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Faculty Of Engineering Fall 2014
Civil & Environmental Eng. Engineering Mechanics
MIDTERM TEST
Date: Sunday, October 26, 2014 Room: Toido Building  Rm 100, 102,
104 and 200
Faculty of Engineering
Fall 2016
Civil & Environmental Eng.
Engineering Mechanics
Mock Final Exam
Date: Dec 8, 2016
Room: Take home
Time: 3 hours
Examiners: Dr. N. Biswas
and Dr. A. El Ragaby
PROBLEM
Question #6
Determine the range of the cylinder mass m for which there is no motion. The
coefficient of friction between the 50kg block and the incline is 0.15
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Mock
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Engineering Mechanics I
Tutorial #8
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From the textbook, solve the following problems:
T8.1 Problem #
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Engineering Mechanics I
Tutorial #2
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T 2.1
T 2.2
T 2.3
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From the textbook, solve the following problems:
T7.1 Problem #
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T 3.1
T 3.2
T 3.3
Calculate the moment at point O for each case
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From the textbook, solve the following problems:
T10.1 Problem
410.
If FB = 30 lb and FC = 45 lb, determine the resultant
moment about the bolt located at A.
0.75 ft
B
2.5 ft
A
SOLUTION
a + MA = 30 cos 25(2.5) + 45 cos 30(3.25)
= 195 lb # ft d
C
30 FC
20
25
FB
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Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
87523 Groundwater Contamination
Fall 2010
Assignment #4
1. Consider two different media, one fractured and the other unfractured. The hydraulic
condu
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
87523 Groundwater Contamination
Fall 2010
Assignment #3
Due: November 12, 2010
1. Prepare an application for the PTTW from a groundwater source for a
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
87523 Groundwater Contamination
Fall 2010
Assignment #2
Due: October 29, 2010
1. Show that fluid potential is an energy term by carrying out a dimens
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
87523 Groundwater Contamination
Fall 2010
Assignment #1
Due: October 1, 2010
It is estimated that more than three million people in Ontario depend on
87523:
Groundwater Contamination
Fall 2010
Solute Transport
Contaminant vs Solution
Solute
Dissolved constituents or nonaqueous phase
liquids (NAPLs) (gasoline, oil or industrial
solvents) added to
87
87523:
Groundwater Contamination
Fall 2010
Groundwater Modeling
Questions typically asked!
How much hydraulic head at a point will decline
by pumping a nearby well for some specified
time?
What
87
87523:
Groundwater Contamination
Fall 2010
Groundwater Resources
Evaluation
Phases in Exploitation of Groundwater Resources
Exploration Mapping (geology/hydrogeology), drilling,
well development
87523:
Groundwater Contamination
Groundwater Contamination
Fall 2010
Questions to be answered?
How much hydraulic head at a point will decline by
pumping a nearby well for some specified time?
How
87523:
Groundwater Contamination
Groundwater Contamination
Fall 2010
Basic Properties of Media and Fluid
Media Porosity (n), permeability (k) and
compressibility ()
Fluid Density (), dynamic viscos
87523:
Groundwater Contamination
Fall 2010
Objectives
To impart knowledge on fundamentals of
groundwater hydrology, contaminant transport
and remediation
To train students on applying the fundament
4.2.6 GREENAMPT MODEL
Figure 4.2.10 Definition sketch for GreenAmpt model
From Darcys law
q=K
h
l
q = fp infiltration capacity
K = Ks, i.e., Saturated hydraulic conductivity
Because as water goes in
PROBABILITY AND
STATISTICS
87323: Hydrology
Winter 2009
87323 Hydrology
University of Windsor
2
Statistics
To extract the essential information from a set of data, reducing
a large set of numbers to