Exploring the thermodynamics of a rubber band
David Roundy and Michael Rogers
Citation: Am. J. Phys. 81, 20 (2013); doi: 10.1119/1.4757908
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ECH 3023
Homework #7
#1
Mass and Energy Balances I
Spring 2015
Due March 24, 2015
Problem 6.59
#2
Humid air at 35oC and a pressure of 1 atm and with 98% relative humidity enters a
condenser in which the temperature is lowered isobarically (pressure is con
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Introduction
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Why?
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Link Note
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Section 1: Minimalism & Simplicity
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An Accide
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Chapter 7. Internal Forces
Learning Outcomes
determine internal forces in a member
draw shear and moment diagrams
Using equations
Using relations between load, shear, and moment
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At the end of this lesson, you will
be able to:
ca
Chapter 4. Force System
Resultants
Learning Outcomes
How to calculate the moment
About a point
About an axis
For a couple
How to calculate resultant of force & moment
About a point
For a distributed loading
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At the end of this lesson, you will be
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DEFINE YOUR PERSONAL STYLE
Defining your personal style will make it easier for you when it comes to culling your wardrobe
and getting your home or space in order
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Chapter 9. Center of Gravity and
Centroid
At the end of this lesson, you will be
able to:
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At the end of this lesson, you will be
able to:
What We Need to Learn
To calculate center of gravity and centroid of:
System of particles
A
Chapter 6. Structural Analysis
Truss Structures
Example Truss
1
Falsework (Temporary Support)
Example Truss
2
Collapse of the I-35 Bridge
Collapse of the I-35 Bridge
3
Stability during construction (wind)
Simple Trusses
Truss: a structure composed of sle
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Chapter 8. Friction
Learning Outcomes
Determine friction forces
How to analyze the equilibrium of rigid bodies
subjected to friction forces.
1
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At the end of this lesson, you will
be able to:
estimate whether or
not a rigid body will
t
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Equating p1 = 1:2 by the principles of hydrostatics and rearranging,
PA : patm + thag hlpAg (2-2-19)
Another example of a Utube manometer is shown in Fig. 22-513. In this case the device
is used to measure the pressure difference between two vessels.
3
118
2.9-3.
2.9-4.
2.10-1 .
2.10-2.
2.10-3.
2.10-4.
prole within this uid and the maximum velocity for a distance L m in the x direc-
tion. [Hint: See the method used in Section 2.98 to derive Eq. (2.9-9). One boundary
condition used is dirr/dy = 0 at y :
Molecular Mechanisms of Transport
We are concerned with transfer or molecular movement through a
system or medium which is a fluid or solid.
Property being transferred: Heat
Mass
Momentum
Each molecule has the property being transferred.
Random Motion Bro
ECH 3266 Fall 2011
1) In class we derived the expression for energy balance. One of the expressions we derived
was
Where
is the mass flow rate and
in some books is called the Kinetic-Energy velocity correction factor. Your goal is to calculate
for two
Using an operating velocity v/ of 3.0 times the minimum,
v = 3.0(v;,f) = 3.0(0.005029) = 0.01509 m/s
To determine the voidage at this new velocity, we substitute into Eq.
(3.139) using the known values at minimum uidizing conditions to deter-
mine K 1.
(0
Fluid occupying the nozzle changes from time to time as it flows through.
Consider the region bounded by the dotted line: CONTROL VOLUME (CV)
The surface that bounds the control volume is the Control Surface (C.S)
The fluid flows through this region.
GOAL
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EGM 3512 Homework Assignments &
Rules
1) Homework may or may not be corrected, but will be recorded as turned in
(or not).
2) Try to consider making a copy of your homework for your records.
3) You are expected to provide your homework in enginee
Dr. Ahmet Pamuk
FSU Panama City
EGM3512- Engineering Mechanics
EGM 3512ENGINEERING MECHANICS
Prof. Dr. Ahmet Pamuk
Department of Civil & Environmental Eng.
Florida State University
Panama City
www.pc.fsu.edu
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Course schedule
Summer: May 14 ~ July 7
8 (w
Dr. Ahmet Pamuk
Civil & Environmental Eng.-FSU Panama City
EGM 3512- Engineering Mechanics-Statics
Chapter 5
Equilibrium of a Rigid BODY
Objectives:
a) Identify support reactions (2D),
b) Draw a free-body diagram (2D).
In-Class Activities:
Applications
S
Dr. A. Pamuk
FSU-Panama City
EGM 3512- Engineering Mechanics-Statics
Chapter 10- Statics
MOMENTS OF INERTIA &
RADIUS OF GYRATION FOR AREAS
Objectives:
a) Define the moments of inertia (MoI) for an area.
b) Determine the MoI for an area by integration.
In-
Dr. Ahmet Pamuk
FSU Panama City
EGM3512- Engineering Mechanics
Chapter 1 General Principles
(MECHANICS, UNITS, NUMERICAL CALCULATIONS &
GENERAL PROCEDURE FOR ANALYSIS)
Objectives:
a) Identify what is mechanics / statics.
b) Work with two types of units.
c
Dr. Ahmet Pamuk
Civil & Environmental Engineering, FSU Panama City
EGM3512- Engineering Mechanics
Chapter 9
CENTER OF GRAVITY, CENTER OF MASS &
CENTROID FOR A BODY
Objective :
a) Understand the concepts of center of
gravity, center of mass, and centroid.
ECH 3266 Fall 2016
INTRODUCTORY TRANSPORT PHENOMENA
Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering
FAMU-FSU College of Engineering
Syllabus
Class Time: Tuesday and Thursday 11:25 am- 12:46 pm, room COE B221
Instructor: Dr. Subramanian Ramakrishnan, COE
Dr. Ahmet Pamuk
Civil & Environmental Engineering,-FSU Panama City
EGM3512- Engineering Mechanics
Chapter 6
Structural Analysis
A truss is a structure composed of slender members joined
together at their end points.
SIMPLE TRUSSES, THE METHOD OF
JOINTS, &
Dr. Ahmet Pamuk
Civil & Environmental Eng-FSU-Panama City
EGM 3512- Engineering Mechanics-Statics
9/19/2013
Chapter 4
Force Systems Resultants
Todays Objectives :
a) To understand & define moment about a point & about an axis.
b) To determine moments of a
Dr. Ahmet Pamuk
Civil & Environmental Engineering, FSU Panama City
EGM3512- Engineering Mechanics
Chapter 3
(STATIC) EQUILIBRIUM OF A PARTICLE
Objectives:
a) Draw a free body diagram (FBD),
b) Apply equations of equilibrium to solve a 2-D & 3-D problems.
Ch 10 Phase Transformations
We learned already in Ch. 7 of 3 ways to
strengthen:
Grain refinement
Solid solution hardening
Strain hardening
Now we discuss perhaps the most effective of all
The use of phase transformations to produce multiphase micro
Summer 2016 Design Project Presentation Schedule
I have received all the design presentations. Below is the schedule for the
presentations. You are not required to be in class for any of the presentations
except your own. You are free to attend the other