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# Internal verification of Assignment Briefs

Qualification Unit No. Outcome No. Assignment No. Part Assessor Name Internal Verifier

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## Vehicle Science and Applied Mathematics

Be able to solve engineering problems mathematically

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## Ausama I. Hassan Ashraf Senbel

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Evaluation criteria 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Is the assignment word processed? Is there a title to the assignment? Is there reference to the unit and the learning outcomes being assessed, including outcome statements? Is there a suitable scenario/introduction that is appropriate to the level of the student? Is it clear what evidence the student needs to generate? Is the timescale for the assignment appropriate? Do the grading criteria relate to the outcome(s) being assessed and the P/M/D criteria from the qualification specification? (where appropriate) Is the assignment appropriate for the level of the students? Is the hand-in date (Completion Date) clear? 1 draft
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## Sharjah Institute of Technology

Assessment Activity Front Sheet Criteria Achieved P3 P4 P5 M3 M4

(This front sheet must be completed by the STUDENT where appropriate and included with the work submitted for assessment)

Students Name: Date Issued: Qualificatio n Unit No.: Outcome No. : Assignment No. : Par 2 Of t:

Assessors Name:

Ausama I.hassan
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.4.2012

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## BTEC First Certificate in Vehicle Technology 10 1 1 2

Unit Title: Outcome Title:

## Be able to solve engineering problems mathematically solving engineering problems mathematically

Assessment Title:

In this assessment you will have opportunities to provide evidence against the following criteria. Indicate the page numbers where the evidence can be found Criteria refe renc e To achieve the criteria the evidence must show that the student is able to: Tick if met Page numbers

P3 P4 P5 M3 M4

Determine the volume of two regular solid bodies from given data. Plot a graph for linear and non-linear relationships from given data. Solve right-angled triangles for length of sides and angles using Pythagors theorem, sine, cosine and tangent functions. Identify the data required and determine the volume of two compound solid bodies. Use trigonometry to solve complex shapes.

Declaration I certify that this assignment is my own work, written in my own words. Any other persons work included in my assignment is referenced / acknowledged. Students Name: Students Signature: Date:

Internal Verifiers approval to use with students IVs Name: IVs Signature:

Date

Ashraf Senbel
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(Pass P3)

Calculate the Maximum displacement, or swept, volume by the piston of a vehicle engine as it sweeps from position BC to position TC, as shown in the figure above, given that the Bore, B=200mm and the stroke, L=200mm.

B.

Write down a formula for the volume of the Traffic cone shown above in terms of its height, H, and its Diameter, D, assuming it to be a perfect cone .Then calculate its volume if : H=70 cm D= 25 cm

(Pass P4)

A. The following measured data for 5.7 liter V8 engine found in Corvettes from 1997 to 2000. It represents the engines revolutions per minute (N) versus power output. N (RPM) P (kW) 47.2 5 1000 2000 3000 94.5 155.5 4000 5000 189 235. 5

Plot P versus N . is the relationship linear for this range of data? If so set:
2Tav. P = .N 60

And hence find the value of ( Tav ) from the graph or otherwise,where Tav is an appropriate average torque that satisfies the linear relationship.

B. The volume of gas (V) inside the cylinder of a vehicle engine closely obeys Boyles law for ideal gases as it varies inversely with the applied pressure (P) for constant temperature and the amount of gas contained inside the cylinder.

To verify this, the following measurements for(V) and( P) were taken under constant temperature and amount of gas contained inside the cylinder.
V ( cm 3 ) P (atm.) 1600 1 800 2 400 4 320 5 280 5.7 250 6.4

Plot (P) against (V ) to check the validity of the inverse proportionality relation.

(Pass P5)

The engine of a particular vehicle is mounted on four identical triangular supports. The dimensions of one of these supports is as shown in the figure below:

A) Calculate the length of AC. B) Calculate the value of the angle (A) using the sine function.

C) Calculate the value of the angle (A) using the tan function. D) Calculate the value of the angle (B) using the cos function.

(Merit M3)

(Merit M4)

Calculate the area of the metal sheet shown in the figure above which is fabricated to be used as a cover for a certain part of a vehicle engine.

## Assessment Feedback Form

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## Assessment Title: solving

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## Be able to solve engineering problems mathematically

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P3 P4 P5 M3 M4

Determine the volume of two regular solid bodies from given data. Plot a graph for linear and non-linear relationships from given data. Solve right-angled triangles for length of sides and angles using Pythagors theorem, sine, cosine and tangent functions. Identify the data required and determine the volume of two compound solid bodies. Use trigonometry to solve complex shapes.

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Hassan

Ausama I.

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## Student's Work has been Internally Verified

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Ashraf Senbel

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