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Unformatted text preview: ENU 4134 Exam #1 Fall 2011 NAME: 1 ENU 4134 Exam #1 Fall 2011 Exam ground rules: The exam will begin promptly at 2020 on Tuesday, October 11 in NSC 227. All exams must be turned in by 2210. You will need, at minimum, a scientific calculator. You may use a graphing/programmable calculator. Any communication (including mobile phones, laptops, or face-to-face with classmates in the room) is grounds for immediate and final collection of your exam with no more work permitted and any work already completed that, in the instructors judgement, was aided by said communication not considered in grading. Put your name on every page. The exam will proceed in two stages: 1. STAGE 1: Closed book, closed notes. This is the conceptual portion of the exam. Once you turn in STAGE 1, you will receive a STAGE 2 exam document. 2. STAGE 2: Restricted open note, problem-solving part. You may use the following: T&Ks Nuclear Systems I: Thermal Hydraulic Fundamentals. (Youll need this.) Any materials directly linked from the course homepage and housed on that server. (Course slides are strongly recommended.) Anything handed out in class Any notes that you have written yourself Your own returned, marked-up homeworks 1. Two-Phase Transport Equations (20 points) (a) The 1-D mixture momentum transport equation for includes 5 terms; reprinted below...
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2011 for the course ENU 4134 taught by Professor Schubring during the Fall '11 term at University of Florida.
- Fall '11