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ENG_010 LOG _1 Approximate Class Contents. (01/08) Course introduction, General Logistics, Schedules and Organization Three questions. Review of The scientific method Architects of Motion: Aristotle, Galileo, Newton (01/10) summary of 01/08 contents

• UC Davis ENG 10
Classical Mechanics From chapters 1-7 Work, power, energy Work = force x distance Power = work/time Energy = capacity to do work Kinetic energy = m.v2 Potential Energy = energy due to interactions between bodies (e.g., gravitational PE = m.g.h) W

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How Car Engines Work Engine.swf Otto Cycle Four strokes Air-fuel Compression ratio Ratio (fuel injection) (9:1) Spark (20k V) Catalytic Convertor EGR Fuel injection Ignition emissions Multi-cylinder engines In-line 4 V-6 Valve train and

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Laws of motion mechanics Scientific Method Observation, hypothesis, experiment, law, theory Architects of mechanics and motions Aristotle, Galileo, and Newton Aristotle\'s Theory of Natural and Violent Motion Motion proceeds from the nature (earth,

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Accelerating Trajectory Instantaneous velocity at any time Inst. Vel. = initial velocity + acceleration x time V = U + at Average velocity (HOW FAST) V(average) = (V + U)/2 Distance traveled (HOW FAR) S = Ut + (1/2) at2 Free fall under 10 m/s2 Time

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\"The Science Behind The Technology in our lives\" Technology is the development and application of tools, machines,automation, materials and processes that help to solve human problems. Science is both a systematic process of gaining knowledge, and

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Heat it refers to the invisible microscopic energy on the atomi

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ENG 010: Problem Set # 1 The Scientific Method. Question 1 The first step of the scientific method involves: a. forming a hypothesis. b. making observations. c. performing an experiment. d. predicting the result of an experiment Answer: (b) Question

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Mid-Term Practice Please also review class notes and Homework question set A nice tutorial on all questions of interest to us so far is also at hyperphysics web site http:/hyperphysics.phyastr.gsu.edu/hbase/hframe.html under mechanics, heat, and ther

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GOLDEN GATE CHAPTER October 2001 Meeting Notice \$20 - retirees; \$10 - students 6:00 pm - Fellowship Hour 6:45 pm - Dinner 7:45 pm - Chapter Business 8:00 pm
http://www.ggc-asmi.ucdavis.edu/Files/GGC-ASMI-10-2001.pdf

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UC DaviS DepartMent oF MUSiC preSentS tHe D. K e r n H o lo M a n , Co n D U C to r Dan Fl anagan, violin U n i v e r S i t y o F t H e pa C i F i C S y M p H o n y o r C H e S t r a w i t h t h e U C D av i S U n i v e r S i t y C H o r U S n
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University of California, Davis The Department of Music presents the Dcn YMPHONY ORCHESTRA D. Kern Holoman, conductor with the UNIVERSITY CHORUS Paul Hillier, conductor Kathleen McCoy, soprano Craig Morphis, baritone PROGRAM Symphony No.3 in A Min
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