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A 1. tank is filled with seawater to a depth of 12 ft. If the specific gravity of seawater is 1.03 and the atmospheric pressure at this location is 14.8 psi, the absolute pressure (psi) at the bottom of the tank is most nearly A. 5.4 B. 20.2 C. 26.8 D. 27.2 Hint: Absolute pressure = gage pressure + atmospheric pressure where, gage pressure = zh and z = specific weight of seawater = SG x w Solution: z = 1.03 (62.4...

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Swinburne - EN - hes2340
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HES5320 Week 2 Tutorial Problem Solutions 2009
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Name : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Student No. : . . . . . . . . . . . Mark : . . . . . . . . . . .HES 5320 - SOLID MECHANICS Sample Mid-Semester TestTime Allowed: 60 Minutes. Marks : 15 Marks Total.Instructions : State all equations used. Hand h
Swinburne - EN - hes2340
Flat Circular Pressure PlateThe aim of this Experiment is to measure the behaviour of a thin flat aluminium circular plate with clamped edges due to a series of pressure steps ( p) and then to compare these experimental readings with theoretical calculat
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Faculty of Engineering and Industrial SciencesH ES 5320 - SOL I D M EC HAN ICSLAB. 1 - Flat Circular Pressure Plate - 2009STUDENT NAMES &amp; No.s Lab. Date &amp; Time / Demonstrator : INTRODUCTION :The aim of this Experiment is to measure the behaviour of a
Swinburne - EN - hes2340
p = 40kPa Load Case 2 p = 40kPa, 200N force Comosworks p = 20kPa DisplacementStress - Radial Stress - Tang. Displacement Stress - Radial Stress Tang. Displacement: Node X (m) Value (mm) Value (N/m^2) Value (N/m^2) Value (mm) Value (N/m^2) Value (N/m^2) No
Swinburne - EN - hes2340
Faculty of Engineering and Industrial SciencesHES 5320 - SOLID MECHANICS FE ASSIGNMENT - FLAT CIRCULAR PRESS. PLATE - 2009STUDENT NAMES &amp; No.s : Matthew DeBrincat 6164811 INTRODUCTION :This assignment combines Practical Lab 1 with the Finite Element An
Swinburne - EN - hes2340
Swinburne University of Technology Engineering and Industrial Sciences Subject HES4350 Mechanical Systems Design Stirling Power GeneratorbyMatthew DeBrincat Jiadi Wu Priestly Maniphet6164811 6165028 6165575 Group Number: 4Mechanical Engineering/Busine
Swinburne - EN - hes2340
Swinburne University of Technology Engineering and Industrial Sciences Subject HES4350 Mechanical Systems Design Stirling Power GeneratorbyMatthew DeBrincat Jiadi Wu Priestly Maniphet6164811 6165028 6165575 Group Number: 4Mechanical Engineering/Busine
Swinburne - EN - hes2340
Swinburne University of Technology Engineering and Industrial Sciences Subject HES4350 Mechanical Systems Design Stirling Power GeneratorbyMatthew DeBrincat Jiadi Wu Priestly Maniphet6164811 6165028 6165575 Group Number: 4Mechanical Engineering/Busine
Swinburne - EN - hes2340
Swinburne University of Technology Engineering and Industrial Sciences Subject HES4350 Mechanical Systems Design Stirling Power GeneratorbyMatthew DeBrincat Jiadi Wu Priestly Maniphet6164811 6165028 6165575 Group Number: 4Mechanical Engineering/Busine
Swinburne - EN - hes2340
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Swinburne University of Technology Engineering and Industrial Sciences Subject HES4350 Mechanical Systems Design Stirling Power GeneratorbyMatthew DeBrincat Jiadi Wu Priestly Parafet6164811Mechanical Engineering/Business Mechanical Engineering Mechani
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Determine the thickness of the hot chamber. Assumption: Chamber acts as a sealed pressure vessel. No energy is lost (Equilibrium). Properties of material is constant No external force Static and 1-D problem Poutside = PatmosphereProperties: I will fill i
Swinburne - EN - hes2340
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Langara - PHIL - 3200
The Love Canal tragedy was a chain reaction of bad decision-making by all parties involved; although it is difficult to point blame, we are placing the majority of the blame on the government (city council and Niagara Falls School Board) and its agents (a
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Compartmentalization: People compartmentalize their work atmosphere as an unethical corporation and act immorally for the corporation, but in their real life home atmosphere are good people. I t also applies to t rying to maintain a good image for the cor
Langara - PHIL - 3200
Prior to the purchase of the land, the government showed interest in the property currently owned by Hooker Chemical Company due to their desire to meet the needs of a rapidly growing community (post World War II baby boom). The site was feasible for the
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Final Exam Material: No environmental stuff Nothing already tested on All text related questions need reasons for and reasons against and which is most convincing and why? Approx. 7 short answers (1 per chapter) and 1 essay
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Delaware - CISC - 106
omeFcn(number, number) -&gt; true/false%Description:% This function tests our sumThreeNums function and returns the result as true or falsefunction result = sumThreeNumsTest()result = true;if (sumThreeNums(3,4,5) ~= 12) disp('error calculating sumThree
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sumThreeNums(1,2,3)ans = 6sumThreeNums(2,7,1)ans = 10sumThreeNums(8,10,14)ans = 32sumThreeNums(45,75,37)ans = 157sumThreeNums(167,73,71)ans = 311sumThreeNums(85,0,1)ans = 86
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relationalOps(0)n is ten or less relationalOps(10)n is ten or less relationalOps(11)n is between 10 and 20 relationalOps(19)n is between 10 and 20 relationalOps(20)n is twenty or greater but less than 30 relationalOps(29)n is twenty or greater
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absoluteValue(5)ans = 5absoluteValue(-3)ans = 3absoluteValue(9373)ans = 9373absoluteValue(-35)ans = 35absoluteValue(-7493)ans = 7493absoluteValue(-72)ans = 72absoluteValue(0)ans = 0
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umThreeNums (number, number, number) -&gt; number%Description% This function computes the sum of three given numbers.% Example% sumThreeNums(1, 2, 3) -&gt; 6% sumThreeNums(4, 3, 1) -&gt; 8function output = sumThreeNums(num1, num2, num3)output = num1 + num2
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% sumIntsFunction(number) -&gt; number% Description:% This function evaluates the function sumInts() and returns the result true% or false as a numberfunction output = sumIntsTest()output = true;if (sumInts(3) ~= 6) disp('error calculating sumInts(3)'
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umIntSquare (number) -&gt; number%Description: Uses a for loop to find the sum of the squaresof each of the positive integers from 1 to 'finish'.%Examples: % sumIntSquare(3) -&gt; 14% sumIntSquare(4) -&gt; 30% sumIntSquare(10) -&gt; 385function output = sumIntS
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umInts: scalar -&gt; scalar%Description: Uses a for loop to find the sum of the positive integers from 1 to finish.%Examples: % sumInts(3) -&gt; 6% sumInts(10) -&gt; 55% sumInts(300) -&gt; 45150function sum = sumInts(finish) sum = 0; for current = [1:finish]
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% sumIntSquareFunction(number) -&gt; number% Description:% This function evaluates the function sumIntSquare() and returns the result true% or false as a numberfunction output = sumIntSquareTest()output = true;if (sumIntSquare(1) ~= 1) disp('error cal
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phereVolumefunction(number) -&gt; number%Description:% This takes the given value, performs the necessary computations then% returns the result as a number.function output = sphereVolumeTest()output = true;if (sphereVolume(0) ~= 0) disp('error calcula
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sphereVolumeTestsphereVolumeTest passedans = 1
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&gt; 5*2ans = 10&gt; area = pi * 6^2area = 113.0973&gt; volume = pi * 8 * 2^2volume = 100.5310&gt; e = 25 + 83/8 * 2e = 45.7500&gt; x = sin(pi/2)x = 1&gt; y = x * 25y = 25&gt; 5*2ans = 10
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% relationalOps(number) -&gt; statement about n% Description:% This function will take a given number and print a statement about% that number, e.g n is greater than ten% Examples:% relationalOps(0) -&gt; n is 10 or less% relationalOps(19) -&gt; n is between
Delaware - CISC - 106
fprintf ('The value of 0.1 is %5.3f \n', 0.1)The value of 0.1 is 0.100 fprintf ('The value of 0.2 is %2.3f \n', 0.2)The value of 0.2 is 0.200 fprintf ('The value of 0.2 is %8.6f \n', 0.3)The value of 0.2 is 0.300000 fprintf ('The value of 0.3 is %8.
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the meaning of what you typed:ls - lists all the files you have in the folder you are inmkdir cisc - creates a new directory in your current directory called &quot;cisc&quot;cd . - will take you back to your previously visited directorycd ~ - is the same thing
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a = [1 2 3];aa = 1 2 3b = 1:2:6b = 1 3 5c = [1 2 3 4; 3 4 5 6];cc = 1 2 3 4 3 4 5 6d = zeros(4,1)';dd = 0 0 0 0
Delaware - CISC - 106
%lineOfStars: number =&gt; display row of asterisks%Description: prints a single row of asterisks, length given by the%parameter.%Examples%lineOfStars(3) =&gt; * %lineOfStars(0) =&gt; %lineOfStars(5) =&gt; *function [] = lineOfStars(len) if (len &lt;= 0) fprint
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drawTriangle(6)******drawTriangle(0)drawTriangle(3)***drawTriangle(8)********drawTriangle(2)**
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% isMagicSquareTest() -&gt; true/false% Description: % This function tests whether isMagicSquare function evaluates%correctly. function output = isMagicSquareTest() output = true; if (isMagicSquare(magic(4) ~= 1) disp('error calculating isMagicSquare
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% isMagicSquare(matrix) -&gt; true/false% Description:% Tests to see if the matrix, m, is a magic square and returns the% result as a valuefunction output = isMagicSquare(m)m = [8 1 6; 3 5 7; 4 9 2];for index = 1:length(m) if (sumDiagLeftToRight(m) ~=
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% drawTriangle(number) -&gt; triangle of asterisks% Description:% This function will take a given number and produce a right-angled triangle with a% decreasing number of asterisks in each row.% Examples:% drawTriangle(0) -&gt;%% drawTriangle(3) -&gt;% *%
Delaware - CISC - 106
circleArea (3)ans = 28.2743circleArea (19)ans = 1.1341e+03circleArea (106)ans = 3.5299e+04circleArea (12)ans = 452.3893circleArea (18)ans = 1.0179e+03circleArea (3)ans = 28.2743circleArea (1)ans = 3.1416circleArea (5.43)ans = 92.629
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%circleArea(number) -&gt; number %Description:% This function computes the area of a circle given the radius.%Examples:% circleArea(3) -&gt; 28% circleArea(5) -&gt; 78 % circleArea(45) -&gt; 6362function x = circleArea (radius)x = pi * radius * radius;
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%absoluteValue (number) -&gt; number%Description:% This functixon evaluates a given number and returns its absolute value%Examples:% absoluteValue(-3) -&gt; 3% absoluteValue(16) -&gt; 16% absoluteValue(5) -&gt; 5function output = absoluteValue(x)output = x;i
Ivy Tech Community College - PSYCH - 101
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