MECE 326
Spring 2016
Homework 5
Due: Friday, March 4, 2016
Use good problem-solving methods and be certain to check assumptions.
1. FE Problems
a. Problem 4-159
b. Problem 4-167
c. Problem 4-168
2. Problem 4-23 (1016 C)
3. Problem 4-48 (93 min)
4. Problem
MECE 326
Spring 2016
Homework 1
Due: Wednesday, January 27, 2016
From Cengel 5th edition
1) FE Problems
a) Consider two different materials, A and B. The ratio of thermal conductivities is
kA/kB = 13, the ratio of the densities is A/B = 0.045, and the rat
MECE 326
Spring 2016
Homework 10
Due: Wednesday, May 4, 2016
Use good problem-solving methods and be certain to check assumptions.
1. Problem 11-58 (156.8 kW, 2.81 m2)
2. Problem 11-74 (14.5 m2)
3. Problem 11-105 (36.2 kW, 104.6 C, 77.7 C)
4. Problem 11-1
MECE 326
Spring 2016
Homework 3
Due: Monday, February 15, 2016
From Cengel 5th edition
1. FE Problems
a. Problem 3-202 Note that the correct answer is not a listed choice. Without giving
away the exact answer for this FE problem, I will state that the act
MECE 326
Spring 2016
Homework 4
Due: Wednesday, February 24, 2016
From Cengel 5th edition
1. FE Problems
a. Problem 3-210
b. Aluminum square pin fins (k = 237 W/mK) of 3-cm-long, 2 mm 2 mm crosssection with a total number of 150 are attached to an 8-cm-lo
MECE 326
Spring 2016
Homework 7
Due: Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Use good problem-solving methods and be certain to check assumptions.
1. FE Problems
a. Problem 6-110
b. Problem 6-112
c. Problem 7-136
d. Problem 7-143 Note that k for the air should be 0.0251
MECE 326
Spring 2016
Homework 9
Due: Wednesday, April 20 2016
Use good problem-solving methods and be certain to check assumptions.
1. FE Problems
a. Problem 9-150
b. Problem 9-151
c. Problem 9-152
d. Problem 9-156
2. Problem 9-33 ( a) 46.6 C, b) 42.6 C,
MECE 326
Spring 2016
Homework 8
Due: Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Use good problem-solving methods and be certain to check assumptions.
1. FE Problems
a. Problem 8-134
b. Problem 8-137
c. Problem 8-146
2. Problem 7-130 (7630 W)
3. Problem 8-93 (38.5 m) Assum
MECE 326
Spring 2016
Homework 6
Due: Friday, March 18, 2016
Use good problem-solving methods and be certain to check assumptions.
1. FE Problems
a. Problem 12-129
b. Problem 12-135
c. Problem 13-152
d. Problem 13-154
e. Problem 13-158
f. Problem 13-161
2.
MECE 326
Spring 2016
Homework 2
Due: Friday, February 5, 2016
From Cengel 5th edition
1. FE Problems
a. Problem 2-159
b. Problem 2-160
c. Problem 2-168
d. Problem 2-169
e. Problem 2-171
2. Problem 2-28
3. Problem 2-48
4. Problem 2-53
5. Problem 2-86
6. Pr
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Chapters 2: Materials Tensile and compressive stress (p. 28): o (compresion = "-", tension= "+") Strain (p. 29): Shear stresses for beams in bending (p. 91, Eq. 3-31):
4/22/2008
F / A0
VQ ; Q Ib
Tr (at out edge) J
c y dA y1
o Max shear stress
Fluid Dynamics Chapter 1: Introduction Basic Dimmensions MLT system M=mass, L=length, T=time FLT system F=force, L=length, T=time General Homogeneous Eqs: constants are dimensionless- equations valid in any system of units. Restricted Homogeneous Eq
Fluid Dynamics Chapter 1: Introduction Basic Dimmensions MLT system M=mass, L=length, T=time FLT system F=force, L=length, T=time General Homogeneous Eqs: constants are dimensionless- equations valid in any system of units. Restricted Homogeneous Eq
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Chapters 2: Materials Tensile and compressive stress (p. 28): o (compresion = "-", tension= "+") Strain (p. 29): Shear stresses for beams in bending (p. 91, Eq. 3-31):
4/22/2008
F / A0
VQ ; Q Ib
Tr (at out edge) J
c y dA y1
o Max shear stress