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Assignment 4
1. How many ways one can protect a metallic component from corrosion? Show detail
classification.
2. Show the principles of cathodic and anodic protection with the help of mixed potential
theory.
3. What is overprotection? What is shielding?
Stirling numbers of the second kind
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Summary.
The Stirling numbers of the second kind,
n
S(n, k) =
, k, n N, 1 k n,
k
are a doubly indexed sequence of natural numbers, enjoying a wealth of interesting combinatorial properties.
18.312: Algebraic Combinatorics
Lionel Levine
Lecture 4
Lecture date: Feb 10, 2011
1
Notes by: Minseon Shin
Stirling Numbers
In the previous lecture, the signless Stirling number of the first kind c(n, k) was defined
to be the number of permutations Sn wi
Stirling numbers
1
Stirling numbers of the second kind
The Stirling numbers S(m, n) of the second kind count the number of ways to partition an melement
set into n equivalence classes. As a consequence, the number of functions from an melement set onto
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Engineering Mechanics
Prof. Manoj Harbola
Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
Module  05
Lecture  01
Motion of Particles Planar Polar Coordinater
So, for we have been dealing with statics, this is the first lecture in dynamics.
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Engineering Mechanics
Prof. Manoj Harbola
Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
Module  03
Lecture  03
Properties of Surfaces  III
In the previous lecture, we have been talking about the first moment of a plane area and a
centroid. Continuing on that
Assignment 2
1. Find out expression for corrosion rate from Faradays laws of electrochemistry for
(a) Uniform corrosion and (b) pitting corrosion.
2. Find out multiplication factor for the conversion of corrosion rate from
(a) mdd to mpy, (b) mpy to mmy1
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Assignment 5
1. What is oxidation?
2. Oxidation is an example of dry corrosion: Justify.
3. What is PillingBedworth ratio? What are its significance and limitations in predicting
oxidation resistance of a metal?
4. How would partial pressure of O2 relate
Recognition of stable distribution
with Levy index close to 2
Agnieszka Wyomaska
Faculty of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Hugo Steinhaus
Center
Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland
Agnieszka Wyomaska
Recognition of stable distribution with
Ramsey Theory
Gregory E. W. Taylor
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Partitions, Bell Numbers, Stirling Numbers
n
n, k x k for the triangle T n , the
On Tuesday, we looked at the rook polynomial R n x
k 0
chessboard corresponding to the n
n matrix whose i, j
entry is 1 if i
j and 0 if i
j.
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Suppose that we place a rook,
InclusionExclusion, Example 2.2.30
Let S be a finite set and let P 1 , P 2 , , P q be distinct nonempty subsets of S. The set P j is
sometimes called the j th property. For
, k
N q , let
1, 2,
e
Pj
,
Pj
j
j
and let
Pj .
n
j
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S, let
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CHAPTER 1
Completeness of R
1.1. Completeness
R is an ordered Archimedean eld so is Q. What makes R special is that it is complete. To understand this
notion, we rst need a couple of denitions :
Definition 1.1.1. Given an ordered set X and A X, an element
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Completeness
We recall the definition of a Cauchy sequence. Let (X, d) be a given metric
space and let (xn ) be a sequence of points of X. Then (xn ) (xn ) is a Cauchy
sequence if for every > 0 there exists N N such that
d(xn , xm ) <
for all n, m N .
Cauchy Sequences and Complete Metric Spaces
Definition: A sequence cfw_xn in a metric space (X, d) is Cauchy if
> 0 : n N : m, n > n d(xm , xn ) < .
Remark: Every convergent sequence is Cauchy.
Proof:
Let cfw_xn x, let > 0, let n be such that n > n d(x