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in-classassessmentquestionspre-exam1 - Consider the...

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Consider the gradient operator, When operating on a scalar, such as pressure, the resultant is: A) A vector field B) The direction of maximum rate of change of the scalar C) The magnitude of the maximum rate of change of the scalar *D) All of the above
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Fourier’s Law, or the conduction rate equation is: 1) Fundamental 2) Derived from first principles *3) Phenomenological *4) Developed from observed phenomena
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The following is a differential equation: dT/dx = 1 *1) True 2) False
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Which of the following are functions that could satisfy the DiffyQ: dT/dx = 1 *1) T = x *2) T = ax *3) T = ax+b *4) T = ax 2 +bx+c
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What determines whether a specific function is an needed solution to the DiffyQ? 1) If it satisfies the DiffyQ mathematically 2) If it satifies the BCs *3) 1 and 2 4) What?
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Consider SS 1-D heat transfer without heat generation and constant k through a plane wall: 1) q is not a function of position in the wall 2) q” is not a function of position in the wall 3) The temperature profile is linear *4) All of the above
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