NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY
Department of Chemical & Materials Engineering
CHME 101 Introduction to Chemical Engineering Calculations
Data Analysis Project (due 09/28/2017) 25 points
may be performed in groups of 2
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CHE 361 Quiz 4, 09/15/2016 Fall 2016
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CHME 361 Quiz 5, 9/23/2016 Fall 2016
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1- Provide two reasons why interstitial diflsion is normally more rapid than vacancy difJsion. (5 points)
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CHME 361 Quiz 7, 10/14/2016 Fall 2016
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1- What is the approximate ductility (%EL) and tensile strength of a brass that has a yield strength of 400
MPa? Hint: Use Figure 7.19. (10 point
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CHME 361 Quiz 8, 10/21/2016 Fall 2016
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1- The fatigue data for a brass alloy are given as follows:
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CHE 361 Quiz 3, 09/09/2016 Fall 2016
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1- Determine the Miller indices for the plane 2 shown in the following unit cell. (10 points) [5 extra points for
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CHME 361 Quiz 6, 9/30/2016 Fall 2016
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l- The following gure shows the tensile stress-strain curve for a plain-carbon steel. The inset shows
expanded axis in small strains region.
CHME 361 Quiz 1, 08/26/2016 Fall 2016
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CHE 361 Quiz 2, 09/02/2016 Fall 2016
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1- Describe three quantitative differences between BCC and FCC unit cells. (9 points)
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Numerical Methods
There are many uses in real life for regression fit modeling of data collected that
can help us better understand the problem that is being solved and how to solve it. Not
every set of data can be described the same way and so
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Romberg Integration
Integration is a mathematical method that represents a sum of infinitely many
infinitely small quantities. It helps find the area under a curve and it is also used to find
the expected value of a random variable. There are a
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HW7
Problem 1)
A)
function [ y ] = myfunc( x )
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Detailed explanation goes here
y=sin(x)./sqrt(x.^3+1);
end
> Q=quad(@myfunc,1,2)
Q=
0.4685
B)
function [ NumIntegRes ] = Trapezoid( lower,upper,numst
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Problem 1
function [ dy ] = myode( t,y )
%This function solves problem 7.4
%This defines the function myode which has two input arguments which are:
%t and y and the output is the derivative of y, dy.
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A=5
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B=10
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C=11
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A=10
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B=12
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C=14
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CHE 306
Midterm Exam 1
October 2, 2013
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Instructions: Please put your name and the page number on each page. Begin each problem on a new
page and show all of your work. When finished, please staple your answer pages to the back of this page
and tur
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Time: 50 min
February 13, 2013
CHEM 314, Professor Maio
New Mexico State University
Organic Chemistry
Exam 1
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1. In the presence of sodium iodide in acetone, chloride A rapidly forms iodide B in a process kn
CHME 306
Exam 1 Practice Problems
PROBLEM #1 (30 points)
A plane wall of thickness L experiences a uniform volumetric heat generation rate of = 5103
W/m3. The surface at x = 0 is perfectly insulated. The surface at x = L is maintained at a
constant temper
CHE 306
Midterm Exam 1
October 1, 2014
NAME: _
Instructions: Please put your name and the page number on each page. Begin each problem on a new
page and show all of your work. When finished, please staple your answer pages to the back of this page
and tur
Internal viscous flow
Chapter 8
April 15, 2015
1. Fully developed flow
2. Laminar flow in pipes
3. Turbulent flow in pipes
4. Energy considerations
5. Head loss
6. Solution of pipe flow problems
Our overall goal for pipe flow problems is to solve
for one
Internal viscous flow
Chapter 8
April 2, 2014
1. Fully developed flow
2. Laminar flow in pipes
3. Turbulent flow in pipes
4. Energy considerations
5. Head loss
6. Solution of pipe flow problems
Incompressible and internal
Outcomes for Chapter 8:
Discuss
Internal viscous flow (pipe flow
problems)
Chapter 8
April 13, 2015
1. Fully developed flow
2. Laminar flow in pipes
3. Turbulent flow in pipes
4. Energy considerations
5. Head loss
6. Solution of pipe flow problems
Pipe flow problems
In order to solve p
Dimensional Analysis
Chapter 7
April 6, 2015
Sections
7.1 Dimensional analysis
7.2-7.5 Buckingham Pi Theorem
7.6 Dimensionless groups in fluids
(wont cover 7.8, 7.9, 7.10)
71 DIMENSIONS AND UNITS
Dimension: A measure of a physical quantity (without numeri