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Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
CE 111: E nvironmental E ngineering\tITDTERM EXAM #23 N ovember 20101. Concepts in e nvironmental transport (4 points; 1 each)P rovide a b rief a nswer t o e ach o f t he following questions to demonstrate y our k nowledge a ndunderstanding o f e nvi
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CE 111: Environmental EngineeringMID TERM EXAM #23 November 2010SOLUTION1. Concepts in environmental transport(a) Ja = U C; Ja = advective flux (g m-2 h-1); U = fluid speed (m h-1); C = concentration (g m-3)(b) The parameter is the turbulent diffusi
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
University of California at BerkeleyDepartment of Civil and Environmental EngineeringCEE 120: Structural EngineeringSpring 2005Midterm 102/23/05, 502 Davis Hall, 2 hoursNameProblem12345totalPointsMaximum2020202020100Honor Pledge:I h
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UniversityofCalifornia,BerkeleyDepartmentofCivilandEnvironmentalEngineeringCE120/Instructor:MariosPanagiotou/Spring200904/22/09MidtermExam2Duration(2hoursand15minutes)Name:MaximumPointsScoreProblem130Problem230Problem330Problem420Total
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
University of California at BerkeleyDepartment of Civil and Environmental EngineeringCEE 122Fall 2001Practice Midterm 1:Tension and Compression Members10/11/01, 502 Davis Hall, 2 hoursNameProblem1234totalPointsMaximum25252525100Honor
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Last Name_ First Name _Student ID_All the information you need is provided. Therefore, out ofrespect for other students and in order not to disturb themduring the exam, please DO NOT ask any questions. With bestof luck! A.A.UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
University of California BerkeleyDepartment of Civil and Environmental EngineeringCEE 122: Design of Steel StructuresFall 2008Midterm 1:Tension and Compression Members10/14/08, 502 Davis Hall, 2 hoursNameProblem1234totalPointsMaximum2525
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
University of California BerkeleyDepartment of Civil and Environmental EngineeringCEE 122: Design of Steel StructuresFall 2008Midterm 2:Beams and Beam-Columns11/18/2008, 502 Davis Hall, 2 hoursNameProblem1234totalPointsMaximum252525251
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Name: _University of California, BerkeleySemester 200xDepartment of Civil EngineeringFallInstructor: S. A. MahinCE 124 - Design of Timber StructuresTrial FINAL EXAMINATIONThis examination is open book andnotes. Please show all calculations andind
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Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
FINAL EXAMINATIONProblem l a (10pbbu)~~h.~~~~ThereLan* hs~thef~,F,~omthepointC~BoraeFbbdowa~toad,F, the @tion ~ hown the Qpmh the W -brim,inp d t h . (1) FIndinternal &amp;al forces for mlumn AC, BC,aad CD;(2) Find t erItcal load Fh,?
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Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
max = Vmax Q/It with Q and t for the neutral axis, and Vmax = 10kNQ = (4) (2) (9-6.5) + (1) (8-6.5) (8-6.5)/2 = 21.125 in3 and t = 1inso max = 1.45 kN/in2
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEYSpring Semester, 2005Department of Civil and Environmental EngineeringInstructor: A. K. ChopraCE 130 MIDTERM EXAMINATION NO. 1Please Note:1.Write your answers on these sheets.2.Show all computations; identify you
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEYSpring Semester, 2005Department of Civil and Environmental EngineeringInstructor: A. K. ChopraCE 130 MIDTERM EXAMINATION NO. 2Please Note:1.Write your answers on these sheets.2.Show all computations; identify you
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Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
University of CaliforniaDept. of Civil EngineeringM. CassidySpring 2005CE 155Quiz #1NAME (print clearly): _This quiz (exam) has three parts:Part I: True/False section (four questions)Part II: Short Answer section (one question)Part III: Problem
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
University of CaliforniaDept. of Civil EngineeringM. CassidySpring 2005CE 155Quiz #3NAME (print clearly): _This quiz (exam) has three problems.Try to answer all of them in the allotted time of 50 minutesDO NOT turn this page (and look at the quiz
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
CE 167 Midterm #1Fall 2000Prof. C.W. IbbsQuestion #1 [15 Points]The amount of \$600 per year is to be paid into an account over each of the next 4 years. Thenominal interest rate is 15% per year. Determine the total amount the account will eventually
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CE 167 Midterm #2Fall 2000Prof. C.W. IbbsSolution ManualQuestion #1 [5 points apiece-10 points total]The following questions pertain to the book From the Ground Up. Keep answersconcise and to the point.(a) The book goes into great detail about prob
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
CE 167 Midterm #1Fall 2003Prof. C.W. IbbsDirections: Put your name on your bluebook. This exam is to be completed in a bluebook answers not recordedin a bluebook will not be graded. Place the exam on the inside of you bluebook when finished. Read
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
CE 167 Exam #2Fall 2003Prof. C.W. IbbsDirections: Put your name on this exam. This exam is to be completed on these pages answers notrecorded in this exam will not be graded. Read the question thoroughly before answering. Point totals foreach ques
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
CE167: Engineering Project ManagementProfessor William IbbsMIDTERM 1Fall 2007Date: October 25, 2007Question 1 [9 points]1.a. Discuss one major drawback of the discounted and non-discounted payback methods. [3points][3 points] Drawback: The methods
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
CE167: Engineering Project ManagementProfessor William IbbsMIDTERM 2Fall 2007Date: November 15, 2007Question 1 [8 points]An owner and a contractor have a dispute on the specifications of the plumbing materials in thecurrent contract. The contract d
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
CE 167: Engineering and Project ManagementProfessor William IbbsFall 2010General InstructionsThis exam is to be completed in a bluebook answers not recorded in a bluebook will not be graded.Do not start the exam until directed. You will have until 12
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
CE 167: Engineering and Project ManagementProfessor William IbbsFall 2010General InstructionsThis exam is to be completed in a bluebook answers not recorded in a bluebook will not be graded.Place the exam sheets on the inside of your bluebook when fi
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
CE 167 FinalSpring 2000Prof. C.W. IbbsDirections: Put your name on your bluebook. This exam is to be completed in a bluebook answers not recordedin a bluebook will not be graded. Place the exam on the inside of you bluebook when finished. Read the
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Answers for Midterm#1 and Credit Points Break-DownQuestion #1 [10 points]What elements are necessary for a valid and enforceable contract?OfferAcceptance ( Meeting of the minds, Agreements, etc.)Consideration ( Payment plan, Exchange, etc.)Legal Sub
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Question #1 [10 points]What are the shortcomings of Benefit-Cost Ratio Method?(1) It is only considering Ratio and Portion savings, not the Amount of dollars. 3 points; magnitude, scale, size are okay(2) Its only considering the simple net amounts for
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Solutions for Midterm#1Feb 22,2006Question #1 [10 points]Mary the housepainter knocked on Toms household door on Monday and said I will paint yourhouse for \$20,000. Tom said, I need to think about this and Ill get back to you by Thursday.Tom did not
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
CE 167 Engineering Project ManagementSpring 2006Prof. C.W. IbbsMIDTERM #2_GENERAL INSTRUCTIONSThis exam is to be completed in a bluebook answers not recorded in a bluebook will not begraded. Place the exam sheets on the inside of your bluebook when
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
CE167: Engineering Project ManagementProfessor William IbbsSpring 2007MIDTERM 1 SOLUTIONSDate: February 27, 20071. [15 points]1.a. [3 points] A project is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product orservice.Two characteristics mak
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
CE167: Engineering Project ManagementProfessor William IbbsMIDTERM 2 SOLUTIONSpring 2007Date: April 26, 2007General InstructionsAll work is to be completed in a bluebook answers not recorded in a bluebook will not begraded. Place the exam sheets on
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
/3. Do not look at the other exam pages and do not start to work yet. Wait until all studentshave an exam in hand and Kristen says you may proceed.S.Write your name in the upper right comer of pages X through XX. Read the exam allthe way through befo
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Final: Total 200 points (3-hour exam)[Engineering Economics]IRR Calculation [15 points]One alternative for improving a companys operations is to do nothing for the next 2 years andthen spend \$10,000 on operations. If this course of action is followed,
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Answers for Midterm#1 and Credit Points Break-DownQuestion #1 [10 points]What elements are necessary for a valid and enforceable contract?OfferAcceptance ( Meeting of the minds, Agreements, etc.)Consideration ( Payment plan, Exchange, etc.)Legal Sub
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
Berkeley - CE100 - 13972
CE 152: CEE Systems AnalysisFall 2003 Final Exam (30 points)Professor Samer MadanatProblem 1 (6 points)Assume that the number of highway miles that can be resurfaced, H, is a function of boththe hours of labor, L, and of machines, M:H = 0.5 L0.2 M0.
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CE152: Civil and Environmental Engineering Systems AnalysisFinalProf. Madanat and SenguptaFall 04Problem 1 (5 points)CalAirways has a San Francisco hub. It has three crews based in San Francisco. Table 1 showsCalAirways ights and twelve sequences of
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CE152: Civil and Environmental Engineering Systems AnalysisMidtermProf. Madanat and SenguptaFall 04Problem 1 (6 points)A standard problem in logistics is to determine the optimal size of shipments (i.e., the numberof items) to ship from a warehouse
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