Goal:
Design a program that computes square matrix multiplication on GPU using CUDA. In
particular, your implementation should obey the following requirements:
1. The program must be general enough to handle matrix sizes beyond the GPU
capacity.
2. The GP
Based in the BACKGROUND located bellow the assignments :
ASSIGNMENT 1
In a Word document, type the heading Step 1. Below it
type a list of your methods and summarize what you want
to accomplish with each. For example, if your method is to
interview each d
Problem Statement:
24 Consider a Carnot cycle executed in a closed system with air as the working fluid. The maximum pressure in the cycle is 800.000 kPa while the maximum temperature is 750.00 K. If the entropy increase during the isothermal heat r
Problem Statement:
44 An insulated piston-cylinder device contains 0.050 m3 of saturated Refrigerant-134a vapor at to expand in a reversible manner until to pressure drops to 0.4 MPa. Determine: a) The final temperature in the cylinder b) The work d
Refr iger at ion Cycles
I deal Cycle
I sent r opic compr ession, P = const ant q r eject ion, I sent halpic expansion, P = const ant q addit ion COPR = qNETL /w I N = (h 1 h 4)/(h 2 h 1); COPH P = qNETH /w I N = (h2 h3)/(h2 h1)
subcooling 3
3
p
Problem Statement: An ideal absorption refrigerator receives heat from a solar collector at a rate of The NH3 system is designed to operate between 800 kPa and The PUMP is supplied by a photovoltaic cell embedded in the solar panel which supplies 20
Problem Statement:
Saturated vapor at process in kJ/kg.
29 200 oC is isothermally condensed to a saturated liquid in a piston-cylinder device. Calculate the heat transfer and the work done during this
Schematic:
State 1 Water 200C sat. vapor
WIN S
Problem Statement:
46 Refrigerant 134a at 600.000 kPa and 150.00 oC is contained in a spring-loaded, piston-cylinder device with an initial volume of 0.30 o is cooled until its temperature is -30.00 C and its volume is 0.10 m3. Determine the heat tr
Problem Statement:
A small electrical motor produces a) N, m, and s units b) kg, m, and s units
28 10 W of mechanical power. What is this power in:
Schematic:
Assumptions/Approximations:
None needed
Physical Laws:
None needed
Properties/Sources:
Problem Statement:
27 A personal computer is to be examined from a thermodynamic perspective. Determine the direction of the work and heat transfers (in or out) when the: a) keyboard c) processing unit b) monitor d) all of these are taken into accou
Problem Statement:
A vacuum gage connected to a tank reads
59 15 kPa at a location where the barometric reading is 750 mm Hg. Determine the absolute pressure in the tank.
Schematic:
15 kPa kPa
PABS
PATM = 750 mmHg
Assumptions/Approximations:
g i
Problem Statement:
50 The water in a tank is pressurized by air, and the pressure is measured by a mulitfluid manometer as shown below. Determine the gage pressure of air in the tank if: h1 = h2 = h3 = 0.20 m 0.30 m 0.46 m
Schematic:
Assumptions/A
Chapter 4 Summary
One of your classmates was ill last week, so I thought I would send out this summary of the Chapter 4 lecture to everyone. He asked for any Powerpoint Presentations. Since I just used the board, I created this summary, focusing on t
Old-Exam-Questions-Ch.#19 (Dr. Gondal-Phys102) T071
Q13. A gas initially at a temperature of 0 oC and a pressure of 100 kPa is compressed isothermally from 30 L to 20 L. What is the work required? (1.2 kJ) Q19. An ideal monatomic gas, undergoes an ad
Problem Statement:
Nozzle Air enters a nozzle at 40.00 m/s through an area of 90.00 cm2. The air exits at 180.00 m/s. The density of the air at the entrance is 3 exits at 0.762 kg/m . What are the mass flow rate and the exit area? What is the change
Summary for First Law of Thermodynamics
[Conservation of energy]
[Conservation of mass]
Closed Systems
[All processes] [Isochoric process; [Isobaric process) )
C = RGAS*T0 for isothermal ideal gas
Summary for First Law of Thermodynamics
Open Sys
Using Properties Tables
1) Identify substance (e.g., H2O) 2) Determine known properties (e.g., T & v, T & x, P & v, etc.) 3) If T given, use Table A-4, otherwise if P is given, use Table A-5 (for H2O) 4) Determine if property is less than sat. liquid