Problem Set #5
Due Thursday May 6 1. Shown below is a diagram of a circuit board with dimensions 14cm x 8 cm, on which are located 16 integrated circuits (IC's) with cross-sectional dimensions 1cm x 1cm. The circuit board is 1mm thick, has an average cond

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science
ECM 6: Computational Methods for Chemical Engineers Syllabus - Spring 2010
Instructors: Professor Adam Moul 3014 Bainer Hall x4-8669 email: amoule@ucdavis.edu Office

Homework #8 Due Thursday, June 3rd, 2010
1. In class, we showed that the thermal energy equation for a flat plate for Pr < 1 reduces to ~
"2# ) "# v x ) + Pr1/ 2 Vy "x "Y2 = "2# , "Y2
) ) where v x = vx/U, Vy= vy/(UM/L), = (T-T0)/ (T-T0), x = x/L, and Y =

Rheology and Polymer Processing Problem Set 4
due Monday May 3 1. Stress Relaxation after Cessation of Steady Shear Flow Consider a situation where a viscoelastic fluid is being sheared between two flat plates at a constant shear rate of 0 for a long time

ECM6 Homework 3 Due Monday April 19th in class 1) Download the file MATLAB commands from the resources section of smart site. PRACTICE any commands that you don't understand how to use. If you have questions, come to the computer lab on Tues or Thurs 2-4.

Problem Set #3
Due Thursday 4/22/10 1. It has been noted that, in the summertime, students in an air-conditioned classroom at 72F are quite comfortable in short pants, sandals and a tee shirt. By contrast, in the winter the same students are comfortable i

Problem Set 3
Rheology and Polymer Processing Due Friday 4/23/10 1. A polymer blend is being prepared by mixing 80 kg of one polymer sample A (number average molecular weight Mn,A =10,000 g/mol and weight average molecular weight Mw, A =15,000 g/mol) with

Winter 2010 University of California at Davis Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science
ECH 141
HW # 10
#1) (20 points) Whitaker 7-3 #2) A short siphon is used to take water out of a tank. The water flow rate is 0.03 m3/s, its temperature i

Winter 2010 University of California at Davis Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science
ECH 141
HW # 9
#1) A large tank is filled with a fluid up to height z=h, where z=0 is the bottom of the tank. A rounded orifice is in the center bottom