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#### Explain The Areas Of Body Where Barium And Iodine Are Used For Taking X Ray Images

Question Barium and Iodine are routinely used for X Ray procedures. Which areas of the body is Barium used to image? Which areas of the body is Iodine used to image? Explain how the Barium or Iodine contrast medium allows imaging of the areas previously identified.   Summary The question be ... Read More

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#### Explain About X Rays, Ultrasound And Nuclear Medicine

Question For each of the three imaging methods below, explain their uses within the modern healthcare setting and give two examples of what they can ‘see’ or help diagnose. i) X Ray ii) Ultrasound iii) Nuclear medicine   Summary The question belongs to Physics and it discusse ... Read More

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#### Write A Report On Renewable Energy House Project

Question Write a report on Renewable Energy House Project which includes the following: 1. Theoretical Approach. 2. Experimental Approach. 3. Data Collection and Data Analysis. (cost , efficiency …..etc. )   Summary The question belongs to Physics and it discusses about writi ... Read More

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#### Calculate Cable Tension Required To Hold A Scoreboard In A Stadium

Question A basketball scoreboard that weighs 9 kN is to be hung from the roof frame of an indoor stadium using a cable ABC. The ends of the cable are attached to hinges at points A and C. Before the scoreboard is attached at B, the midpoint, cable ABC is slightly slack (i.e. it is longer than 3 met ... Read More

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#### Calculate Reaction At Supports For Beam Supporting Uniformly Distributed Weights

Question A beam of length 8m is simply supported at its end as shown in figure.The whole beam carries a Uniformly Distributed Load(UDL) of 10 kN/m together with two point loads of 120 kN and 80 kN. The 120 kN load is at a distance of 2.5m from the left-hand support and the 80kN load is at a distanc ... Read More

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#### Calculate Greatest Point Of Load Applied At Centre Of Steel Cylindrical Tube

Question A steel cylindrical hollow tube, with outside diameter of 16cm and a thickness of 20mm is used as a beam over a span of 6m, being simply supported at its ends. The maximum bending stress of the tube is 125MPa. Neglecting the mass of the mass of the tube, determine the greatest point load t ... Read More

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#### Calculate Least Radius Of Gyration and Slenderness Ratio Of Concrete Column

Question A hollow concrete column has a rectangular cross-section with an external breadth of 300mm and an external depth of 600mm.The internal breadth is 240mm and the internal depth is 520mm.The compressive resistance of the concrete is 200 N/mm2.If the effective height of the concrete column is ... Read More

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#### Calculate Maximum Stress And Angle Of Twist In Degrees For Cylindrical Shaft

Question A 1.5m long cylindrical shaft has an external diameter of 60mm and an internal diameter of 30mm.The shaft is subjected to a torque of 1200-Nm.If the modulus of rigidity of the shaft material G is 90 GPa, calculate: (i) The maximum shear stress (ii) The angle of twist in degrees Summary ... Read More

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#### Calculate Maximum Power Transmitted And Angle Of Twist In Degrees For Solid Steel Shaft

Question A solid steel shaft 3m long with a diameter of 5mm is to transmit power at a rotational speed of 800rpm.The modulus of rigidity of the shaft material G is 90 GPa. If the maximum stress is limited to 60MN/m2 determine the following. (i) The maximum power that could be transmitted (ii) The ... Read More

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#### Calculate Change In Acceleration Of Particle Moving In Straight Line

Question A particle is initially at rest at point A on a straight line ABCD. The particle moves from point A to B with uniform acceleration, reaching B with the speed of 12m/s after 2 seconds. The acceleration then alters to a constant 1m/s2 and 8 uniformly to come to rest at D after further 10 sec ... Read More

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#### Calculate Velocity Of Cards And Loss Of Kinetic Energy After Cars Impact

Question A car of mass 1200kg traveling with a velocity of 30 meters per second collides head on into a stationary car which has a mass of 800kg.After the impact the two vehicles lock together and move in the same direction as the 1200kg car. (i) What is the velocity of the cars after the impact? ... Read More