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EFD_lab_report_instructions - 2 Prelab should be turned in...

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57:020 Mechanics of Fluids and Transfer Processes Instructions and Grading for EFD Lab Report Section Points PreLab Questions 10 1 Title Page 5 1.1 Course Name 1.2 Title of report 1.3 Submitted to “Instructor’s name” 1.4 Your name (with email address) 1.5 Your affiliation (group, section, department) 1.6 Date and time lab conducted 2 Test and Simulation Design 10 Purpose of experiment 3 EFD Process 15 Describe in your own words how you implemented EFD process (Hint: EFD process block diagram) 5 Data Analysis and Discussion 40 Answer questions given in Data Analysis section of the lab handouts 7 Conclusions 20 Conclusions regarding achieving purpose of experiment and simulation Describe what you learned from EFD Describe the “hands-on” part Describe the cooperation between the group members Describe future work and any improvements Total 100 Additional Instructions : 1. Each student is required to hand in individual lab report and PreLab questions.
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Prelab should be turned in at the beginning of the Lab experiment. 3. Conventions for graphical presentation: * The axes should be properly labeled; variable names and units should be specified * The graphs and tables should be numbered and captioned. 4. Reports will not be graded unless section 1 is included and complete 1 EFD Process block diagram 2 Test Set-up Facility & conditions Install model Prepare measurement systems Data Acquisition Data Reduction Uncertainty Analysis Data Analysis Initialize data acquisition software Run tests & acquire data Store data Statistical analysis Estimate bias limits Compare results with benchmark data, CFD, and /or AFD Evaluate fluid physics Calibration Prepare experimental procedures Data reduction equations Estimate precision limits Estimate total uncertainty Prepare report...
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2011 for the course MECHANICS 57:020 taught by Professor Fredrickstern during the Fall '10 term at University of Iowa.

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