Problem 1: Using CADKEY, create a 2-D format, multi-view drawing of the object shown below in the isometric form.
· Open the seed file called “182Midterm.prt” located on the H:\Eng182 drive. Raise your hand if you need help finding the seed file on the computer. Save this file to C:\Temp as “Lastname.prt”.
Problem 2: The circuit diagram shown below represents a security system that turns on four lights outside a building. Each resistor represents one light. There are two control switches that determine when the lights will come on. The timer clock switch closes from to . The photocell switch closes for a period of a half hour following the disruption of any of a set of infrared beams. Each light has a resistance of 240 ohms.
A. (4pts) One of Kirchoff’s Laws states (circle correct answer):
a) The sum of all voltages into a junction (node) must equal the sum of all voltages flowing away from the junction.
b) The sum of the voltage rises around a closed loop in a circuit must equal the sum of the voltage drops.
c) Never put a light bulb drawing more than 75 Watts into a ceiling fixture.
B. (4pts) When the lights are on, the current flowing through the switches is given by:
a) I = I1 + I2 + I3 + I4
b) 1/I = 1/I1 + 1/I2 + 1/I3 + 1/I4
c) V = I + R
C. (4pts) The resistors in the above circuit are in:
c) Seventh heaven
D. (4pts) The lights will be on when
a) It is after and before .
b) It is after and before and one of the infrared beams has been disrupted.
c) It is after and before and one of the infrared beams has been disrupted.
E. (6pts) What is the equivalent resistance for this circuit? (Show your work.)
F. (7pts) What is the power used when the lights are on? (Show your work.)
G. (6 pts) On the copy of the circuit above, draw a manual bypass switch so that the lights may be turned on at any time.
A. In the session on teamwork, the Iron Law of Conflict was introduced. This law implies (circle correct answer):
a) On a team, members can win or lose on issues relative to each other without long-term implications for team performance.
b) On a team, if members win or lose on issues relative to each other the team is acting in a highly effective manner.
c) On a team, members must be willing to seek out options where all members win or lose together to be an effective team.
B. In the session on Teamwork, the following expression was discussed:
Team Performance = Individual Effort + Assembly Effect – Process Losses
For the following list of terms:
1. Put a plus sign “+” in from of terms that represent Assembly Effect.
2. Put a minus sign “-” in front of terms that represent Process Losses.
_____ Group Think _____ Encouraging diverse points of view
_____ Consensus making _____ Free offering of new ideas
_____ Positive interdependence _____ Social loafing
_____ Defensiveness _____ Group accountability
A. Explain what is meant by a “moral dilemma.”
B. List the four criteria that were pertinent to a resolution of the Heinz case discussed