- Third MAE 5083 Test Fri, Dec. 2, 2005
- Combustion versus Fuel Cells: Consider the combination of hydrogen and oxygen
- UNDAMPED FREE and static deflection
- Brayton Cycles: From the ...rst law, the maximum transfers for component SSSF control volumes are
- Problem 2.67: A gas undergoes a process from State 1, where p1 = 60 lbf/in2 & v1 = 6:0 ft3
- Problem 9-4: The energy produced (and captured as heat) is about 200 MeV per atomic fission (pp. 365--366). Using Avogadro's number (page 356)
- MAE 3223 Thermodynamics II. Solutions for Special Problems on Exergy, the Availability of work, Chapter 7
- Problem 16.6: Write a simple program to find the response of an undamped system to a square pulse, for several different values of nt1. Identify the maxi-
- Practice Problems Moran & Shapiro, 5th Edition
- Practice Problems Moran & Shapiro, 5th Edition
- Solution for Problem 3.21: Similarly to Example 3.6, we tabulate and take dierences (written here on intermediate lines)
- Problem 9.127: Air at 3:4 bar (340 KPa), 530 K (257o C), and a Mach number
- Review for Midterm: Topics covered in class and practiced on homework in-Taylor series of dierentiable functions f (x) for the neighborhood of x =
- For Thursday, Nov. 18, 2004: Plot the response of the van der Pol Equation on the Phase Plane
- Simple Systems Chapter 1
- For Thursday, Nov. 4, 2004: Problem 1 on page 307f, using Euler's Method (pp. 247-251) only.
- FORMULATION OF TRANSLATIONAL
- Diesel Cycle: Since we use a Closed System, the work and heat transfers are calculated from changes in internal energy u
- Exercise Set 11.1.6a P.M. Moretti, Instructor
- Combustion: What is the Lower Heating Value (LHV) of Propane? Before we start: how reasonable is the use of the LHV? What is the dewpoint of the reaction products?
- Problem 3.12: Find the moment of inertia of a two-pound yardstick when it pivots at the x-inch marking ...
- 1 The Second Law Starting only from the three simple premises that
- FORMULATION OF ROTATIONAL SYSTEMS
- Problem : Given a solid cylinder of mass M and radius R, supported in a sling or web wrapped around the bottom 180 degrees of the cylinder, and attached to
- Problem 22.4: Find the mass matrix [M] for a "boxcar" system with three identical masses M, and four identical springs k, each with mass m. Solve for
- Tension in Fluttering Flags P.M. Moretti, Ph.D., P.E., Mem.ASME
- Problem 22.x: A gravity-loaded roller of radius R and mass m, called a "dancer," is supported vertically by a web loop. Since the vertical web spans
- Acoustics MAE 5083 Notes P.M. Moretti
- Acoustics MAE 5083 Notes P.M. Moretti
- Acoustics MAE 5083 Notes P.M. Moretti
- MAE 5233 Note: P.M. Moretti
- Lecture Date Day Tentative Topic Homework Assignment 2 25-Aug W 1.3 -1.4
- Extra Problems Moran & Shapiro, 5th Edition
- S.I. Units: In mks metric units, length is measured in meters (m), mass in kilograms (kg), and time in seconds (s). Force is measured in Newtons (N),
- Problem 1.12: An object whose mass is 10 kg weighs 95 N. Determine (a.) the local acceleration of gravity, in m/s2
- Problem 3.84: Determine the percent error in using the perfect-gas model to determine the speci...c volume of [vapor at dierent temperatures and pressures.]
- Chaos: the Lorenz equation A third-order non-linear differential equation, developed by Lorenz to de-
- MAE 3403 Midterm 28.Oct.2004
- Second MAE 3403 Quiz Nov. 30 to Dec. 2, 2004
- Moretti, 11/25/2003 Finite Elements
- P.M. Moretti, 30.Oct.2003 HW10 --Problem 7.9 from Robert W. Hornbeck Numerical Methods
- 30.Sept.2003 Solution for Practice Problem 4.12: As instructed, we tabulate and take
- Problem 5.22: The function f (t) = e 1:5t
- APPROXIMATIONS FOR DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS
- Problem 19.7: For the system shown below, find the characteristic matrix, the natural frequencies, the orientation of the principal coordinates, and the response
- Review Problem 1-6: Find the speci...c volume v of steam at p = 5000 psia and T = 1000 o
- MAE 4263 Vapor Power Systems Problem 2-17
- Powerplant Technology Problem 3-2: Fuel oils generally are a mix of components such as CnH2n+2 (see Table 4-4
- Problem 4-16: Gaseous propane (M = 44.097) at STP burns with air at 300o F (422 K), and produces
- Special Problem for Chapter 4: Compare the Lower Heating Values of different fuel gases per Standard Cubic Foot, recalling that
- Problem 7-3: The air enters with a dry-bulb temperature of 50 o F and, at 50% relative humidity, with a wet-
- Problem 6-6: The ideal Rankine cycle uses saturated steam, so it can't be at 1000 o F, since the critical
- Problem 6-7: The reference cycle from Problem 6-6 with a condenser pressure of 1.0 psia has the states p1 = 1000 psia
- Problem 8-3: Brayton Cycle in Figure 8-13 (page 324) operating at p1,4 = 14.696 psia
- Vapor Power Systems Third MAE 4263 Test
- Vapor Power Systems MAE 4263 Final Exam
- ENERGY METHODS FOR NATURAL FREQUENCY
- Exercise 18.1: The probability density of a steady sine-wave A sin !t is not bell-shaped, since it spends more time near the peaks than near x = 0; it extends
- Problem 1.30 in Moran & Shapiro Fundamentals of Engineering Thermody-namics 5th Edition
- Jan 26, 2005 MAE 4263 Vapor Power Systems
- Systems of Units Systems of units fall into three general categories (see Table 1. below)
- Kharab & Guenther Exercise Set 3.4, Prob. 12, page 57: Use Newton's method to ...nd the cube root x of a given number a
- Acoustics MAE 5083 Notes P.M. Moretti
- Thermo Review Prof. Moretti
- Problem 14-3: The power of constant velocity wind is (page 593) 32.174 lbm-ft
- Moran & Shapiro, 5th Edition Oct. 27 to Nov. 3, 2004
- Extra-Practice Thermo Problems Moran & Shapiro, 5th Edition
- Otto Cycle: The analysis of the processes is based on a Closed System--the "air" in the cylinder--so the work and "heat transfer" are obtained from
- Problem 10.2: Find a differential equation to describe the vertical bouncing of a car, if the suspension at each corner consists of a shock absorber inside a
- In Memoriam: Ranga Komanduri Ranga Komanduri, Regents Professor and A. H. Nelson, Jr.
- Faculty Position Mechanical Engineering -focus in Petroleum Drilling and Completions Oklahoma State University
- FACULTY POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT MECHANICAL AND AEROSPACE ENGINEERING