. Present the information in a report form as the first Part.
The assignment deliverables for the mousetrap powered device are as follows:
1. Design document [55%]: A complete set of reports for the device parts and assembly:
A design report that details (15%):
? Product design specification (PDS)
? Different concepts and their evaluation
? Manufacturing details and why they are selected (including techniques and processes
applied, off-the-shelf components, etc.). Also describe how these manufacturing
techniques may vary for large volume production.
? Cost analysis (including a complete cost breakdown of your device)
An analysis report that covers (25%):
? Strategy calculations - calculations proving your device will achieve the overall goal and
evidence of optimisation
? Structural load calculations - calculations showing the loads throughout the device and
individual components during operation (i.e. based on spring loads)
? Stress calculations – calculations of the critical stress(es) on critical component(s)
? Failure analysis calculations – calculations proving that critical components are strong
enough to survive the device operation.
SolidWorks 3D models (of parts and assemblies) and a complete set of manufacturing drawings –
fully dimensioned such that another device could be manufactured (15%)
2. Performance : In-class test of your group’s device in the final lecture during your
presentation. Marks will be awarded for the overall performance of your device based on the
following flow chart and the quality of your device’s operation:
A stream containing the following in mole fractions: 0.1 C1; 0.04 C2; 0.03 n-C3; 0.02 n-C4; 0.21 H2O; 0.2 n-C6; 0.2 n-C7 and 0.2 n-C8. The stream temperature is 25 C and pressure is 2000 kPa. Its flowrate is 360,000 kg/hr.