HW02s10 - COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT...

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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN Department of Chemical Engineering•Austin, Texas 78712-1062•(512)471-5238•FAX(512)471-7060 ChE 210 Homework 2 Due: Monday, February 8 Sequential Algorithms These problems introduce the very basics of MATLAB programming. The algorithms are all sequential, and the programs easy to understand, but demonstrate some important concepts − input, output, builtin functions. Most of each problem has been worked, only a few simple assignment statements are necessary in most cases. Each program must be written as an M-file and executed from the MATLAB command line with the supplied inputs. For each problem copy and paste code into a text document, then below it paste the output from the program. I believe you should be able to get each problem on a single page. All pages must be stapled together. Place your name, ChE 210, Homework 2, and the date at the top of the first page. When you turn in your homework fold your pages lengthwise and write your name on the outside so that it is readable when the fold is to your left. 1. When making metal castings the final part is often dipped in a vat of water followed by dipping in an acid bath as a final cleaning step. When the part is removed from the water bath and placed in the acid bath, some pure water clinging to the part is added to the acid bath and the acidity of the bath
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2010 for the course ECO 304K taught by Professor Hickenbottom during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas.

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HW02s10 - COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT...

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