ENG 1010-PROBLEM SETS
S1-2012
TABLE OF CONTENT
Pages
Problem set 1
2 -6
Problem set 2
7 -9
Problem set 3
10 -1 4
Problem set 4A
15-17
Problem set 4B
18-22
Problem set 4C
23-25
Problem set 5
26-30
ENG1010 Complete Problem Set
ENG 1010-PROBLEM SETS
S1-2012
School of Mathematical Sciences
ENG2092
Assignment 2
2015
ENG2092 ADVANCED ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS B
Assignment 2
Complete the following questions and hand your solutions to your class leader at the commencement of your
support class in week 5 of semester
Mid semester test
During your lab session in week 7
Covers content up to the end of week 6 (including
labs)
Prior to the lab class in week 6, attempt to answer
the questions in the problem sheets that will be
released at the end of week 5
Department of
Last lecture - Alloying
Alloy
A mixture of two or more elements
Solid solution
A homogeneous mixture of two or more elements in which the
minor element (the solute) occupies either (i) an atomic site in
the crystal lattice by substituting for an atom
Lab classes - reminder
Next week you will commence the rotation pracs
(Microstructures, Tensile testing & Three-point bending test)
which are examined in a report due in week 5.
Absent for any lab class No marks for the corresponding part
of the report
Online test 1
Will be based on the topics covered up to and including this
Thursday
Will be opened on Friday 16 August at 6.00 pm (Melbourne
time)
Will be closed on Friday 23 August at 11.55 pm (Melbourne
time)
Three attempts allowed
Best one will be
Department of Materials Engineering
ENG1050/MCD4220 Engineering Materials
Lecture 5: A metals response to
deformation
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Objectives
1.
Appreciate the influence of atomic structure, bonding and nano/microstructures have on some physical prop
ENG1010
HYSYS
MANUAL AND PROBLEMS
Department of Chemical Engineering
Monash University
First issued in 2010; Based on HYSYS Version V7.0
HYSYS HANDY HINTS
1. When a unit operation is fully specified, the bar at the bottom of the form turns green. If it
is
Fuel
Gas Turbine
Produces work output by
burning a fuel in air
Air
combustor
Work in
Air
compressor
Work out
Turbine
Air and fuel are compressed to the operating pressure and then reacted in the
combustor. The hot, high pressure combustion gases are then
Section 4.6:
Mechanical energy balance equation
Steady flow systems in which heat flows are negligible,
the energy balance equation becomes:
1
v) m
m(2 + z+ = W
g mH
s
2
[4.17]
Expanding and dividing by mass flow rate:
p 1 2
+ + v ) g z= w
u
( + s
2
[
Chapter 4:
Energy Balance
FORMS OF ENERGY
Kinetic energy associated with motion
Potential energy position in a gravitational field
Internal energy - motion of molecules
(temperature and state)
For a flowing stream:
Kinetic energy (KE): =
1 2
mv
2
velocity
Mid semester test
1.Will run in your lab session in week 7
2.Is a combination of multiple choice questions and short
answer questions
3.Will be of 1hr and 45 minutes duration
4.A formula sheet will be provided with those formulae that
are not basic defini
Department of Materials Engineering
ENG1050/MCD4220 Engineering Materials
Lecture 4: Measuring material
properties
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Objectives
1.
Appreciate the influence of atomic structure, bonding and nano/microstructures have on some physical propert
Useful Equations
Bracketed equation numbers refer to the printed lecture notes
General Balance Equation
Acc = In(ow) Out(ow) + In(transfer) Out(transfer) + Gen Dis
(1.2)
Balance Equation for Open Systems Operating in Steady State
0 = In(ow) Out(ow) + In(t
Assignment based on lab classes 2 - 4
The questions based on lab classes 2 - 4 (Tensile Testing, Three-point Bending
and Microstructure) for writing the first assignment (Structure-Property Report)
will be available in Moodle (in Week 4 block) from Frida
Chapter 4:
Energy Balance
FORMS OF ENERGY
FORMS OF ENERGY
Kinetic energy associated with motion
FORMS OF ENERGY
Kinetic energy associated with motion
Potential energy position in a gravitational field
FORMS OF ENERGY
Kinetic energy associated with motion
Department of Materials Engineering
ENG1050 / MCD4220 Engineering Materials
Polycrystals and grains
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Engineering of materials
If we want to understand the engineering of materials to
promote strengthening, we need to understand the
micro
ENERGY BALANCE
Section 4.4.3: CHEMICAL REACTION
for an energy balance over a system involving
a chemical reaction.
To find DH
3 cases:
1
Heating and Cooling
2
Vaporization and Condensation
3
Chemical Reaction (Today)
ENERGY BALANCE
Section 4.4.3: CHEMICAL
Department of Materials Engineering
ENG1050/MCD4220 Engineering Materials
www.monash.edu.au
Department of Materials Engineering
Dr Don Rodrigo
Email: [email protected]
ENG1050/MCD4220 Engineering Materials
www.monash.edu.au
Department of Materials En
Last lecture cold rolling and annealing
Cold rolling elongated grains, high dislocation density, high strength, low ductility
Annealing recovery, recrystallization and grain growth (all leading to a reduction in
the density of defects (dislocations) and
Steam Tables Extracts
From:
Mayhew and Rogers
Thermodynamic and Transport Properties of Fluids
Notation:
h
hf
hg
hfg
p
ps
t
ts
s
sf
sg
sfg
u
uf
ug
v
specific enthalpy (kJ/kg)
specific enthalpy of saturated water (kJ/kg)
specific enthalpy of saturated stea
ENG1010 - Problem Set 1 Dimensions and Units
INTRODUCTION
Dimensions and Units
Measured quantities have dimensions. In this case, we will focus on the four fundamental
dimensions mass M, length L, time t and temperature T. Thus the dimensions of the
quant
2013 S1 Answers and Solutions
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
B
D
E
B
E
A
B
8
E
5885 kg/h
0.0133
2078 kg/h
0.6
218.0
1588C
Heat loss
increased
340 kJ/kg
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
D
A
B
C
E
A
C
-148 kJ/kg
450C
0.30 m3
1.25 kmol/m3
37.8 W/m2
18.2C
81.5 %
Problem Seven
3 out of
boi
Answers to ENG1010 exam October 2008
Q
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Ans
0.0940
2867 kg/h
252 kW
The rate of heat
removal increases
1.5 kmol/m3
0.437 m3
3.14 kmol /m3
1.0 W /m2 K
Letter
E
A
C
A
Q
9
10
11
12
Ans
725 W / m2
744 oC
174 oC
0.165 m2
C
A
B
D
13
14
15
0.256 m
Solutions NOV 2010
1
B
5.45 m/s
9
A
50.8C
2
E
0.0529 m
10
A
141.3 W/m2
3
A
2.87 MW
11
C
Groups (ii), (iii) and
(iv) are
dimensionless
4
5
6
B
A
E
1208.8 kg/h
4.92 kmol/h
0.0459
12
13
14
D
D
A
37.6 W/m2.K
975.0 W/m
444 mg/min
7
8
E
D
744 kW
416 W/m2
15
E
2
ENG1010 June 2011 Draft - Answers
Q
Answer
letter
Answer
Q
Answer
letter
number
1
A
2
3
4
5
D
B
E
A
Q
Answer
Answer
letter
Answer number
number
P
v 2
6
B
42.7 kW
11
B
103.8C
1.181
1.362
0.7519
0.1132
7
8
9
10
C
E
A
D
22.15 m/s
3.55 x 105 Pa
0.24 m3
10,800
2012 Sem 2
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The molar flow rate of O2 in the product gas stream (kmol/s) is: 0.6
The mass flow rate (kg/s) of the product gas stream is: 218
If the process is adiabatic, the product stream temperatu