ExamII_w2006 - Name MAE 4800 Exam II May 8 2006 Open notes Open book Closed neighbors Open mind Notes • Start exam when instructed – you will

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Unformatted text preview: Name:_____________________________________ MAE 4800 Exam II May 8, 2006 Open notes Open book Closed neighbors Open mind Notes: • Start exam when instructed – you will be given 120 minutes to complete the exam • Write name at top of each page and any additional pages • Read each problem carefully – if you still do not understand, ask • Read the problem again – note what is being asked • Clearly state all assumptions • Clearly show all your work, commenting on what you are doing – keep in mind that your exam communicates to those who are grading what you know • To maximize points, plug in numbers at the end – solve algebraically first • Reference table you are using for properties • Good luck! MAE 4800, Winter 2006 5/08/06 Name:_____________________________________ Problem 1 (50 points) You need to determine the Seebeck coefficient for a particular thermoelectric material. You take an open circuit voltage and temperature difference measurements on a 100 thermocouple, thermoelectric module, as indicated in the figure below. The average of 15 voltage measurements is 2.4V and the average of 15 ∆ T measurements is 50K....
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2009 for the course MAE 4800 taught by Professor Solbrekken during the Spring '09 term at Missouri (Mizzou).

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