A solid sphere roller of mass M = 3.00 kg and radius R = 12.0 cm has an axle through its center of mass. A force F = 50.0 N is applied perpendicular to the axle and parallel to an incline (angle theta = 26.6o above horizontal) to drag the roller up the slas fast as possible please!

A solid sphere roller of mass M = 3.00 kg and radius R = 12.0 cm has an axle through its center of mass. A force F = 50.0 N is applied perpendicular to the axle and parallel to an incline (angle theta = 26.6o above horizontal) to drag the roller up the slope. The acceleration of the center of mass of the roller is acm, and the sphere’s rotational speed is alpha.Higher Nationals Diploma ASSIGNMENT BRIEF-BTEC (RQF) N5E30: Advanced Structural Design For use with the Pearson Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Construction and the Built Environment Assignment Soft Copy Email to “[email protected] Learner Name: VeriGuide 提交功課 Contact Number 學年 2020-2021 Assessor Name: 學期 1 Programme: 013N_Construction and The Built Environment (Civil Engineering) Module Code: N5E30 Module Name: Advanced Structural Design Issue date: 17/9/2020 Assignment Draft Submission Date 16/12/2020 Final Assignment Submission Date 16/3/2021 Submission on: Lecturer and Student Communication Note: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ *********************************************************************** Assignment Brief – BTEC (RQF) Learner Name BTEC Reg No. Contact Number Email Address Programme: HND in Construction and The Built Environment (Civil Engineering) Unit Number and Title N5E30 Advanced Structural Design Academic Year Semester Unit Assessor Assignment Title Issue Date Final Submission Date IV Name Wallace Chan Submission Date Submission Requirement Font Times New Roman Font Size 12 Spacing Single Line Spacing Margin 2 Centimetres (Left-side of page only) Printing 1-Sided Number of Words (Approx.) 1) Around 5000 words for whole assignment 2) At least 2 pages answer of each question Attention 1 All assignments need to be submitted within 90days after distribution. 2 If needed, students can apply for a 30-day extension to the college’s staffs. (ONLY 1 extension per module) 3 Deferral application form should be handed in 10 days before deadline. 4 To be efficient, please keep this cover and the marked pages after amendment. 5 Late submission is not allowed. Any late submission will be charged HK$300 administration fee and students need to redo the new term’s assignment in the next intake. 6 All assignments must be submitted in both hard and soft copies (USB). 7 No plagiarism is allowed. If there is any plagiarism found, we will follow the procedures stated in the admission pack. If you have any enquiries, please feel free to contact our staffs. 8 All learner’s work must be reviewed by the assessor, internal verifier, external verifier in order to pass. 9 In the recent EV visit, a lot of direct or partial copying from internet were found. For examples, students are copying of text or diagrams or concepts from other sources, internet or other students work. 10 Please be remembered that plagiarism is not allowed and once found assignments will be rejected irrespective of at what progress stage and even after EV stage. 11 Students are advised that the only way to fight plagiarism are: a use your own words to write the answers or b you may make references to other sources but must change to your own words and make the citations and quote the sources in that paragraph whenever you are making reference from other sources. c also prior to submitting assignments for marking, students must submit through the VeriGuide and attach a similarity report that has <25% similarity. Such a <25% report does not mean that direct copying or a partial copying just by changing a few words can be accepted without citations and references. 12 If you do not know what to do or you need assistance on the VeriGuide or need tutorial, you are welcomed to come to contact the college. We have special tutorial class to assist students to tackle their assignments on every Saturday from 2 to 5 pm by the Principal Lecturers and on prior arrangement with the Unit Lecturers after 9pm from Mondays and Fridays. 13 Where practical work or verbal presentation are specified, it is optional, unless required by the Original 14 Learning Outcomes (LO) or Assessment Criteria (AC). If not sure, Please clarify with the Assessor or the Internal verifier. Learner signature: ___________________________ Date: _____________________________ HNC/HND Construction and the Built Environment 2 Evidence Checklist Summary of Evidence Required by Student Feedback P1 Calculate wind loads on fixed structures. P2 Discuss methods to resist or manage wind loading. P3 Calculate bending and shear in complex support conditions. P4 Determine deflection in complex support conditions. P5 Evaluate structural connections in relation to complex support conditions. P6 Calculate the axial load carrying capacity of complex columns, with eccentric loading. P7 Calculate the axial load carrying capacity of reinforced concrete piled foundations. P8 Prepare design information for a structure utilising piled foundations and steel columns. P9 Discuss the differences between types of tensile structures. P10 Design a simple tensile structure for a given scenario. HNC/HND Construction and the Built Environment 3 M1 Analyse the relationship between building form and wind loading. M2 Discuss the relationship between bending, shear and deflection. M3 Discuss the benefits of using Building Information Modelling in the design workflow M4 Compare tensile structural solutions to a given scenario. D1 Calculate and size the type of lateral stiffening required to resist wind loading for a given structure. D2 Critically evaluate different materials and their structural efficiency in managing bending, shear and deflection. D3 Assess the most effective foundation type for a given scenario in terms of ease and speed of construction, economics, safety and environmental factors. D4 Using calculations as well as other research, justify the choice of a tensile structure solution for a given scenario. Learning Outcomes Achieved Achieved on Resubmission LO1 Explore deflection due to wind loadings, on fixed structures, and strategies to resist wind loading. P1 P2 Y/N LO2 Determine bending, shear and deflection for complex support conditions. P3 P4 Y/N LO3 Design complex columns and piled foundations based on calculation P6 P7 P8 Y/N LO4 Explore the design of tensile structures P9 P10 Y/N Grade Attained Merit 1 2 3 4 Distinction 1 2 3 4 HNC/HND Construction and the Built Environment 4 Assessor Feedback Action Plan Assessor Signature Date Learner Signature Date LEARNER ASSESSMENT SUBMISSION AND DECLARATION When submitting evidence for assessment, each learner must sign a declaration confirming that the work is their own. Learner Declaration I certify that the work submitted for this assignment is my own. I have clearly referenced any sources used in the work. I understand that false declaration is a form of malpractice. Learner Signature Date IV Name Date HNC/HND Construction and the Built Environment 5 Internal verification of assessment decisions – BTEC (RQF) INTERNAL VERIFICATION – ASSESSMENT DECISIONS Programme title Level 5 Higher National Diploma in 013N_ Construction and The Built Environment (Civil Engineering) Assessor Stephen Cheng Internal Verifier Wallace Chan Unit(s) N5E30 Advanced Structural Design Assignment title Advanced Structural Design Learner Name Grade awarded Referral Pass Merit Distinction INTERNAL VERIFIER CHECKLIST Do the assessment criteria awarded match those shown in the assignment brief Y/N Is the Pass/Merit/Distinction grade awarded justified by the assessor’s comments on the student work? Y/N Has the work been assessed accurately? Y/N Is the feedback to the student: Give details: • Constructive? Y/N • Linked to relevant assessment criteria? Y/N • Identifying opportunities for improved performance in future assignments? Y/N • Agreeing actions Y/N Does the assessment decision need amending? Y/N Assessor signature Date Internal Verifier signature Date Programme Leader signature(if required) Date HNC/HND Construction and the Built Environment 6 Assignment Brief – BTEC (RQF) Qualification Level 5 Higher National Diploma Unit Number and Title N5E30 Advanced Structural Design Academic Year 2020-2021 Unit Assessor Stephen Cheng Learner Name SubmissionFormat: This is a controlled assessment, via examination. You are to submit calculations, diagrams, sketches and other material related to your solution. Written responses must be clearly presented on A4 sheets. Your completed solution must be clearly indicated. Unit Learning Outcomes: LO1 Explore deflection due to wind loadings, on fixed structures, and strategies to resist wind loading. LO2 Determine bending, shear and deflection for complex support conditions. Assignment Brief and Guidance: Scenario This is a controlled assessment, via examination. There are two parts to the examination. Part 1 – Wind loading You have been provided with a plan, section and wall detail of a large residential project. You are asked to calculate: ● wind loads ● shear loads ● lateral loads ● uplift loads. In addition, you are to: ● discuss methods to resist/manage wind loads. ● discuss the relationship between the building form and wind loads. ● provide calculations for additional stiffening than may be required. Part 2 – Cantilever Using the drawings provided, for Part 1, you are asked to calculate the cantilever and select suitable sized structural elements to support. You should: ● calculate the proposed solution using different materials in order to select the most appropriate ● discuss the types of connection that will be needed to provide the cantilever. HNC/HND Construction and the Built Environment 7 Level 1 0 Ceiling 2700 A B C Roof Line 6000 Level 2 3000 D E F G Foundation -800 Level 1 Living Rm. -550 1 A003 ? ? ? ? ? Scale (@ A3) Checked by Drawn by Date Project number STATUS PURPOSE OF ISSUE CODE SUITABILITY DESCRIPTION DRWAING NUMBER REV PROJECT CLIENT SHEET Bloggs Associates 1 : 100 MP 32: 80: 11 6102/ 82/ 8 Section 001-00 Wind House Test House Inc Issue Date Author Checker A002 No. Description Date HNC/HND Construction and the Built Environment 8 1l eveL 0 gnili e C 0072 A eni Lf oo R 0006 2l eveL 0003 noit adnuoF 008- . mRgni vi L 1l eveL 055- ? ? ? Scale (@ A3) Checked by Drawn by Date Project number STATUS PURPOSE OF ISSUE CODE SUITABILITY DESCRIPTION DRWAING NUMBER REV PROJECT CLIENT SHEET Bloggs Associates 1 : 25 MP 72: 80: 11 6102/ 82/ 8 Typical Wall 001-00 Wind House Test House Inc Issue Date Author Checker A003 No. Description Date HNC/HND Construction and the Built Environment 9 Level 1 0 Ceiling 2700 Roof Line 6000 Level 2 3000 Foundation -800 Level 1 Living Rm. -550 1702 003 Scale (@ A3) Checked by Drawn by Date Project number STATUS PURPOSE OF ISSUE CODE SUITABILITY DESCRIPTION DRWAING NUMBER REV PROJECT CLIENT SHEET Bloggs Associates 1 : 50 MP 03: 80: 11 6102/ 82/ 8 Terrace Section 001-00 Wind House Test House Inc Issue Date Author Checker A004 No. Description Date HNC/HND Construction and the Built Environment 10 HNC/HND Construction and the Built Environment 11 DN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 A A B B C C D E F G 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000 0003 0003 Outdoor Dining Deck 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 105 103 104 106A 106B Rain water collection tanks Scale (@ A3) Checked by Drawn by Date Project number STATUS PURPOSE OF ISSUE CODE SUITABILITY DESCRIPTION DRWAING NUMBER REV PROJECT CLIENT SHEET Bloggs Associates 1 : 100 MP 43: 80: 11 6102/ 82/ 8 Ground Floor Plan 001-00 Wind House Test House Inc Issue Date SM JLH A102 No. Description Date HNC/HND Construction and the Built Environment 12 HNC/HND Construction and the Built Environment 13 SubmissionFormat: This is a controlled assessment, via examination. You are to submit calculations, diagrams, sketches and other material related to your solution. Written responses must be clearly presented on A4 sheets. Your completed solution must be clearly indicated. Unit Learning Outcomes: LO3 Design complex columns and piled foundations based on calculation LO4 Explore the design of tensile structures Assignment Brief and Guidance: You are employed as an assistant structural engineering in a National Engineering Design company. Your manager wants you to gain experience working in several of the company’s different departments. Initially manager has placed you in the Piling Engineering section and has set you a number of tasks to demonstrate your knowledge and understanding. Task 1 A planed softwood post of strength class C16 has a cross-section 97mm x 145 mm. The post is 4m high, with the top and bottom restrained in position but restrained against rotation. Assuming service class 2 and mediumterm load, calculate the axial load the post can carry. The timber post carries an ultimate vertical force of 20kN which I 50mm eccentric. Determine whether the post is adequate at ULS. HNC/HND Construction and the Built Environment 14 Task 2 A Pin ended axially loaded column 3.5 m high has to support a working load of 1040kN. Design a suitable UC section column in grade 50 steel. Task 3 Explain clearly the meaning of the following terms and illustrate how they are used in the design of axial loaded columns: (i) Least radius of gyration (ii) Slenderness ratio (iii) Effective length Design the steel reinforcement for a short braced concrete column in a reinforced concrete framed building. The column is 325 mm x 325 mm in cross section and is 4.0 m high. It carries an axial design load of 2200 kN. Exposure is XC2. Using the data below, design the reinforcement using suitable codes.  fck = 30 N/mm2  fyk = 500 N/mm2  Δcdev = 5 mm  l0 = 0.6 x l  Φef = effective creep coefficient = 0.87 Task 4 Calculate the axial load carrying capacity for a mild steel stanchion section 305 x 305 UC 118 is incorporated in a multi storey building. It has an overall length of 3.9m and is assumed to have partial restraints. Task 5 Total House load = 800,000kg Concrete driven pile/Stiff clay/No groundwater was encountered Pile length = 10m pile diameter = 0.5m Soil properties  18kN/m3 and v’ = 40 kPa OCR = 1 FS = 3 Determine the pile’s ultimate capacity Qu and allowable capacity Qa? How many piles are needed? HNC/HND Construction and the Built Environment 15 Task 6 For a tutor specified scenario justify the most effective foundation type and also discuss the benefits of Building Information Modelling in design work flow. (Examples of scenarios could include domestic or commercial buildings) To continue your development within the company your manager has requested you move to the structures section of the company. The team you are going to work with specialise in tensile structures such as sports facilities, warehouses and exhibition centres. Task 7 Present in a written report for your manager on the different types of tensile structures outlining the advantages and disadvantages of each. Task 8 A suspension footbridge spanning a ravine is constructed with twin cables and carries a horizontal uniformlydistributed loading of 3 kN/m of span, which is 350m. The lowest point of the cables is 60m below one cliff support, which is 15 m below the higher cliff support. Determine a suitable cross-sectional area for each cable using a factor of safety of 2 and a tensile stress of 350MN/m2 . Task 9 A cable is freely suspended from two points which are at the same horizontal level. If the cable is subjected to a uniformly-distributed loading of w per unit length (self-weight, snow, birds), derive an expression for the maximum tension in the cable. Task 10 For a given scenario design a simple tensile structure. Compare other possible tensile solutions for the project and using calculations justify your solution. HNC/HND Construction and the Built Environment 16 Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria Pass Merit Distinction LO1 Explore deflection due to wind loadings, on fixed structures, and strategies to resist wind loading D1 Calculate and size the type of lateral stiffening required to resist wind loading for a given structure P1 Calculate wind loads on fixed structures. P2 Discuss methods to resist or manage wind loading. M1 Analyse the relationship between building form and wind loading. LO2 Determine bending, shear and deflection for complex support conditions D2 Critically evaluate different materials and their structural efficiency in managing bending, P3 Calculate bending and shear in shear and deflection. complex support conditions. P4 Determine deflection in complex support conditions. P5 Evaluate structural connections in relation to complex support conditions. M2 Discuss the relationship between bending, shear and deflection. LO3 Design complex columns and piled foundations based on calculation P6 Calculate the axial load carrying capacity of complex columns, with eccentric loading. P7 Calculate the axial load carrying capacity of reinforced concrete piled foundations. P8 Prepare design information for a structure utilising piled foundations and steel columns. M3 Discuss the benefits of using Building Information Modelling in the design workflow. D3 Assess the most effective foundation type for a given scenario in terms of ease and speed of construction, economics, safety and environmental factors. LO4 Explore the design of tensile structures D4 Using calculations as well as other research, justify the choice of a tensile structure solution for a given scenario. P9 Discuss the differences between types of tensile structures. P10 Design a simple tensile structure for a given scenario. M4 Compare tensile structural solutions to a given scenario.

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