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311_guide5 - ME/NE 311 Introduction to Thermal and Fluid...

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ME 311 Reading Guide #5 1/3 ME/NE 311 Introduction to Thermal and Fluid Sciences Reading Guide #5 Chapter 3 Sections 1 through 4 Section 3.1: First Law as a Rate Equation 1. The first law as a rate equation is necessary if we wish to predict the ____________ required for a process to occur. 2. The units of the terms in the rate form of the energy equation are energy per time, with standard SI units of _______________. 3. Temporal changes in work and heat, found on the right hand side of the conservation of energy equation, are represented by a _____________________ located above W and Q. 4. Temporal changes in properties, found on the left hand side of the conservation of energy equation, are represented by ______________________. Section 3.2: Conduction 1. What is the condition called when the temperature in the rod used in the Fourier experiment no longer changes with time? ___________________________________ 2. What variable is used to represent the thermal conductivity of a material? __________ 3.
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