Running head: CHILDHOOD OBESITY AMONGST OUR POPULATION
Childhood Obesity amongst Our Population
Keith Dunn
ENG 122 English Composition
Instructor: Tamika Robinson
October 1, 2012
Childhood Obesity amongst Our Population
Childhood obesity and its preventi
(Lecture 2)
Extended Surfaces; Fin Efficiency
A. Background
B. Representative Examples of Extended Surfaces
C. Representative Applications
D. Manufacturing Considerations
E. Analysis
1. Derivation of a general differential equation
2. Fins of uniform cros
(Lecture 3)
Fouriers Law; Thermal Conductivity; Heat Conduction Equation;
Boundary and Initial Conditions
A. Background
B. Fouriers Law and Thermal Conductivity
C. Heat Flux and Temperature Gradient as Vector Quantities
D. Derivation of 3-d Heat Conductio
(Lecture 1)
Introduction/Modes of Heat Transfer
A. Course Outline and General Information
B. Prerequisite Material from M105D Transport Phenomena
C. Introductions
D. Course Objectives
E.
Heat/Heat Transfer
F.
Representative Heat Transfer Applications
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MAE 131A
Intermediate Heat Transfer
Fall 2015
Problem Set 1
1. [Modified Version of Problem 3.116 in BLID]
A thin metallic wire of thermal
conductivity k, diameter D, and length 2L is annealed by passing an electrical current through
the wire to induce a
MAE 131A
Intermediate Heat Transfer
Fall 2015
BH 2760 MW 2:003:50 pm
BH 5440 F 4:00-5:50 pm
Syllabus
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Lecture/Date
Topic
Reading Assignment*
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1
Sep 25(F)
Introduction; Modes of Heat Transfer;
First Law of Thermodynamics
pp. 1-48
2
28
Heat Transfer from
Dear Class:
Welcome to MAE 131A Intermediate Heat Transfer, Fall 2015!
I look forward to meeting and working with each of you. As you know, the class normally
meets for lectures each week on Monday and Wednesday from 2:00 - 3:50 pm in BH
2760, and for rec
EE 131A
Probability
Instructor: Lara Dolecek
Problem Set 5
Wednesday, November 2, 2011
Due: Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Reading: Chapter 4 of Probability, Statistics, and Random Processes by A. Leon-Garcia
100 points total
1. Conditional probability refre
Government Internet
Michael J. Johnson
Technology and Society
SO251
12 September 2011
Our internet infrastructure has grown leaps and bounds over the last several years. Companies
offered dial-up, then went to digital subscriber lines, then to cable and n