Simple Error Propagation Example:
A simple tensile specimen with cross-section of W = 2 0.05 cm, D = 0.5 0.05 cm is subjected
to a tensile force with a magnitude of 20 0.5 kN. What is the stress acting in the cross-section of the
beam? What is the uncerta
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Chapter 3;
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University of New Brunswick
Department of Chemical Engineering
CHE 3804 NUCLEAR ENGINEERING
QUESTION BANK
1997
Prepared by
PROFESSOR R.A. CHAPLIN
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The percentage of moisture can then be found using the formula:
moisture=
of dried coal
( weight of coalweight
) x 100
weight of coal
After this, a second sample of coal was placed into the oven and slowly heated to a temperate of 700C.
The coal was remov
Youngstown State University
Mechanical Engineering Program
MECH 4825L Thermodynamics & Heat Transfer Laboratory
Fall 2016
HEAT CONDUCTION
Object:
To determine the thermal conductivity and resistivity for several metals.
Reference:
Scott Thermal Conduction
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Lx = 1; %Length, m
dx = 0.001; %Gap, m
x =(0:dx:Lx); %x-axis, m
Mx = Lx/dx + 1; 0umber of nodes
Ly = 1; %Length, m
dy=0.001;
y = (0:dy:Ly);
My = Ly/dy + 1;
%Gauss-Sidel Method
T = zeros(Mx,My);
T(Mx,:)=100;
MaxIter = 10^10;
Tol=10^-6;
for it