Kalyn C.Newmin
EASC
2211-02
7/22/2017
Hmwk 4
Problem: 3.30
In your new position at NASA, you are asked to design a life support system. You must devote attention to the supply of air, water, and food as
well as the disposal of respiratory and bodily waste
Marissa Delvecchio & Klyn Newmin
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w
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0.08
0.92
Settling Tank
120 Liters
x
kg/min
% kg/kg
w kg/kg
y=
0.04
x
Collection
Tank
0.006
0.08
0.92
kgs/kg
Kgs/kg
Kgw/kg
0.3 solid kgs/kg
Timestep
0.30
min
Time
(min)
0
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0.60
0.90
1.20
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Klyn C. Newmin
EASC 2211
7/22/2017
HMWK 7
Problem Statement: Steam tables are frequently used to obtain values of internal energy or enthalpy for solving problems in
which there are changes in these properties. Use values from the steam tables E5 and E6 i
Kalyn C. Newmin
EASC 2211-02
7/22/2017
1
Problem: The metabolism of food is modeled as C2H2 reacting with air that contains 20 mol% O2 and the rest is N2. Ther
streams generated by such a metabolism process. Exit stream A contains CO2, O2, N2, and H2O and
Kalyn C. Newmin
EASC-2211
7/22/2017
HMWK 6
Problem 2
Problem Statement: The lunar module is designed to make a safe landing on the moon if its vertical velocity at
impact is Vmax 5 m/s. The acceleration of gravity on the moon is 1/6 the value on earth, gm
Kalyn C. Newmin
EASC 2211
HMWK 3
7/22/2017
3.19
Pipe #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
To make strawberry jam, a two-stage process is used as shown in the figure. First,
crushed strawberries and sugar are mixed in a 45:55 ratio by mass. Then the mixture is
heated to ev
Kalyn C. Newmin
EASC 2211
7/22/2017
HMWK-5
Problem 1
a. Resistive Circuit 1 Voltage source Consider the circuit shown to the right, with voltage and resistance values below.
*Determine the current in each branch and the voltage at each node.
*Determine th
Momentum Balances - Overview
P mv
Definition of linear momentum:
A measure of the amount of motion of an object. Product of the mass
and the velocity of an object.
Momentum Balances
Overview
L r mv
Definition of angular momentum:
A measure of the amount o
Kalyn C. Newmin
7/22/2017
EASC 2211
HMWK 2
Problem Statement: Blood flows at a rate of 20cm/s through an arteriole with a diameter of 0.20 cm. This vessel
bifurcates into two vessels: one with a diameter of 0.17cm and a blood flow velocity of 18cm/sec., a
UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAVEN
Tagliatela College of Engineering
To:
Professor, Dieckman Ph. D.
From:
Klyn C. Newmin
RE:
Beam Deflection
December 2, 2015
Strain Gage measuring the original length of an object with the change in the length. The Strain
Gage helped
EASC 2211-02 Klyn C. Newmin
Problem Statement:
# HMWK1 Problem: 2.1 (1)
EASC 2211-02 Klyn C. Newmin
# HMWK1 Problem: 2.4 (2)
Problem Statement: how much energy will it take Joe to process his food in different ways
Food In
Breakfast:
Lunch:
Dinner:
a)
b)
University of New Haven
Tagliatela College of Engineering
EASC 2211-02
Introduction to Modeling of Engineering
Spring 2016
TO:
Mr. Ian T. Graytor, Senior Plant Engineer
FROM:
Klyn C. Newmin
RE:
Project 1 Consulting on the Operation of a Solid Separation P
Klyn C. Newmin
EASC 2211-02
7/22/2017
HMWK 4
Problem: Lithium Iodide battery
The anode and cathode reactions for a Lithium-Iodide battery are as following:
cathode: I2+2e-2I- and anode: LiLi+eDetermine the mass of Lithium and the mass of Iodine that must
ELEC6601: Digital Systems Project
Marcus, Spring 2017
General Information
This project requires the design of two combination lock circuits. One combination
lock will be designed using combinational digital logic and the other will be
designed using
University of New Haven
Tagliatela College of Engineering
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
and Computer Science
COURSE SYLLABUS
ELEC6601 01 Digital Systems
Spring 2017
Tuesdays: 9:25AM 12:05PM
Meeting Location(s): Buckman 201
Cre
1
UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAVEN
Tagliatela College of Engineering
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September 8, 2014
TO:
EASC 1107P Students
FROM:
EASC 1107P Instructor
RE:
Writing a Technical Memorandum - Form and Content
This handout presents th
Structural Systems Bridge Project (#2)
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Project Overview
This initial design project involves designing a bridge to meet specified design criteria. The project is
di
Basic Circuits
Dr. William R. Adams
#1)
Simple SERIES Circuit:
Batteries oppose subtract! 15 Volts equivalent!
Series resistors ADD 60 + 50 + 40 = 150
Ohms Law I = V/R
I = 15 V / 150
I = 0.1 Amp
KCL Same current through each SERIES resistor
V60 = I60 *
Professionalism & Expectations
Dr. William R. Adams
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Discussion:
You have elected to pursue a PROFESSIONAL career in an ENGINEERING DISCIPLINE. This career choice
will be both intellectually stimulating and fi
Annual
Wages
(Nationally and in Connecticut):
Works cited
Mechanical
http:/engineeringchallenges.org/9079.aspx
Engineering:
http:/www.treehugger.com/corporate-responsibility/nuclear-fusion-reactor-just-five-years.html
(Average) National:
https:/www.iaea.o
HOMEWORK: read electrical circuits, # 12, 14, 15, 17
Electricity
Luigi galvani found out about electricity by shocking frogs
Allesandro volta played around with what galvani found, he disagreed with galvaani and thought that the
electricity part was separ
Buoyancy In-Class Assignment
EASC1107P Prato Fall 2016
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Overview:
You are a passenger on a Winter Wonderland Cruise of the Arctic when your ship hits an iceberg. Cold water
has embrittled the hull and the ship
Doc Adams -Intro to Engineering- 6/9/16
Look at academic integrity policy
NOTES:
Teamwork1.most engineering projects are sufficiently large that they need be undertaken by more than one
person.
2.working effectively with others is an individual trait soug
Electrical Circuits Analysis Notes
Dr. William R. Adams
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The purpose of a circuit analysis page is to present the calculations in a logical and easy to follow order, so that
the reader can follow along with the
4: Shuffle a Deck of Cards
CSCI 2212, Fall 2013
1
Goals
To use a structure that is built upon another structure.
To use a dynamically allocated array of structures.
To build upon your own code and construct your own separate code module.
2
Overview
An
Name:
Exam4
Digital Systems 1
EE155
(Exam is 1.5 hours, No textbook, No notes, No calculator)
I, _, state that all the work done in this exam is my own work. I am
academically honest and did not cheat by using: 1) help from another student, 2) use of a co