CEE HW #3
Due Thursday 10/20 at 12:00pm
Textbook Problems 4.3, 4.6, 4.15
1. A researcher in a lab uses a bottle of chloroform for an experiment and
accidently leaves the bottle open when they leave the lab so
CEE HW #4
Due Thursday 11/3 at 12:00pm
1. Contaminant A is to be treated by either a PFR or CMFR.
a. If the reaction proceeds by a 0 order reaction with the rate R = k, what
must the hydraulic retention ti
CEE 365 Fall 2016
HW #2 Due 10/6 at 12:00pm
Textbook problems: 3.27 (a and b only), 3.37, 3.39
1. Regulations require many wastewater treatment plants to remove nitrogen before
the treated water is released to sur
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350, 300, 250, 200, 100
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1e.
As temperature increases in the boiler, thermal efficiency increases. Mass flow rate is lowest at 250
degrees and highest at 100 degrees. It follows and inverse bell curve as temperature increases.
250
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120
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Prob 5-2
Draw the free-body diagram of member ABC which is supported by a smooth
collar at A, rocker at B, and short link CD. Explain the significance of each force
acting on the diagram.
Prob 5-3
Draw the free-body diagram of the beam which supports the
SYLLABUS
CEE 211 Statics and Dynamics
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Fall 2014
Prerequisite:
Physics I (PHYS 140) or equivalent
Lecutres:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday
8:30 am to 9:30 am (class officially
Prob 3-1 (12th Edition)
Determine the force in each cord for equilibrium of the 200-kg crate. Cord BC
remains horizontal due to the roller at C,and AB has a length of 1.5 m. Set y =
0.75 m.
Prob 3-46
If the bucket and its contents have a total weight of 20 lb, determine the force in
the supporting cables DA, DB, and DC.
Prob 4-7
Determine the moment of each of the three forces about point A and the moment
of F3 about point B.
SECTION 6.2 Graphing Method for Constructing Shear and Moment Diagrams - 275
w(x) dx - Table 6~1 illustrates application of Eqs. 61, 62, 65, and 66 to some
:ntial areas ' gammon loading cases. None of these results should be memorized;
ve can inte- gather
Prob 4-97/98
Replace the force and couple system by an equivalent force and couple moment
at point O. Repeat for point P.
Prob 4-109
Replace the force system by an equivalent force and couple moment at point A.
Prob 4-117
Replace the loading acting on the
Prob 4-43 (12th edition)
Determine the moment produced by each force about point O located on the drill
bit. Express the results as Cartesian vectors. Then determine the moment about
the y-axis due to each force.
CEE 265: Sustainable Engineering Principles
S3.7 What are Life Cycle Assessment, Life Cycle Thinking, and
Sustainable Design?
Brian R. Ellis
Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
What is Sustainability About?
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Sustainable Develop
CEE 265: Sustainable Engineering Principles
S3.8 What are the steps of an LCA?
Brian R. Ellis
Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Today Units 3.8 3.10
What is Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)?
Steps of a Life Cycle Assessment
Goal
Definit
CEE 265: Sustainable Engineering Principles
S2.5 Ecological Footprints
Brian R. Ellis
Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Three types of footprint
Ecological footprint: amount of consumption if all humans lived with
your life style r
CEE 265: Sustainable Engineering Principles
S3.9 LCA Example Refrigerator
Brian R. Ellis
Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Thought Exercise:
You are a product developer overseeing a team that will
design an environmentally sustainab
CEE 265: Sustainable Engineering Principles
S2.6 Mathematics of Growth
Brian R. Ellis
Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Mathematics of Growth
- Compound Growth at Discrete Intervals at rate r per interval
- Exponential Growth at con
CEE 265: Sustainable Engineering Principles
S4.3 Resource consumption: Exponential Model
Brian R. Ellis
Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Switch from renewable to nonrenewable materials in society
Stone ageCopperBronzeIronSteelPolym
CEE 265: Sustainable Engineering Principles
S3.11 Eco-Audit Examples: Electric Kettle, Space Heater, Auto
Bumper
Brian R. Ellis
Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Electric Kettle
2kW electrical consumption in use
Boils 1 liter of w
CEE 265: Sustainable Engineering Principles
S3.13 Live Eco-Audit Example of Coffee Maker and
Improvement
Brian R. Ellis
Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Using EcoAudit within Cambridge Engineering Selector
2
Coffee Maker: Additiona
CEE 265: Sustainable Engineering Principles
S3.10 Eco-Audit vs LCA and Water Bottle Example
Brian R. Ellis
Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Eco-Audits
This is a streamlined assessment that provides a
picture of what an LCA might ho
CEE 265: Sustainable Engineering Principles
S1.1 Overview of Sustainability Challenges
Brian R. Ellis
Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Why doesnt the environment get taken care of?
1. The Market Sets Price not Value.
2. Valuation i
CEE 265: Sustainable Engineering Principles
S1.2 Sustainable Development and Sustainable Engineering
Definitions
Brian R. Ellis
Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Sustainable Development
Brundtland Commission (1987): Meeting the nee
CEE511 Homework 4
Due Friday, February 5, by 5pm
1. Recall from class that for an arbitrary mechanical system with external force f (t) and response
x(t), the transfer function is the input / output ratio in the Laplace domain, i.e.,
s (3)
H s)
But from
CEE511 Homework 5
Due Friday, February 19, by 5pm
1. Using the MATLAB program we developed from HW 3 as a starting point, write a code that
generates the response spectrum for the Northridge earthquake, for values of 1%, 2%, 5%,
10%, and 20%, and for Tn r
CEE511 Homework 2
Due Friday, January 22, by 5:00pm
1. Consider the SDOF system
mi(t) + czi:(t) + kx(t) = f(t)
where m 2 1kg, 0 = 1kg/s, and k = 25N/m.
(a) Let f (t) 2 F0 cos wt. Find and sketch the magnitude and phase plots for the displacrnent
x(t), as
CEE 511 Structural Dynamics
Winter 2016
Instructor: Jeff Scruggs, 2378 CG Brown, jscrugngumich.edu
Class Time: TTh, 11:301:00, 104 EWRE
Ofce Hours: TTh, 10:30-11:30, 2378 GG Brown
Texts: There is no required text, but see references
Website: The ctools si