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  • Momentum Conservation Lab Analysis

    As explained above, the governing equations of the gas mixture that include continuity, momentum and mass fraction of the components, are solved at first. Transient conservation equations are as follow: Mass conservation (1) (∂(ε(1-s)ρ_g))/∂t+∇.(ρ_g u ⃗_g )=S_m In this equation u ⃗_g is superficial velocity vector of gas mixture, which related to intrinsic fluid velocity U as following: (2) (u_g ) ⃗=ε(1-s)U ⃗ In the gas transfer channel, the porosity is equal one and the liquid water volume fraction…

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  • Elodea Lab

    1 Thermometer ● 1 Digital Timer ● Gas pressure sensor ● Logger Pro ● Vernier computer interface ● Laptop computer ● 2 Ring stands ● 2 utility clamps ● 3 400 ml Glass beakers ● 1 Small plastic shoe container ● 6 Sprigs of Elodea ● 1 Hot plate ● 1 Small plastic pan ● Ice to fill the pan ● DI Water Method First, turn the hot plate on to start the heating process, careful not to touch it after it is on. Power on the computer and connect the gas pressure sensor to the interface…

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  • How To Change Greenhouse Gases Essay

    Predicting surface temperature is nearly impossible. If it were possible to change greenhouse gases, it would be simple to calculate change in our temperature. If you were to change a single greenhouse gas, it would have an effect in other components. Efforts to change the system are known as “feedbacks”. Water is the most important and uncertain. Usually molecules remain in our atmosphere for hundreds of years, but water molecules only remain in the atmosphere for a few weeks. It is constantly…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Green Technology

    fossil fuels in the Second Industrial Revolution to renewable energy generation, technologies in sustainable and smart communities. This is why green technology has been implemented which brings innovative ideas to reduce global warming and greenhouse gas effects. 1.2 Definition of…

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  • Fossil Fuels Vs Renewable Energy

    modern technology and society, there are innumerable amounts of ways to fuel and support a population efficiently. Some of these innumerable ways include fossil fuels and renewable energy. Fossil fuels are defined as a natural fuel, such as coal or gas, formed in the geological past from the remains of living organisms. Renewable energy is defined as energy from a source that is not depleted when used, such as wind or solar power. Fossil fuels and renewable energy both provide energy in the form…

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  • Research Paper On Greenhouse Effect

    The Greenhouse Effect Most people recognize global warming, but fail to recognize what is really behind it. In addition, most people would also recognize the concept of the greenhouse effect, or at least some variation of it. The fact is that the greenhouse effect is what leads to global warming, but how does that happen? Let’s start with some historical analysis of the topic. The greenhouse effect (or at least a rough version) was originally thought of and recognized by Jean Baptiste Joseph…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Career In Diesel Engines

    the amount of diesel vehicles go up, the demand for technicians to work on them will raise as well. Not only do diesel engines interest me, but engines in general. So the time for me to pursue my career is perfect. I want to learn about diesels and gas engines the most I can. The University of Northwestern Ohio will give me all the experience I need, plus more. I have looked at a couple more options such as the Marines, and The College of Lincoln Technology,…

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  • Task Force's Adaptation To Global Climate Change

    more. The expected growth is highest in parts of the world that are vulnerable to hunger and adverse climate conditions…” 5 Solutions for these pressing issues through governmental intervention are being discussed internationally. As of now the “… noble intention of feeding the ever growing population has proven to be efficient in some parts of the world, until now it has failed - at the same time - to provide food security for many parts of the world”. 5 These perspectives are of major concern…

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  • Latent Heat Of Nitrogen Lab Report

    connected to a power supply was used to heat up liquid nitrogen. Measuring the current and resistance in the circuit gave the power supplied to the liquid nitrogen and measuring how long it took for a fixed amount of nitrogen gas to be produced gave the rate of evolution of nitrogen gas. Plotting the power against the rate of evolution and determining the gradient yielded the value of 188 ± 22 kJkg¯¹ for the latent heat of vaporisation of nitrogen. This is within the accepted value of 199 kJkg¯¹…

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  • Volatile Liquids Lab Report

    volatile liquids was utilized in this experiment to determine the molar masses of unknown volatile liquids by employing the ideal gas law in the course of vaporization and condensation of the liquids. This was done by taking measurements of volume, temperature, mass, and pressure throughout various steps of the experiement. These findings were then applied to the ideal gas law and molar masses were obtained. The experimental data found from the calculations were similar to the theoretical…

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