Past rigs

Rig search results for "Mechanical Engineering":

Compound Pendulum

This rig employs a pendulum to demonstrate acceleration due to gravity. The pendulum may also be used to illustrate simple harmonic motion, conservation of energy, differential equations, linearisation and vectors.

No lessons available.

Discipline:
Civil Engineering,
Industrial Engineering,
Mechanical Engineering,
Physics,
Tags:
energy,
gravity,
Provider:
UNE::Science &Technology

Strain Gauge

The objective of this rig is to further students' understanding of how to use strain gauges in engineering design, particularly the application of Mohr's Circle on strain gauge readings to find directions and magnitudes of principal stresses. This rig has been approved but is on hold until future notice.

No lessons available.

Discipline:
Mechanical Engineering,
Tags:
compression,
elasticity,
tension,
Provider:
CURTIN::Engineering

Truss Testing

The rig is instrumented with strain gauges on each individual truss member, therefore students can see how forces are transferred along these members to the supports on either side of the truss.

No lessons available.

Discipline:
Civil Engineering,
Industrial Engineering,
Mechanical Engineering,
Physics,
Tags:
statics,
structures,
truss,
Provider:
RMIT::Civil, Environmental & Chemical

Turbulent to Laminar Flow

Turbulent to laminar flow rig demonstrates the difference between turbulent and laminar flow in pipes.

No lessons available.

Discipline:
Chemical Engineering,
Mechanical Engineering,
Tags:
control,
friction,
process,
Provider:
CURTIN::Engineering

iRobot

The iRobot rig was designed to allow students to explore the concepts of teleoperation of robots, accuracy of sensors, localisation and mapping.

No lessons available.

Discipline:
Computer Systems Engineering,
Mechanical Engineering,
Mechatronics Engineering,
Telecommunications Engineering,
Tags:
c++,
robotics,
teleoperation,
Provider:
UTS::Engineering & IT