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Quiz B Anonymous - 6 cubic meters Part d The head...

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Quiz B Problem 1: Part a Saturation Plot of Volume K(DH-Ht) K of Pump 3000 Integrator 1 s Ht Discrepancy Desired Head 20 Crystal City 3000 Buena Vista 3000 Area 2.5e5 Add1 Part b

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As the plot shows, the volume of water in the reservoir reaches 4.5e6 cubic meters and then remains constant because at that volume, the amount of water being pumped into the reservoir is equal to the amount being pumped out to each city.
Problem 2: Part a

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Part b The plot for my model of the water flow does not reach equilibrium. Part c The volume of water in the reservoir fluctuates between 3.5 and 4.7*10
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Unformatted text preview: 6 cubic meters. Part d The head fluctuates between 14 and 19 meters. Part e Problem 3: Part a %This function will calculate the capacity (C) of an Automated People Mover %given the headway (h, minimum time between successive trains, seconds), number of %passengers transported per train (np), and the number of trains per %transit unit (nt) function APM(h,np,nt) C = (3600 .* np .* nt) ./ h Part b >> APM(60,50,4) C = 12000 plot(h,C);xlabel( 'headway' );ylabel( 'capacity' );title( 'capacity vs. headway for an APM' ) hold on...
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