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Course: ECE 309, Fall 2009
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INTRODUCTION ECE309 TO THERMODYNAMICS &amp; HEAT TRANSFER 16 June 2004 Midterm Examination R. Culham This is a 90 minute, closed-book examination. You are permitted to use one 8.5 in. 11 in. crib sheet (one side only), Conversion Factors (inside cover of text) and the Property Tables and Figures from your text book. There are 4 questions to be answered. Read the questions very carefully. Clearly state all...

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