ex04 - ECOR 2606 Assignment #4 1/. Two skydivers jump out...

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ECOR 2606 Assignment #4 1/. Two skydivers jump out of a stationary balloon. The first skydiver has a drag coefficient of 0.3 kg/m and a mass of 60kg. The second skydiver has a drag coefficient of 0.2 kg/m and a mass of 50 kg. If the second jumper jumps 3 seconds after the first jumper, how long will it take him to catch up with the first jumper? Initially the distance between the jumpers will increase. What will the maximum separation be and at what time will it occur? Express all times in seconds after the second jumper's departure from the balloon. All necessary formulas can be found in the notes and the text. Submit an m-file (to be called skydivers.m) that determines and outputs the required values. See the note at the end of this assignment. 2/. This question is problem 8.5 from the text. A process involves five reactors, two input flows, and two output flows. The diagram shows the flow paths and volume of each flow. Assume that the flows are in l/s. (it doesn't really matter what the units are but having units makes the
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This note was uploaded on 06/17/2010 for the course ECOR 2606 taught by Professor Goheen during the Summer '10 term at Carleton CA.

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ex04 - ECOR 2606 Assignment #4 1/. Two skydivers jump out...

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