CLASS 26:
IMPRESSIONISM AND
POST-IMPRESSIONISM
James McNeill Whistler, Old Battersea
Bridge, (1872), England , British
Impressionism
Hiroshige, Kyobashi Bamboo
Market, (1858), Japan
Art for Arts sake
Art should be independent of all clap-trapshould
stand

HW08
=165O
Problem 1
=15O
3
Fire hose delivers water, flow rate: 0.01 m /s, velocity:
V= 30 m/s.
What is the force needed to hold the lid (in N), if the
returning jet forms an angle of 165 o with respect to the
incoming jet.?
F x ,incoming=+QV=0.01301000=

HW09
Common Dimensionless Numbers
Show that these numbers are really dimensionless!
Reynolds Number (inertial to viscous forces)
M 3
L
M
L
M
L
T
T
L3
VD
L3
=
=
=
( Dimensionless)
M
T
( )( )
Important in all fluid flow problems
Froude Number (inertial to g

HW_Porous
1) A sandstone reservoir with a 0.2 porosity is producing a 1 cp viscosity oil such that the
superficial oil velocity is 0.1m/s. The pressure drops by 1000 psia over a distance of
1000 m. Calculate the permeability of the reservoir formation.
An

HW13
1.
A 1-in diameter, 5-in long cylindrical wooden handle is attached to a frying pan. The hot end of the
handle is at 275oF while the cold end is at 100oF. If 1.1 Btu/hr heat flows along the axis of the what is
the thermal conductivity of the handle m

UIN
Date
PETE 314 MQ 7
Family Name,
First name
A power law fluid with n = 0.5, K = 4 (lbm/(ft.s), and = 50 lbm/ft3, flows through a 12 in ID, 1000 ft. long
pipe inclined up 5o from horizontal, at a velocity of 10.0 ft./s.
a) Calculate the pressure drop an

RAT 17.3: Back to the Peanut Problem
What is the probability of a peanut having a major diameter
between 15.25 mm and 20.80 mm?
Recall for this problem that = 18.37 mm and = 1.96 mm.
Assume that the major diameter values follow normal
distribution.
Show

RAT 2.2
1. Design is a process that leads to solutions for
the needs of human kind (T/F).
2. The worst mistake a design team can make
is:_
3. List the 5 major steps of the design process:
4. In the design process, an engineer transforms
stakeholder wants

Possible Definitions of Engineer
An engineer is a person who possesses this
knowledge of mathematics and natural sciences, and
through the principles of analysis and design applies
this knowledge to the solution of problems and the
development of devices,

The Urinary System
Principle Organs
Kidneys
Ureters
Urinary bladder
Urethra
Overall Function
Maintain
homeostasis
Adjust water
content
Regulate ion
levels
Ex: Na & K
Control pH of
blood
Anatomy of the Kidney
Outer region is the renal
cortex
Inner r

Problematic largest hydropower
project
Radomr Goo
VB - Technical university of Ostrava
Department of Electrical Power Engineering
Introduction
The Three Gorges Dam
The Three Gorges Dam
The Three Gorges Dam
Comparison of giants
The Three Gorges Dam, Yangtz

Introduction to Human
Geography
Urban Geography
Outline
How do cities relate to one another?
Urban system; central place; rank-size rule,
primacy/centrality; world city
What are the spatial patterns of urban places?
Land-use; residential segregation;

College of Engineering
An Excerpt from a Workshop on
Active/Cooperative Learning and
Teaming in the Classroom
P.K. Imbrie ([email protected])
School of Engineering Education
Purdue University
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have any real proof that this

Hydraulic Fracturing
Short Course,
Texas A&M University
College Station
2005
Fracture Design
Fracture Dimensions
Fracture Modeling
Peter P. Valk
Fracture Design
Fracture
Design
2
Source: Economides and Nolte: Reservoir Stimulation 3rd Ed.
Frac Design Goal

UIN
Date
Oct. 28, 2015
PETE 314 MQ 4
Family Name,
First name
A new type of elevator is sketched in the Fig. The stream of water from a geyser will be regulated to hold
the elevator at whatever height is required. If we assume that the maximum flow of the

HW 11
A 2 7/8 inch ID well produces 2000 bbl/day of oil (
=0.8
g
, =2 cp ) and 1 MMSCF/day of gas (
3
cm
g =0.709, g=0.013 cp , z =0.935 . The surface pressure is 800 psia and the temperature is
161 F . The oil-gas surface tension, , is 30 dynes/cm, and

UIN
1.
Date
Oct. 14, 2015
PETE 314 MQ 4
Family Name,
First name
An oil with specific gravity 0.81 and viscosity 2cp is flowing in a 3 in. diameter tubing with 150 bbl. /d flow rate)
determining (all in field units) :
a.
b.
c.
d.
The mean velocity
Reynolds

UIN
Date
PETE 314 MQ 7
Family Name,
First name
A power law fluid with n = 0.5, K = 4 (lbm/(ft.s), and = 50 lbm/ft3, flows through a 12 in ID, 1000 ft. long
pipe inclined up 5o from horizontal, at a velocity of 10.0 ft./s.
a) Calculate the pressure drop an

Lab # 8
Mud weight calculation
and
Mudware
PETE 225-Lab
Copyright, 2005, TAMU
Mud weight
Mud weight calculations is based on
density equation
m 1V1 2V2 . nVn
V
V1 V2 . Vn
The main application of this equation in
the field is for weighting up the mud,
i

Lab 9: Dull Grading
Scenario:
You are a bit salesman making sales calls to several rigs. While the operator representative
(company man) will have their own dull grade, your company requires that you give a dull grade of your own for
each bit. Each bit re

Lab 5
Contaminants and additives
PETE 225
Copyright, 2005, TAMU
Contaminant/Additive
Additive:
Any substance (solid and liquid) added
to the drilling fluid for favorable
properties.
Contaminant:
Any added substance (solid, liquid, and
gas) that chang

CLASS 25:
JAPANESE ART,
IMPRESSIONISM
AND POSTIMPRESSIONISM
Impressionism
One of the first avant-garde movements, along
with Realism. Unlike Realism, which was often
intent on making moralizing points and
communicating a social message, Impressionism
was

MudWare Lab
Assignment
Lab #8 Assignment
Deliverables
1. Cover memo with executive summary
2. Pressure Drop (use Data Set A) no
hand calculations required
a) Total system pressure drop using 12 ppg
(found using MudWare)
b) Total system pressure drop using

Introduction to Statistics.
Histograms in MATLAB.
Normal Distribution.
Standard Normal Distribution.
Z-tables.
Class 17.2
(week 17, day 2)
1
Learning Objectives
Define basic statistics terminology (descriptive statistics,
statistical inference, populatio

PARABLES OF PROGRESS:TRAVELOGUES, GHETTO SKETCHES,
AND FICTIONS OF THE FOREIGNER
Popular Publications:
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Ghetto Ske

Diagrams and
Motion
Graphs
Velocity vs. time graphs
The
slope is equal to the
acceleration.
Because we only consider
constant acceleration, v/t
graphs will always be
straight lines.
Velocity vs. time graphs
Positive
velocity indicates
the object is movin

ANSWERING
QUESTIONS
Do You have what it takes?
SPE Official Scoring Sheet for Judging
Presentations
Did the speaker answer questions clearly
and concisely?
http:/www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewek-6TudOM
Techniques for interviewing EffectivelyNo Duh
Dress profe

Well Design Spring 2011
Well Design
PE 413
Introduction and API Standards of Casing
Prepared by: Tan Nguyen
Well Design Spring 2011
Casing Design
Introduction
Choosing the correct size, type, and amount of casing that is used in well
construction is of ut

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What Data Types?
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Texas A&M University
ENGR 112 Fall 2014
Foundations of Engineering II
A.D. Godwin
Week 20 Class 1
Hypothesis Testing
Agenda
Exam 1. 45 minutes. End of class
CLT and Confidence intervals
Populations and Samples
Recall:
Most of the statistics work we did wi

Physics 2
Summer 2002
Scott Fraser
email: [email protected]
office hours: M-F, 2-2:30 or by appt.
Course Information
Online at http:/class.physics.ucsb.edu
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