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4434Cryogenic Engineering: Software Solutions: Part-I
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This is a free textbook from BookBoon.'This book, viz. Cryogenic Engineering: Softwaresolutions – Part-I focuses on solving problems in cryogenic engineering using software such as Engineering Equation Solver (EES), Mathcad and EXCEL. This book should be helpful to students, teachers and researchers when used in conjunction with any standard text book on this subject.According to National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), ‘Cryogenic temperature range’ generally refers to temperatures below -150 C i.e. 123 K. Cryogenic Engineering deals with production, storage, transfer and safe handling, measurement and utilization of cryogenic fluids.Applications of cryogenics are many and in diverse fields such as: Rocket propulsion, High energy Physics, Electronics, Medical, Food processing, Manufacturing processes etc.This book deals with two chapters, viz. Properties of cryogenic fluids and Properties of materials at low temperatures.Primarily, here we have a collection of information and data from various sources, the focus being on the data that will be useful for engineers to design cryogenic systems.'Modern Introductory Mechanics
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This is a free textbook from BookBoon.'“Modern Introductory Mechanics, Part I” is a one semester undergraduate textbook covering topics in classical mechanics at an intermediate level. The coverage is rigorous but concise and accessible, with an emphasis on concepts and mathematical techniques which are basic to most fields of physics. Some advanced topics such as chaos theory, Green functions, variational methods and scaling techniques are included. The book concludes with a presentation of Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanics and associated conservation laws. Many homework problems directly associated with the text are included.'STEMconnector
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STEMconnector® is both a resource and a service, designed to link "all things STEM" through a comprehensive website that connects national, state and local STEM entities. It contains information about over 6000 STEM-related organizations all 50 states and provides a newsletter as well as in-person and virtual meetings.Physics Simulations from cK-12 Foundation
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The nonprofit CK-12 Foundation has generated nearly 100 new, free-to-use, tablet and laptop-ready, HTML5-based, interactive physics simulations (SIMs).Physics SIMS are:Appropriate for middle school, high school, and introductory college level physicsBuilt upon everyday examples, not laboratory models.Aligned with Next Generation Science Standards, covering a full year of introductory physicsDriven by curiosityOpen-ended and interactiveResponsive and customizableEach simulation is tied to one or more concepts in the cK-12 library of learning modalities, including textbook content, videos, interactive practice problems, and other resources. Use of these simulations requires you to register for a free account; you can also link your use to your Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, or Google account. seguridad pasiva y seguridad activa en vehiculos automotrices
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Sistemas De Seguridad activa y pasiva en vehiculos automotrices ModernosSimulações em Engenharia Elétrica
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Simulações em Engenharia Elétrica is a collection of learning objects in the area of undergraduate Electrical Engineering. Each object addresses a topic and is made of a set of exercises to be solved online and in real time using Scilab (http://www.scilab.org/). Scilab, a free and open source software, has been integrated into the Institutional Repository & Learning Management System. Important information: this collection has many authors. William Barbosa and I are the organizers and two of the authors. Sistemas de Energia Elétrica
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Sistemas de Energia Elétrica is a collection that makes available learning objects in the area of planning, operation and market of electrical power systems. The collection contains videos and text files, and will be enhanced by software and spread sheets. It is in Opena Access.Designing walkable urban thoroughfares: a context sensitive approach
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ITE recommended practices to help cities plan more walkable cities.Perils For Pedestrians 199
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This video tells about the ITE Manual, the State Smart Initiative, Walk Steps and the book about how to make communities more walkable, and Walk to School Day. Applied Thermodynamics: Software Solutions Part-I (Gas Power cycles)
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This is a free book from BookBoon.'This is Part – I of the book: “Applied Thermodynamics: Software Solutions”.This is a logical continuation from the book “Basic Thermodynamics: Software Solutions”, published earlier.In this book, problems on ‘Gas power cycles’ are solved.Cycles dealt with are: Carnot cycle, Otto cycle (for petrol engines), Diesel and Dual combustion cycles (for Diesel engines) and Stirling cycle.Software used are: Mathcad, Engineering Equation Solver (EES), and The Expert System on Thermodynamics (TEST).An introduction to these softwares is given in Part-I of the free eBook “Basic Thermodynamics: Software Solutions”, published in five parts, which can be downloaded for free from www.bookboon.com.ContentGas Power CyclesDefinitions, Statements and Formulas used [1–6]Problems on Otto cycle (or, constant volume cycle)Problems on Diesel cycle (or, constant pressure cycle)Problems on Dual cycle (or, limited pressure cycle)Problems on Stirling cycleReferences'