Principles of Solar Engineering Homework help
Find the instantaneous solar radiation at 12:00 noon EST on a solar collector surface (β = 30°, aw = +10°) on February 1 in Tampa, Florida.
Find the solar altitude and azimuth angles in Tocumen (Panamá) on (a) June 1 at 7 a.m. and (b) December 1 at 2 p.m. Also find the sunrise and sunset times on these days.
Assessment Length: Maximum 4000 words for report, 4 to 5 drawings in total & 5 minutes
Simulate a Fixed-ring consolidation test on a clay sample for both loading and unloading stages using Geostudio Sigma/W package. Assume the following.
Sample diameter: 75 mm
Sample Height: 20 mm
Bulk Unit weight of the sample: 19 kN/m3
Cohesion: 40 kPa
Internal Friction angle: 24?
Dilation angle: 0?
Module of Elasticity (E): 10 MPa
Poisson Ratio: 0.334
Permeability in the saturated condition: 1E-12 m/sec
Loading stages: Day 1: 12.5 kPa, Day 2: 25, Day 3: 50 kPa, Day 4: 100 kPa, Day 5:
Unloading stages: Day 6: 100 kPa. Day 7: 50 kPa, Day 8: 25 kPa
Engineering Selector (CESEdupack 2018) Software
CES software is a tool designed to aid in the process of materials and manufacturing process selection. To this end it can be used as:
(i) a database of information on materials and processes
Covered in Year 1 (EAT104)
(ii) a selection tool for materials and/or processes
CES is a powerful tool in helping to choose the most appropriate materials and manufacturing processes for engineering components. In this module (EAT 227), we are going to concentrate on process selection. Next year, in the module EAT341/342, we will turn our attention to materials selection.
You have been working as an airport security specialist for a multi-national company providing airport planning & operation services worldwide, and have been tasked to:
A. Conduct a comprehensive study on the management of aviation security incidents.
B. Prepare a detailed breakdown of the threats and controls using the Bowtie Analysis method.
You are required to research and develop your own case study material for this assignment following the supply chain structure (suppliers, manufacturers, distribution centres and retailers) provided in Figure 1 below. The case study is restricted to any one of the following industries: textile, furniture, fast moving consumer goods or automotive industries.
Where a full case study or parts of the case study are being compiled from published secondary material, you are required to reference this appropriately using the APA6 referencing style.