FABE 3130
Heat and Mass Transfer in Food, Agricultural and Biological
Engineering
February 21-24, 2017
Recitation #4 Convection Heat Transfer Coefficients (Virtual Experiment)
Objectives:
1. To observe measurement of convection heat transfer coefficients
Mass Transfer in a Package Film
Jose Rodriguez
FABE 3130
4/13/17
Summary of key results: After acquiring all the data needed from the lab from
both the first week the bag was weighed to the second week when the bag was
reweighed, calculations where made t
Measurement of Convection Mass Transfer Coefficients
Jose Rodriguez
FABE 3130
4/26/17
Summary of key results: After the experiment, the theoretical and
experimental convection mass transfer coefficient was found. The experimental
came out to be .00925m/s
Mass Transfer Lab
FABE 3510
Lake Restoration
Based on the materials provided in class:
1) Determine the oxygen content of the hypolimnion (kg)
2) Determine the Hypolimnion oxygen demand (kg/day)
a. Plot hypolimnion demand graph and submit with lab report
Ohio State University
Spring 2015
Physics 1251 (xx:xx)
Barrett
practice (5/1/2015)
Name _
Rec. Inst. _
page 1
closed book & notes, calculator permitted; show your work
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FABE 2110 SP2017
Recitation #6 2-24-16
Flow in open channels
1. A triangular channel has side slopes of 1:1.5 and is made of clean, excavated earth. If the volumetric
flow rate is 0.68 ft3/s, determine the following;
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
Critical depth (by h
1/22/2015
FABE 2110
Instructor:Dr. Kaletun
Recitation Problems
Spring 2016
1. Flow through a pipe under certain conditions has a velocity distribution given by
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a)
b)
c)
d)
Determine the maximum velocity
Write the velocity equation in terms
1/27/2017
FABE 2110
Recitation Problem
InstructorDr. Kaletunc
Spring 2017
Example: In most metalworking shops, plate steel is cut by means of an oxyacetylene torch.
Oxygen for cutting is supplied via tanks 30 cm in diameter 1.3 m tall. These tanks are cha
FABE 2110
Instructor: Phinney
Recitation #5
Spring 2017
2/10/2017
1) A shaft 4 in. in diameter moving through a well oiled sleeve that is 12 in. long. The force
required to move the shaft is 25 lbf, and the shaft velocity is 5 in./s. The oil filled
cleara
Recitation 3-31-17
Turbomachinery
Measurements on a single-stage gas turbine indicate that at stage entry, the pressure is 110 psia and
temperature is 1000R. Pressure drop across the stage is 10 psf. The rotational speed of the rotor is 180
rpm; at this s
FABE 2110: Recitation #7
Flow over immersed bodies
Flat plate
A 10 m/s wind at 22C flows past a flat plate that is 12 m long and 6 m wide (same as Example 6.1).
Calculate REx
Create if/then column to state turbulence level
calculate * in one column
calcul
1/13/2017
FABE 2110
Instructor:Dr. Kaletun
Recitation Problems
Spring 2017
1. The practical depth of a suited diver is about 185 m. What is the gauge pressure in sea
water at that depth? The specific gravity of sea water is 1.025.
2. The deepest known poi
FABE 2110
Midterm 3 topic list
There are really only two sections
1. Turbomachinery
a. Identification of turbomachinery
i. direction of work flow
b. Simple turbomachinery
i. Sprinkler
c. Euler turbine eqn
i. Gasses v. liquids
ii. Efficiency
1. Power consu
FABE 3150
Lab 1 MATLAB
Cory Parker
(1)
EDU> sqrt(1.5*10^10-20*i)
ans =
1.2247e+05 - 8.1650e-05i
EDU> format long g
EDU> sqrt(1.5*10^10-20*i)
ans =
122474.487139159 - 8.16496580927726e-05i
(2)
EDU> help for
for
Repeat statements a specific number of times.
Cory Parker
FABE 3150
Lab 3 Flood Routing
02/09/2017
Figure 1 Simulink Diagram
4. The integration method used was a fixed-step Euler method with a step interval of 0.001
and an interval time of 10 seconds.
5.
Figure 2 storage capacity (above) Figure 3 inf
Home Work #2
FABE 2710
Cory Parker
1. Locating topographic features during the preliminary reconnaissance of a building site,
searching for the property corners on a plot, and checking measured distances to avoid
mistakes are all examples of when to use r
FABE 2710 Leveling Home Work
Cory Parker
Part 1:
Slope- The ratio between the change in elevation and the change in horizontal distance
Rise- The change in elevation between two points
Run- The change in horizontal distance between two points
Line of Site
%HomeWork #2
FABE2110
Cory Parker
%problem 1 part a
Y0 = 0.025;
vmax = 6;
y = linspace(0,Y0,100);
vz = vmax*(1-(y/Y0).^2);
plot(y,vz);
title('Velocity vs. Position');
xlabel('Position (m)');
ylabel('Velocity in z direction (m/s)');
Velocityvs.Position
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Name: Garrett Conrad
Lab Section: T-AM
(M, T-AM, or T-PM)
1ASM 3360
Homework #8 25 points Hydraulic System Components
Due Monday March 7th Please complete electronically and upload to Carmen
Please submit assignment electronically (NOT SCANNED)
Watch the
Group Member Names: Garrett Conrad
ASM 3360 Ag Machinery
Use of Biofuels in Agriculture
Research Activity & Discussion
Discussion on March 23rd, 2016
Please complete the activity below, discuss with your teammate (then make any revisions
you would like),
ASM 3360 Ag Machinery
Sprayer Calibration Laboratory
Garrett Conrad
Analysis and Discussion
Bar graph:
- As a group do these nozzles seem to have significant wear?
o As a group the nozzles are very close to being consistent
across the sprayer. With only o
Enzymes
Industrial Uses
Enzymes in yeast
Most biological reactions are catalyzed by enzymes
Used by humans for thousands of years as part of
microbial activities
1874 Danish Chemist extracted Rennit
1897 cell free glucose ethanol + CO2
1914 Commercia
Enzyme inhibition
Inhibitors are compounds which bind
to enzymes and reduce their activity
Irreversible inhibitors
form a stable complex
Reduce [ES]
Reversible inhibitors
may dissociate from enzyme after binding
types: competitive, noncompetitive,
Enzyme
Fermentation
FABE 3510
Dr. Mike Rowan
Fermentation
Latin root to boil
Historical Perspective
Microbes change properties of food
Taste, smell, appearance and content
Toxins
Lethal
Sometimes the taste, smell, appearance
and content is enhanced
Alcoho