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T207 exam equations

T207 exam equations 2018

Change in thermal energy (B4P19)(pdf P811) ... m = Mass, c = Specific heat capacity of the material, Ĉ†T = Change in temperature Ĉ†Q = mcĈ†T
Linear model of thermal expansion (B1p88)(PDFp88) ... X = Dimension, ΔT = Change in temperature, α = Linear temperature coefficient Ĉ†X = X-X_0 = X_0αĈ†T
Bernoulli's equation (B4p111)(PDFp903) … Ev=Energy per unit volume, p=Pressure, ρ=Density, v=Speed, g=Gravity, h=Height Ev=p+0.5ρv^2+ ρgh
Magnetic force (B3b2p23)(PDFp639) ... B=Magnetic flux density, I=current, l=length, θ=Angle current makes with magnetic field F=BIl sinθ
Newton’s second law of motion (Precise) (B3b1p81)(PDFp545) ... d(mv) = Rate of change of momentum, dt = Rate of change of time F = d(mv)/dt
Newton’s second law (Simple) (B3b1p81)(PDFp545) ... F = Force, m = Mass, a = Acceleration F = ma
Frictional Force (B3b1p117)(PDFp581) ... F=Force, µ=Coeffiecient of friction, R=Reaction force F=µR
Aero drag equation (B3b2p92)(PDFp708) ... FD = Drag force, ρ = Density, v = Speed, C_D = Drag coefficient, A = Wing area FD=(0.5ρv^2)C_D A
Aero Lift equation (B3b2p91)(PDFp707) ... FD = Drag force, ρ = Density, v = Speed, C_L = Lift coefficient, A = Wing area FD = (0.5ρv^2)C_L A
Thin Ring or thin walled hollow cylinder (B3b1p100)(PDFp564) … m = mass, r = radius I = Σmr^2
Moment of inertia of a thick Ring or thin walled hollow cylinder (B3b1p100)(PDFp564) … m = mass, r_o = radius outer, r_i = radius inner I = 0.5m(r_o^2+r_i^2)
Archand Wear Equation (B4p153)(PDFp945) … k = Wear coefficient, Q = Measured volume of material worn, per metre of sliding distance, H = Hardness of the softer surface, W = Normal load k = QH/W
Fracture Mechanics Equation (B5b2p52)(PDFp1202) … σ = Stress, a = Crack length, Y = E.g. Long edge crack in a finite-width plate etc. K₁= Yσ√(πa)
Fracture Toughness (B2b2p77)(PDFp367) … G_c = Toughness, E = Young's modulus, a_c = Critical crack length K_c = √(EG_c) = σ√(πa_c)
Total Kinetic Energy (B4p17)(PDFp808) … (Sum of trans’l and rot’l kinetic energies), m = Mass, v = Speed, I = Moment of inertia, ω = Angular speed K_total = 0.5mv² + 0.5Iω²
Natural Log of Arrhenius's Law (B1p113)(PDFp113) … r = Rate, Ea = Activation energy, k = Boltzmann constant, T = Temperature (y=mx + c) ln r = (-Ea/k)1/T + lnr_o
Mass Flow Rate (B4p112)(PDFp903) … ρ = Density, v = Speed, A = Area m = ρvA
Engineers Bending Equation (B4p112)(PDFp903) … M = Bending moment, I = Second moment of area, σ = Stress, y = distance, E = Young's modulus, R = Radius of curvature M/I = σ/y = E/R
Power – Linear (B3b1p106)(PDFp570) … F = Force, v = Velocity P = Fv
Electrical Power (B3b2p36)(PDFp651) … I = Current, V = Voltage P = IV
Power - Rotation (B3b1p106)(PDFp570) … Γ = Torque, ω = Angular speed P = Γω
Power Lost to Heat (B3b2p47)(PDFp662) … I = Current, R = Resistance Ptherm = I^2R
Volumetric Flow Rate (B4p112)(PDFp903) … v = Speed, A = Area Q = vA
Arrhenius's Law (B1p107)(PDFp107) … r = Rate, Ea = Activation energy, k = Boltzmann constant, T = Temperature r = r_o exp(-Ea/kT)
Kinematic Equations for Rectilinear Motion (B3b1p31)(PDFp495) … s = Distance, u = Initial speed, a = Acceleration, t = Time s = ut + 0.5at^2
Period of Oscillation (B3b1p42)(PDFp506) … T = Time, ω = Angular speed T = 2π/ω
Homologous Temperature (B5b2p77)(PDFp1226) … T = Operating temperature, T_m = Melting point, (If TH value is above 0.4Tm then creep will occur) T_H = T/T_m
Gravitational Potential Energy (B4p17)(PDFp808) … m = Mass, g = Gravity, h = Height U_grav = mgh
Tangential Speed (B3b1p18)(PDFp482) … r = Radius, ω = Angular speed v = rω
Kinematic Equations for Rectilinear Motion (B3b1p31)(PDFp495) … v = Final speed, u = Initial speed, a = Acceleration, t = Time v = u + at
Kinematic Viscosity (B4p164)(PDFp955) … η = Dynamic viscosity, ρ = Density v = η/ρ
Kinematic Equations for Rectilinear Motion (B3b1p31)(PDFp495) … v = Final speed, u = Initial speed, a = Acceleration, s = displacement v^2 = u^2 +2as
Acceleration – Rotational (B3b1p106)(PDFp570) … dω = Change in angular speed, dt = Change in time α = dω/dt
Shear Drag Torque due to the Shear Force (B4p117)(PDFp908) … (Linked to Petrov's Equation by P = Γω ) η = Dynamic viscosity, r = Shaft radius, L = Axial bearing length, ω = Shaft speed, C_r = Radial clearance Γ = 2πηr³Lω/C_r
Torque Second Law (B3b1p106)(PDFp570) … I = Moment of inertia, α = Angular acceleration Γ = Iα
Motor Torque (B3b2p37)(PDFp652) … Γ_s = Stall torque, ω = Angular speed, ω_n = No load speed Γ = Γ_s(1 - ω/ω_n)
Strain Equation (B2b2p63)(PDFp355) … ε = Strain, Δl = Extension, l = Original length ε = Δl/l
Thermo-dynamic Efficiency (B4p24)(PDFp815) … T_1 = Temperature in, T_2 = Temperature out η = 1 - (T_2/T_1)
Motor Efficiency Equation (B3b2p47)(PDFp662) … P_out = Power out, P_in = Power in η = P_out/P_in
Angular Displacement (B3b1p29)(PDFp493) … ω = Final angular speed, ω_i = Initial angular speed, α = Angular acceleration θ = (ω² - ω_i²)/2α
Net Displacement (B3b1p27)(PDFp491) … ω = Angular speed, t = Time θ = ωt
Toughness (B2b2p77)(PDFp367) … G_c = Toughness, E = Young's modulus, a = Crack length σ = √EG_c/πa
Stress Equation (B2b2p63)(PDFp353) … σ = Stress, F = Force, A = Area σ = F/A
Hoop Stress in a Thin Cylinder … p = Pressure, r = Radius, t = Wall thickness σ_hoop = pr/t
Hall-Petch Equation … σ_t = Strength, σ_0 = Constant for a given material, K = Constant for a given material, d = Grain Size σ_t = σ_₀ + kd^(-1/2)
Shear Stress (B4p162)(PDFp953) … τ = Applied shear stress, G = Shear modulus of the material, γ = Shear strain τ = Gγ
Shear Stress (B4p163)(PDFp954) … τ = Applied shear stress, η = Coefficient of dynamic viscosity, dγ/dt = Rate of shear strain τ = η dγ/dt
Angular Speed (B3b1p29)(PDFp493) … ω_i = Initial angular speed, α = Angular acceleration, t = Time ω = ω_i + αt
Bending moments. (B2b1p32)(PDFp166) ... W=point load, L= distance between supports V_A and V_B, a= distance between V_A and W, similar for b V_A = (Wb)/L and V_B = (Wa)/L
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