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Robb Larson
Associate Professor
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
ETME360 Measurements and Instrumentation Applications
Summer 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.
Only one or two randomly selected homework problems from each set will be evaluated.
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, 6/24/2014
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 Tuesday 7/1/2014: Submit to the D2L Homework  #1 Drop-box{Grades and Feedback have been posted on D2L.}


Assignment #2, 6/24/2014
Reading:  A. Wheeler & A Ganji, Introduction to Engineering Experimentation
3rd ed,
Read  Chapter 6.

Assignment #3, 6/25/2014
Reading:  A. Wheeler & A Ganji, Introduction to Engineering Experimentation
3rd ed,
Read Chapter 7.

Assignment #4, 7/1/2014
Reading:  A. Wheeler & A Ganji, Introduction to Engineering Experimentation
3rd ed,
Read Chapters 3, 4, 5 section 1, and chapter 9.
 (This is a long reading assignment, spread it out over the next week!)
Homework Problem solutions 6.43, 6.44, 6.49, problem 1 handout,  9.17, 9.24, 9.27
DUE Tuesday 7/8/2014: Submit to the D2L Homework  #2 Drop-box

ANNOUNCEMENT: Test #1 Scheduled for Tuesday July 8th, 11:15 AM.
Coverage is inclusive of reading, homework, labs to date.
Closed book, no notes except that 1 page of reference material (e.g. a "cheat sheet") may be used.

Assignment #5, 7/9/2014
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 7/16/2014: Submit to the D2L Homework  #3 Drop-box 


Note on homework problems distributed in class - please submit to drop boxes as follows: 

Pyrometry submit your solution to Homework #4 Dropbox

Strain Gage Cube submit your work to HW #5 Dropbox 

Strain Gage Rosette to HW #6 Dropbox 

Torsion Measurement to HW#7 Dropbox

(Solution methods and solutions were covered in class.)


ANNOUNCEMENT: Test #2 Scheduled for Tuesday July 22nd, 11:15 AM.
Coverage will focus on reading, homework, labs since the first test, although many basic concepts such as circuit analysis from early in the term will still (obviously) apply.

Format is once again closed book, no notes except that 1 page of reference material (e.g. a "cheat sheet") may be used. Also, you may bring the strain gage handout distributed in class. The test booklet will include any other tables or figures from the book that you might need.


Assignment #6, 7/22/2014
Reading:  A. Wheeler & A Ganji, Introduction to Engineering Experimentation 3rd ed,
Review Chapter 8 and 9, Read Chapter 10
Homework Problems
8.47, 8.52,
9.7, 9.15, 

10.2, 10.3, 10.15,
10.26, 10.44

DUE Tuesday 7/28/2014: Submit to the D2L Homework  #8 Drop-box 


ANNOUNCEMENT: Test #3 Final Exam is Scheduled for Wednesday July 30th. The test will  begin at 2:50 PM (the afternoon lecture section.)


Coverage is comprehensive with a focus on reading, homework, labs since the previous test. 

Format is once again closed book. A 1 page "cheat sheet" of reference material may be utilized. Also, you may bring the strain gage handout distributed in class. The test booklet will include any other tables or figures from the book that you might need.



 
 
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