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An Assessment of Problem Solving Processes in Undergraduate Statics
Four well-articulated models that offer structured approaches to problem solving were identified in the engineering research literature. These models provided a conceptual base for the study reported here. Four...
The Problem of Groundwater and Wood Piles in Boston An Unending Need for Vigilant Surveillance
The stately row house buildings in many areas of Boston were founded on wood piles in the 1800s. Preservation of wood pile foundations requires that groundwater levels remain high enough to inundate the tops of wood...
Particle Transport, Deposition and Removal-From Research to Curriculum Development
Understanding particle transport, deposition and removal are of crucial importance to many technologies such as microelectronic, imaging and pharmaceutical industries. In addition, solving a number of environmental...
Why the Balance Principle Should Replace the Reynolds Transport Theorem
The finite control volume equations for mass, momentum, and energy are important topics in introductory fluids mechanics courses for engineering students. In most contemporary U. S. textbooks these equations are derived...
Investigating Impulse Loading Using Model Rocketry
A project is presented that uses experimentally determined thrust data for a commercial model rocket engine to investigate impulse loading relations. Certain model rocket engines approach impulse loading; completely...
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