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**Semester 1 Session 2011/2012
**

Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

Tutorial 12

Integration

Engineering Applications of Integration

1. Find the volume generated when the plane figure bounded by the curve

,

**the x-axis and the ordinates at x =1 and x = 2 is rotated about the x-axis through one
**

complete revolution.

2. Find the volume of the cone generated by rotating the area under y = 2x, for

, around the x-axis.

3. The area under the graph of function

for x between 0 and 4 is rotated around

**the x-axis through one complete revolution. Find the volume of the solid generated.
**

4. When the area under the graph of y(x) between x = a and x = b is rotated around the

x-axis, show that the volume of the solid formed is

5. The area under the parabola

for

.

is rotated around the x-axis.

**Find the volume of the solid formed.
**

6. The area between

and the y-axis between y = -2 and y = 2 is rotated

**around the y-axis. Find the volume of revolution.
**

7. The area between

and the y-axis for y between 1 and 4 is rotated about the y-

axis through one complete revolution. Find the volume of the solid formed.

Page | 1

Express the length of the arc of the curve from x = 0 to x = π as an integral. Calculated the length of the curve between x = 0 and x = 2. Find the area of the surface generated when for is rotated completely about the x-axis. Find the volume of revolution. 10. 17. between x = 0 and x = 5. 15. 9. 11. Find the length of the catenary between x = 0 and x = 2. Also find the volume of the solid generated by revolving the region bounded by the xaxis and this arc about the x-axis through 2π radians. Find the length of for x between x = 0 and x = 3. Find the length of the curve 12. on the first quadrant only. 14. 13. Show that the area of the surface generated when rotated around the x-axis is between x = 0 and x = 2 is . 16. Use the formula to find arc length of a curve to determine the length of function between . Find the area of the surface generated when the part of the curve between x = 0 and x = 4 is rotated around the x-axis.8. The area between and the x-axis for is rotated around the y- axis. Page | 2 .

19.18. 20. A curve is represented parametrically by and where Find the volume of the solid of revolution generated when the curve is rotated about the x-axis through 2π radians. the equation . Find the mean value of across the below interval: a) b) 21. Show that the volume generated when the finite area between the curve and the xaxis is rotated through 2π radians about the x-axis is π/30. Calculate the average value of the following functions across the specified interval: a) across b) across c) across d) across e) across f) across g) across h) across Page | 3 . (b) Show that the curved surface generated by the revolution about the x-axis of the portion of the curve is included between the origin and the ordinate . (a) Given.

Page | 4 . and that over the next second was 50ms-1.m. The r. The average speed over the first second was 10ms-1.m.s values of the functions in Question 21. Find the average resistance of the rheostat as the temperature varies uniformly from 10 oC to 40 oC. 30.m. the curve and the ordinates x =1 and x = 2 is rotated through 2π radians about the x-axis. 23. and the x and y axes. the curve coordinates x = 1 and x = 3 is and the . 26. Show that the area enclosed between the x-axis.22. Find the centroid of the area bounded by and and also the centre of gravity of the volume obtained by revolving this area about the x-axis. Calculate the r. given by . A sinusoidal current. The electrical resistance R (in Ω) of a rheostat at a temperature θ (in oC) is given by . 25. 24. Find the position of the centre of mass of a lamina in the shape of a triangle formed by for . Find the centre of mass of a lamina bounded by and .s value of is across the interval of . Calculate the r. The speed V of a rocket at a time t after launch is given by . Calculate a) the rotating area and the coordinates of its centroid. 29. Determine the values of a and b. where a and b are constants. 27. The area enclosed between the x-axis. b) the volume of the solid of revolution formed and the coordinates of its centre of gravity.s value is often used in the analysis of circuits. What was the average speed over the third second? 28.

Answers: 1. 15. 7. 9. Arc length. 17. Page | 5 . 2. Prove 5. . 8. 4. . 3.41 units 13. . Prove 19.75 units 12.63 units 11. . 10. 20. 6. square units 16. . .06 units 14. Prove 18.

707 24. . 25. 22. 41. 130ms-1 28. .8 Ω 23. . a = 20. Page | 6 . . Prove 27. 30. . . 29. . 0. (b) 8π/15 cubic units.21. b =10/3. (a) 2/3 square units. 26. . .

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