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SCR 101: Getting Ready for EPA 2010

SCR 101: Getting Ready for EPA 2010

SCR 101: Getting Ready for EPA 2010 Moderated by: Guest Host Steve Sturgess, Executive Editor, Heavy Duty Trucking Presented by: Educating the Trucking Industry on 2010 SCR Technology How we got here Technology Overview SCR’s impact Fuel Economy Driver Interface Engine Changes

By daniel_millan
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Open-Notes QUIZ TODAY

Open-Notes QUIZ TODAY

Open-Notes QUIZ TODAY. Over: Pressure, Fluids, Gas Laws. Gas Laws. Bellwork – When gas in a hot-air balloon is heated, does it become more dense or less dense ( why does the balloon rise? ). Gas Laws.

By jacob
(206 views)

CHE101 Gases Instructor: HbR

CHE101 Gases Instructor: HbR

CHE101 Gases Instructor: HbR. Elements that exist as gases at 25 0 C and 1 atmosphere. Physical Characteristics of Gases. Gases assume the volume and shape of their containers. Gases are the most compressible state of matter.

By jaden
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Chapter 13: Gases

Chapter 13: Gases

Chapter 13: Gases. Nature of gases. Assumptions of Kinetic-Molecular theory are based on four factors: Number of particles present Temperature Pressure Volume When one variable changes, it affects the other three. Boyle’s Law.

By elroy
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First Law of Thermodynamics

First Law of Thermodynamics

First Law of Thermodynamics. Michael Moats Met Eng 3620 Chapter 2. Thermodynamic Functions. To adequately describe the energy state of a system two terms are introduced Internal Energy, U Enthalpy, H Internal Energy related to the energy of a body. Example: Potential Energy

By kyrie
(150 views)

Heat Transfer Mechanisms

Heat Transfer Mechanisms

Chapter 18. First Law of Thermodynamics. Heat Transfer Mechanisms. Conduction Conduction is the transfer of heat from one substance to another by direct contact . Denser substances are better conductors. The direction of heat is always from the warmer to the colder substance.

By erma
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Devil physics The baddest class on campus IB Physics

Devil physics The baddest class on campus IB Physics

Devil physics The baddest class on campus IB Physics. Tsokos Lesson 5-4: Electric current and electric resistance. Reading Activity Questions?. Objectives. By the end of this class you should be able to: State the definition of electric current,

By khuyen
(129 views)

World Biomes

World Biomes

World Biomes. Biomes. Regions of the world with similar physical environments Named for most conspicuous types of vegetation Climate factors Rainfall (precipitation) Temperature Altitude Latitude Boundaries are indistinct. Six Major Biomes. Tropical Rain Forests Grassland

By vito
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Course SD 2225 Heat transfer by conduction in a 2D metallic plate

Course SD 2225 Heat transfer by conduction in a 2D metallic plate

Course SD 2225 Heat transfer by conduction in a 2D metallic plate. Pau Mallol, Georgios Spanopoulos, Alan Vargas KTH, April 2008. Physical Background. Heat transfer: thermal energy in transit due to a spatial temperature difference within/between media. Modes of heat transfer:.

By hagen
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Brief Overview of Hot Wire Anemometers

Brief Overview of Hot Wire Anemometers

Brief Overview of Hot Wire Anemometers. GE 330: Mechatronics Paul Kawka. What is an Anemometer?. Anemometer – measures gas speed Types rotating cup pitot static tube thermal (hot wire) also performs temperature measurement. Theory of Operation. Energy Balance

By barney
(258 views)

Section 06

Section 06

Section 06. General Concepts of Chemical Equilibrium. General Concepts: Chemical Equilibrium. Chemical Reactions: The Rate Concept aA + bB  cC + dD Rate f = k f [A] a [B] b Rate r = k r [C] c [D] d Rate f = Rate r k f [A] a [B] b = k r [C] c [D] d Molar Equilibrium Constant K

By kiandra
(179 views)

Chemical Equilibrium, Free Energy and Equilibrium By Engr. Asadullah Memon B.E (Petroleum & Natural Gas)

Chemical Equilibrium, Free Energy and Equilibrium By Engr. Asadullah Memon B.E (Petroleum & Natural Gas)

Chemical Equilibrium, Free Energy and Equilibrium By Engr. Asadullah Memon B.E (Petroleum & Natural Gas). The Concept of Equilibrium. Chemical equilibrium occurs when a reaction and its reverse reaction proceed at the same rate. The Concept of Equilibrium.

By vida
(185 views)

Boyle’s Law

Boyle’s Law

Boyle’s Law. The volume of a fixed mass of gas varies inversely with the pressure at constant temperature . PV = k P 1 V 1 = P 2 V 2. Episode 902. Kinetic Theory and Boyle’s Law. Pressure of a gas is caused by the molecules of the gas striking the walls of the container .

By kent
(258 views)

Solutions

Solutions

Solutions. Chemistry 111/112. Solution Formation. Solutions are homogeneous mixtures that may be solid, liquid or gaseous The composition of the solvent and solute determine whether a substance will dissolve Temperature Stirring Surface area. Saturation.

By jaron
(150 views)

Gas Laws

Gas Laws

Gas Laws. Lesson 2. Boyle’s Law. States that the volume of a given amount of gas held at a constant temperature varies inversely with the pressure. P 1 V 1 = P 2 V 2 Example problem

By pegeen
(155 views)

Phase Changes

Phase Changes

Phase Changes. How much energy does it take?. Changes in Phase. It takes energy to go from solid to liquid and liquid to gas. The change from one phase to another takes a little extra push of energy in order to get to that next phase. Energy Diagram for Phase Changes. Changes in Phase.

By jacqui
(118 views)

Jill Talhelm

Jill Talhelm

Classifying Animals!. Jill Talhelm. Home Page. There are six different classifications for animals. What are they? Once you have learned them all…. MAMMALS. BIRDS. FISH. REPTILES. AMPHIBIANS. INSECTS. Let’s Classify!. Mammals!. Orientation. Mammals.

By everly
(143 views)

States of Matter

States of Matter

By clyde
(48 views)

The Hive! (…and various colony activities)

The Hive! (…and various colony activities)

The Hive! (…and various colony activities). February 28, 2014. Inside Activities: Tending to Cells. Cell cleaning starts within a few hours of birth Prepares cells for eggs, pollen, and honey Remove debris and old cocoons Fresh wax or propolis (“bee glue”)

By wardah
(123 views)

Entry Task: March 22 Friday

Entry Task: March 22 Friday

Entry Task: March 22 Friday. Question: You can just write the variables. If the pressure in the balloon is 1 atm at 23C and it was placed in the oven with a temperature of 85C. What is the final pressure?. Agenda:. Discuss B, C, and G-L worksheet In-class worksheet on B, C, and G-L

By sera
(170 views)

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