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Using 4th order DE, determine the lowest three critical loads.
Determine the lowest two critical loads.
B
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Q Py+
M/ x
P+Q
M/
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Samuel Martin
April 16, 2017
Climate Change and Climate Modeling
Week 13 Lab
1.) How does Mbandakas latitude account for its very small annual temperature range?
Mbandaka is located directly on the eq
Auburn University
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 3110- Hydraulics- Fall 2013
Homework assignment 4
1) The nozzle in the figure is shaped such that the velocity of flow varies linearly from the
b
CIVL 3110
Hydraulics
Chapter 4 The Bernoulli Equation
and Pressure Variation
Part II
Bernoulli Equation
Learning Objectives
Understand different forms of the Bernoulli
equation and meanings of each t
CIVL 3110
Hydraulics
Chapter 4 The Bernoulli Equation
and Pressure Variation
Part I.2
Acceleration & Eulers Equation
4.4 Acceleration - Definition
Acceleration (vector) is a property of a fluid
parti
CIVL 3110 - Hydraulics
Chapter 3 Fluid Statics
Part I.1
Pressure and Pressure
Distribution
Learning Objectives
Able to present pressure in various units
(psi, psf, pa, kpa, atmosphere, bar, mbar,
flu
CIVL 3110 Hydraulics
Chapter 3 - Fluid Statics
Part II.1
Hydrostatic Force
Learning Objectives
Able to calculate fluid static force and pressure
center on a plane area Represent hydrostatic
pressure
Samuel Martin
April 25, 2017
Climate Change & Climate Models
Week 15 Lab
1.) What aspects of climate differ between regions with rain forest and regions with savanna
vegetation?
The difference between
Auburn University
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 3110- Hydraulics- Spring 2015
Homework Assignment 2
Due on January 30, 2015, at the beginning of the lecture
1) Modification of textbook problem
CIVL 3110 Hydraulics
Chapter 3 - Fluid Statics
Part II.2
Hydrostatic Force
Review and Videos
Review Information on FE Supplied Reference
Handbook - Looks different!
View Video: V2.4 Pop bottle, V2.5
CIVL 3110 Hydraulics
Chapter 2
Fluid Properties
(Lecture 1)
Objectives on Fluid Properties
Able to find fluid properties from Tables if
fluid type and temperature are given
Able to compute density,
Samuel Martin
April 25, 2017
Climate Change & Climate Models
Week 15 Lab
1.) What aspects of climate differ between regions with rain forest and regions with savanna
vegetation?
The difference between
Samuel Martin
March 16, 2017
Climate Change and Climate Modelin
Week 10 Lab
11.) Examine Figure 4-9. How does the map help to explain why the seasonal
temperature range is greater at 45 degree north t
Samuel Martin
April 25, 2017
Dr. Quansah
Final Report
Hydrologic Model Upper Tombigbee (Fulton)
Introduction
Hydrologic modeling is a computer grounded mathematical programming that is used to
simulat
Samuel Martin
April 16, 2017
Climate Change and Climate Modeling
Week 13 Lab
1.) How does Mbandakas latitude account for its very small annual temperature range?
Mbandaka is located directly on the eq
Samuel Martin
April 16, 2017
Climate Change and Climate Modeling
Week 13 Lab
1.) How does Mbandakas latitude account for its very small annual temperature range?
Mbandaka is located directly on the eq
Samuel Martin
April 16, 2017
Climate Change and Climate Modeling
Week 13 Lab
1.) How does Mbandakas latitude account for its very small annual temperature range?
Mbandaka is located directly on the eq
Samuel Martin
April 16, 2017
Climate Change and Climate Modeling
Week 13 Lab
1.) How does Mbandakas latitude account for its very small annual temperature range?
Mbandaka is located directly on the eq
CIVL 3110 Hydraulics
Dr. Xing Fang, P.E., D.WRE, F.ASCE, F.EWRI
Arthur H. Feagin Chair Professor
Harbert 229, phone: 844-8778
[email protected]
Department of Civil Engineering
Samuel Ginn College o
CIVL 3110 Hydraulics
Chapter 2
Fluid Properties
(Lecture 2)
2.5 Describing Viscous Effects
Viscosity () is the property of a fluid which is a
measure of its internal resistance to relative
Video/Film
CIVL 3110
Hydraulics
Chapter 4 The Bernoulli Equation
and Pressure Variation
Part III
Rotation and Vorticity
Homework Problems
Chapter 4 (Part 3)
Collected: 3 problems (in a separate
ppt file)
Suggest
9/21/2017
CIVL 3310
Geotechnical Engineering I
Compaction (Ch. 5)
Some material based/borrowed from Professors Boulanger and DeJong (UC Davis),
Professor and Mr. Montoya (NC State), and Holtz, Kovacs
Auburn University
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 3110- Hydraulics- Spring 2015
Homework Assignment 3
Due on February 6, 2015, at the beginning of the lecture
1) Modification of textbook problem
Courson Hopkins
HW 6
Problem 2
Problem 2
Option Explicit
Option Base 1
Private Sub Gauss_Click()
Dim neqn As Integer
Dim Amat(1000, 1000) As Double, bmat(1000) As Double, xmat(1000) As Double
Dim i As
Spring 2015
Quiz 2 Chapter 4
Hydraulics CIVL 3110
Closed Book 1-page note
AUBURN UNIVERSITY
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 3110 Hydraulics Spring 2015
Quiz 2 February 18, 2015 (value 17 pts)
Nam
Auburn University
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 3110- Hydraulics- Spring 2015
Homework Assignment 8
Due on March 13, 2015, at the beginning of the lecture
1) Modification of textbook problem 6.
' .ENGR 2350
Final Exam
Spring fr] ' v j.
1. The 2 kg collar is attached to a spring that has an unstretched length of 3 m and is
sliding along a frictionless rod. If the collar is pulled to point B a
Courson Hopkins
Triangle Project
Option Explicit
Option Base 1
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click()
Dim sideA As Single, sideB As Single, sideC As Single, i As Integer
Dim angleA As Single, angleB As Si
Spring 2015
Quiz 1 Chapters 1 to 3
Hydraulics CIVL 3110
Closed Book 1-page note
AUBURN UNIVERSITY
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 3110 Hydraulics Spring 2015
Quiz 1 February 4, 2015 (value 17 pts
Courson Hopkins
HW 5
Problem 1
Problem 1
Option Explicit
Option Base 1
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click()
Dim Pi As Single, t1 As Single, t2 As Single, Length As Single, delx As Single
Dim Time As Sin