I have a project for tomorrow, İt is a solidworks project. I need a hairdryer assembly total of 6 parts. Details attached.

# Category: Industrial Design

Please solve any two linear programming problems.

Apply sensitivity analysis (Range of optimality and Dual values/shadow prices). Sensitivity analysis must be done manually as well as through the use of Lingo Software.

Attach screens shots of the sensitivity report generated by Lingo.

Prepare a report and upload

Please solve any two linear programming problems.

Apply sensitivity analysis (Range of optimality and Dual values/shadow prices). Sensitivity analysis must be done manually as well as through the use of Lingo Software.

Attach screens shots of the sensitivity report generated by Lingo.

Prepare a report and upload

I posted a the lecture related to this question

Please solve any two linear programming problems.

Apply sensitivity analysis (Range of optimality and Dual values/shadow prices). Sensitivity analysis must be done manually as well as through the use of Lingo Software.

Attach screens shots of the sensitivity report generated by Lingo.

Prepare a report and upload I posted a the lecture related to this question

Please solve any two linear programming problems.

Apply sensitivity analysis (Range of optimality and Dual values/shadow prices). Sensitivity analysis must be done manually as well as through the use of Lingo Software.

Attach screens shots of the sensitivity report generated by Lingo.

Prepare a report and upload

I need a report and a presentation on Sensitivity Analysis

requirements : How to solve and perform sensitivity analysis for linear Programming problems having 3 or more than 3 binding

between 10 and 15 slides

I submitted a file below for sensitivity analysis lecture so you know what I want exactly

1. Consider a fractional 25−2 design. The following runs were performed: de, ae, b, abd, cd, ac, bce, abcde.

a)Find the design generators.

b)Write the complete defining relation for this design.

c)Write the full alias structure for this design.

d)Suppose you have to perform the runs in two blocks. Propose a good block generator and indicate why it’s good.

e)Which runs will go in which block if you use the generator from (d)?

2. Using a response surface design, the fitted second order model of the form

for the response y was obtained.

Write down the matrix B for this model.

Find the stationary point.

Find the value ˆys of the predicted response at the stationary point.

Find the eigenvalues of B.

Write the model in the canonical form. What is the type of the stationary point? Can it be considered a ridge system?

3-A factorial experiment with four factors is conducted. Factors C and D is random, and all others are fixed. B is nested under A, C is nested under B, and D is nested under C. The number of levels is a, b, c, and d for A, B, C, and D, respectively. There are n replicates. Assume the restricted model.

Write down the full linear model for the response including all possible interactions.

Find the number of degrees of freedom for all sums of squares.

Write down the expressions for all expected mean squares.

Propose F-tests for the significance of all effects. In case an exact F-test is not possible, propose an approximate F-test.

1. Consider a fractional 25−2 design. The following runs were performed: de, ae, b, abd, cd, ac, bce, abcde.

a)Find the design generators.

b)Write the complete defining relation for this design.

c)Write the full alias structure for this design.

d)Suppose you have to perform the runs in two blocks. Propose a good block generator and indicate why it’s good.

e)Which runs will go in which block if you use the generator from (d)?

2. Using a response surface design, the fitted second order model of the form

for the response y was obtained.

Write down the matrix B for this model.

Find the stationary point.

Find the value ˆys of the predicted response at the stationary point.

Find the eigenvalues of B.

Write the model in the canonical form. What is the type of the stationary point? Can it be considered a ridge system?

3-A factorial experiment with four factors is conducted. Factors C and D is random, and all others are fixed. B is nested under A, C is nested under B, and D is nested under C. The number of levels is a, b, c, and d for A, B, C, and D, respectively. There are n replicates. Assume the restricted model.

Write down the full linear model for the response including all possible interactions.

Find the number of degrees of freedom for all sums of squares.

Write down the expressions for all expected mean squares.

Propose F-tests for the significance of all effects. In case an exact F-test is not possible, propose an approximate F-test.

Read and comprehend the assigned paper, then duplicate it using GLPK or Gusek. Run a small instance of the issue through the GLPK model. Talk about the results you got. Bring up potential upgrades.

Components

Face : LED screen with eyes

Arms: SCARA robot arm

Navigation: Robot Legs

Motor: stepper motor

Wheels: Meccanum wheels

Note that It’s not a question, It’s combination of components on autodesk inventor. I don’t want them combined each component separate folder.

Material to be used ABS Resin.

You understand the mechanism I want. Robot arm must have stepper motor shaft pulley all this and same goes to the legs.

Not autocad. Should be Inventor and should be 3D not 2D.

Calculate all the dimensions because we didn’t know how to do it.

Height of the robot not more than 1.5 meters.

It should look like the one I have attached but I don’t want to assemble all together. I want each component seperate folder.

I also attached the robot arm. Kindly make it neat and presentable and also don’t forget to calculate the dimensions.