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Robb Larson
Associate Professor
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

ETME360 Measurements and Instrumentation Applications

Spring Semester 20
14

Homework Assignments

HOMEWORK IS DUE 1 WEEK AFTER ASSIGNED UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
Links to Homework Solutions will be posted on this site after problems are
collected.
 
This site is maintained for students in ETME360 - "Measurements and Instrumentation Applications", Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Montana State University.
 
Accuracy is strived for but no guarantees are promised or implied. 
Please report any functional problems or solution errors to rlarson@me.montana.edu]

Assignment #1, 1/8/2014
Reading:  A. Wheeler & A Ganji, Introduction to Engineering Experimentation 3rd ed,
Read Chapters 1 and 2.
Homework Problem solutions 1.1, 1.4, 2.2, 2.3, 2.15, 2.31, 2.37  

DUE Wednesday 1/15/2014: Submit to the D2L Homework Assignment #1 Drop-box


 Assignment #2, 1/15/2014
Reading:  A. Wheeler & A Ganji, Introduction to Engineering Experimentation
3rd ed,
Read Ch 5 section 1 , and all of Chapter 6. 
Homework Problem solutions 6.3 ,6.43, 6.44, 6.49, 6.83   

DUE Wednesday 1/22/2013: Submit to the D2L Homework Assignment #2 Drop-box


Assignment #3, 1/22/2014
Reading:  A. Wheeler & A Ganji, Introduction to Engineering Experimentation
3rd ed,
Read Chapter 9 - focus on section 2.
(Topics of Chapter 9 support present and future lab exercises.
)
Homework Problem solutions eproblem 1, eproblem 2,   9.17, 9.24, 9.27

DUE Wednesday 1/29/2014: Submit to the D2L Homework Assignment #3 Drop-box


Assignment #4, 1/29/2014
Reading:  A. Wheeler & A Ganji, Introduction to Engineering Experimentation
3rd ed,
Read Chapter 7
Homework Problem solutions eproblem 3 solution, 9.20, 9.26, 9.28

DUE Wednesday 2/5/2014: Submit to the D2L Homework Assignment #4 Drop-box


Assignment #5, 2/5/2014
Reading:  A. Wheeler & A Ganji, Introduction to Engineering Experimentation
3rd ed,
Review Chapters 7, 9
Homework Problem solutions: eproblem 4 solution, 9.43, 7.1 and 7.3
 (note nomenclature difference in text from what I used in class: The book uses W's as uncertainty, I used the letter U. . . Same procedures apply though.)

DUE Wednesday 2/12/2014: Submit to the D2L Homework Assignment #5 Drop-box


TEST #1 (10%) is scheduled for Wednesday, February 12th, in the normal classroom. Coverage is inclusive of all material from lecture, reading, homework, and labs since the start of the term. Format is Closed Book, Closed Notes. Any required tables from the text will be provided in the test booklet. One page of reference material may be generated and used during the test. Remember to bring a calculator.


Assignment #6, 2/19/2014
Reading:  A. Wheeler & A Ganji, Introduction to Engineering Experimentation
3rd ed,
Read Chapter 8
Homework Problem solutions 8.1, 8.2, 8.4, 8.11, 8.16

DUE Wednesday 2/26/2014: Submit to the D2L Homework Assignment #6 Drop-box


Assignment #7, 2/26/2014
Reading:  A. Wheeler & A Ganji, Introduction to Engineering Experimentation
3rd ed,
Review Chapter 8
Homework Problem solutions Eproblem5Eproblem6, Eproblem7, 8.28

DUE Wednesday 3/5/2014: Submit to the D2L Homework Assignment #7 Drop-box


Assignment #8, 3/5/2014
Reading:  A. Wheeler & A Ganji, Introduction to Engineering Experimentation
3rd ed,
Review Chapter 8
Homework Problem solutions 8.24, 8.28, 8.47, 8.52

DUE Wednesday 3/19/2014: Submit to the D2L Homework Assignment #8 Drop-box


Assignment #9, 3/19/2014
Reading:  A. Wheeler & A Ganji, Introduction to Engineering Experimentation
3rd ed,
Review Chapters 8, 9
Homework Problems: eproblem 8a, eproblem 9a (note; these problem statements were updated on 3/20)

DUE Wednesday 3/26/2014: Submit to the D2L Homework Assignment #9 Drop-box


TEST #2 (10%) is scheduled for Friday, March 28th, in the normal classroom. Focus will be on the lecture, reading, homework, and lab material that has been introduced recently and was not covered in Test #1. Format is Closed Book, Closed Notes. You may bring the two-page strain gage handout provided earlier in the term, along with ONE page of reference material (cheat sheet.) Bring a calculator.


Assignment #10, 3/26/2014
Reading:  A. Wheeler & A Ganji, Introduction to Engineering Experimentation
3rd ed,
Review Chapters 9 (focus on Pressure Measurement topics) and read chapter 10
Homework Problems 9.7, 9.15, 10.2, 10.3, 10.15 ( These three chap. 10 problems delayed 1 week, and will be collected with additional problems as part of Assignment 11 below.)

DUE FRIDAY 4/5/2014 (not the usual Wednesday due date!) :
Submit to the D2L Homework Assignment #10 Drop-box


Assignment #11, 3/26/2014
Reading:  A. Wheeler & A Ganji, Introduction to Engineering Experimentation
3rd ed,
Review Chapter 10
Homework Problems 10.2, 10.3, 10.15, 10.26, 10.38, 10.44

DUE FRIDAY 4/11/2014
Submit to the D2L Homework Assignment #11 Drop-box


Assignment #12, 3/26/2014
Reading:  A. Wheeler & A Ganji, Introduction to Engineering Experimentation
3rd ed,
Review Chapter 10, Read Chapter 11
Homework Problems: Eproblem 10, Eproblem 11, 11.2, 11.4, 11.10

Due Wednesday 4/23/2014


Final Exam is tentatively scheduled for Thursday May 1, 6:00 - 7:50 PM. This schedule may cause some problems, which will be discussed Wednesday 4/16.

As with the previous tests, the format is Closed Book, Closed Notes. You may bring the previous two 'cheat sheet' reference pages, and also the two-page strain gage handout provided earlier in the term. Be sure to bring a calculator.

 

 
 
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