Sources of heat

Solar radiation
Radioactive decay
Fusion reactions in the Sun

Protonproton chain
Carbon cycle (Carbon comes from protonproton chain)
Most elements were produced during fusion of other stars, larger stars produced heavier elements

H
Snowpiercer
Waterworld
A1FI, prediction model for emissions

Stems from A1 model, FI is fossil intensive
Multiple models, A1, A2, B1, B2
Also predicts population growth
Sea level rise

Melting of ice on continental shelf
Increase in temperature leads to
Physical Properties
Hardness

Measured using Mohs Scale of Hardness
Van der Waals bonding and Hydrogen bonding
o Weak bonds, easily scratched
Ionic Bonding
o Electrons transferred
Covalent Bonding
o Outer electrons shared
o Harder to scratch
Luster

How
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Relief:
Relief is the measure of the refractive index of the mineral and the surrounding epoxy. Relief is
measured in plane polarized light, and if the mineral has the same refractive index then the mineral will
be hard to identify a
Maham S. 7D
December 21, 2016
Reflection on My Geography Project
Over the last three days my class and I presented our natural disaster project. We had collected
information for a week, during that week me and my partner Laraeb wanted to do our
presentati
SOLID MECHANICS ENT251/4
ASSIGNMENT 3
Question 1 [44]
The copper shaft is subjected to the axial loads as shown in Figure 1. Determine the
displacement of end A with respect to end D if the diameters of each segment are dAB = 20 mm,
dBC = 25 mm and dCD =
Maham S. 7D
Jan 12, 2017
Lunch Time Activities at the
Valleys
mhttps:/www.google.ca/maps/
This Report is
going to be talking
about three different types of lunch time activities at the valleys
and it will also mention important parts of the activities and
Maham S. / Almeerah N. / 7D
A project promotional page of the thermos
I believe that our thermos is a superior heat conductor.
Our thermos is really unique and I predict that anybody
would want to buy it .The thermos is insulated really well
with many ins
Calculating Stripping Ratios
for Area Strip Mines
Mnge 315
Dr. B. C. Paul spring 2003 revised 2010
Note These notes contain information considered
common knowledge to those familiar with Strip
Mining. Books such as
Elements of Practical Coal Mining and SM
CME270  Fluid Mechanics
Fluid Characteristics
Chapters 1 and 2 in textbook
1
Learning Objectives for Chapter 12
1.
2.
3.
4.
2
To be able to give the definitions of certain terms (e.g.
density, specific gravity, cavitation) and where
appropriate, calcula
Assignment 2Solutions
Solution 2.1
Solve for tank height
At 1:00PM you know that the height of the kerosene layer (x) and the water layer (y) is equal to
15.3m
isolate eqn1 for x
and then substitute this into eqn2 and solve for y
Volume of kerosene left
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Department of Civil Engineering
CME270FLUID MECHANICS
ASSIGNMENT #2
Due at 17:00 on October 19th, 2016
(Drop box outside GB420)
Please Note:
1. Contact Ian ([email protected]) for any Assignment #2 related questions
Name:
Student Number:
CME 270 MIDTERM EXAM, FALL 2016
Professor Hofmann
October 28, 2015, Room EX310/320  Duration: 1 hour 50 minutes (12:102:00 pm)
NOTES:
1. If you dont understand a question, write down an assumption and proceed as best you can. The i
Name:
Student Number:
CME 270 MIDTERM EXAM, FALL 2016
Professor Hofmann
October 28, 2015, Room EX310/320  Duration: 1 hour 50 minutes (12:102:00 pm)
NOTES:
1. If you dont understand a question, write down an assumption and proceed as best you can. The i
78 CHAPTERS . FLUID STATlCS
FIGURE 3.17
Terms used to define the
pressure force.
FIGURE 3.13
[0 Uniform pressure
distribution, and
[bi equivalent force.
. while using a normal vector to keep track of the direction of incremental force on each unit
Relatin
THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Department of Civil Engineering
CME270 FLUID MECHANICS
ASSIGNMENT #3  Solutions
Q3.1
a) Find:
1 = 2 = 3 =
1 = = (0.05)2 = 0.007854 2
1
2 =
= 0.003927 2
2
1 = 2 = 3 =
Find momentum ( = ) as a function of the velocity:
1 = ()1
THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Department of Civil Engineering
CME270 FLUID MECHANICS
PRACTICE PROBLEMS
Problems can be found online with the WileyPlus system and in the end of chapter problems in
the suggested text: Engineering Fluid Mechanics by Elger, Willi
THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Department of Civil Engineering
CME270 FLUID MECHANICS
ASSIGNMENT #3
Due at 17:00 on November 16th, 2016
(in the dropbox outside GB420)
Note:
1. Contact Nathan ([email protected]) for any Assignment #3 related questi
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Department of Civil Engineering
Examiner: S.A. Sheikh
CME210 Solid Mechanics I
Final Examination  December 21, 2015
2.00 pm 4:30 pm
NAME:
(PRINT Given Name) (PRINT Family Name)
STUDENT NUMBER:
Please read and follow instructions
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
CMEZIOF SOLID MECHANICS
1 Final Examination (Type C) 
December 20th, 20IJ
9:30am to 12:00 pm.
Examiner: David T. Johnson
Last Name:
Read the following instructions carefully
I. All calculations are
September 5, 2013
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Department of Civil Engineering
CME 210F MECHANICS OF SOLIDS
Instructor:
David T. Johnson
GB 213C
(416) 9460027
Teaching Assistants
Farhad Habibi, Arsalan Tavassoli, Samantha Hinz, Stamatina Chasioti,
William Luo,
Problem Set 2: Cash Flow Analysis
Question 21 Solution
F=?
i = 6%/year
0
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
9
10
years
$1000
$1500
$2000
Determine the future value at year 10 of $1000 invested now.
F = P(1 + i)n
or F = P(F/P, i, n)
F = $1000(1 + .06)10 = $1790.85
= $1000(F/P
CIV 368 Engineering Economics
Problem Set Solutions
Do not look at these until you have carefully worked fully through the problems!
Problem Set 1: Time Value of Money
Question 11 Solution
Assume a principal amount of $1,000:
Muskoka bank:
Fcompound = P
Page 1
1. Introduction
Global population explosion in past 50 years along with over consumption of finite
resources means that the planet will not be able to provide its natural capital and services to the
future generations. As a result, supply of fresh
September 5, 2013
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Department of Civil Engineering
CME 210F MECHANICS OF SOLIDS
Instructor:
David T. Johnson
GB 213C
(416) 9460027
Teaching Assistants
Farhad Habibi, Arsalan Tavassoli, Kanwar Johal, William Luo,
Zahra Kharal, Rami Ma
Winter 2016
CME362 Engineering Math II
Name:
Student No:
Name of Instructor:
Tutorial 5.
Problem 1. (Textbook P2.7.11) Solve the initial value problem. State with rule you are using. Show each
step of your calculation in detail.
+ 3 = 18 2 ,
(0) = 0
(0)
Winter 2016
CME362 Engineering Math II
Name:
Student No:
Tutorial 1.
Problem 1. (Textbook P1.1.9) Verify that y is a solution of the ODE. Determine from y the particular
solution of the initial value problem (IVP).
y ' 5xy 0, y ce2.5 x , y(0)
2
Problem 2