Exam 3 Review
BSE 249
Prof. Runge
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Exam 3
Final Exam
In-class 12/14
Take-home due by 12/17 5:00 pm
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BSE 249 - Fundamentals of Biological Systems Engineering
Assignment 4 Physical Characteristics
1. A soil specimen collected from the field weighs 576 lbm and has a volume of 4.34 cubic feet.
The moisture content, wet basis as determined in the laboratory
BSE 249
Assignment 3 Dimensional Analysis (Solution)
Input your answers in the online quiz for all of the questions. Use EES to solve question 1-3 and
upload your EES codes to the drop box. Your answers should have proper significant figures.
Question 1.
BSE 249
Transient Mass Balance
Lecture 32
1
Announcements
Open Process
Steady State
10 kg/s
10 kg/s
Unsteady State
10 kg/s
5 kg/s
3
Batch Process
Unsteady State
10 kg/s
Is it possible to have a Steady State Batch process?
4
Transient Processes
A syst
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Psychrometrics
Use the psychrometric charts, EES, or online calculators to answer these questions. Assume humid air at
atmospheric pressure and sea level unless stated otherwise.
Question
1.
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Quiz 5
Steam (1500 kg/h) at 20 bar and 350 C is mixed with recycled steam and then fed into a turbine. The
turbine operates adiabatically and at steady state. The steam leaves the turbine at 1.0 bar and 150C.
Eighty percent of the steam leaving th
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Solutions to Exercises 21
Exercise 3(b) The factor exp(E/(kT) is an exponential and so
must be dimensionless. Therefore its argument E/(kT) must also
be dimensionless.
The minus sign simply corresponds to multiplying by minus one
and is dimensionless. Ene
Basis: 225 L/h Condensate
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02, N2, H20 three material balances 526m, :20": (ml 11,0 mm)
225 |ters H20 mm
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Determining 1'15 from the given volumetric ow rate an
The FBDs for bloekA and B are shown above where all spring forces are positive in tension. The
weights of the blocks are
WA = (52 kg)(9.81 n1/s2) = 510.1 N, (1)
3 = (81 kg)(9.81 m/sz) = 794.6 N. (2)
Using the FBDs, the equilibrium equation are
Block A:
2F
Rene
=5f 5V 1 sin2(u) cos(u)du
Use the following identity: 1 sin2(x) = c082(x)
25f 5cos(u) 0052(u) du
Take the constant out: fa flx)dx = a ' fflxix
=5- 5fcos(u) cos2(u) du
V 0032(u) = (cos(u), assuming coslu) 2 O
= 5- 5fcos(u)cos(u)du
Rene
= 5 5fc
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ApplyIntegralSubstitution: fg(x) 'g'(x)dx=ff(u)du, u g(x)
u=\/162x: du= 62x dx du=0x, dx=(e_2xu)du
122)C
=f _e2%]n(1u2)du
Take the constant out: fa xix = a ' fx)dx
f e2%m(1u2)du
Streams
!Water shapes Earth s
surface via erosion and
sediment transport
!Water also plays a role in
human affairs
!Floods are the most widely
experienced catastrophic
geologic hazards
Horshoe Bend. Colorado River, Arizona
The hydrologic cycle
Oceans 97.5
Review sheet for midterm 2
1) Solve the following dierential equations:
dy
y
=
5 with y(1) = 1
dx
x
dy
(b)
= y x2 with y(0) = 0
dx
dy
(c) (x + 1)
= y x with y(0) = 0
dx
dy
(d) csc(x)
= y + 1 with y(0) = 0
dx
(a)
2) Estimate y(3) for the following function
Review sheet
1. Compute the following limits. Be sure to justify your answers.
3n + 1
n 2n 1
n2 1
(b) lim
n n + 1
(a) lim
(c) lim (n!)2n
n
sin(n!) + 1
n
n
(d) lim
n3
n n!
4n 1
(f) lim n
n 4 + 1
(e) lim
2. For the following functions find which x values th
Riley Liegel
AOS 100/101
12/10/14
Entry 1.
Cloud Scrapbook
1. 10/31/14 at 8 am
2.
3. This picture was taken from My dorm room on the 10th floor of Sellery facing
east.
4. The picture was taken facing east and the camera was pointing at the horizon.
5. Thi
Introduction to Esters and Amides
Riley Liegel
Chem 104 Section 712
In this experiment we will be taking unknown alcohols and using them to synthesize
different esters. Esters are know to induce psychological responses.(3) As we
synthesize the esters thro
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sho
BSE 270: Introduction to Computer Aided Design
Homework 1 Help/Tutorial
SolidWorks does what is called parametric modeling. In parametric modeling, instead of drawing the
geometry precisely by inputting coordinates or using the snap tools, we will dr
BSE 270: Introduction to Computer Aided Design
HW1 SolidWorks Sketches
Note: Use SolidWorks (AutoCAD drawings will not be accepted.)
Sketches are a fundamental portion of SolidWorks and having a good understanding of how they work is
important
BSE 270: Introduction to Computer Aided Design
HW2 - BASIC PART MODELING
Turn in your files in a zip folder.
Follow the instructions in the book Engineering Design with SolidWorks 2014" from the beginning through
page 1-91. The parts should be oriented
Section 7 INTRODUCTION TO PROCESS UNITS AND
DEGREE OF FREEDOM ANALYSIS
7.1 Introduction
A. In this section you will learn how to:
1. Draw a process flow sheet
2. Understand frequently used process operations
3. Perform a degree of freedom analysis
4. Prep