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BTEC National Diploma in Building Services Engineering 2nd Year Further Mathematics in Construction, Civil 19 Title Engineering and Building Services Engineering Apply the principles of differential and 3 Title integral calculus to solve practical engineering problems
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Ausama I.Hassan Omar Elharth

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Assessors Ausama I.Hassan Name: Submitted 1/3/2012 Completion Date: 15/3/2012 / / on: BTEC National Diploma in Civil Engineering 2nd Year Further Mathematics in Construction, 19 Civil Engineering and Building Services Unit Title: Engineering Apply the principles of differential and 3 integral calculus to solve practical Outcome Title: engineering problems
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Differential and Integral Calculus

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Use differential calculus to solve a range of algebraic, trigonometric and logarithmic expressions. Use integral calculus to solve a range of algebraic, trigonometric and logarithmic expressions. Use first and second order differentials for the solution of a range of industry-related problems. Apply the rules of integral calculus to determine solutions for a range of complex industry-related problems. Independently apply differential calculus to the determination of maxima or minima in industry-related problems.

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S.N 1 A. An architect designs an arch of height, y (in meters), over a walkway by the curve of the equation:
y = 3e 05 x
2

Find the rate of change of the height, y , with respect to x at x = 1.meter . B. The length, l , of a rectangular area is 2m longer than its width, w. find the derivative of the length of the diagonal, D, with respect to, w.

C. Find the slope of the line tangent to the curve :

y = 2 sin 3 x

at

x=

[P3]

A rectangular building covering 7000 m 2 is to be built on a rectangular lot as shown in fig (1). If the building is to be 10 m from the lot boundary on each side and 20m from the boundary in front and back, find the dimensions of the building if the area of the lot is a minimum.

The cable of a 200-m suspension bridge can be represented by :
y = 0 0015 x 2 + C

At one point the tension is directed along the line :

y = 0 3 x 10

1. Find the value of C. 2. Find the second derivative of the cable curve equation (1) and decide whether the Curve is concave up or down.

Consider a cantilevered beam subjected to a negative distributed load
q ( x ) = q 0 = cons tan t

as shown in Fig.( ):

2 meter Cantilevered Beam

If the Shear Force, V ( x) , as a function of the distributed Load Density, q ( x) N/m, is given by:
dV ( x ) = q( x ) dx

And if the Bending Moment,

dM = V ( x) dx

M ( x) ,

as a function of,

V ( x) ,

is given by:

Find an equation for each of

V ( x ), and , M ( x )
q 0 = 100 N / m

as functions of (x). .

Write down these equations for What are the values of,

V ( 2), M ( 2)

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Further Mathematics in Construction, Civil Engineering and Building Services Engineering. 3 Apply the principles of differential and integral calculus to solve practical engineering problems.
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Use differential calculus to solve a range of algebraic, trigonometric and logarithmic expressions. Use integral calculus to solve a range of algebraic, trigonometric and logarithmic expressions. Use first and second order differentials for the solution of a range of industry-related problems. Apply the rules of integral calculus to determine solutions for a range of complex industry-related problems. Independently apply differential calculus to the determination of maxima or minima in industryrelated problems.

and Integral Calculus

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