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Michigan State University - MATH - 421
M421 HW 3 Due Friday Oct. 5From Wade Section 8.3 8.4 9.1 Page Number 248 254 262 Problems 3, 5 9ab, 10a 4, 7, 8Non-book Exercises1) Suppose that A B Rn . Prove that A B and A B . For the following exercises, the lp norm is defined on Rn byn
Michigan State University - ME - 180
ME 180 Lab 3SketcherSketch BasicsBasic principles of how to create a sketch How to create geometry in a sketch Creating constraints (rules) for a sketchCreate a SketchOpen: T:\courses\personal\me180\sec#\username\username_sketch_1.prt Draw a
Michigan State University - ME - 180
ME 180 Lab 8Instance FeaturesInsert Associative Copy InstanceInstance Rectangular Array Select Features to Array Number Along XC XC Offset Number Along YC YC Offset Circular Array Number Angle Mirror Body Select Bodies to Mirror Datum Plane fo
Michigan State University - ME - 180
ME 180 Lab 14Review Test AssembliesCreate a New Part File Check Units! Assemblies Components Add ExistingSelect Part Choose Part File Add Existing Part Dialog Positioning Absolute Mate Repositioning Component Review Position Mating Conditions
Michigan State University - ME - 180
ME 180 Lab 7Face and Edge OperationsInsert Detail FeatureEdge Blend Edge Blend Dialog Box Constant Radius Blend Variable Radius Blend Draft Stationary Faces Stationary Edges Draw Direction Taper Angle Insert Offset/Scale Shell Faces to Pierce D
Michigan State University - ME - 180
ME 180 Lab 16AssembliesReference Sets Format Reference SetsCreate New Assembly Navigator Exploded Views Create Explosion Edit Explosion Reposition Components NOT a new file Review for Test 2Homework: No
Michigan State University - ME - 416
ME 416Computer Assisted Design of Thermal SystemsPractice Problem Set #4 Heat Exchangers1. Setting up our solution table Problem Type: Rating Problem Heat Exchanger Type: Tube &amp; Shell, one shell pass, two tube passes Hot Fluid (Water) TH,in= 80C T
Michigan State University - GLG - 412
LECTURE 1 INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTIONPrincipal aims of this course are as follows: to examine processes associated with contemporary ice masses, especially ice sheets. to identify landforms and sediment associations present at contemporary glacier
Michigan State University - MATH - 421
M421 HW 4 Due Friday Oct. 26From Wade Section 9.2 9.3 9.4 Page Number 269-270 275-277 279 Problems 3(ab) 4, 5, 8 2, 3, 6Non-book Exercises1) For two sets A, B Rn define dist(A, B) =xA,yBinfx-y .(a) Show that if E Rn is closed and K Rn i
Michigan State University - MATH - 421
M421 Analysis IISyllabusProfessor: Keith Promislow, D212 Wells Hall, 432-7135, kpromisl@math.msu.edu Office Hours: Th 10:00-11:00am, W 4:00-5:00pm, or by appt. Text: An Introduction to Analysis, 3rd ed., William Wade CH 5 CH 8 CH 9 Integrability o
Michigan State University - MATH - 421
Michigan State University - GLG - 412
LECTURE 16 - GLACIAL HISTORY OF THE GREAT LAKES BASINPHYSICAL SETTINGThe Great Lakes basin includes a lowland of Paleozoic age and an upland of Precambrian age. Lowland characterized by broad, low morainal ridges, low relief, and mantle of glacial
Michigan State University - MATH - 421
Michigan State University - ME - 180
ME 180 Lab 10Sketcher (con't)Insert SketcherOrient View to Sketch Sketch - Preferences Constraints Dimensional Constraints Sketch Dimensions Dialog Box Value Slider Again, Recommend to Stay Away From Horizontal and Vertical Dimensions Text Heigh
Michigan State University - ME - 180
ME180 Lab Final Project Spring 2008Project:Organize into groups of 4 students each (from same lab section. Some groups may need to consist of 3 members). Disassemble physical product assembly given to each group and determine approximate dimensions
Michigan State University - ME - 180
ME 180 Lab, Spring 2004 Lab 3:Lab 3 assignment:Lab 4:Lab 4 assignment:
Michigan State University - ME - 180
ME 180 Lab 17Test 2Homework: None
Michigan State University - ME - 201
ME 201ThermodynamicsBoundary Work Guide The boundary work out of a system (work done by system on the surrounds) is defined asWbnd = PdVor on a per mass basisw bnd = PdvIf following a calculation it is determined that the boundary work is n
Michigan State University - ME - 180
ME 180 Lab 6ExpressionsTools ExpressionsListed Expressions All Naming, Formula and Units Practice with Many Parts from Projects - pactice_parts!Homework: Yes, HW 6
Michigan State University - ME - 416
Fall 2007ME 416 Computer Assisted Design of Thermal SystemsQuiz #4 Closed Book, Closed Notes A cooling coil is used to take air at 0.06 kg of dry air per second, 31C, and 70% relative humidity and cool it to 18C. What are the heat transfer rate re
Michigan State University - ME - 416
Fall 2007ME 416 Computer Assisted Design of Thermal SystemsQuiz #4 Solution A cooling coil is used to take air at 0.06 kg of dry air per second, 31C, and 70% relative humidity and cool it to 18C. What are the heat transfer rate required (in kJ) an
Michigan State University - GLG - 412
LECTURE 3a - CAUSES OF ICE AGESQUATERNARY CLIMATE Current worldwide average temperature is about 14C ( 58F). Deep sea record shows about 30 warm and 30 cold stages within the Pleistocene. During the last 600 ka a cold stage/warm stage cycle had a
Michigan State University - ME - 416
ME 416 CAD of Thermal SystemsComputer Assisted Design of Thermal SystemsSteam Turbine Calculations In an ideal thermodynamic sense steam turbines are treated as isentropic devices. Though actual steam turbines deviate from this ideal performance,
Michigan State University - LBS - 172
Nitroglycerine4C3H5N3O9(l) 12CO2(g) + 10H2O(g) + 6N2(g) + O2(g)100 g Nitro1mol Nitro 227 g Nitro29 mol gas 4mol Nitro Or= 3.193 mol gas= .110 mol O2 = .661 mol N2 = 1.10 mol H2O = 1.32 mole CO2Nitroglycerine4C3H5N3O9(l) 12CO2(g) + 10H2O
Michigan State University - ME - 416
ME 416Computer Assisted Design of Thermal SystemsSolutions to Practice Problem Set #2 Turbomachinery 1. We begin by determining the actual power. The actual power will be determined from the generic centrifugal compressor graph. The inlet volume fl
Michigan State University - GLG - 412
LECTURE 6 THERAMAL AND FLOW PROPERTIES OF GLACIERSTHERMAL PROPERTIESWarm glaciers are at the pressure melting pointPeculation and refreezing of meltwater elevates the internal temperature of ice to the pressure melting point (LHF=80cal/g). The
Michigan State University - ME - 180
ME 180 Lab 12Tube, Swept, Sweep Along a Guide and Variational Sweep Insert Sweep Tube Tube Dialog Box Outer Diameter Inner Diameter Guide String Insert Swept Select Section String Select Guide String Insert Sweep Sweep Along a Guide Select Sect
Michigan State University - ME - 180
ME 180 Lab 9SketcherInsert SketchSketch Proper Sketch Layers Naming a Sketch Sketch Plane(s) Attaching a Sketch to the WCS Attaching a Sketch to a Face Sketch View Orientation Sketch Curves Lines Arcs Profile Quick Trim Quick Extend Fillet Cons
Michigan State University - ME - 180
ME 180 Lab Final ProjectProject Score Sheet Section Number _ Group Members: _ _Group Number____Fishing Reel Turned in Functioning: (15 points) _Freehand 2-Pt. Perspective Sketches: (15 points) _Project Presentation: (30 points) _Projec
Michigan State University - ME - 221
ME 221 Statics LECTURE #9 Sections: 3.1 - 3.3ME 221Lecture 91Exam #1 ResultsAverage Score: ? Scores posted on Angel Solution to be posted on Angel today See syllabus for regrade policyHomework #4 Chapter 3 problems: 1, 4, 8, 11, 17, 2
Michigan State University - ME - 221
ME 221 StaticsLecture #9 Sections 9.1 9.6ME221 Lecture 9 1Homework #4 Chapter 4 problems: 52 &amp; 54 Chapter 9 problems 2, 11 &amp; 32 Due Monday, June 14 MatLab Group Problems ME2214.13 plot as a function of R with 0 &lt; &lt; 45 4.51 plot
Michigan State University - ME - 221
ME 221 StaticsLecture #13 Sections 4.1 4.2ME221Lecture 131Homework #5 Chapter 3 problems: 48, 51, 55, 57, 61, 62, 65, 71, 72 &amp; 75 May use MathCAD, etc. to solve Due Friday, October 3ME221Lecture 132Distributed Forces (Loads); Ce
Michigan State University - ME - 221
ME 221 Statics Lecture #13 Sections 5.1 5.7 Exam #2 ReviewME221 Lecture 13 1Homework #5 Chapter 9 problem: 43 Chapter 5 problems 11, 20, 56 &amp; 69 Due Monday, June 21 MatLab Group Problems 5.22, 5.37 &amp; 5.58 Due Wednesday, June 23ME221
Michigan State University - ME - 221
ME 221 Statics Lecture #29 Sections 6.6 6.7ME221Lecture #291Homework #10Chapter 7 problems: 2, 5, 6, 8, 19, 21, 24, 26 &amp; 35 Due TodayME221Lecture #292Homework #11Chapter 6 problems: 2, 3, 6 &amp; 7 Method of Joints 32, 36, 47 &amp;
Michigan State University - ME - 221
ME 221 Statics Lecture #28 Sections 6.1 6.4ME221Lecture 281Homework #10Chapter 7 problems: 2, 5, 6, 8, 19, 21, 24, 26 &amp; 35 Due Friday, November 7ME221Lecture 282Homework #11Chapter 6 problems: 2, 3, 6 &amp; 7 Method of Joints 32,
Michigan State University - ME - 221
ME 221 Statics Lecture #34 Sections 8.1 8.2ME221Lecture 341Homework #11Chapter 6 problems: 2, 3, 6 &amp; 7 Method of Joints 32, 36, 47 &amp; 53 Method of Sections 68 &amp; 75Due TodayME221Lecture 342Homework #12Chapter 8 problems: 1, 2
Michigan State University - ISP - 203A
Earth's Energy Budget1.0 Factors driving natural climate changePlate Tectonics position of continents through geologic influence climate at specific locations as well as globally by redistributing absorbed short-wave radiation and providing land m
Michigan State University - ISP - 203A
GLOSSARY FOR LECTURE 08 anaerobic - A biological process that occurs in absence of oxygen. anoxic - without oxygen. bar - unit of pressure equal to a million dynes per square centimeter. Coriolis force - An apparent force caused by rotation of Earth.
Michigan State University - ISP - 203A
ISP 203A - SAMPLE QUESTIONS FOR FIRST EXAMMakeup exam requires a doctor's excuseAnswers in boldActual exam will have 40 Multiple Choice, 40 True and FalseEARTH'S STRUCTUREEvidence that the universe originated in a &quot;big bang&quot; includes a. the di
Michigan State University - ISP - 203A
LECTURE 12 - GLACIAL HISTORY OF THE GREAT LAKES BASIN1.0 PHYSICAL SETTINGThe Great Lakes basin includes lowland of Paleozoic age and upland of Precambrian age. Lowland characterized by broad, low morainal ridges, low relief, and mantle of glacial s
Michigan State University - ISP - 203A
LECTURE 9 - Ocean Dynamics1.0 Character of Sea FloorOceanic ridges Detailed mapping of Atlantic seafloor during cold war revealed great ridge 65,000 km long and 1500 km wide with central valley (rift valley) 1-3 km deep. Built of basalt. Similar in
Michigan State University - ISP - 203A
GLOSSARY FOR LECTURE 13DANSGAARD-OESCHGER EVENTS - Sudden and short-lived significant warm events during the last glacial phase that are recorded in Greenland ice-core oxygenisotope records. EEMIAN WARM STAGE Term used to define last interglacial p
Michigan State University - ISP - 203A
LECTURE 4 EARTHQUAKE DYNAMICS1.0 FRACTURES AND FAULTSCREEP VS. SEISMIC SLIP STRESS STRAIN ENERGY POINT OF ELASTIC REBOUND TYPE OF FAULTS C C C C NORMAL (TENSIONAL) REVERSE (COMPRESSIONAL) THRUST (LOW ANGLE COMPRESSIONAL) SLIP-STRIKE (HORIZONTAL MO
Michigan State University - ISP - 203A
LECTURE 5: VOLCANO DYNAMICS1.0 DISTRIBUTION OF VOLCANOSDIVERGENT BOUNDARIESC ICELANDCONVERGENT BOUNDARIESC HOT SPOTS C HAWAII PACIFIC RING OF FIRE1.1 TYPES OF MAGMABASALTIC C C C RYOLYTIC C C C ANDESITIC C C INTERMEDIATE COMPOSITION INTERMED
Michigan State University - ISP - 203A
LECTURE 7: METEORITE IMPACTS1.0 METEORITICSMETEOROID METEOR (IONIZES) SHOOTING STARS SHOWERS METEORITE ANN ARBOR1.1 COMPOSITION AND CLASSIFICATIONSTONES MOST ABUNDANT (94%) MAINLY SILICATES, SOME CARBONACEOUS CHONDRITES CONTAIN CHONDRULES (GLASS
Michigan State University - ISP - 203A
LECTURE 14 - SHORELINES AND COASTAL PROCESSES1.0 CHARACTERISTICS OF MICHIGAN'S SHORELINELOWER PENINSULA - GENERALLY CONTINUOUS BEACHES UPPER PENINSULA - GENERALLY HEADLANDS AND BAYS2.0NATURE OF THE SHORELINEBEACH FACE BERM DUNE LONGSHORE BAR W
Michigan State University - ME - 424
Application of the Finite Element Method Using MARC and MentatAppendix 1-1Appendix 1: Helpful TidbitsModifying your .cshrc file to enable easier execution of Mentat and Marc: This section is only valid for Michigan State University users. Add th
Michigan State University - ME - 424
Introduction to Finite Element Analysis Using MARCiPrefaceThe primary objective of this book is to guide the student through a variety of engineering analysis experiences using the finite element method (FEM), thereby motivating and assisting th
Michigan State University - ME - 424
Application of the Finite Element Method Using MARC and Mentat10-1Chapter 10: Composite Micromechanics10.1 Problem Statement and Objectives Given the micromechanical geometry and the material properties of each constituent, it is possible to est
Michigan State University - ME - 424
Application of the Finite Element Method Using MARC and Mentat5-1Chapter 5: Analysis of a Truss5.1 Problem Statement and Objectives A truss will be analyzed in order to predict whether any members will fail due to either material yield or buckli
Michigan State University - ME - 424
ME 424 Computational Mechanics Spring, 2005Course Introduction to the finite element method and its applications in engineering Description: mechanics, mechanical engineering, civil engineering and materials science. Text: Time: Room: Web Page: Inst
Michigan State University - ME - 424
Application of the Finite Element Method Using MARC and Mentat3-1Chapter 3: Tapered BarKeywords: 1D elasticity, 2D elasticity, plane stress, model symmetry, convergence Modeling Procedures: ruled surface, convert 3.1 Problem Statement and Object
Michigan State University - ME - 424
Application of the Finite Element Method Using MARC and Mentat6-1Chapter 6: Modal Analysis of a Cantilevered Tapered BeamKeywords: elastic beam, 2D elasticity, plane stress, convergence, modal analysis Modeling Procedures: ruled surface, convert
Michigan State University - ME - 424
Application of the Finite Element Method Using MARC and Mentat4-1Chapter 4: Tapered BeamKeywords: elastic beam, 2D elasticity, plane stress, convergence, deformed geometry Modeling Procedures: ruled surface, convert 4.1 Problem Statement and Obj
Michigan State University - ME - 424
Application of the Finite Element Method Using MARC and Mentat8-1Chapter 8: Aircraft Fuselage WindowKeywords: 2D elasticity, plane stress, symmetry, superposition Modeling Procedures: ruled surface, convert, biased mesh 8.1 Problem Statement and
Michigan State University - ISP - 203A
LECTURE 16 - DEMAND AND SUPPLY FOR FOSSIL FUELS1.0 U.S. AND WORLD ENERGY PRODUCTIONNATURAL GAS PETROLEUM COAL HYDROPOWER NUCLEAR POWER2.0 EXTENSION OF OIL AND GAS RESOURCESOIL U.S. OIL PAST PRODUCTION OF ABOUT 55 BILLION BARRELS PROVEN RESERVES
Michigan State University - ISP - 203A
MASS EXTINCTION DEFORESTATION FAMINE PLAGUE1.3 RECORDS OF GLOBAL CHANGEEXAMPLE - GREENLAND AND ANTACTIC ICE-CORE RECORDS EXAMPLE - GLOBAL TEMPERATURE RECORDS SINCE 1861LECTURE 1: GLOBAL CHANGE1.0 GLOBAL CHANGENATURAL (e.g. GLACIATION) ANTHROPO
Michigan State University - ISP - 203A
LECTURE 17- ALTERNATIVE ENERGY RESOURCES17.1 FISSION POWERFISSION SPLITTING APART OF ATOMIC NUCLEI WITH ACCOMPANYING RELEASE OF ENERGY 20 OUT OF &gt;250 ISOTOPES SUPPORT FISSION POWER GENERATION FUEL ENRICHED IN URANIUM-235 (0.7% OF ALL URANIUM) CONTR
Michigan State University - ME - 424
ME 424 Lab Report GuidelinesLab reports should be typed using a word processor. Equations may be hand-written, if necessary. The line spacing should be 1.5, and the font size should be 12-point. One-inch margins should be used throughout. Figures sh
Michigan State University - MATH - 421
Michigan State University - ME - 416
Fall 2007ME 416Computer Assisted Design of Thermal SystemsQuiz #2 Closed Book, Closed Notes An actual axial compressor has inlet air at 270 K and 80 kPa applies a pressure ratio of 3.64. For a mass flow rate of 23 kg/s, determine the required act