Memorandum
To: Dr. Paul Corder, P.E.
Date: February 16, 2015
From: Ryan Fischer
Course: MEEN 3320,
Subject: TR#1: Winnie Field Trip
Mechanical Design I
This memo is my report documenting my experience
A Project Presentation on
Preparation, Study of Performance and Emission
characteristics of BIODIESEL using waste cooking oil
by
LIKHITH N
BL.EN.U4MEE10041
P.C BHARAT
BL.EN.U4MEE10044
PRAVEEN KUMAR A
PREPARATION, STUDY OF PERFORMANCE AND
EMISSION CHARACTERISTICS OF DIESEL
ENGINE FUELED WITH WASTE COOKING OIL
BIODIESEL
by
LIKHITH N
P.C BHARAT
PRAVEEN KUMAR A
INTRODUCTION
Alternative fuel for diesel
Design of Thermal
Systems
MEEN 5312
Optimization of Thermal
Systems
Agenda
What is a system?
n What is a thermal system?
n How do we design a thermal system?
n
Objectives
Define a system.
n Define a t
MEEN 5312
OPTIMIZATION OF THERMAL SYSTEMS
SPRING 2011
ASSIGNMENT #2
Due: 1/27/11
Topic: Pumps, Fans, Compressors
1.
The Labadie power plant at Saint Louis has two centrifugal pumps per condenser to
pu
Intro to Pumps and
their Selection
MEEN 5312
Optimization of Thermal Systems
Turbo-machinery
Turbo-Machinery
Pumps
Compressors
Fans
Blowers
Turbines
Miscellaneous:
Piping
Tubing
Valves
Flow meters
Sto
Lamar University
Department of Mechanical Engineering
MEEN 5312
OPTIMIZATION OF THERMAL SYSTEMS
SIMULATION ON REFRIGERATION SYSTEM
Instructor
Dr.Kendrick Aung
By:
Sai Krishna, Somarm
(L20339974)
Sindh
Heat Exchangers
MEEN 4313
Design of Thermal Systems
Agenda
Review of heat transfer
What is a heat exchanger?
Types of heat exchangers
Applications
Heat exchanger selection
Design of a heat exchan
AMRITA VISHWA VIDYAPEETHAM
AMRITA SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING,BANGALORE,560035
BONAFIDE CERTIFICATE
This is to certify that the project report entitled The Effect of Deep Cryogenic Treatment on
Mechanical P
OBSERVATIONS AND TABULAR COLOUMN
Calorific Value of Diesel = 43000 kJ/kg
LOAD in Kg
(W)
0
(no Load)
3.3
6.6
9
13
SPEED (N)
Time for 10 gm
of fuel
consumption (t)
seconds
1586
1566
1562
1542
78
68.5
56
The current methods to produce, convert and consume energy derived from fossil fuels
throughout the world are not sustainable. With the rise in concern for pollution caused by fossil
fuels such as pet
1
Quiz A
1.
Recognition of Need
Estimate Performance
Definition of Problem
Postulate Possible Answers
Synthesis of Solutions
Identify the Issue
Analysis/Optimization
Show and Tell
Evaluation of Soluti
MEMORANDUM
TO: Dr. Paul Corder, P.E.
FROM: Ryan Fischer
SUBJECT: RV Hook
DATE: 4-8-2015
COURSE: MEEN 3320-01,
MECHANICAL DESIGN I
This memo is concerned with the numerical (FEA) and experimental appro
1
Recognition of Need
Definition of Problem
Synthesis of Solutions
Analysis/Optimization
Evaluation of Solution
Presentation of Results
A brittle metal, such as cast iron has identifiable yield streng
MEMORANDUM
TO: Dr. Paul Corder, P.E.
DATE: 2-23-2015
FROM: Ryan Fischer
COURSE: MEEN 3320-01,
SUBJECT: LR#2: RV Beam-Experiment Only
MECHANICAL DESIGN I
This memo is over the experiment portion of a R
1
Quiz A
1.
Recognition of Need
Estimate Performance
Definition of Problem
Postulate Possible Answers
Synthesis of Solutions
Identify the Issue
Analysis/Optimization
Show and Tell
Evaluation of Soluti
MEMORANDUM
TO: Dr. Paul Corder, P.E.
FROM: Ryan Fischer
SUBJECT: RV Deck Beam Lab Report
DATE: 2-23-2015
COURSE: MEEN 3320-01,
MECHANICAL DESIGN I
This memo is concerned with the analysis of a deck be
A Project Presentation on
Performance and emission characteristics of
BIODIESEL using used cooking oil
by
LIKITH
BL.EN.U4MEE10041
P.C BHARAT
BL.EN.U4MEE10044
PRAVEEN KUMAR A
BL.EN.U4MEE10049
in partia
Design and Design
Methodology
MEEN 5312
Optimization of Thermal
Systems
Agenda
What is engineering?
n What is design/engineering design?
n Design process
n
5/8/15
Ken Aung
2
Objectives
Introduce the c
Intro to Fans, Compressors
and their Selection
MEEN 4313
Thermal Systems Design
Fans, Blowers and Compressors
Air and gas handling
Compressors:
Fans
Single or multi-stage
Axial or reciprocating
Higher
ENGR 5312
OPTIMIZATION OF THERMAL SYSTEMS
SPRING 2009
Exam #2
Date: May 12, 2009
Time: 2:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m.
Problems: 5
Total: 100 points
Name:
Open Books and Notes
Problem 1 (20 points)
The number of
ENGR 5312
OPTIMIZATION OF THERMAL SYSTEMS
SPRING 2009
Exam #1
Date: March 26, 2009
Time: 2:00 p.m. 3:15 p.m.
Problems: 2
Total: 50 points
Name:
Open Books and Notes
Problem 1 (30 points)
In an injecti
ENGR 5301-65
OPTIMIZATION OF THERMAL SYSTEMS
SPRING 2007
Quiz #2
Date: March 29, 2007
Time: 11:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m.
Problems: 3
Total: 25 points
Name:
Open Books and Notes
Problem 1 (7 points)
The gener
ENGR 5301-65
OPTIMIZATION OF THERMAL SYSTEMS
SPRING 2007
Quiz #1
Date: February 8, 2007
Time: 11:00 p.m. 11:40 p.m.
Problems: 3
Total: 30 points
Name:
Open Books and Notes
Problem 1 (5 points)
An axia
ENGR 5301-65
OPTIMIZATION OF THERMAL SYSTEMS
SPRING 2007
Exam #1
Date: March 6, 2007
Time: 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m.
Problems: 5
Total: 100 points
Name:
Open Books and Notes
Note: Show all the steps in ord
Lamar University
Review of Fluids and Thermodynamics
MEEN-4350/5350
Objectives:
Review of Fluids &Thermodynamics
To review the important concepts/laws in fluid
mechanics and thermodynamics, especially
Lamar University
MEEN-4350/5350
Introduction to Turbomachinery
What is Turbomachinery ?
Device/machine with spinning/rotating
parts (But not the wheels on a car)
To convert energy between shaft work a
www.mathportal.org
Integration Formulas
1. Common Integrals
Indefinite Integral
Method of substitution
f ( g ( x) g ( x)dx = f (u )du
Integration by parts
f ( x) g ( x)dx = f ( x) g ( x) g ( x) f ( x