Hi, please find all the information in the files. Figure 1 is the list of requirements for the lab report, which needs to answer questions Q1 to Q6 respectively. Figures 2 to 4 are some data of the experiment, but I forget what they correspond to. Figure 5 may not useful, but I sent it to you just in case. Figures 6 and 7 are some materials from the textbook that should be used. Thank you!
Topics in Materials Science
The field of materials science is constantly making advances in important areas that impact modern society. One of the best ways to learn about recent advances in a certain topic area is by following trade journals of professional societies. The Materials Research Society (MRS) publishes a monthly periodical named the MRS Bulletin which covers a different application area each issue. In this assignment, you are asked to read one article from each of the following MRS Bulletin issues:
1. Materials & Engineering: Propelling Innovation (Volume 40, Issue 12) (pdf attached)
2. Materials for Energy Harvesting (Volume 43, Issue 3) (pdf attached)
3. The machine learning revolution in materials research (Volume 44, Issue 7) (pdf attached)
Summarize the contents of those articles and discuss the importance of those materials to the field particular application at hand. Critical questions to ask include: What are the materials described in these articles? How do they function relative to a certain application or topic area? What materials properties are the most important for that application? How are the materials being designed to demonstrate superior materials properties?
Include full citations of the articles that you read at the end of your essay. Utilize the citation format employed in the MRS Bulletin (Hint: look at the citations at the end of the article that you’re reading). As this assignment will have a weight of 5%, you are expected to a minimum of 500 words for each paper (excluding references). You are encouraged to work on this assignment in groups of 2 or less – students should write their report together & indicate both students names if they worked on the assignment in a pair.
So final product is three paper with each paper 500 words minimum on the three artricle that I attached.
This is a lab about Forces and Newton’s Motion. there is a about 30 questions that need to be answered please answer them in the document attached. to answer then use the link in the top of the document to be able to answer them or usethis https://phet.colorado.edu/sims/html/forces-and-motion-basics/latest/forces-and-motion-basics_en.html . please add screen shots in the questions. dont forget to answer the questions in the boxes like how some of the questions are. and can you fix the answered questions if they have any problems please. if your have any questions please contact me.
do not use turnitin to check for plagiarism
Virtual Simulation Assignment
We are going to explore the orbital motion of the five different gravitational systems, A through E, through a virtual simulation provided by PhET. You will fill out the masses of the star and the planet. You will also measure the orbital radius and the period of the system in the Excel worksheet (highlighted area). You will learn about the properties of orbital shape, escape velocity, and Kepler’s third law.
View the PhET “Gravity and Orbits” Interactive Simulation.
Review the video PhET Gravity & Orbits to familiarize yourself with the various functions of the simulation before beginning your assignment.
Use the Unit III Virtual Simulation Assignment Excel Worksheet for this unit. Save all of your work directly to the worksheet, and submit it in Blackboard for grading.
See the Unit III Assignment Instructions to access the details for this activity.
i need the drag table completed on my PowerPoint presentation.
Step 1. on look at the powerpoint presentation labeled “Burke, Jason_MOD 3.2_Cessna 172 Skyhawk _DRAG” page 9. the professor said “Still did not follow instructions- You start the drag table at the stall speed then in 20 knot increments. You went from stall speed to 120 knots, so all your data will be wrong……So do it over.
STEP 2- review the data for the aircaft ” cessna 172 skyhawk”
STEP 3 : look at the sample labeled “MOD 3.2 EXAMPLE”
STEP 4: review the document “MOD 3.2 Independent Project_Drag”
STEP 5: look at the sample that i upload. to make sure your on the right track.
STEP 6- review the document “ASCI_309_Table_drag_table” you will have to change the numbers to for the cessna 172. The it will automatically change the equation.
STEP 7. the document “ASCI 309 Functions V5″ the bottom tab called ” CH 5 (M3)” will give the equation you need to solve the DRAG TABLE”
I just need the DRAG Chart changed. to have the right numbers as a reflection of the
cessna 172 data.
the book we are reading is conceptual physics. I really enjoyed chapter 12 it talks about solids like crystal structures, density and elasticity.
Your response to each writing assignment should be 250-350 words.Each assignment will ask you to pick/select topic(s) from a set of chapters in the text. Your essay should be a reflection of what you have learned or understood from it. The essays can be experiential – that is can be examples of these concepts in action in your day-day life. They can also be related to sport, scenes or tropes from popular movies/TV-shows, history, biology, … – your choice!
research an airport(any airport)
Get the National Weather
locate/ screen shot the information with the “RED ARROW”
SAMPLE document in “upload files” named- “mod 2.2 PART 1 Airspeed Exercise”
open document parts B in upload files named: mod 2.2_PART 2_ Airspeed Exercise
answer question 1-4
.1. Find the Calibrated Lift-Off Speed [KCAS] using
.2. Find the Equivalent Lift-Off Speed [KEAS]
.3. Find the True Lift-Off Speed [KTAS]
.4. Calculate the Dynamic Pressure ‘q’ [lb/ft2],
STEP 3 –
make sure to screen shot and show all work. add to document.
Finally- answer the question and show the work. Add screen shot of the weather/airport matrix.
I will add attachments to help with any equations.
i hope this makes it easy.
Title: Flight Theory and Aerodynamics: A Practical Guide for Operational Safety
ISBN: 978-1-119-77239-2 (Hardcover)
ISBN2: 978-1-119-77241-5 (eBook)
Authors: Joseph R. Badick and Brian A. Johnson
Publication Date: 2022
Write a letter to the Office of the Board of Regeants (minimum 2 pages double spaced, size 12 font). If you write a letter to the Board of Regeants be sure to state a position that is either “in support” or “against” the construction of the TMT telescope on Mauna Kea. Write this letter with confidence and state the position with authority. Be sure to include supporting evidence based on a variety of sources which include both expert opinion and personal experience. It is essential to add depth to your argument and provide anecodotal support. Your goal is to demonstrate why and how your position is “correct” one.
We are doing a group presentation of a lab we did. Each member is doing a part. For me, I am doing the Introduction. In the introduction, you should discuss:
– Provide rationale and objective(s) for the experiment
– What is the objective of the experiment?
– Why it is worth investigating?
During the presentation, each member has 2min and 1 slide slot. I am ordering 1 slide and 1 double-spaced page. In the slide break it into two, one for the objective and one for the why worth investigating. In the slide don’t write a lot of words just try to keep it short with bullet points but not too short. The 1 page is for the speaker notes, if there are any excess words from the slide you can add them to the notes. Because support told me 1 slide is 140words, so if there are any extra words just add them to the notes. Also, please keep it relevant to the topic don’t go off-topic in the notes.
I am attaching the lab manual for your reference. In the objective don’t add anything not mentioned in the manual.
Option 1: Revisit Lab 1
● Repeat the data collection for Lab 1 by conducting a new set of ten trials for each level of your independent variable. Don’t reuse or recycle your previously collected data.
● Submit a short report responding to the following questions:
○ How were the uncertainties affected by using the new data set?
○ How were the results of your analysis (either t’ for Lab 1) affected by using the new data set?
● You’ll just need to address these bulleted items in the Lab 3 instructions. There are no format requirements for this submission.