Homework #7
Due: Friday, October 28th at the beginning of class
06-323 Heat & Mass Transfer
1. A water main is buried in soil initially at 22C when the surface is suddenly subjected to a
constant temperature of -10C for 60 days. (6 points)
a) Calculate an
Homework #10
Due: Friday November 18th, beginning of class
06-323 Heat & Mass Transfer
1. Determine the diffusion coefficients for the following scenarios:
a) Bovine serum albumin, a protein, in water at dilute concentrations and room temperature.
The kno
Homework 1
Thermo ll Fall 2016
Due: Sept 15, 2016 in class
1. We derived entropy generation to be equal to hT2/T A T B for the example in class. If one really wanted to plot how
entropy generation depended on time, we would need to know how temperature de
Homework 6
Thermo ll Fall 2016
Due: Nov 3 in class.
1. Someone tells you that for a binary mixture, they determine that G1EX = Ax2 and G2EX = Ax1. You can
determine if their finding is correct by applying Gibbs-Duhem.
(a) Show the execution of the test an
Homework 7
Thermo ll Fall 2016
Due: Nov 10, 2012 in class.
1. Aspen Assignment to Gain Experience with Real Thing
Here is a chance to use the real thing along with hopefully the background to know whats going on Thermo-wise.
Solve the following problems w
06-323 Heat & Mass Transfer
Fall 2015 Exam I
Name:_
1. Short Qualitative Answers [5 pts. each; 10 pts. total]
1.1
Is the thermal conductivity a stronger or weaker function of temperature for a gas
than a liquid? Explain.
Conductivity can be derived from t
Complete Reading List for Part 2 for Thermo II.
Chapter 8
8.1
8.6
8.2
Notice recommending a nonsequential reading order. 8.1 defines i. 8.6 shows with data
more of what is going on with a particular partial molar quantity (PMQ), partial molar
volume, whic
Homework #8
Due: Friday November 4th, beginning of class
06-323 Heat & Mass Transfer
1. For atmospheric pressure and temperature (300 K) determine the following for a 10m3
enclosure filled with liquefied natural gas (LNG) with the following composition:
a
Homework 4
Thermo ll Fall 2016
Due: Oct 20, 2016 in class.
1. Watch this UTUBE https:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXHdPqyQY30
Explain in steps how this demonstration works where you describe both a procedure and what happens thermodynamically
during a few of
Homework #5
Due: Friday October 7th, beginning of class
06-323 Heat & Mass Transfer
1. In biological heat transfer, it is a well-known fact that the body pumps blood to the head in
order to maintain its temperature at 37C.
a) On a cold day, when the air i
Appendix A
Transformations of the
Operators V and V2 to
Cylindrical Coordinates
THE OPERATOR V IN CYLINDRICAL COORDINATES
In Cartesian coordinates, V is written as
8 + e 8 + e 8
8x y 0y z (32
When transforming this operator into cy
Homework #7
Due: Friday October 28th, beginning of class
06-323 Heat & Mass Transfer
1. A water main is buried in soil initially at 22C when the surface is suddenly subjected to a
constant temperature of -10C for 60 days.
a) Calculate and plot the tempera
Homework 6
Thermo ll Fall 2016
Due: Nov 3 in class.
1. Someone tells you that for a binary mixture, they determine that G1EX = Ax2 and G2EX = Ax1. You can
determine if their finding is correct by applying Gibbs-Duhem.
(a) Show the execution of the test an
Feedback Form #4 06-323 Heat (3: Mass Transfer Fall 2014
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1. F
Feedback Form #3
06-323 Heat & Mass Transfer
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Feedback Form #2
06-323 Heat & Mass Transfer
Fall 2014
NAME_
Match the lettered equations on the left with the correct definitions on the right:
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COMPUTER LAB: GO &
PROCESS DESIGN
Lectures 20 - 06-665: Process Systems Modeling
April 7, 2014
Sreekanth Rajagopalan
[email protected]
4200 DH
Introduction
Product Design
We focus on chemical product design
A typical approach is to
find a suitable
06-665 Process Systems Modeling
Assignment # 3A
You can turn in your answers either electronically or on paper in class. I would appreciate if you
can save paper by refraining from printing the GAMS code and upload them on blackboard
instead under Assignm
COMPUTER LAB:
GLOBAL OPTIMIZATION
Lectures 19 - 06-665: Process Systems Modeling
April 2, 2014
Sreekanth Rajagopalan
[email protected]
4200 DH
2
Overview
Introduction to Factorable Programming
Idea
Algorithm overview
Review of simple relaxations
06-665: Process Systems Modeling Homework 4
(Global Optimization and Product Design)
Homework Submission
Due on April 16, 2014
You may turn in your answers electronically or submit hard copy in class
Submit GAMS code electronically
Label electronic docume
Process Systems Engineering (PSE)
Enterprise-Wide Optimization of Networks of Chemical Plaints
-Bruno A. Calfa
-Advisor: Ignacio E. Grossman
Colloidal Stability in Nonpolar Liquids
-Benjamin Yezer (University of Rochester)
-Advisor: Dr. Dennis Prieve, Dr.
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Homework 1 Solutions
1. (10.1.10) Find an equation of the sphere with center (2; 6; 4) and radius 5. Describe its intersection
with each of the coordinate planes.
Solution: Using x0 = 2; y0 = 6; z0 = 4 and r = 5 in the equation of the sphere
x0 )2