CE 561, Exam 1, October 30, 2009
This exam consists of 4 questions, some with multiple parts. You should be careful not to get stuck
on one part. If you do not know how to do a problem, move on and re
CE 561, Exam 1, November 7, 2008
This exam consists of 3 questions, each with multiple parts. You should be careful not to get stuck
on one part. If you do not know how to do a problem, move on and re
CE 561, Exam 1, October 30, 2009
This exam consists of 4 questions, some with multiple parts. You should be careful not to get stuck
on one part. If you do not know how to do a problem, move on and re
CE 561 Homework 5: (assigned 10/01/09, due 10/05/09)
(1)
Consider the reaction
AlHCl + H AlH + HCl
for which high-level quantum chemistry calculations have been used to compute the
energies and vibrat
CE 561, Exam 1, November 7, 2008
This exam consists of 3 questions, each with multiple parts. You should be careful not to get stuck
on one part. If you do not know how to do a problem, move on and re
CE 561 Lecture Notes
Fall 2009
Days 6 and 7: Sensitivity Analysis and Data Fitting to Extract Rate Parameters
Extracting rate parameters from concentration vs. time profiles
A common task in chemical
CE 561 Lecture Notes
Fall 2009
Day 12: Unimolecular Reactions and Pressure Dependent Rate Parameters
A unimolecular reaction is an elementary reaction that nominally involves only one reactant.
This c
CE 561, Exam 2, December 11, 2009
This exam consists of three questions, each with multiple parts. You should be careful not
to get stuck on one part. If you do not know how to do a problem, move on a
CE 561 Homework 6: (assigned 10/01/09, due 10/12/09)
(1)
Suppose we wanted to model the behavior of undergraduate students on a Saturday night
at Molly's Pub in the same way we have been modeling chem
CE 561 Homework 8: (assigned 10/19/09, due 10/26/09)
A proposed mechanism for the water-gas shift reaction on ferrochrome catalysts at high
temperatures is
H2O + S H2O-S
H2O-S HO-S-H
HO-S-H O-S + H2
C
Question 1
Estimates:
function beta = Assignement1_Estimates(C0H2,
C0Br2, C0HBr, t, CBr2)
%Class_7_Example_1_Estimates; CE 561, Fall 2017
%
betaGuess is a column vector containing the
base-10 logs of
CE 561 Lecture Notes
Fall 2009
Day 32: Review of the second half of the course
In this review, I have tried to identify the key points that you should understand from each
topic that we have covered i
function age_function_step (t,C)
% provide inputs
V = 0.5; %L
VFR = 2.0/60; % L/s
ntot = 0.425; %mol
% create a vector array that has all elements zeros initialy - a column vector
% calc the fraction
CE 500: Materials Principles
Lecture 12: Introduction to
Thermodynamics of Materials
Instructor: Haiqing Lin
322 Clemens Hall
10/10/2017
Project and Schedule
Presentation: 12/5 and 12/7 (last week of
CE 500: Materials Principles
Lecture 13: (1)Phase Equilibrium in One
Component System, (2)Behavior of
Gases and Solutions
Instructor: Hien Nguyen
322 Clemens Hall
10/12/2017
Review of Thermodynamics L
CE 561
Fall 2017
Class 12, 9/27/17
original version, 8/27/17
Agenda
Stability criteria for CSTR steady states
CSTR steady state stability analysis examples
Stability Criteria for CSTR Steady States
function a3q1(CA0,t,fA)
V = 0.1;
betaGuess = [0.05,0.005];
x = [CA0, t];
y = fA;
[beta, betaCI, rSquared] = FitNonLinSR (betaGuess, x, y , @PredictResponse ,
true)
k = beta
kCI = k*betaCI
function yPr
% CLASS 6 ACTIVITY 2
function activity6 (CA0, t, fA)
% Beta = slope of reaction i.e here it is k/V
% Here, intercept is zero.
V = 100/1000.; % L
nA0 = CA0*V;
nA = nA0.*(1-fA);
y = 1./nA - 1./nA0;
[ be
function Assignment_1_1
%Assignment_1_1 Calculations and plot for Problem 1 of Assignment 1
%
CE 561, Fall 2016
%
See the accompanying problem solution.
% Known quantities in consistent units
k2f = 1.
function a6q1(s,t,Patm,xi0,X)
%Class_14_Activity_1 Perform the calculations for Activity 1 from Class 14
%
CE 561, Fall 2016
%
s is the number of vibrational modes
% Known quantities
P = Patm.*760; %t
function Assignment_1_5
%Assignment_1_5 Performs the calculations for Problem 5 of Assignment 1
%
CE 561, Fall 2016
% Known constants and given quantities in consistent units
R_gas_E = 8.31446; % J/mo
function age_function_impulse (t,C)
% provide inputs
V = 0.5; %L
VFR = 2.0/60; % L/s
ntot = 0.425; %mol
% create a vector array that has all elements zeros initialy - a column vector
% calc the fracti
CE 561 Homework 3: (assigned 9/14/09, due 9/21/09)
Consider the reaction mechanism and (fictional) data for the decomposition of aluminum
chloride (AlCl3) in the presence of hydrogen (H2) that are giv