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Question 1
A triangle is given in Figure 1.
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2
(a) Determine position vector rAB in Cartesian vector form.
1
(b) Given rAC = (2 i  3 j + 6 k) m, determine the coordinates of point C.
3
(c) Determine the position vector rCB,
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Question 1
As shown in Figure 1, the truss is subjected to four forces.
Marks
2
8
(a) Determine the reaction forces at pin A and rocker B, respectively.
(b) Determine the force in members AC, AE, HI, KI, MI, ML and MN. Also, state
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StateoftheArt Review of
Steamflood Field Projects
Chieh Chu, * SPE, Getty Oil Co.
Summary
Based on reservoir data from 28 selected steamflood projects, a new screening guide has been developed. Two
regression equations that will allow the p
PETE 478 Assignment #1
Due 3:00 PM Jan 27, 2017
University of Alberta
1. Heavy oil viscosity.
(1) The following table shows the measured viscosity of a Lloydminster heavy oil
sample. Based on the data provided, generate a viscosity equation that relates v
PETE 478
Assignment #5
Due 4:00 PM, April 10
1. Estimation of Average Reservoir Temperature with Boberg and Lantz model. CSS is
planned for 1 reservoir with thickness of h=30 m. For this reservoir, we assume that the
reservoir and the overunder burdens h
InClass Example
Andy Li
March 16, 2016
Application of Joness Steam Drive Model (1981). Steam flooding is planned for one Albertan
reservoirs with thickness of h=3 m. The total development area is 600000 m2 (A=60000 m2). 10
Inverted ninespot patterns are
PETE 478 Thermal Methods in Heavy Oil Recovery
Assignment #2
Andy Li
Due 3:00 PM, Feb 10
1. In a solventassisted SAGD project, solvent such as nC4H10 is normally added to
steam for further enhancing the heavyoil recovery efficiency. The number of phase
InClass Example #7
March 9
Andy Li
Application of Myhill and Stegemeiers Theory. Steam flooding is planned for 1 reservoir
with thickness of h=3 m. For this reservoir, we assume the following reservoir properties:
= 0.35
TR = 150 C
Overburden density :
PETE 478 Thermal Methods in Heavy Oil Recovery
Assignment #3
Due 4:00 PM, March 13
1. Energy carried by hot water and steam quality.
1) Hot water flooding is still one feasible method for recovering medium to heavy oil
resources. Such process relies on th
PETE 478 Thermal Methods in Heavy Oil Recovery
Assignment #4
Due 4:00 PM, March 28
1. Application of Myhill and Stegemeiers Theory. Steam flooding is planned for 1
reservoir with thickness of h=10 m. For this reservoir, we assume the following reservoir
p
InClass Example
March 23, 2017
Estimation
of
Average
Reservoir
Temperature
with Boberg and
Lantz
model.
CSS is planned
for 1 reservoir
with thickness of
h=3 m. For this
reservoir,
we
assume that the
reservoir and the
overunder
burdens have the
same volu
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ENGG 130
Chapter 6 Examples
610
The roof truss supports the vertical loading as shown. Find all zero force
members and verify them by using the method of joints.
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Determine the force in each member of the truss an
4 FORCE SYSTEM RESULTANT
J. Zhang
4.1 CROSS PRODUCT
Definition: C = A B
 a vector
o Magnitude: C = ABsin,
0180
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 Sense: determined by R.H.R
fingers to the direction of A
rotate (0180 ) degree to the direction of B
10 MOMENT OF INERTIA OF AREAS
J. Zhang
10.1 DEFINITION
y
FIRST MOMENT OF AREA
~
x=x
x A = xdA, yA = ydA
 A measure of the area distribution of a section

Determine the centroid

Real numbers

w.r.t. an axis
dy
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~y = y
MOMENT OF INERT
ENIN 350  001
Chemical Manufacturing Process
Spring/Summer 2013
H. Ibrahim
Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science
University of Regina
Assignment 7 Assigned July 11, 2013
Chapter 4
Assignment 7
(Due on: Tuesday, July 23, at 3:30 PM in the Designated Bo
ENIN 350  001
Chemical Manufacturing Process
Spring/Summer 2013
H. Ibrahim
Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science
University of Regina
Assignment 6 Assigned July 2, 2013
Chapter 4
Assignment 6 SOL
(Due on: Thursday, July 11, at 3:30 PM in the Designate
ENIN 350  001
Chemical Manufacturing Process
Spring/Summer 2012
H. Ibrahim
Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science
University of Regina
Assignment 7 Assigned July 11, 2013
Chapter 4
Assignment 7 SOL
(Due on: Tuesday, July 23, at 3:30 PM in the Designate
ENIN 350  001
Chemical Manufacturing Process
Spring/Summer 2013
H. Ibrahim
Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science
University of Regina
Assignment 8 Assigned July 23, 2013
Chapters 5&6
Assignment 8 SOL
(Due on: Tuesday, July 30, at 3:30 PM in the Design
ENIN 350  001
Chemical Manufacturing Process
Spring/Summer 2013
H. Ibrahim
Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science
University of Regina
Assignment 8 Assigned July 23, 2013
Chapters 5&6
Assignment 8
(Due on: Tuesday, July 30, at 3:30 PM in the Designated