Name:
Group:
BAEN 301 - Laboratory 9: Psychrometrics
Kalin Clark
501
Problem 1
Using the psychrometer, obtain dry bulb and wet bulb temperature readings inside and outside the
building.
Use the temperature data obtaind and the psychometric chart provided
BAEN 301 - Laboratory 6: Agricultural Machinery Selection
Problem 1
A general recommendation is that the primary tillage for planting corn
should not take longer than 1 week. If you anticipate planting 600 acres of corn
and only work 12.0 hr per day and 6
Thermodynamics: An Engineering Approach
8th Edition
Yunus A. engel, Michael A. Boles
McGraw-Hill, 2015
CHAPTER 4
ENERGY ANALYSIS OF
CLOSED SYSTEMS
Nalin Samarasinghe
Sandun Fernando
CHAPTER 4
ENERGY ANALYSIS OF CLOSED SYSTEMS
Objectives
Moving boundary w
ENTROPY
ENTROPY
The equality in the Clausius inequality holds
for totally or just internally reversible cycles
and the inequality for the irreversible ones.
Kelvin Plank:
Wc cannot be positive
Clasius
inequality
Formal
definition of
entropy
Kelvin Plank:
Announcements
Quiz 5 will be on Friday from chapter 6 videos
Topics covered
Introduction to thermodynamics
Refrigerator, heat pump and heat engine.
Draw these cycles (how are parts connected)
What is the difference of these
How energy flows through t
CHAPTER 9
Objectives
Quiz
Carnot, Otto, diesel
Processes involved
Pv and Ts diagrams
Air standard assumptions and cold air standards
CHAPTER 9
GAS POWER Objectives
CYCLES
Objectives
gas power cycles (working fluid remains a gas throughout the
entire cycle
COMPOSITION OF A GAS MIXTURE: MASS AND
MOLE FRACTIONS
composition of the mixture & properties of the individual components => properties of a mixture
Gravimetric analysis: specifying the mass of each component
Mass
fraction
Molar analysis: specifying the
Next week quiz:
chapter 13
read 13-1 and 13-2
Go through examples 13-1 13-2
1
CHAPTER 11 : REFRIGERATION CYCLES
Objectives
Introduction to refrigerators and heat pumps
measure of their performance.
Refrigeration cycles
Reversed Carnot cycle
ideal vapor
Butch Bataller
UIN: 424006120
Problem: Cell Phone Housing Manufacturing
Problem:
Front housings for cell phones are manufactured in an injection molding process. The time the part is
allowed to cool in the mold before removal is thought to influence the o
Butch Bataller
UIN: 424006120
Problem: Soft Drink Shelf Life
Problem:
The shelf life of a carbonated beverage is of interest. Ten bottles are randomly selected and tested, and
the following results are obtained:
DAYS
108
124
124
106
115
138
163
159
134
13
Butch Bataller
Problem
An agricultural engineer obtained the following data on two methods of drying corn and ask for
statistical analysis:
Drying Rate With Preheater Drying Rate Without Preheater
16
20
12
10
22
21
14
10
19
12
In the discussion forum addr
Chapter 1
Features of Debt Securities
FINC 428 (660) Fixed Income Analysis
Prof. Hwagyun (Hagen) Kim
Major Learning Outcomes
Understand basic features of a bond
Identify the structure of various fixed rate coupon and floating -rate
securities
Describe
FINC 428 Fixed Income Analysis
Spring 2014
Hwagyun (Hagen) Kim
[email protected]
Class Meets: MW 9:35 am 10:50 am, WCBA 109 (Sections FINC 428.501 and 660.601)
MW 11:10 am 12:25 pm, WCBA 109 (Sections FINC 428.502 and 660.602)
Class Website: http:/elearni
1. Bond Mathematics
0. A Primer on Bond Markets
Fixed Income Analysis
Hagen Kim
Mays Business School
Texas A&M University
What are Fixed Income Securities?
Fixed Income Securities are about
Bonds
Debts
Assets with promised, fixed amount of payments (ca
FINC 428 Fixed Income Analysis
Spring 2014
Department of Finance
Mays Business School, TAMU
Hagen Kim
Assignment 1
Due Date: January 22, 2014 (Wed) by 5:00pm.
1. After reading the following article, please identify and explain the sources of risks
involve
FINC 428 Fixed Income Analysis
Spring 2014
Department of Finance
Mays Business School, TAMU
Hagen Kim
Assignment 2
Due Date: Feb 3rd, 2014 (Mon) by 5:00pm.
1. Consider the following two bond issues.
Bond A: 5% 15-year bond
Bond B: 5% 30-year bond
Neither
BAEN-366 SPRING/09
Homework # 1 Read chapter 1 Page 2-9 Answer the following questions 1) What is heat or work? Energy transferred by interactions of a system with the surroundings 2) What is heat transfer? What is the difference with thermodynam
BAEN-366 SPRING/09 Homework #2 Read Chapter 1 Page 2 13 Answer the following questions 1) What is the difference between natural and forced convection? Give an example of each. Natural convection is the flow caused by buoyancy forces due to the dif
BAEN-366 SPRING/09 Homework #3 Read Chapter 1 Page 13 32 Answer the following questions 1) What is "energy storage" Give an example. Energy storage is the amount of energy being kept in a system over a time interval. Example: All the carbohydrates
BAEN-366 SPRING/09 Homework #4 Read Chapter 2 Page 70 73 Read Chapter 3 Page 96 99 Answer the following questions 1) What is the physical significance of each term appearing in the heat equation? Heat Equation: T T T T (K )+ (K )+ (K ) + q =
BAEN-366 SPRING/09 Homework #6 Read Chapter 3: Pages 99-112 Problem 3-9 q ' ' = h ( T - Ts, i ) = 25W q ' ' = 8750 W m2 500 - 25 = 0.25 0.10 0.10 + + KB 60 30
(
m2K
)( 850K - 500K )
Ts, i - Ts, o q' ' = L A LB L + + C K A K
BAEN-366 SPRING/09 Homework # 7 Read Chapter 3 Pages 116 126 Answer the following questions 1) What is contact resistance? It's the thermal resistance resulting from the contact of two surfaces due to imperfections or to the roughness of each mater
BAEN-366 SPRING/09 Homework # 8 Read Chapter 3 Pages 116 126 Answer the following questions 1) In a solid circular cylinder experiencing uniform volumetric heating and convection heat transfer from its surface, how does the heat flux vary with radi
BAEN-366 SPRING/09 Homework # 9 Read Chapter 3 Pages 126 132 Answer the following questions 1) What is the critical radius of insulation for a hollow sphere? Show how to derive this value. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 + h4r 2 4k r - 4k r + h 4 r 2
BAEN-366 SPRING/09 Homework # 10 Read Chapter 3 Pages 126 132 Answer the following questions 1) What is the physical mechanism associated with cooking in a microwave oven? How do conditions differ from a convectional oven? Microwaves excite the wat