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Purpose
To observe the transfer of heat through conduction, using the resulting information to confirm the existence
of Fouriers Law and determine the thermal conductivities of copper and mild steel.
Raw Data
Treatment of Data
Sample calculations:
Results
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University of Calgary
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Physics 259 Winter 2015
Tutorial Problem Set #2 with solutions.
1.
A point charge Q=2.00 C is at the center of a cube of edge a=50.0 cm.
(a) What is the flux of the electric field due to this charg
Physics 259, Winter 2015
Course Information
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UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS and ASTRONOMY
COURSE OUTLINE
1.
Course: Physics 259, Electricity and Magnetism (for students in Engineering), Winter 2015
Lecture Sections: L01: MWF
L02: M
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ENGG201 Summary Notes 1
Ian Gates
1. States of Matter: gas, liquid, solid (multiple), plasma
2. Possible for material to co-exist simultaneously in 3 states (triple point).
3. Engineer needs to know properties of materials and how properties change with
p
ENGG 201 WINTER 2012 MIDTERM EXAM #1
Question Number I (25 Marks ~ 30 minutes)
a) Use DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS to find the dimensions of rate constant (k) and
activation energy (Ea). Show all your work for full marks. (/4)
p/f/Tz/(fc'
ENGG 201 Fall 2012 Midterm Exam 1 Page 2 of 13 ID No.: Jcac/WLWJ
QUESTION 1 (8 marks)
Part I
The momentum balance equation can be written as:
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ENGG 201 Fall 2012 Midterm Exam 2 Page 2 of 13 1D No.: [Mfr/291129: Jet NU-"J
QUESTION 1 (20 marks)
A Research Technician has been given two vessels to carry out
some experiments involving gas mixtures. The two vessels are
joined to one another by a valve
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Two insulated steel pipes are carrying 200C steam. The internal diameter of both pipes is 2.0cm
and both are insulated with 2.50m thick layer of asbestos on the outside. The wall thickness of
the rst pipe is 0.5cm while the wal
ENGG 201 EXAMPLE PROBLEMS FOR CHAPTER 8
Chapter 8: Example Problem 1
Bananas are the fourth largest fruit crop in the world. They have high energy content and are rich in
vitamins and minerals. Those bananas which are not deemed to be suitable to be sold
Chapter 8 Example in Class
A liquid in a ground level storage tank has to be pumped to an
overhead tank located at a height of 4.5m above the ground. Both
tanks are open to the atmosphere at 101.325 kPa. The height of
liquid in the ground level storage ta
ENGG 201 Example Midterm Exam Problem
Dr. Sen
Solution By: _
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Chapter 5 Example Midterm Exam Problem
Laser vision correction works by reshaping the corneal epithelial layer of the eye using light emitted
from an exciplex laser. This laser appar
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Chapter 4 - Practice Problem 1 - Solution
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100
L2 + V
Temperature (oC)
Temperature (oC)
You have been given a liquid-vapour T-x
diagram (P = 1 atm) for a system containing
water and isobutanol. You are told that the molar
mass of water is 18 g/mol
Chapter 7 Supplementary Notes
This is an extension of the Chapter 7 Fall 1993 (Final) b question that we
covered in class. This problem involved a mixture of Benzene and Toluene which
are fully miscible. We were asked in the question to find a vapour pres
BinaryMixture,CompletelyImmiscibleSolids
L
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Temperature (oC)
Example data showing how you can generate
increasing amounts of two immiscible solid
phases (S1 and S2) from a liquid phase (L) as
you cross the three phase line. Note that
during this proces