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Problem 1 - Maximum "Angular Displacement" of Pendulum
Initial angle (deg)
Mass (kg)
Drag coefficient
Diameter m)
17.00
100.00
0.47
1.50
Accelaration due to gravity (m/s2)
9.80
Density of air (kg/m3)
Length (m)
1.23
1.50
Problem 3 - Peclect Number
Diamete
Problem 1: Projectile motion of ball in Baseball game
Initial velocity, vi (m/s)
10
Acceleration due to gravity, g (m/s )
-2
9.8
Variable
Initial angle (i)
Objective function
Maximum Distance, D (m)
Problem 3: Calculation of Brinkman Number
Dynamic viscos
MEEN 1000
Fall 2015
DSouza
MEEN 1000 Discover Mechanical and Energy Engineering
Fall 2015
Instructor:
Dr. Nandika Anne DSouza
ndsouza@unt.edu
(940) 565-2979
Office: A160A
Office Hours: Wed 2-3 pm or by appointment (please send an email to
ndsouza@unt.edu)
EXAM #1 REVIEW
SOCI 1510: Introduction to Sociology
Fall, 2015
Everything listed here is in your power point presentations, in the text, or was presented in class
lectures. If you have trouble finding anything feel free to ask.
Definitions of social struc
Physics 1730
February 26, 2015
Experiment 5
Friction and the Inclined Plane
Cortevios K. Allen
Physics 1730
February 26, 2015
Introduction
The importance of testing friction with an inclined plane
is to see how machinery makes work easier. The force that
1. systems of linear equations
18. Row reduce the augemented matrix corresponding to the given system of
three equations:
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The system is consistent, there is only one solution. So the three planes have only
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MEEN 2210 THERMODYNAMICS I
Homework set #10 due by Friday, April 22, 5 pm
1. As shown in Fig. 1, a hot thermal reservoir is separated from a cold
thermal reservoir by a cylindrical rod insulated on its lateral surface.
Energy transfer by conduction bet
Roque Rivas
9/21/16
10955650
MEEN 3100 Homework #2
Due Sept. 21st by 5:30pm
Note: Homework is to be submitted on Blackboard only. No paper or email submittals will be
accepted.
Question 1 (worth 10 points):
Identify each activity as non-recurring (NRE) or
MEEN 2332.: Mechanics for Materials for Mechanical and Energy Engineering
Fall 2016
Instructor: Nandika Anne DSouza
Monday/Wednesday/Friday 9:30 to 10:30 am F175
Office Hours:
Wednesday 11:00 to noon
Thursday 1:00 to 2:00 pm
Office: Associate Dean Office,
MEEN 2332.: Mechanics for Materials for Mechanical and Energy Engineering
Fall 2016
Instructor: Nandika Anne DSouza
Monday/Wednesday/Friday 9:30 to 10:30 am F175
Office Hours:
Wednesday 11:00 to noon
Thursday 1:00 to 2:00 pm
Office: Associate Dean Office,
Solar Energy
MEEN 5210
1. Solar Radiation
Shaojie Wang
PhD, LEED AP, PE
e-Mail: shaojie.wang@unt.edu
1
OVERVIEW
1. Solar Radiation
<1>
2. Available Solar Radiation
<2>
3. Selected Heat Transfer Topics
<3>
4. Radiation Characteristics of Opaque Materials
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Mean earth-sun distance
Perpendicular to the direction
of solar radiation
Outside the atmosphere
Variation of earth-sun distance
Titled and horizontal surfaces
Outside the atmosphere
Variation of earth-sun distance
Perpendicular to the direction
of solar
MEEN 3250
Homework #1
the end of class on 1/28.
1. terﬁxinal pgﬁzt of the vector F =
2. Determine a scalar $50 that E = 32 + C} and 5 = -3 + 9]" are parallel.
3. Given that a = [1,1] and E x [—13], ﬁnd a vector in the same direction as
4, Two forces act o
MEEN 3250
Homework #5
These problems will be collected on 2/25. All problems will be collected but only one randomly-selected
problem will be graded. Make sure your work is legible and easy to follow. There will also be a quiz covering
this material at th
MEEN 3250
Homework #7
These problems will be collected on 3/10. All problems will be collected but only
one randomly-selected problem will be graded. Make sure your work is legible and
easy to follow. There will also be a quiz covering this material at th
MEEN 3250
Homework #4
This assignment should be completed by 2/18 this material will be covered on
exam 1. This assignment will not be collected. In order to help you study for the
exam, I have already posted the solutions to these problems on Blackboard.
MEEN 3250
Homework #6
These problems will be collected on 3/3. All problems will be collected but only one
randomly-selected problem will be graded. Make sure your work is legible and easy
to follow. There will also be a quiz covering this material at the
MEEN 3250
Homework #3
These problems will be collected on 2/11. All problems will be collected but only
one randomly-selected problem will be graded. Make sure your work is legible and
easy to follow. There will also be a quiz covering this material at th
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MEEN 3250
Homework #8
These problems will be collected on 3/31. All problems will be collected but only
one randomly-selected problem will be graded. Make sure your work is legible and
easy to follow. There will also be a quiz covering this material at th
MEEN 2210 THERMODYNAMICS I
Homework set #3 due by Friday, February 12, 5 pm
1. A 5-cm-external-diameter, 10-m-long hot-water pipe at 80C is losing heat to the
surrounding air at 5C by natural convection with a heat transfer coefficient of 25 W/m2
C. Dete