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midterm07 - FRAMEWORKS AND MODELS IN ENGINEERING SYSTEMS...

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F RAMEWORKS A ND M ODELS I N E NGINEERING S YSTEMS E NGINEERING S YSTEMS D ESIGN (ESD.04J / 1.041J) SPRING 2007 P ROFESSOR J OSEPH M. S USSMAN 3-1-8, U (S PRING ) I N - CLASS M IDTERM E XAM O PEN B OOK AND O PEN N OTES ; N O COMPUTERS M ARCH 22, 2007 2:30-4 PM 100 point scale Question Points Time guidance 1 42 40 minutes 2 42 40 minutes 3 16 10 minutes This exam asks you to consider two unrelated CLIOS Systems and then compare and contrast them. The associated questions are designed to allow you to demonstrate your understanding of CLIOS Systems, and how one thinks about them. And as you already know , there is no one right answer. So read the articles carefully and dive in! Good luck! Cite as: Joseph Sussman, course materials for ESD.04J Frameworks and Models in Engineering Systems, Spring 2007. MIT OpenCourseWare (http://ocw.mit.edu), Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Downloaded on [DD Month YYYY].
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Question I Energy-related CLIOS System 42 points This question builds upon the attached New York Times article dated February 19, 2007 entitled “With New Pipeline Plan, Alaska’s Governor Enters Precarious Territory”. The CLIOS System we are interested in deals with the building of a new natural gas pipeline in Alaska, its role in providing natural gas to the lower 48 states, and the impact of this project on the State of Alaska. The article gives you some background, but you
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