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ChE 243: Fluid Dynamics
Problem Set # 7
Due: April 4, 2017
Reading: WRF Chapter 9
Problem Solving (645 points total):
1.
(20 points)
The compressible form of the continuity equation is given by
+ v = 0
Expand this equation as far as possible in Cartesian
Defining decision regions
0 An easy detection method, is to compute
decision regions ofine. Here are a few
examples
O 0
52 s 1
decide 52
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ChE 243: Fluid Dynamics
Problem Set #2
Due: Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Reading: WRF Chapter 2
Problem Solving: (455 points total)
1.
(15 points)
The practical depth limit for a suited diver is about 185 meters. What is the gage pressure of sea
water at tha
Long Range Wide Area Network (LoRaWAN): An overview and its
importance in the world of IoT
Abhinanda Dutta, Abhishek Singh,
Graduate student, University of Rochester, ECE department
Abstract- The main issues faced by the low power
communication standards
ChE 441: Advanced Transport Phenomena
Homework #1, Due: September 14, 2016
Reading:
(1) BSL Chapters 0 and 1
(2) Articles in problems 7 and 8
Problem Solving:
1. (15 points)
It is very important to make a habit of checking equations for dimensional consis
Solar Cells Introduction:
Technology and Economics
Andronique Ioannidis, Ph.D.
[email protected]
Aug.31, 2016
The energy problem
The world uses about 18 TW of power today.
Projected need : ~ 30 TW of power in 2050.
Problems: Environment, Resour
ChE 441: Advanced Transport Phenomena
Homework #5, Due: October 12, 2016
(210 points total)
Reading:
1.
Text: BSL Chapter 5 (2 problems are from Chapter 4 that you have already
read)
2.
Journal Article (30 points)
Read about recent progress in our underst
Light, Energy and Power practical concepts/terms/calculations we need for solar cells
-Terminology/Definitions for Radiation (Light and Energy) terms
-Background with basic history of photon and light/energy spectra
-Insolation, the natural greenhouse eff
Semiconductor basics- pn
junction
Materials:
Streetman
Why do we need a pn junction?
Its all about the potential gradient created at the junction and the depletion
region ->
Fermi Level:
a) intrinsic
b) n-doped
Density
of states
Fermi-Dirac
distribution
C
Semiconductor basics
Sources of materials:
S.M. Sze
B.G. Streetman
W. Shockley
Definition of Volt:
The electrical potential across a
conductor (resistor) when one
ampere of current passing
through the conductor (resistor)
dissipates one watt of power.
Mat
CHE460 Project #1, PV economics : Investing in a photovoltaic system for your home
Due date: 10/05/2016
1. You will be assigned a city:
Rochester, NY
Pittsburg, PA
San Diego, CA
Phoenix, AZ
Miami, FL
Honolulu, Hawaii
Itemize the following in an xcel sprea
From Introduction:
1. Know two environmental impacts of carbon dioxide levels and be able to name two problems
included in the resource issue.
2. State at least Three reasons solar cells are likely to provide a significant fraction of our power
needs.
3.
Solar Cell Characteristics and Measurements
Topics:
Current-voltage characteristics
Open-circuit voltage, short-circuit current, fill factor
Equivalent circuit
Series and shunt resistances
Quantum efficiency
Parasitic resistance
Definition of PV cell term
ChE 441: Advanced Transport Phenomena
Homework #6, Due: October 21, 2016 (Friday)
Reading:
Text: BSL Chapter 6 and 7
Problem Solving:
1.
Problem 6A.4: Motion of a sphere in a liquid
2.
Problem 6B.2: Friction factor for flow along a flat plate.
3.
Problem
ChE 441: Advanced Transport Phenomena
Homework #2, Due: September 21, 2016
Reading:
1. Text: BSL Chapter 2
2. (20 points each)
a. Journal Article: The No-Slip Boundary Condition [Richardson, J.Fluid Mech (1973) 59,
707]. As you know, the no-slip boundary
ChE 243: Fluid Dynamics
Problem Set #1
Due: Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Reading: Textbook (a.k.a. as WRF, which is the first letter of authors last names) Chapter 1
Problem Solving (410 points total):
1. (15 points)
Math refresher (dont make these difficult
Homework Hints for Homework #1
Problem 1
(a) Separate and integrate, dont forget the constant of integration.
(b) Keep this simple, it is a definition you know.
(c) Integrate and solve for !" . We will see later that this represents the shear
stres
FLUID MECHANICS
FOR
CHEMICAL ENGINEERS
Introduction
Fluid mechanics, a special branch of general mechanics, describes
the laws of liquid and gas motion. Flows of liquids and gases play an
important role in nature and in technical applications, as, for
exa
nauty and Traces Users Guide (Version 2.6)
Brendan D. McKay
Adolfo Piperno
Research School of Computer Science
Australian National University
Canberra ACT 0200, Australia
[email protected]
Departimento di Informatica
Sapienza Universit`a di Roma
Ro
CHE244 HW#1 Solutions
Rahima Bah
9/25/16
15.7
Given:
Thermal conductivity of plate glass, k = 1.35
W
mK
Initial temperature of plate glass, To = 850 K
Convective heat transfer coefficient of air, h = 5
Maximum temperature gradient in the glass,
dT
dx
W
m
CHE 244: Heat and Mass Transfer (Required, 4 credits) - Fall 2016
Course Description
This course represents the first exposure to heat and mass transfer mechanisms and process rates.
The principles of energy and mass conservation serve to formulate equati
Homework Set #2
15 September 2016
Due: 22 September 2016
The first three problems are selected from Fundamentals of Momentum, Heat, and Mass Transfer,
WRF, 6th Ed.
1.
Problem 16.1
2.
Problem 16.11
3.
Problem 16.14
4.
Experienced on a cold, windy day as co
Homework Set #1
7 September 2016
Due: 15 September 2016
The following problems are selected from Fundamentals of Momentum, Heat, and Mass Transfer,
WRF, 6th Ed.
1.
Problem 15.7
2.
Problem 15.21
3.
Problem 15.25
4.
Problem 15.28
Stat 516 Lecture Notes
4
4.1
Autumn 2010
Inference for discrete Markov chains
Review of maximum likelihood estimation
Let yT = (y1 , . . . , yn ) be a random vector of observations and let L(y, ) be the likelihood of
observing y given parameter vector . O
Stat 516 Lecture Notes
3
3.1
Autumn 2010
Essentials of the discrete-time Markov chain theory
Introduction to discrete Markov chains
Definition. A stochastic process is a family of ordered random variables Xt , where t ranges over
a suitable index set T ,
CHE 477
October 20, 2016
Markov Chain Monte Carlo
Project 2
1
Problem Statement
Your goal is to use Markov Chain Monte Carlo to estimate the graphs that arise in a distribution network.
Note this is not an optimization problem. Your Markov Chain will be a