Transcript: Examples Free Body Diagram A sketch that indicates each and every external force acting on a given object free body diagrams Kelvin Joyner Derrick Aguirre Results Realisation
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Transcript: free body diagram force due to gravity force due to gravity: - always points down - always called the weight - measured in newtons equation: fg = w = mg normal force - force between an object and surface - flat table can be an example - same magnitude but in the opposite direction (fg) Equation: Fn= - FG normal force: friction - measured in (N) - opposes motion -slows down moving objects -makes it harder to move stationary objects equation: ff = "mu" Fn friction: air resistance - similar to friction - comes from objects moving through the air - slows down falling objects - points up - more resistance the faster an object moves air resistance: tension the force in a string or chain pulls in the direction of the rope Tension: contact force only happens if the object is touching something pushing a cart up a hill can be an example of contact force contact force: balanced and unbalanced forces - balanced force: If the net force is 0 then it is balanced example: 5N to the left + 5N to the right = 0 - unbalanced force: If the net force is not 0, then the object motion changes to match the resultant example: 5N to the right + 5N to the right = 10N to the right balanced and unbalanced forces: how to draw a free body diagram 1. replace the object with a dot 2. draw all forces acting upon the object - start at the dot and point out 3. label all forces how to draw a free body diagram: examples of FBD's ex1) a book being held in the hand. the forces that are acted upon the object are the force of gravity and normal force. ex2) push book on table. The forces that are used in this object normal force, force of gravity, force of friction. ex3) jumping off a plane with a parachute. The forces that act upon are the force of gravity, and air resistance examples of FBD's:
Transcript: - Rethink the architecture (Sometimes it just the wrong place where your code lives) - Actually just a few things in "Common" are really common - Sometimes copying code is fine (but think twice!) - Some things have to be rewritten We have complete freedom in our code The repository In the beginning... ...there was pain Old ... your own Database The Build New Scripts Easy to configure Understandable "One-Click" Deployment Code Chaos -> SOA 3. Remove dependencies to your code (Slow because other teams are involved) 2. Remove dependencies from our code to other components (A lot of work but done fast, because you see the payoffs immediately) Now you control your property... MyArea Swimlane 1. Analyse Code Dependencies 4. Put it all together 26 Releases in 1 1/2 months A release takes only 8 minutes It is all about archtiecture! Less interruptions from outside Now the code architecture is very clean ... so you should control your own servers ... and monitor it A journey Restservices are fast and easy to create New Releasing is very easy - even PMs can do it The Build is only red when YOU make a mistake Github has some advantages YES! Also great Impact Is it worth it? Mark your territory CI / Stable Build always red Code spread all over the monolith Slow, error prone release process
Transcript: dynamic pressure DENSITY OF AIR *A*V=CONSTANT Brayton Cycle Static Pressure + Dynamic Pressure= constant F=d(mv)/dt -Compression Bernoulli's Law Two different kind of pressure P+1/2ρv2=constant -Turbine -Constant Pressure Cooling Newton's 3rd Law Change in (Moving) Mass = Thrust Equation static pressure v static pressure F=(m dot*V)e-(m dot*V)o Structure of Gas Turbine How thrust is produced ? Newton's Third law Brayton Cycle + Lift force Free body diagram Newton's 1st Law -Combustion Bernoulli's Law -Accelerating Force ? Formula Addition: Net Change of Pressure Why the air speed up above the upper surface? dynamic pressure
Transcript: Sample Problems How to Draw Them Examples of Forces Balanced Forces (Fbal) How to Label Forces Why They Are Used Free-Body Diagram Free-body diagrams are used to show the forces acting on an object. At rest Forces equal 0 Opposite vectors are the same size Constant velocity 1. Identify the force acting on an object. 2. Identify the direction of each acting force and draw vectors representing the forces. 3. Vector sizes do matter. If the force is greater then the size should be longer. Draw a vector to represent each force. Draw it in the direction the force is being exerted, and label it by the type of force, the object exerting the force, and the object receiving the force.Each vector must be labeled. Speeds up/ slows down Forces don't equal zero/ change direction Vectors are not the same sizes Vectors don't have opposite partners Unbalanced Forces (Funbal) Applied-is a force applied to an object by another object or person. Normal- The support force exerted on an object that is in contact with another stable object. Friction- A force exerted by a surface as an object moves across it.
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