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Mechanical SystemsMechanical Systems
Introduction
Most of the tasks will have difficulties in being accomplished especially they require the involvement of forces and movement. This is where mechanical systems come in handy as a means of expedient work to be done efficiently and easily.

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Static EqulibriumThis is not as expected. The faulty results may have arisen due to positioning of the carriage that resulted in directional positioning errors, errors due to taking readings, and finally tensional errors. Also, this could be due to the meter stick

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Estimating the Damping in a Single Degree of Freedom SystemExamples of 1Degree of Freedom are those which are in system dynamics or vibration courses. The systems in this lab represent examples of the simplest dynamical systems which might be encountered in engineering

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Moment and equilibriumThis is presented by the demonstrations chosen some loaded beams. Moment of force therefore is that force that is due to the revolving effect ,for example when a force is subjected to one end of an body whose other end is attached to a

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Friction, Work, And Kinetic EnergyPushing it harder increases the frictional force so as to match the magnitude of the push. There is a limit to the magnitude of static friction, that eventually

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Static equilibrium and the requirements of this principleThe objectives for carrying out the static equilibrium experiment are:

1. To examine the static equilibrium of a system of forces of different magnitudes acting at different angles.

2. To compare the experimental results with those obtained by computing the resultant force.

3. To compare the experimental result and the calculated result with those obtained by the graphical method.

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Lab vectors and staticsThe study was a success. Algebraically was found to be 0.252N at an angle of 56.3 degrees. The theoretical value of is zero.
Physical quantities can either be vectors or scalar. Scalar quantities are represented by only their magnitude while both

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Velocity Distribution of a Circular Air Jet The difference, (P0-P) varies with the square of the fluid velocity and density, , of the moving fluid. The relationship is P0-P =1/2 air v 2
Since the Pitot-static tube cannot measure the local velocity at a point because P0 and P are not measured in the same places, it the experiment has used a smaller pitot-static tube to reduce the error.

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