Lebanese American University
School of Engineering and Architecture
Department of Mechanical Engineering
MEE 201 THERMODYNAMICS
Midterm I
Name:
Nov. 10, 2004
ID:
1) Complete the following table for H2O
T, oC
P, kPa
u, kJ/Kg
800
400
Saturated liquid
1825
2

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COE 211/COE 212 Computer/Engineering
Programming
Welcome to Exam I
Monday November 12, 2012
Instructor: Dr. George Sakr
Dr. Wissam F. Fawaz
Dr. Maurice Khabbaz
Name: _
Student ID: _
Instructions:
1. This exam is Closed Book. Please do not forget to writ

Lebanese American University
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Byblos
Probability and Statistics
Final Exam
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Duration: 2h
Nota Bene.
Use 4 digits in the fractional part of your answers.
In all the dicrete probability questions of exercises 2, 3 and 4 you must

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Byblos
Date: 31/03/2006
Duration: 1h 20
Probability and Statistics
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Lebanese American University
Summer II
Byblos
2010
Probability and Statistics
Final Exam
Date: 07/09/2010
Duration: 2h
Nota Bene.
Use 4 digits in the fractional part of your answers.
In all the probability questions of exercises 2, 3, 4 and 5, you must

Lebanese American University
Summer II
Byblos
2010
Probability and Statistics
Final Exam
Date: 07/09/2010
Duration: 2h
Nota Bene.
Use 4 digits in the fractional part of your answers.
In all the probability questions of exercises 2, 3, 4 and 5, you must

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Statistical Tables and Proofs
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Lec4 2. April 20, 2005
Normal approximation to Binomial
distribution
Binomial calculations for compound
events
The normal approximation to the
binomial
Parameters of the approximating
distribution
Behavior of the approximation as a
function of p
Calc

Lebanese American University
Spring 2010
Byblos
Probability and Statistics
Final Exam
Date: 08/06/2010
Duration: 2h
Nota Bene.
Use 4 digits in the fractional part of your answers.
In all the probability questions of exercises 2, 3, 4 and 5, you must use

Lebanese American University
Spring 2006
Byblos
Date: 12/05/2006
Duration: 1h 30
Probability and Statistics
Test #2
Nota Bene. Use 5 digits in the fractional part of your answers.
1. A couple decides they will continue to have children until they have thr

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Chapter 1: Introduction and Basic
Concepts
Chapter One
Sections 1.1 and 1.2
Heat Transfer and Thermal Energy
What is heat transfer?
Heat transfer is thermal energy in transit due to a temperature
difference.
What is thermal energy?
Thermal energy is ass

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COE 211/COE 212 Computer/Engineering
Programming
Welcome to
The Midterm Exam I
Wednesday April 04, 2012
Instructor: Dr. Wissam F. Fawaz
Dr. George Sakr
Name: _
Student ID: _
Instructions:
1. This exam is Closed Book. Please do not forget to write your
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COE 212 Engineering Programming
Welcome to Exam I
Friday April 05, 2013
Instructors: Dr. Randa Zakhour
Dr. Maurice Khabbaz
Dr. George Sakr
Dr. Wissam F. Fawaz
Solution
Instructions:
1. This exam is Closed Book. Please do not forget to write your
name an

Midterm 2 Solutions Spring 10
1
6.01 Midterm 2: Spring 2010
Name:
Section:
Solutions: Not correct for the make-up exam.
Enter all answers in the boxes provided.
During the exam you may:
read any paper that you want to
use a calculator
You may not
use a

Lebanese American University
School of Engineering and Architecture
Department of Mechanical Engineering
MEE 201 THERMODYNAMICS
Midterm I
Name:
Nov. 23, 2005
ID:
1) Complete the following table for H2O
T, oC
P, kPa
u, kJ/Kg
v, m3/kg
251
4000
300
225
100
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Exam I
Problem I: (20 points)
The system drawn below is used to lift a 500 Kg object. The object is placed on a piston
that has a mass of 100 kg and a 2 m2 surface. The system is at sea level where the
atmospheric pressure is 100 KPa. Determine the gage p

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CIE202/SP10 Mechanics Of Materials
TEST#1
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PROB-1 (35)
Two plates are fastened by a bolt as shown in the
Figure. The nut is tightened to cause a tensile load in
the shank (unthreaded part) of the bolt of 60 kN.
Determine (a) the shearing stress in th

Lebanese American University
School of Engineering and Architecture
Department of Mechanical Engineering
MEE 201 THERMODYNAMICS
Midterm II, Duration 2 hrs
Name:
ID:
Jan. 12, 2005
1) (20. pts.) Two rigid tanks are connected by a valve. Tank A contains 0.2

6-24 A rigid tank centains an ideal gas that is being stirred by a paddle wheel. The temperature of the gas
remains constant as a result of heat transfer out. The entropy change of the gas is to be determined.
Assumptions The gas in the tank is given to

Conservation of Energy
Chapter One
Section 1.3
Alternative Formulations
CONSERVATION OF ENERGY
(FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS)
An important tool in heat transfer analysis, often
providing the basis for determining the temperature
of a system.
Alternative