2.011 Take home exam; Spring 2006 Out: Friday May 5th Due: Friday May 12th; by 5pm Hand into TA or electronically via email. Make sure your name is on all submissions! Problem 1: You are hired by a co
MIT Ocean Engineering Teaching Lab GENERAL INFORMATION A well equipped lab, such as the Ocean Engineering Teaching Laboratory (OETL), is a wonderful resource in which you can do amazing things with yo
2.011 Homework #7
Spring 2006 Out 25 April 2006 Due 2 May 2006 1. For the flow of an incompressible fluid the velocity component in the x-direction is: u = ax2 + bxy + cy2, and the velocity component
2.011 Spring 2006 Homework #6 Goal: Research a mechanism for turbulence generation in the ocean. Read the paper - Thorpe, S. A. "Recent Developments in the Study of Ocean Turbulence." Annu. Rev. Earth
2.011 Spring 2006 Homework #5 I. Please complete the worksheets in the reading "Introduction to Sonor." #1 pg. 10 Acoustic Bathymetry #2 pg. 16 Whale Tracking #3 pg. 18 Dolphin Tracking II. Outline yo
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HW# 4 Solution Set
Problem 1: (10 points)
a. (2 points)The decibel (dB) is a measure of the ratio between two quantities, and is used in a wide variety of measurements in acoustics, phys
2.011 HW # 4
Due Tuesday March 21, 2006 In class
Problem 1: Review of dB and logarithms: a) Explain in words what a decibel is a measure of. b) Look up (Google, etc.) the relative Source Levels (in dB
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HW# 3 Solution Set
Problem 1: (5 points)
Heat can be transported to deeper layers in the ocean by diffusion (1), density gradients(1), turbulence (wind and waves)(1), and currents(1). Pg
2.011 HW #3
Spring 2006 Due Thursday 3/9/06
Problem 1: If the thermal energy from solar radiation is largely absorbed by the surface layers how can it be carried deeper? Discuss possible physical mech
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HW# 2 Solution Set
Problem 1: (10 points)
a. (3 points) Three points for something feasible (actually anything will do here). 1 point for something useful or convincing. b. (4 points) On
2.011 Homework #2
Out: 14 February 2006 (Tues) Due: 28 February 2006 (Tues)
Problem 1: Isolate a phenomena of interest to you, either in the ocean or atmoshpere. a. Design a feasible observational str
2.011 Spring 2006 Homework #1 Research ONE underwater vehicle from the list provided. Choose from this list of vehicles. Only one student per vehicle. Prepare 5 minutes (2-3 Powerpoint slides maximum)
2.011 Ocean Systems Design Challenge
Spring 2006
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