Roots of equations
Roots
Open Methods
Open Methods
Open
6.1 Simple Fixed-Point Iteration
s 6.2 Newton-Raphson Method
s 6.3 Secant Method
s 6.4 MATLAB function: fzero
s
Open Methods
Open
What if we don
Roots of equations
Roots
Bracketing Methods
Bracketing Methods
Bracketing
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5.1 Introduction and Background
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5.2 Graphical Methods
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5.3 Bracketing Methods and Initial Guesses
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5.4 Bisection
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5.5 F
Chapter 7
Chapter
Linear Algebraic Equations
Linear
and Matrices
and
System of Algebraic Equations
Two types of systems that can be modeled using linear algebraic equations:
(a) Lumped variable system
Summary sheet 1 of ChE 312-heat conduction, convection & radiation
Heat transfer: thermal energy in transit due to a spatial temperature difference
1. Conduction:
Applied to solid, liquid, gas; Solid
ChE 312 Summary 4 -The Plane Wall-with heat generation
Consider 1-D, steady-state, constant k, uniform generation, and asymmetric surface conditions:
Heat diffusion equation:
d dT
k
dx dx
General So
Summarysheetofweek2
T
Rt
ThermalResistances
q
Conductioninaplanewall:
Rt ,cond
2.1
L
kA
2.2
Convection:
Rt ,conv
1
hA
2.3
Conductioninacompositewall:
2.4
Rtot
1
L
1
h1 A kA h 2 A
qx kA
qx
dT kA
Summary sheet 3- energy balance, heat equation, boundary
A differential equation whose solution provides the temperature distribution in a stationary medium.
Cartesian Coordinates:
T
k
x x
T
k
y
ChE 390
Course Syllabus
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Department of Chemical Engineering
ChE 390 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY 3 (Winter, 2017)
COURSE INSTRUCTOR
Mingqian (John) Zhang
Office: DWE 2530B
Phone: 519-888-4567 ex