Lecture 1
INTRODUCTION TO HYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATICS
Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this chapter, the student should be able to:
Explain the meaning of fluid power.
List the various applications of fluid power.
Differentiate between fluid power and

FINAL YEAR PROJECT 2
ENERGY CONVERSION FROM DC GENERATOR PART IN WIND TURBINE TO
PRODUCE ELECTRICITY
NURUL HAFIZAH BINTI ABDULLAH HASIM
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Report submitted in fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of
Bachelor of Manufacturing En

DEDAN KIMATHI UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
DEVELOPMENT ON THE USE OF WOOD PLASTIC COMPOSITE (WPCS) FOR
STRUCTURAL APPLICATIONS
AUTHOR:KIMEU JAMES KIMATHI
E023-0982/2012
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1
The basic equations of uid dynamics
The main task in uid dynamics is to nd the velocity eld describing the ow in a
given domain. To do this, one uses the basic equations of uid ow, which we derive
in this section. These encode the familiar laws of mecha

Chapter 2
CONSERVATION OF MASS FOR
A CONTINUUM
2.1
Continuum Hypothesis
In ENGR 211, we applied conservation laws to systems that are viewed macroscopically. In this
course, we will learn to apply them to systems that are viewed as continua, beginning wit

Chapter 1
THE EQUATIONS OF
FLUID
DYNAMICSDRAFT
The equations of uid mechanics are derived from rst principles here, in order
to point out clearly all the underlying assumptions. The equations can take
various dierent forms and in numerical work we will nd

Chapter 1
Conservation Equations
Nearly all of the modeling of physical phenomena is based on the simple statement You cant get something for nothing i.e. there are certain important physical
properties that must be conserved. This section presents a gene

CSE 241 Algorithms and Data Structures
Homework 1 Solutions
Assigned: Jan 15, 2014
Due Date: Feb 3, 2014
Unless otherwise noted, all occurrences of lg refer to the base-2 logarithm, log refers to base-10
logarithm and ln refers to the natural base logarit

CSE 241 Algorithms and Data Structures
Homework 2 Solutions
Assigned: 02/03/2014
Due Date: 02/17/2014
Problem 2-1. The porridge is too hot
In an unfortunate accident due to a combination of careless scientific methodology and a
precocious child, a little

CSE 241 Algorithms and Data Structures
Spring Semester, 2014
Practice Exam 2
Assigned: 04/2014
Due Date: in 80 minutes
1. For parts (a) and (b) of this problem, we will use the following min-rst priority queue
represented as a binary heap in (one-based) a

CSE 241 Algorithms and Data Structures
Spring 2014
Midterm Solutions
Problem 1. Solving Recurrences(3 parts) [12 points]
Solve the following recurrences by giving tight notations. For all of them, you may assume
a suitable base case. For example, if requi

CSE 241 Algorithms and Data Structures
Spring, 2014
Practice Midterm
Do not open this quiz booklet until you are directed to do so. Read all the instructions on
this page. The midterm is closed book and closed notes. You may use one handwritten A4
00
or

Problem 3-1. The counting sort algorithm we saw in class uses 6(n + k), since it created another
array B to store the sorted results. We wish to reduce the space to 9(19) (to keep the counts
array) and sort in place. Here is some suggested code to replace

CSE 241 Algorithms and Data Structures
Spring, 2014
Practice Midterm Solutions
Problem 1. Solving Recurrences(3 parts) [12 points]
Solve the following recurrences by giving tight notations. You do not need to justify your
answer, but justication might hel

CSE 241 Algorithms and Data Structures
Homework 5 Solutions
Assigned: April 2, 2014
Due time: 4:00pm, April 16, 2014
Problem 5-1. Shortest paths with small weights
You are given a weighted graph G = (V, E), where the weights are in the range from 1 to 5.