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EML  3301C  –  Mechanics  of   Materials  Lab  

            •  Godfathers          Greg  Sawyer.  Neil  Tidwell     .  Adish  Padhani.  Dan  Dickrell    Andrew  Myers.  Jennifer  Melroy.    KaPe  Pham.People   •  Course  Instructor     •  Lab  Instructor         •  Graduate  TA’s                                                       •  Undergraduate  TA’s                                    Sco<  Banks    Shannon  Ridgeway    Sayan  Banerjee    Dan  Frank    Shengfeng  Yang        Leland  Jones.

 compression.  LVDTs.   –  Material  properPes   •  InstrumentaPon   –  Sensors  –  strain  gages.   –  Interface  electronics  and  devices   .  etc.What  are  goals  of  MoM  Lab?   •  Reinforce  mechanics  of  materials  principles   –  Stress-­‐strain  behavior   –  Tension.  etc.  accelerometers.  bending.

What  are  goals  of  MoM  Lab?   •  Data  AcquisiPon  (DAQ)   –  Using  your  laptop  and  a  data  acquisiPon  unit  and   so]ware  (“A  DAQ  in  every  hand”)   –  Data  reporPng  and  analysis   •  Understanding  staPsPcal  significance  of  data   and  quanPficaPon  of  uncertainty   •  WriPng  good  lab  reports!!   •  Using  engineering  standards  (new!)   .

Sakai  Site  &  Syllabus   .

Let’s  make  a  measurement!   .

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Shannon  -­‐  Announcements   .

  .  lead-­‐lag  or  other  controllers  to   achieve  some  performance  metric  for  a  given   system.   •  Linearize  differenPal  equaPons  at  an  operaPng   point.ExpectaPons  about  what  you  bring  to   class  …  you  can:   •  Derive  differenPal  equaPons  for  physical  systems.   •  Use  root-­‐locus  (Pme-­‐domain)  and  Bode  plot   (frequency  domain)  methods  to  design   controllers.   •  Design  P-­‐I-­‐D.   •  Form  transfer  funcPons  from  linear  DE’s.

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