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Homework #7
Due: November 14, Monday by 3PM in ERC 363
Prob. 7.1
Sampling distribution of the mean and confidence interval
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MAE 301 Applied Experimental Statistics
Homework #8
Due: December 1, Thursday in class
BONUS homework!
Prob. 8.1 [15 pts]
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deviation of 15 Vol
MAE 301 Applied Experimental Statistics
Homework #6
Due: November 1, Tuesday in class
Prob. 6.1
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Lecture 2T Heat, Work and the First Law of Thermodynamics [1]
In this lecture we will discuss the distinction between the concepts of heat and work, and develop the first
cornerstone of thermodynamics: The First Law.
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In this first fluids lecture we will cover some of the basics of fluid mechanics, including what constitutes a
fluid, as well as some fundamental properties of fluids.
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MAE 240 Practice Exam 2
True False / Multiple Choice (35 Points)
1. Which of the following conditions are not required for the Bernoulli equation to be valid as a
tool for evaluating a flow (circle all that apply)?
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In our earlier section on thermodynamics, we presented the First Law of thermodynamics, and
described the total energy of a system in terms of the summation of kinetic, potential, ch
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holding a large machine gun while mowing down his favorite bad guys. The classic example of this
weapon is the Browning M2 50 Caliber machine gun, which
Lecture 4 Heat Transfer
Heat transfer in general
There are two types of heat transfer problems that we will do in this class:
SteadyState
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Homework 2 / Practice Exam 1
Due 2/8/2016
Section 1 Multiple Choice / TrueFalse (35 Points)
1. Which of the following best describes a thermodynamic state?
A. The condition of a system at a specific instant; characterized by a coll
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MAE384 Practice Midterm Exam 1
total of 8 problems for 136 points total
(slightly longer than the expected midterm)
One hour and 10 minutes; closedbook, closednotes; one cheat sheet (letter/A4 sized, both sides)
allowed; ba
MAE384 Homework #2
due Thursday, Sep. 7th, 2017 at 12:01am
 for each problem, document all steps you took to solve the problem. This can be handwritten, but must be
legible for credit. If the problem states By hand, do not use any program/function to sol
MAE384 Homework #4
due Thursday, Sep. 28st, 2017 at 12:01am on Gradescope and Blackboard.
 for each problem, document all steps you took to solve the problem. This can be handwritten, but must be
legible for credit. If the problem states By hand, do not
MAE384 Homework #3
due Thursday, Sep. 21st, 2017 at 12:01am on Gradescope and Blackboard.
 for each problem, document all steps you took to solve the problem. This can be handwritten, but must be
legible for credit. If the problem states By hand, do not
MAE384 Homework #1
due Wednesday, Aug. 30th, 2017 at 11:59pm
Submission instructions
 for each problem, document all steps you took to solve the problem. This can be handwritten, but must be
legible for credit. If the problem states By hand, do not use a
AEE 463 / MAE 563
Introduction to Propulsion Theory and Applications
Prof. Werner J.A. Dahm
Home Workset #2
Sample Solutions
1. Maximizing the Overall Efficiency of a Turbojet Engine
Consider a turbojet engine with subsonic exit flow. We know that the pro