Homework # 1
1. Go to the patent office web site http:/www.uspto.gov, and read the sections:
What is a Patent?
Who can apply for a Patent?
What can and cannot be patented?
How do I know if my invention is patentable?
How long does patent protection l
Homework #3 - Due: March 7th, at the beginning of class
Please submit printouts of your codes (well commented) and result graphs and tables together with either
handwritten or printed out descriptions and answers at the beginning of Wednesdays
Homework #1 - Due: February 8th, at the beginning of class
For each problem, show all steps used to arrive at your solution. Upload any code you wrote to solve any of
the problems to Blackboard. Your code must be adequately commented.
MAE561 Fall 2013 HW4
For both problems: Please submit the print out of your codes. No code, no credit. For this assignment,
discussion with peers is allowed but the final write-up must be yours. Contribution from collaborator(s),
if it is substantial, sho
MAE561/471 Fall 2013 HW7
This assignment is for bonus only. The rules of collaboration are the same as those for the final project.
1. Bonus question. For u(x,t) and h(x,t) defined on the domain of 0 x 10 and t 0, consider the
following system of equation
MAE561/471, Fall 2013 Homework #6
1. Consider a circular pipe with a bloated mid-section, as illustrated in Fig. 1. The detailed dimensions of the
apparatus are given in Fig. 2. The x-axis is the axis of symmetry of the pipe. A uniform velocity is imposed
MAE561/471 Fall 2013 Homework #5
1. (a) For (x, y) defined on the domain of 0 x 5 and 0 y 5, solve the Poisson equation,
with given as
(x, y) = cos(0.5 1) , if 1 1 (beware of the minus sign in front of cos)
= 1.2 cos( 2 ) , if 2
MAE561 Fall 2013 HW3
This is a full homework assignment for MAE561 participants and a half (1/2) assignment for MAE471
participants. MAE561 participants are required to solve both problems. MAE471 participants are required
to solve only Prob 1 and will re
MAE 561/471 Fall 2013 Homework #0B
This is a quick exercise equivalent to approximately 1/2 of a full homework assignment. This exercise is for
refreshing your memory on the basic concept of numerical differentiation as a prerequisite of this course. Usef
MAE 561/471 Fall 2013 Homework #0A
This is a mini exercise equivalent to approximately 1/8 of a full homework assignment. This exercise is
for refreshing your memory on elementary fluid mechanics as a prerequisite of this course.
No restriction on discuss