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BOP blow off preventer.
If the dual barrier requirement is at the seafloor (BOP or subsea XT) then the riser
(steel catenary riser) can be a single string.
If the dual barrier is achieved at the rig topsi
10/11/2016
Chapter11:COMBUSTION, Green : Covered, Blue
Today
Week 07, Class : 13 -101116;
I. INTRODUCTION:11.1
II. CHEMICALREACTIONSANDCOMBUSTION,A:F,EXCESSAIR,GAS
ANALYSES;cfw_11.2
III. RQANDWEIGHTGAINcfw_notinCh 11;seeCh 14orseeClassNOTES
IV. THERMOCHEM
MEEN 644 Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow
Fall 2016
HOMEWORK SET #2
Name
Instructor: N. K. Anand
Due Date: September.21.2016
Maximum points: 50
Consider a one-dimensional steady state heat conduction problem in an insulated rod. One end of
the rod i
HW#4 Page 1 of 2
MEEN 644 Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow
Fall 2016
HOMEWORK SET #4
Name
Instructor: N. K. Anand
Due Date: November.04.2016
Maximum points: 100
A viscous fluid (Water) is trapped in a square 2-D cavity of dimension 0.1m by 0.1m. The
Exam 2 Take Home, Page 1 of 2
MEEN 644 Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow
Fall 2016
Exam II Take Home Part
Name
Instructor: N. K. Anand
Due Date: November.17.2016
Maximum
points: 50
Consider an incompressible laminar flow between two parallel plates.
MEEN 644 Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow
Fall 2016
HOMEWORK SET #1
Name
Instructor: N. K. Anand
Due Date: September.14.2016
Maximum points: 50
Problem #1 (20 points)
Write a computer program using the Fourth Order Runge-Kutta method solve the follo
MEEN 644 Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow
Fall 2016
HOMEWORK SET #3
Instructor: N. K. Anand
Maximum points: 50
Due Date: October.6.2016
Consider a thin square plate of dimensions 0.5m by 0.5m. The thermal conductivity of the material
is 25 W/m/K. Th
MEEN 410, SECTION 500
INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES
MEEN 611, SECTION 600
ADVANCED INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES
Spring 2017
Laboratory #2
DUE March 2 and March 9, 2017
This laboratory requires you to use a thermodynamic engine simulation program, known as Cy
SOLUTIONS MANUAL FOR
Analytical Heat Transfer
by
Je-Chin Han
SOLUTIONS MANUAL FOR
Analytical Heat Transfer
by
Je-Chin Han
An Introductory Note
Analytical Heat Transfer focuses on how to analyze and solve the heat transfer problems
in conduction, convectio
5-19
A force of lDDD N is applied to an iron bar with a crosssectional area of 10 mm x in
mm and having a yield strength of ADD MPa and a tensile strength of 450 MPa.
Determine whether the bar will plastically deform and whether the bar will experience
ne
1-5 A steel alloy with a plane strain fracture toughness of 55 MPa J; is exposed to a stress
of 152D MPa. Will this oomponent fracture if it is known that the largest surface crack is
115 mm long? Assume the geometry factor to be 1.11
Solution:
Kk=55MPo o
Metal Tensile Testing
What will you learn from this
Engineering stress and strain, true stress and strai
Defining yield stress
Conversion formulae
Tensile Test machine and specimens
Information from the tensile test raw data
Engineering strain
Engineerin
Emerging Technologies in Additive
Manufacturing
Slides used in this lecture are courtesy of Dr. Zhou from the AM3 Lab of
the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Arkansas
Tanil Ozkan, Visiting Assistant Professor of Mechanical Enginee
COLD WORK AND
ANNEALING
MEEN 361 LAB
FALL 2016
WHAT IS COLD WORKING?
It is a plastic deformation of metals below the
recrystallization temperature.
It is usually performed at the room temperature.
May be some elevated temperatures are being used
2/15/1
from CAD and STL files - 3D printing terms
Constructing models in CAD
The surfaces of CAD files is determined by mathematical
formulas. This works very well for constructing parts, but
machines for additive manufacturing (AM) can not handle these
formul
9-19 Suppose that liquid nickel is undercooled until homogeneous nucleation occurs.
Calculate [a] the critical radius of the nucleus required and lb] the number of nickel
atoms in the nucleus. Assume that the lattice parameter of the solid FCC nickel is 0
3-1 Figure 0-21 is a plot of true stress versus true strain for a metal. For total imposed
strains of E = 0.1, (1.2, 0.3 and 0.4, determine the elastic and plastic components of the
strain. The modulus of elasticityr of the metal is 100 GPa.
Mamas-cfw_WI
HARDNESS & IMPACT
MEEN 361 LAB
FALL 2016
What is Hardness?
A measure of a materials resistance to localized plastic
deformation
Small indent
Scratch
Most common performed test
Simple and inexpensive
Nondestructive
Used to estimate other mechanical
MEEN459/659SoundandVibrationMeasurements
HW8Solutions
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D(1 i )k 4 sin 4 n
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MEEN 459/659 Sound and Vibration Measurements (Spring 2010)
Dr. Yong-Joe Kim
Due: 8 am on April 8, 2010 (Thursday)
Homework 6: Experimentally-Identified Natural Modes of Clamped-Free Beam
As demonstrated during the class, the clamped-free aluminum beam is
MEEN 459/659 Sound and Vibration Measurements (Spring 2010)
Dr. Yong-Joe Kim
Due: 8 am on March 02, 2010 (Tuesday)
Homework 4
1. An infinite beam is built by connecting two different beams at x = 0 m. The
prop
MEEN 459/659 Sound and Vibration Measurements (Spring 2010)
Dr. Yong-Joe Kim
Due: 8 am on April 22, 2010 (Thursday)
Homework 7: Sound Pressure Levels and Spatial FFT
1. The harmonic sound pressure signal given in the following equation is sampled
with the
MEEN 459/659 Sound and Vibration Measurements (Spring 2010)
Dr. Yong-Joe Kim
Due: 8 am on March 11, 2010 (Thursday)
Homework 5: Muffler of Automobile
The following figure shows the model of an automobile muffler.
MEEN 459/659 Sound and Vibration Measurement (Spring 2010)
Dr. Yong-Joe Kim
Due: 8 am on Feb. 4, 2010 (Thursday)
Homework 2
1. When the force and velocity are written at a single frequency as follow, show
that the power is represented as
P=
1
Re[ FV * ]
2
MEEN 459/659 Sound and Vibration Measurements (Spring 2010)
Dr. Yong-Joe Kim
Due: 5 pm on May 04, 2010 (Tuesday)
Homework 8: Sound Transmission Characteristics of Boeing 747 Fuselage
Skin
The approximate material properties of the aluminum skin panel used
MEEN 459/659 Sound and Vibration Measurement (Spring 2010)
Dr. Yong-Joe Kim
Due: 8 am on Feb. 16, 2010 (Tuesday)
Homework 3
The figure below shows a string excited at the center with a sinusoidal, point force.
The both ends of the string are constrained w