Legendre weights and roots are available at
https:/pomax.github.io/bezierinfo/legendre-gauss.html
Laguerre weights and roots are available at
https:/people.sc.fsu.edu/~jburkardt/datasets/quadrature_rules_laguerre/quadrature_rules_laguerre.html
ature_rules
MTRL 361
Mini-Project 2: Dynamic Model of a Rotary Kiln
Savanna Logue, Tianbi Zhang, Matthias Ong
Mass flow rate
Bed
mb
Gas
mg
Temperature
Bed @ 0m
Tb
Gas @ 0m
Tg
Ambient
T
Bed @ 90m
Tb
HF @ 0m
Thf
8.78 kg/s
25.01 kg/s
15 C
584 C
15 C
1052 C
258 C
Heat Re
University of British Columbia
MTRL 382 Guided Design Report 1
Processing Design of of Alumina Ceramic
for Armours and Lamp Envelopes
Professor: Dr. Tom Troczynski
T. Zhang (21565149, C) , E. Z. Garofalo (33032146) , M. Guld (23788145)
S. Logue (19954149)
Savanna Logue
Student #19954149
MTRL 361 Assignment 2
NOTE: The trendline should be a 9th degree polynomial, but my ver
NOTE: source for water vapour - http:/intro.chem.okstate.edu/151
mial, but my version of excel can only do up to the 6th degree, so I d
MTRL 460 MOMP
MTRL 460 MOMP Tutorial 3 (15%): T3A(2%)+T3B(5%)+T3C(8%)
Tutorial 3A Th Nov 12 (2%): Introduction to Designed Experiments - Experiment on Yourself
The three parts of the Tutorial 3 [20%] include T3A (2%), T3B (5%), and T3C (8%); they focus on
MTRL460 MOMP Module 3
Design of Experiments
for Materials Processing and Optimization
REVIEW
MTRL 460 MOMP
1
MOMP in 3 Steps
1. Process
Monitoring
2. Process
Stabilization
3. Process
Optimization
Step 1: Process / Properties Monitoring (M1,2)
- Collect th
MTRL460MOMP M3:DX
MOMP Module 3 Design of Experiments (DX, DOE)
MOMP in 3 Steps
1. Process
Monitoring
.
2. Process
Stabilization
3. Process
Optimization
Step 1: Process / Properties Monitoring (M1)
- Collect the samples
- Perform the measurements; assess
MTRL 460 MOMP
MTRL 460 MOMP Tutorial 3B (5%)
Design of Experiments - Fractional Factorials for Variables Screening
The two tutorials Tut3B,C run in-class and out-of-class for the remaining sessions of the term. Each team will work on a
separate Task ("sce
MTRL460-Tutorial 3BC Procedures and Examples
MTRL 460 Tutorial 3B (5%)
MTRL 460 MOMP Tutorials 3B,C
Example of DX + LABSIM
Procedures for Tutorials 3B,C
1. The scenario
Defines the seven variables X1 to X7, and their
allowed ranges controlling the process
SPC and
Process Capability
M2-L3 October 27th, 2015
UBC MTRL 460
Objectives
SPC and Control Chart Review
I-MR and Control Charts
Average run length (ARL) and Operating-Characteristic
Function
Process Capability
UBC MTRL 460
Process Dynamics: IN-Control
THE PHYSICS OF FOOTBALL
James Burrows
MTRL 390
Overview
Introduction/ History
Free Kicks
Mechanics
Example
Conclusion
Questions
Introduction
Earliest form known as Cuju in
Ancient China
Spread to Europe during Medieval
period
Became popular in schools/
MTRL 460 Tut 2A: Process Dynamics and Process
Control (5%)
TEAM PERFORMING THE TUTORIAL: Team # _Report for Tut2A,
B, & C; Due Date: Mon Nov. 9 11:59 pm
Part 1: Calculating an ODE (Ordinary Differential Equation) solution by hand with Euler's method can b
MTRL 489 Seminar
Faculty Instructors: B Wassink
Objectives:
To begin to develop skills in giving good
technical presentations (392/489).
To continue to develop your skills in
giving technical presentations (489).
To learn to be a good critic and how to
c
MTRL 389/390/489 Seminar Courses
Examples of some presentations and analysis
The purpose of this material is to give students access to some video presentations
in order to get some pointers on giving good presentations. In order to benefit from this,
stu
Comments on The Physics of Football
This presentation was given in March, 2009 for the MTRL 390 seminar course. It
is a good example of a technical presentation, bringing in the important and relevant
science/engineering principles.
Often students give hi
ACADEMIC MISCONDUCT, GUIDELINES FOR ASSESSMENT OF
ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND EXAM POLICIES IN MTRL
Academic misconduct
Academic misconduct is defined by UBC policy, see:
http:/www.grad.ubc.ca/faculty-staff/policies-procedures/academic-misconduct
There is ze
MTRL 455
Solvent Extraction for Metals Recovery
for non-process engineers!
Fundamental Process
metals dissolved in water become metals dissolved in
kerosene, then
metals dissolved in kerosene transfer back to water
Why do we want to do this?
separate some
Chapter3
InterestandEquivalence
Learning Objectives
Time value of money
Simple and compound interest
Equivalence
Single payment compound interest
formulas
Nominal and effective interest rates
Continuously compounded interest
Time Value of Money
What would
contingency
an allowance for items not identified in the
budget or estimate, but known based on past
experience to arise
not a safety factor
is a budgetary item and is expected to be
spent
amount decreases as the certainty of the cost
estimates increases
Scheduling
Critical Path Economy
1
Wikipedia, in talking about project management,
refers to the triple constraints under which
project managers must function:
scope
time
cost
each of these serves to limit what can be done
to achieve a particular objectiv
Chapter1
MakingEconomic
Decisions
Learning Objectives
Simple and complex problems
Role and purpose of engineering economic
analysis
Nine steps of the economic decisionmaking process
Economic criteria for different types of
problems
Common ethical issues i
Study activities:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Mass and energy balances to determine the relative
flows in the plant
Calculate flows based on nominal plant capacity
Size equipment based on flows and design criteria
derived from testing and experience
Assemble
if the annual costs were not constant, each
alternative could be analyzed by the internal rate
of return method, presented previously.
when the economic lives of projects being
compared are not equal, the analysis is more
difficult.
if you select a short
Mortgage Calculation
SEMI-ANNUAL RATE
0.0329 pacsa
ANNUAL RATE
0.0331706025 paca
MONTHLY RATE
0.0027230616 pmcm
NO OF YEARS
15
No of Months
180
PRINCIPAL
$400,000.00
Month
Payment Principal
Interest Paid Principal Paid
1 $2,814.11
$400,000.00
$1,089.22
$1