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### Ae104a_MST_summaries

Course: AE 104a, Fall 2009
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of Ae104aHomework#4 Development an indirect counterbalanced pendulum opticallever thrust balance for micro to millinewtonthrustmeasurement.ByA.N.GrubiiandS.B.Gabriel: Meas.Sci.Technol.21105101(2010). AsummarybyGarrettLewisandDustinSummy. A device is developed to indirectly measure thrust produced by microthrusters similar to those used in spacecraft. The thrust balance is designed to provide a lowcost and...

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Ae/APh 104aFinal examSolutions1/3 [20pts] (a) [2pts] Using the ideal op-amp assumptions, V+ = V = 0 suchthat V1 = R1 I1 and Vw = Iw Rw = IF RF , and I1 = IF .Thus, substituting for IF = I1 = V1 /R1 ,Vw = V1RF.R1(b) [6pts] Want to relate Vs to Vw
Caltech - AE - 104a
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Ae/APh 104aHomeworkProblem Set #1ISSUED: Tuesday, October 5, 2010DUE: Tuesday, October 12, 2010 (in class)1/2 A microcalorimeter is designed to measure the power of an incoming photon stream by converting it to a change in temperature in an absorber,
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Ae/APh 104aHomeworkProblem Set #2ISSUED: Tuesday, October 12, 2010DUE: Tuesday, October 19, 2010 (in class)1/3 For a segment of an innitely long wire placed normal to a ow of airthat has mean velocity U and mean temperature Ta , a simple heat transf
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Ae/APh 104aHomeworkProblem Set #3ISSUED: Tuesday, October 19, 2010DUE: Tuesday, October 26, 2010 (in class)1/3 The device shown below is a proposed design for a pressure transducer inwhich the gage pressure P is indicated by the displacement y .(a)
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Ae/APh 104aHomeworkProblem Set #5ISSUED: Thursday, November 11, 2010DUE: Thursday, November 18, 2010 (in class)1/4 Basic op-amp circuitsBy nding expressions for the output in each case, determine the functions ofthe following op-amp circuits:(a)(
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